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Book: Tree/House by Jessica Knauss
When she turns thirty, Emma finds herself alone in adilapidated house in the middle of nowhere with a dead husband. Not exactly thelife of anyone's dreams. With the help of a vagrant who camps on her property, Emmacomes to understand that up to now, she's been asleep, allowing this nightmareto unfold. Does she have the courage and strength to move on and create her ownlife, by her own rules? Buy [...]
 
Book: Overlords Karma; Miami's Urban Chronicles; Volume 1 by Thomas Barr Jr.
Overlords Karma; Miami's Urban Chronicles; Volume I, an urban literary fiction portrays a biopic of the career of African-American politician; Arthur E. Teele; set in Miami's Overtown community. A Miami city commissioner commits suicide, after being overwhelmed by the trials and tribulations he faced as a professional minority which are comparably different from his nonminority counterparts. For [...]
 
Book: The Expelled by Mois Benarroch
An unexpected encounter at the central bus station with a woman identical to the Expelled's wife but thirty years younger, who happens to be the same person. An adulterous relationship that is not quite what it seems. A bus hijacked by terrorists, where two castes are formed, one superior, the front people, and another inferior and oppressed, the back people that support and justify the [...]
 
Book: Gates to Tangier by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE . "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." . "If I had a nomination vote for the nobel prize he'd be in the running." Klaus Gerken, Ygdrasil editor. . An international bestseller published in 8 languages (Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Hebrew, Arabic, English). When the father of the Benzimra family dies, he leaves a will informing his family of an illegitimate [...]
 
Book: Saint Paul Trois Châteaux - 1948 - A Novella by C. JoyBell C.
There are those who say life is a pathway one paves with many things: time, space, questions, answers, desires, fulfillment, and loss. They believe we carefully arrange each for cause and consequence to give life order and structure. Life, however, provides an alternative outlook, where it lays its elements according to its own will. The pavement is not carefully arranged; rather the elements lay [...]
 
Book: Chi'Town's Queen 2 by Fatima Munroe
Still making moves behind closed doors, Athena is back and still as ruthless as ever. O's urgent message sends her over the edge, but she has to handle the situation with the manners of a lady and actions of a boss. Kayden is released from rehab, and he and his twin brother Kenard work on repairing their broken relationship. Kayden proves himself more than capable to run Chicago, but is that [...]
 
Book: Chi'Town's Queen by Fatima Munroe
Growing up on the streets of Chicago, Athena Wilson had it rough. With an absentee mother and no knowledge of who her father was, she saw things that no child should see at a young age. Kenard, her boyfriend and first love, taught her everything she needed to know to survive on the streets. However, once she crossed paths with Walter, her life took an unforeseen turn which caused her to leave the [...]
 
Book: Hat Dance (Detective Emilia Cruz Book 2) by Carmen Amato
Acapulco's Detective Emilia Cruz battles her own worst fears as she hunts for a violent arsonist and a missing girl in this riveting crime thriller set against Mexico's drug war. "A thrilling series." -- National Public Radio Emilia's new lieutenant is a drunk. Her partner vowed to never work with a woman. And . . . her romantic dinner with new boyfriend Kurt Rucker abruptly ends when the [...]
 
Book: Lucena by Mois Benarroch
In one of his major works, Lucena, Benarroch goes from time travel to social comment, which brings to mind the hilarious novels of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. An old odd ancient man is reaching the age of 1,000 years and has to pass his legacy to his great great great grandson, and prepares him for a journey that will last a thousand years. His first days begin in the Jewish city of Lucena at the beginning [...]
 
Book: Living and Dying in the Rainbow Light - Volume III of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
Elizabeth Shaw finds herself in a dilemma of great magnitude when she's appointed by Judge J.T. Lockman to represent the most hated man in the rural county where she practices law. Her client is accused of killing a popular legal assistant who worked for the most powerful lawyer in the county, a man who's also about to announce his candidacy for governor of the state. Elizabeth's dream that she [...]
 
Book: Blood Brothers by Jody Zimmerman
A Page Turning Southern Gothic Psychological Thriller The Largest Art Heist in History Thirty-three year old Philip Hampton is an award winning freelance writer and investigative journalist. His younger brother, Billy, an A-list New Yorker, is on the brink of stardom in the international art market. Orphaned as children, the two brothers are the only family either has until Billy is murdered. [...]
 
