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Fortuna and the Scapegrace

by Charlene Oldham

"Fortuna and the Scapegrace" is a thoughtful comedic adventure toward a surprising Pacific paradise. The second book in the Didier Rain series, Brian Kindall’s "Fortuna and the Scapegrace" is a maritime adventure that delivers its lead... Read More

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Dig Down

by Shana Creaney

In this action-driven thriller, the antihero lead gets what he deserves, much to the audience’s delight. Damian Myron’s high-tension action thriller "Dig Down" is the story of Robbie Moore, an American financial advisor who’s on... Read More

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Helium Heels

by Karen Rigby

"Helium Heels" is a farm-centered picture book that takes unusual risks. Ghostly pranksters bring a touch of danger in E. Dorinda Shelley’s eccentric picture book "Helium Heels". With folk art by Eleanor A. Hutton, this day at the farm... Read More

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Saturday's Child

by Aimee Jodoin

Children of sometimes difficult parents will find this clear-eyed and cathartic memoir to be sympathetic. More than a memoir, Deborah Burns’s Saturday’s Child is a tribute to her mother Dotty, a powerhouse of a woman whose role in... Read More

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The Equilibrist II

by Kristine Morris

A biographical story and a teaching experiment, this text muses that art might be the key to maintaining balance through hardships. An esteemed English professor casts aside the standard curriculum, using his own story of love lost and... Read More

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Children of the Shadows

by Delia Stanley

"Children of the Shadows" is a unique, emotionally stirring fantasy novel focused on faith and family. C. C. Uzoh’s "Children of the Shadows" is a suspenseful and dramatic fantasy novel that questions what people will sacrifice for... Read More

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