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Book: Saint Paul Trois Châteaux - 1948 - A Novella by C. JoyBell C.
There are those who say life is a pathway one paves with many things: time, space, questions, answers, desires, fulfillment, and loss. They believe we carefully arrange each for cause and consequence to give life order and structure. Life, however, provides an alternative outlook, where it lays its elements according to its own will. The pavement is not carefully arranged; rather the elements lay [...]
 
Book: Overlords Karma; Miami's Urban Chronicles; Volume 1 by Thomas Barr Jr.
Overlords Karma; Miami's Urban Chronicles; Volume I, an urban literary fiction portrays a biopic of the career of African-American politician; Arthur E. Teele; set in Miami's Overtown community. A Miami city commissioner commits suicide, after being overwhelmed by the trials and tribulations he faced as a professional minority which are comparably different from his nonminority counterparts. For [...]
 
Book: The Expelled by Mois Benarroch
An unexpected encounter at the central bus station with a woman identical to the Expelled's wife but thirty years younger, who happens to be the same person. An adulterous relationship that is not quite what it seems. A bus hijacked by terrorists, where two castes are formed, one superior, the front people, and another inferior and oppressed, the back people that support and justify the [...]
 
Book: Gates to Tangier by Mois Benarroch
An international bestseller published in 8 languages (Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Hebrew, Arabic, English). "If I had a nomination vote for the nobel prize he'd be in the running." Klaus Gerken, Ygdrasil editor - When the father of the Benzimra family dies, he leaves a will informing his family of an illegitimate son he fathered with a Muslim woman in Morocco. To receive the [...]
 
Book: Chi'Town's Queen 2 by Fatima Munroe
Still making moves behind closed doors, Athena is back and still as ruthless as ever. O's urgent message sends her over the edge, but she has to handle the situation with the manners of a lady and actions of a boss. Kayden is released from rehab, and he and his twin brother Kenard work on repairing their broken relationship. Kayden proves himself more than capable to run Chicago, but is that [...]
 
Book: Chi'Town's Queen by Fatima Munroe
Growing up on the streets of Chicago, Athena Wilson had it rough. With an absentee mother and no knowledge of who her father was, she saw things that no child should see at a young age. Kenard, her boyfriend and first love, taught her everything she needed to know to survive on the streets. However, once she crossed paths with Walter, her life took an unforeseen turn which caused her to leave the [...]
 
Book: Hat Dance (Detective Emilia Cruz Book 2) by Carmen Amato
Emilia Cruz, Acapulco's first and only female police detective, will risk a dance with the devil to catch an arsonist and find a missing girl in HAT DANCE, the second book in the series that takes you inside Mexico's drug war with a fearless style and an unforgettable woman. Imagine if you were investigating crime in a city both deadly and breathtaking. Mexican drug cartels battle for control and [...]
 
Book: The Nobel Prize by Mois Benarroch
"If I had a nomination vote for the nobel prize Mois Benarroch would be in the running." Klaus Gerken, Ygdrasil editor. " Do you think he is still alive? No, in the books, on the lapels, it says he died ten years ago. It may be a lie. Everything in a book can be a lie." A group of Hispanic writers live in the foreign city of Irxal. Years later a successful and controversial writer from the group [...]
 
Book: Lucena by Mois Benarroch
In one of his major works, Lucena, Benarroch goes from time travel to social comment, which brings to mind the hilarious novels of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. An old odd ancient man is reaching the age of 1,000 years and has to pass his legacy to his great great great grandson, and prepares him for a journey that will last a thousand years. His first days begin in the Jewish city of Lucena at the beginning [...]
 
Book: Living and Dying in the Rainbow Light - Volume III of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
Elizabeth Shaw finds herself in a dilemma of great magnitude when she's appointed by Judge J.T. Lockman to represent the most hated man in the rural county where she practices law. Her client is accused of killing a popular legal assistant who worked for the most powerful lawyer in the county, a man who's also about to announce his candidacy for governor of the state. Elizabeth's dream that she [...]
 
Book: Blood Brothers by Jody Zimmerman
A Page Turning Southern Gothic Psychological Thriller The Largest Art Heist in History Thirty-three year old Philip Hampton is an award winning freelance writer and investigative journalist. His younger brother, Billy, an A-list New Yorker, is on the brink of stardom in the international art market. Orphaned as children, the two brothers are the only family either has until Billy is murdered. [...]
 
