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The Boy from the Forge

by Laura Leavitt

"The Boy from the Forge" is a skillfully written, nostalgic coming-of-age story. Matt Brandt’s "The Boy from the Forge" is a sympathetic coming-of-age novel in which a young man makes choices that will shape him for decades to come.... Read More

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The Things We Do

by Charlene Oldham

"The Things We Do" is much more than a murder mystery; it’s an examination of what constitutes freedom and confinement. Kay Pfaltz’s unconventional murder mystery "The Things We Do" insightfully explores the motives behind murder and... Read More

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Rubik

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Rubik" is a novel of ghosts—those of memory, technology, relationships, emotion, and bodies—all of them permanently impermanent. Released into these terrains, characters disappear and reappear in strange ways or not at all, the... Read More

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Southernmost

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In "Southernmost", Silas House’s story of destruction, faith, and accountability, the Cumberland River is about to break one man’s whole world, unmooring him from his small Tennessee town and all he once thought stable. Asher Sharp... Read More

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Sodom Road Exit

by Meg Nola

Amber Dawn’s "Sodom Road Exit" combines supernatural erotic tension with the power of love, community, and acceptance, all set against former funhouse glory. The past meets the present with a searing intensity against the backdrop of a... Read More

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