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Book: Longing for Home by Lisa M Wayman
Seventeen-year-old Irena clutches all of her belongings, waiting to be processed through Ellis Island in 1892. She hopes for a better life than she had as a Slovenian maid. "Life in America is difficult and unsettling," she thinks. "I had the sensation of disintegrating. I felt myself in little pieces. Was I Slovene, American or even maybe Irish? Catholic or Pagan? For a moment I wasn't sure even [...]
 
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: Kidnapped - A True Story of an American Family Held Hostage by the US Embassy by John T. Evans
When John & Kerri Evans discover their son, Kameron, has a biological sister who is an orphan in Cambodia, they seek and receive permission from the US Government to adopt her and bring her home to the USA. For the next 6 years, the Evans family is held hostage in Cambodia by the US Embassy, USCIS, and US Departments of State and Homeland Security. The Embassy staff instructs them to pay bribes [...]
 
Book: The Missings by Peg Brantley
Aspen Falls Colorado police detective, Chase Waters, is working the most interesting and difficult case of his career. Interesting because mutilated bodies of young men and women are appearing regularly in and around his small mountain college town. Difficult because the victims are all Hispanic and that part of town tends to guard its secrets. What he doesn't know is that everything is about to [...]
 
Book: Hummingbird by David Stearman
She feels like a misfit. Who is she? Where does she belong? Is she Lexa, Alexandra, or someone else? Forced to commit a crime, she flees south of the border--and a vindictive bounty hunter follows her. Will she escape? Find redemption? Learn who she really is and where she belongs? The answer lies hidden in a tiny seaside village where wandering hummingbirds rest their wings.
 
Book: Heart of Endurance by Joel Savage
The departure of her husband to Europe left Akua and her one year old son in a state of total darkness and solitary confinement. There were rumors around the neighborhood that her husband had abandoned her and married a White woman, as many Africans do in order to obtain documents in Europe and the United States of America. A beautiful and charming woman, many men, including pastors who would [...]
 
Book: Little Boygium - Wonderful Experience by Joel Savage
"Little Boygium, Wonderful Experience" reveals how Joel endures nearly impossible challenges while simultaneously juggling a forklift driving course and writing books. He calls these tough moments "the wonderful experience." A brilliant book written by a writer, an adventurer, and a storyteller, "Little Boygium, Wonderful Experience" is an incredible book of inspiration and encouragement to [...]
 
Book: An Immigrant's Tale - From Freedom to Slavery in the 21st. Century by Deborah Peters
An Immigrant's Tale took about 3 years to complete. I began writing it because I was angry at the system. It took her 23 years to finally become eligible to receive her green card. She had lost her mother during those years and was unable to return home to bury her. This is a tale of a young woman who gallantly left her country for a better life but instead was burdened and oppressed by her [...]
 
Book: The Difficult Journey by May J. Panayi
What if the world was like this? This book is about human nature. Compassion, hatred, fear, love and intense passion in every form. It is the story of a group of people, and their actions and responses to another group of people, who happen to be trying to move from point A to point B on this planet of ours, for whatever reasons. Whatever position of opinion from which you approach this story, it [...]
 
Book: The Mismatched Braid by Weam Namou
To escape the military under Saddam's harsh regime, Amel flees Baghdad after the Gulf War, just before his eighteenth birthday. Smart choice! He illegally immigrates into Athens, where he meets his first adversities one of which is a boss captivated by women and trees, the other a roommate who switches price stickers on grocery products to charge Amel more money. Amel's world changes when Dunia, [...]
 
Book: Joe Public's Political Perspective by Billy Ray Chitwood
"Joe Public's Political Perspective" is a book of observations from a US citizen who does not apologize for his conservative leanings. However, the author of this book understands that one political party does not hold all the answers to critical issues facing our nation. The current Democratic president, his administration and Democratic-controlled Senate have created in this person's opinion [...]
 
Book: Definition of Freedom by Lily Amis
Definition of Freedom is the follow-up story to Destination: Freedom, an autobiographical novel. This time, the author is primarily concerned with her experiences regarding unemployment and bullying. During the 27-year period waiting for her naturalization in Switzerland she experiences lows, blows and all-too-human disappointments and finds out that she was even betrayed by her own father. Still [...]
 
