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Jetlag

by Marlene Satter

Bold colors and a variety of illustrating styles mark this collection of five haunting, poignant, and strange tales by an award-winning Israeli writer whose works have appeared everywhere from American and French publications to the... Read More

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Sages & Swords

by Marlene Satter

Readers and writers of heroic fantasy will find a lot to enjoy in this collection of stories designed to “demonstrate a wide-range [sic] of writing skills.” The publisher hosts both SwordandSorcery.org and Flashing Swords E-zine, and... Read More

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Secrets of French Design

by Marlene Satter

Lush, sumptuous, elegant, and tasteful—these words are often used to describe the French influence on decorating. This author, in her seventh book, leaves behind the exclusive world of French tastes to add a new word to that... Read More

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That Darn Yarn!

by Marlene Satter

Uncle Gabby, a sock monkey, takes part in a dual adventure in this color and black-and-white book that offers great fun for both children and adults. Left-hand pages tell one story, while right-hand pages tell another in a completely... Read More

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Murder At Midnight

by Marlene Satter

Monona Quinn is the editor of the Mitchell Doings, a small-town newspaper that occupies most of her waking hours. At the moment, however, her focus is on death—murder, to be precise. The former-big-city-reporter-turned-editor is no... Read More

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Age of Bronze

by Marlene Satter

Mention the Trojan War and the image that comes to most minds is the Trojan Horse. The author-illustrator has taken a lesser-known tale about that war and turned it into a very human adventure, with all the human failings and... Read More

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