Fiction - Social Issues

Kingdom of Famine

Winter Agent Juno #2
By Mike MacDee

Kingdom of Famine is the second book in the Winter Agent Juno series by Mike MacDee, an interesting read with a dystopian setting. It’s an age of total disruption, set against the backdrop of a world dominated by a ruthless matriarchy, where men endure untold...

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Keep Dreaming

Leron's Song
By Ramon Robinson

Keep Dreaming: Leron's Song is a graphic novel about social issues for preteens and young adults written by Ramon Robinson, and with illustrations by Francis Roman LLamzon. Leron’s life and world are informed by music. He hears music in everything, from the pounding of rain...

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Keystone

By Bernard Leo Remakus

Keystone by Bernard Leo Remakus is a novel about a young man’s life told in his own words. Keystone begins with a young boy named Peter Kaminski who lives with his parents in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His father is a serious-minded Polish immigrant and his mother...

Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies

By Al Gromer Khan

Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies by Al Gromer Khan revolves around three main characters: Kurt (a German), Bongo (an African), and Toby (an Indian). There are other side characters in the story, but they are just that -- side characters. This does not mean...

Key Largo Blues

The Sequel to Dakota Blues (Karen Grace) (Volume 2)
By Lynne M. Spreen

Key Largo Blues: The Sequel to Dakota Blues (Karen Grace) by Lynne M. Spreen is a compelling novel that explores social issues and follows one woman’s struggle to come to grips with problems in her life. The story takes off from the previous book, where...

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Kate & Ruby

By Emily Gallo

Aww… retirement. The event we all anticipate. The golden time of our lives when we can relish that quiet time that years of hard work give back. At least that is what Kate thought as she celebrated the end of her teaching career with dinner...

Kismet

A Desi Rhapsody in London
By Shaheen Darr

Anyone who is interested in the many challenges faced by those who leave their homeland to live in another country will love Shaheen Darr’s lovely novel entitled Kismet: A Desi Rhapsody in London. The current day story takes place in Southall (a London suburb), and...

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Kelly

A Tale of Ould Ireland
By Mark Plets

Kelly: A Tale of Ould Ireland by Mark Plets is a story that shows a very powerful woman with the ability to stay true to herself and be what her people want her to be. Kelly is a barmaid who owns her own pub and...

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