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The Next Election

by Delia Stanley

"The Next Election" marries love and government and exudes sensitivity and charm. Landon Wallace’s political romance "The Next Election" continues the story of star-crossed lovers who throw themselves into their work to avoid their... Read More

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The Escapist

by Peter Dabbene

"The Escapist" is a stunning novel about a damaged man. In David Puretz’s unforgettable novel "The Escapist", a troubled young man is haunted by childhood trauma. Twenty-one-year-old Billy can’t keep a job or a girlfriend. He’s... Read More

Book Review

Tell Me, Signora

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Ann Harleman’s "Tell Me, Signora" is about heartbreaking loss, second chances, and resurrecting and righting the past. Kate, an archaeologist who’s still reeling from the death of her husband, is awarded a three-month fellowship in... Read More

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Cassandra's Eye

by Susan Waggoner

An evocative novel set in 1969’s counterculture, Cassandra’s Eye focuses on the almost-grown daughter of intransigent bohemian parents. In Portland, Maine, Shanti is caught between her parents’ heedless lifestyle, her desire to... Read More

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Water is Wider

by Emily Webber

In "Water is Wider", two women form an unexpected bond and redefine the meaning of family. Marie Green McKeon’s "Water is Wider" is an intimate novel in which a young girl and a middle-aged woman come into each other’s lives and form... Read More

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