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The Parrot's Perch

by Mari Carlson

A courageous story of surviving government corruption, The Parrot’s Perch is an often harrowing memoir. Karen Keilt’s brave memoir The Parrot’s Perch, told partially through a 2013 interview with the Brazilian National Truth... Read More

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Split-Level

by Karen Rigby

"Split-Level" is a literary novel that navigates intimate struggles with unforgettable style. Sande Boritz Berger sets a 1970s Jersey housewife on a provocative collision course in "Split-Level", a sharp portrait of female empowerment.... Read More

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The 19th Bladesman

by Delia Stanley

"The 19th Bladesman" is an intriguing and emotional fantasy novel that lays the foundation for more epic stories to come. S. J. Hartland’s "The 19th Bladesman" is a coming-of-age fantasy novel that explores loyalty and love through the... Read More

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The Good Life

by Kristine Morris

"The Good Life" is a thrilling young adult title about a kid who’s trying to figure out who he is in a hostile world. Fifteen-year-old Walker Morrison, with a bullet lodged in his shoulder and a broken ankle, is bleeding and about to... Read More

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The Eclipse Dancer

by Laura Leavitt

"The Eclipse Dancer" is a resonant literary fantasy in which distinct cultures clash and supernatural possibilities are ever-present. A dreamy, mournful fantasy, Laura Koerber’s "The Eclipse Dancer" inspires thoughts of other possible... Read More

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Nobody I Know

by Jeremiah Rood

Raising good questions about the state of contemporary society, "Nobody I Know" is a compelling religious psychological thriller. John J. Gaynard’s heady thriller "Nobody I Know" mines ideas about terrorism and the intellect to... Read More

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Meteor

by Edith Wairimu

The narrative poems of "Meteor" are both funny and thoughtful, turning ordinary situations on their heads and capturing strange, surprising scenes. In C. M. Mayo’s collection "Meteor", narrative poems transform ordinary experiences... Read More

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