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Book: Rus in Urbe by James Lawless
I am a city guy with a rural heart. I was born and raised in Dublin and now divide my time between County Kildare and West Cork. That accounts for the division of the book in two halves,and the title, Rus in Urbe, award winning contemporary poems of country and city life. Some of these poem trace back to the Liberties of Dublin where I was born, others to the suburbs of Dublin and to Kildare and [...]
 
Book: American Voices by Zeena Nackerdien
American suburbs are populated with mostly white and wealthy residents, white picket fences, and children preparing themselves for corporate positions at Ivy-league schools. Connecticut certainly fits this profile, as it is often cited as a state with the densest concentration of wealth in the USA. But labels or hashtags can be misleading, especially in an age when voices tend to congregate in [...]
 
Book: The Avenue by James Lawless
The Provenance of The Avenue (from a letter to Gabriel Byrne) My family moved from the Liberties to the suburbs of Walkinstown when I was six so The Avenue is in a way a chronological continuation of Perceiving Oranges and represents my response to the myth of suburbia as a panacea for the ills of society. The story hangs essentially as a picture of suburban degeneration. My family like a lot of [...]
 
Book: Under a Raging Moon by Mike Sherer
A mother and her possessed son battle for their lives against a horde of demons intent on not only their destruction but the death of the unborn child she carries. Stressed-out single mother Vivian has to fetch twelve-year old son Kody from an overnight after he gets into a fight with the friend he was spending the night with. On the way home she nearly runs over a man out for a night jog. Who [...]
 
Book: Permanent Damage by Kirby Wright
This is a collection of poetry and prose poetry in 2 mini books that are entitled "Circling For the Kill" and "Forces of Nature." All have been previously published in online literary reviews or hard copy university magazines and journals. The thread that unifies the poems is a disillusioned narrator living an unfulfilled life that seems to circle without going anywhere. He sees similar lives [...]
 
Book: The Girl with the Green Violin (Etched Press Poetry Series Book 6) by Kirby Wright
A landscape of acute memory and euphonious daily life, The Girl with the Green Violin delivers the raw and the cooked to readers. It is a poetry chapbook unmatched in its tender desire. Wright is an expert. When the speaker addresses a second person, it is we who feel its power. We salivate for each line before and after "You belong to me / Or at least the part of me // That makes you hunger." In [...]
 
Book: The Little Apple (Allie's Adventures) by Deborah Smith Ford
Award-winning "The Little Apple" is about life on an apple farm. A child s take on the daily work, play and other responsibilities of a farm. A sneak peek at a child s personal feelings when it comes to family, friends, home, pets and the farm. Intimate details are lived and remembered - every scent, sight, touch and sound form such lasting memories for this child as well as for the readers. [...]
 
Book: The Little Goat in Africa (Allie's Adventures) by Deborah Smith Ford
This award-winning children's book is fiction and the second in the series of "Allie's Adventures." The first book is "The Little Apple" about life on a farm. In "The Little Goat in Africa," however, it is about a child's take on her travels in an action/adventure type genre. Allie meets new friends along the way on her adventures - some are human, some are not! Awards: 1 First Place Winner from [...]
 
Book: Thick Blood Theory - When Conspiracy Means Murder by Kyle Robertson
How do you solve a murder case when you're the speculated culprit? Lieutenant J. Derricks is a great homicide detective in the Culver City Police Department. He transferred to the suburbs after his partner was shot and killed in a tragic robbery attempt in L.A. Derricks was bitter after that fiasco. He went through so many rookie detectives vying to be his partner that he hazed into a transfer. [...]
 
Book: Eldorado by Jay Allan Storey
Lost and alone in the desolate wasteland that was once suburbia. In an energy-starved future, Richard Hampton's world is blown apart when his younger brother Danny disappears and the police are too busy trying to keep a lid on a hungry, overcrowded city to search for him. Richard has to make the transformation from bookish nerd to street-smart warrior to survive when he jumps the Food Train for [...]
 
Book: Pulp by Neil Ostroff
Nothing is as it seems! As pulp fiction writer, Kevin Turner's life is unraveling he receives a panicked call from his ex-girlfriend Tina, a high-priced hooker. The mayor's married son is dead in her bed and she needs Kevin's assistance. As if Kevin doesn't have enough problems. When Kevin discovers Tina's psychotic brother chopped up and removed the body, and Kevin's fingerprints are all over [...]
 
Book: Through Shade and Shadow (Shades and Shadows Book 1) by Natalie J Case
Mason Jerah is a Shade, a mythical healer, living in secret in Northern California. Alaric Lambrecht is a Shadow, an empath and psychic, working alongside his family in the suburbs of Sacramento. After a serial killer is caught, and discovered to be a Shade, it sets in motion an unexpected tidal wave that affects them both. As the United States begins to tear itself apart with violence and [...]
 
Book: The Iraql Debacle -- a Wrecktrospective by Appleton Schneider
From so soon after 9/11, the intent to invade Iraq seemed inane, if not insane. There was no evidence linking Saddam to the attack. That he supposedly had hordes of weapons of mass destruction poised to be instantly deployed, made the months'-long military buildup seem absurd. Worse, our significantly "overland" march of our troops into Iraq!! And so much else just didn't make sense. For example, [...]
 
