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Marie Antoinette's World

by Eileen Gonzalez

Will Bashor puts Marie Antoinette’s tumultuous life under the microscope in his historical analysis, Marie Antoinette’s World. Marie Antoinette has long been shrouded in secrecy and scandal, from her marriage to indecisive Louis XVI... Read More

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Jesus and John

by Eileen Gonzalez

John must take the lead for the first time in his life to save himself and his beloved Yeshua in Adam McOmber’s otherworldly novel "Jesus and John". After the resurrection, Yeshua is not himself. Silent and unresponsive, He leads a... Read More

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Once You Know

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Once You Know" is a complex, gripping novel about how that which is unacknowledged can do the most damage. A family is left reeling after a father’s unforgivable betrayal in Madeleine Van Hecke’s novel "Once You Know". As she... Read More

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Green's Discovery

by Eileen Gonzalez

Green’s Discovery is, in some ways, the ultimate fantasy: a group of all-powerful aliens arrive, able and willing to fix every major problem on Earth. Alien visitors transform Earth into a proto-utopia in R. W. Karp’s science fiction... Read More

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The Lottery Game

by Eileen Gonzalez

Poignant observations on aging punctuate the novel "The Lottery Game", in which good intentions lead to disaster. A mild-mannered retiree takes the fall in a tax evasion scheme in Gerard Shirar’s mystery novel "The Lottery Game". After... Read More

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Snatch 2&20

by Eileen Gonzalez

Snatch 2&20 is a clever, cynical novel about the absurdities of capitalism and the people who prop it up. A Wall Street flunky becomes entangled in his boss’s machinations in Luke E. Fellows’s comedic novel Snatch 2&20. Giles... Read More

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