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  • The Adventures of David and Kringer in Italy

    by Eddie R. Johnson, Jr.

    What happens when a young boy and his dog take the wrong plane and end up at the wrong destination? It turns out to be a great adventure.

  • Enerjettics: Your New Energy

    by Jeremy Gorman
    Man's outrageous energy demand is destroying the very atmosphere in which he lives. It is poisoning our oceans. If we continue on today's path, he will make the world uninhabitable in 100 years. We must change our energy resources and eliminate fossil fuels--the source of our profligate practices. Most of us don't know how to change our energy sources to the clean energy that assails us every day. The task in enormous, but there are 7 billion of us, and if we Do It Together (DIT) the task will n... more
  • Army of God

    by Dennis Bailey
    A plot by a rival to kill Noah and his family is thwarted by a beautiful young woman, who joins them as they flee the ancient Biblical city of Eden. A year later, the Lord reveals His plan to destroy the earth by flood and commands Noah to build an ark. Only the news is met with skepticism and opposition from members of his own family. Eventually, word of the ark reaches Eden, prompting the rival to send an army of five thousand men to destroy it. However, Noah has an army of his own. Acti... more
  • Outrageous: The Legend of Zesty Sundrops (First Printing)

    by William Mark

    OUTRAGEOUS: The Legend of Zesty Sundrops

    From criminal to war hero, Zesty’s transformation was unbelievable.

    Ernest Hemingway was so impressed, he wrote a book about Sundrops’s exploits: starting with him as a boy tracking down the butchers of his mother and father and hanging them, then leaving behind the role as a hired killer for the Dixie mob, joining the army in WWII and redeeming himself with super human acts of... more

  • Dreamin' in '89

    by TG Monahan

    It’s the summer of 1989. Batman owns the box office, Milli Vanilli rules the airwaves, stone-washed Cavariccis are all the rage…and Sebastian Riggs has bigger problems than being made to do the school bullies’ homework or winning the attention of the coolest girl in his class. The one thing in the world he desperately needs is the one thing he can’t seem to get: a vintage stunt radio-controlled airplane—the Dreamin’.

    Seb’s mission is clear: make enough money to buy the... more

  • The Scouts of St. Michael: Operation Archangel

    by Dan Morales
    Summer, 1940. England is being ravaged by war. Banned from their local boy scout troop for being orphans the six 11- through 16-year-old residents of St Michael's Home for Boys press on and form their own troop to do their bit for the home front. After performing a conspicuous act of bravery under fire they attract the attention of Boy Scouts founder Lord Robert Baden-Powell, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, even King George VI - as well as leaders of the newly formed branch of British Intel... more
  • Prince of Sorrows: A Fractured Shakespeare Series - Book One - Hamlet

    by D K Marley
    For fans of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski and The Dead Father’s Club by Matt Haig (both based on Shakespeare's Hamlet), enjoy this fractured historical adaptation in modern English of the story of Amleth (Hamlet), the son of King Orwendel and Queen Gerutha of Jutland, spurred to revenge his father's death who died at the hands of his uncle Feng, while soothing his wounded soul in the arms of the angelic Lady Pernillia (Ophelia). While following the story of Shakespeare's play, ... more
  • Blood and Ink

    by D K Marley
    History shows Kit Marlowe died in a tavern brawl in Deptford in 1593, but did he? The year of his birth, 1563, England is torn apart by religious metamorphosis and espionage. The stages of England and bright intellectual boys are used to bolster Queen Elizabeth I's reign and propagate the rising Protestant faith. At the age of eight, Christopher Marlowe, the muse's darling, is sucked into the labyrinth of secret spy rings, blood, murder and betrayal, while his own ambitions as England's favori... more
  • The Gemstone Girls

