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Many Are Invited

by Karen Rigby

"Many Are Invited" is a fascinating psychological novel in which a man meddles in his married friends’ lives with disastrous consequences. In Dennis Cuesta’s beguiling and suspenseful novel "Many Are Invited", a man fuels a tragedy... Read More

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Moonstone Hero

by Karen Rigby

In the musing adventure novel "Moonstone Hero", three strangers are forced together after a mountain climbing emergency. In David Sklar’s multiperspective novel "Moonstone Hero", a group of international climbers makes a fateful ascent... Read More

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Muir's Gambit

by John M. Murray

Two men interrogate each other in the tense spy novel Muir’s Gambit, musing over espionage’s moral quandaries and costs. Opening with a succinct, explosive declaration—“Charlie March is dead”—Michael Frost Beckner’s taut... Read More

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The College Shrink

by Kristine Morris

Character studies dominate the moving novel "The College Shrink", about the turbulence of campus life and the importance of love and compassion. An empathetic college psychologist finds herself in trouble in William Haylon’s intense... Read More

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Winter's Reckoning

by Karen Rigby

Winter’s Reckoning is a folksy historical novel in which a local healer cements her determination to forge a better future. In Adele Holmes’s enchanting historical novel, an Appalachian herbalist’s concern for her family and... Read More

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The Writer's Story

by Mari Carlson

The Writer’s Story is a twisting literary novel about a flawed writer who comes to question the stories that he tells himself about death and love. In Cory J. Schulman’s novel The Writer’s Story, a writer works through his craft by... Read More

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