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Gathering of Waters

By Bernice L. McFadden - Published 2012



We often imagine what it would be like if a place could talk, be a witness to historical events. Bernice McFadden accomplishes this ...Read Review


By S. J. Parris - Published 2012Published 2013



S.J. Parris offers the reader a multisensory, cinematic experience surrounding the deadly black plague of London in 1584. Sacrilege, her the third novel ...Read Review


By Thomas Mallon - Published 2012


Biographical FictionLiterary

When a reader chooses to delve into the political historical quagmire that surrounded the Watergate scandal, there are a plethora of books from ...Read Review

Up from These Hills: Memories of a Cherokee Boyhood

By Michael Lambert - Published 2011



Up From These Hills is a memoir of the life of Leonard Carson Lambert Jr., a Cherokee Indian who lived on and off ...Read Review

The Printmaker’s Daughter

By Katherine Govier - Published 2010Published 2011


Biographical Fiction

Readers will cherish this story and not soon forget the daughter of Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1839). The famous painter of The Great Wave had ...Read Review

Josefina’s Sin

By Claudia H. Long - Published 2011


A perplexing prologue draws the reader into this lusty story of Josefina María del Carmen Asturias, who became the wife of Don ...Read Review

With Scott in the Antarctic: Edward Wilson: Explorer, Naturalist, Artist

By Isobel Williams - Published 2011



Williams dramatizes Edward Wilson from his early childhood to his death in Antarctica. Wilson traveled to the unchartered frontier at the South Pole ...Read Review

The Northside: African Americans and the Creation of Atlantic City

By Nelson Johnson - Published 2011



Atlantic City, once a desolate seaside island with no access, was a developer’s dream. Over time, a fashionable resort for the privileged ...Read Review

Midnight on Julia Street

By Ciji Ware - Published 2011



Ciji Ware’s Midnight on Julia Street is a spellbinding story that promises relevance for today as it uncovers the truth of America’...Read Review

Shame the Devil

By Debra Brenegan - Published 2011


Biographical FictionLiterary

A biographical novel about the life of Fanny Fern, writer, feminist, journalist and mother, Shame the Devil tells the true story of a ...Read Review