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Renato After Alba

by Hilary Daninhirsch

It is fulfilling to accompany this charming narrator on his journey of transformation. A journey through intense grief is at the heart of Eugene Mirabelli’s deeply affecting novel, "Renato After Alba", a standalone follow-up to Renato... Read More

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Even in Paradise

by Hilary Daninhirsch

The prose captivates the senses and makes one yearn for the dazzling seascape it describes so eloquently. Fragile father-daughter and father-son bonds, pernicious sibling rivalry, the complexities of race relations: combine that with a... Read More

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Dolet

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Weinberg paints a vivid portrait of a learned man who refused to be silenced. "Dolet" is the engaging tale of a real-life Inquisition-era writer and scholar. Compelling and action-filled, this historical novel portrays an uncelebrated... Read More

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Cognac Conspiracies

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Flanked by a quirky cast of characters, this intriguing novel features two amateur detectives who set out to solve the murder of a winemaker. When the heir to one of France’s long-established Cognac wineries drowns, a question arises... Read More

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Due for Discard

by Hilary Daninhirsch

The delightful protagonist of this whodunit is full of spunk and grit, adding intrigue and fun. Racing against the clock, an audacious forensics librarian pairs with with her brother to solve a murder, in Sharon St. George’s "Due for... Read More

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Tears and Trombones

by Hilary Daninhirsch

This highly readable, triumphant tale deserves a place on any music lover’s and book lover’s shelf. "Tears and Trombones" is the inspiring novel, based on a true story, of how one young man beat the odds to become a renowned trombone... Read More

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This Side of the River

by Hilary Daninhirsch

With humor and a group of women characters bursting with toughness and personality, this historical novel is both bizarre and compelling. Jeffrey Stayton’s "This Side of the River" is a book unlike any other you are likely to encounter... Read More

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