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An Ätman Visits Planet Earth: 250 million years of evolution by Robert H Brown

Original. Insightful, and reflective… Up to date, inclusive, and well-written, Brown’s SF novel is a fascinating overview of human evolution and the achievements of homo sapiens. Horatio, an Ätman from a distance planet, Ragnarök, documents 250 million years of Earth’s…
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Letter from Belleau Wood (Covington Chronicles, #7) by Mary Lou Cheatham

Highly engrossing… a full-bodied historical drama. Two people grapple with lost love and heartache in Cheatham’s expansive seventh installment in the Covington Chronicles set in the first World War era. Growing up, Trudy Cameron has always thought she would marry…
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Exordium (Tempus #1) by S.N. Jones

Ravishing… Jones conjures an immersive fantasy world in this excellent debut, the first in the Tempus series. Vita, a royal in the Kongeorn clan, is forced to take the command of her clan as their queen after a dark omen…
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The 13th Sign by Kate Warren

A highly entertaining blend of intrigue, daring escapades, and thrilling action… Revenge, treachery, and manipulation rule the day in Warren’s fascinating blend of SF, fantasy, and history. After receiving a mysterious book as a keepsake from an enigmatic stranger, Will…
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Bull City-In-Wonderland by Basia Gwiazdowska (Author), Mel R. Fisher (Author)

Playful, biting, and timely… Gwiazdowska and Fisher tell the story of three falsely accused polo players in this humorous political satire of systemic injustice, bureaucratic corruption, and human idiosyncrasies. Katazina Gold Gwiazda, the fast-talking Yankee lawyer and her law partner,…
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War Of The Heart: An Achim Jeffers Novel by Josiah Jay Starr

Suspenseful, thoroughly gripping… Starr smoothly fuses high action and sizzling romance in his thrilling latest installment in the Achim Jeffers series. Achim Jeffers doesn’t consider himself a hero or a savior. When his shadowy boss assigns him to expose a…
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Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures by Leon Stevens

A sweetly exotic collection filled with understanding, perception, melancholy, and hope… Stevens offers a glimpse into his visionary inner world in this beautiful collection of poems, prose, and short stories. Demonstrating a sharp wit, he keenly observes how perception shapes…
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It Happened in Silence by Karla M. Jay

A haunting tale of family, friendship, injustice, resilience, and hope… In her evocative latest, the award-winning Jay takes a fascinating look at the interplay of social upheavals in Georgia in early 1920s as she tells the story of a young…
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Resurrection: A Supernatural Downfall by Rob Lockett

Dark and intriguing… The bizarre and uncanny riff on mortality in Lockett’s engrossing debut supernatural thriller. Smart and practical Adam, a native Australian and global backpacker, is content for the time being to make a living as a bartender in…