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Book: The Casebook of Inspector Armstrong - Volume I by Martin Daley
Cornelius Armstrong is a Detective Inspector in Edwardian Carlisle. In the first of these two adventures, Armstrong investigates the brutal murder of a young Italian immigrant on the corner of West Walls and Dean Tait's Lane in November 1903. In doing so, Cornelius uncovers a far wider web of underworld crime. In the second case, the reciting of ghost stories in front of a blazing fire at an [...]
 
Book: Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow by Daniel DuBour
Coming Out and Discovering the Rainbow is about a middle aged woman, never married, who discovers her true self with the help of a gay co-worker and his partner. The book was inspired by the recent laws concerning human rights including the right for sexual preference. The story takes place in Buffalo New York. Linda, the main character lives in a HUD program apartment in Amherst, New York and [...]
 
Book: Cathedral of Dreams by Terry Persun
"Cathedral of Dreams" won the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Finalist Award. In Newcity, everyone is content. Bad feelings are not allowed, because your monitoring chip will alert the police to bring you in for treatment. Getting better is mandatory. Unchecked emotions made the world outside Newcity dangerous, unruly, and violent. At least that's the official story in Newcity. Keith knows [...]
 
Book: The Mark of the Holy Sword by Thomas A. Rice
Two infants are found on the steps of the Cathedral Abbey in the Dukedom of Ravendune. The Priests discover that these two bear a sacred birthmark known as "The Mark of the Holy Sword." They bring the orphans to the Duke of Ravendune and ask that he raise them as his own. The Duke, having no heirs of his own agrees to this and so the wheel is set in motion. It is now eighteen years later. Eric & [...]
 
Book: Rabbletown - Life in These United Christian States of Holy America by Randy Attwood
The year is 2084. The place is Topeka, Kansas. The Church of the Evangels run the country through the Pastor President, pastor governors and pastor legislators. They rule with a Bible in each fist. This future history presents a view of what life would be like under the control of right wing evangelical Christians. Work on the new state cathedral in Topeka provides the economic stimulus for that [...]
 
Book: The First Twenty Steps by Michael D. Smith
An ex-convict finds himself mixed up in a motorcycle gang's plan to heist a hyperspatial supercomputer. Just released from six years in prison and unsure how to meet basic needs, Harry finds a kindred spirit in Roberta, in thrall to a depraved motorcycle gang. The two decide to infiltrate Harry into the gang so that he can eventually free her from it. But Alexander, the passive-aggressive leader [...]
 
Book: L'Immortalite - Madame Lalaurie and the Voodoo Queen by T.R. Heinan
Set in the antebellum Creole community surrounding New Orleans' St. Louis Cathedral, L'IMMORTALITE offers a fine gumbo of horror and history, comedic characters and conflicted spirituality, and serves it up Cajun style in the attic of New Orleans' most haunted house. A reclusive lay sacristan shares the quest for immortality with a runaway slave, a sadistic socialite, and a mad scientist. Voodoo [...]
 
Book: Hell and the Hunger by Mike Reynolds
"When a vampire loses his love of the hunt he is left with nothing but his hunger That is precisely where Joe finds himself at the beginning of Hell and the Hunger. He simply doesn't want to be alive any longer but it hurts too much not to feed. Spiraling slowly into a deep pit of melancholy, the once proud hunter has been reduced to combing bars for drunken women to feed on. Then he finds her. [...]
 
Book: Garethée the Younger - & Loopy Loup (Cappuccino Fiction Book 9) by B Pepinesq
Our story begins in Paris musing over 'travelwaits' then arriving in London outside the famous St Pauls Cathedral we sit on the dusty steps and hear the story of Garethee the Younger and her mongrel companion old Loopy Loup. "One evening Garethee the Younger who at 93 suddenly leaves the 'Blue tinted Rose, Home of Genteel Repose' to go and see the sea. Much later her faithful mongrel Old Loopy [...]
 
Book: Women of the Way - Embracing the Camino by Jane V. Blanchard
What do you like most when reading about adventures: descriptions about the terrain, the culture, the challenges, the personal growth, the interactions between other adventurers? Women of the Way: Embracing the Camino successfully combines all these elements in a heartfelt and personal recounting of Jane V. Blanchard's 2011 five-hundred mile pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago hiking from [...]
 
Book: The Camino Ingles - 6 days (or less) to Santiago by Susan Jagannath
Updated with the 2017 route changes This book makes it possible for you to have an authentic doable adventure! Praise for The Camino Ingles: 6 days to Santiago El Superlativo! - "The most authoritative, short book on the Camino Ingles I've ever come across! Laid out the journey in easy-to-understand steps. Took what could be an overwhelming 140 kilometer trek and made it manageable " - Don [...]
 
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