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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

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The Loss of Innocence

by Peter Dabbene

Anna’s intimate poetry collection "The Loss of Innocence" is full of personal turmoil, reflection, and salvation. The semi-anonymity of the book’s authorship is critical to understanding its blunt and honest poems. They express... Read More

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Well of Living Water

by Edith Wairimu

"Well of Living Water" is a creative, thoughtful approach to the acts and teachings of Jesus. Sonia Coldicutt’s "Well of Living Water" is an imaginative exploration of the gospels that applies their messages to modern life. The work... Read More

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Missions

by Benjamin Welton

"Missions" is a political thriller featuring a bleak fight against mass terrorism and violence. In Marc McGuire’s thriller "Missions", a computer geek wages a lonely fight against injustice, bureaucratic corruption, and religious... Read More

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Farmer Arnold's Barnyard

by Karen Rigby

There’s plenty of warmth to the stories of Farmer Arnold’s Barnyard, which make life on a farm seem charming and serene. In M.E. Hulme’s bucolic collection Farmer Arnold’s Barnyard, uplifting tales team classic farm animals with... Read More

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I Was Hitler’s Baker

by Kristine Morris

"I Was Hitler’s Baker" is a disturbing and timely historical novel in which a driven, cruel, and merciless man rises to power. In Glenn Peterson’s compelling historical novel "I Was Hitler’s Baker", an ordinary man has a chilling... Read More

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