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Book: Far Across The Sea - A family saga by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
An historical fiction novel that paints a vivid picture of life in the coal mining villages of Scotland in the early 1900s, and leads to life in the coal mines of Australia in the 1950s. FAR ACROSS THE SEA is a family saga that begins in Scotland in 1913, progresses through two world wars and follows a young man who takes up the offer of assisted passage to Australia as part of the Australian [...]
 
Book: Coming to Astoria - An Immigrants Tale by Omar Kiam
Why do children growing up together in the same household turn out so completely different? How can a child raised in a family of twelve be so lonely? Coming to Astoria is a collections of essays on growing up in a different culture and the experiences of moving to a foreign land Coming to Astoria takes the reader on a journey of self-discovery which is humorous, entertaining, and educational. [...]
 
Book: Mr Alexander by Roger H. Panton
Mr. Alexander is an intriguing story of deceit within a Jamaican family in '70s London. In this book, readers will follow the Alexander family through their journey with those who are around them - it is a literary piece laced with intriguing scenes, unforgettable characters and an absorbing storyline. Jamaican born Mr. Alexander loses his wife in a tragic accident. Six months later, Mr. [...]
 
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: Overseas Chronicle by Joel Savage
Overseas Chronicle: The Rome and Amsterdam Experience is another suspenseful, thrilling epic tale of Joel Savage's books inspired by true events. As an illegal immigrant in Europe, before documented, he narrates how he survived the hostile harsh conditions and mafia gangs of Rome, Italy, by sleeping at rough places including the central train station and the notorious pantanella, an ex-Pasta [...]
 
Book: Bed-Bugged (Doodlebugged Mysteries) by Susan J Kroupa
Laugh out loud with Doodle, the cheeky canine narrator who has delighted dog lovers and fans of gentle mysteries of all ages. When Doodle's "career change" lands him a job with a new boss, he's not worried. Sniffing out bed bugs? Easy as pie. Well, easier, actually, as getting pie can be a problem for a dog. Doodle finds best part of the new job is Molly, the boss's ten-year old daughter, who [...]
 
Book: Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan - A Great Educator by Brenda Mohammed
Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan: Journey of an Educator, is the memoir of a great Educator. Do you know that at one time Education was not a priority? The young teacher Andrew overcame all obstacles and became a trailblazer in Education in his country climbing the ladder from classroom management to school principal.and superintendent of schools. Later in life, he became a Presiding Elder in [...]
 
Book: The Flavor of Cultures by Weam Namou
Mervat was born in Iraq as a minority Christian and in the late 1970s and came to America at age two. Torn between her cultural heritage which dates back over 7300 years and the new land of freedom and opportunity, she watches friends live an Americanized lifestyle while she clings onto Middle Eastern traditions, all along yearning for the courage to follow her own path, to "Trust thyself" as [...]
 
Book: American Me? by Dennis Matranga
American Me? is the one book that will offend everyone-white, black, brown, yellow, green, red, or blue. Are you part of the problem or part of the solution? American Me? says what's on the minds of millions, and though it is not politically correct, someone had to say it: Are you an American? Do you really want to be an American? What is an American?
 
Book: Along the Ravenswood (Chicago Stories Book 2) by Eileen Robertson Hamer
For architect Seraphy Pelligrini a chance to renovate the Ravenswood church designed by famed Chicago architect Louis Sullivan is the commission of a lifetime. For Tommie MacKinnoin, commissioning Seraphy is a way to repair their broken friendship. But when they discover the body sealed in the font, Seraphy falls into a web of intrigue and violence. A secret journal points the way, but as she and [...]
 
Book: Fleeting Visions by Rene Natan
Louis Saura is a lonely seventeen-year-old in Canada who knows what it is to fight and survive the hard way. Orphaned at the age of two and raised by a poor and sick uncle, his life suddenly changes when his uncle dies and local crime boss Camilo Estorbar comes into his life. Soon, Louis spurns Estorbar and the fight for his life begins. As Louis plays cat and mouse with Estorbar, he crosses path [...]
 
