Fiction - General

Letters To Alice

By King Grossman

Letters to Alice by King Grossman is a rich and engrossing novel written with an elegance and poise that kept me turning the pages until the very end. The author has a way with words that will capture your attention from the very first paragraph,...

Drift and Hum

The Great Canadian-American Novel
By Robert O. Martichenko

Drift and Hum: The Great Canadian-American Novel by Robert Martichenko surprised me in many ways. This is a story that beautifully showcases the themes of love, friendship, family, and the search for meaning, a story that spans fifty years. Readers are introduced to the incredible...

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Kookaburra's Last Laugh

By Leonard Szymczak

In Kookaburra's Last Laugh by Leonard Szymczak, a man named Peter Pinowski, a psychologist, attends a retreat, hoping to experience transformation and make the journey home to himself, but he is instead led on a moving adventure that will bring him face to face with...

Swearing Allegiance

The Carmody Saga Book 1
By Jana Petken

In Swearing Allegiance, the first entry in The Carmody Saga by Jana Petken, the Carmody family is forced to face the devastating consequences of the First World War. Dublin has fallen apart and the British can’t keep the Germans at bay. Once an affluent family,...

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Mandarin Yellow

A mystery introducing Socrates Cheng
By Steven M. Roth

This is the first book in a series introducing Socrates Cheng as a detective, although when we first meet him, he’s running his own business selling antique pens and old parchments. Mandarin Yellow (the name of a particularly historic pen) by Steven M Roth is...

Remember Me?

Faukon Abbey Mysteries Book 1
By A.K. Lakelett

The idea of writing a modern book based on the ancient Greek plays with a chorus, and action from two different viewpoints is intriguing and innovative. This is the framework in Remember Me? Faukon Abbey Mysteries Book 1 by A.K. Lakelett. Set in the present...

Too Nice a Guy?

By Keith David Harris

Too Nice a Guy? is a contemporary fiction novel written by Keith David Harris. Kevin Whidbey’s life hadn’t turned out exactly how he had hoped it would. He had married the gorgeous girl he fell in love with, graduated from law school, passed the bar...

All in

101 Real Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs
By Bill Green

All in: 101 Real Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs by Bill Green is a non-fiction book with strategies and tips on how to become a successful entrepreneur and build a thriving business. Bill Green draws upon his own experience in the business world to...

Bittersweet Memories

A Novel
By Lynn Osterkamp

Is your family considered open and transparent, closed and full of secrets, or living in a sea of avoidance and regrets? Each family has a special dynamic and code that they live by. These elements may begin in childhood but transcend well into adulthood and...


By Andrea Thome

India Evans had everything she could ever have dreamed of. A fantastic job on one of the nation’s highest ranking television new shows. A gorgeous fiancé who even exceeded her notoriety. They were the beautiful couple followed by an adoring audience who shared in the...