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Never Kill a Friend

by Margaret Cullison

Sharp, tough heroine Shelley Krieg drives the plot of this fast-paced mystery. Martin Hill’s nuanced third mystery novel features Washington Metro Police detective Shelley Krieg. In "Never Kill a Friend", an unusually gruesome murder... Read More

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The Husbandman

by Margaret Cullison

Through thoughtful poetry and prose about the human condition, Rosenfeld advocates for greater individual freedom. Through both poetry and prose, David Rosenfeld laments the erosion of political and social responsibility in contemporary... Read More

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Yoga for Breast Care

by Margaret Cullison

Designed specifically for women’s health, this important book is accessible for even beginning yogis. Bobby Clennell brings knowledge of breast health to women at all stages of adult life in Yoga for Breast Care: What Every Woman Needs... Read More

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Our Aging Bodies

by Margaret Cullison

Merrill skillfully balances explanations of these highly complex systems with anecdotes about his own health experiences and those of other people. Gary F. Merrill, a professor of cell biology and neuroscience at Rutgers University,... Read More

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Mercy's Rain

by Margaret Cullison

Sproles movingly dramatizes the conflicts between good and evil that challenge the characters’ faith in God and each other. Set in the mountains of eastern Tennessee, Cindy K. Sproles movingly depicts simple country folk whose belief... Read More

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Akkad et Xai

by Margaret Cullison

This novel, written in French, offers wisdom on growing up and forming a spiritual life. Danielle Jaworowski’s allegorical novel portrays the deep symbiotic bond between a celestial star living as a human and her guardian angel. Akkad... Read More

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