Plague of Flies

Revolt of the Spirits, 1846
By Laurel Anne Hill

Plague of Flies: Revolt of the Spirits, 1846 is a work of fiction in the historical, cultural, and fantasy subgenres. It is intended for the young adult reading audience and was penned by author Laurel Anne Hill. As the title suggests, we find ourselves in...

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Sacred Mounds

By Jim Metzner

Sacred Mounds by Jim Metzner reads like a magical mystery tour thanks to a clever plot involving spiritual time travel and body switching. The story starts innocently enough with the main character, Salvador Lewis Samuels, trying to save a young woman from drowning in the...

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Asha Of The Air

By John Huddles

Asha Of The Air is a work of fiction in the fantasy, mythology, and spiritual subgenres. It is intended for the general reading audience and was penned by author John Huddles. In the wasteland of a long-since abandoned Planet Earth, a mysterious futuristic figure from...

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Unfinished

The Inspired Life of Elisabetta Sirani
By Kelly Evans

Born into an artistic family in Bologna, Elisabetta Sirani (1638-1665) is gifted with skills beyond her years, skills that demonstrate her talent at a very early age. Her father, Giovanni Andrea Sirani, has a prosperous studio, but at first, he refuses to train his daughters....

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The Calling Buds Remix

By B. Coyne Davies

The Calling Buds Remix, by B. Coyne Davies, is a character-driven novel set against the backdrop of a medical marijuana startup, or rather, sanctioned marijuana. The main character is Ray, a wounded Iraq war veteran who's lost two fingers and perhaps part of himself. Trying...

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Behind the Adobe Wall

By Joanne Cunningham

Diana Hunter reeled with grief from the loss of her husband, Brian. She couldn’t even find his body. A friend of Diana’s named Eva suggested a trip to her family in Mexico, where she would find peace. The remote village school also needed an English...

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Identity Crisis

How the West Was Lost
By T.K. Kanwar

Identity Crisis by author T.K. Kanwar is a work of fiction in the contemporary social issues and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is intended for the mature adult reading audience owing to the use of moderate explicit language throughout and the presence of violent scenes. Written...

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Wilde Type

By HK Jacobs

Dr. Alexandra Wilde is fully dedicated to her work as a critical care physician for children in different countries, including Haiti, Mongolia, and Botswana. In Botswana, she happens to meet Ian Devall—a rich, charming, and ill-mannered philanderer who threatens to wear down her defenses and...

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Royal Podium

How to prepare for command performances of The Sleeping Beauty and La Bohème and the circumstances thereof
By Alexander Jonathan Diack

When music conductor Maestro Leigh-Winter failed to remember that the national anthem should be played upon the arrival of the monarch, he was dismissed. Robin Landour takes his place in the symphony orchestra as Master of Music and is tasked with converting an underpaid and...

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These Walls Between Us

A Memoir of Friendship across Race and Class
By Wendy Sanford

These Walls Between Us: A Memoir of Friendship across Race and Class by Wendy Sanford is an important, moving memoir for our times, based on a friendship that was never meant to be, but flourished nevertheless. Set in New England in the 1950s, Mary White...

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