Both Sides of the Border

By Terry Overton

Both Sides of the Border is a work of realistic fiction penned by author Terry Overton. The work is suitable for the general reading audience and contains non-graphic references to drugs and violence. Written with a strong sense of faith and Christianity, this touching and...

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Blood and Water

Legacy Series: Vol. 1
By Dylan Rogers

As shy Ryan Collins begins a new career as a teacher, he is anxious about making a good first impression in order to be comfortable in his workplace. Another good reason to connect with his coworkers is the beautiful colleague that catches his eye, about...

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BlackWash

The Untold Stories of Reverse Racism
By Rodney Cloud Hill

Thought-provoking is the first word I came up with in describing BlackWash: The Untold Stories of Reverse Racism by Rodney Cloud Hill. This novel could not have arrived at a more impeccable time. As social and legal controversies surrounding anti-White bias are becoming a zero-sum...

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Broken Like Me

By Kaitie Howie

Broken Like Me by Kaitie Howie had me spellbound, a story with sophisticated characters and strong plot points. Readers are introduced to two key characters with difficult pasts—Rose and Josh. Rose has long stopped dreaming and believing that life can be better and that a...

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Backstories

By Simon van der Velde

As much as I consider myself an avid reader, there are still books that can surprise me with something new. Backstories by Simon van der Velde is one of those books. A collection of short stories set in the Sixties and Seventies between the United...

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Being Brothers

By Mike DeLucia

Being Brothers is a nostalgia-driven, coming-of-age sports drama written by Mike DeLucia. The story is narrated by the character of Mark Marino, a New York-based author whose screenplay "Being Brothers" -- about a man named Jack Amato reminiscing his childhood in the Bronx in the...

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Bride by Proxy

By Lori Power

Bride by Proxy by Lori Power takes us all the way back to 1798 where Captain Garrett McGuire is sailing the seas of the Caribbean and the newly minted United States of America, building a shipping dynasty for his father back in England. His father...

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Burying the Newspaper Man

By Curtis Ippolito

In Burying the Newspaper Man by Curtis Ippolito we meet Marcus Kemp, an ordinary police officer in San Diego, California. There is nothing special about him or his life - until he finds a body hidden in a stolen car. Not just any dead...

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Blue Mask, Red Hat

By Lisa Creech Saleh

Up to this point, I’ve avoided COVID-related fiction as it has felt a bit too close for comfort. These are, as the now popular word describes, unprecedented times. And America knows this only too well. But relying on snippets of news once an evening, I...

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Blackout

By Joey Paul

Blackout by Joey Paul is a novel for young adults. It revolves around fifteen-year-old Tally Jenkins. She was from a rich home, had a beautiful family, grand friends at school, and a dashing boyfriend. Tally was among the elite at school, with everyone wanting to...

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