Birch

A Witch Tree
By Jennifer Hotes

Birch: A Witch Tree is a work of fiction in the paranormal fantasy sub-genre, and was penned by author Jennifer Hotes. The work is suitable for the general reading audience, but it does contain some mild sexual references and moments of horror and dark fantasy...

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Both Sides of the Border

By Terry Overton

Both Sides of the Border is a work of realistic fiction penned by author Terry Overton. The work is suitable for the general reading audience and contains non-graphic references to drugs and violence. Written with a strong sense of faith and Christianity, this touching and...

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Bibliointuitive

By Amy Q. Barker

Bibliointuitive is a work of women's fiction by author Amy Q. Barker. What is intuition, and where does it come from? Riley wants to know. She doesn’t understand it other than knowing it started right after the car accident that seriously injured her and killed...

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Blood and Water

Legacy Series: Vol. 1
By Dylan Rogers

As shy Ryan Collins begins a new career as a teacher, he is anxious about making a good first impression in order to be comfortable in his workplace. Another good reason to connect with his coworkers is the beautiful colleague that catches his eye, about...

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Beginner's Luck

A debut fast-paced thriller set in Iceland (Hildur Series Book 1)
By M.J. Furtek

In Beginner’s Luck: A Debut Fast-Paced Thriller Set in Iceland (Hildur Series: Book 1), author M. J. Furtek tells the story about Hildur, an assassin for a secret organization called The Elite Scandinavian Syndicate with the acronym TESS. This organization is so secretive that it...

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Butterfly in the Mist

By Charmaine Wilmore

When Carmen and her brother Quincy moved with their mother from New York to the outskirts of Hilltop Heights, they could not have foreseen their life would be turned upside down. During Carmen's 16th birthday party, something unexpected happens: her mother is killed, and her...

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BlackWash

The Untold Stories of Reverse Racism
By Rodney Cloud Hill

Thought-provoking is the first word I came up with in describing BlackWash: The Untold Stories of Reverse Racism by Rodney Cloud Hill. This novel could not have arrived at a more impeccable time. As social and legal controversies surrounding anti-White bias are becoming a zero-sum...

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Broken Like Me

By Kaitie Howie

Broken Like Me by Kaitie Howie had me spellbound, a story with sophisticated characters and strong plot points. Readers are introduced to two key characters with difficult pasts—Rose and Josh. Rose has long stopped dreaming and believing that life can be better and that a...

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Bengay & Blackberry Brandy

By Kimberly J Coleman

Bengay & Blackberry Brandy is a work of fiction in the mystery, interpersonal drama, and literary style fiction subgenres and was penned by author Kimberly J. Coleman. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and features Hadley Hayes as its central protagonist....

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Being Brothers

By Mike DeLucia

Being Brothers is a nostalgia-driven, coming-of-age sports drama written by Mike DeLucia. The story is narrated by the character of Mark Marino, a New York-based author whose screenplay "Being Brothers" -- about a man named Jack Amato reminiscing his childhood in the Bronx in the...

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