Cooper

By Tell Cotten

Cooper by Tell Cotten opens in 1872 in New Mexico Territory. There are a few stories going on within the pages of this book. The author transitions so smoothly and ties them together so expertly that I was left satisfied, but his knack for storytelling...

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Crystal Ships

By Richard Sharp

Crystal Ships by Richard Sharp is a new GREAT in the way of the epic American novel. Reading mainly as historical fiction with layers of drama, critique, and a general human focus, this book is deeply emotional while maintaining a kind of grace and fluidity...

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Cinnamon Diamonds

A Short Story
By Mark Piper

We often take the food that we eat for granted, forgetting that at some point someone took the time and trouble to create it. In this delightful tale, Cinnamon Diamonds, Mark Piper gives a fictionalized account of the man accredited with inventing the hole in...

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Child of Sorrow

By Gloria Taylor Weinberg

Gloria Weinberg’s Child of Sorrow is a fictional account of a true story. In 1959, in Clewiston, Florida, seventeen-year-old “Vicki Bayle,” attractive, smart, and dreaming of doing something remarkable with her life, becomes pregnant. By the time her parents learn of her pregnancy, it’s too...

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Cometh the Two

By Jon Messenger

Cometh The Two was written by Jon Messenger. The book was created in a general poetry genre. The design and layout suits the story well. It is a short story in poetry with a topic of knights-soldiers. The book has a great adventure story within...

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Chronicles of Jongleur, the Storyteller

By Sandra Gallimore

“Chronicles of Jongleur, the Storyteller” by Sandra Gallimore is a fictional story based on a family who are the descendants of Mary Magdalene. The story is told to us as Jongleur reports it to Friar Simon at the end of his life. The tale begins...

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Capricorn's Collapse

By Michael J. Tucker

It is June 17th, 1972, and Tom Delaney is working late at his office in the Watergate Building in Washington, DC. When he discovers a number of men breaking into the office next to his, paranoia (born from his involvement with the mob) makes him...

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Canadian Sunrise

The Voyages of Radisson and Groseilliers
By Robert N. List

What a marvelous work of historical fiction! In "Canadian Sunrise", Robert List has given the reader an up-close and personal view of the Canadian wilderness during the last half of the seventeenth century. French Canadian Pierre-Espirit Radisson and his sister's husband Medard, Sieur Des Grosseilliers,...

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Castaway Hearts

By Taryn Raye

Catherine Barrett arrives in Virginia as a foreigner to her closest kin and secretly engaged to the one man her grandmother would frown upon — her seafaring grandfather’s apprentice Nathaniel. Add to her troubles the rich and intriguing older brother of her secret betrothed, Dawson...