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Book: Fireburn by Apple Gidley
The Danish-owned island of 1870s Saint Croix vibrates with passion and tension as Anna Clausen, a young Anglo-Danish woman, returns to her childhood home after her mother's death. Her heart sinks at what she finds on arrival. Her father is ailing and desolate and her beloved plantation, Anna's Fancy, which has been in the Clausen family for three generations, is in shambles. The unwelcome lust of [...]
 
Book: The Immigrants' Daughter - A Private Battle to Earn the Right to Self-actualization by Mary Terzian
In her award-winning book the author captures the universal immigrant experience through her personal memories. The scene is set in Cairo in the 1940's. She is a member of a tightly knit Armenian family living in an expatriate community of genocide survivors, or escapees, like her parents, from Turkey, during and after World War I. Peaceful life, joy with younger brother's arrival and happy [...]
 
Book: The Road to Frogmore - Turning Slaves into Citizens by Carolyn P. Schriber
What could possibly go wrong? Laura Town and her life-long friend Ellen Murray joined the Port Royal Experiment in 1862 to test their abolitionist ideals against the realities of slaves abandoned by their owners in the Low Country of South Carolina. They hoped to find a place they could call home, as well as an outlet for their talents as schoolteacher and doctor.. It seemed like a good idea at [...]
 
Book: The Liberation (Emancipation Warriors Book 2) by Marissa Shrock
How far would you go in the fight for your country's freedom when it's crumbling from within? In the near future, all seventeen-year-old Vivica Wilkins wants is a normal life. Time with her boyfriend, her computer, sports. But after becoming a fugitive, the only place she'll be safe is among the enemies of the government. She has no choice but to join the Emancipation Warriors, the only hope for [...]
 
Book: The Battle for Tomorrow - A Fable by Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall
A 16 year old girl is arrested for participating in an antiwar blockade and occupation of the US Capitol. Angela Jones pays an enormous price for her beliefs, when she is arrested during an antiwar protest and winds up in a juvenile detention facility. While there, she must fight for the right to live independently, in opposition to laws that require her to be released to a parent or guardian. [...]
 
Book: How Not to Cry in Public - A Novel (The Cousin Cycle) by Jean Stringam
When Brenna Walker suffers a devastating emancipation her senior year of high school in the wake of a banking scandal, she sets off on an undercover search for her missing relatives. Over a series of visits she asks her mother the name of her birth father and why she sent Brenna to her uncle to be raised. Meanwhile, hoping her mother will help her, Brenna continues the hunt for family members, [...]
 
Book: Emancipation (Pen Pals and Serial Killers Book 1) by Jo Michaels
Tobias Butler has been sitting on death row since being sentenced for a gruesome murder in 2007. Bored out of his mind, he decided to apply to the online penpal program in 2012. It's a pleasant distraction nothing more, nothing less for three years, until he's contacted by a beautiful, smart young lawyer named Jess. She's convinced he's innocent and wants to see him freed. As they organize their [...]
 
Book: Grace & Mercy Brought US Through by Phyllis Jean Robinson
Grace and Mercy Brought Us Through is loosely based on the life of my great-grandfather Rev. Aaron Davis. Rev. Davis was born into slavery and grew up during the Civil War. He received freedom with the Emancipation Proclamation and became a circuit riding minister with the Methodist Church in Mississippi. His life as a preacher is well documented, but little was known about his personal life. My [...]
 
Book: Damned Yankee - The Story of a Marriage (The Civil War in South Carolina's Low Country Book 5) by Carolyn P. Schriber
These are the people you don't read about in history books. A Harvard-educated New Englander. He was welcomed as a teacher by a school for apprentices in Charleston, South Carolina. But when his history lessons about the founding of America clashed with the pro-secession rhetoric of local slave-owners, he was out of a job. Can he find a way to reconcile his abolitionist sentiments with the [...]
 
Book: Dear Penelope by Sharon Ihle
ASK PENELOPE! FREE ADVICE Dear Penelope, My intended left me for another woman after I traveled to a strange town to marry him. Is leaving him without certain parts of his anatomy letting him off too easy? Signed, Angry in Emancipation, Wyoming Dear Angry in Emancipation, You need to cut all ties with your former beau not cut off parts of him to which you no longer have a claim. You must strike [...]
 
Book: The First Principle by Marissa Shrock
In the not-too-distant future, the United Regions of America has formed. Governors hold territories instead of states, and while Washington, DC, is gone, the government has more control than ever before. For fifteen-year-old Vivica Wilkins, the daughter of a governor, this is life as usual. High school seems pretty much the same--until one day, that controlling power steps right through the door [...]
 
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