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Village Books
Craig McLay
Unrated literary fiction/humor
Village Books is a local institution…which is good, because most of the staff probably belong in one.

In Deer Isle, Maine: The 16th Maine Volunteer Regiment at war and at home.
Peter Scott
5 star historical fiction
Inspired by the Ken Burns series “The Civil War,” In Deer Isle, Maine is a work of historical fiction that takes place at the homefront in downeast Maine (and the battlefield) during the Civil War. It is the story of the 16th Maine Volunteer Regiment at war; and it is the story of the wives, families and sweethearts of those soldiers who waited at home in Deer Isle.

Night Swim
Jessica Keener
5 star literary fiction
Sixteen-year-old Sarah Kunitz lives in a posh, suburban world of 1970 Boston. From the outside, her parents’ lifestyle appears enviable – a world defined by cocktail parties, expensive cars, and live-in maids to care for their children – but inside their five-bedroom house, all is not well for the Kunitz family.

Off The Grid
Dan Kolbet
4 stars
Luke Kincaid’s hometown wasn’t the first to be forced off the grid, but when the blackout leads directly to his parent’s deaths, Luke has just one company and one man to blame. It’s time to fight back.

When the Walls Fell (Out of Time)
Monique Martin
5 star romantic suspense
Professor Simon Cross and his assistant Elizabeth West have returned from their accidental journey into the past and are adjusting to their new life together as a couple. But an unwanted visit from the Council for Temporal Studies could change everything.

Sleeping with Paris
Juliette Sobanet
4 star romantic comedy
Charlotte Summers is a sassy, young French teacher who is two days away from moving to Paris with the love of her life and from fulfilling her dream of studying at the prestigious Sorbonne University in France. But when she discovers her fiancé’s online dating profile and has a little chat with the busty red-head he’s been sleeping with on the side, she gives up on committed relationships altogether and decides to navigate Paris on her own.


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