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The Site

by Delia Stanley

"The Site" is a mysterious science fiction novel in which investigators stumble on aliens and face deep ethical questions. In Carlos Valrand’s science fiction novel "The Site", a woman’s dreams of clandestine missions and alien... Read More

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Nothing to Declare

by Susan Waggoner

In Richard M. Ravin’s novel "Nothing to Declare", the bonds and boundaries of a friendship are tested by the swirling counterculture of the 1970s. When Jesse and Marty met in college, Jesse was an amiable, malleable art student; Marty... Read More

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Judgment at Alcatraz

by John M. Murray

In Dave Edlund’s breakneck thriller "Judgment at Alcatraz", a wandering ex-assassin becomes embroiled in a harrowing extremist plot to regain Native American lands. A peaceful protest group journeys to Alcatraz Island in the hopes of... Read More

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One Stupid Thing

by Klay Dyer

In the young adult mystery novel "One Stupid Thing", three teenagers believe they caused a fatal car accident on a Nantucket summer evening. Sophia, Trevor, and Jamie all have their lives change in dramatic ways after the accident. Their... Read More

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Brutus Nation 2

by John M. Murray

"Brutus Nation 2" is an action-packed and atmospheric dystopian thriller set in a corrupt society. In Kris Kyzer’s bombastic thriller Brutus Nation 2: Hammer of the Hogs, an ex-con incites violence in a capitalistic dystopia, while the... Read More

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Roots of Wood and Stone

by Karen Rigby

In Amanda Wen’s sensitive Christian novel Roots of Wood and Stone, a nineteenth-century diary draws a Kansas pair closer as they unearth personal pains. Sloane, the curator of the Sedgwick County Museum of History, is an adoptee, drawn... Read More

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The Orchard House

by Karen Rigby

Heidi Chiavaroli’s novel "The Orchard House" is a tribute to Louisa May Alcott, whose historic home and writing speak to women’s need for refuge. When she was a teenager, Taylor was adopted by the Bennett family, whose kindness she... Read More

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