The Songs We Hide, by Connie Hampton Connally

The Songs We Hide by Connie Hampton Conally

The Songs We Hide (356 pages), is a work of historical fiction by Connie Hampton Connally. In communist Hungary, a peasant loses his land, a young mother loses her baby’s father, and both are scared into silence—until music brings them together to face the agonizing tests ahead. “This is a haunting, character-driven novel with a simple…

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Better You Go Home, by Scott Driscoll

Better You Go Home by Scott Driscoll

Better You Go Home (236 pages), is the first novel by Seattle writer and writing instructor Scott Driscoll. While visiting the Czech Republic in search of his half-sister, a critically ill American man unearths long-buried family secrets. WINNER of the Foreword Firsts Award for Debut Fiction: 5 Stars: “Driscoll ably threads an adulterous romance with…

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