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Into the Carpathians

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Into the Carpathians" depicts a journey so breathtaking that it will make even those who dislike the outdoors want to pack a bag and see Sparks’s marvels for themselves. Alan E. Sparks recounts a transformative hiking expedition in... Read More

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Untraceable

by Eileen Gonzalez

Two hardened men seek to relive their grisly pasts in Sergei Lebedev’s thriller, "Untraceable". A former Soviet agent who’s living in exile is murdered with an untraceable poison. This sets off a chain of events, altering the lives... Read More

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Fishwives

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Sally Bellerose’s novel "Fishwives", an elderly lesbian couple looks back on their lives together. Regina and Jackie have been together for sixty years. They are in mediocre health, can’t afford groceries without coupons, and are... Read More

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The City of Good Death

by Eileen Gonzalez

A mysterious death brings chaos and clarity in Priyanka Champaneri’s novel, "The City of Good Death". To die in Kashi is to be freed from the endless burden of reincarnation and rebirth. Pramesh, who manages a hostel for dying... Read More

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Our Immigrants' Son

by Eileen Gonzalez

This is an important reminder that immigrant narratives are a vital part of America’s present and future, not just its past. John Francis Patrick Murphy traces his family’s history in America and encourages others to explore their... Read More

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