And Trouble Followed by Michael T. Tusa Jr.
This historical fiction is set in 1868 during Reconstruction. It follows four former union soldiers, two white and two black, who set out to different parts of the country to restart their lives after their military discharge. But in a world torn asunder by disunion, trouble followed.
Still Crazy by Judy Prescott Marshall
A strong, loving and passionate wife discovers a handwritten note that has the power to either destroy her or make her stronger yet. Still Crazy is the story of one woman's journey through pain, betrayal, and forgiveness as she learns to trust in herself.
Not So Bad by Tudor Robins
Back in her small-town childhood home, big-city success Hazel has to rethink her nice-girls-finish-last philosophy if she wants to save her family’s farm and earn the love of nice (and nice-to-look-at) local school teacher, Gus.
15 Minutes by Larissa Reinhart
A former star of a hit teen detective show, Maizie Albright, returns to Georgia to pursue her dream of becoming a private eye and finds Hollywood has followed her home.
Afterword by Jeremy Bibaud
Twelve of the weirdest and wildest jobs you never knew existed. Take a journey through time in this award-winning genre-bending collection and witness the lives of twelve fictional characters working some of history’s strangest professions that no longer exist.
The Coal Miner's War by Randall R. Reese
Based on an international award-winning screenplay, The Coal Miner’s War is a fictional account of a watershed moment in labor history that unfolded in Colorado on April 20, 1914, dubbed the “Ludlow Massacre.”
Sealed With Courage by Laura Scott
Sign language teacher Aubrey Clark feels responsible when ten-year-old Lucas goes missing. Navy SEAL Mason Gray has never balked at risking his life for his country or for the safety of women and children. But risking his heart? That wasn’t supposed to be part of the plan . . .
The Way To Remember by Martha Reynolds
THE WAY TO REMEMBER is the poignant story of a displaced young woman struggling to figure out who she is within the context of her hometown and the carefully masked dysfunction of her family.
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