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Reviews of Books Priced $12.50

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $12.50.

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The Art of Dying

by Delia Stanley

"The Art of Dying" blends drama and horror for a disturbing and gripping thriller. In Derik Cavignano’s thrilling crime drama "The Art of Dying", a determined detective looks for an arrogant and cruel killer while dealing with gang... Read More

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Then I Came Home

by Joe Taylor

A Vietnam veteran tells the hard story of how he turned fear into gratitude and anger into the motivation to help himself and others. Sam Gaylord’s memoir, "Then I Came Home", is a story of hard luck and redemption. Gaylord reflects on... Read More

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by Eric Anderson

Joseph masterfully navigates the complexities of her world’s political landscape with a balance between character development and dramatic action. In "Resurrection", the exciting next volume in the Alterran Legacy series, Regina M.... Read More

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My Favorite Distraction

by Lynn Evarts

Not your run-of-the-mill erotica, this novel contains an aspect of mystery that complicates the plot. Katie is always running from something; right now, she’s running from her grandfather’s death. In this story of romance, author... Read More

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The Healthy Personality

by Barry Silverstein

John Kildahl, author of The Psychology of Speaking in Tongues (1972) and coauthor of two other books, writes that he intended "The Healthy Personality" to be “a handbook, a reference book, a textbook, something readable in a hammock,... Read More

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Colony Earth

by Emily Asad

Anne MacCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern details the effects of an advanced civilization that loses its technological edge due to nature’s unstoppable force. Jean Auel’s Clan of the Cave Bear offers rich details of the Upper... Read More

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The Lost Children of the World

by Melissa Wuske

Ernie Hasler’s "The Lost Children of the World" faces the harsh reality of people trafficking. The book also explores the far-reaching social devastation of violent conflicts. While rather deep in its goals and subject matter, at its... Read More

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