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20. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Five Years in Yemen - A Titus Ray Thriller by Luana Ehrlich

In Book V in the Titus Ray Thriller Series, Jacob Levin, a missing CIA military contractor, is spotted in Yemen. Now, it's up to CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray, to discover why Levin's been living in the middle of the Yemeni desert for the past five years. Suddenly, the mission takes an unexpected turn when a CIA contact is murdered in a hotel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and Titus is forced [...]


19. Oct 2018
★★★★★

DEADLY AS NATURE Envy Spawns Grief (Pepper Bibeau Mystery Series Book 2) by Gail M Baugniet

A ferry ride over to Washington Island to clear up an insurance claim should be a short pleasure trip for Pepper Bibeau. The glint of sun on glassy water has reflected a false sense of safety for centuries. She might have anticipated that the crossing known as Porte des Morts, Death's Door, would brew up heavy winds. But rescuing a sweet old lady searching for her walking cane, a blind person who [...]


19. Oct 2018
★★★★★

A Young Lawyer's Story - Thaddeus Murfee Prequel - A Legal Thriller by John Ellsworth

There is no job description and the job isn't advertised anywhere, not even on the Job Board at Georgetown Law. But Thaddeus Murfee just graduated from law school and has $200 left from his student loan. He is so broke he has to borrow his roommate's suit for his first job interview. While he is so desperate to earn rent and food money, he fails to nail down exactly what it is he'll be [...]


19. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Esmeralda - The Girl in Sabine's Head - The Screenside Trilogy, Book-3 (Chronicles of a Stolen World) by J. A. Hailey

Virtuals from Screenside enter human heads via microchips. Desperate to help us, they find that motor disabilities and mental illnesses are easily cured by their intervention. Esmeralda and BC are deputed by the nervous friends' group to be the very first virtuals to move long term into human patients, all in Paris, Esmeralda's hometown. Esmeralda draws the rather lovely Sabine - and a wild [...]


19. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The Chronicles of Aveline - Awakening by Ken Fry

Struck by the sword of injustice, driven by love and loyalty… An unlikely heroine is born. From UK bestselling and multi-award winning author, Ken Fry. Aveline, a daughter of a nobleman, is persecuted by the church and banished to a convent. Her only sin was falling in love. She lost her love, her family and her freedom. An epic tale of a young woman's incredible courage and loyalty [...]


19. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Vaikus (part of the anthology "First to Reign") by Kat Parrish

Vaikus (that's the Estonian word for "silence") is a prequel to a series of novels I intend to write called "The Brotherhood of Stone." I wanted to come up with a mythology to explain how gargoyles—found all over the world in almost every culture—ended up being protectors of humans. Vaikus is a novelette and tells a love story from the point of view of a gargoyle who was once a soldier, a [...]


18. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Blow Out the Candles - And Say Goodbye by Linda S. Glaz

When ten-year-old Brandy Barrett and her mother, Rachel, hurry to the large colonial where Brandy's five-year-old sister, Victoria, spent the night, Brandy prays Torey is ready. The girls have been promised a movie by their mother if there's time after shopping. Brandy stares. The house looks empty. No birthday balloons, no cake. And no little sister waiting with stories about the birthday [...]


18. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The Spinster and the Spy (A Clean Regency Historical Romance) by Margaret Bennett

At four and twenty, Miss Jane Colborne is firmly on the shelf, much to the chagrin of her brother, Viscount Ridditch, who sees her independence as unseemly. While taking a moonlight stroll at a house party, she stumbles upon a notorious rake spying on French traitors, turning her dull life as a spinster into one of adventure with plenty of intrigue when she offers her services to help the Home [...]


18. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The Pharaoh's Treasure - The Origin of Paper and the Rise of Western Civilization by John Gaudet

A new perspective on the history of paper from its origins in Egypt to its spread throughout the Western world, The Pharaoh's Treasure relates the story of how papyrus paper lent itself to the task of producing scrolls, books and Bibles, and in doing so, helped revolutionize the world. It was with the advent of papyrus paper that the ability to record and transmit information exploded, allowing [...]


18. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The Girl Who Could Read Hearts by Sherry Maysonave

Have you ever wondered ... is there an afterlife? How powerful and predictive can intuition be, especially in children? Have you ever been visited by an angel? Have you ever had a "visitation dream"? If you are intrigued by inspirational, thought-provoking books, you will become deeply engaged by "The Girl Who Could Read Hearts". This award-winning novel was inspired by a vivid dream from one [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

In Servitude - a psychological suspense novel by Heleen Kist

A gripping tale of family, crime and betrayal for lovers of psychological suspense. Bloggers and reviewers are calling it "an excellent debut" and a "superb page-turner." Are you getting a little bored of psychological thrillers with a single big twist at the end? This book will take you on an emotional roller coaster ride with twists and turns throughout. "I'm obsessed with this plot - 5 [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Words Of The Screaming Unspoken by Waunice Fennell

This book is a collection of poetry written to inspire, build self-esteem and help those who have been subjected to unhealthy relationships, or even faced obstacles throughout their lives. Also, what inspired the author to write "Words Of The Screaming Unspoken" is that poetry can be a therapeutic tool for healing. Actually talking about experiences may be difficult and some people may not know [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The most mysterious Legends and Myths That Will scared you by Romanio Taylor

