Fiction - Social Issues

Enclosed in this Heart

By Regina Puckett

Enclosed in this Heart is a historical romance by Regina Puckett. Twenty-eight-year-old Lady Margaret Worthington, considered too old for marriage, happily moves to Mayfield estate that she inherited from an unconventional great-aunt. The large property is managed by Colin Caswell, a man who once rejected...

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Eclipse of the Heart

By Adam Adrian Crown

In what may be misinterpreted as a backhanded compliment, Eclipse of the Heart by Adam Adrian Crown is so much better than it looks. The cover suggests something ethereal but sinister, the blurb promises horse-whispering and cold-blooded vengeance, and some early comments allude to Hemingway’s...

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Eden

By G. C. Julien

Eden by G.C. Julien is a dystopian story that features a unique kind of conflict, one I have never seen so well-developed in any story — the gender war. Before the American Rebirth, women outnumbered men 7 to 1, until President Price banned the abortion...

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Encore

By Margaret Lynette Sharp

Encore from Australian author Margaret Lynette Sharp is a collection of twenty-five short stories built around the themes of love, betrayal, loss and redemption. From sixteen-year-old Annie in Annie’s Story, that details her attraction to and obsession with her fantasy about Keiran, to middle-aged Caroline...

Ending In V

By Michael Bussa

It is their sixth anniversary and Violet could not be more in love. Unfortunately, the feeling is not mutual and her husband, Gideon, does not share the same enthusiasm. As she hands him his breakfast, Gideon’s blood is boiling. He just can’t help getting angry...

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Every Mother's Fear

Shocking story about motherhood in the 1950s
By Joanna Warrington

Every action has a consequence and nowhere is this more obvious than in Every Mother’s Fear, Joanna Warrington’s riveting work of historical fiction. London, 1959. Nineteen-year-old Sandy Lambert has big dreams of a modeling career and a trip to Canada. With a body to die...

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Everything She Lost

By Alessandra Harris

Nina Taylor, who suffered a mental breakdown, is fighting to keep her sanity and her family intact. Rodney is her husband and seemingly no longer interested in her. They have two little girls, Bree and Laila, whom they both love dearly. Nina’s best friend, Deja...

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Expecting the Unexpected in Derbyshire

By Margaret LynetteSharp

In the world of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, there is never a dull moment. Mr. Darcy’s sister, Georgiana, recently married, has commissioned a portrait to be painted by her cousin Anne’s husband. Anne, estranged from her mother, Aunt Catherine, is in her final months of...

Eye of a Needle

And Other Stories
By Cornelia Fick

Eye of a Needle: And Other Stories by Cornelia Fick is a gorgeous collection of short and long stories, each suffused with unique literary elements to entertain readers. The author captures the reality of South Africa in vivid detail, in a voice that is clear...

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Eviction Notice

New World Order
By Don Trimble

Greed and the thirst for unlimited power are the driving forces behind the effort to eliminate a large portion of the earth’s population in Eviction Notice: New World Order by Don Trimble. Beginning with North America, people are told, during an interruption of the Super...

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