The Cottage at the End of the World

By Jenny Twist

The Cottage at the End of The World by Jenny Twist is not your typical science fiction story. It is more a tale about a group of people faced with a devastating pandemic and how they survive it. The story starts out as a pleasant...

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Mine Forever

A Young Adult Romance
By Skylar Nightingale

Mine Forever: A Young Adult Romance by Skylar Nightingale is an engaging YA romance that will break your heart and lift your spirits. Teenagers Javon and Billie Rose are best friends, but she doesn't seem to know that he now has romantic feelings for her....

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Something in Madness

DarkHorse Trilogy, Book 3
By Ed Protzel

Ed Protzel's Something in Madness is set in post-Civil War Turkle, Mississippi. Durksen Hurst, a white former Union Army captain of a black unit, returns home to Mississippi with Antoinette, Big Josh, Long Lou, and a boy named Caleb, only to find that blacks are...

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Molto Grande

By Dick Franklin

Molto Grande by Dick Franklin, as the name suggests, is a very big adventure into a life far removed from our perception by the passage of time; twin journeys of two young Italian brothers, originating from a small village called Little Ariccia in the year...

October Storms

By Amanda Collins Beams

October Storms by Amanda Collins Beams is set in the late 1800s in central Illinois, although the first and last parts are set in the 1970s. October Storms starts off with two friends looking forward to sightseeing at Robert Allerton Park, which has a Georgian-style...

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Singing Grass

By Ian M. Evans

Singing Grass by Ian M. Evans interweaves New Mexico’s complex history with a thought-provoking case between a clinical psychologist struggling with a difficult, crushing past and a man whose story possesses a troubling likeness to American frontiersman Kit Carson. When Dr. Richard Young accepts the...

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Where There's A Will

A Glass Dolphin Mystery
By Judy Penz Sheluk

When the executor of a will has two antique specialists appraise some pieces from an estate, they find more than they bargain for in the fascinating amateur sleuth mystery, Where There's A Will (A Glass Dolphin Mystery: Book 3) by Judy Penz Sheluk. When asked...

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The Old Men Who Row Boats and Other Stories

By David Joseph

In this collection of short stories, prepare to be immersed in the day-to-day activities of some charming characters from different walks of life. David Joseph combines several romantic and dreamy themes in The Old Men Who Row Boats and Other Stories: boat rides, art galleries,...

Reforming the Duke

A Regency Romance
By Laura Beers

In Reforming the Duke, Laura Beers takes us back to the early 1800s where we meet three sisters who are very good at matchmaking couples with the emphasis on a ‘love match’ and not the usual status and financial matching of the time. They have...

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Eleonora and Joseph

Passion, Tragedy, and Revolution in the Age of Enlightenment
By Julieta Almeida Rodrigues

Eleonora and Joseph by Julieta Almeida Rodrigues is a passionate novel of love and revolution. In 1799, Eleonora Pimentel stands before the High Court of the Kingdom of Naples. She has been accused of treason. During her trial, Eleonora pens a memoir, giving details of...

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