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Black-Eyed Susan

by Amanda Adams

This is a vivid, spirited search for the self, full of creativity and whimsy. Lively and entertaining, Elizabeth Leiknes’s "Black-Eyed Susan" provides great insight into the art of finding oneself. Susan Specter is a bundle of... Read More

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Solomon Bull

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Solomon Bull" is a thrilling tale of perseverance against elements that range from the political to the natural and internal. Clayton Lindemuth’s "Solomon Bull" is a smart and darkly funny political thriller that takes institutional... Read More

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Sunrise at San Attarium

by Felicia Seeburger

"Sunrise at San Attarium" questions whether it is possible to make one’s fantasies come true. To live out a fantasy isn’t possible for most people, yet in Rhys Llewellyn’s "Sunrise at San Attarium", it’s imperative. Bob Inwater... Read More

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Stories of Yesteryear

by Robert Foreman

"Stories of Yesteryear" is an appealing collection of stories about small-town New England life. Harry H. Brown’s "Stories of Yesteryear" provides a textured narrative of Halifax, its residents, and its surroundings. Each story... Read More

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