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Disappeared and Found

by Julia Zouhar

In the mystery novel "Disappeared and Found", a young woman looks for answers about her past and ends up finding more than she bargained for. Kerry Reis’s mystery novel "Disappeared and Found" involves an adoption story that might... Read More

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Tables Turned

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Tables Turned" is a historical novel that raises many interesting “what if” questions regarding the fate of the Confederacy and the United States after the Civil War. In Gerald W. Shaw’s historical novel "Tables Turned", a... Read More

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Gabriel’s Storm

by Mari Carlson

"Gabriel’s Storm" is a thoughtful coming-of-age story deftly set around a captivating crime plot. In Diego Hojraj’s "Gabriel’s Storm", a deadly revenge plot leads to deeper struggles for a gang of outsider teens. It’s 1983,... Read More

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Reaper's Lament

by Benjamin Welton

Reaper’s Lament is a harrowing account of pilots and the dangers they’ve battled. Steven Lane Smith’s Reaper’s Lament compiles hair-raising, death-defying stories from aviation’s history—most from the perspectives of lucky... Read More

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Kiddie Coddles

by Rebecca Monterusso

The enjoyable Kiddie Coddles: The Goat with the Red Coat introduces the important lesson that siblings should be appreciated, no matter their differences. John Vitucci and Gianna Familette’s Kiddie Coddles: The Goat with the Red Coat... Read More

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