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Softcover Books

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

Book Review

The Watchman’s Son

by Cristina Stan

In the pleasant novel "The Watchman’s Son", an everyman works toward forgiveness and love. In R. J. Stachofsky’s reflective novel "The Watchman’s Son", a teenager travels the back roads of Oregon, searching for more. Jacob is a... Read More

Book Review

The Pruning

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A woman who longs for belonging navigates the perils of romance and religion in Ora Murphy’s engrossing novel. In Ora Murphy’s novel "The Pruning", a woman searches for love and religious belonging. Ruth, a single mom of three,... Read More

Book Review

Santa's First Stop

by Karen Rigby

Santa’s First Stop is an optimistic Christian picture book that blends two Christmas traditions together. In Cecelia Reynolds’s picture book, Santa’s First Stop, Santa visits Bethlehem. This picture book is focused on delivering... Read More

Book Review

The SCOTUS Affair

by John M. Murray

In the tight, twisting thriller "The SCOTUS Affair", an affable detective pursues the truth about a far-reaching political conspiracy. In Stephen L. Bruneau’s thrilling novel "The SCOTUS Affair", Detective Dimase Augustin returns to... Read More

Book Review

Throes

by Jill Beauchamp

"Throes" is an engrossing memoir in which a family member’s addiction rips apart many lives. Mary Dolor’s gripping memoir, "Throes", finds her grappling with her daughter’s drug addiction. This story of Dolor’s daughter... Read More

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