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Book: Touching The Footprints Of Jesus by Dr. Terry Dorsett
Devotional guide based on a trip my wife and I went on to the Holy Land with a group of pastors from New England. It was an amazing week as we visited the places we had learned about in seminary and preached to others about for years. Walking where Jesus walked was intensely spiritual and humbling. Throughout the trip I made notes of what the Spirit was speaking to me. Though my notes were [...]
 
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: Arrested Development - A Veteran Police Chief Sounds Off About Protest, Racism, Corruption, and the Seven Steps Necessary to Improve Our Nation's Police ...
BOOK DESCRIPTION Repression of protest. Racial profiling. Excessive force. Misconduct. Corruption. In this hard-hitting book, Chief David Couper talks about his career, the police subculture, and his 20-year transformation of police in Madison, Wisc. The book is autobiography, history, and a police improvement manual in which he outlines the seven steps police must take in order to overcome the [...]
 
Book: The Singing Shooters (Natalie Dvorak Mysteries) by Geoffrey A. Feller
Following a suspension after closing the Mercury Man case, Detective-Sergeant Natalie Dvorak is back on the job with the Vermont State Police at full rank. Her latest case has Dvorak on the trail of brutal killers whose crime complicates Dvorak's own personal life, threatening someone she holds dear. A demo tape of songs containing racist lyrics proves to be a vital clue to the murderers' [...]
 
Book: Most perfect exchange - The cost of liberty by N. K. David
"Jackson Michaels, an African American, narrated his story as an American at a time when racism was expected to be dwindling in America. He luckily met Lydia, a white American that was different and was not among the crowd. Her effort to help Jackson get a better job in her family company was thwarted by her brother, William, who was a racist. Things seemed to change when Regina, a beautiful [...]
 
Book: Silenced Justice - A Josh Williams Novel by Joe Broadmeadow
Because without Truth, there is no Justice!Silenced Justice. The compelling new novel of corruption, greed, and the search for the truthLieutenant Josh Williams is back in this latest thriller from Joe Broadmeadow, Silenced Justice. When his former boss, retired Lieutenant Chris Hamlin, asks him to reopen an old case, Josh uncovers the shocking truth behind an innocent man's death in prison. In [...]
 
Book: Bad Analysis by Colin Knight
When good intelligence becomes bad analysis, people die. This is Wilson's nightmare. As communication intercepts, dead terrorists, and institutional blindness lead the Wests 'five eyes' intelligence community to conclude an Islamic attack against mainland Europe is imminent, Wilson, a crotchety, 'old-school' intelligence analyst, has doubts. When a cryptic voice message, left by a murdered [...]
 
Book: The Sin of Certainty by B. Y. Rogers
Lost in the racial bigotry of the antebellum South, Doyle Max stands accused of sexually molesting and killing two young white boys. Certain of his guilt, the entire town screams for the noose around the black man's neck. Crusading against the local political machine, Rose Henn takes up Doyle's cross, blindly unaware that for twenty-two years, fate has been waiting for her.
 
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: Lords of the Lash by Frank Kale
Due to a human study gone awry, Zachary Dunbar has just resigned from his position as a research psychologist at Harvard University. Before resigning he developed an influential theory, Trait Theory. While critics claim that Trait Theory is nothing more than modern day eugenics, Zachary notes that the distinguishing point between his theory and eugenics is the importance of the high stress [...]
 
Book: Shattered Allegiance by Philip S. Woods
Conspirators who view the United States' entitlement class as a bottomless drain upon the economy decide to take unilateral and decisive action. These determined collaborators carefully plan and put into motion a campaign to eliminate the black population within the Continental U.S. The group orchestrates and unleashes a campaign of terror in the nation's inner cities. The death toll from these [...]
 
Book: There's Jews in Texas? by Debra L. Winegarten
Winner of the 2011 Poetica Magazine national contest. "Debra L. Winegarten writes frank, funny, poignant, punchy poems. This collection shines with radiant spirit." Naomi Shihab Nye, Guggenheim Fellow. "Debra Winegarten's poems are sharp, sometimes funny, always on the mark when it comes to our difficult understanding of difference. Her poems move through those childhood lessons of identity and [...]
 
