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Book: Webs in the Mist - The Jessie Morgan Series, Book 2 by Maggie Plummer
It's 1972, and San Francisco is a global mecca for hippies and radicals. In Book 2 of The Jessie Morgan Series, 21-year-old Jess can't wait to join her friend Donna there. Driving her VW down the Pacific Coast, she's more than ready for the city's open Bohemian vibe, bongo-mad street life, perpetual protests, and cutting-edge counterculture. Among the characters she meets are Cat, a tall, [...]
 
Book: The Steel Canyon Legacy (Legacy Trilogy Book 2) by Wanda DeHaven Pyle
Newly widowed and finding herself alone and responsible for two young sons and an aging mother, Tessa Kingsley must find her way through a 1970s world filled with sexual harassment and shady business deals. With only a year of college and no work history, Tessa must support her family in a world where women's roles are clearly defined and there are few opportunities. She falls into a rebound [...]
 
Book: Bell-Bottom Gypsy - A Jessie Morgan Novel (Jessie Morgan Series Book 1) by Maggie Plummer
A wild 1970s ride - an adventurous coming of age journey along America's back roads. At twenty, Jessie Morgan is fed up with just about everything. It's September 1971 -- time to drop out, tune in, and turn on. She leaves college and Detroit in the rearview mirror, hitting the road in her 1965 yellow Volkswagen convertible. Wandering byways from Kentucky to Key West to Montana, Jessie is out to [...]
 
Book: The Horror at Lavender Edge - Supernatural terror in 1970s London (Undine and Cross Book 1) by Christopher Henderson
A psychic who dreams of a different life. A police constable who just wants to protect an old lady. A haunted house that could destroy them all. London, October 1971: Some people think psychics are cool, but paranormal investigator Harry Undine disagrees. The Rat Pack were cool. They still are, despite what this new generation thinks. But having his emotions ripped to shreds whenever he [...]
 
Book: Toys, Games, and Action Figure Collectibles of the 1970s - Volume I Action Jackson to Gre-Gory the Bat by Jonathon Jones
Chock full of 800 pictures and over 75 categories that cover boy and girl toys both, this is the first book in a series that will help to define what 70's playtime was all about. From action figures to general toys to games, this guidebook will give visual examples as well as a checklist on a wide variety of items that were produced during this fantastic decade. Whether you're a collector or [...]
 
Book: The Camel and the Scorpion by C.C. Rising
"A nerve-wracking, vibrantly dramatic tale . . ." - Kirkus Reviews Nothing has prepared shy young college professor, Caroline Cavanaugh, for the international storm she is about to enter when she learns that her fiery student, Lydia, has been arrested. In Israel. For espionage. Lydia's grandmother begs Caroline to rescue her granddaughter. Caroline risks her reputation and her dream career on the [...]
 
Book: Roses in December - A Sentimental Romance from the 1970s by R. L. Mosz
Roses in December. . . Thought-provoking drama that examines devastating loss, starting over again, and the meaning of love. After having suffered a terrible personal tragedy, Annie Aldridge tries to begin her life again with her anxious uncle and precocious young niece. Her newfound love for fellow college student Ethan Jackson fills her with hope, but whimsical Ethan, a man in search of [...]
 
Book: A Life in the Day of a Lady Salesman by Diana Amann Cruze
As one of the first women sales reps in southern Appalachia, customers often call Diana the "lady salesman." She overcomes hurdles and hills while learning to love the mountains of Appalachia. Humor rides along as she treks back roads, selling products from tobacco to toys, from groceries to grease, and from cookies to chemicals. Managers, customers, and sales trainees enter into this tale along [...]
 
Book: The Gatsby Game by Anne R. Allen
This comic novel was inspired by a real unsolved Hollywood mystery the death in 1973 of David Whiting during the filming of the Burt Reynolds' movie, "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing". David Whiting was found dead in the motel room of the married British actress Sarah Miles, which caused a massive media scandal. The cause of Whiting's death was never determined. When smart-mouthed Bryn Mawr [...]
 
Book: Every Secret Thing by Ann Tatlock
"Tatlock's produced a winner." - Publishers Weekly When Elizabeth Gunnar accepts a teaching position at the preparatory school she attended as a girl, she revisits ghosts of the past and old self-doubts. But she is returning to more than a place-to memories, mysteries, and an old love. Once there, she meets unexpected challenges and challenging new people and she is reminded of the faith that [...]
 
Book: A SUMMER TO BE TREASURED by James H. Barrett Jr.
For forty-five-year-old Josh "Rusty" O'Brien, it seems only a few years ago he was a young boy growing up in Oakwood Acres, Pennsylvania, a quiet suburb where everyone knew everyone. That thought takes him back to the summer of 1973, when he and his buddies were fifteen years old. Josh, Jake Thompson, Joey Flynn, and Walt McDonald were virtually inseparable; it was a summer to be treasured. Their [...]
 
