Micah And The Angel

By Anita Batz

Alone, confused and scared, when Micah’s mother died, his future was uncertain. Having grown up in a rather strange place, the orphan of Athena Weston (alias of Amy Buckman Westlund), is searching for answers to his confusion in Micah and the Angel by Anita Batz....

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Minstrel

Tir Athair Volume 1
By Marissa Ames

An unlikely hero becomes the center of royal dispute and intrigue in Marissa Ame’s exciting tale, Minstrel. When Liam and his band of theatrical brothers arrive in the city of Cynegil, they have only the desire to make enough money to buy food and a...

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Mail Order Love

(Sweet Mail Order Bride Historical Romance Novel) (Oregon Mail Order Brides)
By Amy Blakelear

Mail Order Love by Amy Blakelear introduces us to Elizabeth (Ellie) Bates who finds herself in a precarious position. After the death of her family to typhoid, she finds herself working for her deceased brother's tyrant of a wife in Boston. When she learns that...

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Mythology

By Edith Hamilton

If you are looking for a classic book to listen to while driving to work or across the country, look no further than “Mythology” by Edith Hamilton. This audio book enriches a car ride and lets its readers get lost in stories of heroes, kings,...

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My Sister My Friend

By Joann Ellen Sisco

Joann Ellen Sisco's My Sister My Friend is a wonderfully warm book with a simple story that doesn't fail in any department. An exciting, heartwarming story about family, love, children and sacrifice. My Sister, My Friend is a book that can teach us a lot...

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Mercy Row

A Story of Progress, Crime, Love, Murder, and Revenge
By Harry hallman

In the opening pages of "Mercy Row" by Harry Hallman, you realize this is a serious story where some really serious stuff is about to go down. Rather than being a typical mob story replete with gunfights and explosions, "Mercy Row" is the story of...

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Mistress of My Fate

The Confessions of Henrietta Lightfoot
By Hallie Rubenhold

In “Mistress of My Fate” we meet Henrietta Ingerton Lightfoot. Miss Lightfoot was raised as the poor cousin in her uncle’s home. It was the home of a well to do, noble family. Miss Lightfoot had not a dowry and knew she had little hope...

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Mosby's Raiders Return

By Gerry A. Zimmerman

"Mosby’s Raiders Return" is a sequel to "Legacy of the Gray Ghost" and takes off right where the first book ends. 1958 was a great year for Willie Hairston. One accomplishment was becoming Mosby University’s first colored graduate. The other major success was coaching the...

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My Last Summer with You

No Fanfare for a Withered Rose
By Fidelis O. Mkparu

"My Last Summer with You: No Fanfare for a Withered Rose" begins in 2010. Joseph decides to stay in for lunch as the weather is cold and wintery. His secretary tells him that he has a telephone call and to his surprise, the call is...

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March with Me

By Rosalie Turner

Birmingham, Alabama, was a hot bed of trouble in 1963. There had been fifty unsolved bombings of black people's properties in the last twenty years. Black adults wanted no part of protest marches as they knew there would be retaliation. They watched over their children...

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