Book: Sins of the Father by Lee Williams
This novel is historical fiction. It involves an African American man whose ancestors were emancipated from slavery in Mississippi over 100 years before the action starts. He now finds himself enslaved to the Ku Klux Klan and about to begin a journey that will find him involved in the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy. He escapes the Klan and assumes a new identity in [...]
 
Book: The Texan - A Tale of Betrayal & Revenge by Anne Carey
Drama as Big & Bold as Texas! A contemporary romance filled with suspense, murder & satire. This tell-all isn't about one woman's revenge on a man who done her wrong. This book is her revenge. In the spring of 1980, Janet Blake arrives in the small town of Buena Vista on assignment for her NYC-based magazine, stealing bad-boy BJ Brayden's heart. She fights prejudice, racism, and his meddlesome [...]
 
Book: Blood on the Roses by Robert Hays
In 1955, at the height of alarm over the Emmett Till murder in Mississippi and after the Supreme Court ruling against school segregation, AP reporter Rachel Feigen is sent to Tennessee on a missing person case. She quickly finds herself caught up in problems of her own when three local extremists decide to teach her not to poke around in things that are none of her business. This frank and honest [...]
 
Book: Lucy Green Eyes - Not Everything Green is Gold by Paulette Benjamin
"Oh, how I wished I could've told her what had happened. How I wished I could've let go and allowed the tears to spill. But I knew that if I had cried, Mama would've asked me what the matter was. And if I had told her the truth, she would've said that I was lying. And if she thought that I was lying . . . well, you know the rest. Still, I wonder . . . did she know? Did anyone know? Didn't [...]
 
Book: I Want Candy by Tiana Laveen
Candy Benet is a smart, attractive, loving, and sensitive woman with a great head on her shoulders. There is just one problem - her sense of direction as it pertains to men takes her down multiple winding roads with dead ends. Longing for a happily-ever-after, Candy attracts numerous men only to have her fairytale ending crash and burn time and time again. As each relationship begins and ends, [...]
 
Book: A Season of Innocence by Barbara Buxton
One summer night in 1945, a family awakes to the terror of white monsters in white robes. The Ku Klux Klan has invaded the home and the lives of Mose and Bessie Thompson and one of their children has been taken. Every black person's fear since the time of slavery has happened. A Season of Innocence is a tale of race, murder, and the search for justice in a Southern white society. The murder of an [...]
 
Book: Justice for the Black Knight by Jerri Blair
"Justice for the Black Knight" won the 2015 Beverley Hills Book Award for Best Legal Thriller. It was awarded the prestigious star by Kirkus Reviews which called it "...superbly crafted...intricately detailed...a must read story of relationships, prejudice and bravery, a vivid paeon for justice." Red City Review wrote that it "...quite astutely tackles the topic of racism, combining the best [...]
 
Book: Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty [...]
 
Book: Gifts of the Peramangk by Dean Mayes
In 1950s Australia, during the height of the divisive White Australia Policy, Virginia, a young Aboriginal girl is taken from her home and put to work on an isolated and harsh outback station. Her only solace: the violin, taught to her secretly by the kind-hearted wife of the abusive station owner. However, Virginia's prodigious musical gift cannot save her from years of hardship and [...]
 
Book: Trump and The GOP - Race Baiting to the White House by Earl Ofari Hutchinson
A provocative, first time in depth look at the history and corrosive impact of 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's race baiting appeals and campaign. Political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson also tells how Trump's race baiting tactics follows the pattern set by GOP presidential candidates over the past six decades to win the White House.
 
Book: A Prize for All Saints (John Maletesta) by Don Santina
John Maletesta hit .437 in his senior year, pulling down fly balls like DiMaggio. That was before his left arm was hacked off in World War II. The embittered vet is now riding shotgun for an ambitious expedition of anthropologists navigating upriver through the Borneo jungle toward mountain caves. They are obsessed with finding "Borneo Man," the fossils of the earliest species of homo sapiens. [...]
 
Book: Blood Clay by Valerie Nieman
Blood Clay tells the story of Tracey Gaines, who has moved to rural Saul County, North Carolina, to escape the wreckage of a divorce and becomes a teacher at an alternative school. She devotes herself to renovating an old farmhouse but finds she can't as easily build connections in this new place. When the community splits, she finds an ally in Dave Fordham, a native son who struck out for new [...]
 