Book: Seismic Influences by Priscilla Audette
In Priscilla Audette's first novel, where stylistically Erica Jong meets Nora Roberts, the reader will join in a madcap romp through the early years of the sexual revolution. Told through the eyes of a nineteen-year-old woman Seismic Influences is the story of a journey from innocence to knowledge. It is a period piece taking place in the early 1970s, an era that pulsed with the resurgence of [...]
 
Book: Lovelady's Colours by Jane Godman
Forty years ago, five teenagers died in horrific circumstances inside the old house known as Lovelady's Gwal. Now, the only survivor, Jake Merrion, has returned to tell their story. Back in 1975, sixteen year old Lovelady Jones was a boy with no identity. A boy who knew he was really a girl. A boy whose life was dominated by colour. Lovelady can't ignore the strange hold the house has over him, [...]
 
Book: The Secret Life - The Bond by Shay Mills
Experience the secret life of Aaron who suffers malicious hands of his stepfather and deals with disguising the abuse from his friends. Appreciate Aaron's highs and lows, along with his undiagnosed bipolar disorder and abusive home life, culminating in a journey of self-discovery. The Secret Life: The Bond transports you into the world fraught with danger, happiness, love, hate, vengeance, hope, [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Brooklyn by Stephen G. Noe
Steve had everything a young teenager could want; friends, family, sports, and a growing confidence in himself and his world. What he didn't have was a girlfriend. Then one day Cinderella walked down 69th Street and things would never be the same. This nostalgic recollection takes the reader on a humorous journey to Brooklyn of the late 70's; the characters, and charm of growing up in a [...]
 
Book: Same Face Different Place - Beginnings by Helen J. Christmas
When sixteen year old Eleanor Chapman returned home for the school holidays, she never expected her life to spin out of control. She had no idea her father was mixed up in organised crime nor that a series of unforeseen events would pitch her into an ultimate game of cat and mouse. Step into the criminal underworld of the 1970s. On the day Eleanor's father is forced to go on the run, she is left [...]
 
Book: Desire (Ring Dreams Retro) by Jezebel Jorge
Billy Dalton dropped out of school at only sixteen to pursue a career as a professional wrestler. The business killed both his grandpa and his mother, so with nothing left to lose Billy is determined to make a better life for himself with a new start in Charlotte, North Carolina.What he doesn't count on is falling for the daughter of his mentor and the territory's top star, the legendary Paul [...]
 
Book: Four Uncles and a Wedding by Emma Carlyle
TARA First Impressions Award finalist - Polly Faith Harmony is the ultimate ecumenical love child. Born to former hippies turned millionaire entrepreneurs, she's one part Jewish, one part Catholic, one part Episcopalian, and one part Unitarian hence her name. Could have been worse. Her Flower Power parents might have named her Polly Esther. Aside from her joke of a name, her great-uncles, one [...]
 
Book: Butterfly Tears by Zoë S. Roy
Butterfly Tears is a collection of fifteen pieces of short fiction that depict the experiences of Chinese immigrant women facing the challenges of life in a new country. The stories are set in different parts of China, Canada, and to a lesser extent in the United States and examine Chinese women's cross-cultural experiences in North America as well as women's issues and political discrimination [...]
 
Book: Feels Like the First Time - A True Love Story by Shawn Inmon
"The Wonder Years" meets "The Notebook." Do you remember your first love? Shawn and Dawn met when they were both teenagers, and fell in love. All they wanted was a chance to be together, to find their destiny, but it was not to be. They were separated, apparently forever, in 1979. A chance meeting twenty-seven years gave them a second chance at first love. If you remember your first love, your [...]
 
Book: Clotho's Loom - A Novel of Literary Romance and Realism by Shawn StJean
First Edition. William Wyrd, an introverted history professor at long remove from his youthful days as a marine sniper, is drafted to serve overseas in the U.S. military at age thirty-nine. Already in a relationship made tenuous by the demands of dual professional careers and their own dearth of interpersonal experience, he and his wife are completely estranged by the blunder on the part of the [...]
 
Book: Chasing the Rainbow by Susan Peterson Wisnewski
The long dark stint of widowed single parenting is about to dawn new light for Kate. Her son Tom is graduating. Thank goodness for David, her dead husband's best friend. He made the years easier along with BFF Zelda, heiress to the Smith Foundation, who always supported her. Kate thinks it might even be time to date again having her eye on Nathan Hammer, successful attorney and widowed single [...]
 
Book: Deeper into the Pond - A Celebration of Femininity by Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Thischapbook is a Military Writers' Society Award Winner. Authors Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson expect this fifth in their Celebration Series of chapbooks conceived to as inexpensive gifts or super-thoughtful greeting cards to be their most successful of all. Author Nancy Famolari says, "These poems speak to all the stages of a women's lives reminding us how far we've come and how [...]
 
