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Includes books by Marian Zimmer Bradley, Dion Fortune, Katherine Kurtz, Mercedes Lackey, Ursula Le Guin, Terry Pratchett, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, Starhawk, Sheri S. Pagan Fiction (Beth's Pagan Stuff): Author, title, and summary for more than 75 books in these categories: Pagan-Themed and Mythological Fiction; Society and Community; Arthurian Fiction; and Faery Fiction. Women Mystery Novelists: A Selected Annotated List (Helene Androski, Univ.of Wisconsin Women's Studies Librarian's Office): Three-part, annotated, text bibliography.Asian American Fiction (Multnomah County Library, OR): Author, title, webcat link and publication year listed for anthologies, and fiction by Chinese Americans, Filipina and Filipino Americans, Japanese Americans, Korean Americans, Laotian Americans, Taiwanese Americans, Vietnamese Americans. Great Jewish Fiction (National Yiddish Book Center): Author, title, and publication year for the '100 best' Jewish books, from by Michael Chabon).Jewish Interest (Northbrook Public Library, IL) : Author, title, summary for over 80 fiction titles and a dozen mysteries.

Bibliography of Mormon Speculative Fiction (Marny K.year, webcat link for almost 55 novels, from Tina Mc Elroy Ansa's . Charles Public Library, IL): List of 9 black detectives, authors of series featuring that detective, and summary of series/sleuths' character. If You Liked Sister Souljah's The Coldest Winter Ever ...From Marti Mac Alister, created by Eleanor Taylor Bland, to Darryl Billups, created by Blair S. Plus a list of 12 more authors of mysteries with black detectives. (Gary Public Library, IN): Author, title, summary for about 20 similar novels. (10 books); If You Liked Delores Phillips' The Darkest Child ... (Seattle Public Library): Author, title, brief summary, webcat link, and cover image for more than 15 novels, from Connie Briscoe's .Also: If You Liked Eric Jerome Dickey's The Other Woman ... (12 books); If You Liked Omar Tyree's Flyy Girl ... Literature of the Middle East (Evanston Public Library, IL): Author, title, summary for about 40 fiction works, as well as poetry and anthologies, about Arab-Americans, Moroccans, Iranians, Algerians, Turkish, Lebanese, Saudis, Iraqis, etc., some set in the middle east and some in other places. The Islamic World in Fiction (Seattle Public Library): 'A selection of fiction reflecting various aspects of Islamic culture, faith, and history around the world.' Author, title, short summary for about 30 novels, from Leila Aboulela's . Asian American Fiction (Multnomah County Library, OR): Author, title, and publication year (no summaries) for novels by Asian Americans, listed by nationality: Burmese American (1), Chinese American (48), Filipina & Filipino American (11), Japanese American (24), Korean American (12), Laotian American (3), Taiwanese American (2), and Vietnamese American (3). Fiction from India (Madison Public Library, WI): Author, title, publication year listed for over 50 books. East Indian Novels (Johnson County Library, KS): Lists over 40 fiction titles by Indian authors, with webcat links.(8 books); If You Liked Zane's The Sex Chronicles ... Fiction, Memoirs & Culture of the Middle East (Fairfax County Public Library, VA): Author, author's homeland (includes Israel), title, summary, and webcat link for about 15 novels, memoirs, biographies, and books of poetry. By the Pen: Modern Arabic Fiction (Boston Public Library): By author, with book(s) listed. Asian-American Fiction (Madison Public Library, WI): Author, title, and publication year listed for Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Japanese, Korean, and South Asian fiction. Asian Pacific American Authors & Titles (Johnson County Library, KS): Lists over 35 fiction titles by Asian-American authors. Asian and Asian-American Authors: A Selection (Montgomery County Library, MD) : Subdivided into lists for Chinese and Chinese-American, Japanese and Japanese-American, and Korean and Korean-American.Abenaki Indians: Stories & Legends Bibliography (Ne-Do-Ba): Title, author, publisher, and ISBN listed for over 15 books on Abenakis and other New England tribes.Native Lore: What To Read After Tony Hillerman (St. See also the Inspirational Fiction page for Christian fiction. Mormon Mysteries: Mainstream Mystery Novels Featuring Mormons (Religion in Literature Database): 'The novels on this list feature Mormons as the protagonist (the detective), as the antagonist (or possible suspects), or as both.' Lists authors of Mormon mystery and detective novels, and lists fictional detectives in Mormon mystery novels, as well as summaries and details on some series.The Immigrant Experience (Jennifer Phillips-Bacher, Skokie Public Library, IL): Exploring themes of nostalgia, homesickness, and cultural identity.' Author, title, pub. African American Voices in Popular Fiction (Arrowhead Library System, Janesville WI): List of almost 40 works of popular fiction, alphabetically arranged by book title, with author, publication info, and brief summary.year, webcat link for about 35 books, most published from 1990-2005, from Monica Ali's by Amy Tan. The Immigrant Experience in America (Tacoma PL, WA): These books 'explore the variety of immigrant experiences in the United States over the past one hundred years.' Author, title, publication year, and summary for about 20 books, most of which are fiction, from Diana Abu-Jaber's . Charles Public Library, IL): Author and title listed for about 20 novels. African-American Fiction: Recent Releases (Seattle Public Library): Author, title, brief summary, webcat link for 30 novels, from Rochelle Alers' .Author, title, publication info, and short summary.Pagan-Friendly Fiction (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans): Lists favourite authors, with info about their books and links to Amazon. Stories of Strong Women (The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, OH): Author and title only for genre novels featuring a wide range of female characters: Mystery and Suspense, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Supernatural, Historical, and Adventure. Bibliography of Works By and About Women Writers of the Middle Ages (Paul Halsall, Fordham Univ., Internet History Sourcebook Project): Extensive, non-linked list of primary and secondary texts, listed by author, from Angela of Foligno (Italy) 1248-1309 to Trotula of Salerno (Italy) 1040-1090.