Fishing for Something

By Andrew Scott Bassett

In Fishing for Something by Andrew Scott Bassett, John Barrett's life is spiraling downwards. His wife Darlene has just left him, he is overworked and underpaid. To make matters worse, his estranged brother Audie arrives in Oregon with the news of his father's passing and...

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Fire & Ice

By Megan W. Roma

Fire & Ice is a new adult contemporary romance novel written by Megan W. Roma. Skye was furious at her now ex-boyfriend, Darrell, and she fumed bitterly as she rode in the passenger seat of her friend, Sage’s BMW, as they followed the tow truck...

Forget Russia

By L Bordetsky-Williams

Forget Russia is a work of fiction in the historical fiction, family saga, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author L. Bordetsky-Williams. Written for adult reading audiences, the work is accessible to readers of most sensitivity levels and contains a small amount of...

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Fathers of Edenville

By Corrine Ardoin

Fathers of Edenville is a work of fiction written in the literary style by author Corrine Ardoin. A darkly dramatic tale penned for mature reading audiences, this slice of life explores powerful themes of jealousy and unfaithfulness in relationships. The central figures in this intrigue...

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Finding James

By Nancy Blaha

Karen hasn’t been back to her hometown in South Caroline since her twin brother killed himself years earlier. Getting a call from her alcoholic mother on the day she finds out her husband has been seeing another woman, she heads back to the place where...

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Footprints in the Dust

A powerful and heartfelt Ohio Civil War story
By L.E. Hutchinson

Sylvester W. Jeffrey, who was called S.W., lived with his siblings on the family farm in Putnam County in northwestern Ohio. Their parents died in 1847. When their grandfather died in 1852, the oldest brother Oliver took over the management of the farm. Aunt Sarah...

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Fly Toward Death

By Sally A. Laughlin

The year is 1941 and Nazi Germany is at war with Soviet Russia as well as most of Europe. In a break with tradition, the Soviet army begins recruiting women to train as soldiers and pilots to fight for the motherland. We follow three women...

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Feminomaniacs

By Neda Aria

Beginning and ending with death, Feminomaniacs: An Anthology is a collection of twenty equally disturbing, thought-provoking stories that reflect the state of the human psyche. In the title story Feminomaniacs, a woman challenges the purpose of being a female with a doctor who disagrees that...

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Fear Caller

By Beverly Hamowitz

Fear Caller by Beverly Hamowitz is the story of Ned as he realizes living is far scarier than dying. Coming back from the Civil War proves to be harder for rancher Ned Harper than he thinks it will be. The war leaves a huge mark...

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For A Few Dollars Less

By Elliot Stanton

For A Few Dollars Less by Elliot Stanton is your archetypal lad’s week away in Las Vegas for a group of seven, predominately middle-aged, British friends who want to send one of their company off into marriage in style. Sean Savage is the youngest of...

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