Fiction - Urban

Rude Boy USA

By Victoria Bolton

A story that begins with someone spitting in another’s face and getting tortured and killed for a secret he can’t reveal immediately raises a lot of interest and curiosity in readers, but the grim fun is yet to begin. Rude Boy USA by Victoria Bolton...

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Boss

By Jennifer Paige

Jennifer Paige’s novel Boss unravels with the story of Miah, a young black American woman who lives in a seedy project with her mother, and they survive largely on welfare. She gets pregnant by Mello, a small time street thug, and seems destined to become...

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Goody One Shoe

By Julie Frayn

On the night of her eleventh birthday, Billie Fullalove witnessed the murder of her parents at the hands of a gun-wielding thug, which also caused her to lose a leg. Billie survives her painful and lonely childhood by settling into a solitary adult life, pursuing...

The Chronocar

An Urban Adventure In Time
By Steve Bellinger

In The Chronocar, science fiction meets history in a dynamic tale of time travel. When Tony finds a science journal about time travel, he combines this new found knowledge with his own near genius talents to design a Chronocar. His first trip is to meet...

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Monarchs and Mendicants

By Dan Groat

In Monarchs and Mendicants, Dan Groat tells the story of Gifford, a homeless Afghanistan veteran who moves into an informal colony of other homeless men in a rundown industrial area of St. Louis. He trusts no one and wants no friends except for his dog....

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From Tickfaw to Shongaloo

By Dixon Hearne

If you have ever lived in a small town or have relatives that live in a small town, you will really relate to From Tickfaw to Shongaloo by Dixon Hearne. Remember those trips you would take to visit an aunt or grandma who would regale...

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Help Wanted

An Assignment: Romance Novel
By Barbara Valentin

Help Wanted by Barbara Valentin presents Claire Mendez and her husband Paul, a couple experiencing what most career couples experience; downsizing, losing your job at the most inopportune time, while at the same time family obligations are revving up, and then of course maintaining a...

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Epic Sloth

Tales of the Long Crawl
By Philip Gaber

Philip Gaber is a writer’s writer. There is an impossibly effortless quality to his narrative in Epic Sloth: Tales from the Long Crawl which captures his New York City environs and subjects with an HD clarity normally reserved for IMAX theaters. Read one sentence -...

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The Mile Highness

By Mr Frank Manner

The Mile Highness by Frank Manner is the story of a rapper’s struggle to make his mark in the industry and the struggle new, aspiring musicians have to go through. Scott Free had a normal life, a satisfying job and a loving family. However, he...

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Developing Minds

An American Ghost Story
By Jonathan LaPoma

Developing Minds: An American Ghost Story is a contemporary fiction novel written by Jonathan LaPoma. Luke Entelechy has been a student teacher and has subbed, but his teaching career is really about to begin when he acts on his impulse to go down to Miami...

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