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Dig Too Deep – Amy Allgeyer

Dig Too Deep is a powerful novel to engage middle and senior high school readers, a worthy winner of the 2017 Green Earth Book Award for Young Adult-Fiction. Poisoned wells.    A bloody cough.    Secrets.    And silence. This is the story of a town … Continue reading

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Boone Shephard – Rollicking Read from Gabriel Bergmoser

Shifting between the 1960s back in time to the 1880s Boone Shepard, in his efforts to destroy evidence of a dark crime from his (long distant) past, hurtles from one misadventure to another.  The author employs a mix of slapstick … Continue reading

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The Big Lie – Julie Mayhew

And what a big lie it is – German governed England in 2014 – Jessika is torn between family love and fidelity to the regime that she has been brought up [brainwashed?] into revering, and the reactionary stance of her … Continue reading

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