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Reviews of Books Priced $14.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $14.00.

Book Review

Grounds for Divorce

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Remy Maisel’s light, charming novel "Grounds for Divorce", an outmatched paralegal attempts to solve the Israel-Palestine conflict in an unusual way. Emily, a dedicated underachiever who’s just been fired from an unpaid... Read More

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Twelfth Winter

by Vivian Turnbull

Rich with historical details, "Twelfth Winter" is a coming-of-age novel in which a boy navigates two different worlds. In J. Arthur Moore’s historical novel "Twelfth Winter", a boy adapts to a new life while holding on to his heritage.... Read More

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Tink and Wendy

by Nancy Powell

In Kelly Ann Jacobson’s dark, contemporary retelling of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell’s unrequited love leads to bitter tragedy. Tink is a squatter at the abandoned Darling homestead. Peter Pan and Wendy are long dead, and Tink is a ghost... Read More

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The Salt Fields

by Karen Rigby

In Stacy D. Flood’s brooding historical novel "The Salt Fields", a Black man migrates from the South and journeys inward toward reconciliation. In 1947, Minister boards the Dawn Lightning to flee the Carolinas, where his ancestors were... Read More

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Unfamous Men

by Ho Lin

In Jeff Gomez’s "Unfamous Men", two friends toil as migrant field workers in California, dreaming of a better life. One is hulking, loyal, and simple; the other is ambitious, quick-tempered, and bitter. It’s an open re-envisioning of... Read More

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Off The Well-Lit Path

by John M. Murray

With its focus on vengeance and other dark human tendencies, "Off The Well-Lit Path" is captivating. In M.S. Holm’s bleak thriller "Off The Well-Lit Path", a desperate father attempts to rescue his daughter. Bob Rugg and his daughter... Read More

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Look the Other Way

by Benjamin Welton

"Look the Other Way" is a moralistic screenplay about a common evil that packs a punch. In Michael Mohan Joshua and Patrick Foley’s "Look the Other Way", the horrors of domestic abuse and sexual assault are translated for the silver... Read More

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