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Back To Sovietsky

By Michael and Danny D'Agostino

If you love comedy that is laced with humor, then the boisterous novel Back to Sovietsky by Michael and Danny D'Agostino will be the best read for you. The authors have masterfully combined elements of humor and adventure in a brilliant kind of way to...

Crocodile Chamber

By Gayendra Abeywardane

Crocodile Chamber by Gayendra Abeywardane is a short, but most intense and unusual read, and is definitely not for everyone. Readers who will be drawn to Crocodile Chamber aren’t afraid of dark stories. They are readers who enjoy reflection that intellectualizes and explores…even if it...

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Christmas Magic 1959

By Kathryn Meyer Griffith

Christmas Magic 1959 by Kathryn Meyer Griffith tells the story of the Christmas of 1959 when the author was a young girl, just nine years old. She recalls the sights, sounds and smells of everything on that special day with her grandparents, mother and father,...

Waiting For Aegina

Book Two in The Gift Saga
By Effie Kammenou

Waiting for Aegina: Book Two in the Gift Saga by Effie Kammenou is a well-plotted, character-driven story that explores the thrills and challenges of friendship, a friendship that grows through space and time. Readers are introduced to the five women known as the “Honey Hill...

Summer Girl

A Novel
By Linda Watkins

Summer Girl by Linda Watkins is a heartfelt story of a boy and a girl. For Jake, living on Cutter Island, off the coast of Maine, life is pretty laid back. That is until the summer of ’65 when he meets fifteen-year-old Andi. That was...

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Deviant Agendas

By Katherine Smith Dedrick

Deviant Agendas: A Victoria Rodessa Legal Thriller by Katherine Smith Dedrick is Volume 1 of the V-Files. Victoria Rodessa has graduated from law school and has gone to join Acker, Smith & McGowen, one of the top international law firms that pushes female lawyers to...

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The Fall and Rise of Tyler Johnson

Based on the Journals of a Young Man Turned Fugitive
By Patrice Johnson

There is an almost frantic pace to the narration of the events that fill the 495 pages of The Fall and Rise of Tyler Johnson by Patrice Johnson … and that pace is a perfect fit for what the principal character in this biography, Tyler...

Whispers in the Alders

By H. A. Callum

Whispers in the Alders by H.A. Callum is a lyrical story that combines an eclectic set of literary elements to introduce readers to great characters, the story of an impossible love in a setting that is harsh and unforgiving, a coming of age, a romance...

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Salleys Kitchen

By Bruce Wise Weeks

Salleys Kitchen by Bruce Wise Weeks is a historical event/era fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction that focuses on the Jim Crow era in the South during the 1960s, and who...

Aunt Sookie and Me

The Sordid Tale of a Scandalous Southern Belle
By Michael Scott Garvin

Thirteen-year-old Poppy Wainwright’s mother is a drug addict and drunk who roams the United States, leaving Poppy to be raised by her Grandma Lainey in Arkansas. When Lainey dies, Poppy is sent to live with her grandmother’s sister in Savannah. Aunt Sookie is an abrasive...