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Born in Space: Unlocking Destiny by Jeremy Clift

About the Book: Seven infants, conceived artificially aboard a rotating space habitat as an experiment to populate the solar system. A fugitive mother anointed as an alien Priestess, determined to reunite with her children. A greedy mining boss set on conquering the planets and the loner who stands in his way. Competition for control of

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Tree Pose by Susan Rogers & John Roosen

About the Book: Escape to Tasmania they said … But what was supposed to be a dream for Ric Peters and Elaina Williams has turned into a nightmare. The Devil’s Island is living up to its name, serving up the ghosts of its dark past, while Ric is haunted by his own demons. The truth

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Little Ships: A Novel by Sandra J Scofield

About the Book: After adolescent sisters Juni and Tilde Becker wake up one morning to find their mother dead, their grandmothers appear the very next day to scoop up the girls and their inconsolable father, Nick, and take them home to small-town Oregon. The women are full of loving resolve, but good intentions are small

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Lonely Riders by Michael D. Dennis

About the Book: “Lonely Riders” is a gripping novel by Michael D. Dennis set in Los Angeles, following the tumultuous life of Kyle Whalen. Kyle, a hustler and part-time cook, finds love and chaos with Elise Minor, but their world unravels when tragedy strikes and Elise turns to drugs. Kyle’s life takes a surreal turn

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EDEN by Jamie Lisa Forbes

About the Book: Rowen Hart has been raised as the pampered son and only child of a prominent family in the small community of White Rock, North Carolina. It’s the 1950s and he’s drifting through the days, following the life path his parents have planned for him and preparing to go away to college. When

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These Things Happen: A Novel by Michael Eon

Book Summary: Daniel Zimmer will do almost anything to end his pain—except for the one thing that might work. Growing up in 1970s Brooklyn under the shadow of his tyrannical father and against the backdrop of the Son of Sam murders, the Karen Ann Quinlan tragedy, and the New York Yankees’ back-to-back championship seasons, Daniel

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Fetch, Cat. Fetch!

Fetch, Cat. Fetch!

This delightful and humorous book will engage young readers as they begin to sound out words on their own and help make a lazy cat get some exercise. Both the cat and the young girl featured in the book are unnamed, which allows the child reading the book to imprint themselves into the story. The

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