Fiction - Social Issues

A Hundred Fires in Cuba

By John Thorndike

A Hundred Fires in Cuba by John Thorndike is the fictional story of Clare Miller, an American photographer married to a wealthy Cuban business tycoon in Havana, a man she'd settled for after a whirlwind affair with the prominent and revered revolutionary Camilo Cienfuegos left...

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At Odds

By Hannah E. Barnes

At Odds by Hannah E. Barnes is a contemporary young and new adult novel about social issues. Savannah couldn’t understand just what had happened to Willow since they all left campus at the end of their spring freshman term. Willow hadn’t reached out to her...

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A Dress the Color of the Sky

By Jennifer Irwin

A Dress the Color of the Sky by Jennifer Irwin is a romance novel featuring Prudence Aldrich, also known as Prue, a woman who is having a hard time navigating her life. Under the control of her abusive husband, Nick, Prue copes with her pain...

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Awakening Forever

The Forever Saga - Book 1
By Jack Schaeffer

Awakening Forever (The Forever Saga Book 1) by Jack Schaeffer is Jack’s story of his life. Graduating from college, Jack fears going home to his abusive family. Accepting an offer from Fred, one of his college friends, he moves to Chicago and takes up a...

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A Plague on Mr Pepys

By Deborah Swift

This is the first book of Debora Swift that I have come across and, trust me, it is not going to be the last. A Plague on Mr Pepys is set in 17th century London, a time of plague and war. However, the world of...

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A Gentleman's Bidding

The Scarlet Salon Book 1
By Jean Wilde

A Gentleman’s Bidding: The Scarlet Salon Book 1 by Jean Wilde is a historical romance about a young woman who will do anything it takes to save her family from financial ruin, and a man who found love in the strangest of places. Emily Price...

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A House Divided

A Saga of the Sixties
By Kip Sieger

A House Divided: A Saga of the Sixties by Kip Sieger is a family saga set against a strong political backdrop, with references to the war in Vietnam and anti-war demonstrations in the US. Meet Paul Milton, who would have been looking forward to a...

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ARF & Soul

By Leon Robertson

“I have discovered that when you look into a dog’s eyes there is a power that draws you in,” says Leon Robertson in the introductory chapter to ARF & Soul and the book shares more of what one gets when one explores the mind of...

An Irish Lullaby

By Louis Michael Manzo

An Irish Lullaby by Louis Michael Manzo inspires belief in the miraculous. Father Sean O’Connor is semi-retired, and at 75 years old he is back at his beloved Saint Aloysius Parish. Reflecting, holding his Medal of Honor medallion, he realizes time has somehow escaped him....

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A Life Naive

By Oliver Phipps

A Life Naive by Oliver Phipps is the story of Hershal Lawson, a trusting and upstanding younger man in Missouri, who could easily be called John Doe, so much is he the humdrum and monochrome Everyman. He's spent his days looking after his Me'ma, who...

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