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Reviews of Books Priced $13.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $13.95.

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Once Well Beloved

by Jeff Fleischer

For many small towns around the world, World War I was a seismic event, and the Canadian town of Merritt in British Columbia’s Nicola Valley is a prime example. A town that even today only has a few thousand residents lost forty-four... Read More

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Fourth Trait

by Aimee Jodoin

A fascinating future world is the setting for "Fourth Trait", a supernatural science fiction tale. Benjamin A. Bryan’s science fiction thriller "Fourth Trait" is action-packed, emotional, and powered by psychic characters. Many years... Read More

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The Moonstoners

by Mari Carlson

Barbara J. Dzikowski’s "The Moonstoners" explores love in unsettled, complicated times. The Trudeau, Ziemny, and Chavis families first collide when Noel Trudeau meets Ricky Ziemny after art class. While Theckla and Freddie Chavis care... Read More

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The Purple World

by Laura Leavitt

"The Purple World" is a powerful and insightful text that forwards suggestions for common sense health care reform. Joseph Q. Jarvis’s personalized "The Purple World" focuses on health care and navigates partisan lines with skill,... Read More

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All Those Tears We Can't See

by Claire Foster

All Those Tears We Can’t See is a dramatic, cross-cultural coming-of-age novel set between two very different worlds. In Gita Audhya’s passionate multigenerational drama All Those Tears We Can’t See, a young woman navigates the... Read More

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Skull and Pestle

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Skull and Pestle", edited by Kate Wolford, gathers seven short stories that revive Baba Yaga’s legend, alternately retelling her original tale or transporting her through time and space to unexpected places. Women find Baba Yaga in... Read More

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Crude Angel

by Matt Sutherland

Angels, however crude, fear a few places, according to E. M. Foster, but the same cannot be said of poets. Boundlessly curious, no subject is off limits for bards like Suzanne Cleary to tread. New Yorker Cleary earned her Pushcart Prize... Read More

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Jackson's Story

by Carol Davala

Jackson’s Story is a gentle, insightful story with a valuable lesson for any family considering pet adoption. Elizabeth Baker’s Jackson’s Story is a heartwarming picture book in which a frisky pup experiences kindness, then neglect... Read More

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