Fiction - Social Issues

Lie To Me

An Exposé on Sex for Money
By Lynda Filler

Lie to Me: An Exposé on Sex for Money by Lynda Filler is a spellbinding story that explores the psychology of sex in a way that defies Coelho’s Eleven Minutes. Layla Duncan is a magazine writer, a forty-something woman obsessed with digging into why...

Love Thy Neighbor

A Precarious Endeavor
By Linda Bello-Ruiz

Love Thy Neighbor: A Precarious Endeavor by Linda Bello-Ruiz is a story that demonstrates the power of love and compassion. Meet Rebecca, a woman who loves to keep to herself. She has just decided to escape the northern winters by moving into a small village...

Lacy's End

By Victoria Schwimley

A mother and daughter are trying to escape the clutches of a cruel and brutal man in the suspense novel Lacy's End by Victoria Schwimley. Brenda has been married to Sheriff Peter Waldrip since she was fifteen years old. When she got pregnant with Lacy,...

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Lessons II

Mirror Conversations
By LaDonna Marie

Lessons II: Mirror Conversations by LaDonna Marie is a book of freestyle poetry in four parts: Things never said; Awareness, The Shift, and Lessons. They present half a lifetime of conversations that a woman call Abby holds with her reflection in a mirror. "Things never...

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Life

18 Short Stories About Significant Life Events
By Stevie Turner

Author Stevie Turner of The Daughter-In-Law Syndrome is back with Life: 18 Short Stories About Significant Life Events. In this book, Stevie provides stories that appear so real that, as you read them, you may find one that closely identifies either with you or someone...

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Lucky Rocks

By Murray Richter

Lucky Rocks is a novel written by Murray Richter. Determined to catch some fish early in the day, best friends Kevin, Preech and Rudy sneak out of the house before it becomes too hot. Kevin sustains a leg injury after hooking a huge catfish, right...

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Like I Used To Dance

A Novel
By Barbara Frances

The only way for me to begin my review of Like I Used to Dance by Barbara Frances is to say I loved it! For me to love a fiction book that is simply based on the ups and downs of a loving family in...

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Lady Justice And The Sting

By Robert Thornhill

Lady Justice and the Sting by Robert Thornhill provides another dose of the author’s trademark mystery/comedy entertainment. There is a bittersweet aspect to this one, however. While the story itself is fiction, the premise on which it is based is all too real. The story...

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Losing It All

By Marsha Cornelius

Centered around the theme of homelessness, Losing it All by Marsha Cornelius tells the hard luck stories of two main characters. Frank hides a lifetime of pain and mostly bad memories behind the grimy disguise of a street person. Chloe's delicate veneer of domestic respectability...

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Lady Justice and the Conspiracy

By Robert Thornhill

Lady Justice and the Conspiracy by Robert Thornhill is perhaps his best composition to date in the highly acclaimed Lady Justice series of light, humorous mystery stories. However, The Conspiracy is neither light nor humorous. To be perfectly frank, Lady Justice and the Conspiracy scared...

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