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In the Land of the Blind

by Susan Waggoner

"In the Land of the Blind" is an intelligent novel focused on an idealistic psychoanalyst and his patients. In Robert Schulman’s contemporary novel "In the Land of the Blind", a struggling analyst gives glimpses behind the scenes of... Read More

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Amber Hollow

by Delia Stanley

The supernatural events that plague the residents of Amber Hollow make this a unique and thrilling story. In Edgar Swamp’s horror novel "Amber Hollow", a town’s inhabitants are cursed to suffer until justice is served. Detectives... Read More

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Comet Fox

by John M. Murray

The fractured storytelling of "Comet Fox" revolves around a complicated woman. The vignettes that make up Peter Quinones’s experimental novel "Comet Fox" focus on the escapades of a bisexual economist. With her contentious divorce... Read More

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And Then I Met Elvis…

by Susan Waggoner

The sense of a stolen childhood lingers throughout this coming-of-age novel about growing up with an alcoholic parent. In Doug Bari’s raw coming-of-age novel And Then I Met Elvis, a teenager’s life is impacted by his hard-drinking... Read More

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Unyielding Destiny

by Alex Dailey

"Unyielding Destiny" is a page-turning mafia thriller in which two men from opposing worlds fight for their own kind of justice. Spiros Gratsias’s suspenseful mafia tale "Unyielding Destiny" focuses on honor, revenge, family, and... Read More

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The Company of Women

by Claire Foster

"The Company of Women" is a promising high fantasy novel with a riveting main character. "The Company of Women", the third book in Forrest Johnson’s A Foreign Shore fantasy series, dives into the adventures of warrior woman Raeesha as... Read More

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The Art of Dying

by Delia Stanley

"The Art of Dying" blends drama and horror for a disturbing and gripping thriller. In Derik Cavignano’s thrilling crime drama "The Art of Dying", a determined detective looks for an arrogant and cruel killer while dealing with gang... Read More

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I.Am.Elizabeth.

by Karen Rigby

"I.Am.Elizabeth." is an unusual novel in which a woman learns to forgive herself with the help of an otherworldly royal. In Kathi Haacke Morehead’s historical fantasy "I.Am.Elizabeth.", Elizabeth of York is an otherworldly companion to... Read More

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