The OCD Chronicles

Fear and Loathing on the Psychiatrist’s Couch
By Stuart Chapman

The OCD Chronicles: Fear and Loathing on the Psychiatrist’s Couch is a work of fiction in the literary drama subgenre. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Stuart Chapman. In this riveting drama, we see our central protagonist...

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Escape Route

By Elan Barnehama

In Escape Route, Elan Barnehama borrows the voice of a young teenage boy born to Jewish immigrants and living in New York City in the late 1960s. Zach is burdened by the history of his heritage as he navigates life in this era. The Vietnam...

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Life, Unedited

By L. Dieudonné Lemmert

What if humans edited themselves genetically to settle on alien planets… what if one of them returned to Earth? Genetically modified humans have spread across the universe and settled human colonies in distant worlds. One of these, known as the Sorority, is on a mission...

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Secrets In The Mirror

By Leslie Kain

Secrets In The Mirror by Leslie Kain is the story of two twin brothers who diverge toward two very different paths in life due to their upbringing and environment. Gavin and Devon DiMassi couldn't have turned out more different if they were not related. Bullied...

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The Catbird Seat

By Rebecca Hollingsworth

The Catbird Seat by Rebecca Hollingsworth is a compelling comparison of race relations in South Carolina from before the Civil War right up to the time of the 2000 furor of the Confederate Flag flying over the State House in Columbia, South Carolina. The story...

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Just Off Elysian Fields

By Woodlief Thomas

Just Off Elysian Fields is a work of fiction in the thriller, suspense, and mystery subgenres. It is intended for the mature reading audience owing to graphic scenes of violence, sexual situations, and the use of explicit language throughout, and was penned by author Woodlief...

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A Kind of Hush

By JoDee Neathery

A Kind of Hush by JoDee Neathery is a tale about profound loss that is shrouded in mystery. One of the biggest heartaches that parents can experience is the tragic loss of a child. Matt and Summer married in 2002. They adopted Willa and they...

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Prick of the Needle

By Juliet Rose

Prick of the Needle by Juliet Rose is the story of two people scared to love once again, but fate has other plans for them. Wren Meyers is a firefighter with demons in her closet. A former inmate and an ex-heroin addict, Wren struggles with...

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My Dearest Miss Fairfax

What Jane Austen's Emma Didn't Know
By Jeanette Watts

My Dearest Miss Fairfax: What Jane Austen's Emma Didn't Know by Jeanette Watts is a love story revolving around Jane Fairfax and Frank Churchill. Jane is a poor girl but has been allowed to grow up in a rich family. Frank is a young man...

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Ticket

By Charles Logan

The setting of the novel Ticket by Charles Logan is the Las Vegas Strip and it revolves around the lives of a drifter, a stripper, an affluent widow, and a petty drug dealer. Narrated through these different and alternating points of view, Logan ushers his...

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