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Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to INDEPENDENCE HALL & The Museum of the American Revolution by Barbara Ann Mojica
WHY DOES INDEPENDENCE HALL NATIONAL PARK INSPIRE FREEDOM-LOVING PEOPLE EVERYWHERE? YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK TO GET THE ANSWERS. Visit the birthplace of the United States. Learn about the history of Independence Hall. How was the federal Constitution created? What is the Declaration of Independence? How did women, slaves, and workers view it? How did the revolutionaries survive against a great [...]
 
Book: Massacre at the Vampire Underground by Amanda Alix
Beneath the streets of New York City exists a subculture of self-proclaimed vampires and their devotees, where fetishes and appetites are satisfied for a price and investors reap the rewards. It's all very safe and legal until the night twentysomething Ellen LeClerc and her friends accept an invitation to visit the most popular of these clubs: The Vampire Underground. What begins as an unusual [...]
 
Book: Indian Massacre in Orlando by Walter Parks
Arguably the last Indians living in Central Florida in 1883 were all massacred because the chief's favorite squaw loved White Man Cow. John asked the President of the United States to send soldiers to remove the Indians. John didn't think his request was out of line; after all the government had earlier been moving Indians to the "Indians Territory" (now Oklahoma) for years. But the President [...]
 
Book: 1629 Mutiny on the Batavia by Henry Van Zanden
The tragic tale of the Batavia is one of the greatest stories ever told. Indeed, when Commander Pelsaert's Journal was first published in 1647, it became a best seller. Mutiny on the Batavia has everything: drama, romance, adventure, mystery, murder, massacre and mayhem. In 1628, the Dutch East Indiaman Batavia was the largest ship built by the biggest company in the world, the Dutch East India [...]
 
Book: The Girl in White Pajamas (Pajama Trilogy Book 1) by Chris Birdy
Bogie McGruder returns to Boston after his brother, a cop, is gunned down on the street. Since the Boston police are investigating the death of one of their own, Bogie believes his trip will be a short condolence visit and a chance to meet his secret love child. Although Bogie wants to contact his ex-lover, Bailey Hampfield, he's reluctant to do so since Bailey dumped him four years earlier. [...]
 
Book: Jackpot (Frank Renzi mystery series) by Susan Fleet
A serial killer targets lottery winners. A compulsive gambler hits the jackpot and thinks his problems are over, but they're just beginning. Homicide Detective Frank Renzi is hunting a serial killer who murders lottery winners. Don't miss the exciting showdown between Renzi and the killer. A prequel to earlier books in the Frank Renzi series, Jackpot takes place in Boston in 2000, before he moved [...]
 
Book: The Miracle Boston Braves of 1914 - The Miracle That Was Impossible by Mark A. Leiter
This story is the truly inspiring baseball saga of a team made to believe in itself by an inspiring Manager, one George Stallings. In last place in the National League in mid-July, 1914, the team caught fire, after humiliation in an exhibition game in Buffalo, New York, and went on a tear, climbing to 1st place in September. Then the team completed the Miracle by beating the "unbeatable" [...]
 
Book: Kitchen Canary by Joanne C. Parsons
Kitchen Canary is winning acclaim. 2018 First Place in Historical Fiction Novel - Royal Dragonfly Book Awards. 2018 Honorable Mention-Novel- Royal Dragonfly Book Awards 2018 Finalist for Fiction Category-Independent Publishers of New England. "Exceptionally well written, thoroughly absorbing, and consistently entertaining ... " Mid West Book Review. Kitchen Canary is the first in a series of two [...]
 
Book: Asylum (MHIU Book 2) by Adam Llewellyn
Lieutenant David Carmichael's first real case in charge of the MHIU begins. A political stunt at the local Asylum goes hideously wrong, leaving fifteen dead and two survivors. One is Richard Crait, a security guard and guide for the day, the other...Adam Cathton, Steckland's most notorious serial killer. There's no doubt who the murderer was, but there was no chance this was a mere escape [...]
 
Book: The Price of Creation (The Historian Tales Book 1) by Lance Conrad
The Price of Creation is set in a land where each person is born with a small Stone. It decides what they're going to do in their lives, what they're going to be good at. It enhances their natural abilities, making them a master at that one thing they're meant to do. The story focuses on this one family. Their son is born with a Stone that destines him for great destruction. So the family has to [...]
 
Book: Last Stand at Bitter Creek by Tom Rizzo
A patrol of soldiers massacred... A hidden gold shipment missing... A priceless U.S. historical document stolen... An undercover agent betrayed and on the run... For Union Army spy Grant Bonner, the war can't end soon enough. Tired of living a life of deception, he desperately wants to put his past behind him, but agrees to one last assignment. The mission is compromised and Bonner is entangled [...]
 
