Neither Out Far Nor In Deep

By Leah T Williams

Neither Out Far Nor In Deep is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama, cultural issues, and coming-of-age subgenres. It is intended for the young adult reading audience and was penned by author Leah T Williams. We find ourselves exploring the fascinating relationship between...

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No Job for a Woman

The Wars of Jenny McLeod
By Dorinda Balchin

No Job for a Woman (The Wars of Jenny McLeod) is a work of fiction in the historical, social issues, and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Dorinda Balchin. In this opening novel of a...

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Not My Ruckus

By Chad Musick

Not My Ruckus by Chad Musick is a tragic tale of an autistic child growing up under harrowing circumstances in the early 80s. Fourteen-year-old Clare has a deep crush on her neighbor Esther, but she has only dared talk to her since two weeks past....

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No Way Out

By Betty R Wall

No Way Out by Betty R. Wall tells the story of an unusual couple, Chris and Sara, who cross paths, become friends, and then lovers. Chris works with horses and likes to live in the moment. Sara likes to think things through and make plans....

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New Shores

By Ciaran J. McLarnon

New Shores by Ciaran J. McLarnon is a gripping survival story set in the prehistoric period. All Li wants is a chance at leadership and to sire some grandsons to create a lasting legacy within his tribe. After failing to make his chief, Mark, listen...

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Nermina's Chance

By Dina Greenberg

Nermina’s Chance by Dina Greenberg is the harrowing and sometimes heart-breaking story of Nermina Beganovic as she struggles to recover from losing everything she has. A victim of war crimes during the Balkan War and forced to flee her country, Nermina settles in Portland, Oregon....

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Nincompoop

A Novel
By John C. Picardi

Nincompoop: A Novel by John C. Picardi follows Leonardo, a twenty-something-year-old man who moves to New York City with big dreams. In New York, his friend Julia helps him get a job at a small bar in the East Village called Bar Plato. The reader...

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Needing Normal

Freshman Year
By Emme Grange

Entering her first year in high school, a gifted teen determines to be a typical teenage student in the brilliant coming of age novel, Needing Normal (Freshman Year) by Emme Grange. Jett Harper's intelligence is above average. Accustomed to excelling in school, she is expecting...

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News of the Day

Adventures of a Wildly Cantankerous Veteran Newsroom Saving Dying Newspapers
By Peter Kelton

News of the Day: Adventures of a Wildly Cantankerous Veteran Newsroom Saving Dying Newspapers by Peter Kelton is a satirical and perceptive look at the state of media today, especially the printed word, through the daily newspapers. When it is announced that yet another hedge...

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No Barking Please

The Life and Times of a Kennel Maid
By Jonathan Diack

“The Mistress had always envisaged the kennels as a club for like-minded dogs who would frolic during the day and sleep soundly at night with minimum supervision.” Hmm! Really? And what about the incessant barking? You can’t expect to fill a kennel with dogs and...

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