Book: Brown Scarf Blues by Mois Benarroch
Reeling from the deaths of two loved ones, an Israeli writer travels to Spain his ancestors' homeland for a conference of Sephardic Jews. In Seville, he finds a scarf that comforts him for thirteen days. Then, just as suddenly, it vanishes in Madrid. For the writer, the scarf becomes a symbol of loss: of goodbyes to things and people. He says farewell to the dead, and to all the people he never [...]
 
Book: A Beautiful Bounty - Book One of the Davenport Trilogy by Melissa Lurquette
An Adventurous Twist On An Historical Western Tale of Action and Romance! A Beautiful Bounty: Book One of the Davenport Trilogy Passion is easy. Love is fraught with risk! Shiara Montgomery, young and independent, is convinced that marriage is not for her, despite her father's insistence. With a harsh step-mother, an absent mother, and unconventional ideas, Shiara enjoys her independence and [...]
 
Book: Under Gaslight by Michelle Wareham
It is 1918. The Great War is coming to an end, and Mary is holding hope her husband, Eli, a soldier, is still alive, although he has not written for three months. Worse still, Eli's army pay has vanished, and Mary's family is barely living on the breadline. At home, in a poverty stricken workers' town in the industrial North of England, there is Mary's mother Beatrix, who will never speak his [...]
 
Book: Tree/House by Jessica Knauss
Upon the death of her strange and distant husband, Emma awakens into a world full of possibility. With the help of a vagrant who camps on her property, Emma comes to understand that her life, up to this point, has been little more than a bad dream. Does she have the courage and the strength to move on and create her own life, by her own rules? A fast and fascinating read that will leave you [...]
 
Book: Perfect Score by Susan Roebuck
'Perfect Score' is about the rite of passage of two young men, Alex and Sam, from the opposite side of the tracks. Alex lives in his uncle's mansion, and while money and a stable future have been lined up for him by his powerful and withholding uncle, he wants nothing more than to be a song writer and to live happily ever after with Sam -- a boy he met once when he was in his teens. Sam's life is [...]
 
Book: Soul Of A Soldier - Reflections by Stevenson Benoit
Soul of a Soldier is a journey through the life of Stevenson Benoit. With his collection of poems, you are able to travel with him through the course of life. You experience all of his ups and downs, the good and the bad, the joy and the pain. Written over a course of a several years, you are able to grow and learn with him through each and every poem. A wide array of life's emotions are depicted [...]
 
Book: Frostproof by Neil Ostroff
That scream you hear while reading it's your own! Some friendships are best forgotten. Coping with deep financial difficulties and a failing marriage, Niles Goodman is delighted when a figure from his past, Cody Larson, shows with a map and story of buried riches. Embarking on a two thousand mile trip, the journey quickly escalates into horrifying episodes of violence, greed, and terror. Along [...]
 
Book: Story of The Ghost by Charles Mahoney
Story of The Ghost is a contemporary piece of literature in which an athletic teenage boy -- nicknamed "The Ghost" by an ambitious reporter -- struggles to overcome loneliness and an escaped prisoner's lust for fame as he fields a one-player football team for a Native American school in the Sonoran Desert.
 
Book: Taking the Shot by Melanie S. Hatter
In the heat of the jungle, love can change lives... When freelance photographer Diana Lee Ross is taken hostage by Colombian drug runners, they think her American publisher will pay handsomely for her return. But Diana's freelancing for a nature book, not Newsweek, and her chances of rescue are slim. In the stark conditions of a rebel camp, fear and longing are her closest companions, until she's [...]
 
Book: Coinman - An Untold Conspiracy by Pawan Mishra
Prejudice takes place in a plethora of forms. It sprouts a rare growth when a clerk called Coinman can't stop jingling the coins in his pocket. It's a seemingly harmless addiction, but it's one that comes to rule his life and begins to invite the wrath of virtually everyone around him. His work environment becomes increasingly hostile while his life at home begins to suffer as a result of his [...]
 
Book: In My Corner by Susan O'Brien Fischer
"In My Corner" is a book about the trials and tribulations of motherhood, gardening, and life in general. In a series of newspaper columns written by Susan O'Brien Fischer for the Sedalia Democrat and posts from her care pages, the book details her views on life as she dealt with brain cancer. Although she was only in her late forties, the book is full of wisdom, encouragement, and life [...]
 
Book: September Wind by Kathleen Janz-Anderson
Orphaned at birth in 1940, Emily lives the next eighteen years on her grandfather's farm with four thankless men and an indifferent aunt nearby. When the school board forces Grandfather's hand and allows her to attend school, she experiences a beautiful friendship, and the thrill and pain of an innocent young love. Still, there is an underlying loneliness, and a secret she bears alone. In 1958, [...]
 
