How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

Andrew works for a department of the local council at as an inspector. The crew handles very specific inspections. They are called out to houses when occupants die and police cannot find his or her next of kin. The job is twofold; they first try to find relarives and if none can be found, they... Continue Reading →

Daughter of Moloka’i by Alan Brennert

One-year-old Ruth is taken in the night from her place of birth at the leper colony on Moloka'i to a school for girls on Oahu. There she learns her numbers and letters, and dreams of the possibilities of being adopted, yet, she is fearful that her half-Japanese and half-Hawaiian ancestry will scare away prospective families.... Continue Reading →

American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson

1992. After an assassination attempt, an ex-FBI agent and CIA contractor, flees with her two young sons to her mother's house on the island of Martinique. While there, Marie writes her children an explanation of her life. 1962- 1992. The story of her life growing up in NYC, running informants as a new FBI agent,... Continue Reading →

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