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Book: The Road to Frogmore - Turning Slaves into Citizens by Carolyn P. Schriber
What could possibly go wrong? Laura Town and her life-long friend Ellen Murray joined the Port Royal Experiment in 1862 to test their abolitionist ideals against the realities of slaves abandoned by their owners in the Low Country of South Carolina. They hoped to find a place they could call home, as well as an outlet for their talents as schoolteacher and doctor.. It seemed like a good idea at [...]
 
Book: The Twelfth Apostle by David Carter
"The Twelfth Apostle" is the new Inspector Walter Darriteau murder/mystery. It's set in the present day in the northwest of England. Walter receives a late night phone call from a long-ago superior from Scotland Yard. He needs a favour, and he needs it bad. The body of a young Oriental woman is unceremoniously dumped outside the city swimming baths at the dead of night. A young man with aging [...]
 
Book: A Wave From Mama - The Slavery and Beyond Series by A. Robert Allen
A former slave gets his dream job working on the Brooklyn Bridge project, but becomes a pawn in a battle involving the gangs of Irishtown and the corrupt Metropolitan Police. Will his special physical abilities help him survive or will his awkward social deficits prove to be too much to overcome? 1863 Weeksville, Brooklyn The free Black community of Weeksville becomes home to an unusually small [...]
 
Book: Spirited Away - A Novel of the Stolen Irish by Maggie Plummer
In May 1653, young Frederica (Freddy) O'Brennan and her sister Aileen trust a stranger on an empty beach in western Ireland, inadvertently placing themselves in the crosshairs of Cromwell's notorious Reign of Terror. Freddy awakens in the crammed hold of a slave ship bound for Barbados. She and Aileen endure the gruesome voyage only to be wrenched apart when purchased at auction by sugar [...]
 
Book: The Elite of the Weak (Revelation Special Ops Book 1) by Precarious Yates
Book 1 of Revelation Special Ops - How far will teen spy Hadassah Michelman go to free kids from modern slavery? Will she stake out all night in a West African Jungle? Swim through a polluted river in The Philippines? Climb through abandoned sewers in Rome? At least the organization she wants to work for, RSO, supplies handy espionage gadgets. She hopes they're enough to get her out of a thousand [...]
 
Book: Mercy by Richard Turner
In 1865 Louisiana, Captain Robert Cooper from the Freedman's Bureau is sent to investigate a rash of strange murders and disappearances. His unexpected arrival in Williamstown is met with a mix of anger and suspicion. With gangs of demobilized Confederate soldiers roaming the woods, Cooper is quick to realize that his job may be harder than first expected. Yet, the terror that plagues the farms [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Vigilante by Barry Allen Lee
RATED: PG-13 A brother and a sister raised in an orphanage, separated when they were almost to young to remember each other. But when Isaac Archer reached 16 years of age he began to remember his older sister and decided it was time to run away from the orphanage and find her! realizing she was illegally sold to a rich sadistic pervert he knew in his heart he would find his sister Donna, when he [...]
 
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: The Safeguard by Diana Wilder
Lavinia Wheeler had watched as war had torn her world apart over the past three years When the Civil War comes to her doorstep, her generosity in opening her house as a hospital brings a change in her life far beyond any blessing she could have dreamed of or asked for. Changes come with a price: between dealing with the Yankee-hating townsfolk, her former slaves, a passel of wounded Yankees, a [...]
 
Book: Henrietta's Journal - A Life of Compromise by Carolyn P. Schriber
Henrietta Ainesworth grew up in the shadows of the dreamy spires of Oxford, her world filled with black-robed scholars, ageless buildings, and her father's steadfast conviction that the world was as stable and unchanging as the manuscripts over which he presided at the Bodleian Library. Like her father, Henrietta harbored no unchoate longings, no burning ambitions, no restless desire to see the [...]
 
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: The Bayshore Mysteries - The Secret Graveyard by Jerrye Sumrall
Something strange is happening in Beatrice!First a mysterious boy appears. Then unusual carved figures are found. Later, slave journals are discovered and then a secret map. Where does the map lead? Will Jeff and Melissa solve the mystery about the strange boy? Could it be connected to the secret map?Jeff Douglas and new friend Melissa are thrown into a series of mysteries and adventures when he [...]
 
