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Book: Burning Tears by Lucia Trifan
Lucia Trifan was Born in Romania, 1949, in legendary Vrancea County. She graduated School of Fine Arts in Brasov, with degree in sculpture and ceramics. She arrived in the Island of Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, in 1984, since when she becomes permanent resident. Her art is part of her biography and the personal history is written within art. At times, the creative process proven painful, yet [...]
 
Book: Painting Glorious Rose Flowers in Watercolor - in 7 Stages by Lela Stankovic
An easy to learn from, watercolor painting e-Book that will bring your work closer to the professional level. Inside, you will find a detailed demonstration of a new and exciting 7 stages multi-layer watercolor painting technique that teaches you how to create realistic and convincing 3-dimensional rose flower that reaches out of paper to meet you. It will show you how to start, how to paint [...]
 
Book: Murder Caribbean-Style (High Seas Mystery - Book 1) by Diane Rapp
Praise for Murder Caribbean-Style: "Sometimes a reader needs to curl up with a deliciously good book and disappear from their own world for awhile. Murder Caribbean-Style spirited me away into a world that oozed with the charms of such exotic locations as Barbados, St. Thomas, Sint Maarten and Puerto Rico. Diane Rapp offers a gift to her readers: She whets an adventurer's appetite with zesty, [...]
 
Book: Deadeye (The Bequia Mysteries Book 2) by Michael W. Smart
THE INVISIBLE BOGEYMAN HAUNTING HER DREAMS IS REAL, AND DEADLY. DEADEYE IS A SOLID FOLLOW-UP TO DEAD RECKONING IN THE BEQUIA MYSTERY SERIES. A terrific story with characters as vivid and sensual as the locale and a female protagonist encompassing everything wonderful in women - strength, compassion, sexuality and smarts. A modern woman without the usual cliches. Police Superintendent Jolene [...]
 
Book: Deadlight (The Bequia Mysteries Book 3) by Michael W. Smart
A DEADLY ENDGAME...AND A COUNTRY'S FATE HANGS ON THE OUTCOME. Deadlight, book #3 of the trilogy introducing the Bequia Mysteries. Commissioner of Police Mike Daniels copes with the political fallout resulting from the scandals uncovered by Superintendent Jolene Johanssen, while he investigates the murder of an undercover constable, and completes the task of cleaning up the police force before a [...]
 
Book: Caribbean Fusions - Latin Saucy and Fun (Volume 1) by Janice Weir-Germia
Caribbean Fusions brings together Celebration recipes that have been recreated by Janice Weir-Germia from around the Caribbean with a twist. Being an Allergen sufferer herself, many recipes have tips on variations and EGG REPLACEMENT section for those who are Vegan. The aim is to help readers develop their own recipes and not feel that they HAVE TO stick to her recipes. Her Mantra is for all [...]
 
Book: Sunrise from An Icy Heart - A Memoir [Paperback] by Claudette Alexander
Do you want to overcome betrayal, grief, and/or manage a chronic health condition, and find fulfilling love? SUNRISE FROM AN ICY HEART: A MEMOIR begins with love and ends with love. You go on a discovery of the human need to find a special love, no matter what, no matter where, no matter how. This novel will have you believing in true love even after a heart damaged from debilitated relations. As [...]
 
Book: SUNRISE FROM AN ICY HEART - A MEMOIR [Kindle Edition] by Claudette Alexander
Do you want to overcome betrayal, grief, and/or manage a chronic health condition, and find fulfilling love? SUNRISE FROM AN ICY HEART: A MEMOIR begins with love and ends with love. You go on a discovery of the human need to find a special love, no matter what, no matter where, no matter how. This novel will have you believing in true love even after a heart damaged from debilitated relations. As [...]
 
Book: Rum & Red Peppers - 80 Caribbean, Armenian, Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Recipes by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Rum & Red Peppers features 80 easy-to-follow recipes, illustrated with 164 full-colour photographs. Classic, inspired, and brand new creations by Wayne Gerard Trotman and Sherrie Trotman that reflect the traditional cuisines and rich cultural diversity of Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean, Armenia, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Traditional recipes include Caribbean Chicken Stew, [...]
 
Book: Paint Me A Picture by Patsy Collins
Mavis Forthright carefully rehearses her jump from Portsmouth's Round Tower. She's existed for over five decades. Lived hardly at all. Will end her misery with a few second's fall into the cold sea. Except she's not quite ready to die. A half day's delay to try a bacon sandwich from the cafe won't matter. Mother's no longer there to disapprove. She delays another day to lend Janice a book. Then a [...]
 
Book: The Collage by Rene Natan
How many times have we been trapped in a situation in which other people take control of our life? It often happens slowly, surreptitiously, and so smoothly that we hardly realize what's going on sometimes too late. This is what happened to Allison Summer, a young, beautiful woman who married Inn Summer out of love. The man had portrayed himself as an ardent and attentive lover only to create a [...]
 
