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The Color of All Things

The Color of All Things

Moving and filled with unexpected ideas and imagery, The Color of All Things (Mercer, 2015) is a love letter from one man to one woman, but it offers...

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It is Written: My Life In Letters

It is Written: My Life In Letters

Filled with colorful details and rich with photographs of the author's life, It Is Written is a beautifully written page-turner about how one...

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Emerson’s Brother

Emerson’s Brother

Few people know that Ralph Waldo Emerson had a mentally challenged brother. This deeply moving novel in letters imagines the last year of this...

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The Divine Comics

The Divine Comics

Dante’s Divine Comedy has, since it was first published, captured the imagination of readers with its amazing journey through hell, purgatory, and...

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The Campfire Boys

The Campfire Boys

The Campfire Boys tells a story that's never really been told in fiction before—of Civil War camp entertainers. A book filled with high spirits and...

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In the Morning: Reflections from First Light

In the Morning: Reflections from First Light

Morning is a part of everyone's life. But relatively little has been written directly about morning itself because it is a background rather than a...

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A Distant Flame

A Distant Flame

In the spring of 1864, the Confederate Army in Georgia is faced with the onrushing storm of General William T. Sherman's troops. A young sharpshooter...

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Crossing Wildcat Ridge, Memoir

Crossing Wildcat Ridge, Memoir

I am a country man, raised in the fields and woods of north-central Georgia. I do not care for cities, and so I live in the forest on a ridge over...

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The Silent Stars Go By, A True Christmas Story

The Silent Stars Go By, A True Christmas Story

In this touching, true story, award-winning writer Philip Lee Williams tells how life changed for him in 1959 as he spent his last Christmas in the...

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The True and Authentic History of Jenny Dorset

The True and Authentic History of Jenny Dorset

Narrated by a sharp-eyed but genial family servant named Henry Hawthorne, this novel vividly brings to life its beautiful heroine, whose headstrong...

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