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The 53rd Card

by John M. Murray

"The 53rd Card" is a heavy but rewarding spiritual fantasy. Virginia Weiss’s intensely character-driven "The 53rd Card" chronicles a damaged woman’s attempts to understand her life’s meaning. A life filled with trauma and loss... Read More

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The Spectral Arctic

by Susan Waggoner

In "The Spectral Arctic", Shane McCorristine focuses on early explorations of the Arctic. Citing numerous reports of ghostly presences, uncharacteristically strong belief in omens, and seemingly prophetic dreams, he notes that paranormal... Read More

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Wet Wings

by Mari Carlson

"Wet Wings" sows seeds of beauty and elegance, but fails to reap much lasting wisdom. Joseph B. T. Mosata’s protracted romantic fantasy "Wet Wings" features a lovestruck biracial couple who are aided by angels in defeating their... Read More

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Mary Poser

by Drema Drudge

A romance with unexpected twists, complicated layers, and tense near misses, "Mary Poser" is a gratifying trip. Angel A’s "Mary Poser" is a heartfelt, pistol-shot-paced intercultural romance set in Nashville. A compliant pastor’s... Read More

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Karina

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

A compelling mix of New Age spiritualism and self-esteem primer, "Karina" overlays coming-of-age questions with magical insight. E. B. Mann’s allegorical novel "Karina" is a heartwarming story of transformation that takes an average... Read More

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