Fiction - Realistic

On the Path of Destruction

By Roslyn Cox

On the Path of Destruction is a work of dramatic urban fiction written by author Roslyn Cox. Written for adults due to its explicit nature, the tale revolves around coming of age and exploring the world, and is the first in a series. This first...

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Out of the Flames

By Eileen Hare-Scott

If there’s one thing I can say about the author of Out of the Flames, Eileen Hare-Scott, it’s that she certainly is a story-teller. She is also a romantic, has an eye for detail, and knows the locations in which she sets her stories. I...

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On Burning Mirrors

By Jamie Klinger-Krebs

On Burning Mirrors by Jamie Klinger-Krebs is a story about individuals who have to come to terms with a hard truth, whether it's about themselves or someone they loved. Forty-year-old Jules Kanter was a gifted long-time editor and Journal Sentinel columnist who was tragically killed...

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Of Our Own Device

By M.K. South

Of Our Own Device by M.K. South is a great read set against the backdrop of the Cold War in 1985. The reader is introduced to the covert nature of the work of prominent intelligence services. This is a real thriller for fans of espionage...

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Once in a Lifetime

By Kathryn R. Biel

I have read Kathryn R. Biel's work in the past, and her books have always been such fun to read. I was so intrigued by the premise of Once In a Lifetime – a former girl group getting together for a reunion concert. Um, yes...

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On the Bricks

By Penni Jones

On the Bricks, set in the small town of West Plains, Arkansas, is the debut novel from Penni Jones. And from the opening chapters, the hopelessness of a drug-fuelled, dead-end existence for the main characters seeps uncomfortably, yet convincingly from the pages. Ms. Jones’...

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Once There Was Fire

A Novel of Old Hawaii
By Stephen Shender

Once There Was Fire: A Novel of Old Hawaii by Stephen Shender is a compelling tale of the Hawaii of the 18th century till the 19th century, when the innocent Hawaiians were lured into the world of modernity. The novel takes the reader all the...

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One Hell Of A Ride: A Western Historical Romance

By Ju Ephraime

One Hell Of A Ride by Ju Ephraime is a western historical romance novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy western romance and who do not mind explicit language and sexual situations. Cassie Sorrento’s...

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One Hundred Places

By Pedro Vasquez

One Hundred Places by Pedro Vasquez is a realistic fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy bucket list novels and special needs characters. John Peter has Asperger’s Syndrome and has spent his life being sheltered...

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On Common Ground

For Their Country's Good Book 3
By Rebecca Bryn

On Common Ground is the last book in Rebecca Bryn’s trilogy, For Their Country’s Good, and the scene changes dramatically for Ella and Jem, and Harry Cartwright, Ella’s husband under English law. Ella reaches Van Diemen’s Land, hoping to find Jem, but as a convict....

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