Gold in Havilah

A Novel of Cain's Wife
By Jean Hoefling

Gold in Havilah: A Novel of Cain's Wife by Jean Hoefling explores the extent of Akliah's desire to be with her brother, Cain. In addition to her infatuation, the book explores how far Cain wandered away from the righteous path of his parents due to...

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Gray Girl

Honor isn't always black and white
By Susan I Spieth

Gray Girl by Susan I. Spieth is an intriguing documentation of life as a female plebe at West Point. While Cadet Jan Wishart struggles to fit into the predominately male class of future Army officers, she discovers the obstacles in her way are not only...

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God of Small Affairs

By Olga Werby

God Of Small Affairs is a work of fantasy fiction centered on themes of culture, belief, community, and hope, and was penned by author Olga Werby. Set in a small town in the mid-west, our central character Jon Uolan is descended from the elders of...

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Grace Rider

By Murray Pura

Huck fought in Vietnam and returned home with the terrors of the jungle still inside him. He was a minister at a time when the Columbine High School shooting shocked the nation and he had to console those who had lost loved ones. He lost...

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Gichi Manidoo

By Charles J. Musser

Gichi Manidoo by Charles J. Musser tells of a realtor, Federico Garcia, a PTSD-suffering veteran from the conflict in Afghanistan, who befriends Marie, the woman whose husband’s house he is trying to sell. Marie, who appears to be a profoundly troubled woman, takes a sudden...

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Grouper's Laws

By D. Philip Miller

Grouper’s Laws is a work of fiction aimed at new adults and mature young adults, penned by author D. Philip Miller. Set as a coming of age drama in high school in the early 1960s, we find ourselves at Fenton High School with a group...

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Gilded Summers

By Donna Russo Morin

Gilded Summers is a work of Gilded Age historical fiction penned by author Donna Russo Morin. At the turn of the twentieth century, class divides still pertain between the haves and have-nots of Newport, Rhode Island. The tale focuses on one household in particular, where...

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Girl From The Tree House

By Gudrun Frerichs

When Elizabeth lost both her parents at an early age, she was taken care of by Horace Reid and his sister Helen. To the outside world, Elizabeth was cared for and kept safe by the siblings and when she married Horace at the age of...

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Gracie's Gone

By Carol Soloway

Gracie's Gone by Carol Soloway is the story of two people who just became a family, but a tragedy hits them hard and nothing is the same after that. Alexandra and David found each other when things were not going that well in their lives....

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Grant Avenue

By James Celano

Grant Avenue is a work of literary dramatic fiction penned by author James Celano, and is self-described as ‘A Novel in Twelve Stories’. Focused on the theme of coming of age, our central hero is Nick Castagno, born into a working-class neighborhood and a Catholic...

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