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Book: The Close by Alison Knight
Dark secrets lurk on this seemingly unremarkable street in the northern English town of Broadfield. From her bedroom window, seven-year-old Valerie observes the furtive nocturnal activities of the man next door. What's in the bloodstained bag? What - or who? - is buried in Mr Oliver's garden? As Valerie pursues her investigations, she discovers that Mr Oliver's not the only one with something to [...]
 
Book: Reflections by Carol Carroll
Twenty-five year old Linda Snyder is called back to her childhood home with tragic news. Having to leave her husband and young children behind, she travels back to the family farm to try to deal with the situation. All alone and suffering her lose, Linda can't help reliving memories of her past as she tries to accept this new turn in her life. Did her experiences through childhood and as a young [...]
 
Book: The Unravelling - Children can be very very cruel by Thorne Moore
From the Top Ten Bestselling Author of A Time for Silence - When they were ten everybody wanted to be Serena's friend, to find themselves one of the inner circle. But doing so meant proving your worth, and doing that often had consequences it's not nice to think about - not even thirty-five years later. Karen Rothwell is randomly reminded of an incident in her childhood which just as suddenly [...]
 
Book: No Commitments - A Novel by Val Sharp
Set in the era of the Vietnam War, this is a love story between a young man and woman caught up in the throes of that time. CLAY STONER: Annapolis graduate, navy pilot, born and raised in the Ozarks, he's a fun loving, carefree jet jockey - until he learns he is actually going to have to bomb real people. MARIANNA HAIZET: Daughter of a renowned Swiss banking family, sheltered in boarding schools [...]
 
Book: Orange Picnic by Deborah Chamberlain
In the heart of middle America and the shadow of turbulent times, Orange Picnic is a sweet reminder of the 1960s and a story for the ages. Set in Homewood, Illinois, Orange Picnic follows two teenage couples whose lives intersect as they fall in love to the drumbeat of the Vietnam War. From corner coffee shops to skipping school to the lyrics of Dylan and Donovan, the rush of romance ignites the [...]
 
Book: Better To Have Loved by Christy Nicholas
In 1967, Julie was searching for something. She wasn't certain what she would find, but her search took her to San Francisco, England, Spain, Scotland, Denmark, and eventually back home to Michigan. Along the way she discovers the psychedelic lifestyle of Haight-Ashbury, difficult friends and even more difficult lovers.
 
Book: Before the First Snow - Stories from the Revolution by Walter M. Brasch
In this novel, award-winning journalist Walter M. Brasch slowly and meticulously builds a scenario of greed, corruption, and intrigue, set against the backdrop of social protest. In so doing, he weaves a compelling story of history and contemporary American values between 1964 and 1991, every bit as powerful and timely today as they were more than two decades earlier.
 
Book: The Widow's Son by Bruce Steinberg
Enjoy the music, politics, fashion, televison and movie fare of the 1960s. Did you know that 2 days before the blizzard of 1967 that brought the Midwest to a halt, it was a balmy 65 degrees? Or that Wild Thing by the Troggs kicked the Beatle's Paperback Writer off the top of the pop charts? Or that Gomer Pyle USMC replaced the Dick Van Dyke Show? These details unique to 1966 and 1967 also include [...]
 
Book: When the Bough Breaks by Miss Mae
Late 1960's. Time of the Vietnam War, hippies, fishnet hose, and mini-skirts. Add a flirtatious wink from the baby blues of 'love'em and leave 'em' Parker Shane and sixteen-year-old Darlene Moore wonders if she'll ever be the same. Winner of the 2009 P&E Readers Poll in the YA category, When the Bough Breaks is more than a romance tale. Combining suspense, intrigue, and danger, Miss Mae pens a [...]
 
Book: Beyond The Music by Shannon Brown
Ellen left her life behind when she moved to Canada. Is she ready to start over with a mysterious stranger? Summer 1966. 21-year-old Ellen Daniels has moved to Canada to help out her family's business. She's left everything behind and now the business is failing, she's all alone, and she's just learned her boyfriend's been seeing someone else. Then one day an enigmatic stranger shows up. Ellen [...]
 
