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Book: The Soweto Legacy by Lorry Lutz
The call came mid-morning. "Mother, this is Geoff. I've been arrested. Can't talk now. Please come right away." A click sounded and the call was disconnected. Marcia grasped the receiver so tightly a spasm of pain shot down her arm. Fear short-circuited her breath. Everything had been going so well. Pieter, her husband, was a rising politician in the South African government. Geoff, their eldest [...]
 
Book: The Locusts of Padgett County by Bert Goolsby
Andrew Beauchamp, a criminal prosecutor in the Deep South - during the early 1900s, prepares to prosecute Tobias Erscan for - a capital crime. Erscan, a black tenant farmer, stands accused - of sexually assaulting Lily Cato, a highly- respected white music - teacher and choir director. The town's animosity toward Erscan, further inflamed by a local newspaper and the Ku Klux Klan, makes its way [...]
 
Book: Best Opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States (Vol. I: Race) by Henry Mark Holzer
Many people believe, rightly, that ever since the 1960s the Supreme Court's decisions on the incendiary subject of race have been lopsidedly in favor of preferred classes of people. Often overlooked in Supreme Court decisions involving race have been dissenting opinions, offering a far different view of racial issues under the Constitution of the United States. Presented here are five of those [...]
 
Book: Thorns Of The Roses - A Family's March to Freedom by Alfred James Phillips
After years of relative tranquility, the mixed-race Miller family experiences a traumatic wake-up call as racial tensions begin to build across the South. Thorns of the Roses is the story of a white family and their adopted Negro child who live in the segregated South in the 1950s and '60s. It is the chronicle of one family's struggle against the consequences of bigotry and prejudice while [...]
 
Book: The Proud and the Prejudiced - A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice by Colette L. Saucier
"A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice" All My Tomorrows is losing the ratings war. For headwriter Alice McGillicutty, the past year has had enough drama. Her mother passed away, her last relationship ended in disaster, and now poor ratings are catapulting her long-running soap opera toward cancellation. For comfort and creative inspiration, she begins reading 'The Edge of Darkness,' an old [...]
 
Book: A Secret Life by Lee Carver
The German Army of World War II rips Karl Von Steuben from his family and privileged life, forcing him to conceal his American sympathies and Jewish heritage. Stripped of every tie to his home country, he determines to escape. As he crawls to the Siegfried Line, only he knows the hiding place of gold ingots melted from the jewelry of death camp prisoners. Wounded after assuming the identity of a [...]
 
Book: Pulse and Prejudice - The Confession of Mr Darcy, Vampire by Colette L. Saucier
Elle Magazine selection "A Most Inventive Adaptation" (April, 2016) 1st Place Winner in Category, 2013 Chatelaine Awards Romantic Fiction - NOTE: This is a stand-alone adaptation of Pride & Prejudice from Mr. Darcy's perspective as though Jane Austen had always conceived his character as a vampire. In the few instances in which the plots overlap, excerpts of dialogue from canon have been expertly [...]
 
Book: Lady Elizabeth (Pride and Prejudice Everything Will Change Book 1) by P. O. Dixon
Kidnapping. Deception. Arranged Marriage. An intriguing twist on Jane Austen's timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice! Elizabeth lives a charmed life or so it seems. Despite her noble relations and all the wealth and privileges entailed, there's something missing. During his stay at Netherfield Park in Hertfordshire, Darcy learns of a tragedy that befell the Bennets, a family from a neighboring [...]
 
Book: A Lasting Love Affair - Darcy and Elizabeth (A Pride and Prejudice Variation) by P. O. Dixon
Ranked #1 Best Seller in Amazon's Historical Regency Fiction Darcy was not looking to fall in love. He thought he had it all: wealth, privilege, and ardent passion for his sport. Then he meets Miss Elizabeth Bennet, and soon thereafter he knows that she is the woman with whom he is destined to spend his life. Having suffered a traumatic loss, Elizabeth knows the pain of heartache. She is [...]
 
Book: Only a Heartbeat Away - Pride and Prejudice Novella by P. O. Dixon
From the Author of #1 Best Seller in Historical Regency Fiction, A Lasting Love Affair: Darcy and Elizabeth - Once again, P.O. Dixon delights us with another lovely variation of Pride and Prejudice in her new book Only a Heartbeat Away! I really enjoyed reading it! - Candy M., So Little Time - I love how PO Dixon keeps true to the characters we love while changing the story enough to enjoy a new [...]
 
Book: Forbidden Legacy by Barbara Goss
Unspoiled by her beauty or wealth, Sarah Clarke travels an arduous journey by stagecoach to inherit the Arrow C cattle ranch left to her by the grandfather she never knew. However, the ranch foreman, a half-breed Indian called Storm, also claims legal ownership. The rugged, impassioned young man arouses conflicting emotions in Sarah. Because her own father was killed by Indians, she is first [...]
 
