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O’Leary’s Luck by Teel James Glenn

If you’re a fan of pulp crime books, O’Leary’s Luck has its eyes set on you. But is it worth your time?

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Paying Piper by Ilana Waters

Paying Piper Review

A family-friendly retelling of a fairy tale classic.

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Untimed Review

A new young adult series featuring a unique twist on the time travel plot

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The A-Men Return by Jack Trevillian

The A-Men Return Review

John Trevillian’s dystopian series takes a big step forward in The A-Men Return.

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Broken Words: The Abuse of Science and Faith in American Politics

Jonathan Dudley objectively examines abortion, homosexuality, environmentalism and evolution, the “big four” tenets of evangelical Christianity.

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The Promise of America Review

A look at Irish immgration in 19th century America may leave history buffs wanting more

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They Came From Beyond

Visiting Aliens. And Aliens Revisited

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The A-Men Review

Futuristic sci-fi urban warfare mixes with a protagonist with no memory.

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Releasing Gillian’s Wolves

Releasing Gillian’s Wolves, a coming of age novel where the main character just happens to be in her early fifties.

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Stolen Bride Review

It’s more than just another Amish romance book. But it might not win you over if you’re not already a fan of the genre.

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