Fiction - Southern

Mosquito County

By Lucinda Waldron

Mosquito County is romantic historical fiction written by Lucinda Waldron. Emma Kingston grew up in the late 1800s as a member of Boston’s elite society, but she’s not all that taken with the way women are supposed to behave. She prefers riding her horse in...

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Murder, Mayhem and Bliss

Myrtle Grove Garden Club mystery Book 1
By Loulou Harrington

Murder, Mayhem and Bliss: A Myrtle Grove Garden Club Mystery is the first cozy mystery novel by Loulou Harrington, and centres on the residents of Myrtle Grove in Oklahoma, USA. Jesselyn (Jesse) Camden, 50-ish and happily divorced, part-owns The Gilded Lily Tea Room and Coffee...

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Riding the Dog

By Sybil Rosen

Riding the Dog is a short story collection written by Sybil Rosen. The title refers to the Greyhound Bus Lines which is, for many people, the means by which they travel across the country. In one story, the dog is how mothers, sisters, girlfriends and...

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Rose Wood

By Sharon Mikeworth

Rose Wood is a paranormal thriller written by Sharon Mikeworth. Aileen is a writer who works for the Southern Aurora Magazine. Her column, Skeptical Traveler, is an ongoing report and record of the paranormal activities and places she's investigated. While she tries not to seem...

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Losing St. Christopher

Book 2 in the Cherokee Series
By David-Michael Harding

Losing St. Christopher: Book 2 in the Cherokee Series by David-Michael Harding is the second in a trilogy featuring the story of Chancellor Vann. As the book begins in the 1820s, Vann, son of a shaman, is the epitome of an acculturated Cherokee Indian, wise...

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Yellow Pansies in a Blue Cobalt Jar

By Nancy LaPonzina

Yellow Pansies in a Blue Cobalt Jar by Nancy LaPonzina brings Rhose Guerin's life to the page. A bibliotherapist, Rhose uses books, movies, poetry, anything with words really, as tools in her private practice. At an age between where her daughter's and mother's lives are,...

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Country Roads

The Internal Life of a Mannish Rascal
By Eugene Landon Hobgood

Country Roads: The Internal Life of a Mannish Rascal is a story based on a fourteen-year-old black youngster named Randolph. Randolph grew up in the era when blacks and whites were socially segregated. Blacks lived in a particular area in the town of Cedar Grove...

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Bobbie Lamont

By Zelmer Wilson

Bobbie Lamont by Zelmer Wilson is a fairy tale set in 2010. Bobbie Lamont is a successful woman who has given up on finding love for herself after a bitter divorce. That is when she discovers a man she dated twenty years ago has written...

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The Union of the North and the South

By Ann Mock

"When God closes a door in your life, he opens a new window." Laura didn't know if she particularly believed in that old saying. She had suffered so much in the last five years since her marriage abruptly ended. Laura has a secret pertaining to...

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Almost Snow White

By Jeffrey Blount

Almost Snow White by Jeffrey Blount is the story of Precious Anne Sprately. Her mother was raped by her father, resulting in a mixed race child that, although she can pass for white, struggles with her identity. She has lived the pain of life as...