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17. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Courage to Surrender by John W.

The Courage to Surrender Short Synopsis Unlike the memoir of a famous person, my story lives with the millions of baby boomers who passed me a joint and a beer in college and again at the corporate picnic. My memoir could be an outline for the lives of millions baby boomers who came together as a generation of change. Before the Woodstock weekend in 1969, I graduated from college and [...]


16. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Out of darkness (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.

FROM A FIVE STAR REVIEW: A MUST READ BOOK Out of Darkness is a medical novel by Lawrence W Gold. MD. It is as wonderful as his other books. This book is very realistic and the characters are well-developed. The plot is well-developed and is constantly changing. I could not put this novel down. Out of Darkness deals with the abhorrent problem of human trafficking, the fastest growing [...]


16. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Search for Fire (Guardian Witch Legacy Book 2) by Ally Shields

The Guardian Witch Legacy trilogy, a sequel 3-book arc to the 7-book Guardian Witch series, centers around Rayne, the child of Guardian witch Arianna and her warlock vampire husband Andreas. Rayne was born with a tattoo-like star birthmark that designates her as the Chosen of the mysterious, world-in-peril Esielen Prophecy. In book #1, Embers of Fire, Rayne is only five, and the story centers [...]


16. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Genesis Déjà vu – The New Eden by Dexter James

This novel is a sequel to 'Genesis Déjà vu – The Beginning' and continues the story of the few survivors of a natural disaster and the difficulties encountered in a world that was void of air-breathing creatures. Not least of which is the drama and heart-wrenching, turmoil of the two surviving, breeding, couples and the birth of two new babies. The survivors consist of a few seamen who [...]


16. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Of Ghosts and Aliens by Dexter James

Albert is a man of routine, an accountant and a confirmed bachelor not swayed by opinions, theories or the unexplained, until, that is, he moved to a house in a remote part of Norfolk, England. There, his life was turned upside down as strange occurrences began to affect his daily routine. People, some famous, some not so widely known from both the past and present are brought into Albert's [...]


16. Dec 2018
★★★★★

You Owe Me One by Kathryn Hollingworth

This is a story about two young men, Joe Durrant and Charles Sauvage, who live more than a century apart. Joe resides in present day Florida and Charles lived in 19th century Louisiana, Paris and Florida. They are both being pursued by the Devil, who they encountered during unfortunate circumstances, and involved in a fight to save their souls and to find love and happiness.This is a story about [...]


16. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Spooky Stories by Kathryn Hollingworth

This book is a collection of short stories. Some of them are paranormal in nature and others have a criminal or supernatural element to them. Readers of this book had told me that they enjoyed the stories, as they are all very different. This book is suitable for adult and young people from teenage upwards. I wrote these stories and entered them for short story competitions. Many of them [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Dishonourable Lord (A Sweet Regency Romance) by Margaret Manners

In Regency society, nothing could be worse for a family than having a perennially unmarried daughter. It was Charlotte's third and last Season! No husband in sight! In danger of being thought of as 'on the shelf', Charlotte Munro finds herself facing the daunting prospect of landing a husband. With her younger sister having married the year before, it's a very real danger. Charlotte sets [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Champion Your Career - Winning in the World of Work by Halimah Bellows

A comprehensive career development guide for the 21st century, Champion Your Career - Winning in the World of Work effectively addresses the needs of a new generation of career seekers in a rapidly changing marketplace and economy. Designed as a self-paced career development workshop in book format, it provides powerful self-assessment tools for exploring personal values, passions, strengths and [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Give the Lady a Ride - Circle Bar Ranch Series by Linda W. Yezak

When Patricia Talbert discovers her uncle Jake McAllister willed the Circle Bar Ranch to her, her first reaction is "Sell it!" Deeply entrenched in the New York political scene, the last thing on her mind is owning a ranch and falling for its foreman -- a bull rider, of all things! Talon Carlson has worked the Circle Bar Ranch with his surrogate father, Jake, for over fifteen years. Since Jake [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Final Ride - Circle Bar Ranch Series by Linda W. Yezak

Just as things settle down enough for Patricia Talbert to take time to discover what her new "normal" looks like, in blows her aunt Adele Cameron, and the idea of "normal"gets sucked away–from everyone on the Circle Bar Ranch. While Patricia counters Adele's not-so-subtle tricks to coax her back to Manhattan, the love of her life, Talon Carlson battles his desire to climb on the back of a [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

A Lot of Fuss About a Duck by Elise Lowe

"A Lot Fuss About a Duck" is Elise Lowe's debut novel. The author has always been intrigued by the dynamics of close female friendships. Like the characters in her book, the group of friends she met at school have stuck together through all the drama that adult life entails, even though sometimes the friendships have come under strain. The book took eight years to complete. Elise wrote the [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Paddy and his Disappearing Daddy - A charming story designed to help children understand why parents go to work by Elise Lowe

