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Reviews of Books Priced $27.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $27.00.

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The Marmalade Diaries

by Meg Nola

Ben Aitken’s "The Marmalade Diaries", is about becoming housemates with a much older stranger during Britain’s second Covid-19 lockdown. Aitken met Winnie in October of 2020. Winnie’s children were concerned about their... Read More

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Public Faces, Secret Lives

by Meg Nola

Wendy L. Rouse’s historical survey "Public Faces, Secret Lives" reveals the LGBTQ+ side of the fight for women’s suffrage. Many suffragists, Rouse says, were “very queer”—a term that, in the book, extends to suffragists who... Read More

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Come As You Are

by Meg Nola

In Jennifer Haupt’s keen-edged, intimate novel "Come As You Are", an intense, imperfect bond yields to more expansive resilience. Skye and Zane first meet in 1987. Growing up in 1990s Seattle, they watch their offbeat city become an... Read More

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Burn Coast

by Aleena Ortiz

Dale Maharidge explores personal strife, land ownership, and American history in his mystery novel "Burn Coast". A writer and reporter from New York owns land on the California coast; his neighbors there are Likowski and Eddie. When... Read More

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My Father's Secret

by Delia Stanley

Based in truth, the thrilling novel My Father’s Secret involves history and the complicated aftermath of a terrorist attack. In Sean Patrick Dolan’s thriller My Father’s Secret, a distant father leaves behind a video tape revealing... Read More

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The Island of Missing Trees

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Elif Shafak’s "The Island of Missing Trees", a father and daughter reconnect after years of secrecy and a devastating loss. Ada has only ever known her parents: her father, Kostas, and her mother, Defne, who died. Her other... Read More

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