White Sheets

Where the Hippies Meet the Klan
By Sue Riddle Cronkite

When peace-loving, long-haired hippies showed up in New Hope, Florida, people who lived in the small community had a variety of reactions. Some began to question their own beliefs about the Vietnam War, while others were adamantly opposed to the protesters. Margaret “Pidge” Reed is...

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Watch Over My Life

By Laura Ashley Gallagher

Watch Over My Life is a work of fiction in the contemporary romance, interpersonal drama, and emotive fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author Laura Ashley Gallagher. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains mild use of explicit language and...

Whole Lot of Hullabaloo

A Twenty-First Century Campus Phantasmagoria
By Christopher Fried

Whole Lot of Hullabaloo by Christopher Fried is A Twenty-First Century Campus Phantasmagoria. Troy Thomas has no idea what he wants to do with his life but lives a normal college life – attending class, watching the women, and going to parties. He and his...

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Watkins Glen

By Eleanor Lerman

In Watkins Glen by Eleanor Lerman, Susan had moved to the tranquil town of Watkins Glen fifteen years ago from New York. Now in her sixties, Susan had become estranged from her older brother Mark until she receives a call from his son, concerned for...

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Wanna Bet?

By Betsy Dudak

Wanna Bet? is a work of fiction in the contemporary romance genre. It is aimed at older readers and was penned by Betsy Dudak. The book follows single parent Harper as she gambles with the happiness of herself and her children by making a wager...

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Words We Never Say

By Heidi Dischler

Words We Never Say by Heidi Dischler is a moving young adult romance that pulls on your heartstrings. It centers on college-age Emery McQuain, who thinks she has her life pretty much in hand--plans for college, a boyfriend who loves her even if she is...

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Widow's Lace

By Lelita Baldock

In 1886, the poet Edward Barrington takes his sick wife to heal and enjoy the fresh Australian air. If she can overcome her illness, then perhaps they can lead the life they have wanted together. But things take a turn for the worse and create...

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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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We Can Order the Same or Taste Each Other's

A Novella
By Mark Anthony Smith

The title of the first section is “Sausage Rolls,” and the memories begin. Thirty years later, he and Marie discover both of them had the same school dinner every day – sausage roll and beans. He joined the army, she went to college, and they...

Wrong Man Down

A Millie Henshawe Novel
By Jerry Masinton

In Wrong Man Down by Jerry Masinton, Millie Henshawe is a professional assassin for a specialized contract killing agency, Continental Removals in Boston owned by Ralph Klammer. Her assignment seems simple; travel to Kansas airport and take out her target, gang boss Sheldon Kukich, as...

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