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23. May 2017
★★★★★

The Curves Collection Big Girls And Bad Boys - The Curve Ball, The Beast Loves Curves, Curves By Design by J.S. Scott

Fans of a good Romance would be delighted to find out that Bestselling Author J.S. Scott has put The Curves Collection at a special price of 99c!!The Curve Ball, The Beast Loves Curves and Curves by Design are books filled with passion and plenty of heat to keep you asking for more. Download your copy and read these three stories about women with curves and the men who love them. Plus this [...]


22. May 2017
★★★★★

Davenport House by Marie Silk

Davenport House is an exquisite mansion where a family secret takes a dark turn. 22-year-old Mary Davenport must rely on the servants to help her find answers and comfort in a time of grief. The lives of the wealthy family are compared and contrasted with the hardworking servants who live below. I enjoyed the research that went into this book. The characters are fictional, but the locations [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Ascending Spiral - Humanity's Last Chance by Bob Rich

One morning, I woke with a sentence, and an image: "The first time I saw my love, she had long dark hair with a red band holding it in place, pansy-blue eyes, and a long elfin face that was quick to flash into a shy smile." And I knew that the second time, she had golden hair, a square face and a terrible temper. But what grew was not just a love story, but an epic journey over many lifetimes. [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Lady Joe by Mark Saha

Lee Estes somehow manages to lose a champion cutting horse scheduled to be picked up by a buyer. The unsophisticated buyer only wants Lady Joe as a trophy horse to impress guests in his back yard, so Lee buys a cheap no-talent blue roan replacement. When the buyer tells Lee to enter her in a weekend cutting for photographs, he must scramble to find a blue roan cutter to substitute for his bogus [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

The Last Jump - A Novel of World War II by John E. Nevola

The Last Jump is a story of discovery as a modern day journalist explores the military experience of his father in World War II. Aware of the existence of a long lost family secret, our protagonists enlists the aid of four aging World War II veterans who knew his father. When he finds out they know about the secret and have sworn an oath never to reveal it, he begins the difficult task of [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Runaway - A Tragedy of Youth by Peter Alpert

Runaway: A Tragedy of Youth is a novel based upon an actual criminal case I handled in 1978. It deals with difficult family dynamics, a teenager who runs away from home in search of a better life and the complications that come with that decision. I have followed the case over the years and the book brings the reader current and leaves one pondering some of of society's problems in dealing with [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Unexpected - A Tale of Deception by Peter Alpert

Small towns are supposed to be havens from the complexities of life in the urban areas. But when George Schmidt sustains life=threatening injuries in an accident, he sadly learns how things can get turned upside down. The book is an inside look into life in a small town and how the local government can act in ways never imagined. What is shown on TV about trials is meant to glamorize what [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

The Road to Frogmore - Turning Slaves into Citizens by Carolyn P. Schriber

Laura M. Towne was a misfit in Philadelphia in 1860, but in 1862, in St. Helena, South Carolina, she was a woman in exactly the right place at exactly the right time. People had told her she was too homely to marry, too weak and feminine to become a doctor, too fixated on logic to be considered a Christian, and too outspoken to participate within normal male-dominated political situations. She [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Damned Yankee - The Story of a Marriage (The Civil War in South Carolina's Low Country Book 5) by Carolyn P. Schriber

This is the fifth book in my series, "The Civil War in South Carolina's Low Country, but it differs from the other volumes in a couple of ways. First, it is completely fictional, although I used my knowledge of some historical families to keep my characters lifelike and believable. Second, its two main characters represent the differences between Northerners and Southerners. In my other books I [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Blessed Curse by Nancy Sartor

Six children living on the edge of the rational world develop a psychic connection that allows them to feel each other's strongest emotions. In adulthood, they pair off, male and female, husband and wife, and leave tiny Rugby, Tennessee for bigger, more lucrative places. Until Rugby calls them back, one-by-one and plunges them all into a battle that rages across time and space to save a life [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Bones Along The Hill by Nancy Sartor

Several years ago I woke to a whisper in my ear. The whisper said, "Hi. My name is Neva and I fix the faces of the dead." Thus began BONES ALONG THE HILL. I had a protagonist. Now all I needed was a setting, more characters and a plot and to learn enough about the funeral industry to write a novel. No problem. Since I am a Nashville native (not many people are any more), I set the story in the [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Red Clover by Florence Osmund

The troubled son of a callous father and socialite mother struggles through life trying to determine where he fits in. A sizeable inheritance from his mother's favorite uncle that comes with some unusual strings attached prompts him to resolve his own meaning of success, that is until shocking family secrets cause him to rethink who he is and where heʼs going. Armed with a masterʾs degree [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Living with Markus by Florence Osmund

