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The King of Taos

by Jeff Fleischer

In his novel "The King of Taos", Max Evans chronicles the lives of friends who wile away their days drinking in a local bar and thinking up ways to make a little money in their tourist-heavy New Mexico town. Set in the 1950s, Evans’s... Read More

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Grace for Grace

by Aimee Jodoin

Its stories united by themes of finding a home, "Grace for Grace" is poetic and avante garde. Steve De Jarnatt’s short story collection "Grace for Grace" pairs imaginative literary language with flawed characters in obscure situations.... Read More

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Dinner at 10:32

by Karen Rigby

"Dinner at 10:32" is a literary novel about inner turmoil, tender mercies, and all-too-human wavering. Set in San Francisco during the 1960s and early 1980s, Mahyar A. Amouzegar’s ruminative novel "Dinner at 10:32" is about tangled... Read More

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Outside the Lines

by Nancy Powell

In Ameera Patel’s novel "Outside the Lines", narcissism and addiction blur the lines of reality. Drug dealers kidnap Cathleen, but her distracted, middle-class family fails to notice her disappearance. Meanwhile, the family’s... Read More

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This Little Family

by Mari Carlson

Inès Bayard’s novel This Little Family, translated from French, is about the devastating aftermath of a rape. Raised in a loving household outside of Paris, Marie moves into the city as an adult. She works, dines out, and promenades... Read More

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