Book: THE SILVER CIRCLE by Daisy J. Perkins
When Oscar Williams was asked to marry Jessica Maddison, a woman he'd never met, his surprise at falling for her almost immediately was equaled only by the fact that she fell for him at approximately the same moment. But they were literally held hostage by the Silver Circle that appeared to suck them both in to its murky depths even as their passion for each other took them to dizzying heights. [...]
 
Book: Underneath by Michael Cargill
Look at the person sitting just across from you. It doesn't matter whether they're a loved one, a friend, or a complete stranger. Now look at their face. Are they happy? Are they sad? Or are they angry? Can you even tell? How well do you actually know the people closest to you? Have you ever seen the real person that lies just underneath what you see...?
 
Book: African Tales by Adam Mann
Starting shortly interdependence in Nigeria in 1963 foreign experts from several disciplines are established to guide and train farmer families to improve their incomes and to develop their livelihoods. In their spare time there was little to do, so this novel explains some of their extra-mural activities.
 
Book: Kept by Tracey Lampley
Kate Mercer finds herself torn between two men. Suave attorney Carrington Grant, is ultra-controlling. Ex-NFL linebacker Lamar Burton has trust issues with Kate. Unknown to Kate, one of these men wants her dead. Kate is very flawed, and she knows it. So she leans on her two best friends who have her back. Or so she thinks. After unravelling herself from Carrington Grant, Kate focuses on her [...]
 
Book: 2-2-3 by Killarney Sheffield
"Have you ever felt dead even though you're very much alive? Sometimes I wonder if the apocalypse really happened, or if the world has always been as it is. Maybe my memories are just dreams and not reality... not this reality anyway." Ocean Delany wants the world to change, she's tired of the same old grey concrete existence, but on her eighteenth birthday a change happens she will regret [...]
 
Book: Frog Chorus by Francesca May
Bella is living and working on the glorious island of Bermuda, running away from a bad break up. When she meets the devilishly handsome Dante there's an undeniable spark between them but she's wary and keeps him at arms length. A chain of unexpected events throw Dante and Bella together as they deliver the 'Black Orchid' yacht back to its home on the Eastern Sea Board. She finds the Bermudian [...]
 
Book: Second Chances (Time) by Lincoln Cole
Nichole is caught in a tough position. She is juggling too many responsibilities as her world falls apart. She isn't sure where she can turn to for help, and she is facing a lot of harsh realities about just how much society can hold her back. Richard is a corporate lawyer who lost his way. He wants to help Nichole through this heartbreaking situation, but he makes mistakes and loses her trust. [...]
 
Book: Sarah's Heart and Passion by Ginger Simpson
Sarah Collins set her sights for California and a new beginning, but never imagines a war party's attack on the wagon train she joins. A sole survivor, Sarah must find her way back to civilization, and a man of half-blood happens along at just the right time and becomes her hero...or is the whole scenario only a dream driven by all the romance novels she reads as an editor? Sarah wakes, her [...]
 
Book: Collision Course (A Josh Williams Novel) by Joe Broadmeadow
Collision Course is an intense police procedural and legal thriller incorporating elements of blind political aspirations, human failings, and hope. In the style of Scott Turow and John Grisham, Collision Course is a fascinating and enjoyable read. The novel is set in the background of the strained relationship between the Police and the minority community arising from racial prejudices embedded [...]
 
Book: Pinky Swear - A YA Short Story by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
The teen daughter of a Puerto Rican enlisted man faces prejudice and finds love at Ft. Knox in the fall of 1964. "Although this short story is categorized for young adults, I am certain it will appeal to many baby boomers like me. From the moment I downloaded it to my Kindle Fire, I couldn't stop reading." -- Kathleen M. Rodgers, author of the novel THE FINAL SALUTE A prequel to the 2008 Amazon [...]
 
Book: My Life in Black and White by Chris Edmonds
A mysterious story of lust, treachery, violent death and reincarnation. Bess was born the first time in Louisiana as the younger daughter of slaves who were emancipated a few years later. She grew up to be an intelligent, adventurous young woman for whom freedom was everything but of particular importance was the freedom to choose what she did and what she didn't believe in. And she chose to [...]
 
Book: e.a.r.t.h. - experiment to alleviate racial tension and hatred by Arthur Douglas
"e.a.r.t.h. is an ambitious, encompassing, sweep of imagination. Not so much a fantasy, as a metaphor a glimpse into a possible paralled reality, in many ways not so much different to our own, an alterative present of someone else's creation. But the figures inhabit this landscape are recognizably ourselves, they are not creatures of science fiction or fantasy literature. What they certainly are, [...]
 
