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Hope Fulfilled by K Lumpkin

An edgy, intricately plotted psychological thriller… Lumpkin’s latest sequel in Covering all Wrong is a suspenseful and gripping novel about love, marriage, betrayal, manipulation, lies, and mental illness. For Elroy, life is good, especially as he is about to embark…
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Where Does LuLu Go? Come Explore With LuLu & Her Magical Unicorn by D.P. Thompson

A great help for calming children at bedtime presented in a fun, entertaining way…Thorough fun! A young girl astral travels to various magical realms in Thompson’s whimsy and entertaining debut chapter book. LuLu is not your average seven-year-old: she’s extra…
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The Oni’s Shamisen Book 9: The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow Boy by Claire Youmans

An immersive, satisfying read… Youmans’s ninth installment in her ambitious The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow Boy series is a carefully plotted, engrossing historical fantasy with plenty of twists and turns. Japan, 1877. The Satsuma Rebellion is contained, and the rebels…
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FLICKERING HEART by Tricia LaRochelle

A moving testimony to the enduring power of love… Love, trust, betrayal, and second chances are the themes of this wholly engaging NA romance by the debut author LaRochelle. It’s been six years since eighteen-year-old Sara Browne has lost her…
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The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy, Book 8: The Shadows of War by Claire Youmans

A sprawling, heady, engrossing tale… Azuki grapples with mysterious happenings, secrets, and the tumultuous meanings of what it means to stand for one’s family, friends, and nation in the eighth installment of Youmans’s addictive, layered historical fantasy series. Japan, 1877.…
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Medieval Mashup (Leigh’s Wheelie Adventures) by Charlene McIver

Full of heart, full of fun… Based on the true story of Leigh who was born with a severe physical disability​​​​​​, McIver’s heartwarming second installment in Leigh’s Wheelie Adventures follows Leigh and his friends as they prepare for their school’s…
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Them Days by Glenn P Booth

An exuberant, meticulously researched tale… Booth brings the early 1900s to life in this riveting story of family, love, determination, resilience, and survival. Born as the third consecutive girl in a poor Ukrainian homestead near Gimli is hard enough for…
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Relativity by Ben Adams

A layered, captivating exploration of love, self-discovery, and hope… This outstanding latest from Adams focuses on three middle-aged men’s journey to self-discovery. Harry Erickson has seen plenty of lows in his life, including watching his house burnt down to ashes,…
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Danger to Others by Martha Crites

A psychologically acute, outstanding mystery… Crites deftly balances flawless characterization, tight plotting, and keen psychological sense in her latest novel. A field evaluation gone wrong leading to a shooting is just the beginning of unexpected problems in psychiatric evaluator Grace…