Book: Brown Scarf Blues by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." Reeling from the deaths of two loved ones, an Israeli writer travels to Spain--his ancestors' homeland--for a conference of Sephardic Jews. In Seville, he finds a scarf that comforts him for thirteen days. Then, just as suddenly, it vanishes in Madrid. For the writer, the scarf becomes a symbol of loss: of goodbyes to things and people. [...]
 
Book: A Beautiful Bounty - Book One of the Davenport Trilogy by Melissa Lurquette
An Adventurous Twist On An Historical Western Tale of Action and Romance! A Beautiful Bounty: Book One of the Davenport Trilogy Passion is easy. Love is fraught with risk! Shiara Montgomery, young and independent, is convinced that marriage is not for her, despite her father's insistence. With a harsh step-mother, an absent mother, and unconventional ideas, Shiara enjoys her independence and [...]
 
Book: Made for Each Other - A Contemporary Christian Romance (Grandma Mandy Series Book 1) by Karen Cogan
When Lissa arrives in New Mexico, her grandmother is recovering from a mild illness so Grandma's young friend, Jason, picks Lissa up from the airport. Though Lissa's attraction to him is immediate, she refuses to be tempted into romance. with a man in a creative profession. She knows from experience that the insecurity of his job would cause her stress and she has worked too hard, even at the [...]
 
Book: The Crystilleries of Echoland by Dew Pellucid
An award-winning teen fantasy-mystery Described by readers as "complex", "intriguing", "imaginative", "gripping", "Harry Potter-like". THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN disappear from our world. No one sees the kidnapping; or if they do, they forget. But one toddler returns after a week, riding a wolf with a falcon circling over him. That boy is Will Cleary. Will tries to live a normal life. But his twin [...]
 
Book: Under Gaslight by Michelle Wareham
It is 1918. The Great War is coming to an end, and Mary is holding hope her husband, Eli, a soldier, is still alive, although he has not written for three months. Worse still, Eli's army pay has vanished, and Mary's family is barely living on the breadline. At home, in a poverty stricken workers' town in the industrial North of England, there is Mary's mother Beatrix, who will never speak his [...]
 
Book: Soul Of A Soldier - Reflections by Stevenson Benoit
Soul of a Soldier is a journey through the life of Stevenson Benoit. With his collection of poems, you are able to travel with him through the course of life. You experience all of his ups and downs, the good and the bad, the joy and the pain. Written over a course of a several years, you are able to grow and learn with him through each and every poem. A wide array of life's emotions are depicted [...]
 
Book: Frostproof by Neil Ostroff
That scream you hear while reading... it's your own! Some friendships are best forgotten. Coping with deep financial difficulties and a failing marriage, Niles Goodman is delighted when a figure from his past, Cody Larson, shows with a map and story of buried riches. Embarking on a two thousand mile trip, the journey quickly escalates into horrifying episodes of violence, greed, and terror. Along [...]
 
Book: Perfect Score by Susan Roebuck
'Perfect Score' is about the rite of passage of two young men, Alex and Sam, from the opposite side of the tracks. Alex lives in his uncle's mansion, and while money and a stable future have been lined up for him by his powerful and withholding uncle, he wants nothing more than to be a song writer and to live happily ever after with Sam -- a boy he met once when he was in his teens. Sam's life is [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Flash Artist by Renald Iacovelli
In Confessions of a Flash Artist, performance artist Dr. Humphrey Humdinger makes the case for "Dramatic Exposure" as an avant-garde art form capable of achieving new heights of dramatic expression. How he invented this art, his first crude attempts in it, his final mastery of it, and all the aesthetic and philosophical notions that occurred to him along the way, make his memoir a groundbreaking [...]
 
Book: Story of The Ghost by Charles Mahoney
Story of The Ghost is my debut novel that took me roughly 2.5 years to write. The title stems from my experience playing football at The University of Arizona. This was in the mid 90's. One day, a person who I did not know came up to me and said, "Hey, you're The Ghost." I had never heard that before and so I shrugged it off. Years later, the notion of that moment and those words struck me. Here [...]
 
Book: In the Calyx by Libre Paley
What kind of woman would swap mundane reality for erotic adventure? Charlotte is worn out juggling the demands of work and home. Until one steamy summer day she steps out of her workplace and into an anonymous black car sent to collect her. She wakes up in the in the opulent setting of "The Estate" to meet its owner, the formidable and enigmatic 'Mrs. K'. Charlotte's host presents her with the [...]
 