This collection of myths and legends in the form of "ghost stories" is intended to look at some of the common elements that have arisen in urban and rural areas. In these stories there was a long and clear past of inexplicable ghostly observations, mysterious murders and disappearances and, as such, became known to many thrill seekers. When writing this book, I was pushed by events in which it [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The Richest Mom in Babylon - 7 Simple Rules to Wealth by M. A. Haley

Working moms need to know more than how to save for a rainy day ... they need to learn how to build wealth rapidly. This book was a few years in the making. I wrote this book to empower working moms to secure their financial future. When life happens, moms are often too nurturing to immediately look out for themselves. I'm that mom too. I know that no moms work without guilt. We want to be all [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

The Blogger Trailmap - How to Take Your Blog to the Next Level in Easy Steps by Chivi Frost

"The Blogger Trailmap" is for you if you are looking to start, or grow a blog about any niche: travel, lifestyle, food & cooking, spirituality, fashion, technology, corporate, marketing, real estate or any other topic. If you run a YouTube channel or do podcasts, you will find this book invaluable as well. Packed with amazing tools & templates, this book is great both for beginners who are [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Remember Me - Cup Of Remembrance (Camel Hairs Ministries Book 1) by A. Catherine Rush

What does a Chocolate chip cookie and a soda have to do with Holy Communion? In 2016, as a born again believer, I was sitting on a bus bench when suddenly Holy Spirit began leading me into Communion. I had just bought a Chocolate chip cookie and a soda, next thing I know, I'm blessing the cookie and then the soda taking Holy Communion. In that same year, I had an angelic visitation where I [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Mr. August (Heroes of Rogue Valley - Calendar Guys Book 8) by Ann Roth

Mr. August is book #8 in the un-putdownable Heroes of Rogue Valley series. "What if" questions have always intrigued me, and writing a book that explores the question is a great way to answer it. For Mr. August, I wanted to look at this one: What if back in high school, a boy and girl had crushes on each other, but neither of them knew? Then as adults sometime later… Firefighter Nate [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Mr. September (Heroes of Rogue Valley - Calendar Guys Book 9) by Ann Roth

Mr. September is book #9 in the un-putdownable Heroes of Rogue Valley series. Scandal is always a fascinating subject. Unless it's personal—as Kylie Treadwell knows first-hand. Having been hurt by a very public scandal, she prefers to live life far beneath the public's radar. Local celebrity heartthrob Ethan Goldberg, who is both a firefighter and a musician, is the opposite. He enjoys being [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

KDP - How To Self - Publish Your Book On Amazon - The Beginner’s Guide - The key elements for Independent (Indie) author success (Financial Freedom Beginners ...

Are you interested in publishing your book on Kindle? Do you think that it's hard to successfully publish a book? It's never been easier to self-publish! Publishing a book and having it sell are two different things! There are several Key elements to successful publishing (that sells books): 1. You need to commit your time and allocate it to marketing as well as writing. 2. You [...]


17. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Before The Boy - The Prequel To The Moon Singer Trilogy by B. Roman

This is a prequel to The Moon Singer books: The Crystal Clipper, The War Chamber, The Wind Rose. Those stories focus on David Nickerson's anger over his mother's death and his feelings of abandonment. He desperately tries to communicate with her through his crystals and his mystical time travel adventures. After writing those 3 books, I realized there was one important story that was not [...]


16. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Ashes of Autumn (Mina's Adventures Book 4) by Maria Grazia Swan

Italian import Mina Calvi is about to become very rich with the sale of her deceased mother's business, but she misses Diego, a lot. When a chance detour brings her face to face with the love of her life caught in the wrong place, with the wrong crowd, Mina's life plunges onto a rocky trail dotted by death, betrayal and loneliness. A killer has Mina in his sights, and this time Diego won't be [...]


16. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Dead Editor File (The Taylor Browning Cozy Mysteries Book 1) by G G Collins

"Dead Editor File" is the first in the new Taylor Browning Cozy Mystery Series. The title is a play on the phrase "dead letter file." I worked for a book publisher and experienced the myriad of requirements necessary to bring a book from contract to pub date. It's not always pretty. Usually, it doesn't result in bodies. Usually. Taylor Browning is new to the book publishing scene. Mystery [...]


15. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Revenge of a Devil Woman (Revenge sequels Book 6) by Ken Coleman

Anyone who has read the previous "Revenge Sequels," books, will know about Ruth and her slightly unhinged and disturbed disposition. After years of dealing with the demons that tormented her troubled mind, she finally thought she had found the happiness that had eluded her for so long as with William, the man she'd fallen in love with and her ward, Maya, she sets out to begin a new life. But as [...]


14. Oct 2018
★★★★★

Sugar

I've always wanted to do another anthology after the success of Signed, Sealed, Delivered ... I'm Yours. But it was listening to the webinar by Alessandre Torre that inspired me to start the NK Tribe Called Success and take on the process for doing Sugar and another anthology titled, Spice. I already had a marketing group, but having a group focused on writing and growing together that way, was [...]


13. Oct 2018
★★★★

The Undertaker - Hallowed Halls by Carmel McMurdo Audsley

This book was recommended by a female friend who said every male would benefit from reading about the struggles women went through in the 1800s for the right to go to university. It was an eye-opening read from that point of view, but also a highly enjoyable story about a female undertaker with psychic abilities who could see the signs of murder in her clients and set out to catch their killers. [...]



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