Just Destiny

By Theresa Rizzo

Just Destiny by Theresa Rizzo is a story of love and loss. Jenny and Gabe have been happily married for a couple of years and are about to go away for a weekend. Jenny leaves their dog with the neighbour, Steve, who has just become...

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Just a Little Unwell

By Iyana Jenna

Just a Little Unwell is a short story written by Iyana Jenna. Every sentence in this book is a clue and on every page something unfolds, so I don’t know how to create a summary without giving away spoilers. But here is a short summary....

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Jimmy Meets Mephistopheles

By Krystal Kuehn

Jimmy Meets Mephistopheles by Krystal Kuehn is about guitarist Jimmy who wants to be a rock star and attain fame and glory. He is highly ambitious and wants to reach his goal at any cost because he knows fame could get him all the powers...

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Jenny's Way

A Local Legend
By Diana K. Perkins

"Jenny’s Way" is a path that leads to shoreline cottages near a lake in a New England mill town in the 20th century. The story is told by John E. Walker Black - named so by his drunkard father - as he recalls events in...

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Just Another Sunday

A Novel
By Elizabeth Good

In 1968, Lia Benedict's Italian-born father and his brother, Joe, sell their Brooklyn-based business, Jo-Fran Refreshments, and Frank Benedict moves his family to a New Jersey town for a better, safer life. Lia's older sister, Tina, is marrying, but Lia and her younger siblings, brother...

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Jenford

A Short History of Upland
By Hendrik E. Sadi

When a young man delivers a plate of food to an old farmer, he finds the old man sitting in a cold room staring at a black and white photograph; he has lost the will to live. The young man urges the farmer to talk....