The Junk Yard Solution

Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes
By Peter Kelton

From time to time I read something that doesn’t seem to fit (for me, at any rate) into any traditional genre classification. Such was the case with The Junk Yard Solution: Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes by Peter Kelton. The story opens...

The Eclipse Dancer

By Laura Koerber

The Eclipse Dancer by Laura Koerber follows the journey of a thirteen-year-old as she learns of her hidden identity and later as she comes back home after years away from her family. Andy had always known she was different and more than once she was...

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The Yesterlings

Secrets Among the Wild Horses of Sable Island
By Peter Kelton

When I read Reminds Me of My Innocence: Amorous Adventures Among Kissing Cousins by Peter Kelton, I knew I would read anything from this author, so I was just as eager to read The Yesterlings: Secrets Among the Wild Horses of Sable Island, and again...

The Front Porch Sisters

By Sue Chamblin Frederick

Reading The Front Porch Sisters by Sue Chamblin Frederick is like sipping Southern Comfort in front of a warm fire, or, perhaps more appropriate to the primary setting of the book, relaxing on the front porch, watching the sun set over country farmlands. The Front...

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The Stendhal Summer

By Laurie Levy

The central character in Laurie Levy’s The Stendhal Summer, Alison Miller, carries a lot of baggage on her trip to Europe. She struggles to wrangle her luggage on and off trains, in and out of taxis and hotels, up and down stairs. Alison, 54, is...

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To Squeeze a Prairie Dog

An American Novel
By Scott Semegran

To Squeeze A Prairie Dog: An American Novel is a work of literary contemporary fiction by author Scott Semegran. Melding the genres of modern day folk tale with both satire and humor, the book centers on our unlikely hero, J.D. Wiswall. Working for the state...

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The Room Above

By Laura Hergane

The Room Above by author Laura Hergane is a work of literary fiction. Although a shortish read, it has the kind of gravity to it that feels much longer. The words read off the page like poetic prose and throughout most of the book have...

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Take the Late Train

By Jack Messenger

Take the Late Train by Jack Messenger is a novel based on the life of Stephen Ketley, a professor whose marriage begins to fray at the seams on his tenth wedding anniversary. Problems with his wife's infidelity is only one of a number of issues...

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Tiny Shoes Dancing and Other Stories

By Audrey Kalman

The major thread running through Tiny Shoes Dancing and Other Stories by Audrey Kalman is the intricacy of all kinds of emotions of people from all walks of life. Tiny Shoes Dancing, the collection's title, is the first story. It’s about a mother of...

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The Unfinished Child

By Charles D. J. Case

The Unfinished Child is an accomplished work of literary fiction by author Charles D.J. Case. In a fragmented narrative that reflects the mind of our unstable narrator, we follow the life path of Aidan Benjamin Conway, a lawyer facing devastating consequences pending a corruption inquiry...

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