Book: The House Of Pendragon, Book I - The Firebrand by Debra A Kemp
Despite the collar marking her as a slave of Dunn na Carraice, young Lin is fiercely determined to retain her pride and keep her family intact. That dignity bears a price, for Lin has drawn the wrath of Modred, the youngest prince of Orkney. His single-minded quest to break strong-willed Lin-by any means necessary-nearly succeeds. Although Lin is accustomed to the death, disease, rape and famine [...]
 
Book: Trinity Mist by Tracy L. Judy
Roger Cook had been looking forward to his trip from Charleston, South Carolina to New Orleans, Louisiana. The year was 1846 and sailing was a common event in Roger's life. This trip, however, would forever alter his life. Little did he know the hell that awaited him and all aboard the vessel the "Trinity Mist." Plagued by the sins of Captain Hall, the "Trinity Mist" pays the debts of her master. [...]
 
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: Human Cattle by Liberty Dendron
Human Cattle is a powerful saga of three generations of slave women. Set in 1857 by Liberty Dendron, Human Cattle digs deep to bring the story of slavery in the South full circle from concealment to recovery. A powerful masterwork of passion and scholarship. A stunning literary achievement that brilliantly illuminates one of the most extraordinary events in the long, dark history of slavery in [...]
 
Book: Dark Genesis (The Darkling Trilogy, Book 1) by A D Koboah
Life for a female slave is one of hardship and unspeakable sorrow, something Luna knows only too well. But not even she could have foreseen the terror that would befall her one sultry Mississippi evening in the summer of 1807. On her way back from a visit to see the African woman, a witch who has the herbs Luna needs to rid her of her abusive master's child, she attracts the attention of a deadly [...]
 
Book: High Cotton by PJ Dunn
High Cotton chronicles the life of a 12 year old boy, his kidnapping, and being sold into slavery. He suffered torture and abuse and witnessed horrible events prior to and during his journey via slave trader ship to America. He was auctioned to a plantation and eventually emancipated. He returns to the sea aboard the same ship he arrived on, and remains until the death of the ships Captain. Left [...]
 
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: The Story of Thaddeus Black, Part One by Damien Dsoul
The sequel to 'The Story of Michael' finds Thaddeus Black, a New York City private detective, travel to Nigeria and search for his missing son Michael who himself had gone searching for his kidnapped girlfriend. Thaddeus is reluctant to take up the case, but changes his mind when he realizes how connected he is with the missing child... even more so as he is brainwashed and becomes involved with [...]
 
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: 1809; The Year They Freed the Slaves by Jack Lourens
The title gives our ending away. The book is the journey we make to arrive. Our journey starts in Africa with a young child, and her upbringing within a unique family. Atende learns the skills of her parents who serve as the Obeahmen and N'ganga of their tribe, the Shaman, but she also evidences behavioral traits that hint at some darker, something different, that lies deeper within. Captured and [...]
 
Book: The Slave Master's Son by Tiana Laveen
The 1800s for Black Americans was a time of forced servitude, anguish, heartbreak, and strength of faith. John, a wealthy Richmond, Virginia slave owner's son, and Hannah, the Negro daughter of a protective and loving mother, grew up as playmates, sharing their lives and dreams. Soon a sweet and tumultuous love affair began that grew so strong John would risk everything before relinquishing it. [...]
 
Book: Yolanda The Enchantress by Liberty Dendron / L. A. Johnson Jr.
"Yolanda The Enchantress" Is about the settling of the African wilderness in its simplest form; it's also a love story, one man trying to decide between two women, a willful young girl who was Zulu and a beautiful widow, settling the Congo with her brothers. Dominique de Salvo is a soldier in the Portuguese army is forced to capture a young African girl. Yolanda had lived with her Zulu relative [...]
 