Book: Dark Cinema - A Movie Theater of Werewolves by Markus Guy Siegele
First, it was a law firm run by werewolves. Now, it's a movie theater run by vicious creatures that have the intentions of devouring innocent human beings. In a small, secluded upstate New York town a new movie theater called the Forest Haven 10 has just opened for business. The bizarre and mysterious establishment that's set out in the deep forest will slowly draw the attention to people of [...]
 
Book: The Testing Point by Eric Collins
When a prostitute is murdered in a motel room, and an eyewitness points his finger at a cop, it seems an open and shut case - especially when the officer can't explain the fact that his gun, which never left his holster, is the murder weapon. But Officer Ben Grasso, new to the police force but not to the street, isn't buying the official story. As he begins his unauthorized investigation, Grasso [...]
 
Book: Mayday by Christopher Carr
A series of gruesome murders take place in the Midwest, all seemingly connected to the shootings of nine Kent State students by the Ohio National Guard in 1970. Mayday features a disturbed villain, a feisty FBI agent on the case who fears that her absent father is involved in the murders, flashbacks to that fateful day at Kent State, and a final nail-biting chase scene where the past comes full [...]
 
Book: Nightbird by Cynthia Fridsma
As head of Nightbird, Sybil Crewes is working 24/7 to keep America safe from zombies, demons, and other unearthly creatures. Her ultimate goal is to end the curse that turned her into a vampire, but first she needs to destroy The Necronomicon, the infamous book of the dead. Unfortunately, Sybil's archnemesis, The Reaper, uses the book to raise an army of zombies. When she finally retrieves The [...]
 
Book: Help by Cynthia Fridsma
Dr. Josef Mengele the Angel of Death has escaped from Hell! Posing as a physician, he programs his patients to do as he commands, transforming them into living bombs, and ultimately creates a new world order. Sybil Crewes is a vampire trying to escape her fate. She refuses to feed on humans, pulls her own fangs, and injects liquid silver in an effort to remain "human." When she discovers [...]
 
Book: The Hooker's Daughter - A Boston Family's Saga by Dale Stanten
In 1950s Jewish Boston, Ma was a hooker and at age six, I was answering the front door for johns. Kids were forbidden to play with me and even the girl scouts asked me to leave. Daddy barely functioned. My lesbian sister "came out," was thrown into a convent, and committed to a mental hospital. Add to that, shoplifting, stolen cars, Ma's multiple boyfriends, a terminally ill husband, and [...]
 
Book: A Flock Of Gerber Daisies by Kenneth H. Griffin
On New Year's Eve 1999, David Kilgore is interrogated by authorities for an involvement in a vital, pressing, and haunting death.The narrative uses an intense focal point mystery revealing David Kilgore's confidential and crucial self-interrogation to sustain his internal-self within a kaleidoscope of crossing narrative paths of power leading to transfigurative lives. David's interrogation [...]
 
Book: Never Too Late (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
FROM FIVE STAR REVIEW: The author writes a story that makes you realize that it is never too late to fulfill your dreams. Isabel Kramer found that training for the Boston Marathon was no easy task. Ms. Kramer is a psychiatrist, 60 years of age and had always wanted to be a runner from a teenage. It just seemed that every time Isabel wanted to do something her mother stopped her. Isabel's high [...]
 
Book: The Spark That Left Us by K. Brooks
If I had known, that one week was all that I had left, maybe I would have paid more attention. If I had known, maybe I would have taken more time to care. My sister showing up at my door? Not an unusual day. A stranger sleeping on my couch, that I didn't leave there the night before? Now that is an unusual day. And unfortunately it was that day, that changed me, my family, and my entire world. [...]
 
Book: The Star Girls (The Star series Book 1) by Ken Coleman
Rose, a young mail order bride, is taken away from her new husband and step daughter by a Cheyenne warrior and forced to accompany him across miles of Western Plains in order to reach his village where he plans to make her his wife. She makes several attempts to escape, but each time, her efforts come to nothing and she fears he may hurt her as punishment. But far from being the savage heathen he [...]
 
Book: Unauthorized Access by Andrew McAllister
Who do you trust? I mean really trust... Young computer programmer Rob Donovan receives an emergency call from his boss at the First Malden Bank in Boston after the first successful cyberattack in American banking history scrambles thousands of account records. First Malden's survival is on the line as furious customers and voracious reporters descend on the bank. And what happens to that trust [...]
 
Book: A Note from an Old Acquaintance by Bill Walker
Brian Weller is a haunted man. It's been two years since the tragic accident that left his three-year-old son dead and his wife in an irreversible coma. A popular author of mega- selling thrillers, Brian's life has reached a crossroads: his new book is stalled, his wife's prognosis is dire, and he teeters on the brink of despair. Everything changes the morning an e- mail arrives from Boston [...]
 
