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Book: Echoes from the Farm by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
In the early 1970s, when author Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson (a.k.a. "John-John") was a young child, his parents did something unprecedented for a working class African American family from Queens: They bought an old, dilapidated farmhouse in Upstate New York's dairy country as a summer home for them and their eight children. Initially fish out of water, over the next decade the Jefferson family [...]
 
Book: Rainey - The Story Of A Woman by Lloyd J. Guillory
Rainey is the story of a young woman, born and raised in the rural south during the great depression. She comes from a very poor and dysfunctional family, fatherless, leaving her ill-equipped to handle the trials and tribulations so common to us all. But, she has an inner character, an innate sense of right and wrong, and even though her path through life is rough and torturous at times, she [...]
 
Book: The Nightsongs of Arthur Goodbody by Richard French
A Minor Devil Assails a Young Widower who Hopes for New Life - Arthur Goodbody, a young poet and museum guard, recovers slowly from the death of his beloved wife Laura. As he makes plans to resume a full, active life, a minor devil, Mr. Octavius, assaults him and makes promises that strike at Arthur's vulnerability. Arthur complies with Octavius's wishes and resists him at the same time. He [...]
 
Book: A Friend of the Family by Beverly Olevin
A father's act of kindness invites an unexpected and possibly dangerous visitor into the tranquil small-town life of a family in Elgin, Illinois in the late 1950's. Seen through the eyes of the youngest daughter, this is a story of mystery, intrigue and tenderness. Told with warmth, humor and suspense, this is a touching true story of loyalties put to the test, and a portrait of a family facing [...]
 
Book: The Little River Outlaws - & Other Stories of Adventure by S. C. Taylor
The Little River Outlaws and Other Stories of Adventure is a collection of seven short stories that covers a number of genres including human interest, mystery, suspense and, of course, adventure. Most of the stories are based on factual events in the writer's life. Other stories were related to him by people whom he met in bars, cafes, or otherwise. Written in a style reminiscent of movies such [...]
 
Book: The Madison Picker by Mark Clay Grove
Ventures in the Trade, Travel, & Hunting Design Merit. A grumpy Virginia gentleman and a fiery Peruvian lady have a fun time picking for antiques on a road trip from Key West to Charlottesville. The Madison Picker is a witty occupational novel that reads like PBS's Doc Martin series or All Creatures Great and Small. It is based on the author's own day-to-day experiences as an antiques dealer and [...]
 
Book: Rebirth of the American Short Story by D. L. Simpson
A small midwestern town experiences strange occurrences following the arrival of a mysterious stranger. Coincidence or small town paranoia? Find out in A Stranger Comes To Town. A man runs to escape a traumatic past but can he run far enough when Death Deals A Trump? A young boy plans to spend a lazy summer day fishing but finds such simple decisions lead to unexpected results in Bad Day For [...]
 
Book: The Stolen Princess by Ellie Crowe
This book is based on a fascinating true story. Kelea, Princess of Maui, was famed as the most beautiful and daring surfrider in the ancient kingdom of Hawaii. She was called Kelea-who-bears-a-fin and Kelea-swimming-like-a-fish. It is not always safe to be very beautiful. Or very daring. This book is based on the true story of a beautiful, young princess who went surfing and was stolen by enemy [...]
 
Book: Vagabond Boy - Memoir of a Youth's Journey Through a Heartland of Chaos by Joel Everett Harding
This true adventure story concerns a boy who navigates through an unusual childhood while traveling throughout 1950s America with his restless parents, bumping into reality at every turn. The author's encounters with strange landscapes, curious people, and dubious caretakers dangle confusing lessons he must choose to accept or discard at his peril. The book abounds in humor and boyhood adventure, [...]
 
Book: Texas As I See It - An Intentionally, But Only Slightly, Twisted View of the Lone Star State by Warren Paul Harris
After four years of travel across the Lone Star State in search of the minutiae that makes this state unique, the first in a series of at least 4 coffee table books on Texas was complete. Published in November 2011, Texas As I See It is distributed by over 50 resellers across the state and available directly from the book's website http://texasasiseeit.net/ for shipping anywhere in the world. [...]
 
Book: Classic Cars of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Due to its unique history, many of Cuba's aspects remain frozen in time. With an estimated 60,000 antique vehicles still in active use, it has more classic cars per person than any other nation in the world. A lifetime after rolling off Detroit production lines, yank tanks manufactured by Ford, General Motors, Chrysler and others remain in active service on Cuban streets. Once the exclusive [...]
 
Book: The Mares of Lenin Park by Agustin Martinez
Winner of Prize Americana, The Mares of Lenin Park is the story of Uli, a fourteen-year-old Cuban boy, who struggles to reconcile his deceased father's heroic past with his mother Graciela's new marriage. Finding it more and more difficult to live in the economic times of Cuba following the fall of the Soviet Union, Uli learns that the Revolutionaries are closer than expected - dealing drugs to [...]
 
Book: Unhinged by Stephen J. Semones
Welcome to Falls Gap. Your typical American town. Everyone knows one another, waves politely, and spends their summers enjoying the beautiful Washington state weather. On the surface, Falls Gap is the picture perfect scene of Americana. Over the Independence Day weekend of 1980, every citizen either mysteriously vanished without a trace, or died, leaving only their remains for speculation as to [...]
 
Book: Bonfire Confessions - A tale of the American Automobile Ghost Town by R.C. Allen
"Bonfire Confessions of the Asshole Club" is a power drama that is set within an oft-ignored segment of the Americana experience-the Midwest automobile town. For those who grew up during a time when America reigned supreme, we had families, neighbors, and children that grew up alongside us, reveling in the experience of living in a booming community. When your parents knew the naughty things you [...]
 
Book: October Song - A Memoir of Music and the Journey of Time by David W. Berner
WINNER, 2017 Grand Prize for Literature, Royal Dragonfly Book Awards - FINALIST in memoir, American Book Fest, BEST BOOK AWARDS In the vinyl era, David W. Berner played rock 'n' roll in a neighborhood garage band. Decades later at the age of 57 he enters a national songwriting contest and quite unexpectedly is named a finalist. But there's more. He's called on to perform the song live at a [...]
 
Book: The Law and Miss Penny (The Law and Disorder Series, Book 4) by Sharon Ihle
When he awoke by the side of the road, with a throbbing head and a lovely woman bending over him, he couldn't even remember his own name. Morgan Slater, U.S. Marshal, simply accepts pretty Mariah Penny's word that he is her cousin, Cain Law. And that he is part of the family's medicine show. Mariah has good reason for misleading Morgan. The hard-headed lawman is hell-bent on shutting down her [...]
 
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