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Circle of Shadows

by M. Wayne Cunningham

Keith Heim’s eminently entertaining debut novel, "Circle of Shadows" is an evocative story about a fifteen-year-old runaway struggling to build a new life in mid-1940s Morehead, a small town in Alabama. Strand by strand, the young farm... Read More

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Beamish Boy

by M. Wayne Cunningham

An accomplished poet, photographer, and owner of The Owl Press in California, Albert Flynn DeSilver grew up “with bats in the belfry” in his 1900 Dutch colonial clocktower home in New Canaan, Connecticut. While his architect father... Read More

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Storm Frost

by M. Wayne Cunningham

British author Pauline Sabin Moore’s historical romance, "Storm Frost", will be more readily received by dedicated followers of British Anglo Saxon history and literature than by general readers looking for happily-ever-after love and... Read More

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Honest Sid

by M. Wayne Cunningham

Ronald Probstein’s engaging memoir of his gambler father is likely to find favor with a large audience. Tightly edited and concisely written, the book commemorates Probstein’s parents against the backdrop of Depression-Era New York... Read More

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Cameo

by M. Wayne Cunningham

Cameo the Assassin, a historical novel from Dawn McCullough-White, is an engaging, fast-paced romp about highwaymen, assassins, Lockenwood vampires, their victims, and their evaders in an age when “who knew there were so many vampires... Read More

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