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Reviews of Books Priced $27.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $27.99.

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Pivot Point

by John M. Murray

"Pivot Point" is an engaging near-future political thriller with a too plausible plot. In Clive Hallam’s thrilling "Pivot Point", a madman with a weapon of mass destruction is unleashed on a fragile area as global forces race to stop... Read More

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Nima

by Jessie Horness

Adam Popescu’s "Nima" is a heroine’s journey wherein the call to adventure is shaped by feminism as a choice. Set against the backdrop of Mount Everest, this portrait of a young Sherpa woman is a breathlessly climbing, thrillingly... Read More

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No Common War

by Susan Waggoner

Luke Salisbury’s stunning Civil War novel "No Common War" brings America’s bloodiest war to life through the eyes of a father, a son, and those who care about them. Mason Salisbury, a staunch abolitionist, has seen the cruelty of... Read More

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Children of the Shadows

by Delia Stanley

"Children of the Shadows" is a unique, emotionally stirring fantasy novel focused on faith and family. C. C. Uzoh’s "Children of the Shadows" is a suspenseful and dramatic fantasy novel that questions what people will sacrifice for... Read More

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Patriot or Traitor

by Rachel Jagareski

"Patriot or Traitor" reveals fascinating Elizabethan Walter Ralegh’s accomplishments as a teen soldier, inner-circle courtier, ethnographer/colonizer/pirate, and author. Anna Beer explains why Ralegh’s influence and fortune arced and... Read More

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Korea

by Matt Sutherland

The aftermath of the bloodbath that was World War II did not leave any of the victorious states much reason to be jubilant. Scarred and wary of each other, Russia, China, and the United States all maneuvered geopolitically to advance... Read More

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The Last Sword Maker

by John M. Murray

A terrifying vision of future warfare in the vein of Tom Clancy’s and Michael Crichton’s novels, Brian Nelson’s "The Last Sword Maker" follows a horrific outbreak in Tibet that proves to be a targeted weapons test—one that... Read More

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