Book: AIDS Doesn't Discriminate, So Why Do We? by Joel Savage
Benta lives in a little apartment in the Lake District on the outskirts of one of the beautiful cities in the Scandinavia Denmark - Aarhus. She soon becomes seriously ill after being diagnosed with AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). The stigma surrounding the disease causes many of Benta's friends and family to desert her. Kofi, an illegal immigrant, willingly accepts the task of caring [...]
 
Book: Little Lily - based on the memoir Destination - Freedom by Lily Amis
A loving story about a little girl named Lily and her mother Sima. Mother and daughter are being protected and blessed by the guardian Angel of hope during a difficult journey in their life. This book is based and inspired by the memoir: "Destination: Freedom", the first book of a trilogy by Lily Amis and reminds us that every one of us has a guardian angel and is protected and blessed by the [...]
 
Book: Nobody Wakes Up Pretty by Diane Lefer
New York City, 1992. For Holly, it's the summer when the city she's lived in all her life changes past recognition. And the funerals are about to begin. "Let's get this out of the way," she says. "I'm a white woman who likes black men." That includes her lover Samps. Once a young artist of promise, he's now homeless, living in a Harlem squat, and maybe, Holly fears, clinically insane. But that [...]
 
Book: I'm here to help by S. F. Chapman
It had all seemed so right at the time, Sharon realized with a shudder. Long ago she had made a collection of tiny and innocent decisions that had precipitated a most profound and unpredictable outcome. Minutes ago her seventeen-year-old daughter, Renita had stumbled upon the subtle inconsistencies of her birth while completing some college applications. Now she waited reproachfully for Sharon to [...]
 
Book: The Yeoman - Crying Albion Series - Book 1 by Tyler Danann
When a group of ultra-radicals unleash their agenda in Britain a group of patriotic colonels push back with a successful coup. A short but bloody war sees two sides manifest, on one side are the ultra-liberal, big government Coalition. On the other is nationalist Albion striving for self-sufficiency, isolation and an ethno-state. The Coalition schemes to enrich the British Isles with a final [...]
 
Book: Tecate Peak - The Edge by Michael Hudon
In between, in its nearly 300 delicious pages, there are continuing and interwoven subplots packed full with passion, drama, love lost and regained, moral dilemma, brotherhood, and suspense, always sandwiched by more action. Tecate Peak traces the ebb and flow, the frenzy and the calm that is the day to day life of Harry Dugan, a cop from a family of cops who proves to be the epitome of the old [...]
 
Book: Mottak state of mind by Nathan Haddish Mogos
Much has been said and written about immigration politics in Western Europe, but in his debut novel Mottak state of mind, Nathan Haddish Mogos represents the voice that has not been heard, until now. Written from the unique perspective of an Eritrean refugee, this is the first novel from inside a Norwegian refugee institution, where people from different countries, religions and cultures all wait [...]
 
Book: The Pitcher by William Elliott Hazelgrove
A boy with a golden arm, but no money for lessons. A mother who wants to give her son his dream before she dies. A broken down World Series pitcher who cannot go on after the death of his wife. These are the elements of The Pitcher. A story of a man at the end of his dream and a boy whose dream is to make his high school baseball team. In the tradition of The Natural and The Field of Dreams, this [...]
 
Book: A Rage to Live - Surviving the Holocaust So Hitler Would Not Win by Victor Breitburg, Joseph G. Krygier
The Holocaust of WWII affected many lives in many ways. This is the story of one man, his family and some friends. I started the idea with a play about a fictional character, who survives the Holocaust ands becomes a comedian in the Borscht Belt during the 1950's. After doing some research, I discovered some articles written by Victor and decided to write about a real person. I contacted him and [...]
 
Book: The Godless One (An Ari Ciminon Novel) by James Clayton Rogers
Ari Ciminon (The 56th Man), former member of Saddam Hussein's Special Security Force, has dealt with crooked cops, drug rings and maniacal assassins. Now he is tucked away in a safe house in Richmond, Virginia, continuing his task of identifying Iraqi insurgents for American military intelligence. Protected by the U.S. Marshals Service, he still manages to get into hot water when he innocently [...]
 
Book: The Flautist by John Needham
Leah Weisman is a twenty-something flautist (flute player) trained at the renowned Juilliard music school in New York. Unfortunately, she makes disastrous choices in men. Benjamin Wolfewitz, now Walters, is a Londoner and one-time refugee and has two things in common with Leah: he's also Jewish, at least by birth, and also a flautist, with a top London orchestra. Patrick Brennan is [...]
 
