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Book Review: ‘Saving Abby’, A Novel by Steena Holmes

In Saving Abby by Steena Holmes Josh and Claire Turner seem to have it all, yet there is that one thing they have always wished for. A child of their own. When their wish is finally granted, tragedy seems to set the stage as Claire must make a life and death decision that can change their lives forever.

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Book Review: ‘Journey To Munich,’ A Historical Novel by Jacqueline Winspear

In "Journey to Munich" Jacqueline Winspear continues with her heroine, Maisie Dobbs and takes us deep into the heart of Nazi Germany as it begins preparations for the atrocities against others that linger in the thoughts of many even to this day.

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Book Review: ‘Where We Fall’, A Novel by Rochelle B. Weinstein

In "Where We Fall" by Rochelle B. Weinstein, we are introduced to a family that on the outside seems to have it all. But there is a dark secret that runs beneath the foundation of the Holden family that threatens to pull their very existence out from under them.

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Book Review: ‘The Rabbit Who Wants to Go To Harvard’ A Parody by Zeldar the Great With Help From Diana Holquist and Christopher Eliopoulos

"The Rabbit Who Wants to Go To Harvard" by Zeldar The Great with help from Diana Holquist and Christopher Eliopoulos is interactive and witty. While the work is fun and zany, almost more for an adult reader, the way it is written is fun for a child.

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Book Review: ‘Warriors of the Storm,’ by Bernard Cornwell – Book Nine of ‘The Last Kingdom’ Series

"Warriors in the Storm" is the latest instalment of Bernard Cornwell's "The Last Kingdom" series. Cornwell brings us a compelling tale of fierceness and bravery, creating characters that are real and down to earth, with fears and concerns that keep you entranced.

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