Fiction - Drama

Hawkins Lane

By Judith Kirscht

Hawkins Lane by Judith Kirscht is a realistic novel about human nature, family, relationships, as well as prejudices in the society we live in. Hawkins Lane starts with Ned Hawkins and his brother sitting in the courtroom, awaiting a verdict at their father’s trial. Their...

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Head of Household

A Short Story
By Dominique Wilkins

Head of Household by Dominique Wilkins is the story of Bruce who has been bought up in a single-parent family with his mother and sister. As the only male, Bruce has led a life of male dominance where his mother and sister dote on his...

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Hosts of Erravilla

By Reba A. Ritchie

Hosts of Erravilla by Reba A. Ritchie is not a book one easily takes a break from. Journalist April Falls gets the opportunity to stay with gorgeous actor Lucas Forrester at his home and write a book on him. She discovers a box of antique...

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Hello, Agnieszka

Between Two Worlds Book 2
By Evy Journey

After her son tried to commit suicide, Agnieszka was left with no choice but to reveal a well-kept secret to her kids in order to help them understand their brother's actions. Starting from when she was eight, she told her family her life story, with...

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Hush Now

By L. A. Green

Hush Now by L.A. Green is a unique and original story that enthralled my senses on many different levels. From start to finish I was engulfed in the plot theme and storyline that took me away, deep into a past era. In short, this is...

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Happy Grey Hair

By Chris Wilson

Happy Grey Hair by Chris Wilson is an interesting play about the main characters, Udo, and his grandsons, Eze and Chike. Eze and Chike want to inherit their grandfather's money. They behave badly toward the people around them, including their grandfather. They treat others without...

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Home Fires

By Judith Kirscht

When things come crashing down on Myra Benning’s idyllic life in Home Fires, she has to reach deep inside to find the strength to continue. Judith Kirscht tells the story of how the awkward girl who grew up on the Minnesota Prairie faces a life...

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Hills Of Exile

The Unknown (Book One) (Volume 1)
By McNonwuun

In Hills of Exile by McNonwuun, we meet Isaac Kline. He was a promising bio-medical student when he was offered the opportunity to join a research team. Isaac was horrified when he realized he had helped to create the poison that would be used to...

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He Belongs to Me

By Theresa Rizzo

He Belongs to Me by Theresa Rizzo is a powerful story of love, honor and betrayal. Following the death of one of her twin boys, Catherine’s husband Thomas is accused of murdering him. They part company after he is acquitted, in search of education and...

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Hector and Achilles

By Edward Eaton

Edward Eaton gives readers a new take on an old story in Hector and Achilles, a verse drama of the great battle of heroes in the Trojan war. The dramatic dialogue is written in a series of the standard 5-7-5 haiku, lending power and...

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