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For the Love of Mary

by Claire Rudy Foster

The teenage years are fraught with perils—usually the small, humiliating kind. Fifteen-year-old Jacob wears his adolescence like a hair shirt, in the hilarious YA romance For The Love Of Mary. Jacob is alternately confident and... Read More

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by Meg Nola

"Bibliophilia" will likely appeal to those who love to learn about books and their authors, and to those with a yen for collecting. In N. John Hall’s delightfully bookish "Bibliophilia", Larry Dickerson, a retired New York bank clerk... Read More

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They Were Coming for Him

by Kristine Morris

On January 4, 1960, Nobel Laureate, existentialist thinker, and dedicated pacifist Albert Camus died in a tragic, and highly suspicious, car accident. Camus was just forty-six years old. Berta Vias Mahou’s sensitive and probing novel... Read More

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The Port-Wine Stain

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Third in the American Novels series, "The Port-Wine Stain" delves into the dark and evocative world of Edgar Allan Poe’s life and work, capturing the essence of his stories and poetry while exploring possible inspirations and ensuring... Read More

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