Shizue

A Tale of Family, War and Resilience
By Toshiharu Kano and Rita Kano

Toshiharu Kano and Rita Kano's historical fiction novel, Shizue: A Tale of Family, War and Resilience, is based on the life of a Japanese-American family that survives the catastrophic nuclear bombing of Hiroshima in 1945. Shizue and Toshiyuki are cousins, Japanese-Americans born in Hawaii. In...

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Sophistries of Summer Days

By Jennifer Williams

Fourteen-year-old Cherrimina was a quiet child. Her life revolved around Nanna (her grandmother) and her mother. The arrival of a foreigner, a woman named Dove, changed this situation. She and Cherrimina began spending time together. Then, one fateful night, Cherrimina witnessed Dove committing a crime....

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Sweet Jane

By Joanne Kukanza Easley

Sweet Jane is a work of literary, character-led fiction penned by author Joanne Kukanza Easley. It is written for adults due to some mature themes such as alcohol abuse, but also for mild use of explicit language and some sexual situations. The plot follows our...

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Surrendered Stories

With Photographs
By Kristin Fouquet

Surrendered Stories: With Photographs by Kristin Fouquet is a slim volume of four well-written and clever short stories embracing comedy, drama, tragedy, and suspense. Cocteau’s Ransom is a humorous tale about an ill-conceived dognapping. Nights at the Vestige is a poignant story about loneliness underscored...

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Sessions

A Psychological Noir
By B.J. Thompson

Sessions: A Psychological Noir by B.J. Thompson is a dark, disturbing psychological thriller that forces the reader to stay put on their seat and keep turning the pages. It is intelligently plotted and deftly written, featuring two compelling female characters as they explore each other's...

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Sudden Freedom

Home is where the Heart is
By Joseph Woodward

Sudden Freedom: Home is Where the Heart Is forms the final book in Joseph Woodward’s trilogy, Lost between the Continents. Ernest Woodward’s family has grown on the shores of the Ohio River in America. Putting aside the trials of his childhood, Ernest focuses on the...

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Seven Secrets

By Theresa Konwinski

Toxic secrets that have the power to alter the course of lives is the basis for Seven Secrets, a coming of age story written by Theresa Konwinski. Mike Fletcher arrives in rural Arlington, Ohio at the age of twelve. A miserable summer in a strange...

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Shades of Blue

The Journey of Awakening
By Gino Vallejo

Shades of Blue: The Journey of Awakening by Gino Vallejo is a stunning collection of poetry that transcends time and place with eighty poems that range from Cleopatra in Egypt to soldiers in Iraq. The collection explores themes of end days, love, sacrifice, and time...

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September Wind

By Kathleen Janz-Anderson

September Wind by Kathleen Janz-Anderson is a story with a huge potential for entertainment and a strong female protagonist. Emily’s mother dies in childbirth and she grows up on her grandparents’ farm in a life of hardship and struggle. Emily lives like a slave in...

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Survival Of The Fittest

By Robin Hawdon

Maurice Aldridge is a London-based antiquarian book dealer. Along with most independent bookshops in the age of the worldwide web, his business is struggling. He is surprised but cautiously optimistic therefore when invited to lunch at the Ritz by a rich American collector who entices...

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