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Reviews of Books Priced $29.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $29.99.

Book Review

The Art of Make-Do Quilting

by Sarah White

Mary W. Kerr provides plenty of inspiration and tips for working with worn quilts and orphaned blocks in "The Art of Make-Do Quilting". Old quilts and unfinished blocks can often be found in antique and thrift stores, prompting quilters... Read More

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Closing the Confidence Gap

by Aimee Jodoin

"Closing the Confidence Gap" is an engaging and pragmatic career handbook for women in leadership roles. Kelli Thompson’s "Closing the Confidence Gap" is an insightful guide for women leaders who want to improve their leadership skills... Read More

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Hot Moon

by Matt Benzing

In the exciting alternate timeline of Alan Smale’s "Hot Moon": the Soviet Union beat the United States to the Moon; the Cold War went hot; the conflict spread to the Moon. This sets the foundation for a gripping tale of space warfare.... Read More

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(P)luck

by Michele Sharpe

"(P)luck" is a memorable story of the work of two brothers on some of the twentieth century’s most crucial public health and bioethics issues. Alfred and Blair Sadler’s memoir "(P)luck" is about their groundbreaking collaboration in... Read More

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The Sweet Life

by Karen Rigby

Restoration and reawakened dreams gather in Suzanne Woods Fisher’s Christian romance novel "The Sweet Life", as a once engaged couple works through their differences, and a mother-daughter team inspires change. When Kevin calls off his... Read More

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The Junction

by Peter Dabbene

Telling an emotional and fantastical story about love and loss, "The Junction" is a standout graphic novel. Lucas is still eleven years old when he reappears in town over a decade after his disappearance. He has not aged at all. His... Read More

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Dungeon Jest

by Joseph S. Pete

This loving homage to role-playing games is dialed-in, lighthearted, and knowledgeable, frolicking through familiar fantasy grounds with joy. In Andrew Snook’s interactive fantasy novel Dungeon Jest, a wondrous realm is reimagined in... Read More

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