Book: 39 Sixty by T.P. Johnson
In this thrilling romantic suspense story, with less than three days until the holiday, Aedan O'Beirne discovers his family is missing. He has until the first stroke of midnight on Christmas Day to find them, or he will lose them forever. In this romance story, the pace and suspense increases as Aedan sets out on a transforming and pain-filled race to find his family. Alone, bloodied and bruised, [...]
 
Book: A Dash of Daring - Contemporary Christian Romance (Taste of Romance Book 3) by Elizabeth Maddrey
God doesn't always call us to do what's easy. Amy Harris is the after-school care coordinator and long-term sub at the same inner city high school she graduated from. She's always avoided the complications of dating outside her multi-ethnic heritage. Until Zach got hired. Zach Wilson took a teaching job in a D.C. public school as part of a student-loan forgiveness program. Nearing the end of his [...]
 
Book: An Immoral Proposal - Forbidden Love Under Apartheid by Jennifer B. Graham
Picture this. She's from a lower socio economic family, left school at sixteen, works as clerk in a factory. He's from an affluent background, private school education, university degree, member of exclusive social clubs, home in the leafy suburbs. What's the likelihood of their having a relationship: Intimacy? - Probably not. Physical? - For sure. But would it last? Not a chance. In fact, [...]
 
Book: Living with Markus by Florence Osmund
2016 B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree - Forced to choose between cultivating a satisfying life for himself and rescuing his dysfunctional family members from their certain demise causes Marc to question the importance of family. Having put an embittered past behind him, Marc builds a successful landscaping business with clientele from the affluent suburbs of Chicago and starts to appreciate the finer [...]
 
Book: In Transit by Kathleen Gerard
When a psychic in a shopping mall tells Rita Del Vecchio that she is "destined for greatness," and she will "marry a man in uniform," the restless, wet-behind-the-ears, 22 year-old decides to finally take control of her life. Rita sets out on a quest to become a New York City Police Officer. But can a spry, feisty, single woman thrive in the gritty world of New York's Finest? Leaving behind the [...]
 
Book: Get Out of My Dreams by Allan J. Lewis
Get Out Of My Dreams Alice and John Timberlake lead a quiet life in the suburbs of California. John is a prison officer at the California State Prison, and Alice assists the Agony Aunt columnist, with big dreams of becoming a reporter. One morning they awaken to their lives turned upside down John is on the couch with no recollection of how he got there, the front door lock is unbolted, and the [...]
 
Book: Latitudes - A Story of Coming Home by Anthony Caplan
A coming of age novel about a boy overcoming divorce and cultural dislocation. When Father and Mother, a highflying young American lawyer and his party-hard bride, fall prey to the self-destructive lure of alcohol and sexual liberation, Will and his sisters pay the price in divorce and kidnappings that take them back and forth between the rain forest hideaways of coastal Latin America and the [...]
 
Book: It Doesn't Always Rain - A Collection of Literary Erotica by Tess Mackenize
Melissa is surprised when her boyfriend wants to watch her perform oral sex on other men. Naomi's boyfriend asks her to have a threesome with one of his friends. Bec moves back to her family farm in rural Australia, and is lonely and horny too, while Michelle moves to the suburbs, a long way from everyone she knows, and feels the same. Anna masturbates out of loneliness and boredom, and gets [...]
 
Book: The Oldest Woman in the World and Other Stories from Haiti by Kirk Colvin
I spent two years (1984-86) as the Coast Guard Attache to the U. S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Looking back all these years later, I realize that those two years were the the most intense, most moving, most heart-wrenching years of my life. I was your typical middle-class white American when I arrived in Haiti--I'd grown up in the comfortable suburbs of the San Francisco Peninsula. I'd [...]
 
Book: Koro by C.J. Birch
'Koro' is a fable-like telling in the tradition of old African ways of the coming of age of a black Zimbabwean boy, Wittington Mudeka. Wittington has a close relationship to his mother, with whom he lives in a domestic set-up adjacent to the main house where his mother works. He travels across the border to find work once it becomes clear that his prospects for work in his home town are [...]
 
Book: Blood Family - Quest for the Vampire Key by Mark Knight
Finding out you're adopted is one thing, but finding out that you're a half vampire who was adopted by a fire-and-brimstone preacher is enough to turn your life upside down. As 17-year-old Daniel Dark goes on a journey to find his vampire roots, he is pursued by his father - hellbent on destroying the boy he had taken in as his own. The new dark paranormal adventure by Mark Knight. BLURB: Life as [...]
 
Book: Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking - Complete Version by Mark Sutton
The greatest pervert and stalker that the United Kingdom has ever known is finally here in this full-length tale of warped desires and unhinged passion! Jeremy Felliwell is a very strange and unhinged individual; recently released back into society from a mysterious 'establishment', and shunned by most of his family because of 'that thing that happened with great auntie Mavis shortly after [...]
 
Book: American Panorama - A Comprehensive Guide to the Culture of the United States by Michael H. Collins
American Panorama provides a comprehensive up to date guide to the culture of the United States in 12 chapters for the citizen, citizenship applicant, businessperson, the civics, language and culture student and the traveler, particularly readers who have limited access to libraries. American Panorama is a concise encyclopedia informed by the latest scholarship and statistics. In easy language, [...]
 
Book: Jeremy's Juicy Pair by Mark Sutton
A double-bill of perversion... 'Jeremy's Juicy Pair' contains the two full length novels, 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking', and it's sequel, 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker'. 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking' Jeremy Felliwell is a very strange and unhinged individual; recently released back into society from a mysterious 'establishment', and shunned by most of his family [...]
 


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