Red Clay, Yellow Grass

A Novel of the 1960s
By Richard Barager

Red Clay, Yellow Grass: A Novel of the 1960s by Richard Barager is a fascinating story that combines romance with war to transport readers to an interesting setting in the sixties. Meet two people, orphan David Noble and Jackie Lundquist, college sweethearts whose relationship takes...

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Running from Color

A Novel
By Morenike'

Running from Color: A Novel by Morenike' starts with a personal letter from the author which expresses a racist experience she had at Walmart, one that opened her eyes to the painful reality of racism. At the end of the letter, she states with a...

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Recipe for Disaster

By Tracy Solheim

When I first read the synopsis for Recipe for Disaster, I couldn’t wait to dig in. I mean, Secret Service agents, art thieves, forgeries and a pastry chef…what’s not to like? Griffin Keller is on the hunt to catch a counterfeiter and the only clue...

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Rest In Fear

12 Short Horror Stories
By Trevor Mendham

A man digs himself out from his grave and discovers that death has changed him. A woman takes a short cut on her way back home and finds her path blocked by a clown. A distressed man going to work on a Monday morning is...

Ruby Dorn

By Paul Wychor

From the outset, Ruby Dorn has only the problems any other fifteen-year-old girl living in a small Minnesota town in the year 1875 might face: her mother recently died in childbirth, her father has been arrested for burning the crops on their farm that had...

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Renaissance

By Mark Miller

We all need rejuvenation at some point in our lives, something that will rekindle the thrill and passion we once had, and awaken us from our stupor, something that will set us on the right course again. Renaissance by Mark Miller is a collection of...

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Red River

By Bob Guess

Imagine yourself sitting at a table in the best restaurant in town, with a woman in front of you, her gun pointed at your crotch under the table, determined to make you a eunuch. That is how Red River by Bob Guess begins, and it...

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Roanoke

By Kathryn Sommerlot

When sixteen-year-old Audry's father dies, he leaves her in a difficult situation, as she comes under the protection of her elder sister, Alis, and her husband, John. In Roanoke, by Kathryn Sommerlot, John and Alis have determined to make a new beginning and in 1587...

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Ruby and Sal

Bk 1, The Unforgettables
By Jane O'Brien

Ruby and Sal by Jane O'Brien is the first book in The Unforgettables series, gripping and utterly fascinating. Encouraged by her friend, Ivy starts writing the story of her great-grandmother, Ruby, a woman who lived to be 102 years old. Now, the author is transported...

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Revenge

By Emiliya Ahmadova

Revenge by Emiliya Ahmadova is a short story addressing sensitive issues. Katrina had everything to live for; at fourteen years of age she had her whole life ahead of her. She attended the American Bishop High School in New York, and at first she had...

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