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Book: Wings at Dawn by Marie Balustrade
Writer and photographer, I am a native of the Philippines who grew up and lived in various countries, resulting in photography and writing becoming integral pillars of my soul and, hence, inseparable from my being. The urge to write about what I photograph or match a photograph to my writings are processes that are never far from one another. In the same manner, while on retreat in the mountains [...]
 
Book: Lamb's Blood by Jerry Genesio
Lamb's Blood is a novel set in Washington, D.C., Boston, and Nicaragua, 1978, during the Sandinista Revolution. American journalist Mark Marino lives with the knowledge that he allowed officials to lie to him when he was a war correspondent in Vietnam. He feels in some way responsible for the millions who died during that conflict, one of whom was his own brother. A decade later he witnesses an [...]
 
Book: Dilemma by Jacquie Johnson
In Chicago, the name Jon Elliott garners attention. When the legal mastermind offers to mentor Alexis Winters, Bingham, Elliott and Bright's newest associate, she jumps at the opportunity sure this will launch her career. But Jon has a dark side, one that demands unquestioning loyalty and a willingness to defy the spirit of the law, if not the letter. Thrust into Jon's world and expected to play [...]
 
Book: kNewspapers - A Novel About Love and Citizen Journalism by K. Paul Mallasch
Sex, Drugs and Journalism Studies Paul Malinski transforms into kpaul as he journeys through the wilderness and the universe when banished from corporate media. Along the way, he learns a lot about journalism, greed, love, black holes, Occupy Wall Street, robots and automation, poetry, selflessness, mental illness and much more. Perhaps most important, he learns about himself and that one person [...]
 
Book: Love's Justice (Crimson Romance) by Rionna Morgan
Sarah Johnson is a profiler in Portland, Oregon. She thinks she has successfully moved beyond the pain of her mother's death fifteen years ago. However, when Justin Breslow shows up at her office claiming to be an investigative reporter from Dallas wanting to do a feature on her mother, Sarah realizes the pain has just been dormant. She agrees to work with Justin; she's always wanted to retrace [...]
 
Book: Wrong Step - A Sinister Syndicate Thriller by Kyle Robertson
Being in the wrong place at the wrong time could get very deadly In the city with eight million stories, there was a dark tale of a young Ghanaian emigrant woman looking for adventure in New York because selling fruit in the market in Ghana bored her. Sheddi Dedzo was a very intelligent woman who learned photography, and happened upon a bodega robbery. She clicked away, and gave her camera to a [...]
 
Book: In My Corner by Susan O'Brien Fischer
"In My Corner" is a book about the trials and tribulations of motherhood, gardening, and life in general. In a series of newspaper columns written by Susan O'Brien Fischer for the Sedalia Democrat and posts from her care pages, the book details her views on life as she dealt with brain cancer. Although she was only in her late forties, the book is full of wisdom, encouragement, and life [...]
 
Book: Wonderment by Nigel Hey
Book Description Publication Date: October 1, 2012 Wonderment: A Love Affair with Adventure, Writing, Travel, Philosophy, and Family Life keeps the action going from the author's innocent childhood introduction to sex to the danger and suspense of driving a waterlogged tunnel in the Greek mountains. This is the first-person story of a lifelong writer who was born with an insatiable curiosity and [...]
 
Book: Scoop of Lies by Perry Kincaid
How far would you go to save your job? David Clay is a recent college graduate and newlywed struggling to cope with the disappointment of "real life" after earning his journalism degree. With his mind full of grand ideas of writing award-winning stories to change the world, he is quickly introduced to the mundane and often unrewarding existence at a community newspaper. And then the economy [...]
 
Book: Akard Drearstone by Michael D. Smith
A cinder block falls on Akard Drearstone's head and he trades his print shop job for lead guitar. Months later, as the four members of the Akard Drearstone Group face the onslaught of national fame at their rural Texas commune, twelve-year-old Jan Pace nurses her crush for the narcissistic, paranoid bassist Jim Piston, growing up way too fast in a surreal summer between seventh and eighth grade.
 
