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The Bottom of the Sky

by Marlene Satter

The corrupting influence of big money is just one dark force at work in this story of an abused brother and sister and their futile attempts to rise above their pasts. Levi Monroe and his sister Lam have known beatings and worse at the... Read More

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Eye of the Storm

by Marlene Satter

The latest entry in John Ringos Posleen War series reunites family members in a common cause against an enemy more deadly than the Posleen. General Michael O’Neal is taken prisoner, and his entire Fleet Strike ACS unit-20,000 troops-is... Read More

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Lightland

by Marlene Satter

In 2029, scientists race against time to find a cure for a hemorrhagic fever named for the blue-black bruises it causes: Cobalt is fast and deadly—a pandemic killing millions. Chris Tempest, an archaeologist, and Kate Seagram, a... Read More

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The Judging Eye

by Marlene Satter

Sweeping in scope, populated by nations, this first book in a new series by author Bakker picks up twenty years after the events of his first trilogy, The Prince of Nothing. Readers of that series will find it easy to submerge themselves... Read More

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Cause and Conscience

by Marlene Satter

First-time readers need not fear trying this the fourth volume of author Purl’s BBC Radio drama converted into a series of engaging novels. There’s a directory to the (large) cast of characters in the back of the book. And although... Read More

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King of Nod

by Marlene Satter

Anger and revenge long outlive their causes, revenants visit their venom on the descendants of people so long dead their origins may be impossible to discover. When Boo Taylor returns to Sweetpatch Island, South Carolina, for the first... Read More

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Ravenstone

by Marlene Satter

Tales of archaeological discovery hold fascination beyond the actions of their discoverers in this novel the third in a series. Archaeologist Jake Lalonde half Haida and still learning about his ancestry is on a mission to discover the... Read More

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Estrogen Revisited

by Marlene Satter

Contradicting current medical theories this book advocates lifelong hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for women. Its arguments however fall far short. Co-authors Walters a woman who has been on HRT for more than thirty years and Crandall... Read More

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