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Book Review: The Night Sky: A Journey from Dachau to Denver and Back by Maria Sutton

One woman's story of quiet courage and love: a memoir. Read More »

Book Review: The Kingdom on the Edge of Reality by Gahan Hanmer

A young man is kidnapped and taken to a Medieval time period replicated deep in the Canadian wilderness. Read More »

Book Review: The Priest and the Peaches by Larry Peterson

With both parents dead, an 18-year-old and his sister attempt to raise their three brothers. Read More »

Book Review: History of a Pleasure Seeker by Richard Mason

To a priapist, sexual activity with either gender can be somewhat of an addiction but downright enjoyable! Read More »

Book Review: The Astounding, the Amazing, and the Unknown by Paul Malmont

Recommended for readers who love science fiction — who find the unfathomable possible. Read More »

Book Review: The Moment by Douglas Kennedy

Can 26 years of separation remember true passion? Read More »

Book Review: Triangles by Ellen Hopkins

Three different women have difficulty adjusting to what they think is mid-life crises. Read More »

Book Review: The Time in Between by Maria Duenas

A young woman whose fortune has been stolen survives as a spy in the Spanish-English underground before WWII. Read More »

Book Review: The Goat Woman of Largo Bay by Gillian Royes

A desperate woman attempts to find meaning in life by living alone with a stranded mutt on a small desolate island. Read More »

Book Review: Burned by Thomas Enger

A face-scarred reporter attempts to prove that a killing was not the result of pure sharia, but a deliberate act of one person. Read More »