Book: Kidnapped By Nuns - And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio by Bob Fuss
Taking readers on a journey over the last four decades of news from Hollywood to Washington and around the world from Andorra to Zimbabwe. Ride the campaign plane with Ronald Reagan, get the inside story of why Congress is such a disaster and share adventure travel stories from a globetrotting correspondent. Retired CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss has traveled with half a dozen Presidents, [...]
 
Book: The Flautist by John Needham
Leah Weisman is a twenty-something flautist (flute player) trained at the renowned Juilliard music school in New York. Unfortunately, she makes disastrous choices in men. Benjamin Wolfewitz, now Walters, is a Londoner and one-time refugee and has two things in common with Leah: he's also Jewish, at least by birth, and also a flautist, with a top London orchestra. Patrick Brennan is [...]
 
Book: Conversation With A Dead Man - A contemporary historical murder mystery by George Pica
"Conversation With A Dead Man" is an experimental novel, one that tests whether the narrative in an 800-page murder mystery can be contained almost exclusively in dialogue among the book's three principals. It begins with the murder of Country & Western star Sonny Weathers outside his Memphis home late one evening in 2012. His assailant, a complete stranger, appears to have been motivated by an [...]
 
Book: Leaving Story Avenue - My journey from the projects to the front page by Paul LaRosa
Emmy-Award winning CBS News producer Paul LaRosa's evocative memoir of his days growing up in a Bronx housing project and working as a reporter at The New York Daily News in the late 1970s. Paul was a clueless kid growing up in a Bronx housing project when he discovered there might be more to life. As the projects went from idyllic to dangerous, Paul made his way to The New York Daily News where [...]
 
Book: Past Deadline - a blurry glimpse into the aspen music beat by John Zelazny
For the past five years, I have been the music columnist for The Aspen Daily News. The position has had its ups and down, and in this piece I have presented my favorite moments from the journey. When I started writing about the music scene in Aspen, Colorado I had little to no idea of what I was doing. The position was given to me in a precarious way because, at the time, I was a burgeoning [...]
 
Book: The Helpers - Volume I by Suzanna E. Nelson
On the surface, Congo seems to be having the usual rebel conflict. Behind the scenes is a different story. "The Helpers" - a very powerful underground organization whose members include international businessmen and high priests are determined to maintain a stronghold on the natural resources of Congo. When American journalist, Jenny Osborne, and her photojournalist, John Spencer, arrive in [...]
 
Book: Red Pen Redemption by Lori Stanley Roeleveld
What if God took you up on a dare? Helen Bancroft's led a good life and feels no need for her daughter's Savior. When God accepts Helen's dare to edit her autobiography and prove her righteousness, she's in for a lesson in her own history. One woman's journey from unbelief to acceptance turns into the Christmas Eve adventure of a lifetime beneath the red pen of Christ's mercy and grace.
 
Book: Vietnam Bao Chi - Warriors of Word and Film by Marc Phillip Yablonka
, the first film to realistically portray the Vietnam War; marine Steve Stibbens, the first Stars and Stripes reporter in Vietnam in early 1962; Jim Morris, 1st and 5th Special Forces Group, whose works such as War Story , recount the soldiering of the Green Berets and their Montagnard counterparts in the Central Highlands of Vietnam; John Del Vecchio, whose classic work of nonfiction, The 13th [...]
 
Book: Twisted Wire (An Enda Osin Mystery Book 2) by Ray Stone
Enda Osin, correspondent for the Herald, loves political intrigue. After receiving a strange telephone message he thinks is for someone else, he is quickly embroiled in murder, industrial espionage, and a race against time to prevent the world's first hyper-speed aircraft from crashing. The head of a Russian spy cell knows enough about Enda to manipulate him into unknowingly deliver secret plans [...]
 
Book: Deadly Secrets - Brothers That Bite Book 1 by Ebony Bowser
Secrets can be deadly in this college supernatural thriller. Taria and Michael attend Morrison State University where Taria is in her last year of college studying investigative journalism. As her and Michael's relationship flourishes; strange and unusual circumstances ensue resulting in mysterious and horrible deaths around campus. As the race against time begins to find the person behind all [...]
 
