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Book: His Frozen Heart (Brewer Brothers Book 1) by Nancy Straight
Finalist ~ Suspense Category ~ 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards - Bronze Medal Winner ~ Fictional Suspense ~ 2015 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards - Book 1, of the Brewer Brothers Series - Genre: Suspenseful Romance (suitable for all ages) For best friends, Candy and Libby, money is tight with hardly enough to cover their living expenses. When they are desperate for grocery [...]
 
Book: For Nicky by A.D. Ellis
From an award-winning author comes a sweet and sexy small-town romance that spotlights a brother's love, a woman's inner strength, and an unexpected romance. For Nicky, was voted #3 of the Top 50 Indie Books of 2014 by ReadFree.ly readers/voters. Elizabeth Decker views herself as shy, totally average, and pretty much insignificant. She's nothing special, at least not compared to her little [...]
 
Book: Backseat by Tom Wascoe
Michael's freshman year of college has not gone well either socially or academically. In 1969, failure from college or dropping out of school means the draft and possibly Vietnam. Michael desperately wants success, acceptance and popularity. He believes that pledging a campus fraternity can help put him on the right path. As the final hurdle to get into the fraternity, he must hitchhike 1,500 [...]
 
Book: Crossing Rivers by Larry Yoke
Crossing Rivers is the story of a young writer's journey into the past to discover long-hidden family secrets. Along the way, he finds more than just the key to the past. He finds the key to his future..." The story is full of tears, joy, humor, fear, terror, personal tragedy and a lot of love and forgiveness along the way. Finally, Hunter discovers that his faith in himself, in his mother and [...]
 
Book: Where's Merrill? a genealogical thriller by Gearoid O'Neary
"Where's Merrill?" is a uniquely crafted mystery thriller based upon real life historical events. In fact, it is two inter-related stories in one novel set in different time-frames, namely the past and the present. An Irish genealogist called Jed is commissioned by Tim, an American client, who needs to understand more about his mysterious maternal ancestry. Fate had dictated that Tim never got [...]
 
Book: Wheels of Justice and Other Stories by Les Williams
These stories stay with you. Memorable characters and memorable tales in a more than promising debut. Williams can WRITE. ~~Ed Gorman Les Williams' short stories are intriguing and always surprising. Don't miss this fine collection of mystery tales. ~~Livia J. Washburn (author of the bestselling Fresh Baked mystery series.) Les Williams is a wily storyteller who knows how to put a twist in the [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Country - Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl by Carol Bodensteiner
A treat as delicious as oatmeal cookies hot out of the oven - a memoir of a happy childhood. In charming and memorable vignettes, Carol Bodensteiner captures rural life on a family-owned dairy farm in the middle of America, in the middle of the 20th Century. In the 1950s, a family could make a good living on 180 acres. It was hard work, but everyone pitched in. Step back and relish a time simple [...]
 
Book: Liberty and Means - A novel by Kristin Dow
Someone is tracking Shannon Clark, altering the course of her life in a most unexpected, thrilling way. But as the familiar is gradually stripped away, she starts to feel disconnected and doesn't know who to trust. Family, friends, dating, work...nothing is the same and everything is complicated. Will Shannon learn to embrace her new world filled with golden opportunity or get lost amongst its [...]
 
Book: Dreaming of a Father's Love - A Tale From the Ohio Valley by Sharon A. Lavy
DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES IN THE CHURCH? Set in the rich back drop of the farming cradle of the Midwest, the Ohio Valley in the 1970s the novel, Dreaming of a Father's Love, is written for a woman's encouragement that her opinions are worthwhile. Her dreams are worthwhile. She is worthwhile, and worthy of love. Roberta "Birdie" Alexander has a dream. She's heard the men in her family talking about [...]
 
Book: The Heart Is Where The Angels Sing by Kenny Miller
This is a story family history from the 1960 period. America was getting turned upside down. Everly Brothers fans were being replaced by Beatles fanatics. Quiet American streets filled with rock throwing protestors. They protested race and war and environmenal policy. Kids strapped on the new Sony Walkman and the pleasant "hello" greeting was replaced with a blank stare. The dinner table became a [...]
 
