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Hula Girls

by Karen Rigby

"Hula Girls" is a gritty historical novel in which a woman becomes a widow and experiences gradual flourishing. In Eric B. Miller’s historical novel "Hula Girls", a guileless navy officer’s wife matures. Living in Hawaii from just... Read More

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Raise My Ebenezer

by Aleena Ortiz

In the psychological novel "Raise My Ebenezer", a troubled man is spurred to act against the crooked power dynamics in sex, wealth, and politics. In Richard Gerald Shrubb’s psychological novel "Raise My Ebenezer", a man toils for... Read More

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by John M. Murray

An emergency room doctor deals with massive challenges both at work and at home in "Pulse", the first novel in a series. In Judy G. Walters’s medical novel "Pulse", a physician struggles to balance his messy home life with his... Read More

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Second Thoughts

by Mari Carlson

In the musing novel "Second Thoughts", a woman in a family whose bonds built over time pursues personal awakening. In Dolores Chernoski Moses’s novel "Second Thoughts", people take the time and space that they need to make big life... Read More

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The Rape of Persephone

by Delia Stanley

In the atmospheric high fantasy novel "The Rape of Persephone", a powerful girl comes of age and comes into her own. Retelling an ancient Greek story with modern twists, Monica Brillhart’s romantic novel follows the daughter of a high... Read More

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Geographies of the Heart

by Karen Rigby

Eldercare, mourning, and the heartening anchor that comes from retelling personal stories infuse Caitlin Hamilton Summie’s "Geographies of the Heart", a tender novel-in-stories about a multigenerational Minnesotan family. A recent... Read More

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by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A husband and wife must reconcile their differing visions of their future in David Joiner’s evocative novel "Kanazawa". Emmitt’s work as an English professor leaves him distressed and disconnected. He believes leaving his position... Read More

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