Book: American Doll by James Lawless
When Laura Calane of New York comes to Ireland to further her studies and to live in what her father considers a safer environment after 9/11, she discovers that the land of her ancestors is not the haven she had believed it to be. When she meets social worker Danny Faraday, she is torn between her attraction towards him and the emotional blackmail of her uncle Thady who is domiciled in Ireland [...]
 
Book: Saint's Sacrament - Sins of the Father by Tiana Laveen
The Saint series books goes in the following order: 1. The Naughty Sins of a Saint - 2. When Saint Goes Marching In - 3. Saved and SAINTified - 4. Saint's Sacrament - Sins of the Father - 5. Saint and Sinners - The King Angel Child of New York - 6. Cruz Control - featured in the paperback, "The Company"anthology. It is a spin-off story of a character that is introduced inthe 5th book, named Cruz. [...]
 
Book: When Killers Cry by Katherine Edwards
It's 1981 and South Africa is in the grip of apartheid. The ANC's armed wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe, is stepping up violent retaliation; detentions, strikes and riots are increasing daily. Reporter Hannah Smith, stumbles into a quagmire of political conspiracy when she begins investigating the deaths of black activists and dissidents. What she learns puts her life and that of her friends and family [...]
 
Book: A Tree Called TENALPA by Tim I. Gurung
Bert Yellow was running a noodle shop with his wife and son in a foreign soil. Life was simple and happy until the people from the foods and hygiene department paid a surprise visit at his noodle shop. Bolak Brown had a grocery store and was living happily with his family in a foreign land until the police raided his shop and found a package of drug. Lander Gray was working in a big corporation [...]
 
Book: The Slayer and the Sphinx - Book 1 (Volume 1) by Adam Bolander
What if every magical creature you'd ever heard of was real, driven into hiding by an army of violent zealots? This is reality for Sarah Heisen and Porter Collins. Sarah is a sphinx living a life of luxury in her family's mansion. Hidden from all danger, but shut off from the world, she wants nothing more than to escape. Porter is the Slayer's most promising recruit, and his skill is matched only [...]
 
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: The Floater by Sheryl Sorrentino
Welcome to The Great Recession, when companies are laying people off left and right, and even Big Law isn't hiring anymore. At least there's no place at Robertson, Levine & Shemke for 46-year-old Norma Reyes, a recent graduate from an unremarkable fourth-tier law school. Short on luck and desperate for a job, Norma accepts RLS's offer to work as a "floater" (i.e., rotating secretary) a title that [...]
 
Book: The Crisis of Authority - Workforce Tensions by Myrah Tshabalala
The public service in South Africa faces an enormous challenge in improving service delivery not only to meet the citizens' expectations but to ensure quality life for the nation. The urgent need exists to establish what went wrong and how can the situation be turned around. The book established the root causes and the link between two key challenges identified by the government; management [...]
 
Book: Red Card - The Soccer Star Who Lost It All To Gambling by Tony Kelly
A blossoming soccer career marred by mishaps which drove him to disaster. Ruined by an addiction to gambling, Tony Kelly lost his career, his partner and all his money. Now he has written his story to "invite the public, family and friends into my secret hell of racism, despair, depression, stardom, gambling addiction and self-destruction" Tony Kelly was football crazy from the age of seven. At [...]
 
Book: Mica Highways by William Elliott Hazelgrove
"Sleeping with a black man in the South is punishable by death in 1968." A hypnotic tale of terror and temptation, Bestselling author William Elliott Hazelgrove's Mica Highways is an emotion-packed novel that deftly captures the unique landscape of the American South. With its fierce vision of love, violence, and redemption, this powerfully haunting work recalls the intensity and passion of To [...]
 
Book: An Immoral Proposal - Forbidden Love Under Apartheid by Jennifer B. Graham
Picture this. She's from a lower socio economic family, left school at sixteen, works as clerk in a factory. He's from an affluent background, private school education, university degree, member of exclusive social clubs, home in the leafy suburbs. What's the likelihood of their having a relationship: Intimacy? - Probably not. Physical? - For sure. But would it last? Not a chance. In fact, [...]
 


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