Book: A Ghostly Assignment - . . . and its lasting heritage by Rosalind Minett
This is a long short story about Sara and Jake, two journalist students on their first assignment. They are cynical about finding the ghost a local village is gossiping about, but they have to investigate fully in order to deliver a good project to the university. They soon become involved in a weird experience, taking one of them back into the 17th century. Shaken, they swap notes about what has [...]
 
Book: Dishonored by J.R. Reardon
In treachery, there is no honor... Federal District Court Judge Rebecca Tameron seemed to have it all-a loving family, a prestigious career and the respect of her community ~ that is, until her world falls apart. Implicated in the disappearance of a Supreme Court Justice, and the shooting of a Federal agent, Tameron scrambles to uncover the truth. The problem is, each investigative leads she [...]
 
Book: Distant War - Recollections of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia by Marc Phillip Yablonka
A freelance journalist's observations and recollections of Southeast Asia, in the decades following the Vietnam War. Part exploratory journalism and part unofficial history, Distant War combines photographs, interviews, and personal insights from people on both sides of the conflict to reveal a side of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia that few Americans have ever seen. Marc Yablonka pulls back the [...]
 
Book: Purgatory is a Place Too (Not Quite Eden Book 5) by Dominique Kyle
Sixteen-year-old Cody, Eve's new client for her Formula Two Stocks Induction business, begs champion stock car racing driver Eve McGinty, to help a friend of hers. Jessica tells a heart-rending story of being groomed by a gang for underage sex and being trafficked to other towns for the same purpose. But when Eve approaches Jessica's mental health team, her social worker claims that Jessica is [...]
 
Book: Playing Harry (The Harry Fingle Collection) by Nick Wastnage
Giant international corporations stoop to murder. The CIA and MI6 sanction illegal, immoral activity. People die. Harry Fingle-an investigative journalist, searching for his brother's killer-becomes a pawn in a real-life game of chess played out by the security services. He's gagged to stop him publishing, an assassin is briefed to kill him, and his ex-lover is stabbed.
 
Book: Bud Hawthorne Revue - Volume 1 - A Music Teacher's Lament by Bud Hawthorne
The Bud Hawthorne Revue is an annual to bi-annual publication featuring a new teacher once to twice a year. Every issue tells the story of another under-valued educator, and asks the question, what is happening to the teaching profession in these United States of ours? Volume 1 is the story of Bud Hawthorne himself, as he resolves to resign and finally leaves his position as an elementary school [...]
 
Book: Two Birds With One Stone - Rebecca Stone Mystery Short Stories by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
This is the second outing for amateur sleuth and Los Angeles business reporter Rebecca Stone. In the short stories SOLID AS STONE and COLD AS STONE Rebecca must use her investigative newspaper skills to solve a crime before it is too late. This ebook also includes three recipes from the Jewish holiday book (available on Amazon) SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION by Rabbi Karen L. Fox and Phyllis Zimbler [...]
 
Book: Reincarnated Horse Reporter by John Robert McCauley
An investigative reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch tries to recapture stories of nostalgic memories, and stumbles upon a charismatic waitress, who dies unexpectedly, but seems to be reincarnated in another free spirited woman he meets. The reporter sends readers on an unforgettable adventure set in a world of racehorses, steeplechase races, wild horses and the magic of fox hunts, which [...]
 
Book: When the Bough Breaks by Ane Mulligan
Her dream job has a Catch 22 and time's running out - Rookie lobbyist Sienna O'Shea is determined to make a name for herself in New York's capitol city and use that influence to gain easier access to her past. But when she's handed her first assignment her worlds collide. Swept up into the intrigue of backroom politics, falling in love was not on Sienna's agenda, but the candidate for Lt. [...]
 
Book: Crash of the Mountain King by Capt. D.R. Rhein
Crash of the Mountain King, the latest title by Capt. D.R. Rhein. This story continues the investigative work of Phil Ryan, who is pulled out of retirement from the NTSB when a King Air turboprop, on a routine flight, disappears in the vicinity of Mt. Mitchell,North Carolina. Ryan begins searching the dense mountain terrain only to uncover deadly conflicts, mysterious old crashes and deeply [...]
 


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