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A River, One Woman Deep

by Kristine Morris

Linda Ty- Casper’s Filipina and Filipina-American protagonists find that their struggle to discover their personal identity is complicated by events or memories of events that happened in their homeland. Memory plays a vital role in... Read More

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Turf

by Kristine Morris

Strange things happen in the worlds created by Elizabeth Crane. An unusually tall woman is sleeping on the shelves in a grocery store; “star babies’ have taken over the whole United States, except for Puerto Rico; an exclusive group... Read More

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Overload

by Karl Helicher

In this incisive work, a veteran newsman explores modern media and why we have become so vulnerable to “alternative facts.” "Overload" is news veteran Bob Schieffer’s insightful take on modern journalism, presented with the able... Read More

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Rapunzel

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A new twist on an old favorite, Bethan Woollvin’s "Rapunzel" may be trapped in a dark tower, but she is certainly no damsel in distress. Shrewd and resourceful, she is destined to become the bane of witches everywhere. Pockets of... Read More

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