Book: The Stone House Legacy (The Legacy Trilogy Book 1) by Wanda DeHaven Pyle
"...sure to stir emotions." - Bobby Underwood. Tessa Kingsley grows up as the only daughter of working-class parents. She attends a year of college, then marries a charismatic young minister with a vision of tolerance. She's a devoted wife and mother until her husband runs afoul of the John Birch Society because of his active role in the Civil Rights Movement. Their enemies will do anything to [...]
 
Book: Square Dancing At the Asylum by Kirby Wright
This collection of Kafkaesque miniatures offers a terrifying vision of the Worcester asylum where the writer's uncle spent most of his adult life. The asylum theme zips into overdrive in a series of sometimes darkly comic flashes threaded throughout the book. Dadio and June Spoon have created their own asylum in the burbs, one in which they 'incarcerate' their children within the confines of the [...]
 
Book: The Heart Is Where The Angels Sing by Kenny Miller
This is a story family history from the 1960 period. America was getting turned upside down. Everly Brothers fans were being replaced by Beatles fanatics. Quiet American streets filled with rock throwing protestors. They protested race and war and environmenal policy. Kids strapped on the new Sony Walkman and the pleasant "hello" greeting was replaced with a blank stare. The dinner table became a [...]
 
Book: NOW they make it legal - Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer by Howard Harrison
Mercurochrome. JFK. Beatlemania. Vietnam. Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll. These are just some of the memories from the Baby Boom era that are captured in NOW they make it legal: Reflections of an aging Baby Boomer. The book traces the evolution of American culture from the "black and white" 1950s through the turbulent 1960s and into the '70s, ending in the 1980s "when we began to turn into our [...]
 
Book: Making Waves - Fun and Adventure As a Young D J On Britain's Offshore Pirate Radio Stations In the Mid-60's by David Sinclair
David was born and raised in the U.K. and after a somewhat uninteresting series of jobs, was bitten by the broadcasting bug in late 1965. After the closure of the pirate radio scene he emigrated to Canada and worked in both commercial radio and television. Although now retired, he still does the occasional voice-over.
 
Book: Laurie's Heart (The Morgan Family Saga Book 3) by Ruth Kyser
"Laurie's Heart" is Book 3 in "The Morgan Family Saga" series. Clayton Morgan loves his family's cattle ranch, the Bluecreek Ranch. But after losing a college buddy to a violent crime, he makes the decision to leave the ranch and his family behind to go into law enforcement. Then a dark-haired, brown-eyed shy young woman by the name of Laurie Lambright comes into his life. Even though he's [...]
 
Book: Comic Book Superhero Collectible Pin-Back Buttons and Badges of the 1940s-1960s by Jonathon Jones
Collectors of comic book superhero memorabilia as well as vintage pinback buttons are quite abundant in today's day and age. However, what both groups are often unaware of is the sheer abundance and variety of items that contain elements of both collectible types. This unique book dives headfirst into an often-unknown collection type that features pin-backs and badges that represent these iconic [...]
 
Book: 8-Track Flashbacks by Tom Alt
8-Track Flashbacks is a collection of amusing stories based on the life of an adolescent boy growing up in the 1960s. It transports boomers back to their youth through music, historical events, and the all-too-familiar teenage indiscretions that shaped us all. Each one of us has our favorite decade from our past, and author Tom Alt reveals his story about growing up and getting out of Menomonee [...]
 
Book: Tracks in the Mud - Trailing My Dreams through the Last Great Fur Boom by Gene Stark
Never in the history of the North American continent has more fur been shipped to the world than during the 1970's. Trappers, traders, and all those connected with the fur-fashion industry experienced an incredible boom. For a rural kid who grew up during the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties when fur prices were low and trappers had seemingly no future, the nineteen-seventies ushered in an [...]
 
Book: The Jan & Dean Record - A Chronology of Studio Sessions, Live Performances and Chart Positions by Mark A. Moore
Jan & Dean were among the most successful artists of the late 1950s through the mid-1960s, with hits including "Baby Talk," "Surf City," "Dead Man's Curve" and "The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena)." Slapstick humor and offbeat personas were a big part of their shtick, but Jan Berry was serious when it came to the studio. This book chronicles Jan's career as a songwriter and arranger--and his [...]
 
