Fiction - Social Issues

Samuel

Usdi Yona
By Jeff B. Morgan

Samuel: Usdi Yona is an historical fiction novel written by Jeff B. Morgan. Jonathan Newcastle was chafing at the bit as he boarded the train bound for Asheville, North Carolina. He was on an assignment to interview Samuel Timmons. Timmons was a one-hundred-year old African...

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Saving Juliana

By Gretchen Meyer

Orphaned at a young age, Juliana and her younger sister, Tessa, are forced to leave their home and live with their uncle. This, however, is not the end of their torturous journey. Their uncle hands them over to the Community House where they encounter horrendous...

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Ending In V

By Michael Bussa

It is their sixth anniversary and Violet could not be more in love. Unfortunately, the feeling is not mutual and her husband, Gideon, does not share the same enthusiasm. As she hands him his breakfast, Gideon’s blood is boiling. He just can’t help getting angry...

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When Sailors Play

By Susan Jean Ricci

In When Sailors Play by Susan Jean Ricci, Troy Burke was the best big brother that Michael Burke could have ever wanted. He was Michael’s protector, inspiration, and hero. Their bond was strong and admirable. Michael looked up to Troy, who in turn pushed his...

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Lady Justice and the Geriatric Gumshoes

By Robert Thornhill

Lady Justice and the Geriatric Gumshoes is the latest in a long line of hits by popular author Robert Thornhill. In this episode, our hero Walt Williams inadvertently becomes the inspiration for an unlikely trio of fellow senior citizen crime-fighters, and finds himself spending as...

Izzy As Is

By Tracie Banister

I almost never miss a Tracie Banister book, and was absolutely delighted to read and review her latest, Izzy As Is. I actually went into the story without realizing that we would be meeting characters from past novels that Tracie Banister has written, and was...

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Changes

Buckland Gap 2
By Charles Stanley Wiltshire

Changes: Buckland Gap 2 by Charles Stanley Wiltshire is an inspiring story that follows Steven Harding, a man who finally returns home from prison, reformed and looking forward to a new start in life, but who meets a society that hasn’t outgrown its moral standards...

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Baggage!

By Dana L Turk

Baggage! by Dana L Turk is a spellbinding novel that fans of military fiction will adore. Crafted with a lot of wisdom and compassion, it offers wonderful lessons on courage, loyalty, friendship, family, and pain. This is a beautifully told story that revolves around five...

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The Last Fernandez

By Sandra Perez Gluschankoff

The Last Fernandez by Sandra Perez Gluschankoff is a historical novel that transports readers to a turbulent moment in history, allowing them to feel the dynamics of the Spanish Inquisition and the bloody war in Argentina. It explores what it meant to be a Jew...

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Catwalk, Dream

By S. Q. Orpin

Catwalk, Dream by S.Q. Orpin is a thrilling tale of life, love, and decisions. Casi Roberts, queen of glitz, is a swimsuit model. By night, she travels the LA club scene with Alix Grey, a celebrity artist and her latest boyfriend. Her life is lived...

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