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Silent Voices

by Sheila M. Trask

This intense collection of photos and quotations from homeless people reveals an inside look at how policies and society can affect the vulnerable. When you see a homeless person on the street, what do you do? Some of us walk on by, some... Read More

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High Notes

by Sheila M. Trask

With an understanding of the nature of rock and roll, Loren shows tumultuous musicians as humans, not idols with moral failings. Many bands started out on the “long, strange trip” toward rock-and-roll stardom in the 1960s, but few... Read More

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Swing State

by Sheila M. Trask

Unembellished prose details the bleak nature of PTSD in this character-driven novel. Pulling yourself up by your own bootstraps is the American way. But what if you can’t? What if those straps fall too short, or fall off completely?... Read More

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Perfectly Good White Boy

by Sheila M. Trask

Pitch-perfect dialogue and narrative prose reveal teen culture and the journey of self-discovery. Few adults have the spot-on sense of teenage culture that novelist Carrie Mesrobian has. Critically acclaimed for her candid young-adult... Read More

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Greyhound Therapy

by Sheila M. Trask

Well-choreographed combat scenes and exciting dialogue add to this high-octane thriller about the troublemakers who arrive in small town Wyoming via Greyhound. What do you do with the psychiatric patient who is being released after a... Read More

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