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Mission Improbable: Vietnam

by Karen Rigby

In Nancy Nau Sullivan’s cozy mystery novel "Mission Improbable: Vietnam", two women in search of their families’ stories forge a sisterhood—and consider the human impacts of wars. Jean’s mother was Vietnamese, but Jean doesn’t... Read More

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Nostradamus Speaks Again™

by Vivian Turnbull

Nostradamus Speaks Again: Heaven Paradise is a spiritual guidebook with a diverse cast of narrators. Elisabeth Jorgensen’s Nostradamus Speaks Again: Heaven Paradise is a spiritual guidebook that’s written as a conversation between... Read More

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The Art of Symeon Shimin

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"The Art of Symeon Shimin" introduces and contextualizes the paintings of a great twentieth-century artist. A stunning introduction to the work of a sensitive, accomplished, and underlauded artist, "The Art of Symeon Shimin" includes... Read More

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The Griefmaker

by Karen Rigby

Set in a small Midwestern town, the novel "The Griefmaker" follows two men through their family trials. In George Gurley’s novel "The Griefmaker", a small town is polarized over plans for the local land. The Tenbrooks once owned a... Read More

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Mobilize Food!

by Matt Benzing

Both a history book and an environmental analysis, "Mobilize Food!" suggests a compelling way forward through the examples of the past. Eleanor Boyle’s environmentally conscious book "Mobilize Food!" is a provocative call to arms for... Read More

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Moonshine Revival

by Aimee Jodoin

"Moonshine Revival" is an eye-opening historical novel about the reverberations of the Civil War throughout the South. Set in the Reconstruction Era and after, Daniel Micko’s historical novel "Moonshine Revival" considers changing race... Read More

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