Fiction - Social Issues

Sirens Over the Hudson

A Novel of Great Recession
By M.J. Neary

Sirens Over the Hudson by MJ Neary is a Novel of Great Recession, set in Westchester County, NY in 2008, the start of the financial meltdown. The financial district is panicking, but for the privileged residents of Sleepy Hollow and Tarry Town, it’s all just...

Grannie Panties Are UnderRated

By Gayle Erickson

This captivating novel, Grannie Panties Are UnderRated by Gayle Erickson, begins with the prologue taking place in Tokyo in 1994. The main character, 24-year-old Elle, has been living in Tokyo for two years. She has a boyfriend, Tak, and she knows she is in big...

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The Nine Assignments

By Glenda Winders

The Nine Assignments by Glenda Winders is a literary fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and young adults interested in exploring relationships through a fictional lens. As children, half siblings Gina Chambers and Larry Langley were two peas in...

Love Thy Neighbor

A Precarious Endeavor
By Linda Bello-Ruiz

Love Thy Neighbor: A Precarious Endeavor by Linda Bello-Ruiz is a story that demonstrates the power of love and compassion. Meet Rebecca, a woman who loves to keep to herself. She has just decided to escape the northern winters by moving into a small village...

Midnight Sleeper

Yellow Dog Train
By Raeder Lomax

The story is set against the backdrop of the 1920s, with social upheavals becoming the order of the day and the KKK gathering a wide following, characterized by lynching and mob justice. It’s a time like no other, with Wall Street manipulating to determine who...

White Slave

A Novel
By Wayne Gilbertson

White Slave (A Novel) by Wayne Gilbertson is an action adventure story that would appeal to a diverse audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy action stories that take place in Africa and who do not mind the topic of the sex slave...

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Playing for the Save

By Rachelle Ayala

Playing for the Save by Rachelle Ayala is book three in the Men of Spring series, a well-crafted romance that will delight fans of Nicholas Sparks. Meet veteran relief pitcher, Ryan Hudson, a professional baseball player who keeps to himself and who doesn’t want his...

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The Fading of Lloyd

By Kit Crumpton

What was it like to live with a mental condition in the early years of the 1900s? The Fading of Lloyd by Kit Crumpton captures a family’s story as they struggle to cope with the mental retardation of one of theirs amidst social changes affecting...

To the Stars Through Difficulties

By Romalyn Tilghman

To the Stars Through Difficulties by Romalyn Tilghman is a story that espouses the human spirit and the values of community; a story with a beautiful setting and characters that will make readers think about what they are doing for their community; a story that...

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The Journalist

By Leslie Weatherill

A small town weekly paper becomes the central hub in an appalling scandal in The Journalist by Leslie Weatherill. Zoey has just graduated from Berkeley and is looking for a job as a journalist. The only reply to her resume is from a small town...