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Reviews of Books Priced $14.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $14.99.

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District of Columbia

by John M. Murray

There’s depth to the story lines of the historical drama "District of Columbia", which moves quickly through a tumultuous period. In Jefferson Flanders’s thought-provoking novel "District of Columbia", a diplomat becomes a poet and... Read More

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Heart to Beat

by Edith Wairimu

"Heart to Beat" is a practical memoir about what it took to become a leading cardiac surgeon. Brian Lima’s inspiriting memoir "Heart to Beat" is about how he became a top heart surgeon. Growing up in New Jersey in a Cuban immigrant... Read More

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Decision Affirmed

by Benjamin Welton

"Decision Affirmed" is a draining but rewarding history of World War II in the Pacific. Clarence Vold’s "Decision Affirmed" concerns one of the most controversial decisions in modern history: that to drop two atomic bombs on Japan in... Read More

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Zero Percenters

by John M. Murray

"Zero Percenters" is philosophical science fiction—a novel take on what it means to be human. In Scott T. Grusky’s science fiction thriller "Zero Percenters", a young woman grapples with morality as humanity evolves into a digital... Read More

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After Olympus

by Eileen Gonzalez

"After Olympus" blends fact and fiction into a spellbinding novel about what’s real, what’s not, and who decides which is which. Four men devote their lives to changing the world in Santiago Xaman’s challenging novel, "After... Read More

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Breathing as Spiritual Practice

by Karen Rigby

On a ten-day retreat at a Benedictine monastery, Will Johnson explored breathing as a way to sense God. The result is "Breathing as Spiritual Practice", a personal wellness guide that takes an ecumenical view and encourages meditative... Read More

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Imaginary Affairs

by Delia Stanley

"Imaginary Affairs" is a champagne-filled romp that navigates love and lust with abandon. In Robin Arkus’s indulgent, humorous, and dramatic romance "Imaginary Affairs", a middle-aged woman looks for love after loss. After losing two... Read More

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