White Skies Black Mingo

By Kevin D. Miller

White Skies Black Mingo takes place in the mid to late 1800s and tells the story of Kateri (her American name is Maggie), an Ohio Seneca Indian girl, and her lifelong struggles and joys. We meet Kateri as her tribe has been lost to an...

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The Blue House Raid

American Infantry and the Korean DMZ Conflict
By Robert Perron

The Blue House Raid: American Infantry and the Korean DMZ Conflict by Robert Perron takes us back to 1968 at the height of the Vietnam War when elsewhere in Asia the American military was also pulling duty as assistants to the South Korean Army, patrolling...

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Widow's Lace

By Lelita Baldock

In 1886, the poet Edward Barrington takes his sick wife to heal and enjoy the fresh Australian air. If she can overcome her illness, then perhaps they can lead the life they have wanted together. But things take a turn for the worse and create...

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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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Finding Family in a Far-Away Land

An Adoption Story
By Amanda Wall

Finding Family in a Far-Away Land: An Adoption Story is a children’s book written and illustrated by Amanda Wall. Spending their childhood on the streets of India, two sisters (Priya and Ari) are adopted by a family that lives far away in a different land....

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The Bodies That Move

By Bunye Ngene

The Bodies That Move by Bunye Ngene is a riveting novel about what it means to immigrate to another country for safety, security, and a chance at a better life. The main character Nosa has had a hard life growing up. Responsible for his mother...

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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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The Old Men Who Row Boats and Other Stories

By David Joseph

In this collection of short stories, prepare to be immersed in the day-to-day activities of some charming characters from different walks of life. David Joseph combines several romantic and dreamy themes in The Old Men Who Row Boats and Other Stories: boat rides, art galleries,...

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The Devil's Tree

By Susan McCauley

Susan McCauley’s The Devil’s Tree is a terrifying tale that follows Kaitlyn and Dylan. Despite her misgivings and general disbelief in the supernatural, Kaitlyn was convinced to go on an adventure with her boyfriend Hunter and friends Dylan and Keisha. Unfortunately for the group, there...

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The Tormenting Beauty of Empathy

By Richard Robbins

The Tormenting Beauty of Empathy by Richard Robbins is a heart-warming, somewhat traumatic journey into the world of spirituality and the human condition. Hana was just a 5-year-old when she watched, in horror, as her parents were murdered by the Guatemalan Army when their village...

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