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Book: The Sheriff Takes a Bride by Tess Matthews
Sheriff Zeke Oakley has two problems - raiders attacking homesteads and a girl named Spring. Spring is a country girl with a heart of gold and a red hot temper both of which get her in a lot of trouble, especially with the handsome Sheriff. Zeke has been exasperated by Spring since the day they met. He believes Spring is in need of discipline and is ready to administer it himself if need be. [...]
 
Book: Life Knows No Bounds - One Who Loves You More by Andrea Clinton
One Who Loves You More is about Alisa, a gold digger who's adopted some really selfish ways. She believed her biggest fault was using men for money, but when her tantrums endanger her relationship and flip her life upside down, Alisa finds herself lonely and alone, rehashing her life and trying to figure out how she got there. I wrote this book for all the women and young women who've made a [...]
 
Book: Kidnap by Neil Colby
Jasper felt the plane drop at stomach-wrenching speed. A flash of lightning rippled across the windshield and briefly lit up the flight deck. He could hear the fuselage creaking as it was tortured by the high-velocity winds. They were losing altitude fast. Jack Owen is the pilot of a floatplane that's perfect for island-hopping, but this time he's carrying a secret cargo that transforms his [...]
 
Book: The Other Side Of Darkness by Katie Haynes
We all believe that nothing could make us into something that we normally aren't. But, when your mind starts to drift and your thoughts aren't so pure, and it tells your body what to do, your emotions are taken to a new level, that you have never been before, and you pass over to...The other side of Darkness.
 
Book: They Don't Shoot Horses - A Cold Springs Mystery by Sara Caudell
Jolted out of bed by gunshots, Susie Wheeler's peaceful widowhood of gentling and training abused horses is shattered. She has bullet holes in her barn and dead horses. Susie infuriates meddling relatives and challenges those who would call her abused horses dangerous. Then with the help of her small-town friends and the Cimmarron County Sheriff, they take on horse thieves and mysterious [...]
 
Book: Pirates Plunder - A Nate Nevwas Adventure by Chris Keys
Subtle intrique Exciting storyline Suspenceful and thrilling If you only buy one book Buy this book! You'll love it! Nate Nevwas, a disabled writer is also an amateur crime fighter, with a knack of sticking his nose where it doesn't belong and then having to solve a crime to save himself. In Pirate's Plunder, Nate finds himself helping two women in dire straits only to have his life threatened, [...]
 
Book: Historic Columbus Crimes - Mama's in the Furnace, the Thing and More by David Meyers
In Historic Columbus Crimes, the father-daughter team of David Meyers and Elise Meyers Walker looks back at sixteen tales of murder, mystery and mayhem culled from city history. Take the rock star slain by a troubled fan or the drag queen slashed to death by a would-be ninja. Then there's the writer who died acting out the plot of his next book, the minister's wife incinerated in the parsonage [...]
 
Book: The Ins and Outs of Becoming a Phone Sex Operator by Elaine Shuel
Are you considering becoming a phone sex operator? There are things you need to think about before you make up your mind. As an experienced PSO with 6 years of phone sex experience, I'll give you some sound advice to see if you're suited to this very intimate line of work. Topics discussed include: Working for an employer, Independent Contractor, Things you need to consider, Accent or no accent? [...]
 
Book: How to Get Great Book Reviews Frugally and Ethically - The ins and outs of using free reviews to build and sustain a writing career by Carolyn ...
How To Get Great Book Reviews Frugally and Ethically is the culmination of a nearly two decades Carolyn Howard-Johnson spent helping writers avoid pitfalls, misconceptions, and out-and-out scams perpetrated on unsuspecting authors . . . and helping them reach their dreams of great reviews, great book tours, and great launches. It turns out that Getting Great Book Reviews is the essence for a [...]
 
Book: The Old West, The New West, The Weird West - Twelve Stories Of The West by James L. Rickard
I was going through the "Document" files on my computer the other day and noticed I have a few short stories with a unifying theme--WESTERNS. Thought you may want to give them a gander because Westerns are a little more scarce than they used to be. As for TV forget it. When it comes to TV, it's easier to find a Western on Netflix than the networks. Before I go off on a rant, there has always been [...]
 
