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Reviews of Books Priced $20.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $20.99.

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Lucifer’s Gold

by Lisa Guidarini

"Lucifer’s Gold" is a smart, complex international spy thriller. Taut and spare, Robert W. Barker’s "Lucifer’s Gold" is an international espionage thrill ride. Peter Binder, a geologist whose background includes time as a SEAL and... Read More

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The Tome of Ding

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Tome of Ding" is an entertaining account of an interesting life. Terence Dingwall’s wry memoir "The Tome of Ding" collects amusing tales of globe-hopping and tinkering with vehicles. Covering Dingwall’s father’s World War II... Read More

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Passover

by Holly Jordan

"Passover" is a novel that powerfully reevaluates the evil choices individuals make, choices often disguised as solutions for the greater good. Jeff Yocum’s compelling novel "Passover" conveys the banality of evil and follows cycles of... Read More

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A Moment in Time

by Karen Rigby

"A Moment in Time" is a melancholy romance in which lost love has long-lasting impacts. In Lyn Marill’s tragic romance "A Moment in Time", a retired actress faces heartbreak and a lifetime of regret. Micaela has just been diagnosed... Read More

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The Watchers' War

by John M. Murray

The Watchers’ War is a deep, dynamic fantasy adventure with promise for its sequels. In John Montgomery’s high fantasy The Watchers’ War, an ancient evil threatens the land as a young man comes into his power. In a land filled with... Read More

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Blue Crystal

by Delia Stanley

"Blue Crystal" is a science fiction story about technology and power that questions humanity’s trust in government leadership. Mark Ridler’s science fiction drama "Blue Crystal" follows government scientists who are willing to risk... Read More

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The Protectors

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Protectors" is an engaging thriller that maintains suspense as characters are revealed to not be who they seem. In Jolynn Angelini’s intriguing novel "The Protectors", spouses, neighbors, and colleagues are not who they seem to... Read More

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