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Book: Czech Mate by Tom William Immins
The quiet village of Glidon awoke one morning to the shock of a double murder. Two seemingly unrelated deaths. The only witness was a Czech au-pair, who was convinced that she was the intended target. She befriends Sam Lucas who agrees to help her. Before Sam can do any real good, the girl disappears. This takes him on a journey to Prague and France to find the girl and uncover the identity of [...]
 
Book: BEX, DRUGS & ROCK 'n' ROLL by Cristian Matheson
A former child star's comedic, psychedelic, rock and roll, coming of age story. If you love Charles Bukowski, David Sedaris and John Birmingham, you'll love this. It's a batch of dysfunctional, zany yet poignant tales. Inside you'll meet characters like Balloon-Head Ed, the sociopathic neighbor, the startled prostitutes, Trixie and Destiny, a transsexual terrier, an angry and drunken town, a [...]
 
Book: Gateway To Death by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
The world we live in is riddled with drugs. Take this journey with one mother who found out by text message that her daughter was using heroin. Go through the process that most parents go through while their child fights addiction. Behavioral cues that parents can be aware of and help them stop before it starts. This book will give you insight into the drugs that are reaching everyone today.
 
Book: Sex, Drugs & Islam - Autobiography of an X Fighter Pilot by Dari Ghaznavi
Sex, Drugs & Islam "April Fools Day 2006 was an awesome day until around mid-night. Then an event occurred that shattered my life forever. The higher you go, the harder you fall. Life was simply too good; it was unreal, a fairytale life like Princess Diana. Something had to give. The Princess is dead and this Prince was about to be shot" Laced with cynicism, profanities and humor, this hardcore, [...]
 
Book: Party, Sex & Drugs by Nesa Kovacs
Bravo! Finally, a book written by a teen for teens. The narrative voice is simply fantastic! It's simple and easy to read. Nesa Kovacs, Hollywood's most sought after teen-socialite and teen celebrity has written a "steamy" yet direct in-your-face practical guide directed at teenagers which gives it a very accessible and informal tone. The author speaks to teens and young readers in such a candid [...]
 
Book: Educated Injun by R.L. Kiser
Not your ordinary western. In the late 1800s old American west an orphaned Indian boy is raised and educated by a powerful federal judge. With a law degree from Harvard, a U.S. Marshal's badge, a clever mind (and a few of the Judge's cigars from a locked humidor) he is tasked to slip covertly into the lawless west to uncover illegal cattle drug doings. On the way he picks up a former Calvary [...]
 
Book: HIS-Panic 2 - Exit the Boogie Down by Eddie H. Cisneros
In 1991, Jerome Avenue in the Bronx belonged to Antonio Pintero and his Foo Crew. Going from peddling nickel and dime bags to pushing drugs and money across town in packed back packs made them the talk of the neighborhood. Antonio, was only fifteen. But some things in life are often short lived. Antonio slowly starts to unravel as he's faced with the pressure of his step-father's sudden shady [...]
 
Book: Life Goes On by Linda Nance
LIFE GOES ON The Family of five found themselves in crisis as they were evicted from their apartment after the father lost his job. With great trepidation they accepted help from a relative that offered them a place to live and new start in life. They had no choices except seeing their family homeless in a rough part of the city. It was not an easy adjustment for any of them as they experienced [...]
 
Book: Thirteen West by Jane Toombs
Ever been inside a state psychiatric hospital? That's an experience Sarah Goodrow Fenz had hoped never to repeat. Years ago, as a young woman, she'd been a student nurse taking her psychiatric affiliation at the state hospital. Now, matured and affluent enough, with an adult daughter by her side, Sarah is suddenly compelled to pick up a drunken derelict off the streets of San Diego and take him [...]
 
Book: Respot the Pin by Timothy Sawyer
The notorious Nikitin drug cartel has ruined the lives of many people, and has left a trail of death in its wake. Jan 'Jesse' Schild is one of these people. When his wife and young daughter are killed in an explosion of one of Nikitin's drug labs, his life is turned upside down. In the process of rebuilding his life, he is attracted to another young woman whose life is also threatened by Nikitin. [...]
 
Book: One Small Victory by Maryann Miller
Life can change in just an instant. That's the harsh reality that Jenny Jasik faces when her son is killed in an automobile accident, but never in her wildest dreams did she ever expect to be working undercover as a member of a drug task force. She is, after all, just a mom. But don't discount what a mom can do when the safety of her children is at stake. This book was inspired by a true story of [...]
 
Book: Honey Bandits by J. Thomas
In Honey Bandits, the author takes you through the heart wrenching and tragic events of his life as he struggles to please everyone around him. Despair and heartbreak plague him as the woman he thought he would love forever turns into the cruelest hate machine he could imagine, and his best friend throughout his whole life betrays him. The author finds solace in his son, who never fails to cheer [...]
 
