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Book Review: Estelle: A Novel by Linda Stewart Henley

Book Review: Estelle: A Novel by Linda Stewart...

Twenty-two-year-old museum intern and unknown artist, Anne Gautier, has undertaken a major project, restoring “an elegant house on one of the finest...

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Book Review: Manufactured Witches by Michelle Rene

Book Review: Manufactured Witches by Michelle...

Sixteen-year-old Nat is a boxcar kid. Since losing his grandmother and family home to the ravages of the Dust Bowl, he has been on his own, hopping trains...

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Book Review: The Particular Appeal of Gillian Pugsley by Susan Örnbratt

Book Review: The Particular Appeal of Gillian...

Irish-born Gillian McAllister knew she was meant for bigger things than a quiet life among her large extended family. Leaving home at seventeen against...

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Book Review: Path of the Half Moon by Vince Bailey

Book Review: Path of the Half Moon by Vince...

After being charged with burglary and attempted arson, fifteen-year-old aspiring African American boxer Curtis Jefferson has been sent to Fort Grant, a...

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Book Review: Wrapped in the Stars by Elena Mikalsen

Book Review: Wrapped in the Stars by Elena...

Maya Radelis has spent the last seven months running from herself. After the death of a patient, she leaves her pediatric residency in New York City for...

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Book Review: A Venomous Love by Chris Karlsen

Book Review: A Venomous Love by Chris Karlsen

Detective Ruddy Bloodstone is facing the most bizarre crime spree of his career as a copper on the Victorian streets of London. Someone is using a poisonous...

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Book Review: Blazing Bullets in Deadwood Gulch by Jacquie Rogers

Book Review: Blazing Bullets in Deadwood...

Honey Beaulieu is going to get her man–no matter how many tries it takes. Determined to capture the elusive Boyce McNitt, Honey is off to Deadwood Gulch...

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Book Review: Campari Crimson by Traci Andrighetti

Book Review: Campari Crimson by Traci Andrighetti

Texas transplant Franki Amato has only lived in New Orleans for only a year and a half, but she has already seen some pretty strange things. As a private...

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Book Review: The Muse of Fire by Carol M. Cram

Book Review: The Muse of Fire by Carol M....

Grace Johnson dreams of a life bigger than the one expected of a woman in the early nineteenth century. At twenty-two, she should be hoping for marriage...

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Book Review: Blame it on the Bet by L.E. Rico

Book Review: Blame it on the Bet by L.E....

Twenty-six-year-old Hennessy O’Halloran should have it all. She should be enjoying her overpriced apartment in St. Paul, Minnesota, her successful legal...

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