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The Friends of Allan Renner by Dave J. Andrae

A cleverly constructed and deeply moving account that enthralls… Andrae debuts with this immersive and complex story, a fine blend of literary fiction and SF. The easy going and careless Allan Renner is approaching forty and currently living in Florida…
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As Good As Can Be by William A. Glass

An addictive, humorous tale about individual struggles and family drama… Glass’s deft novel paints a picture of the troubled life of his young protagonist who in the face of learning disability and his father’s harsh discipline develops a give-a-damn attitude…
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Satan’s Gold by Michael Ray Ewing

Fascinating, a very recommendable read… Pitting the disgraced ex-FBI agent Tyler Jackson against a clever criminal, Ewing’s expertly plotted, wholly engrossing conspiracy thriller is crammed with romantic entanglements, individual struggles, financial intrigue, and high-tech drama. Struggling to rebound from a…
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Whatever it takes by Heaton Wilson

A sharply-written, tension-filled mystery full of twists readers won’t see coming… Wilson combines a fast-paced plot with top-notch character development to create a brilliant police procedural in his latest installment in DCI Jane Birchfield. With her personal life in turmoil…
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The Lev Effect by Sheldon Greene

Smart, humorous, and socially conscious… Dazzling. Brilliantly detailed characters and subtle social observations mark Greene’s unassuming but powerful latest, sequel to the critically-acclaimed, Lost and Found. When Nudelman presented his idea of converting the little used retirement home to a…