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The Separation

by Nancy Powell

"The Separation" is an entertaining dystopian thriller centered in a repressed future America. In Thomas Duffy’s smart and timely Big Brother thriller "The Separation", a mathematical genius is caught up in a dangerous game with the... Read More

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They Call Me Orange Juice

by Nancy Powell

"They Call Me Orange Juice" is a wonderful collection from a talented and enthusiastic storyteller. Audrey McDonald Atkins’s "They Call Me Orange Juice" is an intimate compilation of funny, down-to-earth stories about the Deep South... Read More

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Jacked Up

by Nancy Powell

Set over five days in the life of a death-obsessed teenager, "Jacked Up" is snappy and clever, wrapping Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and spiritual beliefs around a coming-of-age story with themes of friendship, acceptance, and mourning.... Read More

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The Books of Norene I

by Nancy Powell

Wolves and Werewolves is an imaginative and exciting fantasy adventure that puts a refreshing spin on werewolf mythology. In Jane Sefc’s action-packed fantasy adventure Wolves and Werewolves, an uneasy truce between the werewolves and... Read More

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Joe and the Halloween Mystery

by Nancy Powell

The allegorical narrative revolves around a battle with Satan, drawing clear, black-and-white lines. This follow-up to Joe and the Peace Eternal is a swashbuckling biblical fantasy that pits a hunky former Olympian and his trusty,... Read More

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Ivy vs. Dogg

by Nancy Powell

Brian Leung’s "Ivy vs. Dogg" delivers a stinging commentary of how unchecked voyeurism has impacted modern politics, making it a politician’s business to get into everybody’s business. This Election for the internet age is a heady,... Read More

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