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The Man In The Seventh Row
Brian Pendreigh
4+ star thriller
Maybe he loves the cinema a little too much. Lately, things have been going wrong. He settles into his favourite seat to watch an old movie, but he’s not seeing what he expects to see. No matter the film – The Graduate, Brief Encounter, The Magnificent Seven – he finds himself sucked from his seventh-row seat into the heart of the action on the big screen. Roy’s everywhere. Playing lead roles in dozens of classic movies. A fantasy come true? Or a living nightmare?

Leap Year at the Coffee Shop
Michael L. Eads
4+ star contemporary fiction
After he called his mother on a cold, blustery Sunday morning, Mitch Lucas could sense something wrong. Her weak, frail voice telling him not to visit because she was sick seemed different. This quirk of fate is what made Mitch walk into his favorite coffee shop on a Sunday instead of a Saturday. There, he meets the people who influence the rest of his life.

A Million Tears (The Tears Series)
Paul Henke
4+ star family saga
America at the turn of the century. For the enterprising immigrant – a land of optimism and hope. From the hardship and poverty of Wales in 1890 this is the story of the Griffiths family and their journey to succeed in the new country.

Sudden Deception (A Jill Oliver Thriller)
Judith Price
4 star suspense
Jill is a terrorist profiler for the US Marshall Special Operations Group and former Remote Viewer for the FBI. When her new husband David, a war correspondent for Time, disappears while on assignment in the Middle East, Jill embarks upon a journey deep into the region to find him.

Glitter Girl: A Novel
Erin Quinn O’Briant
4+ star contemporary fiction
Deft and funny, Glitter Girl tells the charming story of two radically different sisters—one lesbian, one Christian—who struggle to remain close. Beneath the sparkle, Glitter Girl casts a wickedly witty eye on the hypocrisies of right-wing Christians and secular progressives alike in a fast, fun, irresistible read.

Liquid Lies (Mystery, Thriller, Suspense)
Lois Lavrisa
5 star mystery
One dead body.
One girl with a deadly secret.
Body count rising. Can she find the killer before she’s the next target?


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