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Unfettered

by Sutton E. Griggs & Mint Editions

Unfettered: A Novel (1902) is a novel by Sutton E. Griggs. Sutton’s third novel is a story of violence and forced migration that explores and critiques the politics of liberalism and assimilation in twentieth...


One Brown Girl and 1/4

by Thomas MacDermot & Mint Editions

One Brown Girl and ¼ (1909) is a novel by Thomas MacDermot. Published under his pseudonym Tom Redcam by the All Jamaica Library, One Brown Girl and ¼ is a tragic story of race and class set in Jamaica. Understated...


Revenge

by H. G. de Lisser & Mint Editions

Revenge: A Tale of Old Jamaica (1919) is a novel by H. G. de Lisser. Born and raised in Jamaica, H. G. de Lisser was one of the leading Caribbean writers of the early twentieth century. Concerned with issues...


Susan Proudleigh

by H. G. de Lisser & Mint Editions

Susan Proudleigh (1915) is a novel by H. G. de Lisser. Born and raised in Jamaica, H. G. de Lisser was one of the leading Caribbean writers of the early twentieth century. Concerned with issues of race, urban...


A Singular Life

by Elizabeth Stuary Phelps & Mint Editions

Set in 19th century Massachusetts, Emanuel Bayard feels unsure about his studies at the local seminary. Though he is very devout to God, Emanuel feels he is called to do more for his community. However, some...


Beyond the Tinsel

by Dan Schomer & Donald K. McKim

Recall the experience of gathering in a festively decorated church sanctuary with a lighted candle in your hand, the sanctuary aglow in candlelight, singing the beloved Christmas hymn, "Silent Night, Holy Night."...


Taledo’s Road

by Johnny P.

Taledo?s Road is a story about the impact of westward expansion on some of the Native American tribes. The main characters and their story are fictional, but many of the historic battles and situations actually...


Nellie's Heartbreak

by Rosie Clarke

A new stand-alone saga set in Yorkshire around out the outbreak of the second world war and the unlikely relationship between a master and servant.

As a small child, Nellie Peace was always dreaming but sensed...


Love's Battlefield

by Parton,Keitha

Katherine Oben is left alone to care for her brother, Benjamin, on a small farm on the outskirts of the small village of Bentonville, North Carolina. Her father had left four years prior to fight for the Confederacy...


Garden of Hope

by Tirrell,Cheryl

The sequel of Due Honor revolves around the children and grandchildren growing up with each on their own path. Clinging to her faith, Annie stays committed to her family and watches as God works in all their...


The Dickens' Christmas Village Tales

by Johnson,Maxine

Christmas villages warm the heart and hearth of many homes. Have you ever wondered what the people in those villages are doing? Where they are going? Where did they come from? Have they lived in that village...


The Seventh Covenant

by J. P. Hannah

Scripture springs to life in this immersive narrative, written in the tradition of Francine Rivers, Bodie and Brock Thoene, and Lynn Austin. Walk with Jesus and his disciples, hear his words afresh, witness...


Understanding Colson Whitehead

by Derek C. Maus

In 2020 Colson Whitehead became the youngest recipient of the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction. Although Whitehead's widely divergent books complicate overarching categorization, Derek C. Maus...


Tom Sawyer’s Civil War Chronicles

by John Bradley Jones & David L. Johnson

Anyone who has read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer or been fascinated by the Civil War will be enthralled by Tom's adventures in this novel. A graduate of West Point, Tom develops a friendship with Hiram Ulysses...


Yeshua, the Untold Story

by Lee Carter Thomas

Based on the fantasies created in the mind of an apathetic church attendee who reimagines the possibility that Jesus in the New Testament was actually the creation of a famous Judean street performer, Yeshua...


Wild Women and the Blues

by Denny S. Bryce

“Ambitious and stunning.” —Stephanie Dray, New York Times bestselling author

 

"Vibrant…A highly entertaining read!” —Ellen Marie Wiseman New York Times Bestselling author of THE ORPHAN COLLECTOR...


Hagar's Daughter

by Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins & Mint Editions

Hagar?s Daughter: A Story of Southern Caste Prejudice (1901-1902) is a novel by African American author Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins. Originally published in The Colored American Magazine, America?s first monthly...


The Death of Revenge

by Abigail Starr

In the year 1887, a young woman with a mysterious past returns to the village of Gwynedd, England. It is the one place she has spent the past 6 years trying to forget. Her reason for returning now? Revenge.

Her...


Chains of Slavery

by Brian Ridolfi

It's 2048, eleven years after America's second revolution. Timothy Delgreco is hopelessly imprisoned in an appalling federal jail. While incarcerated he encounters a wise old man with startling information....


Translations

by Scott Spearing

Two of the most pivotable points in human history have been told and retold by books, songs, plays, and movies. Each time the interpretations focus on the same details or a modified version of these events....