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Reviews of Books Priced $10.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $10.99.

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Social Work

by Ian Dailey

"Social Work" is a thoughtful novel about self-understanding and the need to be understood by others. Thomas Duffy’s novel "Social Work" concerns the personal and professional relationship between a hospital therapist and her most... Read More

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The Freedom Building

by Benjamin Welton

"The Freedom Building" is a Kafkaesque, cerebral thriller that moves with purpose through its layered clues. In Martin Kendall’s thriller "The Freedom Building", an architect’s terrible case of amnesia has connections to terrorists... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

In Sue Loh’s extraordinary, fun, technology-centered novel, teenagers confront an intense hacking scheme. A computer hacking mystery reveals dark secrets in Sue Loh’s young adult novel, "Raven". Fireball and her computer genius... Read More

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Untamed Passions

by Carolina Ciucci

"Untamed Passions" is a captivating poetry collection that examines the dark side of love. Alain N’Dalla’s intriguing poetry collection "Untamed Passions" evokes dark fairy tales with its clever uses of language and rhymes. Comprised... Read More

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The Quest

by Delia Stanley

"The Quest" is an epic historical novel that centers on Lakota spirituality. In Charles Richard Latona’s absorbing novel "The Quest", a Lakota holy man takes on a new student and cares for the physical and spiritual health of his... Read More

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Beyond a Darkened Sky

by John M. Murray

"Beyond a Darkened Sky" begins its fantasy series in an endearing way, building to a epic showdown between good and evil. In Dana Alexander’s endearing fantasy "Beyond a Darkened Sky", a woman grows into her powers as she faces an epic... Read More

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Death's Drummer

by Danielle Ballantyne

A young soldier struggles to find peace and purpose in the aftermath of the American Civil War in Death’s Drummer. The dangers and delights of hunting for gold in post-Civil War America are explored in David S. Leonard’s historical... Read More

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