Book: Jack Hanger by James Fouche
Dave Matters worked as a drug dealer for the notorious Wallace Brothers. After being imprisoned, he reluctantly agreed to aid the police in locating a rising criminal mastermind named Joe Taxi. But a botched drug deal left him scarred for life, suffering from a randomly selective memory-loss and obsessive compulsive disorder. Now, two years later, Dave leads a mundane life, socially impaired and [...]
 
Book: Delsey Prodigal by Sue Lloyd
Do you like compelling accounts of life with realistic characters? Do you seek out characters who will draw you in and take you on their journey while challenging you along the way? Read Sue Lloyd's debut novel Delsey Prodigal; a poignant story which has been awarded a very worthy 5-star review by Readers' Favourite. Be transported into Tom Bardsley's world and share his highs, lows, laughter and [...]
 
Book: The Check Out by Richard Lester
Failing grocery store manager Larry Prescott just wants a quickie. With a frigid wife waiting at home, Larry decides to have some extramarital fun with an employee named Maxine Watkins. Though he has no way of knowing it, Larry is sowing the seeds for a crime spree that will be dubbed "The MegaSaver Massacre. " The Check Out is a satirical thriller that will appeal to fans of Carl Hiaasen and [...]
 
Book: No Angel by Joseph Alexander
This is my first novel (novella) and has taken me a number of years to complete. At times, it has been a torturous and agonising process but, even at the darkest times, something always drove me on. There have also been moments of genuine joy and self-discovery. Although the book is not autobiographical, the kinds of personal struggle explored very much reflect my own. he title 'No Angel' was [...]
 
Book: My Sister and I - We are Survivors by J. Jackson Owensby
At the age of 4, Deena became the unwilling target of a sexually perverted step-father and his two equally twisted sons. At an age when children had only began to play with toys, Cliff Deena's step-father made her is personal sex toy, threatening to leave the destitute family Deena told anyone. At the same time, Deena's sister Starla, at the age of 5, also became the victim of Cliff's two [...]
 
Book: Letting Evil In by Ellie Eden
When Michael goes on a photographic assignment to Brazil and fails to return, Kristi and her son fly to Rio de Janeiro, desperate to find him. Instead she finds that during the cold New Jersey winter, her husband has spent his time in steamy chat rooms with Nara, a young woman desperate for attention and involved in the Rio drug world. As she searches for Michael in exotic but crime-ridden Rio, [...]
 
Book: Framer by Ben Abix
Under a sunny southern California sky, Colt envisioned himself representing the most prestigious athletes in the world, making a handsome income, and living out the rest of his days in his own self-made paradise. While attending a major university with his best friend Alden, those plans of becoming a sports agent suddenly became tested in a very real way. With only a year out from graduating, [...]
 
Book: A Dundee Detective by David Aitken
Scott Learmont was recruited by British Intelligence while a postgraduate student of Mandarin Chinese and Classical Arabic, 'two of the world's most impenetrable languages.' In the course of his career he has saved the life of the chief executive of Hong Kong, foiled an assassination attempt on a British Prime Minister and dined with an American President. Now Learmont has returned to his native [...]
 
Book: The Mess of Me by Chantelle Atkins
Lou Carling is 16 and obsessed with getting thinner. Joe is her best friend, and last night they found something they shouldn't have in Joe's older brothers wardrobe. Travis and Leon are shady figures, leading shadier lives, and during one summer Lou and Joe find themselves pulled into the drama, the confusion and the violence. Will Joe go to any lengths to impress his older brothers? Will Lou's [...]
 
Book: Cruel Intentions by Riiva Williams
Brie O'Hara is at college and not just any college but Yale University! Quickly it became all about boys, parties, sororities and cracking the books. Well that's what college should be about! First day on the campus and she already meets a sexy sophomore named Richard Barnes whom she quickly sets her eyes on but Richard just so happens to be her new roommate Shawna's, boyfriend. Brie has created [...]
 
Book: 1000 Miles from Nowhere by Glenn Spillman
If life seems to have taken you over, and you think that there is no where to turn, and that you are a thousand miles from nowhere, this book is going to take you through a vast aray of reality checks and hope. It may seem like there is no hope for you, or a loved one, but the fight isnt over, and it never is until our last breath of life. This book will help you realize that there is hope, and [...]
 
Book: Sugar Man's Daughter by Lucy Crowe
Nicola Thomas writes letters to her dead father. She makes her living putting out fires, and she makes her home in the house-that heroin-bought on a green Jell-O lake in central Illinois. The wind over the water cries like a little child, and all the votive candles in Saint Michael's can't push back the night; Nicola's father remains as brilliant and violent in death as he was in life. Running [...]
 
