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Your Move

by Karen Rigby

Packed with delightful history and trivia, "Your Move" makes an irresistible case for reviving offline games. Joan Moriarity and Jonathan Kay’s "Your Move" elucidates the renaissance of board games, the ways they mirror society, and... Read More

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Seven Photographs

by Karen Rigby

"Seven Photographs" is an emotional novel in which two once-strangers brave exposure to write their own promising third acts. In Alan Rossman’s languid novel "Seven Photographs", neighbors in a Chicago suburb find strength after a... Read More

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She Rode a Harley

by Karen Rigby

"She Rode a Harley" is a vibrant memoir about love, loss, and second chances. Mary Jane Black’s honest, brave memoir "She Rode a Harley" details a fresh start and finding new love after an abusive marriage. Black begins her story at... Read More

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The Rubicus Prophecy

by Karen Rigby

"The Rubicus Prophecy" is an immersive and empowering fantasy. Alane Adams’s entrancing middle grade fantasy series returns to focus on Abigail Tarkana, a plucky second-year student at Tarkana Witch Academy. "The Rubicus Prophecy"... Read More

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I.Am.Elizabeth.

by Karen Rigby

"I.Am.Elizabeth." is an unusual novel in which a woman learns to forgive herself with the help of an otherworldly royal. In Kathi Haacke Morehead’s historical fantasy "I.Am.Elizabeth.", Elizabeth of York is an otherworldly companion to... Read More

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Moonlocket

by Karen Rigby

Peril and Victorian steampunk meld in Peter Bunzl’s winsome middle grade novel, "Moonlocket". Lily, her mechanical fox Malkin, and their friend, Robert, return for a personal mission that highlights London’s old-world mystique. Jack... Read More

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