Fiction - Social Issues

Enclosed in this Heart

By Regina Puckett

Enclosed in this Heart is a historical romance by Regina Puckett. Twenty-eight-year-old Lady Margaret Worthington, considered too old for marriage, happily moves to Mayfield estate that she inherited from an unconventional great-aunt. The large property is managed by Colin Caswell, a man who once rejected...

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Safety Net

By Debra M Ladensack

Safety Net by Debra M. Ladensack brings action from the get-go and ensures that the reader is hooked just after reading the first chapter. The story is surprisingly intense and made me read on and want more. This is the story of Kristopher Robbins, a...

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Contraception

Our World, Reimagined
By Degen Hill

"Humans had attempted to create a mechanism to expedite natural selection, but few believed Darwin would have been proud." Contraception: Our World, Reimagined by Degen Hill is a dystopian suspense thriller with a story that orbits the year 2070, when the world has become so...

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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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She Didn't Have a Choice

A Romantic Thriller
By Harshul Srivastava

Audrey Muller was a mentor at Ironwood, a residential treatment center for troubled teens. One of her mentees, Lindsay, had gone missing and Audrey knew her family well. She did not want to put the blame for Lindsay’s disappearance on her parents. Her mother told...

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There Is A Generation

Kids of the Greatest Generation Volume 1
By WH Buzzard

The children of the 1950s were a generation whose parents were survivors: survivors of the Depression and the Second World War. Their parents knew how to make do with what they had and how to defend what was theirs. The children mirrored their parents. So,...

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Cascading Petals

By Jane C Brady

Bullying is never okay! That is what they always say in schools all over the world, but is it just a platitude that those in authority spout, without truly adhering to? In Cascading Petals, by Jane C Brady, we face bullying head-on, not in an...

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Walking Shadows

Stories of Tragedy, Love & Triumph
By Chijioke Dikeocha

Walking Shadows: Stories of Tragedy, Love & Triumph by Chijioke Dikeocha is a collection of nine short stories that deal with the various emotions associated with life and living. Each story exposes the complexities and unpredictability of human life and relationships, and deals with relevant...

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On Burning Mirrors

By Jamie Klinger-Krebs

On Burning Mirrors by Jamie Klinger-Krebs is a story about individuals who have to come to terms with a hard truth, whether it's about themselves or someone they loved. Forty-year-old Jules Kanter was a gifted long-time editor and Journal Sentinel columnist who was tragically killed...

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A Plague on Mr Pepys

By Deborah Swift

This is the first book of Debora Swift that I have come across and, trust me, it is not going to be the last. A Plague on Mr Pepys is set in 17th century London, a time of plague and war. However, the world of...

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