Book: Redhead with Fire in His Boots - My Life in Rugby by Peter Harvey
Wartime and the scholarship to Grammar Schools allowed access to Rugby Union, an amateur game played by gentlemen in Rugby Clubs like Liverpool and Blackheath. Since the schism with Rugby League in 1895 the antipathy between the two codes was stark. Peter Harvey's story opened the door for hundreds of boys from Lancashire to play for England Schools. However, the suggestion that he might go to [...]
 
Book: Maryland Street by Pat Jourdan
In the middle of Liverpool, this one street is rich with friends and family, a small village oblivious to the world outside. They are linked spiritually as Roman Catholics. But as Mary begins to question her faith, and the 1960s arrive, Maryland Street is demolished by Liverpool Corporation and there is no trace these people ever existed.
 
Book: Footsteps by Brendan Gerad O'Brien
A thriller set in 1967 Ireland - the summer of love. Or was it? A young American hitch-hiker wanders into a brutal and terrifying situation when visiting a beautiful seaside town in 1960s Ireland. Who are the sinister men in the dark car? Are they the shadows that are stalking her on the beach? And who is the dark, mysterious figure hovering by the water's edge?
 
Book: The Light by Robert Hammond
"Have you seen the Light?" Abel Adams, a brilliant but troubled young misfit desperately seeks freedom, love, and spiritual enlightenment while battling drug addiction, dark forces, and strange temptations. He zigzags through a mysterious labyrinth of crime and the occult along his hazardous quest toward redemption and recovery. The Light is the mystical odyssey of a prodigal son whose spiritual [...]
 
Book: Ebay and Beyond - What's Hot and What's Not In Antiques and Collectibles - The Picture Edition by Jonathon Jones
This comprehensive summary, combining text and over 275 images, will take you on a journey encompassing fifteen intense years of online buying and selling experience, and will cover a wide range of antiques and collectibles, from early 18th century porcelain to 1980s action figures, discussing what is hot and what is not for 2014 and beyond. The categories discussed are as follows: Glass, [...]
 
Book: Crazy by Linda Vigen Phillips
A compelling novel in verse about mental illness Laura is a typical fifteen-year-old growing up in the 1960s, navigating her way through classes, friendships, and even a new romance. But she's carrying around a secret: her mother is suffering from a mental illness. No one in Laura's family will talk about her mother's past hospitalizations or increasingly erratic behavior, and Laura is confused [...]
 
Book: All The Way Home (Legacy Series) by Ann Tatlock
"Tatlock's rich descriptions and characterizations are unusually fresh and inventive."~Publishers Weekly From a rough section of Los Angeles during the late Depression years, to the civil rights struggles of the 1960s in the South, this novel is a searing portrayal of one family trapped by alcoholism and another living the typical middle class life. A true American story told through the eyes of [...]
 
Book: Flying Solo - An Unconventional Aviatrix Navigates Turbulence in Life by Jeanette Vaughan
French Cajun Nora Broussard Greenwood was born with the wanderlust. Her adventurous spirit doesn't fit the sedate expectations of catholic 1960s New Orleans suburbia. On a whim, she takes flying lessons to become a pilot. Experiencing the freedom of flight is liberating. However an illicit affair with her pilot instructor forces action. When she confronts her ruthless husband for a divorce, she [...]
 
Book: Book of Death by S. Evan Townsend
They live among us. We know they are there. No government can control them; no authority can stop them. Some are evil. Some are good. All are powerful. They inhabit our myths and fairy tales. But what if they were real, the witches, wizards, and fairy godmothers? What if they were called "adepts" and were organized into guilds for mutual protection and benefit? And what if some of them discovered [...]
 
Book: Like Father, Like Son by mm pesola
LIKE FATHER LIKE SON is the story of one man's search for a lost love and another man's search for his soul. Set in the Midwest and California during the 1960s, the story centers around a profound love between two Country singers. He's alive, she's not. Dusty Rhodes has it all: money, fame, a woman he loves with his heart and soul. When Jeannie Owens suddenly marries someone else to further her [...]
 
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