Elise Lowe wrote this story for her own little boy. From a very young age, he'd become extremely upset whenever his father left the house to go to work. Elise realised that "Daddy's going to work" made little sense to him, so she tried to find a way to demystify the concept of earning a living. From here, she created the story of Paddy and his "disappearing daddy". After completing the story, [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Bow of Hart Saga - Complete Series Books 1-3 by P. H. Solomon

Haunted by his past. Hunted in the present. Uncertain what is real. This unique epic fantasy will keep you turning pages as Athson discovers his destiny is both inconvenient and unavoidable. Athson has seen things that aren't there and suffered fits since being tragically orphaned as a child at the hands of trolls and Corgren the mage who serves Magdronu the dragon. When a strange will [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Chinatown Murders - Catrina Flaherty Mysteries book 3 by Pendelton C. Wallace

WARNING: This book contains explicit sexual violence. Based on a true story. This book is particularly appropriate in consideration of the revelation of sexual abuse in the entertainment industry and politics today. Catrina is a member of the #MeToo movement. Catrina is faced with her most difficult case. Some one is raping women in Seattle's Chinatown. They can't go to the police because [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Stranger in a Strange World - A poignant, tragic, and often amusing look into the life of a physician with Asperger's. (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.

Aspergers, unfortunately, has too often been caricatured in movies and on TV. This disappoints me and those with the syndrome. The best way to learn about Aspergers without having the syndrome, is to try to write about it. I learned much and incorporated it into the novel. This novel is tragic, humorous, and inspirational, and, I hope, a good read. An automobile accident shatters the [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Art of Hard Conversations - Biblical Tools for the Tough Talks That Matter by Lori Stanley Roeleveld

Your next conversation could impact someone's life forever This statement paralyzes some of us and causes others to bumble into conversations with great intentions, but disastrous results. Some of us are turtles, others hawks, but sometimes, we all have to open our mouths and let words come out. I wrote this book to demonstrate that even someone as afraid of speaking up as me can learn to [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

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 [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Hammered, Nailed and Screwed (A Designer Mystery Book 1) by Kathleen Hering

HAMMERED, NAILED AND SCREWED by Kathleen Hering Interior designer Laura Howard knows for certain that her husband is deceased. And -- if she had any doubt -- she could remind herself of his demise by simply glancing at the fireplace mantel where an urn with his ashes rests. So, why is she receiving messages from him on the answering machine at her home? It's a haunting question. And, the [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Ripped, Stripped and Flipped (A Designer Mystery Book 2) by Kathleen Hering

Many people have spotted a hand print in newly poured concrete. But, in the opening chapter of RIPPED, STRIPPED AND FLIPPED, character Laura Howard finds a human hand buried near her work site. After that calamity, it's just one catastrophe after another for interior decorator Laura Howard, who is a partner at Graham Construction, the company that is restoring a 19th Century Italianate [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Studs, Tools and Fools (A Designer Mystery Book 3) by Kathleen Hering

STUDS, TOOLS AND FOOLS was written in response to readers of the Designer Mysteries asking "what happens next?" In this third book of the series, interior designer Laura Howard stumbles into the middle of a bank heist. The calamities that follow are complicated by local television stations that insist on airing her photograph and labeling her as "the brave woman who halted a bank [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Ashes Like Bread - A Biblical Novel of Lamech and His Two Wives (Thrones of Genesis Series Book 1) by Jean Hoefling

Fans of biblical fiction and historical fantasy will love this intense story of a willful young prophetess of the primal world who refuses to deny her ability to predict the future. But once Zyla has obtained everything she thought she couldn't live without (including her sister's husband), will she find the moral strength to battle against the horrors of what she prophesied, and learn what it is [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Virternity - The quest for a virtual eternity - A treatise on the aims and goals of the Virternity Project by David Evans Bailey

Is immortality probable or is it even possible? A new digital world has been proposed with exactly this objective in mind. What if one could build a virtual world with effective open borders, in a consensual and cooperative way? The Virternity project proposes a benign and positive outlook to the future of humanity's adventure into the virtual realm and the increasing mergence with the digital [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

Eternal Salvation - The Biblical Purpose for Salvation by David Miner

This started out as a short essay on the 2000 year old argument concerning Eternal Security. Friends asked me to write something on the issue and I agreed. But the closer I looked at the issues involved, and the deeper I researched what the Bible said about those issues, the more it dawned on me -- this is not the issue! The Bible teaches Eternal Salvation and this is far deeper and far more [...]


15. Dec 2018
★★★★★

The Demise Trilogy by Philip G Henley

All three books in the series in one ebook volume An Agent's Demise An Agent's Rise An Agent's Prize Make a saving on the individual books by getting the trilogy in one go. The books were based on how the Iraqi War Dossier was manipulated on both sides of the Atlantic to give an untrue version of Iraq's attempts to make Weapons' of Mass Destruction. I took this background and added a [...]



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