War Serenade

An Epic WWII Love Story (audiobook)
By Jill Wallace

War Serenade by Jill Wallace is a touching love story between an Italian prisoner of war and a young woman in South Africa during World War II. Despite his low birth, Pietro was a famous opera singer in Italy before being conscripted into the Italian...

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Watkins Glen

By Eleanor Lerman

In Watkins Glen by Eleanor Lerman, Susan had moved to the tranquil town of Watkins Glen fifteen years ago from New York. Now in her sixties, Susan had become estranged from her older brother Mark until she receives a call from his son, concerned for...

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Where Eagles Never Flew

A Battle of Britain Novel
By Helena P. Schrader

Where Eagles Never Flew by Helena P. Schrader is a tremendously moving tale of human conflict, be it struggles within individuals coming to terms with their mortality or sweeping battles across nations driven by territorial prerequisites. Told chronologically from the battle for France through to...

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Wrapped in Quotations

One Gay Guy's Commonplace Book
By Tom Beattie

Wrapped in Quotations: One Gay Guy's Commonplace Book by Tom Beattie is a collection work by the self-described “quotophile”. The anthology has stories of different lengths, primarily flash fiction, with several that are lyrical and wonderfully poetic. Each piece revolves around a quote or ten,...

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Walk Away West

By J.F. Collen

Walk Away West by J.F. Collen takes us on a historical journey back to upper-middle-class New York in the early 1850s. Cornelia Rose is an unusual woman of her time; confident, opinionated, and well-informed about more than just the latest gossip. Newly married to up...

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Wrong Turn At Antares

Adult Science Fiction
By Raymond T Hunter

Wrong Turn At Antares is a work of science fiction written for adults and penned by author Raymond Hunter. Including mature themes, some moderate sexual content and a general discussion of the folly of religion, this interesting and modern perspective centers on the events of...

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Weapons of Remorse

By Chevron Ross

Weapons of Remorse by Chevron Ross features Hank Phillips, an ex-Marine who comes back home as the pride of the nation, decorated with a Medal of Honor. While everyone sees him as a hero, he carries a heavy burden of guilt and struggles to reconnect...

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Willow

A Spellster Short Story
By Aldrea Alien

Willow: A Spellster Short Story by Aldrea Alien is a fantasy fiction tale about a highly respected dwarf named Ylva—a hedgewitch of the High Circle—who has been captured by humans and brought to a castle in an attempt to crush her connection to nature, the...

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When the Haboob Sings

By Nejoud Al-Yagout

In When the Haboob Sings by Nejoud Al-Yagout, Dunya Khair had always noticed the cultural injustices around her but never dared to question them. When her conscience can take it no longer, she dares to speak out for the rights of women and others in...

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What the Tiger Said

By Roger Ladd Memmott

What the Tiger Said is a gem of literary fiction written by Roger Ladd Memmott. Stress is heavily on the word ‘literary’ in this precise description. Not for any false pretensions of affected literariness, but because this short novel, told with the impetus and in-the-moment...

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