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Delphic Oracle, USA

by Karen Rigby

In the delightful multigenerational novel "Delphic Oracle, USA", a town is put on the map by renegades in the 1920s and flourishes for their descendants. Checkered portraits of the residents of a Nebraska town fill Steven Mayfield’s... Read More

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Sideffect

by Carolina Ciucci

Encompassing both pain and hope, "Sideffect" is the story of a mourning father’s pursuit of justice. Rodney Bridge’s based-in-truth novel "Sideffect" details a father’s efforts to redress the death of his son. At sixteen,... Read More

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Nebrodi Mountains

by Joseph S. Pete

"Nebrodi Mountains" is a novel about mafia intrigue and moral dilemmas in which a billionaire takes a stand against the mob. In William Peace’s novel "Nebrodi Mountains", a billionaire moves to Sicily—and right into mafia territory.... Read More

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Orchid Blooming

by Karen Rigby

Two wounded people learn to accommodate each other in "Orchid Blooming", a romance novel about building love and trust despite one’s past traumas. A tragedy-stricken woman’s search for her mother’s heritage permeates Carol Van Den... Read More

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Adventures of a Lifetime

by Matt Benzing

In the funny and sorrowful short stories of "Adventures of a Lifetime", young misfits struggle to find their ways in the world. M. Lawrence Moore’s short story collection "Adventures of a Lifetime" depicts the struggles of outsiders... Read More

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Stone Heart

by Karen Rigby

In the novel "Stone Heart", former lovers reunite but face painful fallout. In Susan K. Hamilton’s novel "Stone Heart", a rock star regrets leaving her first love behind. Lauren, the lead singer of the Kingmakers, returns to New York... Read More

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Think of Horses

by Amy O'Loughlin

In Mary Clearman Blew’s novel "Think of Horses", a disheartened, middle-aged romance novelist returns to her native Montana to reevaluate her life choices. It’s summer in Sun Creek, the mountainous ranching country that skilled horse... Read More

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Breathing Lake Superior

by Meg Nola

In Ron Rindo’s gripping novel "Breathing Lake Superior", a grieving man goes on a troubled religious odyssey. Sixteen-year-old John lives in suburban Milwaukee with his mother and stepfather, Anna and Cal, and his stepsister, JJ.... Read More

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