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January 6th and the Millennial Horde

by Aimee Jodoin

Drawing on recent history, "January 6th and the Millennial Horde" is a satirical novel that emphasizes political hypocrisies. In Andy Lazris’s dystopian novel "January 6th and the Millennial Horde", a congressman takes drastic measures... Read More

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Many Are Invited

by Karen Rigby

"Many Are Invited" is a fascinating psychological novel in which a man meddles in his married friends’ lives with disastrous consequences. In Dennis Cuesta’s beguiling and suspenseful novel "Many Are Invited", a man fuels a tragedy... Read More

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Moonstone Hero

by Karen Rigby

In the musing adventure novel "Moonstone Hero", three strangers are forced together after a mountain climbing emergency. In David Sklar’s multiperspective novel "Moonstone Hero", a group of international climbers makes a fateful ascent... Read More

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The Nobodies

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"The Nobodies" is a compulsive psychological thriller that concerns the dark, obsessive side of women’s friendships. A childhood friend’s return reawakens buried feelings in Alanna Schubach’s thriller "The Nobodies". From their... Read More

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Sins of the Tribe

by Joseph S. Pete

In the novel "Sins of the Tribe", a powerful football program takes its exploitative methods too far. Mark A. Salter’s novel "Sins of the Tribe" is about the human impact of exploitative college football programs. Brothers Wally and... Read More

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Rio Los Angeles

by Jenna Jaureguy

A small island’s quiet is disturbed by outsiders in the adventure-filled novel "Rio Los Angeles". Centered in a seaside village, Diego Kent’s novel "Rio Los Angeles" is full of exciting developments. Rio Los Angeles, a small island... Read More

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Raising Dawn

by Michelle Anne Schingler

An atypical mother fights for the daughter whom she loves in the moving legal novel "Raising Dawn". Diana Richmond’s melancholy contemporary novel "Raising Dawn" whorls around the question of what makes, and maintains, a family. Karen,... Read More

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