Book: HAITI ONCE AGAIN by J.R. Gelin
Since gaining its independence from France in 1804, after a brutal war that lasted over a decade, Haiti has been fighting for its own survival in face of natural catastrophes and political disturbances associated with military coups or with invasions by the United States or the United Nations. Haiti Once Again offers an analysis of relevant points in the country's history and makes the connection [...]
 
Book: Storm Warning by Nick Korolev
Slavery. A crime against humanity and basis for a whole economy in one of the most shameful aspects of our history is the backdrop against which Storm Warning is painted. Based on a true and all but forgotten incident, part sea chase and part courtroom drama, it is the story of the capture, trial and execution of Captain Nathanial Gordon, the only man in history to face conviction for slave [...]
 
Book: Children of the Mechanism by Jeffrey Aaron Miller
Young slaves work in the bowels of a massive, mysterious factory, watched over by cruel robots. They live and die without ever seeing the world outside of their own working rooms, never understanding the nature of the factory or the purpose of their suffering. The work is endless drudgery, and life for the slaves is short and cruel and meaningless. But one day a door opens where no door should [...]
 
Book: Failed Moments by A. Robert Allen
Patrick Walsh relives his Failed Moments in two past lives in order to salvage his modern day existence. Can he correct the mistakes of his past? Patrick travels back to: The French Caribbean in 1790- Just Before the Slave Revolution Biracial plantation owner Patrice Beaumont is known as a "kinder" slave master committed to ending slavery, but his actions don't back-up his words. Is being the [...]
 
Book: Cane by Stevie Woods
This was a difficult book to write, it was also exciting. I had to do a lot of research and though I thought I knew quite a lot about slavery, I found I only knew the tip of the iceberg. Set in the years just prior to the Civil War, I wanted to write about a young man who found himself living a life he despised but felt trapped by the very institution into which he'd been born. When Pieter's [...]
 
Book: If Love is a Crime - A Christmas Story by Mark W. Sasse
On Christmas Eve 1852, a runaway slave slips unnoticed through a meadow and happens upon a small, rustic cabin in the woods, occupied by a boisterous old woman named Beatrice. As a winter storm blows in and the sheriff comes inquiring, all that stands between the frightened girl and the arm of the law is a stack of biscuits and a whole lot of love. "If Love is a Crime" is a short piece of [...]
 
Book: Family Traits by Scott Skipper
This work of fiction is a story of metamorphosis that explores, via the historical record, how three Englishmen from the seventeenth century lent their name to Indians, Africans, Americans, philanderers, outlaws, lawmen, revolutionaries, rustlers, planters, rebels, preachers and gin soaked Californians. Although this is a work of fiction, most of the characters and events are taken from the [...]
 
Book: Rock Crazy by Rochelle Weber
Katie McGowan is bi-polar, and she's run the gamut of medications, but nothing works anymore. Everyone says her she should have a microchip implanted in her brain that can regulate her mood swings. But Katie doesn't want to be a robot. In a tough love move, her husband, Scott takes her to the Moon and dumps her. Katie's stuck on that God-forsaken "rock" and thinks she's space sick. But she's [...]
 
Book: Rock Bound by Rochelle Weber
The future is a dangerous place for dreamers and idealists. When a dictator takes over the United States, Annie Peterson attends a protest in Washington, DC, with her husband Paul, and US troops fire into the crowd killing him. Jake Johnsrud, a virtual stranger, risks his life to save Annie's. They are among the survivors who are sentenced to slavery on the Moon for their "crimes" Jake as a [...]
 
Book: The Wild Fields by Purple Hazel
Ludmilla is a young farmer's daughter living in southern Russia during the Russo Crimean Wars of the 16th century. Motherless since age three and with five older brothers constantly taunting her about her gender; Ludmilla eventually develops into a strapping, freakishly strong, and quite intelligent worker on her father's barley farm. Shedding her identity as a girl completely by age 13, she [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Veil by Stevie Woods
Captured by the aggressive pirate captain of a Barbary corsair ship off the North African coast in the latter half of the eighteenth century, David Jordan faces a life of slavery of the worst kind when he is taken to the specialist markets of Tripoli. However, the enigmatic man who finally buys him is not all what David expects. Robert Charteris has a very personal reason for fighting against the [...]
 


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