Book: Convergence by John Needham
Martin is a bachelor, a house renovator who has retired to a cottage in the beautiful South Shropshire Hills. His final project is a pair of stone cottages: one for himself and his springer spaniel to live in; the other to rent out to supplement his pension. Lily's parents came to Britain from the West Indies on the Empire Windrush in 1948 in search of a new beginning. She has spent her life as [...]
 
Book: THE THREAD THAT BINDS US by Joan Fallon
'A family secret can have as much impact as a dastardly crime and this one has many layers and unpredictable surprises.' Sophie Meredith Have you ever had a secret that you cannot tell anyone - even your closest friend? Susan's childhood was full of secrets 'Don't tell anyone,' was her mother's favourite phrase. So when she discovers that her father had an illegitimate child called Michael, she [...]
 
Book: All My Tomorrows by Colette L. Saucier
PLEASE NOTE: This title has been retired. An enhanced and expanded version has been published entitled THE PROUD AND THE PREJUDICED: A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice, with 9900 more words than the original, 3 more chapters, and 4 more scenes of our hero and heroine battling their pride and prejudices as well as their intense attraction to one another. 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award [...]
 
Book: Extreme Prejudice - Imogene's Message by Christine Sherborne
Do you love Thrillers with a touch of the supernatural? Edited and recommended by noted editor Don McNair Contains Religious and New Age themes, and some violent scenes. When extreme religious fundamentalists known as the Phineas Priesthood led by Ezekiel Yates and his three cousins, target Xantara Pembroke because they believe she is a witch, they launch a major conflict between unworldly [...]
 
Book: Hey, Nobody's Perfect by Ann Herrick
Life was complicated enough for Sivia before a guy with no legs came into her life. Her parent's divorce did not wipe out their traditional family values. Dad is still way too self-centered, Mom is still resentful, Russ is still shoving food in his mouth and Sivia doesn't need any more drama. But when the new student, obnoxious and legless Keeley, becomes her project partner, her life becomes [...]
 
Book: Black and White - Volume I of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
This dramatic legal thriller examines the impact of racism on the judicial system. Brilliant young trial attorney J.T. Lockman is appointed to represent an African American man accused of murdering a wealthy white man in a county where the Klan has ruled supreme for many years. His client, Lindsey Wilkens, is a proud family man believed by many to be innocent of the crime with which he's been [...]
 
Book: Bella...A French Life by Marilyn Z. Tomlins
An Evocative French Love Story Men leave, says Bella. There is Jean-Louis - French, a successful Paris lawyer and wealthy, elegant and a good-looker, but arrogant, selfish and scornful of 'losers'. And he is married and the father of two daughters. Colin - English, a writer, cultured, kind and protective - steps into Bella's life, but in his own words, "I always run. I always have to be [...]
 
Book: Let's Have Lunch by Stephen P. McCutchan
Let's Have Lunch celebrates the twenty-year journey that a group of clergy and their churches took in order to confront the toxic presence of racism in the community of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It is a story of hope that begins with three people having lunch in the face of some debilitating tensions within their community in 1992. It is the story of the power of community to overcome [...]
 
Book: Oh sh!t, you're black! by Lawrence D. Elliott
Is there a difference between racism and just having a prejudice? In this collection of humorous anecdotes, the author explores an important question. Picture this...you're on the phone with a guy you've never met. He has a strong and rugged sounding voice. You envision he's six feet five, muscular, and handsome. A perfect specimen of maleness! Then, you're shocked upon meeting him. He's actually [...]
 
Book: Vows of Revenge by J. F. Ridgley
Amid pirates, godfathers, and forbidden love, vows of revenge are made in the unforgiving world of ancient Rome. Aelia Sabina, a patrician's daughter, and Martino Lucianus Drusus- a simple plebe rise like phoenixes from the ashes of their lives. Aelia's abusive husband vows to finally destroy this plebe in Rome's court where patricians rule and plebeians grovel. But will Lucianus grovel? Don't [...]
 
Book: Prophecy of the Undead by Fiona McGier
Keisha is a neurobiology researcher determined to discover the secret to intelligence to save humanity from itself. What she learns leads her to realize a bigger threat comes from beyond the stars. Yuri is a Russian vampire whose long-dead feelings respond to the scientist whose brain he admires but whose curves he can't resist. Will his love reach the places in her heart that she has ignored for [...]
 
Book: The Last Toqeph (Gateway to Gannah Book 4) by Yvonne Anderson
While traveling through desolate terrain, Adam stumbles upon an impossibility: a village of Old Gannahan survivors. Hard to believe. Harder yet, it seems one of them is the true heir to the throne. Will Adam right an ancient wrong and lose his inheritance? Or ignore the truth and lose his integrity?
 


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