Michael Dorris - Fiction - 2003 - 384 pages
Moving backward in time, Dorris's critically acclaimed debut novel is a lyrical saga of three generations of Native American women beset by hardship and torn by angry secrets.
Tonya Hegamin - Juvenile Fiction - 2008 - 165 pages
In parallel stories, Hannah, a slave, finds love while fleeing a Maryland plantation in 1842, and in the present, Opal watches her life-long best friend, Marianne, pull away ...
Michael E. Glasscock III - Fiction - 2013 - 328 pages
A doctor who can't remember her crime. A reporter fighting for the story of her life. Two women at a crossroads in a town that never forgets. In the summer of 1952, Lillian ...
Martha Foley - Fiction - 1976 - 364 pages
Stories by Alice Adams, Stephen Minot, Cynthia Ozick, Michael Rothschild, Peter Taylor, John Updike, and others.