Book: DESCENDED ~ Jett by Dana Pratola
SOME SAY HE'S A CULT LEADER. OTHERS SAY HE'S NOT HUMAN. One thing is certain ~ Jett Cestone is an enigma with a disconcerting connection to the young women in his employ. When the reclusive billionaire takes an interest in Haven's painting, she wants to believe it's an answer to prayer, but what if her father is right? What if he's dangerous? Haven is the most interesting woman to ever cross [...]
 
Book: Mountains of Dawn by Rene Natan
Isolation, and the struggle one has sometimes to face to be part of the living both physically and metaphorically is Mountains of Dawn's subdued theme. The case is made by Tanya Caldwell, an orphan who, from the age of six to the age of eighteen, has been shipped like a parcel from one foster home to another. The lack of roots and the feeling of abandon sit deeply in Tanya's heart. When her best [...]
 
Book: Sortmind by Michael D. Smith
A startup company's telepathic Sortmind app Mindwipes ten thousand users in the city of Canterra, and political factions battle in the streets over whether telepathy should be free to all or outlawed. Oliver and Sam, two high school art students whose fathers head the fascist Citizens Against Telepathy, struggle with art, friendship, love, and family--as well as urban warfare, secret societies, [...]
 
Book: One Big Beautiful Thing by Marie Flanigan
Artist Kate Abernethy is trying to put her life back together after the death of her boyfriend. At first, moving back in with her mother seems like a good way to sort out her finances and re-evaluate her life instead it proves to be a minefield of doubt and recrimination. Floundering, she pushes herself to take new opportunities so she can rebuild her life and have a second chance at happiness.
 
Book: Gathering Storm (Through a Glass Book 2) by Y I Lee
A few years have passed since Irene left Stagman and returned to her own world. In that time, her love for him has not diminished. Driven by desire to be with him; Irene goes in search of her painting, Through a Glass. Sold in an exhibition, Irene has no idea where it is. She must find it! The painting is a portal, her only way to return to the man she loves. But will he be waiting for her as he [...]
 
Book: Paint it Blue by George Thomas Clark
We wonder what they're thinking, so we ask Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. And you, Picasso, what are you really like? Vincent van Gogh, please tell us more about your agony and inspiration. We must also learn about distinguished women - Paula Modersohn-Becker, Seraphine Louis, Lee Krasner, Diane Arbus, and others. I know they'll tell us. So will expressionists like Ernst Ludwig Kirschner and Otto [...]
 
Book: Scion of Gethsemane by B. A. Braxton
Imagine a visually stunning, discerning young woman with golden hair, azure-blue eyes, and a near-perfect figure. Her fiance is a tall, blond-headed hunk of masculine magic who not only makes six figures a year, but also exudes a class, style, and charisma most men lack and certainly all envy. So if Paige has all of this and so much more, then why is she so unhappy? The answer is that although [...]
 
Book: The Artist by Juliette Banks
Lizzie is a pretty, but quite simple village girl when circumstances lead her to the artist, Theo. She made a bad marriage to Lionel, a man who mistreated her, and who then threw her out when she refused to sell her body on the streets for him. Now she is trying to make her way alone. Theo is the rebellious son of a Viscount, who left his privileged background to pursue his chosen career as an [...]
 
Book: Creative Exercises to Inspire by Heidi Angell
Creative exercises to inspire is a bunch of creative exercises to help boost you find your creative voice, and to boost your creative ideas. The book is based on the author's summer program plan that she did with her neighborhood to help underprivileged youth find their creative voice. Because the author is a writer, she focused the program on writing, but she also incorporated other creative [...]
 
Book: Retribution by J. L. Campbell
JUSTINE CHARLES is still trying to put the pieces of her life together seven years after a disastrous extra-marital affair. She's raising a troubled teenage daughter and six-year-old Emile, the result of her indiscretion. A chance meeting drops the still-scorching Xavier McKellop back on her radar. Her former lover is hurt and furious that Justine has kept his son's birth a secret. She has little [...]
 
Book: Ethereal Voices by Shona Jabang
ETHEREAL VOICES offers a scintillating and thought-provoking selection of short stories and poems with an eclectic, trans-Atlantic, Caribbean flavor. Overall, this debut book is a fascinating account of what life was like for a child growing up in Jamaica and entering womanhood. The author's gift at writing transports the reader to the flavours, smells, cultures, social mores and climate of that [...]
 
Book: Caribecana - First Drink Free by Raymond Archer
Dave is an accountant on Wall Street. After a mild heart attack at 53, he decides to leave his stressful and boring life in New Jersey and buys a bar (caseta) in Caribecana. He purchases a place on beautiful and exotic Calzo Beach where he has a series of adventures-some romantic, some humorous and some tragic. He encounters the colorful expats of Caribecana who are both ornery and compassionate. [...]
 
