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marjorie-hill's picture
Aug.19.2013
Molly, the second of four children, loves her siblings and her dad but especially loves her mama. Her perfect world comes crashing down when her mother dies of pregnancy complications. Her dad is manipulated by her evil aunt, who decides to take Molly to live with her and her Grandfather at Xeno...
robert-flanagan's picture
Jun.18.2012
Special anniversary revised edition! Please purchase from Bottom Dog Press. "When it comes to novels written about boot camp life in the United States military, nothing compares to Robert Flanagan's revealing and wonderfully written classic, Maggot."       ...
terrance-zepke's picture
Aug.06.2011
This collection of thirty-two ghost stories take place from North Carolina's Outer Banks to the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Every story is illustrated and photos of many of these haunted lighthouses, plantations, and other historic sites, are included. The book is in its tenth printing and is...
bryan-malessa's picture
Jan.15.2011
An epic investigation of America's underbelly, The War Room examines the painful conflicts that arise in exploring one's identity and the dramatic consequences of such actions. Sam is a curious boy growing up in an Ohio village. Trying to understand his father's seemingly anonymous past, he is...
nicole-seitz's picture
Aug.08.2009
This beautifully written, imaginative story of love and redemption is the must-read book of the year. The ending is so surprising and powerful that it will linger long after the last page is turned. — Cassandra King A beautiful young woman. An American soldier. A war-torn country. Nearly forty...
william-l-ramsey's picture
Feb.15.2008
William L. Ramsey provides a thorough reappraisal of the Yamasee War, an event that stands alongside King Philip’s War in New England and Pontiac’s Rebellion as one of the three major “Indian wars” of the colonial era. By arguing that the Yamasee War may be the definitive watershed in the formation...
dorothy-allison's picture
Dec.14.2007
Greenville County, South Carolina, a wild, lush place, is home to the Boatwright family—rough-hewn men who drink hard and shoot up each other’s trucks, and indomitable women who marry young and age all too quickly. At the heart of this astonishing novel is Ruth Anne Boatwright, known simply as Bone...