Out Of The Darkness

A Novel
By Jeanne Fortune

Out of the Darkness: A Novel by Jeanne Fortune is a deep, compelling novel about overcoming hardship for the YA audience. This story is more than just a story of a girl from Haiti adjusting to life in America; it's grounded in social issues too,...

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Obsidian Wraith

By Nathan Wilson, S. E. Nin

After losing his wife and unborn child in a siege, Shindara attempts to guide his wife’s spirit to the next realm by meddling with a force he doesn't understand: the Yomi, the world of darkness. Consequently, he begins to fade away while his soul is...

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Out of the Rabbit Hutch

By Nanette L. Avery

Out of the Rabbit Hutch is a work of historical fiction focused on culture and colonization, penned by author Nanette L. Avery. Set largely in America before and after the Civil War, in this story we meet Mallabal as he journeys from the destruction of...

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On the Brink of the Nile

By Mahi Wasfy

A mesmerizing story with a strong sense of conflict and an international setting in Egypt between 2001 and 2002, On the Brink of the Nile by Mahi Wasfy plunges the reader into an Islamic world where one woman struggles to empower students and parents, standing...

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Our Eternal Curse

Another Tribe
By Simon Rumney

Our Eternal Curse: Another Tribe by Simon Rumney is part of a series that covers the many lives and deaths of one woman throughout history, a woman who seems destined to play a large part in the history of whatever time period and place she...

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One-Two

By Igor Eliseev

One-Two is a psychological drama written by Igor Eliseev. They were born as conjoined twins; there had been talk of letting them die at birth, words whispered in the delivery room and its environs. The two infant females survived; however, the difficulty of the delivery...

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Ouroboros

By Kevin Kauffmann

Who among us wouldn’t want to experience our fantasies as reality? At least on the surface that’s what many of us long for. But in Kevin Kauffmann’s new work, Ouroboros, many users of the new designer drug, Escape, find that what they thought they were...

One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians

By Mr Carl Faehrmann

There are a number of murders being committed in Ottawa, Canada. Is there a serial killer loose throughout Ottawa and, if so, what is the motive? In One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians by Carl Faehrmann, Inspector Donnelly wondered what the common thread of...

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Once Upon a Mulberry Field

By C. L. Hoang

This wonderful, touching novel, Once Upon a Mulberry Field by C.L. Hoang, follows the memories and experiences of Roger, a widower now living in a senior community home. Although he is significantly older than most protagonists in the fiction book market, Roger is an active...

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Oblivia

By Debbie Boucher

“Oblivia”, written by Debbie Boucher, takes the reader into the South American country of Bolivia. Bolivia’s political factions and the United States State Department appointees all have an agenda of their own and Peace Corp Volunteers find themselves in the middle of it all. The...

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