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Softcover Books

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

Book Review

Power Blind

by Joseph S. Pete

"Power Blind" is a compelling procedural novel; its story takes on the criminal justice system and the nature of power. V.S. Kemanis’s engrossing legal novel "Power Blind" follows a murder in New York City prior to the Covid-19... Read More

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by Jeana Jorgensen

Kirins: The Seer of Serone is a whimsical fantasy novel about the power of friendship and tradition. James Priest’s charming fantasy novel Kirins: The Seer of Serone depicts a resilient magical race grappling with the unforgiving world... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

"Aspirations" is an educational guide that will be a source of encouragement to photographers in the early stages of their own careers. Part memoir, part career guide, photographer Raymond J. Klein’s "Aspirations" aims to help aspiring... Read More

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Floridian Nights

by Karen Rigby

A gay widower contends with bereavement and new love in "Floridian Nights", Lance Ringel’s plaintive romance novel set during the late 1980s AIDS epidemic. At thirty-five, prickly, brooding Gary meets Rick, a twenty-two-year-old waiter... Read More

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The Road Home

by Mari Carlson

In the evocative novel "The Road Home", a traumatized woman starts the long process of belonging. Set in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, Laura Tonwe’s rich novel "The Road Home" is a story about healing. After college, Stephanie,... Read More

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Grounded Eagles

by John M. Murray

The informative, life-affirming historical novellas "Grounded Eagles" follow three RAF pilots who are forced out of the air during World War II. The historical novellas in Helena P. Schrader’s "Grounded Eagles" concern non-flying... Read More

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