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Reviews of Books Priced $16.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $16.00.

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Post-Mortem

by Matt Sutherland

While the rest of us mumble, look away, and generally avoid matters of consequence, poets seek no such cover. Indeed, Heather Altfeld and others of her inquisitive ilk lead the interrogation of a mad world. Winner of the Pablo Neruda... Read More

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If or When I Call

by Anna Maria Colivicchi

Will Johnson’s novel "If or When I Call" is a contemporary tale of addiction, love, and family, set in rural Missouri. Parker and Melinda fall in love one Christmas; seven years later, their son, Ben, is born. After becoming a father,... Read More

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The Seed Keeper

by Danielle Ballantyne

Told through the voices of strong, albeit fractured, women across generations, "The Seed Keeper" is a novel about legacies, generational trauma, and the inescapable call of one’s roots. Rosalie’s mother died when she was four. She... Read More

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To Calais, In Ordinary Time

by Kristine Morris

"To Calais, In Ordinary Time" is a brilliant novel set in medieval times. In it, a group of travelers races against the Black Death on a journey that leads each to an unexpected destination. In 1348, as the Black Death sweeps into... Read More

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Wound from the Mouth of a Wound

by Matt Sutherland

Interesting to note exactly who picks up the poetry pen. What life experience, what event, led to the decision? And did the poet even have a choice, or was poetry the last, best way to express what they knew hadn’t been expressed... Read More

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Vindicated

by Karen Rigby

Kathleen Williams Renk’s novel "Vindicated" reimagines Mary Shelley’s life through diary entries. At fourteen, Mary misses her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, who died while giving birth to her. So she adopts the mantle of a free... Read More

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Laurel Everywhere

by Karla Strand

With its themes of family, loss, sexuality, and self-discovery, Erin Moynihan’s "Laurel Everywhere" is a touching and quirky coming-of-age story. Laurel was named after the laurel bush, a nondescript plant that is found everywhere... Read More

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