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Hardcover Books

Here are all of the hardcover books we've reviewed.

Book Review

70 Weeks Prophecy

by Jeremiah Rood

"70 Weeks Prophecy" is a wide-ranging exploration of the links between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Pedro C. Arceno Jr.’s intense "70 Weeks Prophecy" argues that Islam is the one true faith. This sprawling book begins its argument... Read More

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Reclaiming Our Own

by Joseph S. Pete

Grand sacrifices made to protect others dominate this action-packed thriller. In Christopher Irons’s thriller "Reclaiming Our Own", military veterans go against a child kidnapping ring. When his toddler nephew is kidnapped, Brett, a... Read More

Book Review

The Stars of Locust Ridge

by Alex Dailey

"The Stars of Locust Ridge" is an otherworldly novel about growing up and coming to terms with your family history. In Craig Moody’s engrossing coming-of-age story, "The Stars of Locust Ridge", a young girl strives to uncover her... Read More

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Little By Little

by Susan Waggoner

"Little By Little" is an inventive time travel story that captures the essence of disparate eras well. Dawn Davis’s "Little By Little" is an imaginative time travel tale that’s enlivened by realistic details. In 1929, in a shabby but... Read More

Book Review

Adriatic Allure

by Edith Wairimu

"Adriatic Allure" is a captivating mystery centered in the world of human trafficking. In Jane Golden’s thrilling mystery novel "Adriatic Allure", a human-trafficking gang kidnaps an unsuspecting young woman, causing her aunt to... Read More

Book Review

Prisoners of the Third Reich

by Benjamin Welton

"Prisoners of the Third Reich" views history through the experiences of a brave but normal man and his fellow soldiers who survived the horrors of the Nazi war machine. W. E. Welbourne’s historical biography "Prisoners of the Third... Read More

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