The American Governess

By Kay Bell

Kay Bell's novel The American Governess is set in Queensland, Australia. Becky Golding, owner of the Glen Eira cattle station, is an American who has lived in Australia since 1967. She is now 72. Chase Miller, a young American backpacker, is hired as a handyman...

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The Monster

By Josh Soule

The Monster by Josh Soule is the story of a simple young man who finds out that life has a heavy hand to play and it might be against him. This is the story of a man who has always been at odds with himself...

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The Judge Merit Golfing Club

By Matt Hargrove

The Judge Merit Golfing Club by Matt Hargrove takes place in a tiny town in Texas in the late 1800s. A young teenage boy, Sam Stallings, shows up with two hundred dollars cash in his pocket, carrying a set of golf clubs in a bag,...

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The Man Who Voted for Trump

By Gilligan Malden

A contemporary re-imagining of Dante’s beloved Divine Comedy never read this well. His travels through hell, purgatory, and paradise are re-interpreted as a working-class American, disillusioned at the prospects of having a better life, finds hope in Donald Trump’s gift of the gab that runs...

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The Bootlegger's Wife

By Denise Devine

The Bootlegger’s Wife by Denise Devine takes place in 1925 during the days of prohibition. Charlotte LeDoux and her bootlegger husband Gus own a night club together but this life style is about to end. As the club is raided by federal agents, Charlotte discovers...

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The Orphan - A Portrait of Courage

Third World Women's issues.
By Paul Winston Rice

Inspired by Paul W. Rice’s personal experiences in Ethiopia, The Orphan: A Portrait of Courage is an inspiring historical novel about a strong woman named Yodit. Her story begins in 1983, during one of Ethiopia’s worst droughts. An orphan after her father murdered her mother,...

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The Neon God

By Ben D'Alessio

The Neon God: A Novel is first and foremost a story about New Orleans. While it could be argued New Orleans is merely the backdrop, I'd say no other city could support what happens within this story. Dionysius, the God of Revelry and Wine, or...

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The Nine

A Novel
By Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg

The Nine by Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg is a novel about the Webber family and their experiences with an elite boarding school. Hannah and Edward enroll their talented son in the exclusive Dunning Academy despite the exorbitant cost. The difficulty of keeping up with the fees...

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The Experiment

By Robin Lamont

The Experiment by Robin Lamont is the story of an animal welfare investigator who is trying to find her rookie investigator, but she soon realizes that everything is not as it seems. Jude Brannock knew that her profession was not easy; there are dangers you...

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The Girl in Red

A Chilling Psychological Thriller
By John Nicholl

The Girl in Red: A Chilling Psychological Thriller by John Nicholl is a novel with strong psychological underpinnings, a novel that explores the depths of an abusive relationship and what it takes to make difficult choices. Kathy finds herself in a fix, for what began...