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Reviews of Books Priced $15.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $15.95.

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Disappeared and Found

by Julia Zouhar

In the mystery novel "Disappeared and Found", a young woman looks for answers about her past and ends up finding more than she bargained for. Kerry Reis’s mystery novel "Disappeared and Found" involves an adoption story that might... Read More

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A Peculiar Peace

by Karen Rigby

"A Peculiar Peace" is an adventure-filled historical romance set on a marriage of like minds. In Lori Hart Beninger’s historical novel, A Peculiar Peace, rising abolitionism and romance are set against a volatile antebellum backdrop.... Read More

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Take Nothing

by Matt Sutherland

The poet and the naturalist view wilderness with a different set of lenses, ’tis true, but each discipline is much improved when informed by the other—as proven by Thoreau. Deborah Pope shifts back and forth as the moment calls for,... Read More

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Little Siberia

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A meteorite plunges from the sky, its impact stirring up a small Finnish community’s vices. This celestial act begins "Little Siberia", the latest engrossing title from snark noir master Antti Tuomainen. Who owns the heavens? If you... Read More

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Girls Lost

by Kristen Rabe

Self-identity, status, and gender are at the core of Girls Lost, Jessica Schiefauer’s bold and compelling story in which three teenage girls who are social outcasts transcend boundaries by temporarily transforming into boys. Kim, the... Read More

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I Know How This Ends

by Claire Foster

In 2020, as the first babies born after September 11th, 2001 graduate from high school, a special program brings together a generation of young adults with adults who watched the towers fall. "I Know How This Ends" is a time-bending... Read More

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Sea Change

by Jeremiah Rood

In Nancy Kress’s terrifying novel "Sea Change", a famine-stricken, near-future world has turned its back on science. In 2005, Renata’s life was normal. She was a student at Yale, worried about her difficult roommate and... Read More

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