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  • Books for Kids: The Amazing Snowman Duel (Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal Winner), Beginner Readers age 3-8, Bedtime Stories for

    by Yossi Lapid
    There is a new snowman in town and he's picking a fight...Will Snowman Paul allow a bully to win? Get yourself a front-row seat to witness a historic event unlikely to repeat itself soon. The story line will encourage your little ones to push past their fears of bullies and find creative solutions to such challenges. The Amazing Snowman Duel is a perfect bedtime story. With catchy rhymes and simple vocabulary, the book is also ideal for beginner readers.
  • The King's Daughter

    by Daniel Hendrix

         The King's Daughter tells the sweeping tale of four Irish fishermen who journey from Ireland to America in search of a new life. When they settle on a remote wilderness island in Lake MIchigan their peaceful and promising refuge suddenly becomes a battleground of religious conflict and social unrest. A colony of Mormon settlers takes control of the island and James Strang, their charismatic leader, declares himself to be "King of the Mormons."

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  • Saving Madeline

    by Cricket Rohman

    SAVING MADELINE is unusual, heart-wrenching and humorous. In the beginning, Roxy, a spunky, young actor arrives in Hollywood to follow her dream and escape from her mean-spirited family. When she finds herself coexisting in a cramped Los Angeles apartment with a wounded warrior and her German shepherd, tensions run high. And then her mother moves in—so much for escaping.

    Along comes the well-connected acting coach, James Jonathan Jarvis, and Roxy’s big break in showbiz: a pa... more

  • Pawns to Players: The Stairway Scandal

    by Jack Random
    What begins as a rendezvous between chess and film aficionados becomes an experimental enactment of the game of chess on the board of the real world. Guided by Bobby Fischer's 1972 match against Boris Spassky, Solana Rothschild - heir to the Rothschild empire - engages billionaire William Bates in a real-world chess game of politics, espionage and international finance. While the players manipulate pieces on the board, the world observes a conspiracy by the intelligence community to take virtu... more
  • Swords and Slavery

    by David Lees
    Britannia 79 AD and Drustan and Ceri are two youngsters living in a village deep in the mountains. One dark night Drustan is taken from his home and brought to Ynys Mon, the spiritual home of the druids. There he learns dark secrets about his past and discovers how if the Romans ever find out who he is then they would kill him in the blink of an eye. Meanwhile war comes to the mountains and Ceri is forced to join refugees fleeing to Ynys Mon. It’s not long before both are taken in chains across ... more
  • T. Jefferson's Chant

    by Ronald Paul Speakes
    Stephen Teniers, a world-renowned composer and unorthodox Episcopal priest, meets Sera Watie, and they fall in love. Sera is on the brink of being chosen as the key foreign affairs advisor to a leading Presidential candidate. So, how could a relationship between such highly successful people turn out to be problematic? Stephen is of European descent; Sera is of African. As Stephen creates a major musical composition based on the life of Thomas Jefferson – counterpoised with that of Emily Dicki... more
  • Aging Storm Clouds : An Assimilation Memoir

    by Areese Woodson
    His mother's neck broke while he vaguely watched... The ocean that was once a blanket for the village, smothered the village and killed her sister... And both wind up in school that seemingly has the motto, "From Savage To Civilized". Hotah Often getting pneumonias and being conceived by rape, Hotah lived in a Hopi village with his great-grandmother deep in her nineties but said, "the hell with a walking stick." His whole life, he had seen war sprout, such as witnessing his grandmoth... more
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    by W.C. Peace
  • Summer of Two Worlds, 2nd edition - color

    by J. Arthur Moore
    The summer of 1882 came at the end of the Indian War era in the western territories. It was a time when the last of the Native American people were being forced onto reservations, the Northern Pacific Railroad was under construction through Montana Territory, and the natural beauty of the west was being altered forever by the coming of civilization. It was a time in a beautiful western landscape where life ran its course with the seasons In Summer of Two Worlds the reader enters the life of a... more
  • The Late Life Bloom of Rose Rabinowitz

    by Ronald w. Pies
    Rose Rabinowitz has spent her entire adult life burdened by a deep sense of guilt. Scientist Abe Stolper has his own dark secret that has tormented him since childhood. When Rose and Abe meet, an unfolding process of trust and love begins, moving them both toward redemption.
  • Noire: The Gentlemen's Club and Italian Sonata : Volumes One and Two of the Noire series

    by Emmanuelle de Maupassant
    The acclaimed Gothic series, taking us from Victorian London, across Europe, to the Castello di Scogliera. Secrets, mystery, intrigue, and the lure of the sensuous.
  • His Guilty Secret

    by Jewel Hart
    Secrets & Lies Are Dangerous. When Jacques’s body is discovered in a hotel room his wife, Patricia, suspects he has been hiding something from her. Why was he found naked and who is the woman that visited his grave on the day of the funeral? Significantly, who is the unnamed beneficiary Jacques left a large sum of money to in his will and what is the reason her best friend, also Jacques’s sister, Coco, refuses to tell her what he confided to her? Struggling to find out the truth, Patric... more
  • The Old World Dies

    by Kyle Jarrard
    “The Old World Dies” is a comic satire on the final decline of France and the chaotic adventures of a dreamy painter of nudes, his colorful models and spinster benefactors, an American swindler, an unlucky taxi driver, a savage teenage gang girl, and a well-lubricated cast of supporting actors, living or not, as they scurry through the great cultural and social collapse. The mad dash for the exits opens to the pleasant tinkling of sheep bells high in the Pyrenees where nature-struck Parisian art... more
  • My Angel the Devil

    by Dan Agbeje
    The story of a girl with simple dreams, to finish high school, marry the love of her life, study at university, have children and live happily for the rest of her days. All things fall apart as ungodly fanatical violence sweeps through the region making Fatima tap into a strong sense of defiance that almost sends her mad. As the world burns, follow a town’s desperate struggle for survival. My Angel the Devil is a tale of love and hatred, survival and brutality, and the strength of the hu... more
  • Modicum

    by Scott Semegran
    This collection of short stories, musings, and cartoons by writer / cartoonist Scott Semegran explores such themes as suicide, parenting, religion, masculinity, the apocalypse, and, most importantly, erections. It’s guaranteed to make you laugh, cry, and pee your pants (hopefully, not at the same time).
  • Robin's Eggs

    by David M. Hanner
    Exciting adventure about Robin, a genius child who helps a world famous physicist with Lou Gehrig's decease to speak again and share his discoveries with the world. A refreshing group of characters including a British aunt, a rude and obsessive doctor, two groups of dangerous mercenaries, and a talking chimp with attitude! A page turner for young and old alike.