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Book: Pigeon Blood (The Detective Rein Connery Series) by B. A. Braxton
Pigeon Blood - The Detective Rein Connery Series, Book One - Washed-up, loser, no-account lush... that is how Dr. Blair Vaughn's dental colleagues have described him for years. But when Blair witnesses a double murder during an alcoholic blackout and subsequently starts to piece together the reasons why those murders have come to pass, his colleagues begin to rethink their low opinion of him. [...]
 
Book: A Michigan Photo Presentation Second Edition by John Macdonald
"A Michigan photo Presentation Second Edition" by John Macdonald presents 178 beautiful Michigan photographs , including waterfalls, sunsets, architecture, wildlife, Great Lakes ships, and more. The book is a fast read because it is almost exclusively photographs. Michigan is a wonderful state for photography. The Upper "Peninsula alone has over 500 waterfalls.The waterfalls of the Upper [...]
 
Book: Oatcakes, Tea, and Me by Ruth Kyser
Ann Grant is in a rut. Her grandson just got married to the love of his life, and as a widow, Ann is now all alone, living in her little house in South Haven, Michigan. Then her best friend deserts Ann, and she can't help but wonder what God has planned for the rest of her life. At almost seventy-years-old, is Ann's life over? Then Ann decides to step out in faith and go with her grandchildren to [...]
 
Book: Reflections and Opinions of a Mental Health Professional by Henry Claude Barbot, M.D.
"Reflection and opinion of a mental health professional" is a collection of dynamic episodes that I have encountered during my 20 years working with the human mind. This literary work identified the impact of the devastation, which is inflicted to individuals suffering from mental illnesses and disorders. Sharing my insight, I have utilized poetry as the platform to discuss how mental illnesses [...]
 
Book: BE A HIGH ACHIEVER - ACHIEVING ALL-ROUND SUCCESS IN COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY by Franklin H. Ezenwa
Have you ever wondered why some students excel at school while others do not? Would you love to achieve success in the key areas of your student life? Be A High Achiever: Achieving All-round Sucess in College & University is fully loaded with tested and proven ideas and techniques that will help you achieve the success you desire at school - college or university.In this book, Franklin H. Ezenwa [...]
 
Book: The Strange Curse of Breda by Steven Arnett
It's 1971 and a horrible murder has occurred near the town of Breda in west Michigan. A young woman, Jane Lucas, has been dragged into the woods and stabbed. The letters ZOSO from the Led Zeppelin album have been written in blood on her waist, which leads the police to think it might be a cult murder. Suspicion falls on the commune located on a farm near the town. The shock and horror townspeople [...]
 
Book: Dead of Winter by PJ Parrish
Available for the first time in eBook! Read the thriller that launched the award-winning New York Times bestselling Louis Kincaid series. In the quaint tourist town of Loon Lake, Mich., a killer is taking his vengeance. One by one, the bodies of cops are found, brutally executed, with mysteriously coded death cards placed with each corpse - the gruesome signature of a psychopath. And the only [...]
 
Book: The Feminine Art by Weam Namou
Set in America and the Middle East in the early 1990s, The Feminine Art is the story of Suham, a married woman who distracts herself from boredom by trying to find her nephew, Michael, a wife. The perfect bride happens to be in Baghdad. As the arranged wedding takes a shape of its own, Suham and Michael are challenged to face the truths within themselves that had been kept hidden behind tradition [...]
 
Book: Old Town Nights (Blood & Company Book 1) by Linda Lee Williams
When Abby Lawrence shows a house to Ambrose Slater, she's unable to resist the sexy, enigmatic man--a powerful mortal with fangs. After she meets the vampire's quirky clan, her feelings for him become more conflicted. His brother's disastrous marriage to a regular woman further complicates matters for the couple. Ambrose and Abby face a heart-rending decision: To risk losing their love or to set [...]
 
Book: The Mismatched Braid by Weam Namou
To escape the military under Saddam's harsh regime, Amel flees Baghdad after the Gulf War, just before his eighteenth birthday. Smart choice! He illegally immigrates into Athens, where he meets his first adversities one of which is a boss captivated by women and trees, the other a roommate who switches price stickers on grocery products to charge Amel more money. Amel's world changes when Dunia, [...]
 
Book: Somaxx by Gary G. Tibbetts
Desperately risking everything to escape his unraveling life in 2014, Scott Palmer constructs a pod that allows him so sleep almost without ageing. He awakens in 2045 to find a future which has solved many of the vexing problems of his time, but still has serious challenges. His guide to 2045 is a helpful but arrogant robot. His love life becomes a mess once again after a sizzling experience with [...]
 
