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  1. Its a Shame to Be a Negro
    Its a Shame to Be a Negro

    by Hans Lindor

    Its a Shame to Be a Negro
    by Hans Lindor

    Rating: 2.4/5 (168 votes cast)

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    A young Negro man struggles to chase his dream. Society scorns him but he refuses to blame his failures on anyone. He is motivated by rejection and keeps going until he discovers the true meaning of life. He wonders if it is his fault for being a Negro and if he should apologize for being a Negro.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  2. Its My Life & I Can Laugh If I Want To
    Its My Life & I Can Laugh If I Want To

    by Caroline Adams

    Its My Life & I Can Laugh If I Want To
    by Caroline Adams

    Rating: 2.9/5 (536 votes cast)

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    These are very funny events involving memorable characters in everyday life. The author's experiences have been translated to fictional characters, and circumstances around these happenings.

    Categories: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor, Other Fiction

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  3. Jewel-less Crown: Saga of Life
    Jewel-less Crown: Saga of Life
    by B S Murthy  

    Rating: 2.6/5 (38 votes cast)

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    It portrays the conflict and resolution arising out of ambition and achievement, intrigue and betrayal, compulsion and compromise, sleaze and scandal, trial and sentence, and regret and remorse and depicts the redemption of life in repentance and recompense, hope and despair, love and empathy.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Romantic Suspense

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  4. John and the Herodians - From the What a Strange Little Man Series
    John and the Herodians - From the What a Strange Little Man Series

    by Michael Straessle

    John and the Herodians - From the What a Strange Little Man Series
    by Michael Straessle

    Rating: 2.6/5 (218 votes cast)

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    A prison guard from 1st Century Rome time travels to join a fellow Christian from the past and a band of current day Christians to relight the passion of Christianity.

    Categories: SciFi & Horror, Spirituality, Other Fiction

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  5. Jones of Old Lincoln
    Jones of Old Lincoln
    by Doak Maddox Mansfield

    Rating: 2.6/5 (262 votes cast)

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    A history buff searches for answers to the mystery surrounding one of the more prominent yet unknown 19th century citizens of his hometown, George Washington Jones. It is at once a ghost story, biographical narrative, mystery tale, love story, spiritual manifesto, and political analysis, and even an autobiography of sorts.

    Categories: History, Other Fiction, Historical Romance

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  6. Kill Fest
    Kill Fest
    by AL J. Vermette

    Rating: 2.4/5 (106 votes cast)

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    Former CIA Operative turned freelance assassin Aurora Constantine is young, attractive and outstanding deadly. Her lifestyle of carnage is only grounded by the love of her sister Athena and girl friend Kimba.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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  7. Life with an Angel
    Life with an Angel
    by Michael E Johnson

    Rating: 3.2/5 (793 votes cast)

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    Teens use time and space travel and a wise guardian angel to learn the meaning of faith, discrimination, death and heaven.

    Categories: Spirituality, Teen, Other Fiction

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  8. Lunaria: The Sunless Isle
    Lunaria: The Sunless Isle

    by Kimberly Dawn Andrew

    Lunaria: The Sunless Isle
    by Kimberly Dawn Andrew

    Rating: 2.5/5 (171 votes cast)

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    Ashlyn lives in a beautiful, elfin haven but she has the chance to travel to a place known only as a myth. From the moment Ashlyn departs from home, a journey begins that can only end with the complete transformation of Lunaria.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  9. Ms. Austen
    Ms. Austen

    by Randi M. Hull

    Ms. Austen
    by Randi M. Hull

    Rating: 2.8/5 (281 votes cast)

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    If you love historical romance novels, enjoy this fictional account of the last years of the life of Jane Austen. Had she not died in 1817 at the age of 41, she might have herself experienced the greatest love affair of all time.

    Categories: History, Romance, Other Fiction

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  10. Once Bitten, Twice Shy
    Once Bitten, Twice Shy
    by Linda Louise Rigsbee

    Rating: 3.2/5 (665 votes cast)

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    Book 1 in the Carmen & Alex series, Carmen is struggling to make a goat dairy profitable when her roommate’s brother arrives for a visit. Thinking he will be under foot and bored, she is taken by surprise when he seems genuinely interested in her work. As she falls for him, their tumultuous relationship is like a wild roller coaster ride.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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