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Reviews of Books Priced $17.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $17.00.

Book Review

Man of the World

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The skies are seductive to a young man from the French countryside in Layne Maheu’s spellbinding historical novel "Man of the World". Auguste is the son of an apple farmer, for whom days replicate in calm form, in whom thrives a thirst... Read More

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New City Chronicles: Book I

by Aimee Jodoin

In Catching a Spider, the first book of a futuristic trilogy, a battle between powerful evil and humble-but-skilled good begins. The first book in E. L. Hendrix’s science fiction trilogy New City Chronicles, Catching a Spider, is a... Read More

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Infinity Closet

by Matt Sutherland

The author of Monster Colloquia and In the Herald of Improbable Misfortunes, Robert Campbell has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He earned an MFA in poetry from Murray State University and an MS in library science from the... Read More

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Spirits Abroad

by Eileen Gonzalez

Ghosts, dragons, and darker creatures populate the short stories of Zen Cho’s captivating collection "Spirits Abroad". In this book: spirits are everywhere. Some are friendly enough, while some go to horrific extremes to get what they... Read More

Book Review

These Americans

by Meg Nola

The crafted stories of Jyotsna Sreenivasan’s collection "These Americans" offer the perspectives of immigrant and native-born Indian Americans as they balance Indian culture with the expectations with American life. “Mirror” begins... Read More

Book Review

Don't Call It a Cult

by Claire Foster

Journalist Sarah Berman brings her signature gimlet eye and impeccable reporting to the story of the NXIVM women in Don’t Call It a Cult, a chilling true crime account. Convicted in 2019 of federal crimes including sex trafficking,... Read More

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Friends and Dark Shapes

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Kavita Bedford’s novel "Friends and Dark Shapes", a bereaved woman struggles to determine her place in the world. After her father’s death, a woman moves into a borderline questionable Sydney neighborhood with three housemates.... Read More

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