Chernobyl

A Stalkers’ Guide
By Darmon Richter

In 1986, the world watched in horror as an accident in the USSR’s Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant caused the worst radiological crisis in history. For decades after this event, children from the abandoned Exclusion Zone of Chernobyl were welcomed into homes around the world while...

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Coconut

Brown on the Outside, White on the Inside
By Manuel Padilla Jr

Coconut: Brown on the Outside, White on the Inside by Manuel Padilla Jr is the story of the Rodrigos family, a middle-class Mexican/American family living in the Los Angeles area of California and having to deal with the prejudice and racism inherent in the color...

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Canary and the Mothman

Canary Trilogy Book 1
By Emory Moon

Canary and The Mothman is a tragic rendition of the life story of a man named Jesse. Inspired by real events, it is the first novel of author Emory Moon's Canary series. Raised in the Ridge household, Jesse gets initiated into the family moonshine business...

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Chameleon Games

Book 2, The Crossing Trilogy
By June V. Bourgo

Chameleon Games by June V. Bourgo is book 2 in The Crossing Trilogy series. I did not read book 1 but I had no trouble getting into Chameleon Games. Chelsea, the main character, is a victim of kidnapping as a young woman and she was...

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Child of Gilead

By Douglas S. Reed

In Child of Gilead, "The Boy" is encouraged by his mother to always follow the Road Less Traveled and avoid The Madness. Her rules are meant to "reveal a higher truth about what it takes to live a more meaningful and transcendent life.” On the...

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Copy of Me

By Kally Khan

Copy of Me by Kally Khan is boldly honest as in brave, i.e. a female author having the courage to put a woman’s sexual fantasies into detailed, graphic print, not to titillate readers, but to capture the lonely despair a woman feels when a decade-old...

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Captive in Truth

By Gume Laurel III

“In Truth, all is black or white. There is no room for color nor gray; no indecision here.” And so goes the rule of an organized religion known as Truth. Yet Castor, an ardent believer and follower of this religious community, will discover that there...

Coffee Killed My Mother

By Donna Koros Stramella

In Coffee Killed My Mother by Donna Koros Stramella, seventeen-year-old Anna Lee learns more about her mother on a trip than she has her whole life. Inspired by a comment on a blog about the abundance of coffee in a quaint cottage in Hanover, Pennsylvania,...

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Cobalt Chronicles

By Kathryn Den Houter

Cobalt Chronicles by Kathryn Den Houter is the story of Esynama who has bigger dreams than just working in the cobalt mines. Living in the Katanga province of the Congo is not easy, but with a nudge in the right direction by her mother, Esy...

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Call Numbers

The Not So Quiet Life Of Librarians
By Syntell Smith

Call Numbers: The Not So Quiet Life of Librarians by Syntell Smith is a workplace drama that will leave you captivated and wanting more. Set in 1994, our protagonist is Robin Walker. He is a library clerk who has just transferred to a different branch...

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