Book: The Caribbean Endeavor by Larry Andrews
When newbie CIA agents land a plum assignment on-board a Caribbean cruise, undercover as newlyweds, they become entangled in more than just mere observation of a partnership forming between a New York Mafia family and a Colombian drug cartel. Matters get complicated when a competing cartel wants in on the same action and the discoveries at sea evolve with developing relationships and intrigue. [...]
 
Book: Mr Alexander by Roger H. Panton
Mr. Alexander is an intriguing story of deceit within a Jamaican family in '70s London. In this book, readers will follow the Alexander family through their journey with those who are around them - it is a literary piece laced with intriguing scenes, unforgettable characters and an absorbing storyline. Jamaican born Mr. Alexander loses his wife in a tragic accident. Six months later, Mr. [...]
 
Book: Distraction by J. L. Campbell
Three Jamaican women walk a tightrope of decisions when their lives are derailed by blackmail, deceit and infidelity. JUSTINE CHARLES, sensible and self-contained, battles an addiction which could destroy her marriage, reputation, and relationship with her daughter. DIONNE JONES, an aggressive go-getter, takes risks that cut a trail of devastation through her family and business. KYRA MILLS, [...]
 
Book: A Baker's Dozen - 13 Steps to Distraction (Prequel) by J. L. Campbell
In true Jamaican style, Dionne, Justine and Kyra have found ways to make the best of a bad situation. According to Jamaican parlance, they've learned to tun dem han' mek fashion. Their combined financial need, drive to succeed and lack of emotional support are detrimental to their survival, but these enterprising women are living the best life they can coming up with creative ways to survive [...]
 
Book: The Sea Witch by Brian Bigelow
Do you believe in second chances? Do you believe that a man who's made mistakes can change? Timothy Hutton is on the cusp of self-discovery. Will discovering what everyone else - already knew, that he's a dirty rotten scoundrel, push him over the edge or - inspire him to change his life. "The Sea Witch", explores a devastating darkness and the journey of one man back - from the brink of [...]
 
Book: Loving Therèse (LaCasse) by Ju Ephraime
Foxx LaCasse is a player, on and off the field, until he met Therese. He's athletic, handsome and hot-blooded, with vengeance on his mind. Therese is an intensely passionate English woman, who refuses to follow convention and chose instead to select her man from the natives of the French Caribbean island of Martinique, Foxx LaCasse. When she began to receive threatening notes, asking her to stay [...]
 
Book: Single Status by Linda Swift
B.J. and Dana, through a stateside headquarters error, find themselves sharing a villa when they come to start up a St. Croix power plant. The job is single status, which suits them in every way. B.J. is still smarting from the end of her ten year marriage and Dana carries hurt and guilt for the death of his wife and young son in a plane crash. When B.J. becomes the scapegoat for everything that [...]
 
Book: Sailing Down the Moonbeam by Mary Gottschalk
With a destination loosely defined as the rest of the world, Mary and her husband Tom leave family, friends and successful careers for a multi-year sailing voyage. As the voyage takes her farther and farther from her traditional support systems, her world becomes more and more defined by forces outside her control. Mary's travels through often uncharted island communities, provides a compelling [...]
 
Book: WHEN GOD WASN'T LOOKING by Eunice Heath Tate
As a little girl, Sydnee Price's mother left her "for a little while," in the care of a couple in Jamaica. Molested by her guardian, reviled by the women in the district and disowned by the church, Sydnee flees to America, buries her past and seals her heart tight. However, the ghosts of her past hover, including Sunshine Brown, the daughter conceived in abuse and abandoned. To reclaim her "true" [...]
 
Book: Goodbye Brooklyn by Annette Fabian Winter
What should a white bride do when her adversary, a therapist who utilizes a mysterious lead-lined box to cure his patients, secures a carpentry job for her black hubby with a loin-clothed, foul-mouthed ex-patient of his on a remote Caribbean island? An island where Voodoo is still practiced. And what if the bride, unsafely housed in a mid-forest hovel, discovers that this employer appears to have [...]
 
Book: HAITI ONCE AGAIN by J.R. Gelin
Since gaining its independence from France in 1804, after a brutal war that lasted over a decade, Haiti has been fighting for its own survival in face of natural catastrophes and political disturbances associated with military coups or with invasions by the United States or the United Nations. Haiti Once Again offers an analysis of relevant points in the country's history and makes the connection [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Boochi Malloochi - - The Hunt for Treasure (Volume 1) by Sal Corrente
Boochi Malloochi is a precocious child, who is determined to find treasure on an outing to the ocean. But no one is more surprised than Boochi's mom & dad when she does! When Boochi digs up a chest full of diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and gold, she also learns the story of the Corrado family... and now the real adventure is about to begin!
 


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