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Abduction and Raw Emotion in ‘The Atlas of Forgotten Places’

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Don’t let this exceptional new novel fall under the radar! Based on war-torn Africa and the innocent people caught in the middle, the stunning debut of The Atlas of Forgotten Places by Jenny D. Williams takes us to Uganda where a young girl, Lily, goes missing. The authorities are hard to come by and disorganized, so her aunt Sabine, a former aid worker, travels from Germany to the village where she was last seen. She intends to trace Lily’s steps and try to understand if she was in danger and kidnapped, or if she had a motive to disappear. At the same time a Ugandan woman, Rose (who was previously kidnapped and abused by the Lord’s Resistance Army but now back in…

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Kelly Harms’ Latest Novel is Your Perfect “Match” This Summer

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At BookTrib, we are constantly searching for the best ways to connect readers with writers, opening their eyes and worlds to fresh ideas! This is how we came across a wonderful group known as the Tall Poppies, who are not only avid readers, but extremely talented writers as well! This is the third installment of our weekly Tall Poppies book review series, and more are on the way! Kelly Harms has a knack for transporting her readers to the beautiful locations in which her books are set. In her debut novel, The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane, it was the sunny and windswept coast of Maine. Now, with The Matchmakers of Minnow Bay, Harms takes us to the snowy woods of…

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