Book: Widow's Walk by Kenneth Weene
Mary Flanagan, caught between her sense of religion and obligation on one hand, and her very human desire for love on the other, is in emotional limbo. When she meets Arnie Berger, who becomes both her lover and philosophic guide, Mary's world seems to be transformed.Changes also come for Mary's children, who have been trapped in their own dilemmas. Sean, a quadriplegic, is looking for a [...]
 
Book: Stairway to My Heart by Marion Marchetto
Stairway To My Heart is the first book of a family saga - The Bridgewater Chronicles - that will ultimately be a series of four or five books. As a reader who enjoys books in a series, I thought it would be fun to create my own American Dynasty. Folks who liked North and South, or are fans of the PBS Series Downton Abbey are enjoying this book. The idea for The Bridgewater Chronicles came to me [...]
 
Book: After the Dark by Kathy Otten
Months in the trenches of France have left Liam Gallagher wondering why he has survived when better men did not. His guilt intensifies when he returns home only to come down with the deadly Spanish Influenza sweeping the country. Once again Liam lives when thousands do not. Now the only bright spot in his monotonous life is the time he spends each day walking with Rosalie Moretti. Their talks [...]
 
Book: One Shot by Nikki Ryan
Laci Walker thinks she's successfully put the past behind her until she finds herself face to face with the man who shattered her heart to smithereens four years ago. He had been drafted into the NHL after they had both graduated from college and yet, instead of sharing the accomplishment with her, he'd walked away, leaving her completely devastated. Now here they are, together again, in the [...]
 
Book: MOHEGAN SON - The Z-Spot Series by Zoe Scarlatti
Mohegan Son is the first episode in a multi-season account detailing Zoe Scarlatti's experiences growing up in Boston's North End. Part memoir, part crime drama, the Z-Spot Diaries come to life in a manner that renders Organized Crime and Law Enforcement confused and apprehensive. The work is murder. But it's a living. Each installment details a past infraction, current assignment, or future [...]
 
Book: Confidential Communications by J.R. Reardon
Rebecca Lawson, a young general-practice attorney in Vermont, expected to expand her practice when she was hired by Allan Richards to investigate a suspicious employee. Instead, she finds herself amidst national and international conspiracies, manipulations, and murder. With the help of an old colleague, Joshua Tameron, she learns that the financial security and innocent citizens of the United [...]
 
Book: Advice and Consent by J.R. Reardon
What if the key to stopping a wave of terrorist attacks against the U.S. Government lies in a 13 year old girl who is too terrified to talk??? US Supreme Court Justice Sean McNaught, the crucial swing vote on a divided court, has decided to retire, and it is up to President James Cotson to find his replacement. The President's search is plagued with problems: protests have sparked across the [...]
 
Book: Thea Gallas Always Gets Her Man by Kristen Panzer
"A great murder mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat...brilliantly written!"- NJ When neighbor Roy Groody goes missing, aspiring lactation consultant Thea Gallas is concerned. Roy's wife Dolores tells everyone Roy left her, which satisfies the authorities. Case closed. But why is Dolores digging in the back yard? And why has a crew shown up to pour a concrete slab out back? Thea Gallas [...]
 
Book: My Hilarious Sex Life by Andrew Tibor Halmay
This is a collection of autobiographical articles which frequently focus on comical aspects of the author's sex life over the past 75 years - in three countries on two continents. Sometimes a romantic, often a moralist, always a compulsive entertainer, the author takes pride in having once made a bed-mate laugh so hard she fell out of bed. Kirkus Reviews have written the following: "A mildly [...]
 
Book: The Girl in Red Pajamas (Pajama Trilogy Book 3) by Chris Birdy
The Girl in Red Pajamas begins when two lesbians have a smack down in a Boston restaurant. After one is found dead stuffed in the back of the other's SUV, their families line up and point fingers. Tensions mount as relatives question religious beliefs, and the police gather evidence to build a case against the survivor. Bogie McGruder becomes deeply involved in the investigation because one woman [...]
 
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: Pole Star (Z-Spot Diaries Book 3) by Zoe Scarlatti
Pole Star is Episode 3 of Zoe Scarlatti's groundbreaking Z-Spot Diaries. Bridling under the strain of taking over a complicated crime syndicate, Zoe returns to her life's work. If only for a brief assignment. Pole Star brings Zoe to Miami, a city she knows well, and has her in the employ of a jealous wife. But this time Zoe has some skin in the game. Murder. But it's a living. @ZoeScarlatti
 


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