A Stranger To Strange Fruit

An Artist's Portrait Of Murder And Mayhem
By Craig Wells

Craig Wells is a writer of bold ideas, and his narrative can be ribald when the situation calls for it. In A Stranger to Strange Fruit: An Artist’s Portrait of Murder and Mayhem, he doesn’t shy away from vivid illustrations of the dark side of...

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15 Minutes and Before 15 Minutes

By Linda P Young

Linda P Young's 15 Minutes and Before 15 Minutes is a two-part story. In the first story, a predator lurks in the shadows and ventures out into the world, looking for vulnerable prey. He has a need that can only be sated by killing a...

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Chasing the Best Days

By Philip Wyeth

From most points of view, Greg is living the dream. Chasing the Best Days by Philip Wyeth tells how after years of him providing for his family, Greg’s wife Robin decides that she is not happy and files for divorce. The resulting loss of the...

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Sons of Adam

The Pentalogue Book 1
By E. A. Rohrmoser

Sons of Adam is a work of literary fiction with elements of magical realism and mysticism and was penned by author E. A. Rohrmoser. Written for adults due to some sexual content, this book forms the first novel of The Pentalogue, which collects tales of...

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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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The 35¢ Dowry

By Maryvonne Fent

Maryvonne Fent’s The 35₵ Dowry highlights the difficult childhood of Minouche, a young French girl whose early life was shrouded in violence, abuse, poverty and undying love for her mother. Minouche dreams of travel, education, and love, which all seemed just slightly out of reach...

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Body Language

Short Stories
By Marylee MacDonald

Body Language: Short Stories by Marylee MacDonald is a collection of satisfying short stories, each leaving the reader feeling as though they have just consumed a well-baked cookie. The stories are gorgeous and depict a wide range of characters as they follow their natural instincts....

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All But One

By Julie Oleszek

All But One is a work of fiction written in the drama genre with many tragic elements and hardships. It is aimed at a primarily adult audience and was penned by author Julie Oleszek. The work continues The Fifth Floor trilogy as the third and...

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Port of No Return

By Michelle Saftich

Michelle Saftich's historical fiction story, Port of No Return, follows the Saforo family’s struggle for survival in war-torn Europe between 1944-1950. In German-occupied Italy, Ettore Saforo is a mechanic employed to maintain German ships and submarines in Fiume, a strategic seaport. In 1944, an air...

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Terribilita

By Ben Wyckoff Shore

Some authors possess a very subtle but potent knack for continuously compelling their reader’s attention, a talent for plotting and presence that makes the avid reader almost unwittingly keep turning pages. Most assuredly, author Ben Wyckoff Shore possesses this particular knack, and his desperately good...

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