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Two Man Station

by Emily Kubal

"Two Man Station" is a captivating second-chance love story for two men who are out in the outback. Forbidden love, action, and distinct characterizations make Lisa Henry’s standout LGBTQ novel "Two Man Station" addictive and... Read More

Book Review

Heartland

by Hannah Hohman

"Heartland" arrives in a saturated swirl of inner monologue and devoted observances. The novel’s unnamed narrator grew up in Elmira, a town with distinctive characteristics and a people whose specificity seems to have been cultivated... Read More

Book Review

Chasing Mercury

by Claire Foster

Kimberly Cooper Griffin has a savvy, deft touch as she weaves in rich, vivid details that range from sexy to startling. Love is a hardy flower that can blossom in the midst of adversity, as Kimberly Cooper Griffin shows in "Chasing... Read More

Book Review

Missing Mr. Wingfield

by Susan Waggoner

"Missing Mr. Wingfield" interweaves strong portraits of a mother and daughter for an eye-opening look at the universality of regret. In E. Christopher Clark’s young adult crossover novel, "Missing Mr. Wingfield", a thirtysomething... Read More

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