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How’s That? Let’s Play Cricket (Action Illustration book for Rookie Readers) by Neil Nitin

Jaunty, insightful, and fun… Endearing from the get-go, Nitin’s fun, informative debut picture book introduces young readers to the game of cricket as two teams set on to play the game. Readers get acquainted with the game as players from…
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She Runs With Wolves (The Pogrom War #1) by Kimberly T. Hennessy

An enthralling debut… In this compelling dystopian, first in The Pogrom War series, Hennessy seamlessly blends fantasy and artificial intelligence to narrate the complex story of a young woman’s journey to freedom and self-discovery. The fierce Eira is determined to…
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Little Spirit (Waldwick) by Kenneth Linde

An enthralling tale of love, acceptance, and understanding… Set in contemporary Madison, Wisconsin, Linde’s second installment in the Waldwick series chronicles a young man’s coming-of-age journey as he navigates life’s ups and downs, learning about love, life, and liberty. Born…
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Redlined: A novel of Boston by Richard W. Wise

Improbable at time, but intriguing… Set in 1974, Wise’s crime thriller pits a Marine veteran against a plethora of powerful enemies. Owing to housing market crash, Jamaica Plain, a section of the Southwest Corridor in Boston has been redlined by…
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Life-Crude by Uche Nnochiri

Dark and intriguing… Nnochiri makes his foray into the world of urban fantasy with this fascinating tale about the war between good and evil. Idris Offor – locum has harbored a dark secret all his life until Lisa Spalding, a…