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Book: Playground In My Mind by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
It's the Age of a Child Who Grows To Manhood Quickly In His New Body - Playground in My Mind is a bit of whimsy story about a boy who has the capability of aging quickly. The story begins with Michael appearing at the age of 5 years old to the artist, Taylor Bouchand who doesn't know what to make of him or what to do with him. When she asks the child where are his parents, he says, "No one is [...]
 
Book: The Dove and The Raven by Ruth Kyser
He awoke to discover he didn't know who he was - or anything about his past. "The Dove & The Raven" is set during the final years of America's battle for freedom from the British Monarchy - the American Revolutionary War. The story line is told through the eyes of both Hannah Stewart and the young man, Samuel, who has no past. Interwoven between the pages are the supporting characters, and the [...]
 
Book: Eternal Rising, Vol. 1 (Auriyanna Delmar - Link of Souls) by Cynthia Lee
A child born to fulfill an ancient Egyptian prophecy... The Council seeks to destroy her. The Elders wish to save her. And one man is sworn to protect her. Auriyanna Delmar has always been a part of a world that she never knew existed. The normal life she tries to live as a dancer in New York City is often anything but. At odds with her surroundings, Auriyanna's dreams seem more real than her [...]
 
Book: Wrong Step - A Sinister Syndicate Thriller by Kyle Robertson
Being in the wrong place at the wrong time could get very deadly In the city with eight million stories, there was a dark tale of a young Ghanaian emigrant woman looking for adventure in New York because selling fruit in the market in Ghana bored her. Sheddi Dedzo was a very intelligent woman who learned photography, and happened upon a bodega robbery. She clicked away, and gave her camera to a [...]
 
Book: Breaking My Silence - Confessions of a Rat Pack Party Girl and Sex-Trade Survivor by Jane McCormick
"Breaking My Silence", is an unembellished non-fiction memoir about Jane McCormick's life and her survival from child abuse, domestic violence, prostitution, and human trafficking. It is co-written by Jane McCormick and Patti Wicklund, that is an absolute must read for everyone desiring to protect and prevent other innocent lives from being negatively impacted by the very perpetrators who [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Little Miss HISTORY, Volume I (Volume 1) by Barbara Ann Mojica
Wouldn't you like to get three award-winning books for the price of two?Little Miss HISTORY has packed three NYC historical adventures into one exciting book!This book is perfect for teachers, homeschool parents, and history lovers. Visit the STATUE OF LIBERTY the symbol of hope and promise for the immigrants who passed it on their way to fulfilling their dreams. Walk through the Great Hall at [...]
 
Book: Strange But True, America - Weird Tales from All 50 States by John Hafnor
Strange But True, America is a 50-state tour de force of every oddball fact missing from standard travel and history books. Richly illustrated by veteran artist Dale Crawford, the book's 101 weird tales and matching drawings are crafted to surprise. Author John Hafnor employed a deeply curious research style to unearth the little-known tales, each building to a twist ending that assures reader [...]
 
Book: Angel's Flight (Books We Love historical romance) by Juliet Vandiver Waldron
Angelica is a Patriot heiress, stalked by a brutal, fortune-hunting British officer. She is forced to trust Jack, the mystery man who pledges to take her on a dangerous war-time journey up river to her Albany home, she expects to encounter brigands, Tories and Indians. What she doesn't expect is to lose her heart along the way. 'If you enjoyed The Traitor's Wife by Allison Pataki, you will love [...]
 
Book: Meet the Golden State Killer - An Alternative Interrogation by George Thomas Clark
What would Joe DeAngelo reveal if he were aggressively interrogated? Would he admit to a dozen murders and more than forty-five rapes, most of which are solidly linked to him by DNA? Author George Thomas Clark places a fictional seeker of justice in DeAngelo's Sacramento jail cell and uses the latest factual information to confront the man who in the 1970s and 1980s became known as the East Area [...]
 
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: Not So Innocently Abroad - Official State Department Tour or Sinister Government Plot to Disappear Me? by Ken Richters
From award-winning actor and playwright Ken Richters comes this original, irreverent, and funny travel memoir of his month-long U.S. Department of State goodwill tour of Russia and Ukraine. Before Russian President Vladimir Putin's 2014 takeover of Ukraine's Crimea region, and after spending more than 30 years performing as Mark Twain (satirizing every government official and politician within [...]
 
Book: State Sponsored Terror by David Carter
In a small Hampshire town teenager Adam Goodchild witnesses his mother's brutal murder, shot dead by security police in the back garden of their cute cottage, an event that will one day return to haunt the government itself. Adam goes on the run and discovers he isn't alone, for there's a whole underclass of malcontents out there with similar stories to tell. "State Sponsored Terror" charts the [...]
 
Book: Riots Of Passage by Jason McGathey
"Whiskey, women, and duct tape - what else is there?" asks my latest handwritten message, tucked into the silverware roll. But this is only the latest outrage. "We've got a BOY playing with a table cloth!" the old man shouted earlier, before leaving. In this highly anticipated follow-up to his memoir "One Hundred Virgins," the author continues to document in riotous fashion life on a major [...]
 
Book: Tales From The Sidewalks Of New York by Ron Ross
Ron Ross, described by Publisher's Weekly as a "writer with the flair and spellbinding magnetism of a natural storyteller," continues in that mold with his latest work, "TALES FROM THE SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK." In this collection of short stories Ross captures the uniqueness of the "only from New York" characters whose deeds, adventures and exploits, together with the blend of plots, create an [...]
 
