Everywhere She's Not

By N. John Shore, Jr.

Everywhere She’s Not is a novel penned by author N. John Shore Jr. which focuses on self-destructive behavior, failed relationships and human nature. In this powerfully compelling introspective look at life, we meet our central hero (or anti-hero), David. Though brilliant in some ways, his...

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Everyone Dies Famous

By Len Joy

Everyone Dies Famous by Len Joy is a work of literary fiction. It is July 2003, Maple Springs in Missouri. All around them, storms and tornadoes batter America and now one is aimed straight at their little town. Dancer Stonemason is a stubborn old fool....

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Emily, Gone

By Bette Lee Crosby

Emily, Gone by Bette Lee Crosby is the story of three mothers who love their little girl more than anything else. Unfortunately, each mother loves the same little girl as their own. Rachel Dixon has given birth to a beautiful baby girl named Emily. Vicki...

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Everything We Lose

A Civil War Novel of Hope, Courage and Redemption
By Annette Oppenlander

In Everything We Lose, two young boys are telling us the story of the Civil War. One boy, Adam, is white and living on a small farm with his mom and sister without his dad, who had gone off to fight for the freedom of...

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Emerging Man

By Steve McEllistrem

Retreating to the small town of his childhood after a failed marriage, Ryan finds himself working at a gas station/convenience store. His higher education and philosophy degree, as predicted by his father, have done nothing to advance his career. Disappointed in himself and his failure...

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Enaro

By Neda Aria

Enaro by Neda Aria is a great achievement for a debut novel and a riveting entry in the genre of science fiction. Set in 2022, in a society that "has been shaped when ownership lost its meaning and consumerism failed humanity," the reader is plunged...

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Escape From Vietnam

For Some The Vietnam War Never Ended
By Howard Cohen

Reading a novel like Escape From Vietnam: For Some The Vietnam War Never Ended by Howard Cohen is so much more than enjoying an intricate, riveting plot and engaging with realistic and touching characters. It’s an opportunity for enlightenment, not just about the horrors experienced...

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Enclosed in this Heart

By Regina Puckett

Enclosed in this Heart is a historical romance by Regina Puckett. Twenty-eight-year-old Lady Margaret Worthington, considered too old for marriage, happily moves to Mayfield estate that she inherited from an unconventional great-aunt. The large property is managed by Colin Caswell, a man who once rejected...

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Eclipse of the Heart

By Adam Adrian Crown

In what may be misinterpreted as a backhanded compliment, Eclipse of the Heart by Adam Adrian Crown is so much better than it looks. The cover suggests something ethereal but sinister, the blurb promises horse-whispering and cold-blooded vengeance, and some early comments allude to Hemingway’s...

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Eden

By Shade Owens

Eden by Shade Owens is a dystopian story that features a unique kind of conflict, one I have never seen so well-developed in any story — the gender war. Before the American Rebirth, women outnumbered men 7 to 1, until President Price banned the abortion...

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