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Boulevard Beauséjour

By Jane Foster and Anne Yelland

What is it like for an American to survive in Paris? Boulevard Beauséjour by Jane Foster and Anne Yelland reflects on this question and weaves a stunning answer in a novel that explores the clash of cultures, the prejudices people could have about each other,...

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Beltway Upheaval

Sequel to Patriotic Gamble
By Ken Gorman

A contingent election, controversial dealings, and politics that go beyond the shades of grey that permeate the day to day functioning are the undertone of Beltway Upheaval: Sequel to Patriotic Gamble by Ken Gorman. After an unprecedented election determined by a rare enactment of the...

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On the Couch
By Alma H. Bond, Ph.D.

Fans of Barbra Streisand are going to love this latest book, the 23rd from the On the Couch series written by Alma H. Bond Ph.D. In this fictionalized series, Alma H. Bond, a psychoanalyst, combines her extensive knowledge of why folks do what they do...

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Banister - The New World

An Early American Adventure
By Kent Courtney

I was hooked immediately when I read the opening lines introducing Banister - The New World: An Early American Adventure by Kent Courtney: “I would be honored to tell you the story of my family’s history and our trip to the Americas — the New...

Buckland Gap

By Charles Stanley Wiltshire

Buckland Gap is the debut novel from Charles Stanley Wiltshire and is as gritty and hard-nosed a portrayal of a city’s filthy underbelly as you are ever likely to read. Buckland Gap tells the story of David, a twenty-something thug that lives for nothing more...

Book Simulator

By Chris Yee

Book Simulator is a hilarious, satirical self-help novel in the vein of books that promise to help you read faster! Better! More efficiently! However, instead of selling you empty promises and broken dreams of becoming a better reader, Book Simulator is here to help fool...

Bittersweet Memories

A Novel
By Lynn Osterkamp

Is your family considered open and transparent, closed and full of secrets, or living in a sea of avoidance and regrets? Each family has a special dynamic and code that they live by. These elements may begin in childhood but transcend well into adulthood and...

Back to Blueberry Pond

By Carla Trueheart

Kyle, Brandon and Vanessa make a friendship pact and each places a treasured item in a Tupperware bowl, to be buried and never uncovered again. As they grow older and drift apart, each friend holds tightly onto the secrets of that night and their friendship...

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Black Child to Black Woman

A Journey of Tremendous Proportions
By Cheryl Denise Bannerman

With life there are all types of experiences, lessons and challenges that shape us. It is the beginning of life from the womb to our formative years, up to the age of five, that help to create who we will be. If something drastic, brutal,...

Broken Dolls

By Tyrolin Puxty

I loved Broken Dolls by Tyrolin Puxty! I was first drawn by the strange cover; it had a sci fi-ish look, yet an innocence hidden in the form of a partial ballerina—a broken doll. Hmm, I thought. What could this be about? I was very...

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