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Parsimony

by Aimee Jodoin

Family shapes us; "Parsimony" exposes this truth with effortlessly elegant prose and characters who linger. With eloquent language worthy of literary recognition, Peter Nash’s "Parsimony" offers wisdom fraught with interpersonal and... Read More

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This Is How It Begins

by Aimee Jodoin

Dempsey appeals not just to the intellect but to the heart, in this incredibly timely novel about tolerance. In a time when religious liberty is on trial, "This Is How It Begins" is an extraordinarily pertinent novel dripping in suspense... Read More

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pH

by Aimee Jodoin

From fishermen-crowded bars to Inuit heritage, Nancy Lord brings alive her Alaskan setting. The lives of a group of scientists—and one artist—are altered by an oceanography research trip in Nancy Lord’s insightful novel, "pH".... Read More

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Unstoppable

by Aimee Jodoin

This businessman’s rags-to-riches tale, filled with adventure, is an entertaining read. Entrepreneur—and now author and actor—Tariku Bogale has lived a remarkable life and has enjoyed extraordinary success. His memoir, Unstoppable... Read More

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Beltway Upheaval

by Aimee Jodoin

"Beltway Upheaval", while fiction, is politically insightful and even educational. Ken Gorman’s "Beltway Upheaval" is a story full of intrigue and insight that follows the unraveling of Washington, DC, in a fictional America that is... Read More

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The Belle of Two Arbors

by Aimee Jodoin

Locals can take pride in Dimond’s depictions of Michigan’s natural beauty. Alternating between Glen Arbor and Ann Arbor in the early to mid-1900s, Paul Dimond’s atmospheric fictional biography relates the life of a poet, Belle... Read More

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