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Blind Man’s Labyrinth by Daryl Potter

A blazing story of survival, perseverance, and kinship… Set near the end of the Maccabean period in Israel, Potter’s follow up to critically acclaimed Keziah’s Song paints a rousing portrait of a young boy struggling to stay alive amidst the…
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Presence, the Play by William E. Jefferson

An entertaining and occasionally provocative allegorical tale… Jefferson lightly touches on myth, fantasy, and spirituality, crafting an allegorical tale of today’s America. Script, a playwright and monk, is content living on the Isle of Estillyen and working on his plays.…
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Project Onion (The Melville Consulting Series Book 1) by Karen Stensgaard

A riveting, impossible-to-put-down novel… Stensgaard kick starts her The Melville Consulting Series with this very clever, unpredictable genre mash-up tale. When Kat Jensen, an out-of-work internal auditor in New York City, joined her old friend’s secretive investigative firm, Melville Consulting,…
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Minor Corruption (Marc Edwards Mystery #10) by Don Gutteridge

A multilayered mystery lavishly studded with period details… An absolute page-turner. Gutteridge’s tenth outing in the Marc Edwards Mystery series features a tragic death of a teen girl and social scandal in Toronto in 1839. After an illegal abortion goes…
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The Great Cyprus Think Tank by Larry Lockridge

A whip-smart take on socio-political upheaval, individual struggles, and love… Set in the not-so-distant future, Lockridge’s humorous latest human drama, crossed with sharp political satire, makes for a compelling tale of literary fiction. Bart Beasley, the dejected Canadian author of…
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Steel by Kathleen Novak

Engaging, imaginative, and craftily executed… A stunner. Set in the 1920s, Novak’s gripping latest takes readers on a young Croatian couple’s journey to love and destruction. Tony Babic ́, the oldest son of Marie Babic ́and Jocco Babić, has always…
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(L)eavesdropping by Luke Ruggenberg

Provocative and thoughtful, if at times too wacky and strange… Familial relationships provide the backdrop for this hilarious, deeply entertaining collection of short stories from Ruggenberg. Ruggenberg’s honest, compassionate observations make “Our Garden” a poignant story of love and relationships…
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Onward, At Last…: A tome on behalf of our progeny by Kevin V Howard

A provocative, fascinating read… Howard discusses the roots of America’s socio-political, economic, and spiritual challenges, offering the many ways people can move forward in his debut. Divided into four parts, the book explores the concept of universal oneness while illuminating…
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Flight Time by Darcy Flynn

Exciting and alluring… A page-turning time-travel tale. Equal parts whimsical and adventure-packed, Flynn’s latest will entrance readers with its expert combination of SF, history, and intrigue. Sixteen-year-old Rylee Dean has grown up hearing about her grandfather Jaxon C. Scott’s stories.…