Fiction - Cultural

Null and Void

A Royal States Novel
By Susan Copperfield

Null and Void: A Royal States Novel by Susan Copperfield is a fascinating novel that will thrill fans of fantasy and paranormal. In a world ruled by magic, what can someone born without magic do? Mackenzie Little is born without magic, which automatically puts her...

Nisei

By J. J. White

Nisei by J.J. White tells the story of Hideo, or Bobby, Takahashi, a young Hawaii-born Japanese-American, and his adventures during World War II, as revealed in a memoir that his son discovers after his death and his son’s reaction. Unlike the Japanese on the West...

Night Train and Other Stories

By H. Arlo Nimmo

Night Train by H. Arlo Nimmo is a compilation of thirteen short stories written from an anthropologist's perspective with stories about various characters in unusual and exotic locations. The stories take the reader through many eras and locales and show the views of those times...

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Nighthawk

Chief Hazel
By C. Edgar North

Nighthawk: Chief Hazel by C. Edgar North is a novel that will undoubtedly tantalize readers who love character-driven stories; it is a compelling tale involving drug dealers, arms trafficking, murder, and a couple who will fight all odds to stay together and to protect their...

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Nowhere Girl

By Charles Davis

What happens to a baby that is orphaned at birth? With no family to take care of the infant, where does she go? Nowhere Girl by Charles Davis is a moving urban novel. As a two-pound, drug addicted, orphaned baby, Neena's life started with pain...

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Notes From a Very Small Island

By Anthony Stancomb

Anthony Stancomb shares his experience of moving to the Croatian island of Vis. Notes From a Very Small Island is a delightful view of leaving behind the old and embracing the new. Approaching mid-life, Anthony Stancomb and his wife, Ivana, decide to uproot themselves from...

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Notown

By Tess Collins,Theresa Collins

Tess Collins and Theresa Collins tell a tale of a Kentucky coal mining town during the mid-to-late 20th century. Notown is a place where survival is up to the individual, regardless of age. In 1987, Randi Jo Gaylor thinks back on her life as she...

Not Without Spirit

By Ruth Ann Cramer

The setting is 1946 in a rural area of Kentucky. Ten year old Tricia was the daughter of the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan. Her father was cruel and evil; he had no idea his young daughter had rescued many from his vile...

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Norah

The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th-Century New York
By Cynthia G. Neale

Norah McCabe was an Irish immigrant in New York in the mid-1850's. As a child she faced hunger and poverty. As an adult she was determined never to be hungry again. The McCabe family migrated to the United States during the famine in Ireland. Their...

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