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Aging with Wisdom

by Sarah White

Navigating the changes that come with age and the inevitability of death can be difficult, especially in cultures where the wisdom of elders is not typically revered. As a counter, Olivia Ames Hoblitzelle offers comforting and empowering... Read More

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The Night Language

by Claire Foster

Oscar Wilde called gay love “the love which dare not speak its name” when homosexual relationships were illegal, stigmatized, and taboo. "The Night Language", by David Rocklin, revisits such a time, finding gay men closeted not only... Read More

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Retire S.M.A.R.T.

by Alan Abrams

Steven Casto may not be an attorney or a certified public accountant. But by investing 19.95 for a copy of his useful and well-organized book you could wind up saving yourself thousands of dollars in professional fees. This book deals... Read More

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Wrestling Dreams

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Mattresses in the living room, rings on the playground, and laundry-line ropes fuel Colt’s imagination as he practices and plans for his future career, in "Wrestling Dreams", professional wrestler Colt Cabana’s story of dedication,... Read More

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A Precautionary Tale

by Anna Call

Focusing on a region of the Alps where farming has been a mainstay for millennia, this book examines a successful grassroots movement to ban pesticides. The town of Mals, located in a semiautonomous region between Austria and Italy, may... Read More

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High Desert High

by Gary Presley

"High Desert High" hews closer to perceived reality than many metaphysical journeys, giving it broad appeal. In Steven Schindler’s thoughtful and sometimes trippy "High Desert High", Paul Santo, retired New York City police lieutenant,... Read More

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Heaven's Crooked Finger

by Gary Presley

With his surprising new work of hillbilly noir, Hank Early has established a solid foundation for a new crime series. With Heaven’s Crooked Finger, Hank Early uses a mystery as a vehicle to dissect fundamentalist religiosity and... Read More

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