So Happy Together

By Deborah K. Shepherd

For a debut novel, So Happy Together by Deborah K. Shepherd is a mesmerizing tale with memorable characters and a gripping plot, a tale with an immense appeal to fans of strong and multilayered female protagonists. Caro Tanner’s marriage lost its spark in 1987. The...

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Stupid Real Estate

By Will Speary

Stupid Real Estate: A Novel by Will Speary is an entertaining story filled with powerful lessons on real estate. It follows Bill Ehrlich, a novice investor, who finds a unique opportunity to make it big in the real estate business. He has been through a...

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Shadows Unveiled

By Amanda Berthault

When a pool hustler picks up a runaway teen to safely escort her to her father, they end up on a life-changing adventure in the sensational novel, Shadows Unveiled by Amanda Berthault. Although Shadow Mckinley had a painful childhood, singing was a balm to his...

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South Coast Son

By Claire Merchant

“Is it giving up when it is inevitable…?” captures the frame of mind of the young protagonist, Samuel Saber, as the reader meets him in South Coast Son by Claire Merchant, and there couldn’t be a better premise and hook for a story that will...

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Scorn of Secrets

By B. Truly

Scorn of Secrets by B. Truly is a mesmerizing coming-of-age story with strong themes and elaborately developed characters. When Madison Guillory’s father dies leaving a huge gambling debt behind, her mother doesn’t wait long to start dating again. After just a few months, she introduces...

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Sundays at Simone's

By Thomas Bauer

Sundays at Simone’s by Thomas Bauer is a first-person novel that reads almost like a memoir. Our narrator and protagonist is Michael McDowell, well versed in all things music, especially classical, the Los Angeles environs, film and theater, and food (especially Italian). He is also...

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Shadows in Our Bones

By Tamara Merrill

In Shadows in Our Bones by Tamara Merrill, Georgia O’Brien is a thirty-four-year-old professor who is very outspoken when it comes to issues of racial prejudice. When her mother is diagnosed with cancer, she begins a journey that will trace her lineage that she had...

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Starvation

By Molly Fennig

Starvation by Molly Fennig is a YA novel that addresses realistic issues and presents elaborately developed and compelling characters. Sixteen-year-old Wes McCoy has never been the favorite of the family. His brother, Jason, who is the apple of everyone’s eye, dies in a car accident...

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Southern Xposure

By Sam Knupp

Southern Xposure by Sam Knupp is an unusual, comic, and sad love story of two disabled people who met for the first time on the day they both lost their jobs. Poppy Virginia Diamond's bright future as a runner with a full track scholarship to...

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Stepping Into The Fire

A journal about growing-up in Appalachian Ohio
By Steven P. Keller

Stepping Into the Fire: A Journal about Growing-up in Appalachian Ohio by Steven P. Keller is an incisive book that explores the author’s memoirs and experiences of Ohio. The story features some of the favorite people in the life of the narrator and presents their...

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