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  • Devil of Gilding

    by December Knight
    Despite their troubled past, the Blake family have found their own kind of perfect. James, a nobleman, and his less than reputable brother Clemit discovered something to live for in James's son, Toby. When jealousy enters their lives in the form of a new personality, all hell breaks loose. In a single instant, all of their lives change for the worst. A new greedier villain enters their world wrapping tightly around the one thing that kept everything together, Toby. Toby is forced to fight for... more
  • Always Gardenia

    by Betsy Hanson
    In present-day Seattle, 56-year-old Gardenia Pitkin is adjusting to life after the death, two years previously, of her beloved husband Torre. As pieces of her life come together, she is confounded by the surprises that surface -- a handsome engineer is determined to court her, she enjoys a growing friendship with her charming if eccentric boss, and she is convinced that her daughter-in-law is being unfaithful -should she tell her son? ALWAYS GARDENIA combines laugh-out-loud moments -- in homage ... more
  • Chasing the Blue Sky

    by Will Lowrey
    Behind every pair of eyes that view this world through a tapestry of worn fences and shadowy, concrete kennels lives a rich and vibrant story. This is one. In the oppressive heat of a Clay County summer, a chained dog gives birth to a spirited, black puppy named Toby. Taken from his mother’s side at just a few weeks old, Toby soon discovers the love of an adoring family. But just as quickly, he finds himself fighting to survive in the unforgiving world of the county animal shelter. But ... more
  • The Raider

    by Suzanne Werkema
    Sixth-grader Micah Harrington Hess is fed up. The kids in middle school stare straight through him. Despite his natural friendliness and elementary-school successes, he’s invisible now. When he discovers that his ancestor Micah Harrington fought and raided with Jessup’s Loyal Rangers during the U.S. Revolution, Micah decides to imitate his risk-taking ancestor—to raid the unjust and help the helpless. Micah is ill-informed about the Revolution, but he’s positive no one ignores raiders. His mom s... more
  • All That We Ever Knew: The Reconciliation of God and Science

    by Jeffrey (J.F.) Krizan

    Pete Holzfaller was in middle school when the mailman delivered the weekly copy of Time magazine to his family living in rural Maine, an ordinary circumstance. However, the copy stuffed in their mailbox on April 12, 1966 was different! That cover was chilling for some of the kids; ominous bold black letters on a threatening red background asking, no proclaiming, what some elite spiritual reformists were already writing books about; “Is God Dead?” That cover image was burned into y... more

  • The Mealtime Monster

    by Jessica Williams
    When Iris Rose is faced with a plate of vegetables at supper time, she just can't take it anymore! She closes her eyes and wishes with all her heart for a creature to come and eat her meals for her. What will happen to Iris when she gets her wish?
  • Mama's Cloud

    by Jessica Williams
    Mama is the most wonderful person in the world, but when a dark cloud settles over her, her inner magic seems to disappear. There must be something that can make the cloud vanish...but what?
  • The Amulet: WW1 Espionage at its Best

    by Clinton mhic Aonghais
    The little known account of the WW1 MI1 operative Jehanne Blanche and the discovery of an ancient amulet that set British, Germans, Ottomans, Jews and the Catholic Church on a collision course with destiny, while threatening the lives of all who come in contact with it. Written as an enthralling novel 'The Amulet' is a tale of intrigue, murder and espionage, supported by numerous photographs. It covers little known history that affected the politics and religious motivations of the time that cu... more
  • THE MISADVENTURES OF BUDDY JONES ISBN 9780991215461 (ebook)

    by DAVID MARGOLIS
    Buddy Jones is a redneck baby boomer, from Middleberg MO, a fictitious hamlet south of St Louis. He’s an alcoholic, a liar, a misogynist and a bigot; and yes, he’s a Donald Trump supporter. Buddy sets out for Atlanta to visit his estranged daughter, April, whom he has not seen for twenty-five years. On his journey, he meets an African American exterminator, a Sikh waiter, a Mexican hotel clerk, and a big momma bus driver, but not the white America that he prefers. When he arrives in Atlanta, he ... more
  • THE MISADVENTURES OF BUDDY JONES ISBN 9780991215454

    by DAVID MARGOLIS
    Buddy Jones is a redneck baby boomer, from Middleberg MO, a fictitious hamlet south of St Louis. He’s an alcoholic, a liar, a misogynist and a bigot; and yes, he’s a Donald Trump supporter. Buddy sets out for Atlanta to visit his estranged daughter, April, whom he has not seen for twenty-five years. On his journey, he meets an African American exterminator, a Sikh waiter, a Mexican hotel clerk, and a big momma bus driver, but not the white America that he prefers. When he arrives in Atlanta, he ... more
  • Sisters of the Soul

    by Kristin Fulton
    Sisters of the Soul is an epic tale that spans over sixty years in the lives of Elizabeth Dumond and Sophie Washington. The story crosses the Continent of North America, starting at Sweetbrier Plantation in Louisiana and ending in San Francisco, California, with an interlude at Vancouver Island, Canada. Like petals on a flower, the story unfolds as different characters narrate the sometimes violent and tumultuous life events. Sisters of the Soul touches on themes of slavery, friendship, romance,... more
  • The Sugar Merchant

    by James Hutson-Wiley
    When Thomas’s family is annihilated in a raid, his life changes forever. Wandering for days, starving and hopeless, he is rescued by a monk and is taken to live at the abbey of Eynsham. There he receives a curious education, training to be a scholar, a merchant and a spy. His mission: to develop commerce in Muslim lands and dispatch vital information to the Holy See. His perilous adventures during the 11th century’s commercial revolution will take him far from his cloistered life to the great ... more
  • My Juxtaposition: Not Just Another Willy Loman

    by J. F. Krizan

    A child five years old does not normally ponder how he would learn "all the stuff" needed to be loved by a family that he would create far in the future, become a role model like his kindergarten teacher Mrs. Clark, or be a true friend to some of those that he would meet much later.

    How that happens is unique to all of us. For one young boy it was a fortunate set of circumstances that built a foundation of experience, education and values, which provided him with opportunities... more

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    by Albin Benny

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  • Revenge

    by J. Brinkley
    Baltimore college student, Brooklyn Taylor finds herself falling in love with a student who loves the streets more than anything else. Brooklyn begs Tyrell to change his lifestyle, but the more she pleads, the more distant he becomes. When Brooklyn discovers she is pregnant she is elated, but it quickly turns to devastation when she finds out her child's father is on his way to prison. Brooklyn begins to question her love for Tyrell and her future with him. When she makes the decision to stand b... more
  • Five Fathoms Beneath

    by J.R. Alcyone
    Five Fathoms Beneath is an emotionally engaging, thought-provoking, and life-affirming novel about suicide, the invisibility of mental illness, fathers and sons, and crafting a meaning from the meaningless. If Ambrose Serafeim's life is not quite perfect, then it's very good--he lives in a picturesque city by the ocean, he has a lovely fiancée, and he is well on his way to fulfilling his childhood dream of becoming a cardiologist. Brose owes no small part of his station in life to his famous ... more

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