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  • In the Shadow of Alabama

    An estranged daughter returns home to discover her father’s WWII history in a “beautifully written” novel of family rifts and the burdens of racism (Historical Novel Society).Rachel Fleischer has good reasons not to be at her father’s deathbed. Foaling season is at hand and her horses are becoming restless. But her horse manager, Malachi—more of a father to Rachel than Marty ever was—convinces her ... Read more

    $10.49 USD

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    In the Shadow of Alabama

    Narrated by Carol Monda ...

    Unabridged

    10 hours 57 min

    Judy Reene Singer's newest novel is a masterful story of the American experience. Between the past and present, between love and war, between the burdens of race and hope, a woman returns home to discover her father and a history she had never known... Rachel Fleischer has good reasons not to be at her father's deathbed. Foaling season is at hand and her horses are becoming restless and difficult. ... Read more

    $24.99 USD or free with audiobook trial

  • And All the Phases of the Moon

    Delving into the mysteries of the human heart with humor and emotion, master storyteller Judy Reene Singer explores what it means to begin again after a life touched by tragedy . . .Aila Cordeiro absolutely cannot take on an abandoned pit bull. So why is she suddenly filling food bowls for the wounded stray and opening her seaside home to him? Maybe it’s the sadness in the pup’s eyes, a sorrow ... Read more

    $12.39 USD

  • Horseplay

    A Novel

    Patty got up to peer into the refrigerator. “Honey, don’t look so guilty,” she said. “Men are like horses. If they’re even-tempered and sweet, you stay on for the ride. If they buck and run around, you get off before you get hurt.” She slammed the refrigerator door. “Damn, we’re out of cake.” --from Horseplay: A NovelA debut novel full of sparkle and wit, Horseplay is a story of the animals that ... Read more

    $9.99 USD $5.99 USD

  • An Inconvenient Elephant

    A Novel

    Book 2 - A Still Life with Elephant Novel
    The delightful sequel to Judy Reene Singer’s Still Life with Elephant, which People magazine called, “a charmer,” An Inconvenient Elephant brings back Singer’s feisty and unforgettable heroine Neelie Sterling and introduces a whole new cast of pachyderms. Neelie’s quest to save an endangered elephant in Zimbabwe will enthrall fans of Water for Elephants and Hannah’s Dream, and anyone who loves ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Still Life with Elephant

    A Novel

    Book 1 - A Still Life with Elephant Novel
    “Brimming with humor and hope, Still Life’s a charmer.”—PeopleThe way to a cheating man's heart is through . . . an elephant?Professional horse trainer Neelie Sterling somehow missed the fact that her veterinarian husband, Matt, was having an affair with his blonde, pretty business partner. Neelie often misses things. (When Matt originally told her he was getting a colleague to help with the ... Read more

    $11.99 USD

  • Audiobook

    Still Life With Elephant

    Narrated by Karen White ...

    Unabridged

    10 hours 9 min

    Can a badly abused elephant halfway across the world help a woman win back her cheating husband? In this funny, heartwarming story, the author of the beloved novel Horseplay presents another smart, memorable heroine and the animals–and men–she loves.Neelie Sterling never did listen well to the conversation around her. Always preoccupied with an inner monologue, she sometimes missed things. She was ... Read more

    $20.00 USD or free with audiobook trial

  • In the Shadow of the Alabama

    The British Foreign Office and the American Civil War

    by Long ...
    This book looks at an allegation of betrayal made against a young Foreign Office clerk, Victor Buckley, who, it was claimed, leaked privileged information to agents of the Southern States during the American Civil War. As a consequence, the CSS Alabama narrowly escaped seizure by the British Government and proceeded to wage war on American shipping. Victor Buckley’s background is examined against ... Read more

    $28.79 USD

  • Sold Down the River

    Slavery in the Lower Chattahoochee Valley of Alabama and Georgia

    Examines a small part of slavery’s North American domain, the lower Chattahoochee river Valley between Alabama and GeorgiaIn the New World, the buying and selling of slaves and of the commodities that they produced generated immense wealth, which reshaped existing societies and helped build new ones. From small beginnings, slavery in North America expanded until it furnished the foundation for two ... Read more

    $31.99 USD $28.79 USD

  • Turning the Tide

    The University of Alabama in the 1960s

    This book documents the period when a handful of University of Alabama student activists formed an alliance with President Frank A. Rose, his staff, and a small group of progressive-minded professors in order to transform the university during a time of social and political turmoil. Together they engaged in a struggle against Governor George Wallace and a state legislature that reflected the worst ... Read more

    $27.99 USD $25.19 USD

  • Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt

    series Library of Alabama Classics
    Born in Snow Hill, in 1869, William J. Edwards graduated in 1893 from Tuskegee Institute, then under the direction of Booker T. Washington, and set out to find a way to use in his own life the values he had learned at Tuskeegee. He did not have to look far. Edwards toured Wilcox, Monroe, Butler, and Dallas counties and found a large black population in need of both liberal and practical education. ... Read more

    $19.49 USD

  • The Founding of Alabama

    Background and Formative Period in the Great Bend and Madison County

    The most thorough history of Alabama’s Madison County region, widely available for the first timeThe 1956 dissertation by Frances Cabaniss Roberts is a classic text on Alabama history that continues to be cited by southern historians. Roberts was the first woman to earn a PhD from the University of Alabama’s history department. In the 1950s, she was the only full-time faculty member at what is now ... Read more

    $35.99 USD