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Guerilla Bride

by Gary Presley

Anyone fascinated by nineteenth-century American history and the westward expansion will enjoy Guerilla Bride. J. J. Zerr’s "Guerilla Bride" is a historical adventure headed by a complicated young man; it is reminiscent of Huck Finn,... Read More

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Wild Blue Ponders

by Gary Presley

These are thoroughly American tales—individualistic, friendly, and direct. With Wild Blue Ponders, Max Blue skillfully combines elements from his previous novels to deliver a new, chronological work about young American men and women... Read More

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Salmon River Kid

by Kristine Morris

The Idaho backcountry becomes another rich character in this tale developed with knowledge and skill. "Salmon River Kid" is Joseph Dorris’s historical novel of a boy’s growth into manhood as he mines for gold amid the dangers and the... Read More

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Eden

by Susan Waggoner

"Eden" is an atmosphere-rich, thoroughly satisfying story of family connections. Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg’s "Eden" is an inviting and cozy family saga, the perfect book to settle in to. Being a widow is tough enough, but even tougher... Read More

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When It's Over

by Jessie Horness

Thoughtful, touching storytelling provides a balm and resonance for our most human selves. Set against the backdrop of WWII, When It’s Over is a poignant story that examines how history defines our humanity, and that explores... Read More

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