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Book Review

The Last Temptation

by Leah Webster

In the mountains of Colorado, a newcomer witnesses as secrets and bodies accumulate in the satisfying mystery novel "The Last Temptation". A mystery unfolds in a small Colorado town in Amy O. Lewis’s thriller "The Last Temptation", the... Read More

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The Art of Forgiveness

by Kristine Morris

Full of wise counsel, "The Art of Forgiveness" is a faith-based self-help text about the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of letting go of the past. With elements of a memoir, Pamela Marshall’s emotive faith-based self-help... Read More

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A Portion of Malice

by John M. Murray

"A Portion of Malice" is an epic spiritual thriller in which a depressed journalist chronicles the fulfillment of a biblical prophecy. In Lloyd Jeffries’s religious thriller "A Portion of Malice", a journalist discovers an ancient plot... Read More

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The Beijing Blunder

by John M. Murray

An oil empire continues to grow in "The Beijing Blunder", a tense political thriller in which flawed people chase power with determination. In Jay Perin’s political thriller "The Beijing Blunder", the cold war between three families... Read More

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Miracle Times Two

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Miracle Times Two" is a lovely picture book in which a mother reassures her children that every adventure is guided by fate. In Mazzy Moore’s picture book "Miracle Times Two", a mother gives up her exciting life of travel and... Read More

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Accidental Sisters

by Michele Sharpe

"Accidental Sisters" is a tender memoir about adoption and about love within families, both biological and not. In "Accidental Sisters", Katherine Linn Caire’s uplifting memoir about finding her sister in middle age, coincidence and... Read More

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The Poachers of Immortality

by Joseph S. Pete

In the secret society-centered thriller "The Poachers of Immortality", adventurers abroad face new intrigues and dangers. In Ron Lamberson’s thriller "The Poachers of Immortality", an adventuresome group’s trip to Beijing is... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

"Rode" is a moving existential novel about personal identity and human connections. In J. Adams’s coming-of-age novel "Rode", a young man leaves the Southwest to explore his sexuality and to search for meaning. In the 1990s,... Read More

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