Woodstock to St. Joseph's

By Steve Lindahl

Woodstock To St. Joseph's is a slice-of-life drama novel by Steve Lindahl. The book opens with Corrine Hedden bringing her terminally ill aging father, Gregory, to St. Joseph's Oratory in Montreal, Quebec, in the hopes of a miracle cure. The narrative then shifts POVs between...

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Where David Threw Stones

By Elyse Hoffman

Where David Threw Stones by Elyse Hoffman is a work of historical fiction that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy stories that focus on the World War II era. David Saidel was ten years old when the...

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Wrong Number

A Forbidden Love Age-Gap Romance
By Iris Trovao

The story begins with Jolie texting her friend Alicia. However, she misspells one digit, and the text message ends up on the phone of Carson, an ER physician. Carson is the father of two children. His marriage is on the verge of dissolution because his...

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Waiting 'Round To Die

By Chris Grant

Waiting 'Round To Die by Chris Grant is a thought-provoking novel about one man’s quest to find the meaning of life. The story unravels in 2016 in Little Rock, and what follows seems like a series of random reminiscences of a man’s life journey, literally...

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When I Was Better

By Rita Bozi

When I Was Better by Rita Bozi is a historical epic that follows the lives of a small family of three up against some of the biggest, most destructive events in Eastern Europe's history. Following a brief prologue, the book begins in mid-century Hungary with...

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When Polly Won The Lottery

How would she spend £150 million?
By Lucinda E Clarke

Lucinda E. Clarke offers a powerful psychological tale about one woman’s ordeal when dealing with fame in When Polly Won the Lottery: How would she spend £150 million? At the age of thirty, Polly London hits it big when she wins a staggering £150 million...

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Whose Fault

By Ryan D. Patterson Sr.

Whose Fault? by Ryan D. Patterson Sr. is an intense portrayal of the rarely talked about the culture of blame. Abbey and Doug are a typically happy couple blessed with two wonderful children. Their marriage and faith are about to be tested when their children...

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Walk Out the Door

By Pearl Wolfe and Evelyn Anderton

In Walk Out The Door by Pearl Wolfe and Evelyn Anderton, Becca and Emily are on their way to Molly's to take her to Jill's Place. Her husband had assaulted her again, and she'd asked for help. It is a secure location and not many...

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We Did This Once Before

By Lynne M. Spreen

We Did This Once Before by Lynne M. Spreen follows the story of Kim, a fifty-year-old expert marketer and publicist. Kim’s divorce from her husband in California left her in debt. She also lost her home and was dealing with a health issue. Unfortunately, there...

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We Do What We Must

Blood, Wine, and the Birth of the American Mafia in New Orleans
By Richard Robbins

We Do What We Must: Blood, Wine, and the Birth of the American Mafia in New Orleans is a work of fiction in the historical subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Richard Robbins. The book is a...

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