Scambait

By Ryan R. Campbell

Scambait by Ryan R. Campbell is a well-written novel about one man’s preoccupation with scambaiting. Eric Amundsen is all about the mission, as he made a promise to Grandma Amundsen to keep what happened to her from happening to others. It’s ironic that his grandma...

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Stay with Me, Wisconsin

Short Fiction
By JoAnneh Nagler

Stay With Me, Wisconsin, by JoAnneh Nagler, is a short story collection of eleven stories. All the stories focused on well-developed characters. Another interesting point is every story connects each character to another person in an earlier or following story. Ponty Bayswater is the first...

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Saving Lonesome Carsten

By Emily Stalder Johnson

Saving Lonesome Carsten is a slice-of-life drama novel by Emily Stalder Johnson. After recently moving with her family to her new home, junior high schooler Kacey Harlow finds a kindred spirit when she meets Carsten Hayes, a shy kid who instantly opens up to Kacey....

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Shapeless Summers

By Hayden Thompson

Shapeless Summers is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Hayden Thompson. The book follows a middle-aged former sea captain, William Greenwood, as he leaves England behind and reinvents himself...

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Seasons of the Birch

By Susan M. Puska

Seasons of the Birch by Susan M. Puska is a historical fiction novel that follows the life story of a young nurse during and after World War II. Raised by her older sister Anna, due to an abusive father and deceased mother, Ruth Amundsen grows...

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Sunflowers Beneath the Snow

By Teri M. Brown

Sunflowers Beneath the Snow by Teri M. Brown is a touchingly poignant novel about the devastating effect on one Ukrainian family, of one man’s small battle against the might of the Soviet Union, and in support of the struggle for Ukrainian independence. Lyaksandro Hedeon Rosomakha,...

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Sister Saint, Sister Sinner

By Peg Herring

Sister Saint, Sister Sinner is a work of fiction in the women’s literature genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by Peg Herring. The book follows sisters Nettie, Ruth, and Kim as they follow the chaotic, dangerous, and exciting paths...

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Shut Up and Listen!

By Reid Fischer

The life of a star athlete is never easy. So much is expected of them and they are often in the limelight. Shut Up and Listen! by Reid Fischer is an intense story that delves into this premise. Ethan Hackett is the star point guard...

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Sacred Tears

By Claudia Terry Pemberton

Sacred Tears is a work of fiction in the women’s fiction and interpersonal drama subgenres, and was penned by author Claudia Terry Pemberton. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some reference to tragic events, but no explicit content. Our...

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Surrender

There’s Always a Way Back
By Francis Louis Pipolo

John Decker, now in his late 40s, was a United States Federal Marshal in Surrender, Montana, at the foot of the Beartooth Mountains. He and his wife Rachel knew hardship and grief after the death of their son whom they called Young John. It was...

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