Secrets of the Suburbs

By Alisa Schindler

In an ode to the polished and poised housewife, Alisa Schindler ticks all the boxes in Secrets of the Suburbs. Lindsay is everything she's supposed to be, and has everything she's supposed to have ... on the outside. She was raised in an upper-middle class...

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She Made It Matter

By Chiara Talluto

In life, we are dealt things and experiences that in turn shape us and make us into who and what we are. In Amanda's life, she allowed her mother turning into a drunk when her father died to cause anger in her, and she refused...

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Sessions

Memoirs of a Psychotherapist
By Kathryn Foster

Sessions: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist by Kathryn Foster, PH.D. is an insightful read with characters that literally jump off the page and draw you into their world of chaos. Reading this book was like being there in the office, in the park, in the home...

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Slip Away

By Joel Durham Jr

Slip Away is the story of two broken brothers — Rudy and Rory Orrick —products of a truly dysfunctional family in which suicide is as common as tacos on Tuesdays. Together and apart, they must learn to deal with the tragic circumstances of their lives....

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Shattered Direction

By Edward A Dreyfus

Shattered Direction by Edward Dreyfus starts out with Harry realizing he had a problem and enlisting the help of Dr. Albertson, his psychiatrist, with putting the pieces of his life back together again. Everything seemed to be moving along well, Harry was receiving regular income...

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Saved By Default

Confessions of a Televangelist
By Paul Garber

David Randall knew his calling at a very young age. He was known for his gift of the gab and eloquent speech. And the boy could preach! While other children played t-ball, David, his twin brother, and their beautiful neighbor Mary practiced in the back...

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Shred of Evidence

By Leah Rae Lambert

The night before the birth of her baby, Rachel Gordon receives an eerie visit from her deceased husband Benjamin. He pleads with her to forgive him and asks her to name the baby after him. His last request, as he fades away, is for Rachel...

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Soldier On

By J.D. Wynne

I liked Soldier On. I liked it a lot. I am a former soldier and I read a lot of books about soldiering and the military in general. I usually like them, but sometimes the writing is weak or the point of view or attitude...

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Soul Swap With Journal & Poems

By Cameron Glenn

Soul Swap With Journal & Poems by Cameron Glenn is a daring yet delicate book about the struggles of existence and the thoughts that go through a person’s mind when faced with hopelessness and desolation. The book starts with the story of a boy whose...

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Some Way Home

A Memoir in a Myth
By David J. Kenney

Adam MacDonnel is a social worker who tries his best to do good. He deals with a very troubled young boy, Dylan, who goes through several foster homes until he is eventually adopted aged five. He then leaves his position and life moves on. Ten...

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