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October 3, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 3, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2017.

Book Review

Nobody Knows

by Delia Stanley

"Nobody Knows" is a faith-focused novel concerning the mistakes and accomplishments within an eventful life. In Larry Schneiderman’s generational drama "Nobody Knows", a conflicted family man deals with love affairs, illness, and his... Read More

Book Review

The House Always Wins

by Anita Lock

"The House Always Wins" is an attractive romance with a unique ghostly touch. A ghostly homeowner comes to the aid of a newly married couple in Brian Rouff’s hilarious novel, "The House Always Wins". Everything shifts quickly for... Read More

Book Review

The Shepherd's Calculus

by Amanda Adams

The novel thoroughly explores complex topics, including dated religious practices and systemic political corruption. Character-driven and fast-paced, The Shepherd’s Calculus by C. S. Farrelly is an explosive mystery thriller. The... Read More

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Where the Sun Shines Out

by Jon Arlan

This novel is as compelling as it is bitter, tragic, and heartrending. In the first gripping, gut-wrenching scenes of Kevin Catalano’s darkly beautiful "Where the Sun Shines Out", a kidnapping unfolds with clockwork efficiency and... Read More

Book Review

Beyond the Rice Fields

by Meg Nola

"Beyond the Rice Fields" demonstrates with omniscient sadness mankind’s ability to commit horrific acts. Naivo’s "Beyond the Rice Fields" follows the tumultuous history of nineteenth-century Madagascar and, more closely, the fated... Read More

Book Review

Swearing off Stars

by Amanda Adams

No relationship is easy to maintain, but this story is a heartfelt exploration of the ways in which relationships are absolutely necessary. Danielle M. Wong’s "Swearing off Stars" details the life of Lia Cole, an American studying... Read More

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