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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.

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The Adventurists

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Richard Butner’s collection of speculative short stories "The Adventurists" includes puppeteers, a decades-old cat, and homicidal servants who operate in alternate realities. Grounded by concrete pop culture details, each strange... Read More

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Tiger Skin Rug

by Randi Hacker

In Joan Haig’s urban fantasy for young readers, three children help a creature fulfill a promise made long ago. Lal Patel is homesick for India. His father relocated their family to Scotland and installed them in an old house whose... Read More

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I Know You Love Me, Too

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In her debut novel-in-stories, "I Know You Love Me, Too", Amy Neswald threads the relationship between two sisters through fourteen linked stories to create a genre-bending experience. The half sisters, eight years apart in age, must... Read More

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Blood in the Water

by Ho Lin

True crime narratives that take place in small towns often reveal as much about the town as they do about the crime itself. Such is the case with the compelling "Blood in the Water", which concerns a death that rocked a Nova Scotia... Read More

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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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