Old Stone Face

By Eve Gwartney

Old Stone Face by Eve Gwartney is set in Denmark at a time when children as young as eleven and twelve could be indentured to wealthy farmers. When Maren and Britta Iversen's father died at sea, their mother had no choice but to send them...

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Our Duty

By Gerri Hilger

In Our Duty by Gerri Hilger set in the midst of WWII, two women, Polly and Aggie, meet during nursing school. At a time when all Americans are called upon to help Uncle Sam overseas, we follow along with these two nursing students who are...

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OutRAGEous

Them Wild Manic Hippy Years
By Linus Treefoot

OutRAGEous: Them Wild Manic Hippy Years by Linus Treefoot is the story of Simon, Heron, and Zoroaster the kitten. Simon has always lived his life the way he wanted to live it and he is not changing any time soon. When he is exasperated by...

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Oracle of the Reeds

By Thomas Bauer

This is the story of a man who was once called the Greatest of the Great. The son of a papermaker, Senmut was looking for the opportunity to make something of himself. From a very early age, he put his efforts into learning and becoming...

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Once Upon a Crossroad

By Richard Gibson

Once Upon a Crossroad by Richard Gibson is a tale of grit, hardship, romance, and starting anew when everything falls apart. Set in New York and suburban Connecticut, the narrative follows Erich Mauer in the 1970s, a man hit by adversity from different angles of...

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Once Left the Field of Valor

By R.C. Sprague

Once Left the Field of Valor by R.C. Sprague is the story of Lieutenant Damien Shaw who lost all his soldiers in a battle. He lives with the guilt of not having been able to protect his own. But a blood-stained envelope, a letter from...

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Out of the Rabbit Hutch

By Nanette L. Avery

Out of the Rabbit Hutch is a work of historical fiction focused on culture and colonization, penned by author Nanette L. Avery. Set largely in America before and after the Civil War, in this story we meet Mallabal as he journeys from the destruction of...

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Only the Good

A Jack Hart Mystery
By Rosemary Reeve

In Only the Good by Rosemary Reeve, we meet up with Jack, the kind-hearted litigator, his girlfriend, and long-time friend Mark, not forgetting Betsy, the dog with attitude. Jack still hates his job in the Seattle law firm, but he finds himself in deep water...

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Of Knights and Dogfights

A WWII Novel
By Ellie Midwood

Ellie Midwood’s Of Knights and Dogfights is set before and during World War II and tells the story of four young men who join the flying school at Schwechat near Vienna in 1938. Coming from different backgrounds, they all share a love of flying for...

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On the Path of Destruction

By Roslyn Cox

On the Path of Destruction is a work of dramatic urban fiction written by author Roslyn Cox. Written for adults due to its explicit nature, the tale revolves around coming of age and exploring the world, and is the first in a series. This first...

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