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The KingBee

by Lynn Evarts

This historical mystery novel may interest young readers who crave insights into the past. "The KingBee" by George S. Haines is an old-fashioned young adult detective story with a historical flavor. The fifth title in its series, "The... Read More

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Music You Will Never Hear

by Lynn Evarts

Violent crimes have wide implications, as this work of true crime shows. Angelo J. Kaltsos’s "Music You Will Never Hear" relates the story of the author’s uncle who, in 1946, shot and killed a Boston police officer and was... Read More

Book Review

A Journey with Panic

by Lynn Evarts

Its no-nonsense approach, clear examples, and succinct text make this an invaluable book. Psychologists James Manning and Nicola Ridgeway outline the most effective ways to deal with panic in their easy-to-read, helpful book, "A Journey... Read More

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The Boy in Formaldehyde

by Lynn Evarts

This disturbing thriller focuses on underground child abuse rings with eerie connections to the real world. In Michael Antony’s "The Boy in Formaldehyde", Camilla, an advocate for victims of child abuse, comes across a macabre art... Read More

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Rising from the Ashes

by Lynn Evarts

A young woman finds love and possible redemption in this novel about survival and recovery. Marchela Wells’s "Rising from the Ashes" is a romance with elements of a classical thriller that relates the tragedies of a young woman’s... Read More

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Rude Awakening

by Lynn Evarts

The colonel’s concern for the men and women of the Canadian armed forces is clear as he outlines the extent to which their government neglected them. Pat Stogran’s Rude Awakening: The Government’s Secret War Against Canada’s... Read More

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