The collateral damage from a freak tornado rips the heart out of Small-Town, America. Who is left and what they reveal has the potential to be even more devastating. Can anyone survive the aftermath? Recommended.
A well-written book that slaps the reader upside the head with the snark of a young woman thinking of doing the most devastating act possible. Personal demons deserve to be slain and Tripsy South shows us how.
A DOCTOR a DAY: A Novel (EveryDoctor Series, Book 1) by Bernard Mansheim, M.D. – Literary Fiction, Medical, Social & Family Issues
A poignant, evocative, and unrelentingly realistic story of a doctor's dedication, its rewards, and its potential toll. This could be one of the most important books that you could read in 2018.
Dramatically constructed and terrifyingly realistic. This candid memoir is a cry for greater outreach to those who serve in auxiliary roles in times of warfare, who are forced to see and deal with its most horrific effects without acknowledgement.
It’s “Trainspotting” meets “Brazil” in this darkly comic romp that takes its hero from a “nanny state” to full-blown anarchy - a literary word salad.
The author makes us question in 'what' do we trust, who do we trust, and why. A story of a lost boy, a betrayed boy, that is relevant for the times in which we live.
SOMERSET Book Awards for Literary, Contemporary, and Mainstream Fiction 2016 Short List (Semi-Finalists)
These titles have moved forward in the judging rounds from SLUSH pile to FINALISTS LIST and now has moved forward to the SHORT LIST of the 2016 Somerset Book Awards.
Gripping, sharp and well-paced mystery with a thrilling plot and gorgeous descriptions of cosmopolitan settings.
A riveting global thriller that brims with international intrigue and surprising plot twists--a secret agenda of unimaginable destruction.
RIO – The STREET KID STARGAZER by Craig S. Wilson – a thriller coming of age story that takes place in contemporary Rio de Janeiro
A fast paced tale of crime, corruption, and destitution in contemporary Rio de Janeiro.