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“Aptly taps into a creeping sense that scientific advancements are endangering the world in ways that are almost too difficult for most everyday people to comprehend.”

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“The premise in The Silent Conspiracy is a good one, the tension is high, and the characters are well developed.”

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Miss Iceland is a beautiful novel about artistic aspiration and friendship. The storytelling sparkles . . .”

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Rage is essential reading for anyone hoping to understand Trump and his place—as cause and consequence—in American politics.”

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“Lovers of Winnie the Pooh stories and The Wind in the Willows will find a contemporary story in the same vein.”

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“A social commentary, revealing the evolving of a conspiracy very much at work today, targeting not only a specific minority but also any less privileged group, regardless of race or age.”

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“Close enough to Christie’s own style that the reader could segue from Murder on the Orient Express into this present novel without a stumble.”

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False Alarm is a comprehensive analysis of the issues in climate change that represents a reasoned balance between the shrill voices demanding immediate change .

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“Noumenon wasn’t just a place for subdimensional sentients to visit. It was so much more. . . .

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“The Boy in the Field is a literary mystery novel. . . . Just not the kind that focuses on what happens on a patch of land, a highway, or even a country.

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“In its best and final chapter, Prison by Any Other Name describes how every individual can help build a different sort of community and emergency-response system, one neighborhood

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At the start of Alison Stine’s first novel, Road Out of Winter, the protagonist, a young woman named Wylodine (known as Wil) leaves her rural home in Ohio and sets out for California.

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