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The Last Resort

by Mari Carlson

"The Last Resort" is a sincere human interest tale couched in an informed overview of current events. In Tom Milton’s novel "The Last Resort", two protesters find that confronting their enemies in person could be a nightmare come true.... Read More

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The Moonstoners

by Mari Carlson

Barbara J. Dzikowski’s "The Moonstoners" explores love in unsettled, complicated times. The Trudeau, Ziemny, and Chavis families first collide when Noel Trudeau meets Ricky Ziemny after art class. While Theckla and Freddie Chavis care... Read More

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Three Ways to Disappear

by Tanisha Rule

In Katy Yocom’s immersive and multilayered novel "Three Ways to Disappear", Sarah and Quinn confront painful childhood truths and address their neglected sisterhood. Beginning with a glimpse of Sarah and Quinn’s childhood in India,... Read More

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One and One Is One

by Karen Rigby

"One and One Is One" is an unsettling, deterministic story in which a boy suffers cruelty but displays resilience. In S. T. Byra’s dark coming-of-age tale "One and One Is One", a boy proves his talent for survival. Eight-year-old Grady... Read More

Book Review

Warrior Won

by Katerie Prior

In yoga, the warrior pose is about seeking balance. It’s no wonder, then, that Meryl Davids Landau’s novel "Warrior Won" is about a woman contemplating her spiritual beliefs in the face of devastating news. Lorna seems to have it... Read More

Book Review

Malpractice

by Aimee Jodoin

From the hospital room to the courtroom, "Malpractice" is a suspenseful dramatic novel. In JJ Perry’s medical drama "Malpractice", a young mother dies under the care of two doctors, and tensions arise as characters deal with the trial.... Read More

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