Setting in Roots

Part 1
By Dymphna

Setting in Roots is the first part of a series by Dymphna. Trixie easily gets annoyed, bored, worried, and within her heart is the ache for adventure, for freedom. She lives with Mr. Jim, who brought her to Wicker Soul in Colorado. He is a...

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Slender Notions

By Nicholas Antonopoulos

Slender Notions by Nicholas Antonopoulos is a unique, emotionally intense narrative. The protagonist is Leo, an indifferent and bored twenty-three-year-old man stuck in a small town in Massachusetts. He is a victim of opioid addiction, which brings his life to a standstill. His addiction numbs...

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Sun Kissed

Life of a Quadroon
By Diaris Jackson

Sun Kissed by Diaris Marie Jones is a powerful, exquisitely written historical novel of two families in post-Civil War New Orleans. Great literature reveals the unrevealed, and Ms. Jones’ astounding account opens our eyes to the unique race culture in its rising disrepair. The rules...

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Stepping Up

Humorous and Heartwarming Sister Saga (Sisters in a Small Town)
By Holly Kerr

Stepping Up is a work of fiction in the family drama genre and is the third installment in the Sisters in a Small Town series. It is suitable for all ages and was penned by Holly Kerr. The book continues the saga of the Skatt...

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Saxon Heroines

A Northumbrian Novel
By Sandra Wagner-Wright

Saxon Heroines: A Northumbrian Novel by Sandra Wagner-Wright is a brilliant recreation of the lives of inspiring heroines from seventh-century Northumbria and other parts of England. In AD 624, Princess Ethelberga of Kent marries King Edwin of Northumbria, a pagan king who attributes his success...

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Solidarity

By Andre Wallace

Solidarity by Andre Wallace is a dramatic work of fiction about friendship and love that touches the heart, mind, and soul. The plot centers on five friends, beginning in 1967, when conflict, change, and fighting for rights are the norm. The setting is a rural...

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Something in Madness

DarkHorse Trilogy, Book 3
By Ed Protzel

Ed Protzel's Something in Madness is set in post-Civil War Turkle, Mississippi. Durksen Hurst, a white former Union Army captain of a black unit, returns home to Mississippi with Antoinette, Big Josh, Long Lou, and a boy named Caleb, only to find that blacks are...

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Singing Grass

By Ian M. Evans

Singing Grass by Ian M. Evans interweaves New Mexico’s complex history with a thought-provoking case between a clinical psychologist struggling with a difficult, crushing past and a man whose story possesses a troubling likeness to American frontiersman Kit Carson. When Dr. Richard Young accepts the...

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Standing Tall

By Debora G. De Farias

Standing Tall brings us the story of quite a remarkable woman and pioneering doctor from Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the second half of the nineteenth century. Author Debora G. De Farias introduces us to the ground-breaking and relatively unknown Doctor Cecilia Grierson. Born to an...

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Sycamore Drive

A novel about the Catholic's Church's unparalleled effort to protect herself.
By Charles Michael Casper

Through his historical fiction novel, Sycamore Drive, Charles Michael Casper explores unpleasant truths, but in this case with a focus on the long-term ramifications of priestly pedophilia on victims, perpetrators, and whistle-blowers. The whistle-blower is a younger priest, Watson, torn by indecision regarding the confidentiality...

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