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The Things We Do

by Charlene Oldham

"The Things We Do" is much more than a murder mystery; it’s an examination of what constitutes freedom and confinement. Kay Pfaltz’s unconventional murder mystery "The Things We Do" insightfully explores the motives behind murder and... Read More

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The Tell

by Aimee Jodoin

The day-to-day subtle tensions within relationships, which shift over time, propel the narrative forward. The ghosts of Linda I. Meyers’s family haunt her memoir, "The Tell", in which she searches for hints that reveal the true nature... Read More

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Rubik

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Rubik" is a novel of ghosts—those of memory, technology, relationships, emotion, and bodies—all of them permanently impermanent. Released into these terrains, characters disappear and reappear in strange ways or not at all, the... Read More

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Southern from Scratch

by Rachel Jagareski

Drawing from her Appalachian roots and degrees in nutrition, Ashley English’s "Southern from Scratch" shows how to stock your kitchen with whole-food goodness, from sweet treats in the freezer to sparkling jars of home-canned pickles.... Read More

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Karina

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

A compelling mix of New Age spiritualism and self-esteem primer, "Karina" overlays coming-of-age questions with magical insight. E. B. Mann’s allegorical novel "Karina" is a heartwarming story of transformation that takes an average... Read More

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Manual Automata

by Susan Waggoner

"Manual Automata" puts a human face on the seemingly inevitable transformation of humans into cyberhumans. Benyakir B. Horowitz’s dystopian fantasy novel "Manual Automata" ventures into the not-too-distant future to explore the... Read More

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