Book: Memoirs of a Brooklyn Chic by Susan A. Mela
Memoirs of a Brooklyn Chic" is a raw, yet honest account of my life growing up in Brooklyn NY during the 60's and 70's in search of myself, as a troubled young girl, teenager and young adult. My encounters with drugs, my turbulent relationship with my mother, my friends, my enemies, my trials and tribulations and everything in between. "Brooklyn Chic" travels in time through the '80s and then [...]
 
Book: Exciting, Isn't It? (Counterstroke) by David O'Neil
Counterstroke, Book One - John Murray is a 49 year old widower, an ex-Police, ex-MI6, ex management consultant, ready to make a new start. Having sold-up everything he sets out on a lazy journey by barge through the waterways of France to collect his yacht at a yard in Grasse. En route he will decide what to do with the rest of his life - He picks up a female hitch-hiker Gabrielle, a frustrated [...]
 
Book: The Avenue by James Lawless
The Provenance of The Avenue (from a letter to Gabriel Byrne) My family moved from the Liberties to the suburbs of Walkinstown when I was six so The Avenue is in a way a chronological continuation of Perceiving Oranges and represents my response to the myth of suburbia as a panacea for the ills of society. The story hangs essentially as a picture of suburban degeneration. My family like a lot of [...]
 
Book: Demon Whispers by Phillip Cook
Some drugs control your demons. Others unleash pure evil upon the world Ava Perdu never lets emotion get in the way of her job. But when the French spy's latest mission indirectly leads to her daughter's suicide, her quest to obtain an incredible device turns into one for vengeance As she hunts down the truth, Ava learns of a link between a trial drug and demonic manipulation. She scoffs at the [...]
 
Book: The Good, The Bad and The Murderous by Chester D. Campbell
Medicare fraud, drug trafficking, a hired killer, a crooked cop, it's a nightmare scenario PI Sid Chance finds himself in when he takes a tough assignment-prove a young man just out of prison for murder when he was twelve did not commit a new homicide. Everything is thrown upside down when Jaz LeMieux, the wealthy ex-cop working with him on the case, finds herself accused of a despicable crime, [...]
 
Book: Just One Year by Colette Smith
Three young women move into a house together. Ronnie wants to become independent; she doesn't always see herself as others see her, and sharing her room with her stroppy little sister Rosie is doing her head in. She's a secretary in a large Advertising Company; not very exciting but Ronnie doesn't value herself. especially as she gets to know her housemates Anna and Clara, both in professional [...]
 
Book: Some People Deserve To Die by Colin Knight
On April 20, 2017, Ledell Lee, an African-American man in Arkansas, was executed for the 1993 murder of his neighbor, Debra Reesed despite maintaining his innocence until the last moment. On Tuesday, August 22, 2017, at 6 pm Marcellus Williams should, according to the law, have drawn his last breath as a cocktail of lethal chemicals entered his body and terminated his life. Sentenced to death for [...]
 
Book: Overseas Chronicle by Joel Savage
Overseas Chronicle: The Rome and Amsterdam Experience is another suspenseful, thrilling epic tale of Joel Savage's books inspired by true events. As an illegal immigrant in Europe, before documented, he narrates how he survived the hostile harsh conditions and mafia gangs of Rome, Italy, by sleeping at rough places including the central train station and the notorious pantanella, an ex-Pasta [...]
 
Book: Life Rocks On by Laura Pinto
***Mature Content*** Three men. Two women. New York City in the Sixties was a place and time when rock music ruled the airwaves and the souls of teenagers forging rebellious paths diverging from those of their conformist parents. Inside of a decade, life in the civilized world had undergone a paradigm shift, evolving from a single-course meal into a veritable buffet ... and the choices were [...]
 
Book: Take Me Tomorrow by Shannon A. Thompson
Two years after the massacre, the State enforces stricter rules and harsher punishments on anyone rumored to support tomo - the clairvoyant drug that caused a regional uprising. But sixteen-year-old Sophia Gray has other problems. Between her father's illegal forgery and her friend's troubling history, the last thing Sophia needs is an unexpected encounter with a boy. He's wild, determined, and [...]
 
Book: The Stone Picker by Chris Leandro
The Stone Picker - a novel by Chris Leandro If your heart misses a beat and there's a roaring in your ear at the mere sound of spring rain it's quite likely you're a stone picker too. Pen is an English artist leading a bohemian life in the south west of France. Amateur archaeologist he discovers a passion as he is unexpectedly drawn into the restricted world of collecting local prehistoric [...]
 
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