Fiction - Cultural

Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies

By Al Gromer Khan

Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies by Al Gromer Khan revolves around three main characters: Kurt (a German), Bongo (an African), and Toby (an Indian). There are other side characters in the story, but they are just that -- side characters. This does not mean...

Kate & Ruby

By Emily Gallo

Aww… retirement. The event we all anticipate. The golden time of our lives when we can relish that quiet time that years of hard work give back. At least that is what Kate thought as she celebrated the end of her teaching career with dinner...

Kindred Spirits

The Healers
By Rory Church

It's always a gamble reading a book with a First Nations protagonist; it always seems to be a 50/50 bet whether the book will be well-written and researched, treating First Nations history and culture with respect, or whether it will be horribly culturally appropriative and...

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Kismet

A Desi Rhapsody in London
By Shaheen Darr

Anyone who is interested in the many challenges faced by those who leave their homeland to live in another country will love Shaheen Darr’s lovely novel entitled Kismet: A Desi Rhapsody in London. The current day story takes place in Southall (a London suburb), and...

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Key West

The Companion Episodes
By Peter Wick

It is 1951 and Florida state representative Bernie Papy is pulling all the strings. Trumbull is using his Miami Herald column to expose Papy. Key West: The Companion Episodes by Peter Wick tells a gripping story of danger, corruption, backroom deals, and Trumbull's relentless search...

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Know No Boundaries

Where Do I Belong? Does Anything Belong to Me?
By Lateral Collateral

Know No Boundaries, Does Anything Really Belong To Me? is a concept of a one world government that would allow citizens to travel and live in different areas of the world without visas. John George is an international traveler employed by various companies for organizing...

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