Fiction - Literary

Call Me Pomeroy

A Novel of Satire and Political Dissent
By James Hanna

Call Me Pomeroy: A Novel of Satire and Political Dissent is a humorous fictional narrative, written by James Hanna. Fifty-seven years ago, Eddie Beasley was born. Now, he finds himself forever on parole for a crime he unknowingly committed after bedding a woman who'd lied...

The Siege

A Psychological Thriller
By James Hanna

The Siege (A Psychological Thriller) by James Hanna is a fiction novel that follows a prison takeover. The Siege will appeal most to an audience of adults who enjoy prison fiction with all of its raw grittiness. The story takes place in The Indiana Penal...

The Shape of the Atmosphere

By Jessica Dainty

The Shape of the Atmosphere, the excellent book written by a promising debut author, Jessica Dainty, is a story that I found very difficult to put down once I started reading it. Follow the story of young Gertie MacLarsen, a teenager who has felt ugly...

The Other La Bohème

By Yorker Keith

The Other La Bohème by Yorker Keith is aptly labeled literary fiction, an interesting story that explores the life and career of the Dolci Quattro. After their breathtaking performance of Puccini’s well-known opera, La Bohème, during their graduation, four friends form a band called the...

The Fifth Floor

By Julie Oleszek

Sad. Happy. Heart-warming and heart-breaking. Those are the words I would use to describe The Fifth Floor by Julie Oleszek. In 1970s Chicago, young Anna thrives in the commotion of her large and rambunctious family. With ten children in the home, there is always something...

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Field of Dead Horses

By Nick Allen Brown

Elliot is living a life plagued by loneliness even if he doesn’t know it yet. He has his work, his training assistant, the Bennett family that work for him and a cantankerous father who mostly sits on the porch with his doting dog Banner. But...

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Pushing Through the Darkness

From Montserrat to Montserrat
By Linette Arthurton Bruno

Marguerite's family reaches a crossroad after going through an upheaval caused by a natural catastrophe in their homeland, Montserrat. Their lives drastically change forever as they move to Montpellier, France. Her husband George is not his usual self anymore, and her children are going away...

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The Absent Woman

By Marlene Lee

"The Absent Woman" is the story of a woman's journey to find herself. Virginia Johnstone seems to have it all: a beautiful family, a job and a comfortable life in Seattle. She is, however, bored with her life and the urge to give it a...

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Land Without Evil

A novel
By Matthew Pallamary

"Land Without Evil" by Matthew Pallamary introduces us to the Guarani people of South America during the late 1700's. This is not a new story in general as we all know many civilizations were subjected to the invasion of Europe in earlier times. However, the...

Wildflowers

By Sally A. Stephenson

Sally Anabelle Stephenson's "Wildflowers" is the story of Helena, a daughter of a top Nazi official, and Edith, a half Jewish girl, during the 1940's. When Hitler came to power, their lives became entangled together. Edith and her family had been hiding their identity and...

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