Book: What Foreigners Need To Know About America From A To Z by Lance Johnson
This unique book paints a revealing picture of America and its people for those foreigners who will benefit from a better understanding of America. It will also inform Americans who want to learn more about the U.S. and how it compares to other countries around the world. World traveler and teacher Lance Johnson studies cultural differences and the difficulties foreigners have understanding crazy [...]
 
Book: Why Immigrants Come to America - Braceros, Indocumentados, and the Migra by Robert Joe Stout
Stout plunges the reader into the social and political upheaval that the immigration question exerts on 21st century America. Personal encounters, conversations, interviews and newspaper accounts provide a vivid and accurate picture of indocumentado life, both in the workplace and at home. They highlight the successes and failures of immigrants, as well as the challenges and contradictions that [...]
 
Book: Keys to Tetouan by Mois Benarroch
From the author of Gates To Tangier, here comes the famous Israeli novel Keys to Tetouan. Mois Benarroch who has won the Prime minister prize in 2009 and the Yehuda Amichai prize in 2012. A real event! Keys to Tetouan is the novel of the Benzimra family and its infinite branches expanded all over the world. They are born in the city of Tetouan, Morocco and emigrate to Madrid, New York, Paris, the [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Little Miss HISTORY, Volume I (Volume 1) by Barbara Ann Mojica
Little Miss HISTORY has packed three of her NYC adventures into one exciting book. Visit the STATUE of LIBERTY the symbol of hope and promise for the immigrants who passed it on their way to fulfilling their dreams as they awaited inspection on ELLIS ISLAND. Then journey up the Hudson River to the USS INTREPID to witness and explore hands on one ship's amazing history in WW II, the Vietnam War, [...]
 
Book: Butterfly Tears by Zoë S. Roy
Butterfly Tears is a collection of fifteen pieces of short fiction that depict the experiences of Chinese immigrant women facing the challenges of life in a new country. The stories are set in different parts of China, Canada, and to a lesser extent in the United States and examine Chinese women's cross-cultural experiences in North America as well as women's issues and political discrimination [...]
 
Book: Maggie's Brujo: A Maggie McGill mystery (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 3) by Sharon Burch Toner
Maggie McGill Mystery #3 - As a child Maggie McGill dreamed of riding the range through the wide open spaces of a Wild West filled with cattle rustlers, white hats, and black hats galore. When Maggie and her daughter, Allie, meet for a Thanksgiving vacation at an Arizona dude ranch, they certainly don't expect to find danger lurking with the turkey mole. Even before they arrive at the ranch [...]
 
Book: Brooklyn Italian - A Memoir Of Recipes Of Days Gone By by P.C. Marotta
Brooklyn Italian: A Memoir Of Recipes Of Days Gone By tells the story of a place in Brooklyn New York called Williamsburg. A story of food and the Italians who created the traditional dishes we still enjoy today. Food prepared in the peasant tradition, healthy and satisfying. Italian culture is about family, friends and gathering around the table enjoying conversation and great food. From the [...]
 
Book: Strangers In Another Country by Lawrence Gordon Taylor
Set in the late 60s and two ethnically different environments (London and Stockholm), this collection of two short stories and two novellas describes social and personal problems encountered by the four protagonists respectively: Betty, Binky, Charlie, and Moby - the men are fictionalised expatriates from the Caribbean. Themes are dreams, loneliness, alienation, disappointment and the lack of [...]
 
Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to ELLIS ISLAND (Volume 6) by Barbara Ann Mojica
A journey begins with leaving one place and venturing forth toward a new one. Millions of immigrants left their homelands in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to seek the promise of a better future in America. Why did they abandon their homeland? Some fled from political oppression or slavery, others sought work or the possibility of acquiring land to farm. Those who entered the Great Hall [...]
 
