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Stockboy Nation

by Karen Rigby

"Stockboy Nation" is a contemporary novel about growing through hardships. In Thomas Duffy’s novel "Stockboy Nation", a former bestselling author deals with midlife insecurity after his job prospects wane. Phillip, a New Yorker in his... Read More

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Aladinma

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Aladinma" is a coming-of-age novel set against the global changes and advances of the late twentieth century. Childhood friends find themselves in a courtroom battle over the copyright of a movie in Peter Obidike’s novel "Aladinma".... Read More

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The Eves

by Karen Rigby

Heartfelt personal discoveries are made, and rich friendships formed, in the warm novel "The Eves". In Grace Sammon’s redemptive novel, "The Eves", a woman’s private estrangements threaten to engulf her—until she finds a healing... Read More

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After Happily Ever After

by Mari Carlson

"After Happily Ever After" is a romantic comedy novel with depth, about a middle-aged woman finally coming into her own. A Connecticut housewife traverses middle age with self-deprecating wit and aplomb in Leslie Rasmussen’s novel... Read More

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Crooked Lines

by Karen Rigby

"Crooked Lines" is a cerebral satirical novel that dwells in a perilous, divisive near future in which a handful of believers band together to make their mark. Jeffrey F. Meyer’s "Crooked Lines" is an incisive cat-and-mouse thriller in... Read More

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Toxic Fr.O.G.

by Aimee Jodoin

"Toxic Fr.O.G." is an inspiring coming-of-age novel whose heroine immerses herself in science, diverse cultures, and a deep friendship. In Richard Roach’s heartwarming coming-of-age novel "Toxic Fr.O.G.", a once awkward young woman... Read More

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The First Robot President

by Nancy Powell

"The First Robot President" is an entertaining science fiction satire made fascinating because of its behind-the-scenes looks at the bruising world of modern politics. Robert Carlyle Taylor’s thought-provoking political satire, "The... Read More

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