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Cascade Falls

by Jennifer Williams

This novel is a sincere exploration of the struggles people go through trying to survive and do right, while still holding on to their dreams. Maya and Danny Johnson have all but given up on their dreams. After a decade of scraping... Read More

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Lighting the World

by Jennifer Williams

This dark yet moving portrait of two teens both escaping and creating violence delves deep into the teenage psyche. “If you have a gun, you don’t need a role model.” In the dark but compassionate novel, Lighting the World, by Merle... Read More

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Night Drop

by Jennifer Williams

The ticking clock of this thriller amps up the suspense as a grief-filled man steps up to rescue his ex-wife. Suicidal teens, military-trained dolphins, beautiful feds, and Islamic terrorists all manage to find a way into the life of... Read More

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The Kafka Society

by Jennifer Williams

This larger-than-life protagonist and all his flaws make this tense adventure a thrill to read. Jack Madson has an anger he can’t shake: he fights, he regularly loses his cool, and he doesn’t let up even when he knows what’s good... Read More

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Billy Bowater

by Jennifer Williams

Somewhat of an exposé, this lighthearted novel follows one everyman sorting through the messy world of politics. Billy Bowater loves the sport of politics. He loves the fight, “the chase, the strategizing, and even the greed.” And... Read More

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A Dark Song of Blood

by Jennifer Williams

Pastor’s portrait of Nazi-occupied Rome is nuanced and colored with unique characters and their fascinating circumstances. In the third book of the Martin Bora series, Ben Pastor’s "A Dark Song of Blood" follows Wehrmacht Captain... Read More

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Sound of a Train

by Jennifer Williams

Subtlety and the meaning imbued into objects and action plunge this narrative forward through a plot of pursuit. After worrying over her new vow of silence, Dan reassures his friend Loretta that she doesn’t always need words to talk.... Read More

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