Book: The Care of Goats and Ghosts (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 8) by Sharon Burch Toner
As a psychotherapist, Maggie McGill often had dealt with the ghosts of past deeds and past influencers on her clients, such as a domineering mother or an abusive father. She'd seen the actions of these long gone people haunt her clients and their issues. Now in Ireland, she wonders if there are other types of ghosts, as well. Maggie and daughter, Allie, explore their family history and find so [...]
 
Book: Bonfire Confessions of the Asshole Club by R.C. Allen
"Bonfire Confessions" is a tale of loss, friendship, self-forgiveness, and rebirth. Four strangers with buried secrets meet on a long bus trip, and form a bond they cannot break. Three of them interrupt their plans, and join Dan in his quest to fix up his parents' house after they are brutally murdered. They spend their days fixing up the old place, and their nights purging their inner demons [...]
 
Book: Out of the Ashes - A Novella by John Gramling [paperback]
Having gained its statehood a mere twenty years before the start of the war, it could be said that its most prized city was forged and founded on the cold steel framework of struggle and despair. However, the spirit of the city had never been fully extinguished. Every time it was physically or figuratively burned to the ground, a phoenix of determination and subsequent prosperity would rise from [...]
 
Book: Out of the Ashes - A Novella by John Gramling [ebook]
Having gained its statehood a mere twenty years before the start of the war, it could be said that its most prized city was forged and founded on the cold steel framework of struggle and despair. However, the spirit of the city had never been fully extinguished. Every time it was physically or figuratively burned to the ground, a phoenix of determination and subsequent prosperity would rise from [...]
 
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: The Man Who Built Boxes and other stories by Frank Tavares
"Each story is a minor masterpiece of the writer's craft." Midwest Book Review In these twelve stories, you'll meet a remarkable cast of complex, quirky characters tangled up in the limits they've put on their lives. Driven by love or loneliness, like the man in the title, they've boxed themselves in. Frank Tavares tells their stories with humor and compassion. And while the themes may be [...]
 
Book: The Skinvestigator - Tramp Stamp (The Sunshine State Trilogy) by Terry Cronin
The sign in front of Harry's office read "The Poe Skin Cancer Center"; It should have said "Here Comes Trouble!" Dermatologist and family man, Doctor Harry Poe, is dragged into a murder investigation and finds himself hip-deep in the unexpected world of illicit cosmetic surgery, tattoos, and flesh. "The Skinvestigator is for page-turner mystery fans." - Midwest Book Review - "It got under my [...]
 
Book: All The Way Home (Legacy Series) by Ann Tatlock
"Tatlock's rich descriptions and characterizations are unusually fresh and inventive."~Publishers Weekly From a rough section of Los Angeles during the late Depression years, to the civil rights struggles of the 1960s in the South, this novel is a searing portrayal of one family trapped by alcoholism and another living the typical middle class life. A true American story told through the eyes of [...]
 
Book: Parenting Great Girls - Giving Our Daughters the Courage to Live Authentic and Confident Lives by Jeannie Norris
In this engaging and aspirational book about raising confident and independent-minded adolescent girls, educator Jeannie Norris draws on her sixteen years of experience as head of an all-girls independent school to address the issues that challenge today's girls and their parents. WIth wit and insight she combines stories about her own Midwest ubringing, principles that governed her daily [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Bars by Brooke Williams
Beyond the Bars is a tense story carried out with the classic 'Rashomon effect', in which multiple-viewpoint characters go through similar events, each with a different experience. Nadia...a frantic mom searches for her missing daughter amid a bus explosion before her eyes. Brody...the Midwest rookie cop who tries to tame the crowds while checking in on his own family and newfound love. [...]
 
