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Best Reviewed Books of March

IR Approved

THE MYTH OF LOVE by Randy Niederman

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: While diving into themes of sex, love, spirituality, and mythology, THE MYTH OF LOVE is at its core a romantic tale that will enthrall a variety of readers.

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POST TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROME by Dr. Joy DeGruy

Genres: PsychologySelf-Help

IR Verdict: POST TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROME is a book that offers healing and hope in the face of generations of trauma, hardship, and suffering, building on the courage, grace, and strength of those who survived and thrived despite all.

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THE REPATRIATION OF HENRY CHIN  by Isaac Ho

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: For many, the Great Recession of 2008 never ended and the desire to identify a villain remains strong. This is the kind of tinder that feeds Isaac Ho’s frightening novel THE REPATRIATION OF HENRY CHIN.  A federal government gone awry scapegoats Chinese Americans to divert attention from its economic errors.

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THE DEPTHS by Kirk Kjeldsen

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: With strong prose and stunning imagery, THE DEPTHS takes the thriller genre to the next level.

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THE JOURNEY FROM POOR PROCRASTINATOR TO INVESTED MILLENNIAL by Jeremy Kho

Genre: Self Help

IR Verdict: For Millennial readers with no clue about money, THE JOURNEY FROM POOR PROCRASTINATOR TO INVESTED MILLENNIAL is a practical, approachable guidebook to the basics of getting your head out of the sand and entering into a financially secure future.

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NOT THE FAINTEST TRACE by Wendy M. Wilson

Genre: Historical Fiction

IR Verdict: Wendy M. Wilson scores in this noirish, well-written and researched mystery set in 1868 New Zealand. 

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RUN by M.A.N.

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: In this Hitchcock-like tale of a normal event forcing two ordinary characters to run from the police, M.A.N. effectively and entertainingly provides the reader with page-turning suspense.  

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I WASN’T CRYING OVER YOU by Vincent Hunanyan

Genre: Short Stories

IR Verdict: With slice of life dialogue, author Vincent K. Hunanyan proves that resilience, wisdom, and luck precipitated by critical moments are worth all of life’s suffering, along with the classic WTF moments that accompany them, in his whimsically written book of short narratives, I WASN’T CRYING OVER YOU.

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LUCKY DICK: A NOVEL-IN-STORIES by Rod Dixon

Genre: Action/Adventure

IR Verdict: This engaging story describes how the misguided actions of a young man, ironically named Lucky, negatively affect himself and those around him.

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NORTH OF EDEN by Janice Coy

Genre: Popular Fiction

IR Verdict: Although at times overwritten, Janice Coy’s novel NORTH OF EDEN sensitively and heartbreakingly depicts lives impacted by dementia, exploring the moments we struggle to remember, and those we can’t forget.

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THE OLD WORLD DIES by Kyle Jarrard

Genre: Literary Fiction

IR Verdict: THE OLD WORLD DIES is a lush and vividly poetic book, meant to be experienced as a piece of art, a moving portrait of intersecting lives and relationships.

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HEADSTRONG by Amy Toconita Hodge

Genre: Inspirational/Spiritual

IR Verdict: HEADSTRONG is a tale of survival and courage, with a warm, loving, and fiercely strong heroine, well-suited to inspire and encourage the reader in need of a boost.

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SALVATION DAY by RD Meyer

Genre: Paranormal

IR Verdict: SALVATION DAY is ambitious in its scope and ultimately very satisfying, featuring a tightly structured plot and a final confrontation that is full of action.

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SALT OF THE EARTH by Kate Moschandreas

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: SALT OF THE EARTH is a future-scape thought-provoking, page-turner of an adventure novel, which takes place in a surveillance and technology dominated world riddled with the consequences of climate change, that flies by at a manic pace.

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CONFESSIONS OF A BAR BRAT by Judith A. Boggess

Genre: Memoir

IR Verdict: CONFESSIONS OF A BAR BRAT evokes authentic, immediate conjuring of the terrors and wonders of one woman’s childhood that speaks to the child in all of us

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CONFESSIONS OF A CLOAK ARTIST by Jeff R. McGowan

Genre: Literary Fiction

IR Verdict: CONFESSIONS OF A CLOAK ARTIST is for readers who enjoy the journey as much as the destination, and who revel in exploring both interior and external worlds.

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LOOKING FOR DEI by David A. Willson

Genre: Fantasy

IR Verdict: LOOKING FOR DEI is a promising and entertaining introduction to a well-thought-out and intriguing new fantasy world.

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THE SINGING FOREST by CSP McNulty

Genre: Historical Fiction

IR Verdict: THE SINGING FOREST features powerful storytelling and strong characterization, but weak copyediting and passages heavy on history slow its momentum.

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MICROMIUM by David Gittlin

Genre: Science Fiction

IR Verdict: A fun science-fiction thriller with both unique and familiar concepts, MICROMIUM delivers a satisfying story with memorable characters you don’t mind spending time alone with on a desolate planet, millions of miles from Earth.

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SAM’S THEORY by Sarah Mendivel

Genre: Young Adult

IR Verdict: SAM’S THEORY masterfully combines magic and wonder in a compelling story about healing from child abuse.

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SECRET KEEPER, MY MYTH TRILOGY BOOK 2 by Jane Alvey Harris

Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy

IR Verdict: YA novelist Jane Alvey enthralls in her second installment of her myth trilogy “SECRET KEEPER.” By tapping into the shame of a teenage girl’s past trauma, Harris keeps readers mesmerized in this coming-of-age fantasy in which protagonist Emily Alvey, a survivor of sexual abuse, finds freedom and clarity in the depths of her wild imagination.

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