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Reviews of Books Priced $34.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $34.99.

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Living Within the Wild

by Rebecca Foster

Mother–daughter pair Kirsten and Mandy Dixon manages a set of family businesses in Alaska, including two lodges, a café, and a cooking school. Their cookbook, "Living Within the Wild", collects rustic yet elegant recipes that serve as... Read More

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Escapology

by Melissa Wuske

Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan’s "Escapology" is a showcase of rustic architecture and interior design. You may want to pack your bag—or even call a moving company—before you read this book. It will lure you away from modern,... Read More

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The Lottery Game

by Eileen Gonzalez

Poignant observations on aging punctuate the novel "The Lottery Game", in which good intentions lead to disaster. A mild-mannered retiree takes the fall in a tax evasion scheme in Gerard Shirar’s mystery novel "The Lottery Game". After... Read More

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A Little of This/A Lot of That

by Aimee Jodoin

Rich and expressive, the short stories in "A Little of This/A Lot of That" inspect the microcommunities of 1910s Jewish New York and a small Southern town. Robert Joseph Foley’s book of experimental short stories "A Little of This/A... Read More

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Taste of Tucson

by Rachel Jagareski

"Taste of Tucson" is creative in exploring the vibrant culture of the Arizona food capital. Designated as the first American City of Gastronomy by UNESCO in 2015, Tucson’s freewheeling blend of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican... Read More

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Supernatural Beings 1

by John M. Murray

Supernatural Beings 1: Hero and the Traitor is a character-driven urban fantasy in which magical and human forces clash. In Thierry Kouam’s fantastical Supernatural Beings 1: Hero and the Traitor, humanity’s fate hangs on the actions... Read More

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The Musician

by Delia Stanley

"The Musician" is an intimate novel that takes place in the spaces where art and madness overlap. In Douglas Gardham’s novel "The Musician", a gifted performer attempts to outrun his past, only to find it catching up with him when he... Read More

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Beeble's Story

by Delia Stanley

Beeble’s Story is a sweet animal tale narrated by a sentimental and beloved horse. Jill Cawsey’s Beeble’s Story is a love letter to equine culture and to the relationships developed between horses and humans. Beeble and Praze are... Read More

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