Book: Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class? by Dennis L Binder Jr
Compelling new eBook:,Does God Love the Wealthy More Than the Middle Class? (3 1/2 years in the making), showcases how excessive tax rates harm everyone's quality of life & how tax cuts actually create jobs, result in higher tax revenue, grow the economy (based on real math) and - most importantly - how it all relates to the issue of personal freedom. It's a game-changing outlook; an education [...]
 
Book: Confederado do Norte by Linda Bennett Pennell
October, 1866 - Mary Catherine is devastated when her family emigrates from Georgia to Brazil because her father and maternal uncle refuse to accept the terms of Reconstruction following the Confederacy's defeat. Shortly after arrival in their new country, she is orphaned, leaving her in Uncle Nathan's care. He hates Mary Catherine, blaming her for his sister's death. She despises him because she [...]
 
Book: Transformed - Paris - A Quirky Queer Spy Novel, #2 by Suzanne Falter
Transman spy Charley MacElroy travels to Paris to help French authorities break up a Neo Nazi plot to scatter dirty bombs throughout the city. His older lover Electra comes along to study French, but she soon discovers Dickie Borque, an sinister British aristocrat with lavender hair, may be behind the plot. Charley, however, is not so sure. Meanwhile, she and Charley begin having love troubles [...]
 
Book: Multifarious Notions by Bill Hylton
The stories in this book have a broad range of subjects: sexual attraction, gun safety, a U. S. Senator's Vietnam experiences, children in state custody, karate and its effect on a father/son relationship, frontier survival, frontier justice, and modern justice when an Arkansas Deputy Sheriff arrests a Mexican chicken plucker.
 
Book: z2 by Sherrie Cronin
Alex once walked away from a rare ability to warp time, thinking it was only a young man's trick to play basketball better. Now, as a father and teacher, he needs to relearn the skill quickly before the past begins to destroy his own future. To protect his daughter and his most promising student, he must stop the school at which he teaches from turning the clock backwards to an era of white [...]
 
Book: The Consular Investigator - Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire by Onofre Poonin
Get involved with one of the unknown facts about the life of a Consular Investigator! The author provides you with an in depth description of ten of his well-depicted chapters. He carefully describes the circumstances that lead to taking you to his simple dream, his adventure and fulfillment, even to his downfall and his faith in God, the tragedy that destroyed him, and a vivid description of the [...]
 
Book: King Donald by George Thomas Clark
In King Donald readers join Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and many others on araucous ride into a fictional world infused with facts from one of the roughest political races in modern U.S. history. Rubio rips The Donald who insults Megyn Kelly who counterattacks, and the candidates begin battling around the nation for months, and often reveal what [...]
 
Book: Green Card Soldier by Bruce Zielsdorf
Green Card Soldier is the story of Andro Babich--a naive, but inquisitive Bosnian teenage soccer star--as told by Heath Winslow--a cynical, self-deprecating war correspondent. Set amidst the civil-war ravaged Balkans of the early '90s, Winslow recounts Andro's exploits, including his daring escape to America where he receives a green card and joins the U.S. Army, ultimately earning his [...]
 
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: America Libre by Raul Ramos y Sanchez
After years of anti-immigrant backlash, anger seethes in the nation's teeming barrios. The crowded streets bristle with restless youth, idled by a deep recession. When undercover detectives in San Antonio accidentally kill a young Latina bystander during a botched drug bust, riots erupt across the Southwest. As the inner-city violence escalates, Anglo vigilantes strike back with shooting [...]
 
Book: The Stealer of Memories by Mois Benarroch
It has happened to all of us, we're talking with our brother of a childhood memory and suddenly he says, but you didn't do that, I did. And that seems normal. But, what do we remember when we remember? Scientific studies show that in less than twenty-four hours we have already changed the memory of what has happened to us. Perhaps our memories are not always completely ours, only partially ours, [...]
 
Book: The Reparations of Bill Clinton by J.C. Shannon
Join Bill Clinton and Checkers, President Nixon's faithful dog, as Bill tries to escape Political Purgatory at the height of the Monica scandal. Together they navigate the seven rooms of Political Pitfalls to try and salvage Bill's tarnished Presidency. A humorous book, featuring over 300 colorful political personalities, within 169 colored pages. Being conservative has never been so Natty!
 
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