Our Duty

By Gerri Hilger

In Our Duty by Gerri Hilger set in the midst of WWII, two women, Polly and Aggie, meet during nursing school. At a time when all Americans are called upon to help Uncle Sam overseas, we follow along with these two nursing students who are...

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The War Comes Home

The Saga Begins When...
By John Hansen

I’m sixty years old. I was a kid during the turbulent ’60s. I graduated from high school in 1976. I missed the Vietnam draft by about a year. So, I lived through the times described by John Hansen in The War Comes Home. Never have...

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The Slum Angel

By AnneMarie Brear

Victoria has been living with her rich aunt and uncle and cousins since she was 12 years old and has enjoyed a life of prestige. She is now a young woman and she is beginning to look around her and realize just how privileged...

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A Savage Kultur

By Monique Roy

A Savage Kultur is a work of intense personal dramatic and historical fiction penned by author Monique Roy. Set in the Holocaust literature genre during the period of the Second World War and two generations later, this engaging work centers on Ava, a Jewish art...

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Coulee Abolitionists

By Steven Kent Olson

In Coulee Abolitionists by Steven Kent Olson, a historical story set in 1854, 14-year-old Anton Narvik was living a normal life until one day his life was changed because of a simple truth. Fugitives were hiding in a coulee valley on their farm, and there...

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Friendly Casualties

By Tom Glenn

“Even now, after almost forty years, I still hurt. And I’m one of the lucky ones.” Friendly Casualties is a novel consisting of short stories compiled to create overall vivid imagery of author Tom Glenn’s experience and memories of Vietnam. As a rare strategy often...

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We Shall See the Sky Sparkling

By Susana Aikin

Susana Aikin’s We Shall See the Sky Sparkling tells the tale of a young Edwardian girl who was disowned and removed from her family for wanting to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. Lily Throop quickly finds out how hard it is to be...

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Beneath A Dancing Star

By Michael Casey

Beneath A Dancing Star is an intense work of murder, historical and suspenseful fiction penned by author Michael Casey. Written for adults due to its dramatic themes and occasionally graphic content, we find ourselves at the harrowing tail end of the First World War, where...

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Hickory Trail

By Scott Vaughan

Hickory Trail (Memories of a Home Book 3) by Scott Douglas Vaughan is a novel based on the author's time growing up on Hickory Trail, a place situated two miles from downtown Acorn in north Georgia. Frank Wilcox is the author's alter ego and the...

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The Trickster Dreamer

A Novella
By S.C. Tzavella

The Trickster Dreamer by S.C. Tzavella is a short supernatural novella. Shallowland is a magical world where a spirit photographer lives. Known as the Man in the Stovepipe Hat, William Mumler, along with Magiana, his wife, is trying hard to prove that ghosts do exist....

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