|Book: Zemsta by Victoria Brown
What Drives Good People to Do Something Bad? As terrible revelations come to light, four people join together to commit an unspeakable act... When a member of the privileged upper class frames a Polish immigrant for a socialite's murder in 1920s Akron, the heart-pounding events that follow lead to a stunning and unexpected conclusion. This gripping tale of bigotry and class distinctions includes [...]
|Book: Altered Hearts by Roger E. Bruner
The four Altered Hearts novels portray three best friends who must overcome a variety of problems and challenges both at home and on short-term mission trips to Mexico, California, and Nicaragua. Kim Hartlinger, the protagonist in three of the books, evolves slowly from being a spoiled, thoughtless, sometimes unlikeable eighteen-year-old into a twenty-year-old woman who's so set on following [...]
|Book: First Century Close-ups by Roger Penney
Stories based on incidents or characters described in the Gospel narratives of the New Testament in a style which gives the reader a clearer awareness of what was happening and a deeper understanding of the people involved. In particular they help the reader to see Jesus with greater vividness than ever before.
|Book: Emilio - A Harry Morgan Adventure (The Adventures of Harry Morgan Book 2) by Clabe Polk
WHO KILLED LAUREL JACKSON AND EMILIO VELASQUEZ? Tony Middleton has been left to dangle facing extortion and manslaughter charges in Oregon. He has no defense attorney until his mother, Amanda Middleton, has a change of heart. Enlisting the aid of Harry and Jean Morgan, Amanda teams with defense attorney Martin Blaine to push a defense investigation into the allegations against Tony. With help [...]
|Book: Dear Kane; What I wish we would have said by Sharon K. Angelici
Are the words that we say in front of our children something that builds them up or tears them down? This short story explores the consequences of hatred and bigotry when it applies, unknowingly, to someone that you love. There is a time in every relationship when a parent must let go of the dreams they have for their child, so the child can chase after what they dream to become.
|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: Every Step of the Way by Kit Domino
1952 in West London. A time of coffee bars and jukeboxes, Teddy boys and gang fights. As Christmas approaches, sixteen-year-old Beth Brixham has so much to look forward to. No more school, her first job, her first boyfriend. Instead, her world is thrown into darkness and chaos as the Great Smog descends over London, leaving in its wake a trail of death and disruption and changing Beth's life [...]
|Book: Rasputin and The Jews - A Reversal of History by Delin Colón
This book is an account of Rasputin as a healer, equal rights activist and man of God, and why he was so vilified by the aristocracy that their libelous and slanderous rumors became accepted as history. For nearly a century, Grigory Rasputin, spiritual advisor to Russia's last Tsar and Tsarina, has been unjustly maligned simply because history is written by the politically powerful and not by the [...]
|Book: Dying Embers by Glenn Trust
Friendship is colorblind. The embers of hate smoldered beneath the ashes of a century. When the winds of change fanned them to life, the best and the worst of us came face to face. > > > A story of immense courage facing intense hatred, Dying Embers paints a picture of the best of us and the worst of us. It leaves us with an important message. Love and friendship can overcome hatred. Six young [...]
|Book: Ghost of a Chance (Buck McDivit Mysteries) by Eric Wilder
A RAINY NIGHT IN EAST TEXAS LEADS TO MURDER - When P.I. Buck McDivit inherits an island, marina and rustic fishing lodge on a primordial East Texas lake, he finds it's haunted by the ghost of a long-dead little girl. He soon learns the restless spirit is the least of his problems. To keep the property, he must deal with foreclosure, murder, and a group of racists known as the New Southern Right [...]
|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: Ocean in a Drop by Tami Shaikh
Miraj Hussain remembers the moments when her mother admonished her for being too stubborn. She was always told that "good girls were created to obey." In her native land of Pakistan, this was a lie that almost everyone believed. But Miraj couldn't bear living the lie. As she and her brother Asad grew up in their father's stifling household, they became more and more disillusioned with Sadiq [...]
|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: Souls of the Reaper (The Undead Unit Book 2) by Markie Madden
The Undead Unit Series: A hundred years in the future, it's a world where supernatural beings live among humans. Of course, they're forced to take the Undead Oath; they must not prey on humans for food. Just as with other minorities, they battle prejudice and must struggle to prove themselves. Alongside the humans' bigotry is a criminal element, as seen in any group in society. The Dallas Police [...]
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