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Softcover Books

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

Book Review

A Peculiar Peace

by Karen Rigby

"A Peculiar Peace" is an adventure-filled historical romance set on a marriage of like minds. In Lori Hart Beninger’s historical novel, A Peculiar Peace, rising abolitionism and romance are set against a volatile antebellum backdrop.... Read More

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The Pinebox Vendetta

by Benjamin Welton

"The Pinebox Vendetta" is a genre-bending thriller about the world’s worst kind of people. Jeff Bond’s "The Pinebox Vendetta" is a political thriller about a reignited family feud, a cold case murder, and the American elite. The two... Read More

Book Review

Little Hugs

by George Hajjar

Concerned with personal and spiritual relationships, "Little Hugs" is an insightful, encouraging poetry collection. Raman Mander’s poetry collection "Little Hugs" concerns love, self-worth, and spirituality. These accessible poems tend... Read More

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13 Billion to One

by Susan Waggoner

"13 Billion to One" is an absorbing memoir about a windfall that leads to considerations of what really matters. Randy Rush’s engaging memoir "13 Billion to One" is about a win so big that the resultant money seemed inexhaustible. The... Read More

Book Review

The Dark That Dwells

by John M. Murray

"The Dark That Dwells" is a powerful start to a new space opera series. In Matt Digman and Ryan Roddy’s robust space opera, The Dark that Dwells, four strangers face their fears as the return of a dark entity looms. Human beings have... Read More

Book Review

Treasure of the Blue Whale

by Karen Rigby

In the masterful novel "Treasure of the Blue Whale", snowballing secrecy and lies are counterbalanced by genuine community warmth. In Steven Mayfield’s bracing literary caper, "Treasure of the Blue Whale", a coastal town experiences a... Read More

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Gretel and Zita

by Mari Carlson

"Gretel and Zita" is an eye-opening political saga concerned with the fates of bears and humans, too. A mountain bear upends a mayor’s burgeoning career in Jiannina Camillo’s novel "Gretel and Zita", which was inspired by true... Read More

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