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Reviews of Books Priced $15.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $15.99.

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The Penitent :Part II

by Jeremiah Rood

The Penitent: Part II is a thrilling religious fantasy set in a future when Jesus has been forgotten, but is about to come roaring back. A. Keith Carreiro’s exciting religious fantasy The Penitent: Part II imagines a world wherein... Read More

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God*s Will

by Danielle Ballantyne

Based on a true story, Matthew John Echan’s novel "God*s Will" probes religious fanaticism, and the suffering inflicted in its name. Fourteen-year-old Sam is told by his adoptive mother than he’s going to spend some time with his... Read More

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These Nameless Things

by Karen Rigby

In a purgatorial village that’s dwindled to nine members—all of whom were traumatized in a mountainous “city of suffering”—change is brewing. Shawn Smucker’s "These Nameless Things" is an enigmatic allegory on post-traumatic... Read More

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"Issues"

by Laura Leavitt

“Issues“ is a satisfying novel that handles love and betrayal through excellent foreshadowing and near-miss interactions. In Sharon St. John’s complex, fascinating novel “Issues“, betrayal and deception cross family lines; how... Read More

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Murder on the Mound

by Jason Miller

Filled with salacious intrigue and procedural details, "Murder on the Mound" is a fascinating murder mystery. In David Feldman’s mystery novel "Murder on the Mound", a major league baseball player is accused of murder; his college... Read More

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Cracking Nature's Code

by Hope Hills

Cracking Nature’s Code is a call to action that connects science with philosophy for the greater global good. Microbiologist JB Head’s scientific treatise Cracking Nature’s Code suggests relations between chaos and order to better... Read More

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The Ultra Betrayal

by John M. Murray

"The Ultra Betrayal" is a masterful historical spy thriller where morality pushes people to their breaking points. In Glenn Dyer’s espionage-drenched novel "The Ultra Betrayal", a missing Allied cryptographer puts the fate of the war... Read More

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