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The Alchemy of Noise

by Karen Rigby

Part awakening, part trial by fire, "The Alchemy of Noise" is a timely social novel that unfolds with tenderness and cruelty. A story on fresh beginnings marred by police brutality, "The Alchemy of Noise" tests the limits of love.... Read More

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As I War Myself

by Peter Dabbene

"As I War Myself" is a brutal but thoughtful novel about the deadly trap of addiction. The inner struggles and external repercussions of drug addiction are recounted in Javier De Alva Garza’s affecting book "As I War Myself". A... Read More

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It's Just a Bunnypalooza

by Karen Rigby

It’s Just a Bunnypalooza champions the power of imagination to bring people together. Third in a series for three- to six-year-olds, It’s Just a Bunnypalooza sees Lizzy returning for a lesson on staying true to her instincts. Brenda... Read More

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Maverick Priest

by Jeremiah Rood

"Maverick Priest" is a soul-searching memoir that looks back on turbulent recent history through the lens of clerical work. Harry J. Bury’s memoir "Maverick Priest" explores the challenges of a clerical calling at the end of the... Read More

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Saving Vengeance

by Benjamin Welton

This military thriller blurs the line between real-world events and fictional action. John Witzel’s "Saving Vengeance" is a supercharged political and military thriller that has a firm grip on the pulse of international politics. Here,... Read More

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The Grey Zone

by Angela McQuay

"The Grey Zone" is strong introduction to a new science fiction series. Jason McMillan’s science fiction novel "The Grey Zone" includes political and socioeconomic undertones; it is entertaining and thought-provoking. The story is set... Read More

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