In This Land of Plenty

By Mary Smathers

In This Land of Plenty by Mary Smathers introduces the reader to Nicole Sinclair. A woman who finds DNA documents that show a history far different than the Northern European background her father always said they had. With the help of her great-grandmother, she dives...

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In the Blood

By Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman

Iowa, 1948. Readers are presented with a bleak illustration of intolerance in America when you are judged by your skin color. In the Blood is inspirational in its plot, yet manages to picture a setting that is dangerous for a band of black jazz musicians...

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Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016

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By William H. Coles

Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016: Full Color Edition by William H. Coles is a gorgeous collection of short stories and novellas, with beautiful illustrations. The characters are exceptional, each featuring a complex protagonist in a challenging situation, from teachers to parents, to...

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In Other News

By Dale Robbins

Though this is unusual for me to do in a book review, I’m going to begin with my gut response on closing the novel In Other News by Dale Robbins: YES! Thank goodness another author is addressing not one, but several serious issues facing young...

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It Happened in Tuscany

By Gail Mencini

It Happened In Tuscany is a dramatic work of women’s fiction penned by author Gail Mencini. Accessible to all readers due to its clever and delicate approach to adult themes, this charming and intriguing story focuses on interpersonal drama, the after-effects of war and the...

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Invisible, as Music

By Caren J. Werlinger

Invisible, as Music by Caren J. Werlinger is an engaging, character-driven narrative with hints of romance. At almost forty, Henrietta Cochran is a loner, a woman who still suffers the effects of polio contracted in 1945. Physically limited, she pursues her artistic passion, and that...

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I Need; I Want

By William Liggins

I Need; I Want by William Liggins is a story that explores the drama and the challenging paths that actors sometimes travel to get into the limelight and the cost of staying there. Matt and Kayla are two aspiring artists and lovers and their ambition...

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In the Company of Strangers

By Awais Khan

Terrorist bombings are rife in Pakistan and Lahore, that country’s second-most populous city and one of its wealthiest, has its fair share. Another interesting fact is that 90% of Pakistani women suffer from domestic violence and Pakistan is the third most dangerous country in the...

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Island Jet 370

By L.A. Smith

Island Jet 370 by L.A. Smith is the story of three people who made some choices for their own benefit but these cause havoc for others. Jack Wellington is a pilot for a commercial airline who tries to do his best in every way possible....

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I Exist. Therefore I Am

By Shirani Rajapakse

I Exist. Therefore I Am by award-winning poet and author Shirani Rajapakse is a heartrending collection of women's stories from the different classes and parts of India. Drink Your Milk and Go to Sleep, the opening story, is not only gut-wrenching, but it is also...

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