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Dreux Club Blues

by Susan Waggoner

By centering on a career officer who’s worked almost every district of the city, the book offer a bird’s-eye view of just about every situation imaginable in New Orleans. Scott D. Fenner’s historical novel "Dreux Club Blues" brings... Read More

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Celtic Knot

by John M. Murray

"Celtic Knot" is unusual and engrossing historical fiction that winds plausible mystery elements into an ode to a treasured national hero. Ann Shortell’s "Celtic Knot" examines history through a young Irish teen as she grapples with a... Read More

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The Gold Shaper

by Aimee Jodoin

"The Gold Shaper" is a fast-paced, exciting coming-of-age story about identity and the search for a deeper purpose. The second novel in a trilogy, Philip Atlas Clausen’s "The Gold Shaper" puts a twist on the western genre by pairing a... Read More

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Plum Rains

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Andromeda Romano-Lax’s near-future novel, "Plum Rains", gracefully explores ethical questions around artificial intelligence with refreshing humanity. Anji already has worries aplenty when her employer, Itou, surprises their household... Read More

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Miss Wilton's Waltz

by Claire Foster

Miss Wilton’s Waltz is a lovely, nuanced romance that shows how creating a relationship with oneself is just as important as falling in love with somebody else. Lenora Wilton is no shrinking violet. At first look, she easily could be... Read More

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