Book: The First Born Sons by Raymond Boyd Dunn
This short story of 20,000 words includes the six generations of the Rickards family, beginning with the first Billy Rickards up to his name-sake, the present day Billy Rickards. As the title implies, it covers the salient points of each of the first born sons of the family. It is my attempt to connect the final novel of the Pearson/Rickards trilogy to the modern day Billy Rickards , and his rail [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Behind Bars (Book Three 3) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
Roses are red. Violets are blue. If you shoot too much HEROIN, You'll soon be blue too... I can't stop using heroin. I spent nine months in the hole all by myself and I still want to use. What's wrong with me? I need to get high. I overdosed in another inmate's cell - blue - and was left alone to die in prison. I don't know why, but heroin is the only thing that I want.
 
Book: Meet The Antichrist by Melynie T. Gibson
Freelance journalist Melynie T. Gibson outs the living Antichrist in this satirical bio/memoir that will have you riveted to the page, and in stitches, from start to finish. In Meet The Antichrist, Melynie's arm's length informal relationship with the spawn of Satan, Maas Reredef, built over several years, enables her to expose the inner workings of a villain who would rule the world, enslave the [...]
 
Book: Dead Ends by Christina Ginfrida
Elizabeth was just trying to wrap her head around starting high school when her own hair started to wrap her up in a world of ghosts and demons. Fourteen-year-old Elizabeth Bugsby was used to the unconventional ins and outs of living above her family run funeral home, until her hair started attaching to ghosts and reanimating corpses. With the help of the intrepid members of PIS, a newly [...]
 
Book: Moonie in the Slave Market of Opuul by Nicola Cuti
While swimming nude in the waters of the planet Poseidon, MOONIE, the busty Starbabe, who can live anywhere without life support, is taken captive by a gang of pirates and sold to a slave market. When Rangers attack the market, Moonie and her new found friends take the opportunity to shoot their way to freedom. But freedom can hold a greater danger than slavery, especially when her first mission, [...]
 
Book: We're Not Like the Others by Leonard Stegmann
In this collection of his popular humor essays, Leonard Stegmann confronts his fear as he comes face-to-face with a hideous Louisiana night creature, explains why as a child he felt the need to shoot a bottle rocket out of his bedroom window, how he came to the conclusion that he much prefers going to funerals than weddings, and why, even though he would have preferred his house to be cleaned by [...]
 
Book: Trail Dust 2 - A Joshua Brandt novel by John Miller
The Trail Dust story continues as Joshua and his deputies set up a base camp for operations in Cheyenne Wyoming. He enjoys his time with Mac and his nephew. But a lawman has no time to rest. He and his deputies get a plea for help from a local rancher whose cattle are being rustled and finds out there is more going on than meets the eye. Joshua discovers how men can change their ways for good and [...]
 
Book: A Rogue Element by Paul Nat
"As the clock ticks, the audience around me waits anxiously for this cavernous gas chamber to be occupied by tonight's convicts. Many of them are excited... though some of them cannot overcome their grief for even the upcoming death of tonight's murderers cannot bring back what was taken away..." From that intriguing, bloodcurdling declaration, author Paul Nat will take you on a gripping journey [...]
 
Book: The First One's Free - the rest you pay for with your life by B.L. Wilson
New York City sanitation worker Tracey Sneed witnesses a group of men shoot an unarmed man behind a vacant building. Frightened by what she has observed, she tries to keep it to herself, but the DA's office tracks her down anyway so she can testify against the dirty cops who allegedly committed the murder. Now she is the target of harassing calls and other small attacks, but the final straw is [...]
 
Book: Players - A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery (Book 7) by Mike Markel
The death of Lake Williams, a former football player at Central Montana State, in his squalid tent in a homeless camp looks to Seagate and Miner like a routine heroin overdose. Soon, however, they discover that someone hired a courier to deliver the uncut heroin, knowing that Lake would shoot up and die instantly. When a second body turns up, and then a third, the evidence points to the head [...]
 
