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Blazing Your Own Trail: A Guide for Women on the Way Up

By Joan Walsh
(Wool Street Publishing, 140 pages)

Successful Kennett Square entrepreneur Joan Walsh packs this useful and inspirational guide with all sorts of information on how to revamp and modernize thinking patterns and discover new ways to thrive in a highly skilled marketplace. The perfect accessory to propel any motivated female professional to the next level.

Immaculate Deception
By Scott B. Pruden
(Codorus Press, 380 pages)

West Chester native and Main Line Today contributor Scott Pruden unveils a colorful, artistic persona in this thrilling murder mystery. Loaded with heart-pumping action and whodunit intrigue, his debut novel takes readers on a suspenseful journey through the eyes of down-on-his-luck ex-newsman Jon Templeton, whose postmortem mission comes with an earth-shattering twist.

Brilliant Frugal Living: How to Spend Less, Save More and Live Better Than You Ever Thought Possible
By Kristen Hagopian
(, 93 pages)

Written by a Chester County mom who practices what she preaches, Kristen Hagopian cut her family’s expenses by more than $50,000. Her no-frills spiral-bound guide delivers thoughtful and practical money-saving strategies, personal budgeting charts and more, offering hope to those in desperate need of a lifestyle change.

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