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The Songs We Hide

by Amy O'Loughlin

Enriching and evocative, Connie Hampton Connally’s historical "The Songs We Hide" is about the redemptive potency of beauty, love, and music in post-World War II Hungary. It’s 1951, and Stalinist repression rules society. Fear is... Read More

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Small Moving Parts

by Amy O'Loughlin

"Small Moving Parts" is an emotive, atmospheric, and memorable tour de force. Not to be missed. In 1958, on a summer’s night in Bufort, Texas, two strangers’ destinies collide. Harley Cain, an ill WWI veteran and rancher, and Dodger... Read More

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Edge of Morning

by Amy O'Loughlin

Encompassing wisdom and grace, "Edge of Morning" is a finessed articulation of respect and the simplicity of being human. Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears, edited by Jacqueline Keeler of the Navajo and Yankton... Read More

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Voices in the Stones

by Amy O'Loughlin

Lessons are drawn from Native American tradition, highlighting what can be gained from a focus on harmony. Kent Nerburn’s "Voices in the Stones" is a gorgeous meditation on the Native American way of being and of interacting with the... Read More

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Hindsight

by Amy O'Loughlin

This intriguing chronicle of past lives emphasizes the importance of acting in the here and now. Mindy Tarquini’s "Hindsight" is an evocative and inventive reincarnation tale that chronicles the past lives of an intriguing assortment... Read More

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