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October 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 2019.

Book Review

The Next Election

by Delia Stanley

"The Next Election" marries love and government and exudes sensitivity and charm. Landon Wallace’s political romance "The Next Election" continues the story of star-crossed lovers who throw themselves into their work to avoid their... Read More

Book Review

Model City

by Matt Sutherland

North Korea fascinates a world bored with so many bland, decent-enough democracies. Cowered by the tubby tyrant Kim Jong-un, the nation’s 25 million citizens struggle to make do in a system that’s so handcuffed by sanctions, so... Read More

Book Review

Lost Feast

by Rachel Jagareski

Ironically, just as many of us have become passionate foodies who enjoy global edibles and markets that groan with produce, much of this Rabelaisian banquet has become endangered. In the edifying and entertaining "Lost Feast", Lenore... Read More

Book Review

What Goes Unseen

by Karen Rigby

In its absorbing passion for the weird and weirded out, "What Goes Unseen" is an entertaining short story collection. The seven stories of Sean Minster’s "What Goes Unseen" are inspired by philosophical speculations, folklore, and tall... Read More

Book Review

Purposeful Evolution

by Susan Waggoner

"Purposeful Evolution" is an interesting, science-based examination of life on Earth. Two dominant paths that lead to plant and animal evolution receive scrutiny in Ron Deming’s "Purposeful Evolution". Taking a scientific approach, the... Read More

Book Review

Water is Wider

by Emily Webber

In "Water is Wider", two women form an unexpected bond and redefine the meaning of family. Marie Green McKeon’s "Water is Wider" is an intimate novel in which a young girl and a middle-aged woman come into each other’s lives and form... Read More

Book Review

Reclaiming Our Own

by Joseph S. Pete

Grand sacrifices made to protect others dominate this action-packed thriller. In Christopher Irons’s thriller "Reclaiming Our Own", military veterans go against a child kidnapping ring. When his toddler nephew is kidnapped, Brett, a... Read More

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