Fiction

Fiction

Vindicated

Author: Kathleen Williams Renk

English author Mary Shelley is the subject of Kathleen W. Renk’s latest novel, Vindicated. Throughout much of history, Mary has been obscured by what poet Leigh Hunt termed her “four […]

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The Flying Cutterbucks

Author: Kathleen M. Rodgers

The first, short chapter of Kathleen M. Rodgers’ novel The Flying Cutterbucks creates an air of foreboding that the reader never quite shakes. Jewel Cutterbuck is watching the results of […]

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How to Make a Life

Author: Florence Reiss Kraut

How to Make a Life starts in 1905 in Kotovka, Ukraine and ends in 2012 in New York City. It’s a complex, layered story  that follows four generations of a […]

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Saving Irene: A Culinary Mystery

Author: Judy Alter

Saving Irene is set in Chicago, present day but pre-Covid-19. It’s a delectable, fun read. Protagonist Henny James tells the story. Her voice is light, witty and brutally honest. Henny’s […]

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My Name is Layla

Author: Reyna Marder Gentin

My Name Is Layla is a layered and powerful story set in present day, small town America. The point of view narrator is Layla, thirteen years old and starting eighth […]

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