Forced to choose between cultivating a satisfying life for himself and rescuing his dysfunctional family members from their certain demise causes Markus Nussbaum to question the importance of family. Having put an embittered past behind him, Markus builds a successful landscaping business with clientele from the affluent suburbs of Chicago and starts to appreciate the finer things in [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Heaven Earth and Time by Daniel Peter Buckley

Journey back in time and explore the ancient world and the deities that have shaped the world we live in today. Mother nature shaped the ancient world just as today by delivering and taking life. Unleashing her power in the blink of an eye such events are today predicted and can be explained such is the available technology in the modern world. However, mother nature still reminds us of [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

The Mummy by Renald Iacovelli

Essentially this is a story about changing—about realizing one is stuck in a rut and anaesthetized into an unconscious acceptance of routine and adopted expectations, and finding that there is after all more to life than what one has come to expect from it. This reevaluation sometimes occurs when there is the death of a loved one, or a health crisis; in THE MUMMY, it occurs to Harold Ostrich [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Crossing Bedlam by Charles E. Yallowitz

The beginning of a new R-Rated post-apocalyptic action comedy series, Crossing Bedlam was born from a very tiring round on a stationary bike. In my physical exhaustion, two things came to mind. One was that I really should exercise more than once a week. The other was the idea of writing a story where a young woman crosses a deadly landscape and her only ally is an insane serial killer that she [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Secretsincity by Deray Ogden

SECRETSINCITY is a story of cultural and personality clashes wrapped around the search for secrets contained in the walls of the WWII Ghetto Terezín. An ageing Holocaust survivor must endure the company of a young street girl and her unique ability to unravel the corruption that stems from his Ghetto days. She needs him to unravel her own family secrets. Together they attract those involved in [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Living and Dying in the Rainbow Light - Volume III of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair

The Lincoln County Law Trilogy takes the reader across the arc of change in a rural Southern County from a past burdened with the prejudices of the time to a more hopeful future. The third volume is devoted to the changes that came when women began to a part of the trial lawyer's community. This is something I personally experienced. I was very lucky, as is the protagonist in this story, because [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Choices - Volume II of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair

A brilliant young attorney in a rural county in the 1980's is appointed to represent a teenager who wants to obtain an abortion without parental consent, and the case goes from the trial court to the U.S. Supreme Court in days. At the same time he begins representation of a gay man, beloved by the home town public, who is forced to "come out" when he is charged with murder of his gay lover. He [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Mudlark Waif (Victorian Melodramas Book 1) by Vanessa Brooks

Last year whilst in London on a sightseeing tour of Buckingham Palace, we decided to take a walk along the Thames River. There were quite a few modern day mudlarks out searching for pieces of history on the rivers shore, most with metal detectors but some more traditionally digging. The seed of a new book was sown. I have written a series of tales set in the Georgian era of English history but [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Fling! by Lily Iona MacKenzie

Go on a "Fling!" to Mystical Mexico! Fling! features 57 year-old Feather and her 90 year-old mother Bubbles. They travel from Canada to Mexico, after Bubbles receives a letter from Mexico City asking her to pick up her mother's ashes, lost there seventy years earlier and only now surfacing. A woman with a mission, Bubbles convinces her hippie daughter Feather to accompany her on the quest. [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

How to Write a Book - Write a nonfiction book in 7 days with this step-by-step guide by Rebecca McGregor

A Best Selling book on Amazon, giving you guidance to write your very own Best Selling book. Do you dream of becoming a best selling author? Do you want to improve your writers mentality? Or, have you been endlessly searching Amazon for the perfect new book but found nothing so have decided to take matters into your own hands? Either way, FANTASTIC! You're in the right place. There [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

The French Letter King by Thea Hartley

This book is a biography, but very readable. It reads like a novel, with dialogue, which I have used with literary license. It covers the period 1900- 1945 when Tommy Horton, then a nineteen year old , moved from Sengenydd, a mining village to the big 'city' of Merthyr Tydfil. At the time, Merthyr was a prosperous town at the centre of the Industrial Revolution. This is not just an account of [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

The Counterfeit Wife by Thea Hartley

This book is unusual as it started life as a book in the erotica genre with heterosexual and gay, lesbian sex together with some BDSM. However, in the course of writing it, it became a very different animal, although some of these aspects remain. I started with the premise of a rich businessman, who was also due to become an English Lord, realising, at the age of forty five that he needed [...]


21. May 2017
★★★★★

Tooth And Claw (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 4) by Thea Hartley

If you like psychology, you will LOVE this book. If you like crime you ADORE this book. If you like MYSTERY and SUSPENSE you will EMBRACE this book. This is the fourth book featuringt Resa James, Criminal Psychologist. Although it is also a stand alone read. The police are baffled when there are a spate of missing persons I and around the city. There is no sign of these people, they are [...]



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