Once Upon a Tome by Oliver Darkshire

An unlooked-for career in antiquarian and rare bookselling brings all sorts of adventures and misadventures in the dusty, musty world of old books and the eccentric types who populate the bookselling trade. Fully engaging and enchanting, highly literary in tone and subject.
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The Waters by Bonnie Jo Campbell

Set in the Great Massasuaga Swamp of northern Michigan this tale of five women who are both at odds with each other and inextricably bonded by family blood is a compelling read that will satisfy readers of literary fiction and women’s issues as well as contemporary social problems.
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The Second Sight of Zachary Cloudesley

A boy, who, having lost an eye fulfills his infant promise as one who can see inside others’ minds, has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and an adventurous spirit that propels him on a quest to rescue a father unjustly imprisoned in 18th century Constantinople.
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