Book: Trapped in Shades of Grey by Christopher Slater
During the trying days of World War II, everyone was called upon to do their patriotic duty. But what if that duty required you to live, eat, sleep, and fight alongside the enemy? Christoph Ernst, the son of German immigrants, is recruited to become a deep cover agent in the German Wermacht. He excels at his assignment as a soldier and a spy. As the war in Europe heats up, he realizes that he has [...]
 
Book: It's not me, it's you. . . by John James Ashton
Steven does not have much luck with men. After catching his boyfriend sampling some 'Turkish delight' whilst on holiday in Morocco, he decides to end the relationship and start re-building his life. As someone who values a relationship above everything else, he believes that the best course of action is to get back into the world of dating - only to find it's a minefield. Each guy has their own [...]
 
Book: Another Space in Time by Richard Bunning
This is a Writersworld paperback that the author categorises as speculative science. The novel tracks the first 18 days of Rodwell Richards "rebirth" on a planet with an earth-like environment, and a very similar human population. Reborn at the chronological age at which his life was ended on Earth he has to rapidly come to terms with a new life. Accused of murder Rodwell is soon on the run from [...]
 
Book: Streets of the Near West Side by William S. Bike
Streets of the Near West Side tells the tales of the individuals and events for which the thoroughfares of one of the most interesting neighborhoods in one of the most fascinating cities in the world are named. Presidents, priests, politicians, pharmacists, physicians, soldiers, businessmen, real estate developers, financiers, philanthropists, Revolutionary and Civil War battles, Indian chiefs, [...]
 
Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to The Statue of Liberty (Volume 2) by Barbara Ann Mojica
Since her last trip to Mount Rushmore, Little Miss HISTORY has journeyed more than 1700 miles over land, sea and air to reach her second destination, The Statue of Liberty. This national treasure stands proudly in New York Harbor welcoming all people to the land of freedom and opportunity. In this second book of the series, Little Miss HISTORY will help you discover who thought of the statue in [...]
 
Book: The Inside Passage (Ted Higuera Series Book 1) by Pendelton C. Wallace
Somewhere on Canada's Inside Passage, terrorists plot to destroy a cruise ship filled with celebrities and VIP's. The Inside Passage could be in today's headlines. Ted Higuera, the son of Mexican immigrants, grew up in East LA. An unlikely football scholarship was his ticket out of the barrio. Chris Hardwick was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. The two become college roommates and best [...]
 
Book: Doubleback - The Georgia Davis Series by Libby Fischer Hellmann
Little Molly Messenger is kidnapped on a sunny June morning. Three days later she's returned, apparently unharmed. Molly's mother, Chris, is so grateful to have her daughter back that she s willing to overlook the odd circumstances. A few days later, the brakes go out on Chris's car. An accident? Maybe. Except that it turns out that Chris, the IT manager at a large Chicago bank, may have [...]
 
Book: Other Systems by Elizabeth Guizzetti
Without an influx of human DNA, the utopian colony on Kipos has eleven generations before it reaches failure. Earth is over ninety light years away. Time is short. On the over-crowded Earth, many see opportunity in Kipos' need. After medical, intelligence, and physiological testing, Abby and her younger siblings, Jin and Orchid, are offered transportation. Along with 750,000 other strong young [...]
 
Book: Lust in Time by Stevie Woods (794 A.D.) and others
Love and lust through the annals of time, from ancient Israel and Greece and Rome, to the Vikings, the Wild West, Woodstock, and all points in between. History and fiction meet at the crossroads in these erotic tales of love and lust. From ancient Israel and Greece and Rome, to the time of the Vikings, the Wild West, Woodstock, and all points in between, witness the steamy encounters, lurid [...]
 
Book: Hacker For Hire (Ted Higuera Series Book 2) by Pendelton C. Wallace
If Clive Cussler had written Ugly Betty, it would be Hacker for Hire. Hacker for Hire, a suspense novel about corporate greed and industrial espionage, is the second book in a series about Latino computer security analyst Ted Higuera and his best friend, para-legal Chris Hardwick. The goofy, off-beat Ted Higuera, son of Mexican immigrants, grew up in East LA. An unlikely football scholarship [...]
 
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