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Red Campions By Dag Gustav Gundersen Storla
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STAVANGER, NORWAY IN THE 1880-TIES. Major fraud and unemployment. Prohibited love and a forced marriage. Fighting to survive. Fire and an attempted murder. Sardines and Labor rights. Emigration to... More > America. And who are the parents of little Signe? These are challenges that await the siblings Josefine and Andreas in this second novel of the trilogy. Follow them in their struggle for love and happiness. Although much is false, there is something real. The first book, "Snowdrop Waltz", can be purchased at https://www.westbowpress.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-001003998< Less
Watch the Lilies How They Grow By Dag Gustav Gundersen Storla
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Mitchell, South Dakota. In this third historical novel of the Snowdrop Waltz Trilogy - Watch the lilies how they grow - Josephine has left her hometown Stavanger behind and is embarking on the long... More > boat trip to New York. She travels by rail to South Dakota - where Alvin is waiting. A new life awaits. In Stavanger, Andreas is working hard to make his tailor business succeed. He sees opportunity, and this steers him towards a safe position among the city's businessmen. In this third and This final novel follows the siblings, Josefine and Andreas, into a new century. On either side of the Atlantic, they experience both the shaping and crumbling of their dreams. When the stakes are high, there is a lot to be lost. But is the price so high that they can lose themselves?< Less
Polygamy Home By Endurance Idehen
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Thank you for Smiling By Soul Singh
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Abandoned, abused and discarded by her mother, Alma Perez tried to keep her family together. Caring for her younger siblings, Alma embarks on many adventures that caused her to grow up fast and... More > without much hope. Once in foster care, Alma learned how to defy the stereotypes surrounding her life circumstance and adamantly strove to find her purpose. Learning was her strength and the note from a teacher gave her her humanity.< Less
Without Reason By Ann Port
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The summer before Eleanor Chandler’s senior year in college, she spends an unforgettable week near Beynac-et-Cazenac, a medieval French town in the Perigord region of Southwestern France. As... More > she explores the crumbled ruins of the mighty fortresses, the ancient bastides, and the medieval abbeys, Ellie feels a strange connection to a place so familiar, yet so far removed from her experiences. Two years after returning home to California, still haunted by memories of the Perigord, Ellie gives up teaching and enrolls in McGill University to study archeology. Completing three years of study, she eagerly returns to the area that captured her imagination, this time to complete her doctoral dissertation under the guidance of Jean Oresme, an expert on Medieval life in the region. Without Reason is a gripping tale of a woman who, while looking toward the future, must answer questions about her past. The reader will join Ellie and Charles as they try to solve a mystery in an unforgettable land—the Perigord.< Less
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For Such As We Are Made Of, Such We Be By Augusta Toomer
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"For Such As We Are Made of, Such We Be" portrays people beset with conflicts and choices destined to change their lives. Each story is unique. Finding themselves immersed in unexpected... More > quandaries, the characters discover their inner resources to be deeper than they imagined. The stories address still-controversial moral issues, embracing recent progressive developments while remaining firmly rooted in a core value for loving commitment. Augusta Toomer’s writing reflects the valuable perspective of a woman whose views have evolved over nearly a century lived in the deep South. As a committed Catholic, her frame of reference shifted during the civil rights movement of the 1950’s, shifted again in the 1960’s Vatican II sea change, and again in the 1980’s when she became an ally to the gay community during the AIDS crisis. Her stories both charm and challenge the reader, presenting a rare opportunity to see with the compassionate eyes of a progressive Southern woman who is 95 years old.< Less
GUNS OF JUSTICE By Don DeGraff
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After wiping out Bull Taggart and his gang immediately after the civil war, Cort Patrick and his men headed back east from their home in Sunset Colorado to muster out of the Union Army. Their... More > commanding officer asked them to complete one last mission –to locate and recover a cache of gold purportedly stolen by southern generals hoping to fund a rogue southern army. Along the way, they encountered three groups of vicious men –Ezra Pike, Patrick Murphy and General Elliot Parker. All three groups set out to trail Cort and his men back to Sunset with the intent of killing Cort and his men as well as destroying the town of Sunset. What the three groups don’t know is that the hunters will become the hunted as they taste the unleashed fury of the guns of justice in three bloody shootouts.< Less
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Guns of Revenge By Don DeGraff
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Guns of Revenge is an action packed western with numerous gunfights from the first page to the last. The story takes place immediately after the civil war with Cort Patrick's home town being attacked... More > by Bull Taggart and his men to revenge the death of Bull's brother. Cort and his men then sought to wipe out Taggart and his gang to avenge the attack on his town. Bull led a band of southern guerilla's who made Quantrill look like a choir boy. Cort and his men rode for the North and dogged Bull's trail throughout the war making Cort and Bull mortal enemies. The story is one of action and revenge that was part of the tale of the west after the civil war.< Less
Hardscrabble Hill By Jeff Davis
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Hardscrabble Hill is the story of Adele Susannah Abbott, a white colonial house perched on the bank of the Penobscot River, and the impact the house had on Adele’s life. It was a beacon of... More > hope in her childhood, a refuge from the storm of her adolescence, a citadel of her adult life, and a safe haven in her waning years. Set in the town of Jonasport, Maine, at the turn of the century, Hardscrabble Hill follows the lives of Adele and the inhabitants of Jonasport who reached out to one another while trying to conceal the dark secrets of their individual lives. It is the story of a people who lived in a time when “neighbors were friends and community mattered”< Less
