ers, the United States Army
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Qwantu Amaru. The Pantheon Collective
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A voodoo curse torments a group of
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Philip Babcock. Cre-
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A young expatriate
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Chuck Barrett. Switchback Publish-
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From the tree-lined streets of Savannah
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Bruce Barsanti. CreateSpace, $23.99 paper
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A Civil Man follows the action-packed
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Death in the Recovery Room.
James D. Beeson. Vantage Press, $18.95
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A fast-paced mystery that follows Lt.
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Matthew J. Beier. Epicality Books, $14.99
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an ostracized minor-
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Karen S. Bell. KSB Press, $16 paper
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Walking with Elephants is a lighthearted
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Lula Belle. Creative License Press, $10.50
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Before she became
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Jack Bennett. Vantage Press, $18.95 paper
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A novel chronicling the career of Jack
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Three and a Half Virgins.
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What Happened in Granite Creek.
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A woman with three children falls in
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Me, Not Me.
Laura Brenner. Inkwater Press, $12.95 paper
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In Me, Not Me, Elea-
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The Devil’s Dime: Book 1—The Samaritan Files.
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Hanged for the Few.
James T. Carpenter. CreateSpace, $15
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A band of incompatible adventurers
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