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Beyond the Ghetto Gates

by Karen Rigby

Though it is set in turbulent times, "Beyond the Ghetto Gates" is a timeless coming-of-age story. A teenager’s world is upturned as she’s pulled between her timeless desire and her sense of family duty in Michelle Cameron’s... Read More

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Slow-Cooked Thoughts

by Emily Webber

The eclectic entries of "Slow-Cooked Thoughts" prompt inquiry related to the value of art and the importance of maintaining respect for the natural world. "Slow-Cooked Thoughts" compiles Rohan de Soysa’s articles, lectures,... Read More

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Revenge of a Queen

by John M. Murray

"Revenge of a Queen" is a character-driven medieval fantasy focused on love and political intrigue. In Charlene Sponsel’s intense coming-of-age fantasy "Revenge of a Queen", a romance set in a medieval realm is tinged with magic. Cam... Read More

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An Improbable Spy

by Michelle Newby

"An Improbable Spy" is a cryptic thriller: nothing is as it seems, and no one is who they say they are. David Paul Collins’s timely historical spy novel "An Improbable Spy" has all the elements of a classic Cold War-era tale, as the... Read More

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