The Christmas Robe By Deborah Laurent
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Countless readers have been inspired by Deborah Laurent’s tales. In Deborah Laurent’s latest novel, The Christmas Robe, this award winning story shares the journey of Elizabeth (Beth)... More > Nolan through Christmas memories, childhood reminiscing, the functions of becoming an adult, the relay of parenthood, and finally through the loss of a parent. The Christmas Robe demonstrates how one family battles to hold on to the preciousness of life and family traditions when faced with changes, bereavement, and endeavors — while guided by a mother’s love. With humor and grief, The Christmas Robe will have you reliving your childhood, replaying your own Christmas memories, rekindling fallen relationships, shedding tears for loss – while being reminding how precious life is. As warm as the hearth after a cold winter’s day As sweet as a kiss under the mistletoe. As bright as the star that leads you home for the holidays. Have your Handkerchief on hand The Christmas Robe will become a family tradition.< Less
Through Their Tears By Maureen Eaton
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“Finally they came for me and demanded to be taken through my home, and after looking it over decided they wanted it. I begged them to leave one room in which to sleep with my children while I... More > waited for news of my husband. They refused at first, then permitted me to take the small room upstairs. Every night they were so drunk I eventually had no choice but to leave.” And so begins the harrowing journey of Nadejhda and her two young children, as they fled Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution. They leave in search of her husband who earlier disappeared on his way to America, hoping for a better life for his family. When he leaves in 1917 he begins a series of letters to Nadejhda. Suddenly the letters stop. Years later, she meets Elise, whose own choices would send her down a path from profound grief to healing. With Nadejhda’s help Elise learns to forgive the past and to love again. Through Their Tears is an inspiring journey of two unforgettable women who come together determined to start over.< Less
The Arranged Marriage: My Kalpa By Mark S. Silver
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This is the story of a young woman in India who agrees to marry through an arranged engagement. After an idealized childhood she relocates to the United States to begin a new life with her husband.... More > Yet, she soon discovers that he is a dangerous alcoholic who causes her to suffer unspeakable abuses and a deep sense of psychological and physical harm. Ultimately, she finds the courage to begin a new life in the United States.< Less
Outlaws: The Second Book in The Divisional Order Trilogy By Abby Elise
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Mason finally learns to accept his Placement as Prime Leader after finding out that the job comes with a special perk, the Pardoning Privilege. He can use this privilege to save up to one hundred... More > people from facing the death penalty. Losing the job means losing everyone. When Mason’s girlfriend Noah is found to be illegally pregnant with his child, all hope fades away and they await their deaths together.< Less
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Out of the Barrel By Lawrence Christopher
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They were the first generation in their families to graduate from college and to work at salary paying jobs: Adrian, Deshaun, Earl, and Fiona. They’ve found out that it was after the climb,... More > came the real struggle to stay Out of the Barrel.< Less
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Jefferson Davis Takes Philadelphia By S. Tyson Gardner
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The North won the Civil War, but it took a Jefferson Davis to reunite the nation. It's 1876, the last days of postwar Reconstruction in the South, when a nineteen-year-old artistic prodigy from... More > Georgia, with a troublesome name, heads to Yankee Philadelphia and the country's first World's Fair since the Civil War. A call for artists to participate in the Fair's art exhibit, the largest in the nation, sends Thomas J. on his way. A hilarious coming-of-age story follows, with a cast of illustrious characters and more than a few mishaps and amusing encounters. Ultimately, Jefferson Davis takes Philadelphia in this madcap fictional romp, where anything can happen - and very nearly does - in this historical farce.< Less
Morning's Gray Light By Peter S. Roper
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"Morning's Gray Light" is the story of George Abbott, a coaching legend at Longstreet High School who was unbeatable on the football field but couldn't save his beloved wife from cancer.... More > It's Arlington, Virginia, in the summer of 1970. George has reluctantly agreed to emerge from his seclusion to coach Longstreet's freshman football team but he can't escape being caught in the bitter social crossfire of Vietnam, anti-war protests, civil rights, and a growing demand from young women to break free from their traditional, male-approved roles. No one tests George's core beliefs harder than an outspoken war widow and her son. But she also opens an unexpected door to living again.< Less
Mason County Aspires By Shelton Timberland Library
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Six years ago the Friends and staff of the Shelton Timberland Library decided to put together a book to show off the writings of our patrons and neighbors. We meant it to be a one-time project, but... More > everybody involved had higher aspirations than that. So here we are, still writing, still publishing. We hope you enjoy this collection of the works of Mason County as much as we had writing and editing it.< Less
Hobos of Honeytown By Peter Gordienko
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A little over a hundred years ago lived the colorful, eccentric, nonconformists on a heavily wooded river bluff of a burgeoning American city. Within the satirical, fictitious plot, a plethora of... More > comedic characters carried out their unburdened lifestyle, eventually caught up in the drama of society, from the darkness of the crumbling skid row across the river, and on into the prosperous core of the metropolis. A plethora of characters like Pinky, Big Bob, Black John, Oiva, Polkadots, Barbara, Angel, and Herman the German live in tents and ramshackle hovels on the often ludicrous edge of society ripe with enrapturement, foibles, failures, and sublimity. In a dog-eat-dog scenario unfolds an allegory, perhaps that which predicts the fate of mankind in the future, all in a multifaceted, churning of the machinations of society in a Machiavellian plot. 'Hobos of Honeytown' is laughable, ridiculous wit and can be enjoyed by anyone wanting a journey into the absurd and having a seatbelt on their chair.< Less