Fred

Buffalo Building of Dreams
By Frances R. Schmidt

The stories of tenants who lived in a building located in Buffalo, New York for the past one hundred and twenty years come alive in Frances R. Schmidt’s heart-warming historical fiction novel, Fred: Buffalo Building of Dreams. The novel is told through Fred’s voice who...

Found in Pieces

By George Rollie Adams

Found in Pieces by George Rollie Adams takes us back to the late 1950s, just as the Civil Rights Movement in the United States was gathering momentum. All across the nation but particularly in the South, communities were searching for ways to defy the law...

Finding Father

Vietnam 50 Years After
By Peter Glick

Finding Father is an adventure novel about two men in search of their fathers' roots in Vietnam and discovering themselves in the process. Written by Peter S. Glick, Finding Father follows Y'Dun, an American lawyer of Vietnamese ancestry, whose discovery of his father's journals leads...

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Forbidden Brownstones

By Clifford Browder

Forbidden Brownstones by Clifford Browder is a fascinating look inside the mind of a free-born black man in New York City just prior to, during and after the time of the Civil War. Junius Fox was born free, his father a well-known and highly-regarded barber...

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Forget Russia

By L Bordetsky-Williams

Forget Russia is a work of fiction in the historical fiction, family saga, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author L. Bordetsky-Williams. Written for adult reading audiences, the work is accessible to readers of most sensitivity levels and contains a small amount of...

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Finding James

By Nancy Blaha

Karen hasn’t been back to her hometown in South Caroline since her twin brother killed himself years earlier. Getting a call from her alcoholic mother on the day she finds out her husband has been seeing another woman, she heads back to the place where...

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Footprints in the Dust

A powerful and heartfelt Ohio Civil War story
By L.E. Hutchinson

Sylvester W. Jeffrey, who was called S.W., lived with his siblings on the family farm in Putnam County in northwestern Ohio. Their parents died in 1847. When their grandfather died in 1852, the oldest brother Oliver took over the management of the farm. Aunt Sarah...

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For A Few Dollars Less

By Elliot Stanton

For A Few Dollars Less by Elliot Stanton is your archetypal lad’s week away in Las Vegas for a group of seven, predominately middle-aged, British friends who want to send one of their company off into marriage in style. Sean Savage is the youngest of...

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Forbidden Woman

By Blair Bronwyn

Have you ever started a book, debated continuing, but something the protagonist has said or felt compels you to read on? That’s what happened to me when I began reading Forbidden Woman by Blair Bronwyn. There was something about Lucille, pregnant and abandoned, that spoke...

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Few Regrets

A Coach Bob Story Book 3
By Rick McGee

Few Regrets is the third book in the Coach Bob series by Rick McGee; a compelling, well-crafted story filled with life lessons. Amy and Bob just turned sixty and are looking forward to starting a new phase of their life. When Amy receives a text...

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