Book: In the Fullness of Time - One Woman's Story of Growth and Empowerment by Katherine P. Stillerman
In this sequel to Hattie's Place, the year is 1913. Hattie Robinson is married to the widowed Charles Barton and has left her teaching position at Calhoun School to raise Charles's sons and manage the Barton estate. Now she must reconcile her role as mother and wife with her work for woman's suffrage, a cause that ignited her passion when attending the Woman's Suffrage Procession in Washington, [...]
 
Book: The Original Pink Collar Workers by Lady Jane Davis
What is it like for a woman to do a man's work, and do it better? Then have to work with him day in and day out. Or to have to go home to a husband who asks how her day went. Does she mention anything about the supervisor who patted her rear end or the inspector who wants to inspect more than her work? Moreover, she works in a factory so immense that she's never met everyone. But she knows [...]
 
Book: Protect Yourself - The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure by Steve A. Kovacs
Drawing on his professional experience in helping women learn self-defense, author Steve Kovacs offers a practical, encouraging guide for women in Protect Yourself: The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure.Most women's safety guides cover the specifics of fighting off attackers. But Protect Yourself focuses on commonsense strategies women can implement daily. By taking certain precautions [...]
 
Book: Getting Into a Girl's Shorts - Short Sometimes-Erotic Fiction about Women With Women by Tess Mackenize
Steph, a photographer on holiday, asks her neighbor to model for her. The neighbor agrees, as long as Steph is as naked as she is. Sophie realizes her new girlfriend doesn't drink, and doesn't kiss Sophie after Sophie has been drinking, and wonders what to do. Julianne goes out for a night with her friends, expecting to be bored, but instead she meets Nadia, and then things become complicated. [...]
 
Book: Fling! by Lily Iona MacKenzie
Is it possible to come of age at 60 or 90? Is it ever too late to fulfill your dreams? When ninety-year-old Bubbles receives a letter from Mexico City asking her to pick up her mother's ashes, lost there seventy years earlier and only now surfacing, she hatches a plan. A woman with a mission, Bubbles convinces her hippie daughter Feather to accompany her on the quest. Both women have recently [...]
 
Book: The Age of the Female II - Heroines of the Shift by Richard Andrew King
The Age of the Female II: Heroines of the Shift continues the remarkable journey of the female's ascent in the modern world of the 2nd Millennium. This installment is a general read in five chapters honoring the accomplishments of women in categories of female firsts, female Nobel laureates, female athletes, female icons and female quotations. This is an exciting read for everyone, especially [...]
 
Book: After His Affair - Women Rising from the Ashes of Infidelity by Meryn G. Callander
The discovery of your partner's cheating shatters the very core of your being. It's difficult to value and to allow our grieving, our anger, our rage, even our shame, the time and space to move us into a deeper life. We're supposed to just get over it, and move on. Anger is not nice, causes trouble, and grieving is a bummer. Yet it is natural and healthy to feel angry when violated, and to grieve [...]
 
Book: Honey Riley by Sean C. Wright
The Knowing came that Indian summer. Honey's head ached and her limbs tingled. . . Honey Riley, born of violence, inherits the precious gift of clairvoyance. Her extraordinary talent keeps others from harm, but can't protect her or the ones she loves from tragedy. Even though her heroic life often smacks of pain, Honey unselfishly remains loyal to her sixth sense in her 75-year journey. . .
 
Book: Unlocking Happy by Cleopatra
With a terminal disease and a few months to live, would you consider a complete stranger as a guardian for your child? For Mandy, this is her only option. When an incident at a London therapists office brings three unlikely women together; their lives are momentarily intertwined. Unbeknownst to each other, they all hold a key to each other's past emotional wounds. Will the distraught and angry [...]
 
Book: The Coach House by Florence Osmund
2012 BRAG Medallion honoree! When Marie discovers the extent of her husband's involvement in 1940s Chicago underground activities, she gives up what had appeared to be the perfect life a good job, a loving husband, and the promise of starting a family. In her pursuit of a new life, fate draws her to Kansas where she finds refuge in a coach house apartment tucked away behind a three-story [...]
 
Book: Ambrosia Lake - Adventures Mining Uranium in New Mexico During the 1970s by R. D. Saunders
It offers a collection of character sketches, entertaining anecdotes, stories and glimpses into a time and place and way of working that are now gone. The author consistently conveys the sense that his younger self was learning from all these different experiences, and that provided a unifying thread, as did the awareness that the story was building up to the eventual major injury described in [...]
 
Book: Day Use - Sex, Secrets & Stories (Women's Contemporary Fiction) by Dalia Rosenfeld
A thrilling novel that presents the story of Dalia Raz, a successful ceramic artist who suddenly becomes a widow after her husband is killed by a mysterious explosion in the factory he worked in. In her despair, following this disaster, she decides to change and rehabilitate her life. She turns her life upside down and opens a business for day use renting rooms by the hour for intimacy purposes. [...]
 


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