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Book: Lethal Assumed - Lost Tome Found by Jeffrey Underwood
This is a story that synthesizes the big and the small in the Forbidden Tome. The time in Lethal Assumed has now become present day Seattle, the Emerald City by the sea. A beautiful, young ballerina develops uncertainties about her lover, Marius. In her search for the truth of his fidelity to her, she journeys fearfully and far. There is much mystery that propels her forward. She has allies who, [...]
 
Book: Anguished by Ronny Herman de Jong
This book is shedding a light on the abuse of vulnerable seniors in nursing homes, often by family members. Driven by financial problems, a grandson, entrusted to manage all assets of his grandmother, who resides in an Assisted Living Facility, depleted her bank account, put a lien against her house in an attempt to stop her daughter from inheriting her mother's assets. He falsified a letter to a [...]
 
Book: Survivors of WWII in the Pacific by Ronny Herman de Jong
Survivors of WWII in the Pacific is a collection of eye-witness accounts of the barbaric way the Japanese treated their prisoners during WWII, men and women alike. Camp survivors describe gruesome details of cruel punishments, diseases and malnutrition, interspersed with hope and a sense of humor. Veterans of the U.S. Navy remember the bloody battles from Pearl Harbor to the bombs on Hiroshima [...]
 
Book: Rising from the Shadow of the Sun - A Story of Love, Survival and Joy by Ronny Herman de Jong
This second edition of Rising from the Shadow of the Sun, A Story of Love, Survival and Joy exemplifies the power of positive thinking, of hope, of perseverance even in the most perilous and life threatening situations and of a mother's love for her children, surpassing even the tragedy of death. Jeannette Herman-Louwerse, Netty, a young mother incarcerated by the Japanese on the island of Java [...]
 
Book: Saved by Default - Confessions of a Televangelist by Paul D. Garber
Reverend David S. Randall seems to be the most gifted evangelist of modern times. People flock to hear him when he begins his career as a ten-year-old boy preacher, traveling with a Christian rabbi. Eventually known as "God's man for the hour," his charisma draws thousands to the altar. His creativity blossoms when he discovers television and takes traveling evangelism beyond the traditional [...]
 
Book: My Life My Africa by Philén Naidu
Have you ever had the desire to just drop everything and follow your Heart? Philen Naidu did just that. Faced with a choice between risking it all on a dream, or dying with regrets of choosing the comfort zone instead, Naidu dropped out of university, strapped on his backpack, left his family and friends behind and set off into the deep and wild unknowns of REAL Africa, with nothing to rely on [...]
 
Book: DIVA (A Frank Renzi mystery) by Susan Fleet
Music, Murder and Obsession in New Orleans. Beautiful and talented, Belinda wants to be a star. But a ruthless stalker is obsessed with her. He'll do anything to have her: blackmail, kidnapping, even murder. Fourteen months post-Katrina, Homicide Detective Frank Renzi battles drug-dealing gangs in the ravaged city. Soon he has another problem. The stalker kidnaps Belinda. "Fleet subtitles Diva, a [...]
 
Book: Dogs and More Dogs, Another Murder (A Sheridan Hendley Mystery Book 2) by Christa Nardi
An abandoned house, an abundance of dogs. And a dead body or two. Sheridan Hendley's volunteer position at Pets and Paws takes a new turn when more than twenty malnourished dogs are found at a rundown house on the outskirts of town. When the body of an elderly woman is found amidst mountains of clutter in the house, a search of the property leads to startling revelations. And another body. While [...]
 
Book: Lily Liver Series by Susan Swain
A series of four rhyming stories for children about dalmatian dogs Lily Liver and Two Pi R. Lily Liver learns to play ball with Boomerang the labrador in On the Ball. In On the Run, Billy Brown the border collie guides the dalmatians, cocker spaniels Yankee Sam and Jake and Joe, and Australian terriers Sadie and her sister on their daily walk. But can he protect 'his flock' from Wiley Shep? [...]
 
Book: Legends Live On - Vietnam War, Desert Storm, and Berlin Wall Eras by Richard Samuel Baty
Jennifer Haraldsson Sherman is now a Wife and Mother. She is also an Army Nurse serving in the Washington, DC area. With Vietnam heating up, she is uncomfortable thinking of the young Americans who will be going there to fight and die. She feels an obligation to once again serve her country, but she knows she will have to get the approval of her family first. In Eastern Germany, Jennifers old [...]
 
Book: ABSOLUTION (A Frank Renzi mystery) by Susan Fleet
A serial killer preys on young women in New Orleans. THEIR WORST NIGHTMARE ... gets WORSE - Vulnerable young women let a serial killer into their homes because they trust him. The killer tortures them, kills them and takes a gruesome trophy. IS THE KILLER A PRIEST? Everyone has something to hide. Some of the darkest secrets reside in a parish church. When an African-American journalist denounces [...]
 
Book: The Cure by Athol Dickson
Sometimes The Cure is much worse than the disease. Riley Keep, former missionary, now a drunk, is begging on the streets and desperate to forget a past he lost in one far-flung act of wickedness. Then he hears the rumors. Miracles are happening in the picture postcard village of Dublin, Maine. Riley isn't the only Pilgrim searching for deliverance. There's the old woman fleeing a horrific [...]
 
Book: Winter Haven by Athol Dickson
A Gothic Tale with Hope Thirteen years after Vera gamble's little brother ran away from their Texas home, his body washes ashore on the remote island of Winter Haven, Maine. Vera goes to claim the corpse and discovers the impossible: her brother hasn't aged a day since last she saw him. Determined to uncover what happened, she is confronted by unearthly fog, disturbing locals, and stories of lost [...]
 
Book: They Shall See God by Athol Dickson
Sometimes the most dangerous of enemies crouches just inside the human heart. Little Katie was a Christian. Her very best friend Ruth was a Jew. The girls' eyewitness testimony sent a bad man to Louisiana's infamous Angola prison. 25 years later, Ruth has become an embittered Rabbi, Kate is a lonely widow, the bad man is out, and people are dying in the strangest of ways. Torn apart in childhood [...]
 
Book: Cultural Primitivism in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats by Walt Lamberg
Many readers of poetry who enjoy the work of William Butler Yeats know him primarily for his great poems written during the 20th Century, such poems as "No Second Troy," "The Mask," "On Being Asked for a War Poem," "The Second Coming," and "Leda and the Swan." This book focuses on his early poetry written during the 1880s and 1890s. One key idea is that readers of his later poems can enhance [...]
 
Book: The Boon - Thoughts of a Schizophrenic in Remission by Eugene Uttley
Riddled into this experimental open letter is the story of a man who made the "hero's journey" to another world and back again. The prize he won there, the ultimate boon, is knowing what he wants. "Wisdom warns against desire, but there is power in wanting - power that can fuel the will and keep lit that precious torch, hope." This line stands as a rare moment of profundity in a largely [...]
 


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