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The Nine

by Charlene Oldham

School scandals and the fragile bond between a boy and his mother give "The Nine" wide-ranging appeal beyond its ivy-clad setting. Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg’s unique coming-of-age novel "The Nine" is set at an exclusive New England... Read More

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Robyn's Book of Poems

by Edith Wairimu

Robyn’s Book of Poems is a passionate collection whose verses focus on lighthearted, intimate topics. Robyn J. Court’s earnest collection Robyn’s Book of Poems balances moving and whimsical themes. Written on topics ranging from... Read More

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Gabriel’s Storm

by Mari Carlson

"Gabriel’s Storm" is a thoughtful coming-of-age story deftly set around a captivating crime plot. In Diego Hojraj’s "Gabriel’s Storm", a deadly revenge plot leads to deeper struggles for a gang of outsider teens. It’s 1983,... Read More

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A Moment in Time

by Karen Rigby

"A Moment in Time" is a melancholy romance in which lost love has long-lasting impacts. In Lyn Marill’s tragic romance "A Moment in Time", a retired actress faces heartbreak and a lifetime of regret. Micaela has just been diagnosed... Read More

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Love is a Rebellious Bird

by Mari Carlson

Elayne Klasson’s "Love is a Rebellious Bird" is an operatic, enduring, and subtle romance. Elayne Klasson’s artistic and compassionate novel "Love is a Rebellious Bird" focuses on a lifelong love affair. Judith and Elliot grow up in... Read More

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Blackbird Blues

by Susan Waggoner

The social and religious politics of the 1960s come to life in Jean K. Carney’s perceptive novel. Jean K. Carney’s novel "Blackbird Blues" brings 1960s America into sharp focus, exploring a number of period issues through the stories... Read More

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