Fiction - Social Issues

Radio Underground

By Alison Littman

Set against the backdrop of the revolution against the Soviet regime in Cold War Hungary, Radio Underground by Alison Littman is a huge achievement for a debut novel and a gritty tale that follows a daring journalist determined to see the fall of an oppressive...

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Ruby Rose

Coming Home
By Gemma Ziegler

When Gemma Ziegler's Ruby Rose: Coming Home begins, we meet Ruby Rose Russo traveling to her childhood home in rural Cornishville, Kentucky, a move necessitated by the loss of her husband and their wealth in the stock market crash. Returning home isn't exactly a pleasant...

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Raising Arthur

By Will Sherwood

Arthur Strohmeier shares his childhood in the beautifully written book, Raising Arthur by Will Sherwood. This is a tale of a young boy born to German immigrant parents at a time when it was not easy to be of German descent. His father was already...

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Revelations

The Colburn Curse
By Catalina DuBois

Revelations: The Colburn Curse by Catalina DuBois is the prequel to the well-received first installment, Book of Matthew, in the author's saga series, House of Whispers. DuBois takes us back to the early days of Matthew Colburn's life, a man who grows up before our...

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Ripple

By Rachel Odell Howe

Ripple by Rachel Odell Howe is a spellbinding story that follows an elite triathlete, Jillian Richards, who is involved in a life-threatening accident as she rushes to return home to Boulder and take care of her sick father. If not for the big storm looming...

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Red Clay, Yellow Grass

A Novel of the 1960s
By Richard Barager

Red Clay, Yellow Grass: A Novel of the 1960s by Richard Barager is a fascinating story that combines romance with war to transport readers to an interesting setting in the sixties. Meet two people, orphan David Noble and Jackie Lundquist, college sweethearts whose relationship takes...

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Running from Color

A Novel
By Morenike'

Running from Color: A Novel by Morenike' starts with a personal letter from the author which expresses a racist experience she had at Walmart, one that opened her eyes to the painful reality of racism. At the end of the letter, she states with a...

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Roxie & Fred

By Richard Alther

Can love really happen between an eighty-eight-year-old woman and a forty-eight-year-old man? Richard Alther’s novel Roxie & Fred will make readers believe that age doesn’t matter when real love calls two souls to find themselves in each other. Meet 88-year-old Roxie, a woman who has...

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Relationship Resuscitation

The Juniper Court Series
By Jennifer Theriot

Relationship Resuscitation: The Juniper Court Series is a sizzling contemporary romantic comedy written by Jennifer Theriot. Phillip and Jayne Miller seemed like they had it all. His law career was a successful one, and her blog was wildly popular and personally fulfilling. As the first...

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Ruby Dorn

By Paul Wychor

From the outset, Ruby Dorn has only the problems any other fifteen-year-old girl living in a small Minnesota town in the year 1875 might face: her mother recently died in childbirth, her father has been arrested for burning the crops on their farm that had...

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