Midnight Marriage

A Georgian Historical Romance
By Lucinda Brant

"Midnight Marriage" continues the saga of the Roxton family, which began with "Noble Satyr" (recently reviewed). Antonia and Roxton’s son, Julian, is wayward and headstrong, to the point where his father, fearing he will either make a disastrous marriage or litter the country with illegitimate...

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Mogadishu Diaries 1992-1993

Bloodlines
By Eddie Thompkins III

Written by a US Marine, "Mogadishu Diaries 1992-1993: Bloodlines" shares his deployment to Somalia. Although they were welcomed by the villagers upon arrival, the tone quickly became volatile. Every turn, every step, is possibly the last in this very real experience. Politics are rampant, especially...

Maya Lord

By John Coe Robbins

“Maya Lord” by John Coe Robbins is a superbly realistic rendition of historic events in the context of a fictional tale. Robbins imagines the initial contact between Spanish Conquistadors and the native Maya and Aztec peoples. The story records a realistic interplay over a period...

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Mi'kmaq Song

By Pat Cher

Newly divorced, Maggie lives a pretty mundane life. She learns the old customs and language of her ancestors, the Mi’kmag people, through her grandmother Maggie and they linger in her memories. After her grandmother’s death, Maggie finds solace in her dreams where her grandmother still...

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Magical Maya

Adventures of Bobby and Eli
By Nick Cherukuri

Life is never exciting enough for fourteen-year-old Bobby Irukurehc. Part of Bobby’s problem is that his life is already mapped out for him: prep school, Harvard, and then joining the family law firm. Bobby wants something more, something of his own choice. The family is...

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Miscarriage of Justice

By Kip Gayden

Miscarriage of Justice is a fictional tale based on a true story. It is the early days of the women’s suffrage movement. Walter Dotson was a counselor at a Christian Camp when he met Anna Dennis, his future wife. He was attracted to her from...

Mrs. Lieutenant

A Women's Friendship Novel
By Phyllis Zimbler Miller

The setting is 1970, Fort Knox, KY, the Vietnam era. Kim, Donna, Sharon and Wendy were unlikely friends. They had little in common. They came from diverse backgrounds and had very different personalities. Yet these four women join, sharing strength and support for each other....

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