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Global Dawn

by John M. Murray

"Global Dawn" starts off a conspiracy thriller series with an engaging hero facing global stakes. In W. B. Thompson’s frenetic thriller "Global Dawn", a warrior grapples with fatherhood as the world races toward annihilation. In 1960,... Read More

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Offline

by Mya Alexice

Brian Adams’s charming and heartfelt young adult novel "Offline" explores the harm that comes with trading the real world for an online one. Meagan has a real problem. She’s not addicted to drugs or alcohol or gambling, but she... Read More

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Blossoms

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Blossoms" is a straightforward and youthful collection of poems. Sixteen-year-old poet Hridam Saha’s "Blossoms" was written to delight young readers and collects both his earliest poems and his current ones. Direct and accessible, the... Read More

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My Snorkeling Days

by Kelly Thunstrom

Bright pictures and an inventive story make "My Snorkeling Days" an involving tale for young readers. In Jacqueline Messer’s colorful picture book "My Snorkeling Days", a young boy discovers that families can live anywhere, even under... Read More

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The Gorgeous Mr Zane

by Claire Foster

The Gorgeous Mr. Zane is a disturbing yet compelling work about the deep love between a woman and her bank account. There are two essential elements that govern every person’s life: romance and finance. The Gorgeous Mr. Zane is a short... Read More

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The Rabbit Skinners

by Gary Henry

A troubled detective confronts an intimidating small-town mystery in this rewarding novel. John Eidswick’s police procedural thriller and mystery, "The Rabbit Skinners", is gripping and intricately plotted. After an FBI action goes... Read More

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De Anima(L)

by Susan Waggoner

"De Anima(L)" is a rich novel that begins as a tale of campus hijinks and evolves into an exploration of contemporary ambiguities. Joe Costanzo’s "De Anima(L)" is a sophisticated, character-driven novel—a blend of a campus mystery... Read More

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