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The Air Force’s Black Ceiling by Ivan Thompson

The Air Force's Black Curtain by Ivan ThompsonThe basic premise of The Air Force’s Black Ceiling is startling all by itself – that there is systemically programmed racism in the United States Air Force that keeps African-American servicemen from rising in the ranks. With this as the stated phenomenon that the author is seeking to explore, Ivan Thompson delves deeply into the history of this particular military branch, attempting to find an explanation or origin of this measurable truth present in the Air Force.…

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Elephant Walk (The Brigandshaw Chronicles Book 2) by Peter Rimmer

 Elephant Walk (The Brigandshaw Chronicles Book 2) by Peter RimmerElephant Walk (The Brigandshaw Chronicles Book 2) by Peter Rimmer is a rich and entertaining work of historical fiction set in England and Africa. Beginning at the onset of World War I (whereas Book 1 was set in the tail end of the nineteenth century), Elephant Walk finds Harry Brigandshaw settled in the Dorset countryside after graduating Oxford when he receives a telegram, which brings him back to Africa.…

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Bullet in the Blue Sky by Bill Larkin

 Bullet in the Blue Sky by Bill LarkinBullet in the Blue Sky by Bill Larkin is set after a huge earthquake decimates Los Angeles. A group of police officers, FBI, and Army personnel search through the city ruins for Detective Gavin Shaw. No one is quite aware of just what makes Gavin Shaw so important, and they have to navigate a city rife with looting, murders, and other dangers to continue with the rescue.…

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Nuclear Heat (The Firework Girls Book 4) by J.L. White

Nuclear Heat (Firework Girls Book 4) by J.L. WhiteThey’re the Firework Girls — a group of beautiful, fiery, sometimes explosive women. Sam is the last one of the last of her friends without a man. It’s not a bad deal. There’s a lot more going on in her life than men, and to tell the truth, she’s never had a problem getting some when she feels like it.…

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Songs of Seraphina by Jude Houghton

Songs of Seraphina by Jude HoughtonIn this unique, engaging novel, three teenage sisters move from America to the English countryside to stay with their eccentric grandparents after the mysterious disappearance of their mother. Through a series of strange and magical events, Charlemagne, Cairo, and Penny Agonistes discover that their grandparents and the other local residents are time travelers from a lost age and civilization.…

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Autonomy by Jude Houghton

Autonomy by Jude HoughtonIt’s the year 2035, a decade after a series of cataclysmic environmental events led to the breakdown of society and its resurrection by a global corporate/political force called “The Autonomy.” The Autonomy’s elite upper class rule with an iron fist, keeping the masses starving and working 14 hour factory shifts until their bodies become deformed.…

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Still Dreaming: Poetry and Short Stories by Ellie Rose McKee

Still Dreaming by Ellie Rose McKeeIn her latest collection, Still Dreaming, Ellie Rose McKee weaves together poetry and prose to consider themes of loss and longing, dreams, and family secrets. One story concerns a coffeehouse with a mysterious regular customer, while two different stories deal with young women in distress, one on the verge of losing her sight, another considering ending her life after suffering a traumatic event.…

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Soldier of Fortune (Book 1 of the Fortune Chronicles) by Kathleen McClure

Soldier of Fortune by Kathleen McClureGideon Quinn is a man with many enemies, and he’s not afraid of making a few more in pursuit of his goals. Wrongly convicted of treason and sentenced to an often-short life of hard labor, an uncommon deal is struck that grants Gideon one last chance to clear his name, or at least get back at the ones who sent him to his death.…

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