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Things She's Seen

by Karen Rigby

In the recent past, a battle among witches led to the murder of the high priestess Athena. Pat Esden’s second book in a suspenseful, paranormal romance series is Things She’s Seen, covering the investigation into, and fallout from,... Read More

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Below the Moon

by Vivian Turnbull

Alexis Marie Chute’s fantasy novel "Below the Moon" is as fast and bizarre as its prequel, with enough new elements to keep the imagination soaring. Ella was supposed to be enjoying herself on a cruise before her inevitable death from... Read More

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Winter's Labyrinth

by Nancy Powell

Winter’s Labyrinth is a fast and entertaining fantasy novel whose inventive world is richly built. A warrior will either fulfill her destiny to save humankind or plunge the world into further darkness in the fourth volume of Dana... Read More

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Beyond a Darkened Sky

by John M. Murray

"Beyond a Darkened Sky" begins its fantasy series in an endearing way, building to a epic showdown between good and evil. In Dana Alexander’s endearing fantasy "Beyond a Darkened Sky", a woman grows into her powers as she faces an epic... Read More

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The Winter Sisters

by Karen Rigby

"The Winter Sisters" is an entertaining historical fantasy in which lives change and minds open. Tim Westover’s eccentric novel "The Winter Sisters", pits Hippocratic medicine against folk remedies with tall-tale flair. The story is... Read More

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The Third Internecion

by John M. Murray

"The Third Internecion" concludes an epic fantasy trilogy with ruminations on the human condition. In Erik A. Otto’s trilogy-concluding, introspective fantasy "The Third Internecion", a land divided comes together to stop the end of... Read More

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