    by Stef Kramer
    The story begins the summer of 1983 as plain, smart Erin Martin and her best friend, Josie Jones, prepare for high school in small town, Iowa. Erin is obsessed with fitting in – wanting to shed herself from her family’s gritty, blue collar reputation. Then turmoil strikes the community when a drug operation is uncovered. Josie’s father is arrested. Erin discovers an uncomfortable truth about her own family’s involvement. Being accepted into the popular social circle takes a backseat to the myste... more
  • Day of Dust

    by Ellie Cummins
    Caius trusted the perfect city all his life, until the day it took away his parents. Now his mind is haunted with sickening memories, and he can’t seem to push away the feeling that something else—something not quite right—is being done. When his plan to risk The Rules goes terribly wrong, it’s up to his sister, a cryptic Outsider called Rudy, and the Administrator’s crazy daughter to reach him. If they fail, it’s the end of the line for all of them.
  • 978-1947233928

    by Heidi Herman
    Anna Miller's small Midwestern town upbringing led to a safe, uneventful life. Until everything changed. While packing up her parent's home after their deaths, she discovers a shocking family secret. Anna is determined to find answers and follows the clues to a small town in Wyoming. Sexy local rancher Logan Harris crosses her path and for the first time in her thirty years, Anna finds herself caught up in passion she can't resist. Wyoming opens a whole new world to her as she follows the clues ... more
  • The Obsession of Dr. Pendergrass

    by John David Buchanan

    Pendergrass loved the city of London. But the economic success of the late 1800s had a dark side. London attracted criminals like a magnet. They immigrated to England from everywhere on earth to feed on the innocent, the naïve, and the desperate. Doctor Pendergrass knew their handiwork - stabbings, beatings, and maimings – they filled as many hospital beds as cholera and dysentery.

    World commerce had set upon England like a stiff wind from the sea that utterly refused to ceas... more

  • Serendipity Mystery: Diary of a Snoopy Cat (Inca Cat Detective Series Book 7)

    by R.F. Kristi
    An artifact gone missing. A jungle full of clues. Can one cat detective save a national treasure? Inca the Siberian Kitty can’t wait to add Sri Lanka to the list of places she’s explored. But before her paws touch the sandy beaches, she learns a local museum needs her crime-solving skills to track down a stolen ancient sword. With her trusty diary in tow, Inca leaps whisker-first down a trail of clues that leads her deep into the wild jungle. After getting a little help from a baby elepha... more
  • Diary of a Snoopy Cat (Inca Cat Detective Series Book 5)

    by R.F. Kristi
    When Inca and family move to London from Paris, they make a whole new set of friends, including Monk, a Blue Russian cat and Terrence, a Golden Retriever who ably and bravely assists his world-famous detective owner, Solo. Inspired by the adventures of her new friends, Inca sets herself the task of becoming the world's best cat detective and begins to keep a diary of her exploits. When Monk arrives one evening, with news of a meeting to take place later that night, Inca is excited and can't wai... more
  • First World Problems

    by Rea Keech
    Emma has lost her job but keeps her sense of humor as she struggles to keep her family going, even if they can’t match the pampered lifestyle of her friends from “the Estates.” Her naïve, idealistic husband Charles is no help. His only concern is seeing that there are no preservatives, pesticides, or growth hormones in his food. Their friend Andre, an unmarried, eccentric intellectual, is even less concerned with what he calls Emma’s first world problems. He’s content to live on pizza and donu... more
  • The Blue Gypsy; Mystery of the Caribbean Pearl

    by Thomas W. Greene
    La Azul Gitano, The Blue Gypsy. Synopsis La Azul Gitano, The Blue Gypsy, is a beautiful Caribbean pearl that has been in the Williams family for over 400 years since the sacking of Panama City in 1671. In that year, buccaneer Thomas Williams joined forces with infamous pirate Captain Henry Morgan and conspired to steal the city’s treasury of jewels, precious artifacts, silver and gold coin before it could be sent back to Spain. While fleeing with his Spanish-Incan wife Cataline to the Caribbean... more