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Book blurb: Lendercide by Allen Madding

Whose turn will it be next? In her work as a loan processor at Sunshine City Bank in Saint Petersburg, Colleen Smithwick has always found it hard to cope with the increasing pressures of work–suffering myopic and tyrannical loan officers…
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Everybody Don Kolomental by Tolu’ A. Akinyemi

A poignant collection that captures both the raw sorrows and joys of human existence… Akinyemi weaves his exuberant latest collection of poems around the themes of depression and mental health problems. With candor and verve, he captures the pain of…
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The Stagsblood Prince (Book One of the Stagsblood Trilogy) by Gideon E. Wood

Un-put-downable… Wood introduces a troubled hero torn between duty and self in this impressive gay fantasy, the first in the Stagsblood Trilogy. Tel, the ruggedly handsome crown prince of Feigh, has negotiated an end to the war between his country…
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The Cardiff Giant (The Enigma Quartet) by Larry Lockridge

Original, satisfying… A stunning feat. Lockridge’s rollicking latest dissects the aboriginal community in the Cooperstown, New York, as an investigative journalist arrives in town to look into the disappearance of a gigantic human figure. Jack Thrasher, the investigative reporter for…
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A Witherston Murder Mystery Series by Betty Jean Craige

Griping and enthralling… A beautifully spun whodunit series. Craige, Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature, who has written books in the fields of literature, history of ideas, politics, ecology, and art, turns her talent to mystery in this charming whodunit series…
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Joyous Lies by Margaret Ann Spence

Riveting, gripping, and psychologically nuanced… Replete with drama and taut with suspense, this splendid, beautifully written tale by Spence explores relationships, family ties, and the sudden, destructive power, the long-buried secrets and lies hold on enduring bonds and evolving relationships.…
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Black Chaos by James Pack

Candid and lingering… A compelling collection. Passionate and profound, Pack’s soulful collection of thirty poems takes the reader on a ride into the wild abandonment and chaos of a depressed mind as it embarks on a journey of self-love and…
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the sunflower project by unLYSHed

Sincere and candid… Reflecting on love, loss, betrayal, grief, healing, and acceptance, unLYSHed chronicles the various phases of life in a series of deeply felt poems in her impressive debut. Ranging in emotions, the poems cover different stages of life—sowing,…
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The Bifurcation of Dungsten Crease by Richard Hacker

A story that’s thrillingly original and cleverly ingenious and will enthrall fans of finely constructed SF... Weird things are happening with Dungsten Crease—he has resurrected his neighbor’s dog, is arrested by TSA for carrying a weapon which never existed, and…
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Mia the Manatee by Georgina George (Author), Karlina Vivi (Illustrator)

Brilliantly insightful, extraordinarily charming… Subtle and yet spot on. Georgina George introduces a manatee protagonist who endears herself to readers right from the get-go in this charming exploration of gender identity, diversity, and tolerance. Mia is as adventurous as one…