Good to Her

By Enid Harlow

“Good to Her” by Enid Harlow is a well-written novel. It is the love story of Nate and Sallie. It is the story of New York’s famous Dinty Moore’s restaurant and the owner James Moore. It is a story that takes place from 1935 to...

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Gideon's Chariot

A Chronical of the final days
By Harlan Wygant

"Gideon's Chariot" opens with the mysterious death in Langston, California, of Homicide Captain Brad Logan's brother-in-law, Jerry, who meets an unexplained and gruesome death. This is followed by the disappearance of Marshal Gordan, who reported having confronted an alien. The plot thickens when...

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Glorify Each Day

By John Banks

"Glorify Each Day" by John Banks has an unusual beginning. Eight year old Tommy tried to kill his mother’s dog in a fit of anger. The plot moves forward in time. Cheryl is talking with her therapist concerning her boyfriend. From the discussion it becomes...

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Goddess Seeker

By Stan Talbott

Goddess Seeker by Stan Talbott is a tongue in cheek tale. Runner, former teacher, sports event promoter, Steve was seeking the Goddess, Nike. He was sitting in his favorite spot at Jogger's Grill when he heard the voice of the deceased long distance runner, Steve...

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Gabriel's Daughters

By Janet Jensen

Gabriel’s Daughters by Janet Kay Jensen captured my attention from the first page and held it to the last. This is the story Zina Martin, sixteen years old, pregnant and abandoned by the man she thought loved her. Now she has no choice but to...

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Guava Dreams

By Mary Torre Kelly

"Guava Dreams" is a fictional memoir or, as the author writes, “A Memoir, Mostly True”. I questioned what was truth and what was fiction. The setting is the 1940`s and 1950`s. In 1946, at the close of WWII, George O’Neill moved his family from New...

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Glass Angel With Skillet

By F.V. Edwards

"Glass Angel With Skillet" takes place from 1906 to 1968. Thirty-two year old Dolly Leggett, a single mother with 3 children, is determined to start her own restaurant to support herself and her children. When Dolly opens the doors to Dolly’s Cafe in July 1906,...