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Reviews of Books Priced $19.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $19.95.

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Urban Disturbances

by Peter Dabbene

Inventive scenarios make the short stories collected in "Urban Disturbances" disturbing, disarming, and worthwhile. Bruce McDougall probes the undersides of city and suburban life in his short story collection "Urban Disturbances". These... Read More

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Midland

by Mari Carlson

"Midland" is a resounding, redemptive novel about healing from a tragedy. In Ross Breithaupt’s measured novel "Midland", a young man works to heal following his brother’s suicide. In the 1980s, ten years after his brother jumped to... Read More

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American Tapestry

by Eileen Gonzalez

"American Tapestry" mines family stories for an informative, down-to-earth trek through America’s past. Pat Speth Sherman explores two centuries of American history through the eyes of her ancestors in her generational biography... Read More

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The Blue Book of Nebo

by Elaine Chiew

Reminiscent of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, Manon Steffan Ros’s "The Blue Book of Nebo" is an elegant, elegiac novel that tempers the enormity of nuclear Armageddon with personal, intimate relationships. Rowenna and her... Read More

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Children of Dust

by Aimee Jodoin

In Marlin Barton’s historical novel "Children of Dust", a family struggles with the repercussions of the death of their newborn. In the 1880s in Alabama, Rafe has multiple families. He’s married to Melinda, with whom he has five... Read More

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The Upsetter Blog

by Jeff Fleischer

In Brett Marie’s novel The Upsetter Blog, Henry, a past-his-prime writer, sets out to chronicle the first tour of a talented but inexperienced band and its mercurial singer. Henry takes the assignment at the urging of his godson, who... Read More

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