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Airliner Down

by Benjamin Welton

"Airliner Down" is a tight thriller, told with meticulous details and furious with action. John Etzil’s fast-paced and exhilarating thriller "Airliner Down" is not a book for those with aerophobia. Set aboard Flight 2262 as it flies... Read More

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The Broken Promise

by Renate Childs

"The Broken Promise" thoughtfully exemplifies the idea that freedom often comes at a price. Mabior P. Mach’s "The Broken Promise" is a sweeping and tragic tale that depicts the horrors of wartime, conflicts with tradition, and the... Read More

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to be to is to was

by Meredith Grahl Counts

"to be to is to was" is an anti-establishment collection of stories that goes from real to surreal, from Middle America to space rock operas, with its outrageous characters. Stephen C. Bird’s collection of short stories and vignettes... Read More

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Cigar Box Lithographs

by Susan Waggoner

Fully illustrated and packed with interesting details that shed light on the vanished Gilded Age, "Cigar Box Lithographs" is a delight at every turn. Charles J. Humber’s "Cigar Box Lithographs" is a highly entertaining illustrated book... Read More

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Slower

by Nancy Powell

"Slower" is creative superhero story, deft in its use of history and physics to make the implausible seem plausible. In Ted Shepherd’s coming-of-age novel "Slower", a teenager contends with the life-changing and history-changing... Read More

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Waging Justice

by Laura Leavitt

Through self-reflection and admissions of struggle, this memoir’s inspirational prose elevates the pursuit of the global good. Paul Zeitz’s memoir "Waging Justice" is about his career in epidemiology and lifetime pursuit of social... Read More

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