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  • Skyline: Tales of Manhattan

    by William Ivor Fowkes
    In SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN, award-winning playwright and author William Ivor Fowkes presents stories of New Yorkers—gay, straight, and confused—making startling connections and discoveries. On the West Side, a man approaching his 60th birthday tries a new haircut, with disastrous consequences. On the East Side, a Park Avenue Republican gets a taste of life on the "down low" in Central Park. In the East Village, a struggling writer papers his kitchen wall with rejection letters. In SoHo, a gr... more
  • "Christmas and Carol"

    by Steven Saylor
    A children's book for all ages. True animal stories based on the adventures at the Triple S Ranch, were hundreds of rescued animals live happily together. Written and illustrated by Johnye and Steven Saylor who own the ranch in Northern Nevada. Cats, dogs, rabbits, wild horses, burros, peacocks, chickens, turkeys, bunnies and more enjoy shelter, food, medical, dental and the promise of love and care for their entire lives. "Christmas and Carol", a tale of a mother hen who hatches her ... more
  • You Are My Sunshine

    by Roberta Kagan
    Munich, Germany 1941 A child is born in the home for the Lebensborn. She is the daughter of a pure German mother and a member of Hitler's SS elite. Her bloodlines assure that she will be a perfect specimen of Hitler's master race. But, as The Third Reich begins to crumble, the plans for the children of the Lebensborn are drastically altered. Alliances are broken. Trust is destroyed in an instant, secrets surface and friends prove that they are not what they seem. In a time when the dark for... more
  • Returning to the Lion's Den: Life in an Organized Crime Family

    by Marco Manfre
    When Daniel Montello is 18 years old, because his family is overwhelmed with crushing financial problems, he begins working as a errand boy/clean-up person at the Huntington Social Club, a storefront in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn that is used by the De Luca crime family. That decision dramatically alters the trajectory of Daniel’s life and drastically affects all of those who care about him. While not a sequel to The Outcast Prophet of Bensonhurst, this new book by Marco Manfre, Returning to the L... more
  • The Isolation of X

    by Lyra Jade Acajou
    The Isolation of X is a mosaic of interrelated characters seeking happiness, answers, meaning and fulfillment in New York City; among them are thirty-seven year old Lloyd Ellis Stone, husband, Graphic Designer by profession, painter by passion who is forced into unknown territory when he finds his mental and physical health undergoing inexplicable changes, and his talent vanishing. There’s also Sage Marie Simone, a best-selling author in the Self-Help industry who finds her life beset with bizar... more
  • Sorry.

    by Marc Richard
    For fans of Marc Richard who don't have time to read a whole novel. The perfect bathroom reader. This is how he got his start. Includes dumb ramblings and poetry that will probably make you feel better about yourself. Witness an ice skater being eaten by sharks! Unwrap odd Christmas gifts! Find out who the familiar stranger is living next door! All this and more!!!
  • It'll End In Tears

    by Marc Richard
    It’ll End In Tears tells the tale of a rather mediocre psychologist with Borderline Personality Disorder. After eight years of trying to keep up with his moods, his wife Elisa has reached her breaking point and they separate. Meanwhile, he has taken on a rather disturbing patient named Bryan. He has a lot of sympathy for poor Bryan, but his care for him is rather confounded by his own emotions- the depression, the rage, and the fact that he just can’t shake the feeling that his wife may be in lo... more
  • Harm's Way

    by Marc Richard
    Harm's Way is a quaint little novel about eleven typecast teenagers who decide, after much convincing, to spend a week out of their summer vacation in Ben's cabin in the deep Vermont woods. These woods have a terrible history, and as soon as they arrive at camp and see a dead girl skewered on the newel post, they realize that there is a killer on the loose. Like the idiots that they are, they decide to stay the week anyway, and so, thankfully, one by one they get slaughtered. Accusations fly all... more
  • Degrees of Separation

    by Marc Richard
    Everything is actions and reactions. Every movement begets another. God blessed the wings of the fly to teach us a lesson, but I'll be damned if I know what that lesson is. Whether you like a good love story, satire, sci-fi, horror, surrealist humor, or just plain words, you'll enjoy this book. It literally has everything: Inter-dimensional intrigue, the end of the world, the beginning of relationships, box-a-philes, and frozen people returning from the bottom of the sea. Not at all inspired by ... more
  • Those Eyes: A love story

    by Marc Richard
    Ronnie and Helen have are soul mates. They are madly, truly, deeply in love. In a bond so strong nothing can break it. Not even death. When they meet again, they are different people. And years apart.
  • Dream Job, Wacky Adventures of an HR Manager

    by Janet Garber

    Melanie Kohl is like a hamster on a treadmill, running in place and getting nowhere, starting with her mind-numbing commute to work, her job as Employee Relations Manager/Mrs. Fix-It/Emergency Rescue Team at the large out-of-control Medical Center in New York City, ending each day when she crawls into her basement apartment, bemoaning her sexless, uneventful private life, rocked by disturbing dreams of mayhem and murder.  As she heads inexorably towards a breakdown, hastened by the murde... more

  • Dateline Baghdad

    by Luke Baker
    A young journalist, desperate to escape his dead-end job on a regional newspaper, talks his way into joining British troops being deployed to Iraq. Chaos and adventure ensue as he flees the British base and heads for Baghdad, hoping to be hired as an international correspondent. He ends up with more than he bargained for among the wily Baghdad press corps, including losing his head to a self-assured TV correspondent. When she is kidnapped, he has to decide whether to pursue her, and wonders whet... more
  • Walking with Shadows

    by Luke Romyn
    From USA Today and Amazon #1 bestselling author, Luke Romyn, comes a compelling tale of survival and companionship. A plane crashes in the midst of the Amazon rainforest, leaving only two survivors: Jonas Drake, a wealthy award-winning author, and a terrified young boy named Jeremy. Jonas must find the strength to lead Jeremy through an army hunting them for ransom, predatory beasts, and all manner of perils not found in the concrete jungle he usually calls home. To keep Jeremy calm, Jon... more
  • Ghostboy, Chameleon & the Duke of Graffiti

    by Olivia Wildenstein

    Cora Matthews, the principal’s gloomy goth daughter, is not exactly popular Duke Meyer’s type. Still, Duke finds himself inexplicably drawn to her dark eyes and mysterious manner. She makes it clear she doesn’t return his admiration, but when a burst appendix lands Duke in the hospital, he and Cora will be forced to come together by the most unlikely intermediary: her eight-year-old brother, Jaime.

    Duke learns Jaime has brain cancer and little chance of long-term survi... more

  • The Circle Walkers (Volume 1)

    by Cody Adam Hathaway
    When a sadistic Shaman threatens to end Jackie’s life through haunting nightmares, it becomes increasingly evident that something must be done. Jackie comes together with comrades Elowyn and Josiah and stumbles upon a hidden, parallel world that has existed since the birth of time itself: The Astral Plane. In this otherworldly realm, the three are not only faced with a cluster of challenging events, but are also presented with fascinating opportunities to explore this undiscovered plane while le... more