Book: When Darkness Falls by Murasaki Hideki
When darkness falls, one man rises up to fan the flames. He is the architect of revolution; his steely grey eyes focused on victory and the domination of his world. Time is running out; his enemies are legion. He faces possible betrayal by members of his own family and stands to lose the one woman he loves to another man. Drake Halifax must find a way to retrieve the Cities from Resistance [...]
 
Book: Miss Sophisticated Bitch by Riiva Williams
Emma Ross was a small time lawyer at Regals and Ports attorneys at law office. No one quite took an interest in her or her life story, until that faithful day when Jerome McKinney Jr. came waltzing back into her life. Jerome McKinney Jr. is a sexy knows it all lawyer following in his father's footsteps but when he reunites with his high school classmate the attraction was instant. When Jerome [...]
 
Book: 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 when [...]
 
Book: Thug-Addict - The Evolution by Raphael Brown
Thug-Addict: The Evolution, is an urban story of Devon Mays. He went from a child to an adult, where he experience the trials of life. He was raise in the Housing projects of Brooklyn, East New York,where he grew up watching the fast-life, and was intrigued by it. He went to jail at a young age for shooting a bully, and goes on a long standing fued with his childhood enemy Deshawn, until [...]
 
Book: A cup of coffee and a good talk by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
This book rescues the pleasure of reading good texts addressing several contemporary subject matters such as friendship, faith, the advantages of getting old, happiness and many others. More than offering solutions and answers, it entices the reader to reflect on its own. So that, relax with your cup of coffee and enjoy the reading.
 
Book: The Color of My Soul by Melanie S Hatter
Kira Franklin, a black newspaper reporter in Southwest Virginia in 1993, begins to question her own culture when she pursues a story on a local Cherokee community raising money to reclaim ancestral lands. The Harper family is part of a long line of Cherokee tribe leaders, and their knowledge and devotion to retaining their history make Kira long for a sense of place, a sense of self. But the [...]
 
Book: The Wampum Exchange by Rosemary McKinley
Long Island author, Rosemary McKinley has written a young adult historical novella, The Wampum Exchange, set in 1650, Southold, New York. A twelve-year-old boy has a chance meeting with a Native American boy and their worlds connect in a most interesting way. The tale is told through their daily lives, giving the reader a glimpse into life in America. Middle grade readers, as well as adults would [...]
 
Book: More of Yesterday's Blossoms by Roger E. Bruner
Roger E. Bruner has been writing seemingly almost since birth. And what a variety of things he's written during his sixty-nine years of life. Although he wants to be known and remembered primarily for his novels--three of them have been published so far--he believes his other writings, most of them written long before he became a novelist, are worthwhile, interesting, and entertaining, each one [...]
 
Book: Scribbler Tales (Volume One) by Mary Ann Bernal
"Scribbler Tales is a unique mix of genres in one anthology rich with tension, humanity and genuine emotion. Unconventional settings and unexpected twists are bound to leave you pondering long after you close this book." In Desperate Measures, Audrey learns of Paul's duplicity when human cloning experiments go awry. Forbidden Lore beckons Arianna and Ethan into a haunted cemetery where they are [...]
 
Book: Fire and Ice by Dianna Bellerose
Nancy was sitting at home trying to sort out her life. Trying to figure out what had gone wrong and what could be done to fix it. The weather was windy and rainy. Summer was almost over. There was something to look forward to, her trip to Hawaii. She was hoping to clear her head there and start finding some solutions. She was sitting at the kitchen table having a cup of freshly brewed coffee. The [...]
 
Book: Peter in Flight by Paul Michael Peters
Peter can tell you how to run a great marketing campaign. He can tell you everything there is to know about successful trade show programs. He can tell you stories about the thousands of people he has met, miles he has flown, hotel rooms he has stayed in, and ways to work the system to your advantage when you travel. But he can't tell the woman he loves how he feels.
 
Book: Butterfly, a Novel by Julie O'Yang
Set against the backdrop of the Second World War/Sino-Japanese war (1931-1945), the story centres around the fatal love between a married Chinese woman and a young Japanese soldier. However, the fantastic tale is not as simple as its plot suggests. In the forties of the 20th century, one summer day, on the bending shore of the magical, eternal river Yangtze, a woman meets a young stranger she [...]
 
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