Redemption

The Further Adventures of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer
By Andrew Joyce

Redemption: The Further Adventures of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer by Andrew Joyce is a fantastic book. Most of us have read Mark Twain’s stories about two young boys and their life in Hannibal, Missouri by the time we are in the sixth grade. What...

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River Braids

A Novel
By Marcy Luikart

River Braids by Marcy Luikart is an intricately woven tale which spans a one-hundred-year time frame and several generations. Initially, the setting is 2004 when Sonny has returned to his home town to tend to his dying father. When meeting his friends at the local...

Return to Rocky Gap

By Toni Morrow Wyatt

Toni Wyatt Morrow’s book, Return to Rocky Gap, portrays one family’s hardships and triumphs during the Great Depression. Amelia Monroe’s personal story is one of joys and accomplishments in the backwoods of Arkansas, against seemingly impossible odds. In her later years, she experiences Alzheimer’s disease....

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Roswell Redemption

By Cindi Crane

Carolyn Kane and her friend Kacey are scouring Roswell, Georgia, in the hopes of finding the perfect location to open a restaurant. When Caroline is told about Greyson Manor, one of the original plantation homes in the area, it sounds perfect. When her realtor approaches...

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Remember Me

By Sanela Ramic Jurich

Selma Jovanovic is in the eighth grade when war breaks out in Bosnia in 1992. Her mother is a Bosnian Muslim while her father is Bosnian Catholic and Selma has enjoyed a delightful young life until the Yugoslavian army attacks the Muslims and Catholics of...

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River in the Sea

By Tina Boscha

Tina Boscha has written "River in the Sea", a poignant novel of the Dutch Friesans and how a family and a small town dealt with German occupation and the end of World War II. Based upon what the author learned from her mother about this...

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Run, Jeddie, Run

By Alice Blue

Al Hagan, aka, Uncle Dutch and Jeddie had been on the run for the last twelve years. He accidentally grabbed the saddle bag with the ransom money in it. He couldn’t return Jeddie to his parents because they would blame him for the kidnapping. Not...

Rosalie

By Mary Katherine Arensberg

Rosalie’s parents were very controlling. They wanted to protect her from all bad things. She was only allowed to be with proper people and to have only the right education. They sought respect and honor for their children. The setting is the early 1900s in...

Ringside 1925

Views from the Scopes Trial
By Jen Bryant

In 1925, Tennessee passed a state law against teaching “any theory that denies the story of creation of man as taught in the bible, and to teach instead that man descended from a lower order of animals.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scopes_Trial). John Scopes, high school science teacher, was...