Archives for February, 2019

Psychology of Zelda

Who doesn’t love the ongoing story of Link and Zelda told over thirty years of gaming? The Psychology of Zelda

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Death by Committee

Death by Committee is a cozy mystery that emphasizes romance and quilting more than sleuthing. Abby’s recently deceased elderly Aunt

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Blue Muse

Blue Muse contains fifty photographs of blues, jazz, folk, and gospel musicians. It also includes ten more landscapes and close-ups of

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Criminally Cocoa

Criminally Cocoa is a chocolate amuse bouche for fans of the Amish Candy Shop series while awaiting the next full-length

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Work Optional

Almost everyone would like to be able to retire early and make Work Optional. But few can do it. This

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Finding Dorothy

Fascinating story about how the author of The Wizard of Oz went about Finding Dorothy interspersed with the making of

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Testament to Murder

A terminally ill man calls his family and friends together to compete for his entire fortune in a Testament to

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The Plotters

Reseng is a paid assassin in South Korea. Unfortunately, The Plotters tell him exactly how to carry out each murder.

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Shameless

It is tempting to quote large swaths of Shameless as the quotes are so perfect. However, just take my word

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Downhill from Here

The prospect of a comfortable retirement has, unfortunately, become an increasingly elusive dream and it is Downhill from Here. In

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Lost Man

The Lost Man is the new excellent standalone thriller by superstar author Jane Harper. Nathan and Bub find their middle

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Death in the Stocks

Death in the Stocks is the first Superintendent Hannasyde mystery written in 1935. Arnold Vereker is found locked in the

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Long Con

Jump into nerd culture with the Long Con. The Long Con is the longest pop culture convention ever. It appears

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100% Unofficial Fortnite Essential Guide

So you are not an early adopter (or you have been hiding under a rock) and are just now trying

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Alumni Association

Alumni Association is a short novel that is more legal than thriller. A closed military school is scheduled for demolition

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Such Good Work

Such Good Work is the inspiring tale of addiction and recovery based on a true story. Jonas works as an

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