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Skyehag (The Torrport Diaries Book 2) by Bettyanne Twigg (Author), Albert Marsolais (Author)

An intricate, entertaining tale, both immediate and arrestingly absorbing. Elspeth MacLeod’s quest to save her clan from sinister enemies while fighting false charges of witchcraft propels the action in Marsolais and Twigg’s second installment in The Torrport Diaries series. It…
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The Magicians of Ysavar by Z.B. Lee

An entirely fresh and addicting tale… A young man learns what it means to be a true hero in Lee’s debut coming-of-age fantasy. Johan Finley has always dreamt of being a warrior, but when his arrogance and impulsive nature cost…
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The Silk Road (Lucy & Dee) by Kirsten Marion

A rip-roaring fantasy… Not to be missed. Marion’s fantastical middle grade fantasy is a deft mix of science, magic and intrigue, sending two best friends on a magical quest. Lucy and Dee are as opposite as they can be: Lucy…
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Legends on the Rise Series by Leigh Rose

Riveting… Page-turning… Filled with historical events, myths, and legends that haunt two families’ redemption, Rose’s Legends on the Rise series is a poignant, revealing period fiction about race and slavery in the colonial slave trade era. The first book begins…
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Finding Fae by El Holly

Thrillingly full of intrigue, magic, and emotion… Holly plunges readers into a complex tangle of magic and intrigue in her latest novel, a coming-of-age YA fantasy. Dumped by her boyfriend of ten months, seventeen-year-old Eevee is trying her best to…
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The Rape of Persephone by Monica Brillhart

An engrossing and fascinating gem of a book with love, passion, and intrigue inscribed on every page… Wrought with love, treachery, conspiracies, and hidden agendas, Brillhart’s debut novel, the first in the projected trilogy, is deeply engrossing and fascinating with…
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Captain Sedition: The Death of the Age of Reason by K. C. Fusaro

Intelligent and thrillingly engrossing… A page-turner. Fusaro traces the life of a young man struggling to find a balance between duty and loyalty in his series kicker in The Death of the Age of Reason series. 1774. New England is…
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Vivie’s Secret by Terry Lee Caruthers

Imaginatively crafted and gripping… Immensely satisfying historical tale. Caruthers’s stunning novel, a fictionalized tale of a real-life Hungarian refugee turned cat rescuer, deftly delves into courage, compassion, understanding, and human resilience. As the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 begins, 12-year-old Vivie…
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Falling in Love at The Cos by Jim Hamilton

Evocative and beautifully haunting… Hamilton’s playful and haunting slender Halloween romance explores true love, the real and metaphorical masks along with perception versus reality. Terrence Worthwell has just turned forty and has never been to a casino or flown on…
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How Did I Do That?: A Life of Risk and Reward by Bill Dutcher

Candid, gripping, original, and occasionally funny… Dutcher, the founder and chairman of Anadarko Minerals, Inc., an Oklahoma City independent oil and gas producing company and author of two books, chronicles his journey of surviving a turbulent boyhood and turning a…