Cliff of the Ruin

By Bonnie McKernan

In "Cliff of the Ruin", Bonnie McKernan paints a picture of New York and New Jersey in the late 19th century. Mae Kendrick, an artist and orphan in her late twenties, lives with her aunt, uncle and cousins on a farm in Stillwater, New Jersey....

Cornjerkers

By David A Theobald

Dave, the narrator of "Cornjerkers", and his high school friends are entering their senior year at Hoopeston High School in the small town of Hoopeston, Illinois. It's 1967 and the war in Viet Nam is now full-blown. Protests against the war are increasing across the...

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Comstock Rose

By Catherine MacDonald

After Rose ran off with Ian her family disowned her. Life with Ian was not what she expected; he was a drunk and a gambler as well as a wife beater. Ian was killed working in a mine in Nevada. At only nineteen, Rose was...

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Cherokee Talisman

By David-Michael Harding

"Cherokee Talisman" by David-Michael Harding is a strong look into the lives of strong Cherokee warriors during a time when nothing in the land they lived in was certain. You are first introduced to the mighty Cherokee warrior known as the Dragon who sides with...

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Code Name Sonny

By K.E. Pottie

In 1940, General Charles DeGaulle sent a letter to his fellow Frenchmen urging them to resist the Nazis. And so began the famous French Resistance with its many unsung heroes. In the United States in 1944, teenage Joe and Raymond watch as the owner of...

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Cinders Over the Junction

Book One of an Irish-American Epic
By J.P. Kenna

“Cinders Over the Junction” by J.P. Kenna is an intimate tale of a family’s history, from the mass exodus of Irish emigrants during the potato famine of the 1840’s to the attack on the Twin Towers in 2001. The story begins with a chance meeting...

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Cog Stone Dreams

By Diane Schochet

Dessa Halom's family is poor, Jewish, and living on very little when Dessa meets Leo on a California beach near where her father's car has broken down. Leo sells her a cog stone to make a wish, and suddenly Dessa finds her lost sandals and...

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Court of Miracles

A Human Comedy of 17th Century France
By Brigitte Goldstein

Brigitte Goldstein has created in "Court of Miracles" a story version of the Greek myth of Pygmalion and Galatea. And as Lerner and Lowe did with the musical "My Fair Lady", she has formed a brilliant story based upon the theme of a sculptor who...

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Caistor Parsons - The Gingerbread Man

By Tony Thistlewood

The year is 1586 and the setting is Elizabethian England with the incessant and often violent struggles between Catholics and Protestants ongoing. Red-haired Caistor Parons is, to the uneducated eye, just an orphan but he has been appointed to be Assistant Secretary to Queen Elizabeth's...