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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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Waging Justice

by Laura Leavitt

Through self-reflection and admissions of struggle, this memoir’s inspirational prose elevates the pursuit of the global good. Paul Zeitz’s memoir "Waging Justice" is about his career in epidemiology and lifetime pursuit of social... Read More

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Swimming with Horses

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Oakland Ross’s "Swimming with Horses" is a multilayered adventure that is part mystery, part coming-of-age tale. The story vacillates between apartheid South Africa in 1962 and a small Ontario town a year later, when Hilary, a... Read More

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A Time to Remember

by Delia Stanley

"A Time to Remember" is a dramatic historical romance with endearing characters. Jan Hendrix’s engaging romance "A Time to Remember" follows star-crossed lovers as they navigate a postwar world, separated by society but always thinking... Read More

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Visions

by John M. Murray

"Visions" is a polished detective story centered on the cost of doing the right thing. S. T. McCrea’s captivating paranormal thriller, "Visions", pits a supernaturally gifted school teacher against the physical embodiment of evil. A... Read More

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Operation ARGUS

by Delia Stanley

This is a suspenseful tale whose descriptions of how military men reintegrate into civilian life are particularly authentic. Willy Mitchell’s dramatic suspense novel Operation Argus weaves true experiences and historic events into a... Read More

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Among the Clouds Above

by Susan Waggoner

"Among the Clouds Above" combines history, realism, and strong characters for a compelling war story. John Rhodes’s "Among the Clouds Above" is an intense, sharply observed WWII novel whose animate characters bring the air war against... Read More

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Pilgrimage

by Billie Rae Bates

"Pilgrimage" is a thoughtful novel that challenges its audience to think beyond religious hatred. It’s a long, peaceful journey of self-discovery on Spain’s famed El Camino de Santiago in "Pilgrimage", the latest installment of... Read More

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