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  • Sister B

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    The history of Mississippi prompts a young African American mother to leave that state and seek a better life out west. In 1939, while traveling by train from California to Oregon, she encounters a Japanese photographer whose photos are used to plan ...


  • To Walk in Their Footsteps

    Coming to Canada by

    Back in the 1960's tracing your Family Tree was just becoming an interesting hobby. Now, like a lazy little babbling stream merrily following the course of time, that stream has metamorphosed into a huge, directed waterfall and on to an almost out ...


  • While on a Cruise

    A Short Story Collection About Life by

    While on a Cruise starts with the very moment when the author begins her journey as a writer and finishes with the completion of this as her sixth book. In between these moments are engaging and thought-provoking stories that examine how situations, ...


  • Cottage

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    When a wife dies, the survivor is suddenly on his own. This can be especially traumatic if he has depended on her to deal with all the details of their life together. After a disastrous but short-lived first marriage, Mason reconnects with ...


  • Three River Valleys Called Home

    The Rhine, The Mohawk, and The St. Lawrence by

    Sometimes people leave their home with the hopes of finding something better. Sometimes they are forced out and chased away. Philip Eamer and his wife, Catrina, experience both in this true story of immigrants searching for a place to call home. The ...


  • Little Maggie

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    ‘Baby Maggie was stolen – straight out of the cradle’ This was not a crime – not in any legal way. Maggie was the fourth child born to Marlies and Josito Otero - in the span of four years and four months. Incredible? But true. One plus years later, ...


  • Saint Illuminator's Daughter

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    It is late winter of 1950 and Safir Turan—an immigrant living a lonely life in Brooklyn, NY—has just learned of her father's death in distant Istanbul when she is contacted by a wealthy American claiming he knows her family. Senator Weldon Scott ...


  • Marianne's Destiny

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    Sometimes you need to grab what you want, or it will pass you by. In the wild, party atmosphere of Paris, France in the 1970s, Marianne thought she had it all – a well-paying and exciting job “entertaining” customers in a luxury private club, and ...


  • Eat Honey, My Son

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    Imagine that you’re Nancy Holdeman, and the year is 1829. You’re traveling by wagon train from Pennsylvania to join a small Mennonite farm settlement in Ohio with your husband, Amos, and Liza, the first of your nine babies. Still nursing, you’re ...


  • It's About Luke

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    “Mom, if there was a car accident, who would you save first?” *** Luke Poole is an ordinary boy struggling between the everyday normal and the fringe world of David, his older, severely disabled ...