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Wonder: In The Presence Of Infinity by Jon Trovato

Beautifully Illuminating… In this clear-eyed and intriguing collection, Trovato takes readers into a vivid cosmic world filled with life’s musings, questions, and wonder. The poems do not follow any strict rhyme scheme, and the writing feels immersive, offering readers an…
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FOUR-FLUSHER (Elijah Pike Book 1) by Mike Shellenbergar

A captivating tale that brings to life the sounds, smells, and tastes of the old West… Unique in style and delivery, Shellenbergar’s first installment in the Elijah Pike series brilliantly reflects the color and adventure of the wild, wild West…
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The Boy Behind the China Cabinet: A Memoir about Addiction, Hollywood, Mother Teresa and Me by Paul LaGreca

Uplifting and engrossing… In this intimate and entertaining debut, LaGreca shares his spiritual journey of finding his true calling while growing up in Bronx in a large Catholic Italian family and living through his oldest brother’s drug addiction. Being a…
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Some Laneys Died by Brooke Skipstone

Highly suspenseful and gripping… Skipstone returns with this first installment in the Skipping Sideways thrillers series which combines a dash of science fiction and quantum physics, a troubled yet fierce heroine, heart-pounding tension, and a mystery shocking enough to leave…
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A Feigned Madness by Tonya Mitchell

  Simply addictive… Set in 1890s, Mitchell’s meticulously-researched, gripping novel tells fictionalized account of the daredevil journalist Nellie Bly’s journey of breaking through the gender barriers as she sets on a path to unravel dark secrets of authorities at a…