Raider of the Scottish Coast

By Marc Liebman

Leadership, seamanship, tactics, and courage: These four qualities that define a great naval officer are what Marc Liebman explores in Raider of the Scottish Coast, a historical naval adventure set during the American Revolution. We have two main protagonists trying to make a difference in...

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Dangerously In Love

By TJ Hope

T. J. Hope's Dangerously In Love is about Bianca Parker, a young woman who struggles with low self-image, distrust in relationships, and mental illness. Bianca's mental illness is inherited from her mother, who left her in a dumpster when she was a week old, murdered...

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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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The Ping-Pong Champion of Chinatown

By James Hanna

The Ping-Pong Champion of Chinatown by James Hanna is a hoot and a half. What makes it so fabulous is the character/narrator—Gertie McDowell, 23, of Turkey Roost, Kentucky. The narrative consists of a group of her journal “scribblings,” and Gertie belongs in the top list...

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At the Stroke of Nine O'Clock

By Jane Davis

At the Stroke of Nine O’'Clock by Jane Davis is a pulse-pounding historical novel that follows three women against the backdrop of post-war London as they struggle to create a life for themselves. It is set in 1949 and introduces readers to Caroline Wilby, a...

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Solidarity

By Andre Wallace

Solidarity by Andre Wallace is a dramatic work of fiction about friendship and love that touches the heart, mind, and soul. The plot centers on five friends, beginning in 1967, when conflict, change, and fighting for rights are the norm. The setting is a rural...

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A Foolish Game

A Regency Romance, Regency Brides
By Laura Beers

Another wonderful Regency romance from Laura Beers is A Foolish Game, set in a world of duty and politeness, a world where correct behavior rules. The thought of matrimony terrifies Lady Isabella Beauchamp, daughter of a deceased Marquess and sister to Lord Everett, the current...

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Running Behind Time

By Jan Turk Petrie

Tom Brookes had to return to his mother’s home in Stoatsfield, located in the Cotswolds. It was July 2020, and he was on furlough from his job at a travel agency, due to the coronavirus. In July 1982, Beth Sawyer who lived in East Sussex...

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The Cottage at the End of the World

By Jenny Twist

The Cottage at the End of The World by Jenny Twist is not your typical science fiction story. It is more a tale about a group of people faced with a devastating pandemic and how they survive it. The story starts out as a pleasant...

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Mt. Moriah's Wake

A Novel
By Melissa Norton Carro

Mt. Moriah’s Wake by Melissa Norton Carro is a gripping tale about JoAnna Wilson, an aspiring writer from the countryside, and her inner struggles to reconcile her unspeakable past with the possibilities of the future. Jo, as her family and close friends lovingly call her,...