Fiction - Social Issues

What Remains Unsaid

By Audrey Kalman

A character-driven work of literary fiction, What Remains Unsaid by Audrey Kalman is a story about relationships… a revelation of what makes us who we are and how who we are impacts on the significant others in our lives. It opens with a dark and...

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The Far Haven Treasury

A Windflower Saga Collection
By Aleksandra Layland

Aleksandra Layland presents The Far Haven Treasury, an amazing combination of fantasy, romance, and action. This wonderful tome contains the third part of A Windflower Saga, Far Haven: A Quest for Certitude. A Fight for Justice, but also enriches the saga by the inclusion of...

Code Blue

An Oath to the Badge and Gun
By Jamell Crouthers

Code Blue: An Oath to the Badge and Gun by Jamell Crouthers is the story of a policeman who is dedicated to his job, but when he realizes that there are dishonorable cops, he wonders if he should take action against them or remain quiet....

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The Struggles and Growth of a Man

By Jamell Crouthers

The Struggles and Growth of a Man by Jamell Crouthers is a slim and introspective poetic collection that allows the author to look back at his life, uncovering lessons from hardships, observing the harsh realities of life and capturing, in an evocative style, images of...

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Ruby and Sal

Bk 1, The Unforgettables
By Jane O'Brien

Ruby and Sal by Jane O'Brien is the first book in The Unforgettables series, gripping and utterly fascinating. Encouraged by her friend, Ivy starts writing the story of her great-grandmother, Ruby, a woman who lived to be 102 years old. Now, the author is transported...

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To Be Had

By Sava Buncic

To Be Had by Sava Buncic is a great read with compelling characters. A lawyer who doesn't earn more than a waiter, Boris feels trapped in Greentown. But how can he give his family the life they deserve when there are no prospects of advancing...

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Mary's Journey Begins

Cramped Quarters Book 2
By Ron Shaw

Mary's Journey Begins (Cramped Quarters Book 2) is a short story by Ron Shaw. It was the dawn of a new century; 1899 was becoming 1900 and the Mother Superior was all set to ensure the children knew this was an event to remember. But...

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Proof of Virtue

By Leila Snow

Proof of Virtue by Leila Snow is a historical romance set in Manchester, 1848. Emma Belden has a monumental task on her hands; an orphaned young woman herself and penniless to boot, she has to take care of her four-year-old siblings. Master Seeley’s poorhouse is...

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Blood & Water

By Katie O'Rourke

This is the first novel I have read by Katie O’Rourke, and I’ll be sure Blood & Water is not the last. At first I started to worry about how well I could connect with the story, since we do get to follow five different...

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Santiago Tales

By Terry Tumbler

Santiago Tales by Terry Tumbler is a brilliant, refreshing, and gripping collection of tales crafted around a group of retired people on a pilgrimage to Santiago, a contemporary kind of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. Led by an ex-detective, readers are introduced to a...

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