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Daria's Secrets

by Mari Carlson

Daria’s Secrets is an intimate historical novel about a Holocaust survivor’s rituals, relationships, and emotional reckoning with her memories. In Jeff Ingber’s novel Daria’s Secrets, a Holocaust survivor faces her past with the... Read More

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Streets of Tears

by Karen Rigby

In the historical novel Streets of Tears, a Viennese family chooses to align with the Nazis, but it’s a decision that haunts their future. In Larry J. Hilton’s historical novel "Streets of Tears", a Viennese family supports Hitler... Read More

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The 6ixth Evolution

by Edith Wairimu

Responding to contemporary economic strains, the ambitious business book "The 6ixth Evolution" proposes means of restoring macro systems—and of prospering despite economic convulsions. Larry G. Straub’s ambitious career guide "The... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

This emotional story starts with a loss: Lilah returns home from school and learns that her cat, Olive, has passed away. Her grief is deep. She pushes others away, and she avoids the activities and places that Olive once enlivened. A... Read More

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She Is Haunted

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Grief and reckoning take many forms in Paige Clark’s expressive collection "She Is Haunted". Haunting is most often a regret that tethers one to a place or people: that is the concept at the core of this collection. Every character is... Read More

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The Lost Ryū

by Ho Lin

In Emi Watanabe Cohen’s family-oriented fantasy novel The Lost Ryū, a boy, with his miniature dragon, comes to grips with past tragedies and forges ahead with optimism. Ten-year-old Kohei lives in Japan, where most people keep ryū,... Read More

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