Book: I'm New at Being Old by Lucy Rose Fischer
This whimsical picture book for Baby Boomers has received a Midwest Book Award and an Independent Publishers Gold Award. I'm New at Being Old is a picture book for women. Offering wit, whimsy and vibrantly fanciful art, Lucy Rose Fischer captures the essence of what it feels like to be ''new at being old.'' At first, she wonders: Is she ready for this journey toward an alien universe ? She frets [...]
 
Book: Carr Square - The Village by M. Anthony Phillips
It's the late sixties in St. Louis, Missouri and four little boys come across a strange package in an abandoned building in the middle of Carr Square, a low-income housing complex right next to Pruitt-Igoe, the giant new housing project. Opening that package sets off a ticking time bomb for the two communities that could lead to a war if Michael, Tim, Tony, and Stevie can't stop the wheels that [...]
 
Book: Daughters of Deliverance by Lorry Lutz
In 1886, thirty-one year old Katharine Bushnell gives up her medical practice to work with women living on Chicago's Hell's Half Acre and in the brutal lumber camps of Wisconsin. Her love for God and passion to see women released from bondage lead her to risk her own freedom and reputation for their sakes. Secretly, she visits these women to learn first-hand of the daily trials and torments they [...]
 
Book: The Palm Reader (A Jackson Walker Thriller) by Christopher Bowron
"... fantastic characters and a truly spellbinding plot the best book in its genre I have ever read." Susan Keefe, TheColumbiaReview.com " A gripping thriller, which excels in unusual twists and turns, explorations of family heritage and truths, and one man's ongoing journey as he explores new connections and threats to his life. " Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review Jackson Walker once again [...]
 
Book: Bonfire Confessions - A tale of the American Automobile Ghost Town by R.C. Allen
"Bonfire Confessions of the Asshole Club" is a power drama that is set within an oft-ignored segment of the Americana experience-the Midwest automobile town. For those who grew up during a time when America reigned supreme, we had families, neighbors, and children that grew up alongside us, reveling in the experience of living in a booming community. When your parents knew the naughty things you [...]
 
Book: Rediscovering Charlie by J.P. Maximus
Dr. MacKinnon is the owner of a hospital at the leading edge of genetic research. He is on the verge of a cure for all diseases using gene therapy. Why are people trying to stop him? With his enemies lurking in the shadows, he suffers his greatest loss: the death of a loved one. Dr. MacKinnon possesses what no other facility does and everyone fears: He has the means to recover any person using [...]
 
Book: Written Off (Forensic Handwriting Mystery Book 7) by Sheila Lowe
In the dead of winter, handwriting expert Claudia Rose flies to Maine to interview convicted serial killer, Roxanne Becker. There, she is exposed to a shocking secret about a group of grad students dubbed "Maynard's Maniacs." Was Professor Maynard herself brutally murdered conducting research that turned deadly? Swept up in the mystery of Madeleine's life and death, Claudia soon realizes that the [...]
 
Book: Like Father, Like Son by mm pesola
LIKE FATHER LIKE SON is the story of one man's search for a lost love and another man's search for his soul. Set in the Midwest and California during the 1960s, the story centers around a profound love between two Country singers. He's alive, she's not. Dusty Rhodes has it all: money, fame, a woman he loves with his heart and soul. When Jeannie Owens suddenly marries someone else to further her [...]
 
Book: I'll Watch the Moon (Legacy Series) by Ann Tatlock
"Tatlock continues to weave 20th-century history into absorbing, finely crafted literary tales." - Library Journal A single mother embittered by an abusive marriage. An adventurous 14-year old son and the 10-year old daughter who adores him. A boarder in the house, a war refugee with a murky past. It's the summer of 1948, hot, and Polio stalks the children, taking them one by one. When it strikes [...]
 
Book: The Good, The Bad and The Murderous by Chester D. Campbell
Medicare fraud, drug trafficking, a hired killer, a crooked cop, it's a nightmare scenario PI Sid Chance finds himself in when he takes a tough assignment-prove a young man just out of prison for murder when he was twelve did not commit a new homicide. Everything is thrown upside down when Jaz LeMieux, the wealthy ex-cop working with him on the case, finds herself accused of a despicable crime, [...]
 


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