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Book: Broken Dove (D I Treloar Book 2) by LA Kent
It's May Day, a day celebrated since pagan times to welcome in the summer. In the wild countryside of west Cornwall, it is also the famed annual Treloar family party, being hosted for the first time by DI Felipe Treloar at Lost Farm Barn. The Treloar clan, friends and colleagues from the major crime team will all be there. But a ghost from summers past is also coming, and unbeknownst to all, [...]
 
Book: Sandra-Model - An American Romance by William Legeune
Sandra-Model follows the exploits of a twelve-year-old, non-nude internet model, based in Los Angeles. It is a story of ambition, money, and sex in the context of familial and peer-group relationships. It investigates the world of preteen modeling web sites in an edgy, objective, and dry manner. Its primary subject is adolescent girls and their search for friendship and acceptance.
 
Book: Destinies of the Rich & Famous - The Secret Numbers of Extraordinary Lives by Richard Andrew King
WHY are rich and famous people rich and famous? Is it luck? Hard work? Advantage by family name? Why is Oprah Winfrey a billionaire entrepreneur? What gives Sarah Palin her Going Rogue persona? What caused Marilyn Monroe to be a sex goddess? What caused Princess Diana's tragic life and death? Why was Michael Jackson plagued by child issues? Why was Howard Hughes a disturbed, rich recluse? [...]
 
Book: Flying Radio Controlled Helicopters In Just a Few Easy Steps by Dave Carroll
A quick beginners guide to teach you how to fly a remote control helicopter with some illustrated guides and many hints and tips to quick and successful flying. Will save the agony and expense of loads of repairs and crashes and explains the intricacies of trimming the model. This guide is aimed at mode 2 set ups but also exlpains the controls for mode 1 users too! This covers the learning [...]
 
Book: The Age of the Female II - Heroines of the Shift by Richard Andrew King
The Age of the Female II: Heroines of the Shift continues the remarkable journey of the female's ascent in the modern world of the 2nd Millennium. This installment is a general read in five chapters honoring the accomplishments of women in categories of female firsts, female Nobel laureates, female athletes, female icons and female quotations. This is an exciting read for everyone, especially [...]
 
Book: The Death of Death by K. N. Parker
PRAISE FOR "THE DEATH OF DEATH": "... Amusing, raw, and poignant in perfect balance. A gem of a tale about facing death: wise, wry, and moving." -- Kirkus Review "A sad, yet heartwarming tale of a young girl and her death guide, and the story they share. An interesting tale that will leave you wondering about what happens when we die. I really enjoyed the idea behind this book as it is a question [...]
 
Book: Death of the Body (Crossing Death) by Rick Chiantaretto
I grew up in a world of magic. By the time I was ten I understood nature, talked to the trees, and listened to the wind. When the kingdom of men conquered my town, I was murdered by one of my own the betrayer of my kind. But I didn't stay dead. I woke to find myself in a strange new world called Los Angeles. The only keys to the life I remembered were my father's ring, my unique abilities, and [...]
 
Book: Going To The Light At Death - The New Theories (The Heavy Stuff Book 3) by H.R. Phillips
Esoteric writer H. R. Phillips brings to readers the first book made up exclusively of posts from his blog The Heavy Stuff. This book focuses on one of Phillips' most original ideas about two new ways of thinking about what the LIGHT is - which is being seen and recalled by patients who have near death experiences. BOTH ideas are compelling and strike at the very heart of human consciousness and [...]
 
Book: Into the Light Boldly . . . an odyssey of self-discovery by Val Edward Simone
What happens after the lights finally go out? Where do we go when the life force leaves the body? What lies on the "other side" of this thing we call mortal life? How should one live one's life while preparing to die? These are just some of man's perennial questions. With a careful look at the beliefs and projections of many cultures, Val Edward Simone has crafted a beautifully written [...]
 
Book: Mountain of Death (Death Series) by L W Smith
Ten years on the inside can change a man. It changed Jack Hardy, it made him meaner. He knew his first step outside the gates would be the hardest, what he didn't count on was coming up against someone from his past who brings mean to a whole new level. Everybody enjoys a big payday, none more than Hardy. They called him Hardman in Sydney's Kings Cross and not just for his disposition. You have [...]
 
Book: Cappuccino Heaven - A Life After Death by Michelle Wright
27.7.2012.This is a revised edition of Lost based on the invaluable feedback I have received from my readers in the last couple of months ... As Elizabeth waits patiently in the afterlife for the loving reunion with her husband Mike the dream becomes a nightmare when upon death he goes straight to the dark lower levels manipulated by evil entities. They delight in taking him further away from the [...]
 
