Prayer Flag

A Life Of Guilt A Quest For Forgiveness
By Peter Prinsloo

Prayer Flag: A Life Of Guilt, A Quest For Forgiveness is a work of literary fiction with plenty of cultural and interpersonal drama and was penned by author Peter Prinsloo. The central character is Richard Low, a lawyer who finds himself faced with a challenge...

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President Kennedy's Promises

By Anna M. Carroll

In President Kennedy’s Promises by Anna M. Carroll, we are introduced to Kegs Addams, an upper-class girl from Chicago whose dream it is to work in the foreign service for the White House. Being a lover of learning languages, Kegs knows that this is her...

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Port of No Return

By Michelle Saftich

Michelle Saftich's historical fiction story, Port of No Return, follows the Saforo family’s struggle for survival in war-torn Europe between 1944-1950. In German-occupied Italy, Ettore Saforo is a mechanic employed to maintain German ships and submarines in Fiume, a strategic seaport. In 1944, an air...

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Petals

Unfurling a Life with Mental Illness
By Marti Eicholz

Petals: Unfurling a Life with Mental Illness by Marti Eicholz is an engrossing story that is character-driven and explores the journey of Mary Turner, a woman who had a difficult childhood and who has never felt like she really belonged. Determined to succeed, she elopes...

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Path of the Spirit Runner

Rootstock Saga Series Book 2
By L.H. Leonard

Path of the Spirit Runner: Book 2 of the Rootstock Saga is an epic fantasy by L.H. Leonard. Ten years have passed since King Walter abdicated the throne of Innis and the northern clans retreated in the face of the forces supporting his sister. But...

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Precocious

By Joseph Riden

Precocious is a short story by Joseph Riden. A gifted Florida schoolboy named Kevin has shown amazing creativity and brilliant mechanical aptitude since he was little. His parents encourage his curiosity, self-directed learning, and experimentation. But there’s one thing Kevin wants more than anything else....

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Preying in Iran

A Tapestry of Wounds
By Eric Wentz

Preying In Iran: A Tapestry of Wounds by Eric Wentz is a compelling story that features strong themes and exceptional characters. This is a novel that centers on a strong protagonist, LCDR Grant Chisolm, a character on a mission to dismantle the drug and human...

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Penitentiary Tales

A Love Story
By EA Luetkemeyer

At the crux of this tale of incarceration is a cross-examination of social inequalities in race and gender. Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story by EA Luetkemeyer presents Dean Davis, an educated white male doing time for dealing marijuana. In an ethnically diverse penitentiary, Dean discovers...

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Pleasing White Boys

A Story of Aspiration and Malice in Corporate America
By Linda Saulsby

Pleasing White Boys: A Story of Aspiration and Malice in Corporate America by Linda Saulsby is a spellbinding book that takes a serious and critical look at one woman’s experience in corporate life, both domestic and international. This journey takes her to the level of...

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Papertown

By Dave Norem

Papertown is a work of intense dramatic fiction set in the 1950s and was penned by author Dave Norem. Written for adults due to its violent content and strong language, this novel casts a harsh lens over the tarpaper shanty towns which popped up during...

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