Book: The Dream Lived - A Memoir by Susie Sanchez
As children, we are taught to dream big. We're encouraged to shoot for the moon and to reach for the stars. Anything is possible. So, why should adulthood be any different? In her memoir, The Dream Lived, Susie Sanchez captures the essence of life through the pursuit of a dream. Defying all odds, Sanchez, a lifelong dancer, perseveres through the trials and tribulations of balancing family life [...]
 
Book: Eco Station One by Edwin Stark
This is the tale of Eduardo Sinnombre, who gets hired by a shady organization to juggle the books of Eco Station One, an ecological research setup located deep in the middle of a tropical rainforest. From day one, Eduardo realizes he'll be the designated scapegoat that will get the blame if something ever goes wrong. He also is being stalked by the unattractive, scrawny female secretary of the [...]
 
Book: High Seas Deception (Adventure Cruise Lines) by Loucinda McGary
A new novel from the author of The Sidhe Princess and The Wild Sight. A DANGEROUS MISSION -- The Irishman is a ruthless mercenary who performs any task for the right price. His current assignment involves intercepting a dangerous package smuggled aboard the cruise liner Intrepid. If the contents reach Los Angeles, millions will die. But only if the Irishman fails. A DEADLY ATTRACTION -- When [...]
 
Book: Blind Copy (The Technicians Series Book 5) by Olivia Gaines
A ten-year-old running for her life climbed into the back of Mr. Exit's shop. She had one request, help me save my mothers. Operating solely on the intel of the kid, he stages a rescue operation. Mr. Exit stopped worrying about all the things leaving his life and began to concentrate on three people who entered his world with a bang. He placed a call to the Archangel, Gabriel Neary, who liked Mr. [...]
 
Book: Buzz Words by Doug Lucas
Most of us think we understand how police investigations work. We've seen them depicted on television so often we believe it's really only one or two hardnosed, lone wolf detectives who will shoot, punch or intimidate criminals as they investigate crimes and apply justice in their own way. The image fiction has imprinted on minds is one of fast paced, rough and tumble fearless officers who are [...]
 
Book: The Book o' Samson (Cash Chronicles, Book 1) by James L. Monticone
It's the 1880's, and the West is riddled with Mutations, some who wield powers beyond those of Regular folks, others with fearsome but crippling deformities. Samson Emmanuel "Sammy" Cash is one of those Mutations, with the ability to make rings of fire and shoot flaming bullets, and he's on the hunt for anyone who dares to persecute his people. Don't let the attitude fool you, though; he's a [...]
 
Book: The Coach House by Florence Osmund
2012 BRAG Medallion honoree! When Marie discovers the extent of her husband's involvement in 1940s Chicago underground activities, she gives up what had appeared to be the perfect life a good job, a loving husband, and the promise of starting a family. In her pursuit of a new life, fate draws her to Kansas where she finds refuge in a coach house apartment tucked away behind a three-story [...]
 
Book: Free-Easy Guide - Starting Out Gluten Free by Frann Leach
What food is safe for someone on a gluten free diet? How can I follow a simple gluten free lifestyle? These are the sorts of question that people ask when they find out they have to avoid gluten. When you start out on the gluten free path, it's not easy. Gluten free food is notoriously expensive and difficult to prepare. But it doesn't have to be that way at all. Section 1 of this "Free-Easy [...]
 
Book: Jack Shadow by Graeme Smith
Jack Shadow. He's heard them - every one of them. The jokes. They all start out the same. "See, this guy walks into a bar..." Well, that's not him. That guy who walked into a bar. He's the guy who walked out. It's not amnesia. Near as anyone knows, he just doesn't have a past. Near as anyone knows - or admits to. He doesn't walk round a corner, and some guy from a car shoots at him because of [...]
 
Book: Hog Valley (Terry Rankin) by Gary Showalter
Terry Rankin is the owner of Rankin Protective Services Inc, in Orlando, Florida. It's a small company with a few very nice contracts. Terry has a meeting scheduled with Travis Warren, at his horse ranch just north of Ocala. He has invested a few months in negotiating for a very lucrative contract to provide bodyguard services to Mr. Warren and his family, and this is the morning when all of that [...]
 


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