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The Waste-Wise Kitchen Companion by Jean B. MacLeod

The Waste-Wise Kitchen Companion by Jean B. MacLeodThe Waste-Wise Kitchen Companion: Hundreds of Practical Tips for Repairing, Reusing, and Repurposing Food by Jean MacLeod’s is a highly useful food-recycling encyclopedia that should be in everyone’s kitchen library.

An “enthusiastic and curious (and thrifty) cook,” writer Jean MacLeod has created a compendium of tips on how to save, rescue, and “repair” common and not-so-common edibles, in alphabetical format – from almond paste to zucchini.…

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Tides by Philip J. Moss

Tides by Philip J. MossSam Tinker lives in a small town at the edge of the ocean, teetering on the cusp of change. The world isn’t the same as it was thirty or fifty years back. Fishermen and lobstermen have to work harder to keep financially afloat, and environmental changes foreshadow an even grimmer future.…

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Plagued: Book One: The Girl Who Chased The Shadows by Garrison Scott

Plagued: Book 1: The Girl Who Chased The Shadows

In Plagued: The Girl Who Chased the Shadows, by Garrison Scott, readers are introduced to a world that has been irrevocably changed by an alien asteroid that destroyed all semblance of normalcy on Earth. More interestingly is the main character, Skyler, who is infected with an alien pathogen moments before the asteroid makes its deadly impact.…

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Lower World by Eloise Harmann

Lower World by Eloise HarmannFor fans of science-fiction fantasy, author Eloise Harmann delivers a list of classic touches that include a hugely diverse cast of characters, quotes by Neil deGrasse Tyson, and a weighty page-count, in this unusual underwater saga.

In Lower World, author Harmann writes a corporate tech-political murder-mystery that sees an underwater community, the tetrapeds, threatened by a landlubbing world.…

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Mr. Wonderful by Daniel Blake Smith

Mr. Wonderful by Daniel Blake SmithMr. Wonderful by Daniel Blake Smith delves into the life of an academic, juggling family and his teaching career. Concerned about his aging father who is dealing with medical issues, Brian is faced with an adopted adult son who just can’t seem to find his way in life and inevitably ends up returning home while on the run from a dangerous situation.…

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Budland by Tom Kranz

Budland by Tom Kranz

While there is typically nothing funny about murder, author Tom Kranz manages to draw out more than a few smiles in his new novel Budland. The protagonist and a professional smart aleck, Bud Remmick, finds himself in jail after killing his intolerable boss, and he doesn’t seem to regret the choice in the least.…

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The Matriarch Matrix by Maxime Trencavel

The Matriarch Matrix by Maxime TrencavelThe Matriarch Matrix by Maxime Trencavel is an epic work of science fiction spanning the distant past to the near future. The book takes place in various time periods and locations, from Siirt to San Francisco, to the ancient wars of the Black Sea, all following the tale of the titular entity known as Matriarch, and the lives she has changed over 12,000 years.…

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