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Rivers on Fire
By Paul Buchheit

Paul Buchheit's 1871: Rivers on Fire is an emotionally involving account of true fires--physical and emotional. Set against the backdrop of the historic fires of Chicago and Peshtigo, a married couple is caught up in the flames, and the social issues that come before and...

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The Trafficking Murders

By Brian O'Hare

Increasingly these days, one hears about sex trafficking, but, like incest, it is very much a hidden reality that most believe doesn’t happen in their neighborhoods. That’s why well-researched novels like Brian O’Hare’s The Trafficking Murders need to be written and read. The truth about...

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Listen To The Colours

By J.L. Dupont

Listen To The Colours is a historical war novel written by author J. L. Dupont. Told through multiple POV's including a young child, a Polish prisoner, and a German Nazi, Listen To The Colours deals with the everyday experiences of ordinary people amid war and...

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Vicarious Vacations

By Michael Wojciechowski

Paige Reynolds considered herself a plain Jane and sourced validation from social media platforms. She didn’t have a huge following on her accounts; her likes were low, and comments were discouraging. Alexis, her former high schoolmate, heightened Paige’s insecurities because she was the social media...

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Young Mother with Red Hair

By M. A. Dunn

Young Mother with Red Hair by M.A. Dunn is a masterpiece. The author set up a writing challenge, which—if completed successfully—could be nothing else but miraculous. The chosen form, however, is daring. The woman with red hair (and freckles) is Jane Smith, an English teacher...

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A Forlorn Hope

The Fitzgeralds of Dublin Book 4
By Lorna Peel

A Forlorn Hope by Lorna Peel is the fourth book in The Fitzgeralds of Dublin historical family saga. We continue on our journey following the lives of Will and his wife, Isobel, encountering a few more trials and tribulations, this time involving Will’s parents, including...

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Sycamore Drive

A novel about the Catholic's Church's unparalleled effort to protect herself.
By Charles Michael Casper

Through his historical fiction novel, Sycamore Drive, Charles Michael Casper explores unpleasant truths, but in this case with a focus on the long-term ramifications of priestly pedophilia on victims, perpetrators, and whistle-blowers. The whistle-blower is a younger priest, Watson, torn by indecision regarding the confidentiality...

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The Not So Secret Diary of a Store Detective

By Elliot Stanton

Pete Dawson, a British man in his mid-fifties, is dealing with a number of changes in the past few years. He was recently divorced; his ex-wife moved to New York and only one of his grown children lives with him, while the other two live...

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Splintered Heart

A Red Dust Novel
By Linda Dowling

Splintered Heart: A Red Dust Novel by Linda Dowling is a sweeping tale of abuse and heartache seen through the eyes of a thirteen-year-old girl growing up poor in the Sydney suburbs in the 1960s. Lisa was a typical, slightly rebellious girl until the day...

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

Full Color Edition
By William H. Coles

I stood in awe of the amazing writing skills of William H. Coles in Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016. This collection of short stories will not leave you with that fuzzy feeling of happy endings, but you will view humanity in times...

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