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The Equilibrist

by Katie Asher

Erasmus Cromwell-Smith II’s "The Equilibrist" is a touching collection that weaves poems into a man’s life story for a tangible example of the healing power of poetry. Erasmus Cromwell-Smith II’s "The Equilibrist" is a uniquely... Read More

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Sector 12 and the Art of Falling

by John M. Murray

With flavors of a western but set in space, this military adventure is over-the-top fun. Joseph Kainz’s raucous, ribald space adventure "Sector 12 and the Art of Falling" follows a heroic agent who’s combating a conspiracy. Ranger... Read More

Book Review

Icy the Iceberg

by Anita Lock

"Icy the Iceberg" is an appealing tale for young, inquisitive minds. One snowflake makes a transformational journey in Larry Friend’s "Icy the Iceberg". The story of Icy begins near Vancouver, Canada, where he becomes a snowflake. He... Read More

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The Pickwick Club Disaster

by Katie Hardy

This is an important work in Boston’s historical canon that even casual followers of the city’s rich and often tragic history will appreciate. John E. Keefe’s historical account of "The Pickwick Club Disaster" describes the horror... Read More

Book Review

Crooked Principles

by Brittney Decker

Cady’s stylized prose penetrates the darkest crevices of the imagination. Kevin Cady’s blood-drenched thriller Crooked Principles: Book Two of the Warren Files sends FBI agents Elijah Warren and Aurelia Blanc on a chilling... Read More

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