Books tagged: community life

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Family Values
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 166,560. Language: English. Published: January 28, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Tim Sloan’s job as pastor in a small country church in Appalachia is a cover. He is really looking for his mother’s killer. During the search he becomes embedded in the small community and its web of relationships in ways he never anticipated. These relationships challenge both his cynicism and his religious beliefs and lead him to changes that surprise both him and his friends.
Revealing Grace: A Story About a Cancer Adventure and a Community
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 52,550. Language: English. Published: August 18, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir
Written by cancer survivor and yoga instructor Amy Conn, this wise and compassionate field guide inspires those touched by cancer to live more fully and less fearful during times that appear most challenging.
In Our Midst
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 92,640. Language: English. Published: September 17, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
Stanton, Indiana, in 1990, is a town in which people love their kids, joke with their mayor, attend church, and support the Wood Carving Festival. But, one boy is growing up with a secret that he unknowingly shares with another son of the community, a soldier in the Korean War who died the day he came home.
Murano Light
Series: Murano Light, Book 1. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 62,160. Language: English. Published: November 6, 2012 by Susan Egner. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Bates made her way up the path leading to the historic lighthouse. Could she live here for the year she'd committed? She was embarking on a dream she'd nurtured since childhood. The isolation of a lighthouse, the loneliness, the yearning for someone's return, all spelled romantic fantasy to young girls, even for Bates at one time. Now it spelled escape . . . at least that's what she thought!