The Winds of Midnight

The Tragic Story of the Pattenburg Massacre
By G. Gordon Long

The Winds of Midnight: The Tragic Story of the Pattenburg Massacre by G. Gordon Long is a fictional story incorporating historical accounts of a violent riot fueled by racial tension which occurred in 1872 in the small village of Pattenburg, New Jersey. It resulted in...

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The New Mrs. Brooks

A Margaret Brooks Novel
By A.J. Davis

The New Mrs. Brooks: A Margaret Brooks Novel by A.J. Davis is a story with an unusual premise: Margie is not only grieving over her lost husband, but she also needs to escape from her overprotective children, from California to somewhere, anywhere, else. It’s not...

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The Discontent of Mary Wenger

Paper Dolls, Book 1
By Robert Tucker

In The Discontent of Mary Wenger, Paper Dolls Book 1, by Robert Tucker, the author has taken a subject and an era that is very difficult to analyze and has written about it with compassion, understanding, humor, and unending love shown in different ways. The...

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The Griefmaker

By George H Gurley

The Griefmaker is a work of fiction penned in the literary style which is in the interpersonal drama, social issues, and cultural issues subgenres. It is intended for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author George Gurley. Much in the style of...

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Tears in a Bottle

Hearts Crying Out for Hope
By Cheryl Gerou

Tears in a Bottle: Hearts Crying Out for Hope is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama, Christian fiction, and social issues subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Cheryl Gerou. In this highly emotive and heart-rending...

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The Drop and the Glop

By Sanjiv Saran

The Drop and the Glop by Sanjiv Saran is an engrossing novel that takes place in a part of the world in upheaval: The India-Pakistan war in 1965 and the liberation of Bangladesh in 1971. Against this turbulent period are intertwined lives that will come...

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The Scent of Gardenias

A Strong Woman Overcoming Circumstances Novel
By Lorraine Haas

Lorraine Haas writes about the struggles Margaret “Maggie” Rose Locke faces during World War II in her novel The Scent Of Gardenias: A Strong Woman Overcoming Circumstances Novel. Maggie wants to leave behind her childhood home and oppressive father. One afternoon, Maggie’s younger brother James...

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Touch

By Rebecca Miller

Touch by Rebecca Miller is the story of two troubled teens, Megan and Shawn, whose lives intersect in a small town and are changed forever. Megan and her brothers are starting over in a new town, a fresh start their father says, after the tragic...

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The One We Forgot to Love

By Sandy Totten

When Addie realizes her oldest daughter is living a waking nightmare of mental illness, she fights to support Seri without neglecting her youngest child, while maintaining a healthy marriage. This ambitious undertaking backfires in multiple ways as Seri listens to the Voice in her head...

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The Uniform

By G. Gruen

In a place where most people, even his friend Herman, preferred the cold comfort of death to life, David Korda’s survival instincts refused to succumb. When Leibig offered David’s services to Frau Hausler in G. Gruen’s The Uniform, David suddenly found himself on a two-hour...

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