Canaryville Bridge

An Urban Mystery
By Paul Terrazino

Canaryville Bridge: An Urban Mystery by Paul Terrazino is a unique, thoroughly engrossing mystery involving searching for a birth mother and DNA. Based on true events, amateur sleuth Paul Terrazino helps his wife on her quest to find her biological mother, but it isn't easy...

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Comets

By Joseph Costa

Reality often serves as a great blueprint for fiction and Joseph Costa illustrates this in his brilliant novel, Comets. This is a twelve-story collection that connects with one another and takes place in Ybor City. Here you get to meet Roberto, a cabinetmaker’s son, whose...

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Comfrey, Wyoming

Marcela's Army
By Daphne Birkmyer

Comfrey, Wyoming: Marcela's Army by Daphne Birkmyer tells the story of a small town and its people and how things can connect them. The story begins with a fire in a house, which kills several people. A fireman rescues a young girl called Vera, who...

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Coyote Loop

A Novel
By L. C. Fiore

Coyote Loop: A Novel by L. C. Fiore is a gritty tale that follows one man’s journey to success, explores the challenges of parenting, and examines what a father will do to build a strong relationship with his daughter. Set in Chicago against the backdrop...

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Chasing Home

By Marianne Holmes

In Chasing Home, a splendid novel by Marianne Holmes, Dustin Upshaw is a twenty-something college dropout who gets into trouble nightly. Finally, he takes his delinquent life a step too far and is sentenced to 30 days in jail. But due to his family connections,...

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Children of Violence

By Luke Gherardi

Because of its uniqueness, Children of Violence by Luke Gherardi was quite a surprise that kept me thinking about its contents, characters, and style for days after I finished reading it. How did this author tap so deeply into my emotions in only 138 pages?...

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Common Kindred

By Isaac M. Lawton

Common Kindred by Isaac M. Lawton is a character-driven story that explores the importance of a supportive community in personal growth and strong themes like purpose, finding meaning, friendship, family, and love. When Joe decides to do what he really wants, he is unaware that...

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Cape Henry House

By Jolly Walker Bittick

Cape Henry House is a work of fiction in the coming of age, interpersonal drama, and humorous fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author Jolly Walker Bittick. Intended for the general adult reading audience, the book’s central plot follows a group of sailors who take...

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Cruise Time

Wrinkly Bits Book 1
By Gail Cushman

Cruise Time: Wrinkly Bits Book 1 by Gail Cushman is a comedic look at the life of our seniors, especially the part that few of us would wish to discuss – their sex lives. When three very different WWII veterans gather for a ship’s reunion...

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Carry On Singing

Quarantine Choir
By Julie Hodgson

Rosie Wilkins has a bit of a tiff with her husband Sal. When he claims her to be boring and no longer fun and adventurous, Rosie takes the words hard. She decides to travel solo to Pont de Sor, Portugal. In the sunny country, she...

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