Book: Coinman - An Untold Conspiracy by Pawan Mishra
Coinman is one of life's victims, the receiver of subtle bullying in an office environment and thinly disguised control in his own home, but remains true to his desire to be polite and accepting of how he is treated by everyone. Then an incident at work changes all that. Huffington Post: One of the best literary fiction books of 2016 (Independently Published).
 
Book: When Darkness Falls by Murasaki Hideki
When darkness falls, one man rises up to fan the flames. He is the architect of revolution; his steely grey eyes focused on victory and the domination of his world. Time is running out; his enemies are legion. He faces possible betrayal by members of his own family and stands to lose the one woman he loves to another man. Drake Halifax must find a way to retrieve the Cities from Resistance [...]
 
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: Miss Sophisticated Bitch by Riiva Williams
Emma Ross was a small time lawyer at Regals and Ports attorneys at law office. No one quite took an interest in her or her life story, until that faithful day when Jerome McKinney Jr. came waltzing back into her life. Jerome McKinney Jr. is a sexy knows it all lawyer following in his father's footsteps but when he reunites with his high school classmate the attraction was instant. When Jerome [...]
 
Book: September Wind by Kathleen Janz-Anderson
'Martha dropped the curtain and pulled Emily closer. "A storm is headed our way, little one. I can feel it in my bones."' 1942-1960: Emily lives the first eighteen years of her life on her grandfather's farm with a burden of misfortune and hardship. When the school board forces Grandfather's hand, Emily is allowed to attend school. She experiences her first real friendship, the thrill and pain of [...]
 
Book: The Mummy by Renald Iacovelli
Essentially this is a story about changing about realizing one is stuck in a rut and anaesthetized into an unconscious acceptance of routine and adopted expectations, and finding that there is after all more to life than what one has come to expect from it. This reevaluation sometimes occurs when there is the death of a loved one, or a health crisis; in THE MUMMY, it occurs to Harold Ostrich when [...]
 
Book: Christmas is coming! Wow! by Charles Obutte
From an Amazon's best-selling author comes the story of a young woman, Liz, who is excited and can't wait to reconnect with her childhood memories and loved ones this Christmas. Excerpts from the book: "Christmas is coming! Wow! Tick tock sounds the clock!" "I hope to see many of my loved ones in the countryside of Lennox. I miss our family home." "I miss dad. He is always cheerful. I used to [...]
 
Book: Thug-Addict - The Evolution by Raphael Brown
THUG-ADDICT: The Evolution is an urban story of Devon Mays. He went from a child to an adult where he experience the trials of life. He was raise in the Housing projects of Brooklyn, East New York where he grew up watching the fast-life, and was intrigued by the sinful desires. He went to jail at a young age for shooting a bully, and he seek revenge. His mother and father was an addict. He [...]
 
Book: Now Is the Time to Believe by Thomas E Walker
Now is the Time to Believe will connect you to something greater than yourselves through explaining how God has always loved us and shown mercy so that each generation is given an opportunity to learn and build a personal relationship with Him. Now is the Time to Believe provides each reader with a different approach to understanding who God is and why God loves us so much that He has continually [...]
 
Book: A cup of coffee and a good talk by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
This book rescues the pleasure of reading good texts addressing several contemporary subject matters such as friendship, faith, the advantages of getting old, happiness and many others. More than offering solutions and answers, it entices the reader to reflect on its own. So that, relax with your cup of coffee and enjoy the reading.
 
Book: Fall Into You by Liz Loughlin
Shea Finnegan always played it safe. Khali Reza made her break all of her own rules. She was a Catholic lawyer and the daughter of a prominent U.S Senator, who grew up cautious and hyper-aware of public appearances. He was a Pakistani Muslim businessman on a one year visa in New York. It was only supposed to be a fling, but when you fall, gravity has a way of taking over. When Khali must return [...]
 
Book: The Wampum Exchange by Rosemary McKinley
Long Island author, Rosemary McKinley has written a young adult historical novella, The Wampum Exchange, set in 1650, Southold, New York. A twelve-year-old boy has a chance meeting with a Native American boy and their worlds connect in a most interesting way. The tale is told through their daily lives, giving the reader a glimpse into life in America. Middle grade readers, as well as adults would [...]
 
Book: The Color of My Soul by Melanie S Hatter
Kira Franklin, a black newspaper reporter in Southwest Virginia in 1993, begins to question her own culture when she pursues a story on a local Cherokee community raising money to reclaim ancestral lands. The Harper family is part of a long line of Cherokee tribe leaders, and their knowledge and devotion to retaining their history make Kira long for a sense of place, a sense of self. But the [...]
 


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