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The Man-Butcher Prize – Charles X. Cross

★★★ ½ William was one of the best assassins of the 1600s...but it only took one botched job (someone ended up dead...but it was the wrong someone) to blacklist his name from the assassin's guild. Without a guild, William is lost. His skills wasted. His income ruined. BUT there is one more chance for him - the… Continue reading The Man-Butcher Prize – Charles X. Cross

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Snow & Rose – Emily Winfield Martin

★★★★★ Snow and Rose didn't know that they were living in a fairy tale--people never do. Snow and Rose once had the perfect family - a beautifully grand house, a loving mother and an adoring father. But then one day, their father disappeared. He went into the woods and never came back. And without their nobleman father, their… Continue reading Snow & Rose – Emily Winfield Martin

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How to Break an Evil Curse – Laura Morrison

Princess Julianna has known all her life that she was cursed. One ray of sunlight and *poof* she dies. Horribly. Despite her limitations, she's carved out a life (metaphorically, and physically - she's literally been digging a hole out of the dungeon since she was 8) for herself in her comfy underground home with her ghostly companions.… Continue reading How to Break an Evil Curse – Laura Morrison

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Heading Over the Hill – Judy Leigh

Dawnie and Billy are (quite frankly) ready to retire. They raised their children and have decided (at 70) that they'd like to start over new. Which is what brings them to Barnstaple, by the sea (temporarily). They plan to rent a home until they find the perfect seaside cottage. But as soon as they move… Continue reading Heading Over the Hill – Judy Leigh

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Janice the Original – Janice Dickinson

★★★★ Ohhhh my gosh. This one was a wild ride. So, I didn't know too much (okay, anything) about Janice before my quarantine America's Next Top Model binge (I'm on cycle 22, by the way). And I loved her personality on the show. She was the unfiltered kind of funny - always with a snappy remark or cutthroat… Continue reading Janice the Original – Janice Dickinson

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Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog – Michelle Lander Feinberg

He's kind, and he's gentle, loyal, and brave,but simply confused about how dogs behave." This gorgeous little picture book follows an adorable giant of a dog...who thinks he's people! He wasn't always like that though! Cooper was adopted from a shelter by a loving family. Annnd, almost immediately, the five children begin treating him like… Continue reading Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog – Michelle Lander Feinberg

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Where the Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens

★★★★★ There are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot. Kya Clark - the Marsh Girl - led a lonely life. Her mother left her, her siblings left her, her father went out and never came home. The townspeople abhorred her and left her well-alone. But when you are only a child yourself, how… Continue reading Where the Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens

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Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria – JM Bergen

"We think he's up to something. Something big." Thomas thought that his days of saving-the-world were over and he could enjoy a nice, long relaxing break - psych! It all started when someone hacked into his friend's computer. "I have no idea how they got into this system or what their motivation is, but whoever they are,… Continue reading Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria – JM Bergen