Fiction - Social Issues

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Passage to the New World
By Jan Frazier

In the middle of the nineteenth century, life in Germany for the average person was incredibly hard. A failed revolution, crop failures, the potato blight, plus political and religious repression made many look to the “new world” of the United States for salvation and freedom....

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The Vase with the Many Coloured Marbles

Book 1, Emma; Book 2, Marla
By Jacob Singer

The Vase with the Many Coloured Marbles is the intriguing title chosen by Jacob Singer for his book on the equally intriguing story of a young Coloured girl in South Africa who crosses the racial barriers in place at that time and passes herself off...

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The Other

A Psychological Thriller Featuring the Extractor
By L.J. Sellers

L.J. Sellers has a new fan: me! In fact, she has lots of fans if you consider the fact that she has written 23 novels, is a 5-time Readers Favorite Award winner, and is one of the highest rated crime fiction writers on Amazon. And...

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The Water Hemlock

By Casper Valentine

Upon reflection, when is a psychological thriller more psychological than thriller? When it’s The Water Hemlock by Casper Valentine. But before you conclude that this is a negative observation on this novel, it’s not at all. In fact, it’s a compliment. You see, what Valentine...

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The Berkeley Girl: Rendezvous in London

A Novella and Other Stories of the '60s
By Elise Frances Miller

The Berkeley Girl: Rendezvous in London - A Novella and Other Stories of the '60s by Elise Frances Miller is a novel that some people might take as a romance, but it is much more than that. More of a woman’s story to find herself...

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The Navigator II

Irish Revenge
By Steve Coleman

The Navigator II: Irish Revenge by Steve Coleman is a novel about an ordinary American guy called Joe Anderson who is drafted in as a CIA agent to infiltrate the IRA in Ireland. Joe, who poses as a tourist and sailor, has his own reasons...

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The Second Cortez

By Chadwick Wall

Bodies dumped, increasing violence, and a cartel that grows by the day and that kills with impunity! The Second Cortez by Chadwick Wall follows the story of thirty-two-year-old literature professor Nicolás Nolano whose idyllic life gets turned upside down as the violence escalates in his...

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The White Hat Ruffian

By James McVan

A delightful blend of crime, coming of age, and psychological thriller, The White Hat Ruffian by James McVan features sophisticated characters and a tightly written plot full of twists. The narrative begins with the protagonist’s backstory with dramatic childhood episodes, a parent arrested, and the...

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The Rabbi Wore Bell-bottoms

A Novel Memoir
By Art Novak

If you guessed from the title, The Rabbi Wore Bell-bottoms, that this “novel memoir”, as it’s been categorized by author Art Novak, is going to be a fun read, you are right. It’s fun, yes, but it’s also uniquely serious, and as such will have...

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The Saga of Chief Barking Loincloth

In Search of a Hero
By Larry Sargeant

The Saga of Chief Barking Loincloth: Book One - In Search of a Hero by Larry Sargeant is the somewhat embellished quasi-memoir of the author, written to entertain as his life is reenacted across the pages by its new protagonist, Alan Bentley. The book begins...

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