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  • Yara's Tawari Tree (Yara's Rainforest Book 1)

    by Yossi Lapid
    Yara lives with her Mama in the lush Amazon jungle. She wants to rescue her beloved but increasingly besieged rainforest home. When Yara falls gravely ill, the forest returns the love and saves Yara's life.
  • The Jesuit Letter (The Tyburn Folios Book 1)

    by Dean Hamilton
    Ex-soldier turned play-actor Christopher Tyburn thought he had left bloodshed and violence behind him when he abandoned the war against the Spanish in Flanders, but fate has different and far bloodier plans waiting. The innyards of London are closed due to plague and the Earl of Worcester's Men are on the road, touring the market-towns of the Midlands. When Tyburn accidentally intercepts a coded latter from a hidden Jesuit priest in Warwickshire, he is entangled in a murderous and deadly c... more
  • Get Ready to Run

    by Joseph Natoli
    Cecily Darden, called “Alice” by her shrink, is drawn into the dangerous world of a husband, Thomas Limone, who suddenly disappeared a decade earlier. Somehow an unexpected inheritance from Thomas’ father brings her to a Brooklyn neighborhood facing gentrification. She finds herself a target for everyone with a claim on a certainly illegal treasure trove that the IRS is also looking for. Whether or not she is or isn’t a shill in a long con, an involvement that begins with her relationship with T... more
  • Anne

    by Zarina Macha

    Anne Mason has a storybook childhood.

    A wealthy father, loving mother, and a beautiful home in Richmond.

    But behind the polished windows, Anne’s father brutally terrorizes her mother.

    Sent to live with her aunt and uncle, Anne enrolls in boarding school. Though she thrives, the traumas of her past gnaw at her insides.

    Will hope and inner strength prevail?


  • Abigail Waits

    by Bunny Lee
    Bullying-the word itself brings negative connotations. It doesn't differentiate race, gender or creed. Boundless with its grip and cruelty, the assistance of the internet leads it slithering through homes, schools, cities and countries. Meet Abigail, a victim of bullying that has hurt her mentally and physically. Hiding in the woods, away from words and hands that can hurt her is her only solace. Hannah, daughter to Cherokee Indian Chief Daniel Littlejohn, is continuing his work , after her fath... more
  • The Dance Centre Presents Giselle

    by Chi Varnado
    When the prima ballerina at The Dance Centre mysteriously vanishes, Randi unexpectedly lands the lead and learns that the world of ballet is not always as glamorous as it appears onstage. She harbors severe self-doubts about her abilities to rise to the honor of her new role. And when she begins her pas de deux training with a boy, new and conflicting feelings and emotions surface which send her spiraling into panic mode. All the while, Deanne seizes opportunities to undermine her at every pirou... more
  • The Refugee

    by Paul Sohar
    In the brief first part The Refugee chronicles the perilous escape from Eastern Europe during the Communist era, but most of the book is taken up by the description of life and adventures in a refugee detention camp in Austria.
  • We, but Me

    by Kenny Lee
    Whether fraternal, identical, or just two peas in a pod, twins share an unmistakable bond for life. We, but Me recognizes what a certain set of twins have in common, but also the traits that make each sibling unique.
  • Point Zero

    by Simon J.B.
    A fabulous feel-good read in a delightfully written novel that not only entertains and enthrals, but also solves the lifelong mystery of which came first, the chicken or the egg. Some youthful professors befriend bohemian types, and challenge the very existence of dark energy and the big bang theory, while taking you on a light-hearted excursion into their world of gaiety and mayhem. *The world as you know it could be all about to change* The story of an infinite universe dispels the big bang... more
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    by Idesign Passion
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  • Solntse po talonam (Russian Edition)

    by Ekaterina Yakovina
    The author describes various amazing spaces, unexpectedly mixes the past and the future, fantastic and real. A girl who knows how to pass through the door of time; the basket of dreams that a husband brought to his wife; a second chance in another space; the life of shadows and much more in this book. All the stories are filled with hope and love. The book also contains illustrations.
  • Broken Toys

    by Brian Schreiber
    Brian Schreiber tells the story of a man whose childhood was so chaotic that only years later, with the help of therapy, was he able to confront it. Once he did that, he began to write about it, and so we travel with him through that childhood into a rudderless adolescence and eventually an adulthood of turbulent relationships. Throughout, it’s the writer’s self-awareness and honesty – at least with the reader – that keep this book from being the tawdry narrative that it could have devolved into... more
  • The Great Social Security Heist

    by Larry Enright
    It’s 1972. Think Nixon, Vietnam, VW Beetles, and bell-bottoms. Danny Maxwell is fresh out of college and ready to take on the world. He’s got a great job and a bright future. All he needs is a place to live. When he answers an ad in the local newspaper for a room to rent, he finds out too late that it comes with one unexpected amenity. His housemates are four old soldiers on a crazy mission to get back what belongs to them. Hilarity ensues when they drag Danny kicking and screaming into their mi... more
  • Terms and Conditions

    by Helen J. Darling
    After ten lackluster years in a dead-end job, Jane Desmond can’t wait to pursue her enduring ambition of a career in the glittering NYC literary scene. But the city starts throwing her curveballs the moment she arrives and what’s worse, her nervous mother, petrified for Jane’s safety, won’t stop texting her. Determined to reclaim her sanity, Jane posts a selfie challenge to prove to her mom she’s living the dream. As she struggles to find an apartment and blows critical interviews, her onlin... more
  • God is a liberal

    by Dan Newman
    God is not pleased. For millennia He has held firm to His policy of non-intervention when it comes to planet Earth and the beings that reside there. But this is a crisis. He can’t stand idly by and watch this. The idiots have elected a moron to lead the free world. Something has to be done.
  • A Soldier's Conscience

    by Charles.G. Fournel
    When a soldier has trouble to accept the acts of the regime he serves, how much can his conscience take? What should he do? Could he betray his comrades? These are the questions that faced a young Wehrmacht soldier, after being posted to a top secret base in France. After helping the civilian French resistance, the Maquis, by rescuing a prominent member from the depths of an execution camp, the young former soldier must reinvent himself and join the Italian partisans. If these resistance member'... more