Hidden Mysteries

A James Ford Mystery (James Ford Mysteries Book 8)
By Sandra Olson

Hidden Mysteries by Sandra Olson is the eighth book in the James Ford mystery series. A former police officer and now private investigator, James Ford moves into a newly purchased and refurbished house in the country with his family. On an expedition to the accompanying...

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Humans, Consciousness, and Everything in Between

By Emily Kavic

Humans, Consciousness, and Everything in Between by Emily Kavic is an imaginative, clever commentary on humanity, life, death, time, war, mental health, and other themes. It tells the story of human nature through a couch that travels from place to place. As you read, you...

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How to Make a Life

A Novel
By Florence Reiss Kraut

How to Make a Life: A Novel by Florence Reiss Kraut is a beautifully written historical novel that explores family themes and the challenges of emigration. It starts with the migration of Ida and her daughter, Bessie, from Ukraine to America in 1905. They believe...

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Harvest Moon

By the Light of the Moon #4
By Jenny Knipfer

Harvest Moon by Jenny Knipfer is one of the best books I have read in 2020. In fact, it is probably one of the best historical fiction novels I have ever read. I have come away deep in thought, feeling somewhat like I’ve had a...

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Hitman

La Famiglia
By Theodore Valley

Ever since I watched the movie The Godfather decades ago, I’ve been curious about the mafia and what it would be like to be born into La Famiglia. Is it as dangerous as the movie depicted? Well, after reading Hitman by Theodore Valley, I have...

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How Beautiful They Were

By Boston Teran

Boston Teran’s How Beautiful They Were reveals the prevailing spirit of the theatrical stage. Jeremiah Fields, the behind-the-scenes stage manager of Colonel Tearwood's American Theatre Company, shares his relationship with the infamous Nathanial Luck. As with all great storytelling, Jeremiah begins at the beginning, before...

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Hasdai in the Golden Age of Al-Andalus

By Richard Malmed

Hasdai in the Golden Age of Al-Andalus is a fascinating work of historical fiction penned by author Richard Malmed. In this cross-cultural and deeply detailed fictional work, we find the action centered around Hasdai Shaprut, who lives and works within the harmonious civilization of Andalus...

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How to Talk to Black People

By A. Anon

High school can be complicated, dramatic and sheltering and author A. Anon brings these struggles to life in How to Talk to Black People. Knowing she will never fit in, due to coming from a poor and broken family, Ivy has built a strong defense...

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Handwritten Tales

What Is Taboo
By Jim D Buchanan

Handwritten Tales: What Is Taboo by Jim D Buchanan explores how we as humans have a deep-seated need to communicate. We communicate in many ways these days between text, email and phone communications, although some ways have fallen by the wayside. Handwritten communication is one...

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Hidden Colours

By Nillu Nasser

Hidden Colours is a work of literary fiction by author Nillu Nasser, and the book’s title describes its immigration and integration themes beautifully. Set in Berlin, the story follows two people brought together by Treptow Circus, designed to become an integration project for immigrants living...

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