Massacre of the Innocents

By Thomas Stacey

A priest’s body found hanging in a church belfry appears to be an apparent suicide but evolves into an investigation of suicide, accident, or possibly murder. Father John Paziek, a battle-hardened World War II former chaplain, is the assistant pastor at Saint Francis Church and...

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My Half-Sister's Half-Sister

By Samantha Henthorn

My Half-Sister’s Half-Sister by Samantha Henthorn tells the story of Pippa, her sister Heather, and Heather’s half-sister Sadie. Pippa lives in a flat above The Peacock pub in Pendle, Lancashire, which is owned by her mother, Jacquetta. Heather marries Rhys and together they have four...

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Moving Forward

By Immigrant Writers Association

Moving Forward is an anthology of short stories and one poem published by the Immigrant Writers Association, a Canadian-based organization. The book brings together the thoughts, experiences, and memories of people who have made the ultimate decision to leave their homelands and emigrate to a...

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Memoirs of a Manic-Depressant

By Michelle McConnell

Memoirs of a Manic-Depressant by Michelle McConnell is a novel that revolves around the life of a young girl named Maddy Tanner, as told in a first-person conversational narrative in the form of journal entries. The entries span more than two decades with Maddy detailing...

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MENAFTER10

By Casey Hamilton

MENAFTER10 is a work of fiction in the LGBTQ+ and social issues subgenres, and it was penned by author Casey Hamilton. Written for the mature adult reading audience, the work does contain explicit reference to sex and sexual situations, graphic violence, explicit language, and reference...

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Music of the Soul

By Gail Miller Mahaffey

Music is what binds the soul. For concert pianist Meredith Mason, music is also what keeps her sane. After losing her parents in a tragic accident while they were on their way to hear her perform, Meredith has poured her life and her soul into...

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Moon Luck

By Wayne Scott Harral

Moon Luck by Wayne Scott Harral is a well-written science fiction drama. The scenario the author composes makes you wonder if this could be more fact than fiction in the near future. The compelling plot centers on a big what-if premise: what if the moon...

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My Brother Themba

By Michele van Rensburg

My Brother Themba by Michele van Rensburg is a novel with strong historical underpinnings, exploring racial tension in South Africa. It follows two key characters, Themba, the child of an inter-racial relationship, and Alex, a white boy. Against the backdrop of the apartheid system, these...

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Mothers of Pine Way

Pine Valley, Book Two
By Corrine Ardoin

Mothers of Pine Way is the sequel to Corrine Ardoin's highly acclaimed novel, Fathers of Edenville. Grieving over the death of her beloved mother Ev, Candelaria Hart puts all her efforts into shedding light on the plight of migrant workers in America. Feeling proud of...

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Monet & Oscar

The Essence of Light
By Joe Byrd

After fighting in World War I and suffering significant war wounds, American soldier Oscar decides to remain in France to search for his mysterious Impressionist artist father. His mother, who died while he was at war, never revealed much, but Oscar is following what few...

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