Book: Diary of my life after death by John Debell
After death is when you really come alive and everything finally makes sense. Without a body, nervous system or brain to cloud your judgement, and no material diversions to create illusions and delusions, all your hangups, worries and fears disappear. You finally come to understand the true meaning of your existence. Still more rewarding is that you're reunited with all the people you love. You [...]
 
Book: Out of the Darkness by Rachel de Vine
Marianne Delaney isn't really aware how beautiful she is, or how she could drive men wild, despite being one of the world's most sought after models. Drawn by the pull of a submissive relationship, Marianne receives a poor introduction to the lifestyle at the hands of a man who cares nothing for her. Looking for so much more than just a new start, Marianne heads to New York. It's there where she [...]
 
Book: Immortality, Death and the Hereafter - Exposing Mankind's Most Enduring Deception About the Soul by Shefflorn Ballantyne
Have you ever wondered where you will go when you die? Do you dream of the possibility of immortality? Have you ever wondered about stories of visits from departed loved ones? About life after death, demons and angels? Do you wonder what the bible says about mediums and those who claim to have special abilities to communicate with the dead? Will sinners be burning for eternity? Or will they be [...]
 
Book: Killer Art - Florida's Death Row Artists by Chris Dahl
Book 3 in the Death Row Stories Series is a unique one: art created by murderers on Death Row. They collect scraps of cardboard, left-over paper; they barter with smugglers for good pens, decent paints and colored pencils. They hide their art supplies away when word of a shake-down hits Death Row. And they produce some fascinating art. Aside from the standard greeting card stuff and half-naked [...]
 
Book: Life After Death by Maxwell Kobina Acquah
LIFE AFTER DEATH - (WHERE WOULD YOU BE IF YOU DIE TODAY?) This book is not an ordinary story book. It is a Revelation book which tells an encounter with JESUS CHRIST. Many people believe in life after death. In fact, most people not only believe in a heaven, but also feel sure that they are going there after death. However, very few people believe in a hell, statistically speaking. Moreover, it [...]
 
Book: Free To Grieve - A Mother's Memoir In Black and White by Teleah Scott-Williams
Free To Grieve - A Mother's Memoir In Black and White is a powerful and compelling narrative about a mother whose life begins to quickly unravel when her 16 year old son, a high school football player, is found lifeless in his bed. Her son had died without warning. After a harrowing plunge into the depths of despair and grief, she resurfaces with a greater sense of purpose to help spread [...]
 
Book: The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn by Bill Morgenstein
My dream then was to play baseball for the New York Yankees. I was on the Stuyvesant baseball team, but because of my working hours, my playing time was limited. My first dream to become a corporate president by the time I was 35 years of age was fulfilled. Experience the ups and downs of a life well lived in Bill Morgenstein's compelling new memoir, The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn. While [...]
 
Book: Lifting the Veils of Death by Joan Adamak
This metaphysical book offers new insights into the peaceful and spiritual process of dying with information on the phases that a soul passes through while making this transition plus personal experiences of caregivers and survivors of the deceased. Life and death are a metamorphosis of the Soul that can be likened to the life cycles of the butterfly. There is in most human experiences certainly [...]
 
Book: Angel of Death (Thomas Lord of Death) by K.W. McCabe
Thomas has been Lord Death for 2,000 years running - and he's slowly losing what sanity he has left. The honor he once had that prevented him from utilizing the Choice to find a successor - has slipped away with time. Weary of his position and close to the edge, he searches for a pure soul to take his place. Unfortunately, pure souls are hard to find - and his time is running out. Will Thomas [...]
 
Book: The Virgin Widow by Andrea S. Gould, Ph.D.
About The Virgin Widow: The Virgin Widow is a memoir-- a self-help/personal growth book for individuals who have recently lost a partner, written for those who are aware that lifelong partnership is never guaranteed. When the reality of partner loss is thrust upon us, we are most often unprepared. The grief that accompanies the loss is typically overwhelming, as painful as picking one's way [...]
 
Book: Handwriting of the Famous and Infamous by Sheila Lowe
Handwriting communicates much more than what is committed to paper. A quick note, a carefully composed letter, an autograph or a scribble also reveals a great deal about the personality of the writer. What are the clues to look for in a person's writing and what do they reveal? What do they tell experts that the writer might prefer to keep hidden? Join expert graphologist Sheila Lowe for an [...]
 
Book: The Mathematics of Sorrow - A Heart-Based Model That Turns Sorrow Into A Gift by Gary K Smith, MBA
Do you suffer from depression or treat people who are suffering from depression? Are you frustrated by standard depression treatment protocols and the tendency to heal sorrow and depression with pharmaceuticals? The Mathematics of Sorrow: Heart-Based Healing That Turns Sorrow Into a Gift offers an alternative for individuals suffering from depression and sorrow as well as for healers and [...]
 
