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Maranatha Road

by Susan Waggoner

Sympathy is created for these disparate and complex characters in a way that is worth savoring. Set in the late 1990s, Heather Bell Adams’s Marantha Road takes a seemingly standard setup of Southern poverty literature and burnishes it... Read More

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One Tough Cat

by Andrea Hammer

Cat friends will take the greatest pleasure in pouncing on this tasty treat. Melanie Moye’s One Tough Cat: An Animal Tale for Adults is clever, humorous, and marked with complete originality. Told from a feline viewpoint, this... Read More

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Restless Secrets

by Benjamin Welton

"Restless Secrets" is a well-wrought depiction of everyday life, even if that life is a little strange. "Restless Secrets" seamlessly weaves together three novellas about the lives of very different yet all very tough and durable women.... Read More

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The Moonshine Wars

by Felicia Seeburger

These pages are filled with characters fighting poverty with industriousness and battling discrimination with colorblind friendships. Set amid the wide-ranging history of the American South and its traditions of bootlegging and white... Read More

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Second Acts

by Meredith Hardwicke

Intelligent, witty, and filled with true feeling, this is a novel that celebrates women’s bonds and resilience. "Second Acts", by Teri Emory, is a smart, heartfelt glimpse at love, loss, and surprises in the lives of three longtime... Read More

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