Simple Triple Standard

The Real Official, Almost True Backstory for Modern Commercial Radio
By Ray Palla

Simple Triple Standard pulls the curtains back on the 'glory days' of radio, the 1970s, and lets the reader experience life on the other side of the microphone. Simple Triple Standard opens at a small AM radio station, KNUT, and follows the newsman, Bryant Herman,...

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Shadow of the Raven

Sons of Kings Book 1
By Millie Thom

Millie Thom wrote a historical fiction story around the Vikings in Shadow of the Raven (Sons of Kings Book 1). Thom starts the story in the mid ninth century and explains how two kingdoms share a border near the mouth of the Thames. The two...

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Shanty Gold

Daughters of Ireland
By Jeanne Charters

In a fantastic read by debut author Jeanne Charters, Shanty Gold, the story of a young Irish girl, Mary Boland, will captivate readers from beginning to end. Taking place in 1849, the story begins with Mary being found almost dead alongside a road. The great...

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Sewing Can Be Dangerous and Other Small Threads

By S. R. Mallery

Other than needle-pricked fingers and scissor cuts, it's hard to imagine the fine art of sewing as being a dangerous occupation. Then again, millions of young people continue to slave away in sweatshops all over the world; so a story like the one about an...

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Steel Shamrocks

The Sons of Annie McKenna
By David M. Quinn

The McKennas and the McKeevers have a long and fascinating family history. Steel Shamrocks traces the families back to Ireland in the early 1800s. The story of these two families begins on their tenant farms in rural Ireland, under the hard-fast thumb of English landlords....

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Sunni

The Life and Love of King Tutankhamun's Wife
By Julianna Boyer

The life of King Tut, boy king, pharaoh of Egypt, became a point of fascination for many with the discovery of his tomb. He was so young to be in such an esteemed position. He was also very young to think of having a wife....

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Saint-Gaudens Cypher

By Meg Penfield Marker

Saint-Gaudens Cypher by Meg Penfield Marker tells the story of how a young women named Gwen embarks upon a mammoth task to uncover a mystery which has remained unsolved for hundreds of years. A mysterious medallion is left to her by her late Uncle Arthur....

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