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Earning It

by Karen Rigby

A former couple’s feelings are tested during a paradise vacation in the lighthearted romance novel "Earning It". Animosity turns to love in E. F. Dodd’s romance novel "Earning It", in which a woman reunites with her ex-boyfriend. Rae... Read More

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Full Circle

by Peter Dabbene

With knowing nods to classic Sherlock Holmes stories, "Full Circle" is a fun, fascinating Victorian-era novella. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, and Irene Adler fight for their survival as fictional creations born from the mind of Sir... Read More

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Muir's Gambit

by John M. Murray

Two men interrogate each other in the tense spy novel Muir’s Gambit, musing over espionage’s moral quandaries and costs. Opening with a succinct, explosive declaration—“Charlie March is dead”—Michael Frost Beckner’s taut... Read More

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Last Train to Danville

by Aimee Jodoin

While investigating a murder, colleagues at a detective agency muse through their motivations and personal connections in this insightful mystery novel. In R. M. Morgan’s exciting mystery novel "Last Train to Danville", a... Read More

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Crown Hunt

by Aimee Jodoin

In the fascinating adventure novel "Crown Hunt", a detective is torn between curiosity and greed during his investigation into the theft of Korean relics. In R. M. Morgan’s intriguing novel "Crown Hunt", a private detective works to... Read More

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Betwixt

by John M. Murray

In the Christian thriller "Betwixt", the stage is set for a generational war between Satan and human beings. In Ron W. Mumford’s fantasy novel "Betwixt", Satan’s forces amass, and the threat of a doomsday weapon looms. Wayne returned... Read More

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2084

by Ian Dailey

In the science fiction series opener "2084", human beings face a new kind of warfare, working to preserve the very spirit of their existence. In Kadon L. Peterson’s science fiction novel "2084", human beings can either submit to... Read More

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