Fiction - Social Issues

Darling Girl

By Terry Hiner

DG’s family isn’t like other families. For one, her father is a pipeliner so her family is never in one place for very long. They go from state to state and country to country, wherever the work is. More importantly, though, her beloved mother...

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Death's Kiss

By Regie Khemvisay

Death's Kiss by Regie Khemvisay is a post-apocalyptic dystopian novel set in the future near the turn of the next century, following the Black Jack. This plague ravaged indiscriminately, killing all of those who were over the age of twenty-one. With the passing of time,...

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Dead Reckoning

By Rex Owens

Dead Reckoning by Rex Owens is the third book in the Irish Troubles series, featuring a very compelling and controversial character — Ian Murphy. It’s a tale of redemption and one man’s struggle to find inner freedom and peace. Ian is an internally fractured man,...

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Death by the River

By Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor

Death by the River is a thrilling psychological work by author team Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor, aimed at young adults. Catching the current vogue of teen psycho and revenge tales like Bates Motel, Revenge and 13 Reasons Why, the anti-hero of the tale is...

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Death, Unchartered

By Dorothy Van Soest

Death, Unchartered by Dorothy Van Soest is the second book in the Sylvia Jensen mystery series. When a skeleton is found at the site where a new charter school is being built, Sylvia digs into her past as a teacher during the teachers' strike of...

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Done Running

By Helen Bea Kirk

Done Running is a sleuth mystery novel written by Helen Bea Kirk. Porsha was fifteen years old when her family fell from financial grace and moved from their palatial digs in Hilldale into much more modest accommodation. As the movers packed away the last of...

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Dancing Near The Edge

A psychological thriller with an edge
By Rose D. Franklyn

Could you imagine your wife or husband suggesting, out of the blue, that the two of you should have an “open relationship”, enjoying sexual flings with no guilt and only 3 conditions, one of which is not to discuss your current hookup? That’s what Julia...

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Day Dreamer

By Michael Roberts

Day Dreamer by Michael Roberts is a story of how some people and some life events have a lasting impression on us. As we follow a young man as he grows up and becomes an adult, we look into his life as he would. We...

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Diary of Margery Blake

By P J Roscoe

If you’re a modern woman reading Diary of Margery Blake by PJ Roscoe, don’t be surprised if you cringe at what you read in Margery’s diary. Even though this is fiction, it’s based on historical facts, especially on society’s attitudes towards females in the 19th...

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Dream Walker

By Larry Prosor

Dream Walker by Larry Prosor is historical fiction with a timely message. This decidedly environmentally friendly novel is set in present day California and California of the late 1700s. When Peter Martinez, a member of the Noqoto tribe, loses his job as a wooden Indian,...

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