A Poison Dark and Drowning by Jessica Cluess

Henrietta Howel was brought to London as the first female sorcerer in centuries. She was the chosen one who would help defeat the Ancients terrorizing England, but she’s not the chosen one. Still, she must carry on for the public as though she is the one who will save them. It means that she and […]

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God and Stephen Hawking by John C. Lennox

      Lennox’s book, God and Stephen Hawking: Whose Design is it Anyway?, is a direct response to the latest book by scientist Stephen Hawking, called The Grand Design. Lennox uses his own knowledge of science and mathematics, as well as the knowledge of other highly regarded scientists, to refute the ideas presented in The Grand […]

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Veiled Freedom by J. M. Windle

     When the Taliban was forced out of Afghanistan in 2001, Kabul was supposed to be free. For Jamil and many others, this freedom never came. Steve Wilson is a Special Forces vet who helped rid Kabul of the Taliban. Now working in private security, he finds himself back in Afghanistan, but he has become bitter […]

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Breath of Angel by Karyn Henley

      Melaia is a chantress at the Temple of the Most High. One night in the courtyard she witnesses the murder of a weary traveler and quickly finds herself in a world she thought only existed in old songs and stories. Angels and immortals locked in battle. The stairway to Heaven must be rebuilt, and Melaia is pushed […]

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The First Escape by G. P. Taylor

This book is the first installment of The Dopple Ganger Chronicles. Twin sisters, Sadie and Saskia Dopple, are seperated when a strange, wealthy woman shows up at Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children and adopts Saskia, but not Sadie. Saskia finds there’s more going on in her new home than meets the eye. Sadie, back […]

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