Fiction - Literary

Summer Girl

A Novel
By Linda Watkins

Summer Girl by Linda Watkins is a heartfelt story of a boy and a girl. For Jake, living on Cutter Island, off the coast of Maine, life is pretty laid back. That is until the summer of ’65 when he meets fifteen-year-old Andi. That was...

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Surfing with Snakes & Dragons

and other Tales of Suburbia
By Roger J. Couture

Surfing with Snakes & Dragons, and other Tales of Suburbia by Roger J. Couture is a collection of eight short stories depicting the way of life (and more) in southern California. From the outside, California is sunny, happy and full of opportunities (and to an...

Stainer

A Novel of the 'Me' Decade
By Iolanthe Woulff

This engaging novel begins on the twenty-first birthday of Ben Steiner, a Jewish student at Columbia University, in May 1975. Living a comfortable life in Beit Yitzhak, or the “B”, a communal house for Jewish students, seemed boring to Ben. He was ready to find...

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Small Town Roads

By L. B. Johnson

Small Town Roads is a Christian literary fiction novel depicting the lives and reflections of small-town inhabitants. Evelyn, Harry, and Ruby have outlived their spouses and remain in the same homes and neighborhood. They have been friends for many decades. Rachel lost her brother to...

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Something Is Rotten In Fettig

By Jere Krakoff

Something Is Rotten In Fettig by Jere Krakoff is a humorous satirical novel on the criminal justice system. This is a book that would appeal most to an audience of adults who enjoy fiction about the justice system. Leopold Plotkin is a kosher butcher with...

Simple Triple Standard

The Real Official, Almost True Backstory for Modern Commercial Radio
By Ray Palla

Simple Triple Standard pulls the curtains back on the 'glory days' of radio, the 1970s, and lets the reader experience life on the other side of the microphone. Simple Triple Standard opens at a small AM radio station, KNUT, and follows the newsman, Bryant Herman,...

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Sparrow Alone on the Housetop

By Jean James and Mary James

Anne Sumner is one of Anglin Sumner's three children. Angel, the oldest, is cold and calculating like Anglin and works with him in his billion dollar corporation where corruption and exploitation thrive. Anne's computer wiz brother Fred works with Anglin as well, but he is...

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Secrets From The Dust

By George Hamilton

Between 1910 and 1969 Australia had what was known as The Stolen Generation. Children of mixed heritage of the Aboriginal tribes were forcefully abducted from their parents. Taken to orphanages or church missions and made wards of the state, they were adopted out and their...

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