Almost Dead

A Midnight Shrink Novel
By Edward A Dreyfus

When is crime fiction more than just crime fiction? When it’s written by Edward A Dreyfus and its protagonist is Almost Dead in the first chapter! Just picture yourself sipping your morning coffee and surfing your laptop when a bullet buzzes across the top of...

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A File of a Life

By Christina McKinney

A File of a Life by Christina McKinney is the story of a daughter as she experiences her mother’s presence through the things she left behind. Jill never got over her mother Bobbie’s death. She never found closure, and that translated into her other relationships....

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Aliens, Drywall, and a Unicycle

By Kevin St Jarre

Aliens, Drywall, and a Unicycle by Kevin St Jarre is almost a coming of age story, but with a twist. When Tom Tibbets takes a job at a weekly newspaper in a small town in New Hampshire, he has no idea he will become more...

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Audie Murphy in Saigon

By Edgar Tiffany

Vietnam has become a word synonymous with American failure, a lost cause that exhausted manpower and resources. Edgar Tiffany’s Audie Murphy in Saigon attests to this. The book is divided into his long essay accounts of his experiences as a medic during the Vietnam War....

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A Lion in the Grass

By Mark Zvonkovic

A Lion in the Grass by Mark Zvonkovic is a great novel with a strong appeal to fans of espionage and military thrillers. It follows the journey of a brilliant spy, Raymond Hatcher. At eighteen, he already has a college degree, and because of his...

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August of Deliverance

By Michael Cameron

In August of Deliverance by Michael Cameron, a twenty-one-year-old woman takes a break from college to explore herself and indulge in her obsessions in the most unlikely of places. As a middle-school girl, Kristi Lou was unusually tall and frightened by her height, as her...

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Art's Place

Stories & Diversions
By Michael Fedo

Art's Place: Stories & Diversions is a collected work of fiction that features short stories, many of which were award-winning, published, or highly commended, and all of which were penned by author Michael Fedo. There is a definite theme of subverting the norms throughout the...

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After the Dash

By Lynda Abernathy

"I have lived through everything. I have lived despite everything. And I have changed. I was made in the likeness of light, but I have swum in cold pools of darkness. My story is not black and white; there are reasons and motives and explanations."...

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As the Daisies Bloom

A Novel
By T P Graf

As The Daisies Bloom: A Novel by T.P. Graf is a tale that explores the synchronicities of life and how there is always a power greater than ourselves guiding and directing us in the best direction, if only we take the time to listen and...

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A Summer of Surprises

By Judith Keim

A vacation seems just the ticket for Jill Conroy in A Summer of Surprises by Judith Keim, so when her sister offers her the chance to house-sit a cottage on a sun-drenched beach, she packs both her physical and emotional bags and travels to Florida....

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