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The Blue House

by Robert Foreman

This highly personal narrative produces many spiritual insights. Michael Simmons’s "The Blue House" is a memoir that emphasizes the religious dimensions of the author’s experiences. Simmons, a Christian, came to his faith early in... Read More

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Black Book of Poems

by Robert Foreman

Hunanyan’s is a collection of straightforward poems with threads of religiosity. Vincent K. Hunanyan’s "Black Book of Poems" covers topics of love, devotion, family challenges, and loss, all in a brief space. The collection is... Read More

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The Haunted Trail

by Robert Foreman

"The Haunted Trail" is the product of an urgent sort of inspiration. The Haunted Trail: The War of the Dublin Woods by John C. Lukegord is a short suspense novel set in the late nineteenth century. Full of intrigue and the supernatural,... Read More

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Stories of Yesteryear

by Robert Foreman

"Stories of Yesteryear" is an appealing collection of stories about small-town New England life. Harry H. Brown’s "Stories of Yesteryear" provides a textured narrative of Halifax, its residents, and its surroundings. Each story... Read More

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The Stuff of Life

by Robert Foreman

Philosophical and inspirational, these essays wind toward grand ideas. In his collection of essays, "The Stuff of Life", Asif Zaidi takes on a series of often grand subjects and makes them relevant to the lives people lead, distilling... Read More

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A Stalker's Journey

by Robert Foreman

This is a disturbing thriller likely to appeal to readers of horror and crime fiction. The stalker in A Stalker’s Journey, a troubling novel by John C. Lukegord, is Curtis Ware, an antihero who struggles against the world at large and... Read More

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