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Truth Insurrected

by Jessica S. Council

This thrilling mystery about Area 51 brings a personal touch with well-developed characters. Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project, by Daniel P. Douglas, is laced with mystery, drama, and enlightenment as investigators race to... Read More

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Quicksand

by Jessica S. Council

The detailed setting of this historical romance creates the atmosphere of a Victorian novel. Quicksand: A Family Foundation, by Victoria Thomas, is a story of love, marriage, and family in mid-to-late 1800s France. With close... Read More

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Stalked

by Jessica S. Council

This story of a Cuban-American refugee captures the immigrant experience. Stalked: The Boy Who Said No, by Patti Sheehy, is filled with drama, intrigue, and passion as a Cuban refugee fights to make a life in the United States after... Read More

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We Leave Together

by Jessica S. Council

Emotionally wrought imagery conveys the characters’ struggles in this rich fantasy novel. Set in a world full of darkness and demon influence, J. M. McDermott’s "We Leave Together" is a story of love, addiction, despair, and desire.... Read More

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Antivion

by Jessica S. Council

Embarking on an adventure across the universe, a couple shares their experience of love with angels, aliens, and humans alike. "Antivion" by Richard Sills is the continuation of Surooval and Norma’s romantic love story from Lanethros,... Read More

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Blackberry Women

by Jessica S. Council

Detail about everyday living in the early 1900s highlights this story of an African American family. The intriguing novel "Blackberry Women" by Ella O Williams evokes thought and emotion in equal share as a first-generation freeborn... Read More

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Lanethros

by Jessica S. Council

Sills provides a look into the future of technology dependence as he creates a universe completely different from, yet oddly similar to, our own. Richard Sills writes an intriguing story of diverse worlds, unusual realities, and... Read More

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