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by Joseph S. Pete

"Unremarkable" is a thrilling gangland drama that reveals unexpected supernatural depths. "Unremarkable", a thriller written by Tangent Games cofounders Geoff Habiger and Coy Kissee, blends genres to tell an enthralling story about an... Read More

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Mule Shoes to Santa Fe

by Susan Waggoner

"Mule Shoes to Santa Fe" is a sprightly, Christian-values-driven western. In the mid-nineteenth century, the thousand-mile-long Santa Fe Trail was one of North America’s main thoroughfares. In Jim L. Hickman’s sprightly,... Read More

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Atomic Road

by John M. Murray

This unusual, trippy historical epic is sure to stick in readers’ minds. A headstrong art critic embarks on a dark journey that bends the historical without breaking it in the compelling and unusual "Atomic Road" by Grant Buday. The... Read More

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New York Station

by Angela Woltman

The subject matter of "New York Station", though centered around WWII, evokes clear similarities between the Nazi era and today’s divisive political climate. Offering an intriguing new angle from which to regard the events leading up... Read More

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Missing Isaac

by Karen Rigby

Inspiring themes emerge of cultivating self worth and of the necessity of defending those who are otherwise defenseless. Valerie Fraser Luesse revisits 1960s Alabama with searing clarity in "Missing Isaac", an elegiac tribute to... Read More

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Papa Luna

by Kristine Morris

De Luna’s religious fervor is deeply felt, and his struggle to hold the church accountable to the teachings of Jesus, its own laws, and its responsibilities to the faithful is clearly rendered. At the end of the fourteenth century, the... Read More

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Fried Oyster Sandwich

by Karen Rigby

"Fried Oyster Sandwich" is an entertaining account of lasting love. In Lloyd E. Gross’s alternative historical novel "Fried Oyster Sandwich", the confederacy won. The Kaufmann family of New Orleans is at the center of the... Read More

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