Book: Heir to Death's Folly by Stuart Aken
Julie is controlled by Kasim, a fiance desperate for her to inherit Aunt Agatha's great wealth. Hustled into paying the old woman a visit, she learns that the folly, a tower looming over the grounds of the old manor house, holds a treasure chest. She and Kasim, tricked into searching for these riches, enter the folly and soon discover there's more to Aunt Agatha than they could possibly have [...]
 
Book: Stalking Silk (June Kato Intrigue) by Kay Hadashi
Over-worked surgeon June Kato is at the limit of her patience, even on the best of days. When odd text messages turn into phone calls, which eventually become anonymous gifts, she has an idea of who they might be from. Talking to an old police friend brings no comfort, and even a private investigator isn't much help. Taking matters in her own hands, she goes on the defensive when the serial [...]
 
Book: True Stories of Messages from Beyond by Julie Aydlott
What happens when we die? Will we ever see our loved ones again? Are they really OK? Age-old questions that just about every one asks. True Stories of Messages From Beyond tells 14 different personal stories of the bond we all share with those we love a bond never broken, not even by death. Each story was written by an ordinary person living an ordinary life, who was touched, changed, comforted, [...]
 
Book: Sustainable Community - Learning from the Cohousing Model by Graham Meltzer
Sustainable Community: Learning from the Cohousing Model is an in-depth review and analysis of the cohousing phenomenon currently sweeping North America. Cohousing projects are purpose built housing developments for communities of up to 40 or 50 households. They combine entirely self-contained dwellings with a range of shared community facilities such as kitchen/dining room, social space, [...]
 
Book: Cash Money From Crowdfunding by Dwayne Anderson
Discover How Crowd Funding Can Increase Your - Chances Of Getting Funding And Turn Your Dreams - Into A Reality! If you are thinking about starting a business but don't have the capital, you might be wondering about how to put something together. In the past years, there has been a great rise and interest in collaboration. Thanks to the internet and its ability to reach many people in the least [...]
 
Book: Sing The Blues - Carnal Desires Meets Death (Symphonie De Mort) by Tina Collins
The second book in the trilogy, Symphonie De Mort, soon to be published. Game Play is the first. Sing The Blues Sing The Blues is a short story anthology of seven creepy Dark Erotic tales. The Breeders - A breeding program that occurs on this planet run by an alien species. Could escape be possible for both master and slave? Target Practice - Serena describes herself as 'a kind of Black Widow', [...]
 
Book: The Wander - Tricked Death by Carl Abrams
What would you do if you were given a chance to live your life from a fresh start? A similar thing happens to one old man named Masaji Rizako. He dares to put an end to his life and gets surprised when... When he wakes up once again... He wakes up in his bed hearing that painful and hated signal of an alarm clock. Everything around looks more than real - his room, the weather outside, his mother [...]
 
Book: Sex and Death in the American Novel by Sarah Martinez
Vivianna Post is the family anomaly. Daughter of a Pulitzer Prize winner and an academic, she has never quite fit her parents' expectations as a free-spirited erotica writer. When Vivianna encounters the award-winning author Jasper Caldwell at a nightclub, all she wants is to blame him for blowing off her brother at a writers' conference the year before and possibly causing his suicide. But as [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Edge of Light by Daniel DuBour
What happens now? This book is about the characters from the Edge of Light who had passed on and where guided by an angel to the Edge of Light. Their stories end by a giant hand picking them up and taking them to the light. This is a sequel of these same characters as they enter into the light. Though some of the story came to me in a dream, the stories themselves are fictional. Just about [...]
 
Book: A Minute of Forever by Val Edward Simone
After a teen girl, Ashley Brown, miraculously survives a horrific car accident in which her best friend is killed, she is rescued by a mysterious firefighter who urges her to begin living her life anew and in gratitude for having escaped the tragedy. During her recovery, she keeps hearing the phrase, "forever doesn't last forever," over and over, as she struggles with survivor's guilt. Resuming [...]
 
Book: Disguised Blessings - One woman's inspiring story of transformation and a model for reclaiming YOUR life. by Chara Davis
You actually can have a happy past... and you can start any time. Chara Davis learned that the hard way after years of feeling victimized. But learn it she did and she shares her story, her revelations, and her truth in hopes of inspiring others going through their own toughest of times. What Chara tells holding nothing back is the story of her life. For a number of reasons it was not an easy [...]
 
Book: Death Island by Mark Juneski
Death Island is about a project for justice. It is 2029 and a new form of death penalty has been built, and it may very well be the worst. It is Death Island, operated by specialists, a veritable prison inhabited by dinosaurs, where criminals who are the worst of the worst are sent. If any one refuses to condemn themselves via truth serum, then they are sent to spend the rest of their doomed [...]
 
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