The Land That Shivers

By Ebele Ufondu

The honest, urgent, and disheartening message buried at the core of Ebele Ufondu’s blistering indictment of endemic, systemic corruption, The Land That Shivers, a fictional depiction of contemporary Nigerian society – though universally applicable, even in so-called “developed” nations – is this cogent observation offered...

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Sagas & Sea Smoke

By Susan Nicol

Sagas & Sea Smoke by Susan Nicol is a contemporary novel about an extraordinary young archaeologist, Audrey Vincent. The fictional story draws its setting from an actual Norse archaeological site, L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland. The site is thought to have been settled by Leif...

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Soyala

Daughter of the Desert
By Cindy Burkart Maynard

There is something startlingly but identifiably satisfying about Cindy Burkart Maynard’s historical fiction novel, Soyala: Daughter of the Desert. Because of the inherent mystery and widespread interest surrounding Native American stories and legends, much of which has become embedded in the greater inclusiveness of a...

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Handwritten Tales

What Is Taboo
By Jim D Buchanan

Handwritten Tales: What Is Taboo by Jim D Buchanan explores how we as humans have a deep-seated need to communicate. We communicate in many ways these days between text, email and phone communications, although some ways have fallen by the wayside. Handwritten communication is one...

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Crossing Over

By Paul Clayton

Crossing Over by Paul Clayton tells the story of an American family trying to survive the beginnings of the second civil war. Set some time in the not-too-distant future, the existence of two simultaneous presidents has split the country along ideological lines. The protests are...

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Screwed

A Prison Story
By Chester Hart

Chester Hart worked in a prison. He understands the unique culture and attitudes that dominate among staff running correctional facilities, and he holds nothing back in this extraordinary story. Screwed: A Prison Story is fiction, but it's a fact-based, no-holds-barred exposure of the realities of...

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Never Sold Out

By Douglas Frank Marsh

Never Sold Out by Doug Marsh with Carlo Brigola begins with a typical story of a young man in a band in the eighties and a spare ticket to a Van Halen concert. Fast forward to the nineties and Carlo, the owner of a CD...

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Song of Songs

A Novel of the Queen of Sheba
By Marc Graham

As daughter of the mukarrib of Maryaba, Makeda's life could only ever be atypical. Her mother's status as a slave diluted the prestige Makeda's birthright possessed, but even that is irrevocably changed when raiders sweep through the fields of Maryaba, their presence and the destruction...

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Jugend

By Aalia Lanius

Jugend by Aalia Lanius is a historical fiction novel that is set in 1937 Europe juxtaposed with events unfolding in 2017 in the United States of America. Fourteen-year-old Ernst, an enthusiastic member of the Hitler Youth, is chosen to participate in what is made to...

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Evening in the Yellow Wood

By Laura Kemp

Evening in the Yellow Wood is a paranormal coming of age novel written by Laura Kemp. Justine’s childhood essentially ended one afternoon when her mother came and dragged her out of the community swimming pool where she was hanging out with her friend, Sherry. As...

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