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What’s In a Name by Sally Cronin

What’s in a name? Everything. As someone who has gone through the entire official argy-bargy to get my name legally changed, I appreciate the power behind the monikers we bear. Sally Cronin obviously shares this sensibility because this short story

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Twenty-Four Days by Jacqui Murray

Just two nuclear submarines can hold the entire planet hostage. And that’s exactly what an extreme terrorist organization has managed to hijack–the US submarine Virginia, and its British counterpart, Triumph. Once the subs maneuver into position, the entire world will

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The Genie Hunt by M.C. Tuggle

The Genie Hunt is not your everyday read. At heart it’s a legal drama, something like John Grisham’s work. Except that Grisham tales never include genies in their crimes, which you have to admit makes it tough for a hard-working

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Addicted to Dimes by Catherine Townsend-Lyon

I’ve never liked going to casinos much. It’s not just the completely artificial environment, nor knowing that all the games are rigged to favor the house. It’s the sheer desperation wafting off some of the casino patrons. People are ruining

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Catling’s Bane by D. Wallace Peach

I found Catling’s Bane to be a highly enjoyable read. In chapter one, we’re introduced to the protagonist, Catling, on Hanging Day, an event where the onlookers’ emotions are manipulated until they react to the display with nothing but joy—even

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Send Sunshine by Jessica Edouard

I highly recommend this little inspirational book. I generally look at these sorts of things hoping for a little lift, something that will help me stand straighter and dive back into working. Send Sunshine met my expectations with flying colors.

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