Gray Girl

Honor isn't always black and white
By Susan I Spieth

Gray Girl by Susan I. Spieth is an intriguing documentation of life as a female plebe at West Point. While Cadet Jan Wishart struggles to fit into the predominately male class of future Army officers, she discovers the obstacles in her way are not only...

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Grace Rider

By Murray Pura

Huck fought in Vietnam and returned home with the terrors of the jungle still inside him. He was a minister at a time when the Columbine High School shooting shocked the nation and he had to console those who had lost loved ones. He lost...

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Goodbye Homeboy

How My Students Drove Me Crazy and Inspired a Movement
By Steve Mariotti, Debra Devi

When a great story presents real-life experiences that make a reader reflect, then it is worth reading and re-reading it. This is what I suggest with Steve Mariotti’s Goodbye Homeboy. In this inspiring memoir, Mariotti recalls the beginnings of his nonprofit organization, NFTE (Network for...

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Gilded Summers

By Donna Russo Morin

Gilded Summers is a work of Gilded Age historical fiction penned by author Donna Russo Morin. At the turn of the twentieth century, class divides still pertain between the haves and have-nots of Newport, Rhode Island. The tale focuses on one household in particular, where...

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Grant Avenue

By James Celano

Grant Avenue is a work of literary dramatic fiction penned by author James Celano, and is self-described as ‘A Novel in Twelve Stories’. Focused on the theme of coming of age, our central hero is Nick Castagno, born into a working-class neighborhood and a Catholic...

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Gentle Mentals

By Veronica Padilla

Gentle Mentals by Veronica Padilla takes a look at a wide variety of mental illnesses. At first glance, the book appears to be aimed at children. It’s colorful and has many pictures but little text. Once you look closer though, you soon see that children...

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Glenfiddich Inn

By Alan Geik

Glenfiddich Inn centers around William and Margaret Morrison, Helen and Byron Townsend, their families and friends and co-workers and of course, the star of the book, Glenfiddich Inn. Each of these played a huge part in the events of the day, helping to change the...

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Graphene

Freedom from Fossil Fuel
By Liz Livingston

Graphene: Freedom from Fossil Fuel by Liz Livingston explores a variety of themes, including family, culture and its impact on personal life, romance, and a lot more. In this book, the author features interesting characters as they evolve through complex and life-changing situations and the...

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Gambling Broke Us

Witty, dark & devastating family travel drama
By Joanna Warrington

Gambling Broke Us: Can Boston Fix Us? by Joanna Warrington unravels in the wake of the uncertainty brought about by the Brexit referendum in England. Pandora and her niece Ellie are going to embark on a trip to historic New England but Jules, the father...

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Ghosts in Sunlight

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By Gretta Curran Browne

Ghosts in Sunlight by Gretta Curran Browne is an epic story that spans forty-four years, the class divide between an aristocratic family and a young woman brought up in an orphanage, and the countries of France, America, England, Vietnam, and Sweden. It is a story...

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