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Never to Forget: The Promise of Love by Carlos Alvarado

Compulsively readable…  Alvarado’s latest novel is an absorbing tale of one woman’s struggles against social injustice, first as a saboteur during the Costa Rican revolution, and later, as wife to an abusive husband. Defying the notion that girls can’t be…
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The Two Wolves (A Dying Truth Exposed, Book Three) by Marcus Abston

A compelling, meticulously researched, inspiring tale of family ties and courage… In Abston’s third installment in A Dying Truth Exposed series, Annabelle and her Cherokee family are forced to make daring choices to confront the past and fight for their…
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Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson

A heart-pounding, thrilling adventure… Set mainly in the British territories of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, Hendrickson’s latest novel is filled with action, bloodlust, treachery and valor. Born and raised on the pirate ship Red Witch, the lovely Brandy Erasmus…
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Letters of Understanding by Christopher J. Mooney

Fascinating, compelling, evocative… A spellbinding tale. Mooney visits the WWII era and the secretive world of Britain and Russia’s intelligence network in this immersive saga. Francis Kelly has always known his father David Kelly has written thousands of letters to…
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An Enemy Like Me by Teri M Brown

A poignant read—engrossing, reflective, and meaningful. Set against the backdrop of World War II, Brown’s immersive novel delves into the lives of three generations of a German American family. Growing up as a first-generation American in Ohio, Jacob Miller has…
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Bayview Boulevard by Fleury Mills Sommers

Creatively structured and thoughtfully executed… A stunning tale. A nineteenth-century fictional town, with its booming whaling industry forms the backdrop for Sommers’s poignant exploration of courage, determination, strength, and the bonds of love, friendship, and family. The scion of a…
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Livvy and the Enchanted Woodland by by Connie Lacy

Fast-paced and heartening… A deeply engrossing tale that will have readers hooked… Lacy beautifully weaves a tale of magic, intrigue, and romance in her latest novel. 1930. Rural Georgia. With the Great Depression wreaking havoc on people’s lives, Livvy’s family…
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The Quarryman’s Girl: A Novel by Melanie Forde

A captivating piece of historical fiction… Forde merges human drama and historical intrigue in her compelling latest novel. Rose Dowd is getting on in year. Her youngest son Vince helps her with her daily chores. But when her memory begins…
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The Throne of Osiris (A tale of Ancient Egypt) by Bolesław Prus ; Translated by Peter Meissner

Descriptive and highly readable… A rousing tale of tumult in ancient Egypt. Meissner’s translation of Bolesław Prus’s tale of ancient Egypt takes readers on a young prince’s journey to the throne. Egypt, circa 1100 BCE. Egypt’s priesthood has taken over…
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FEAR OF THE GUN by John Gerts

A compulsively readable and thoroughly immersive historical tale… A vivid setting, an authentic cast of memorable characters, and meticulous detail elevate Gerts’s latest, a historical novel set in the New Mexico and Arizona Territories in the mid-to-late nineteenth century. February…