Book: Sisters of the Night (Blood & Company Book 2) by Linda Lee Williams
Emaline Hoffbrau is a beautiful, confident vampire. After losing the vampire man she loved, she doubts that her soul mate exists. When the charming Garrett Thompson comes along, he turns her world upside-down. Can Garrett accept what Emaline is? Or will he break her heart in a different way? Juliana Slater is a gorgeous, manipulative vampire. She's married to Chad Browning, a "regular man." [...]
 
Book: Rigor Mortis (The Dex Morneau Series Book 1) by Jeni Decker
Dex Morneau is a self-described long-haired heap of sinew and gristle, with too few clients and too much drinking time on his hands. He's comfortable in his own skin, uncomfortable around anyone else's - tired, apathetic, and generally resigned to both, due to his propensity toward circumspection. He supplements his private detective work with process serving, and is none too happy about that [...]
 
Book: The Flavor of Cultures by Weam Namou
Mervat was born in Iraq as a minority Christian and in the late 1970s and came to America at age two. Torn between her cultural heritage which dates back over 7300 years and the new land of freedom and opportunity, she watches friends live an Americanized lifestyle while she clings onto Middle Eastern traditions, all along yearning for the courage to follow her own path, to "Trust thyself" as [...]
 
Book: Lost in the '90s by Frank Anthony Polito
"AS LONG AS I LIVE, I WILL NEVER FORGET THE NIGHT OF 4.7.12..." KURT loves the 1990s! Thanks to his parents who graduated Hazel Park High the exact same year he was born - 1994 - he's a walking encyclopedia of '90s nostalgia from "American Pie" to Zima. DAVE dreams of becoming the next Kurt Cobain. But first, he has to get himself out of "Hazeltucky" - and away from the pretty cheerleader he's [...]
 
Book: Dead Eye Will (An American Hero) by R. Frederick Riddle
The War of 1812 had broken out. William Riddle and his two older brothers joined the army to fight the British. William ("Will") quickly made a name for himself and was called Dead Eye. War, adventure, and romance follow Dead Eye through the years from 1812 to 1836. Throughout those years Dead Eye is an American hero who learns that God is sufficient in all areas of life!
 
Book: Lake Surrender by Carol Grace Stratton
"A promising tale of redemption and perseverance." Publishers Weekly Illumination Book Award Winner - Winner of the Prismatic Prospects Favorite Read Award Quicker than you can say "downsized, unemployed, and divorced," Ally Cervantes finds herself with the Pacific Ocean in her rearview mirror as she and her two children head to Lake Surrender in rural Northern Michigan to live with her aunt. The [...]
 
Book: Tales From Gulu by Camille Khairallah
This book is a summary of what it is like to visit Gulu, Uganda through CVAP (Concordia Volunteer Abroad Program) and it is dedicated to past, present and future participants of the program. It reflects my personal opinion on what I have experienced in Acholiland and helps the reader imagine what it is like to live in such an environment. This book is not only dedicated for CVAPers per se, [...]
 
Book: The Ending Dark by Jen Walker
When Athena Martin decides to study abroad in Paris for a semester she is certain the experience will change her life - she just doesn't imagine how much. The studious redhead steps off the plane ready for an adventure and is quickly entranced by the City of Light. But the city isn't the only thing that has captured her attention. Luc is more than just a handsome History professor and Athena is [...]
 
Book: Gifted by Mark O'Neal
The story takes place in a post-recession Atlanta, and Greer Matthews was a gifted student enrolled at Clark University who had just wrapped up a stressful third year of school. His mother was struggling to make ends meet back home in Chicago, so he had taken on a full-time job in addition to his studies to help her out. His family had faced hard times several times in the past, and he was [...]
 
Book: No Such Thing by Judi Coltman
A killer lurked the Woodward Avenue corridor of Oakland County, Michigan in 1976-77. His prey; children. For a year, he stalked, abducted and murdered young boys and girls, laying their bodies out in public to be easily found. The killing stopped abruptly in 1977, but the killer was never found. This is the story of what could have happened. Newly divorced and ready to relaunch herself, Sydney [...]
 
Book: Further Education by Richard Brennan
Further Education is an exciting culture clash between a working-class student full of common sense and experience of politics, and a group of dogmatic upper middle class students. The clash becomes murderous when the group invite an extremist to speak at their university. The book explores how political dogma can suck people in as well as the rise of materialism and misogyny among students. [...]
 
