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AMERICAN DREAMING: The Odyssey of “Yew” is a political satire that parodies (among other things) the current administration, right wing politicians, big corporations, and hyper-conservative...
The novel SYNCHRONICITIES ON THE AVENUE OF THE SAINTS by Deborah Gaal is a contemporarily relevant investigation into the nefarious currents of pharmaceutical industry corruption...
In the tender yet roughhewn stories contained in Shelby Raebeck's NIGHT LIFE, characters struggle to process emotions related to loss and alienation, each alone in...
Frequent visions of Sylvester Stallone provide a welcome respite from Molly's unsatisfactory everyday reality in DOES LIGHTNING STRIKE TWICE? by Regina Price...and then Molly decides...