Book: One Flesh by Nick Sweet
Brothers Owein and Selwyn live in a small Welsh mining village in the early 1980s. Owein falls in love with the beautiful Rhiannon, but doesn't realize she's only in it to get to his brother, whom she secretly adores. Heartbroken and furious, Owein takes matters to his own hands, changing the future of their family forever. Years later, Selwyn struggles at giving free rein to urges still [...]
 
Book: Redacted - A search for truth about the murder of Janette Roberson by Jeni Decker
On January 19, 1983, Janette Roberson was murdered in the basement pet department of the Gambles Store on Upton Avenue in Reed City, Michigan. Over thirty years later, the brutal crime is still unsolved and the perpetrator remains free. This book is a journey to seek the truth about what happened that day, and why justice has yet to be served. For more information on this case and the other [...]
 
Book: Academia - Through the Eyes of a Preacher by William James Carter I
Academia: Through the Eyes of a Preacher contains a number of research papers completed by Elder William James Carter. The works are presented in their raw, unedited form as submitted to Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary so that readers may learn from the writing errors. These essays presented with minor mistakes included should serve not only to aid in the improvement of student writing but [...]
 
Book: Close Before Striking by James Clayton Rogers
Hank Cheatham, a professor of American History at a state university, has begun to suspect he is losing his mind. He has frequent blackouts, and often regains consciousness at the airport, with no idea if he is coming or going. He has inexplicably given his daughters permission to do things that would have been inconceivable only a month earlier. He is convinced that the South won the battle of [...]
 
Book: Guy Ridley by Richard French
A Creative Bookseller Deals With Problems that Threaten his Sanity - Guy Ridley, in his late fifties, runs a second-hand bookstore near an urban university in the American Midwest. He understands academic procedures and might have been a scholar and teacher himself, but now he walks along a parallel road that no academic would take. Devoted to Cervantes' novel Don Quixote, he writes short stories [...]
 
Book: Memory Lake - The Forever Friendships of Summer by Nancy Kyme
2012 Next Generation Indy Book Award winner, Inspirational Category. Summer Camp. These two words have been known to inspire many things in the hearts of young girls and prospective campers - from fear, loneliness and anxiety, to joy, freedom, and lessons learned that will last a lifetime. In Memory Lake by Nancy S. Kyme the author's experience begins with the former, and is transformed by the [...]
 
Book: Fire in the Mountain by Lily Ennis
Set against the backdrop of an erupting volcano in New Zealand's North Island, Lana wrestles with her recent grief, for survival on the mountain and her future with a man whose past she was once part of. Woven through her narrative is Alfred's story and the theft of war medals, and which Lana finds herself enmeshed in, further threatening her life. Follow Lana as she tries to extricate herself [...]
 
Book: Letters From A Whoremonger's Wife by Danita Clark Able
Letters From A Whoremonger's Wife is a memoir, the story of a family. It is the story of an addiction to adultery; an addiction equal in destruction to drugs and alcohol. It is the story of a man who used his frustrations with life against his family, in the form of physical and emotional abuse; yet who, with deception and manipulation, successfully maintained an image of an ideal family man. It [...]
 
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: Embracing Hope by Janell Butler Wojtowicz
Christian college dean Drew McKinley mourns his dead wife and still wears his wedding ring. He stumbles on a desperate journey to understand God's motives for her tragic death. Crossing his perilous path is Allison, a graduate student and new employee in the dean's office. Even as she deals with financial hardships, she recognizes Drew's unresolved grief from her own loss. Putting up a roadblock [...]
 
Book: The Soul Institute by Michael D. Smith
At Moolka Waxtor's farewell party in the English Department offices, Derrick Dexter recoils in dismay at their out of control lovemaking in a closet minutes earlier. How can he handle an affair with his flirty cousin? Should he try to escape the oppressive Soul Institute with her? How can he deal with his wife Jipo, TSI's ruthless administrator? But Moolka, now fully in love with Derrick, [...]
 
Book: Surveys by Richard French
Looking for Renewal, Two Artists Help a School Recover from Scandal - Daniel Morley, a painter in his 60's, and his wife Sonja, a photographer, leave their home in Europe to live on a university campus in a large Midwestern American city. This is the neighborhood where Daniel spent his childhood and left with his mother in his teens. He hasn't been back for many decades. The story follows several [...]
 
Book: Wild Horseback Ride by Walt Lamberg
This collection of short stories presents a variety of characters and experiences, often with a measure of humor. In "Wild Horseback Ride" a young boy, who loves to play cowboys and Indians, gets closer to a horse than he wants to be. In "Promise," a graduate student in English learns the full meaning of the word "promise." In "T for Texas, T for Tyrone, Too," a new teacher at a community college [...]
 


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