Book: New York Stories by Renald Iacovelli
New York City has a reputation for glamor and excitement, but for the overwhelming majority of its eight million inhabitants everyday life is a very different matter. For them life in "America's greatest city" is a life of exhausting bustle, disgusting filth, and constant, befouling exposure to the most degraded, ubiquitous, and therefore inescapable vulgarity. In these seventeen short stories [...]
 
Book: Columbus State Community College - An Informal History by David Meyers & Elise Meyers Walker
For half a century, the mission of Columbus State Community College has remained essentially unchanged - to provide skilled men and women to meet the workforce needs of Central Ohio employers. What has changed, however, is the way it goes about fulfilling that mission. Columbus State Community College: An Informal History is the story of how this remarkable institution grew from a handful of [...]
 
Book: A Prince That Would Be King by Daniel DuBour
The Prince that Would Be King is a modern day fairy tale about a prince who is abducted as an infant and shipped off to New York City. The story begins at the birth of this child prince in a far away kingdom. The king and queen proclaimed a day of celebration throughout the kingdom. Many well wishers throughout the kingdom came to celebrate the birth of this first born child and air to the [...]
 
Book: Leaving Story Avenue - My journey from the projects to the front page by Paul LaRosa
Paul LaRosa was a clueless kid growing up in a Bronx housing project when he discovered there might be more to life. As the projects went from idyllic to dangerous, Paul made his way to The New York Daily News where he became a copyboy and later a reporter. The News was still the largest circulating newspaper in the country but it was in the last, outrageous and often hilarious, gasp of The Front [...]
 
Book: Lay Saints by Adam Connell
Lay Saints, by Counterfeit Kings author Adam Connell, takes readers on a sinister ride through a twisted cityscape where hidden telepaths ply their trade, reading or altering the thoughts of the "hacks" around them, for the right price. Lay Saints opens with Calder, a man whose special abilities nearly drove him insane, until he learned how to shut out the static of other people's thoughts and [...]
 
Book: CITY LIFE YORK EBORACUM - EFORWIC - JORVIK - EDITED AND REVISED 2017 EDITION by Daniel Peter Buckley
City Life York is a visitors guide to the city forged by its many settlers cultures and time. With the city streets and buildings retaining the past influences on the city that remains a reminder of the central role York played in shaping the history of England and the wider world through the ages. Celtic, Roman, Anglo - Saxon and Viking York time periods are covered in the guide which looks at [...]
 
Book: A Prince That Would Be King by Daniel Allen DuBour
This is a story of a Prince; a modern day fairytale about a prince abducted as an infant; a man of royal blood who lives his life into adulthood among ordinary people in an ordinary lifestyle. As an adult he is confronted by his adopted father who gives him the details of his adoption. An interesting story of mystery and hardship overcome in the life of a prince who would be king.
 
Book: 9/11 Truth - Implications by S. Guzman-C.
This short ebook is not meant to prove the controlled demolition of the three World Trade Center towers. The evidence already uncovered exposing the "terrorist attack" of September 11, 2001, as an inside job is overwhelming. If you are still not sure, I recommend that you do some research. You can start here: ae911truth.org, and go from there. That said, what I want to do here is examine the [...]
 
Book: Angel Of The City by R. J. Leahy
A vision of a dystopian future, as seen through the eyes of a brain damaged ex-policeman. The last city on Earth is an overcrowded, festering metropolis of segregated quarters and ancient, ethnic hatreds. It is a city on the edge of starvation, slowly succumbing to the creeping death that has choked off the rest of the world. When the leader of a nascent resistance movement is captured by the [...]
 
Book: The Casebook of Inspector Armstrong - Volume 3 by Martin Daley
An unknown American tourist, who will one day achieve greatness, visits Carlisle to research his family history. His arrival coincides with Inspector Armstrong's investigating of a macabre series of grave-robbing incidents in the city. The detective's enquiries inadvertently lead him into investigating a case that had lain dormant for over seventy years. The second case is set against the [...]
 
Book: Damned from Memory by Sparky McLaughlin
Damned from Memory, a confidential expose by an ex -narcotics agent traces the links from drug transit zones to the streets of the east coast, with straight lines to the White House, State Department, and the CIA following the truth; however inconvenient it is for a Washington heavyweight photographed at a fundraiser where illegal contributions were amassed from persons with ties to drug [...]
 
Book: You Can Leave The State Of Anxiety And Other Lousy States For Good by Pearle S. Lake
Did you know that in order to enter the state of anxiety, and other lousy states, you have to participate in the process? Did you also know that the way you participate may be unknown to you? Anxiety is not a punishment but it can feel as though it is. Inside this book you'll find simple strategies that can help you change a go nowhere state, to a resourceful state. You'll also learn how choosing [...]
 
Book: Hard Stop by Declan Davies
After two recently laid-off suburban dads decide to steal a vanload of counterfeit Viagra from a mob-connected businessman, their easy-money plan gets a whole lot harder. Hard Stop is a comic crime novel set amid a soft housing market and a flaccid economy, where desperate times lead to bad behavior - and the stiffest of penalties. Jim Metz was pharmaceutical salesman of the year, but now he's [...]
 
Book: BLUFF by Lenore Skomal
"To the medical world, I was a host body, surviving only to bring a new life into the world. And while I wanted to die more than anything in the world, I never wanted this. No, I never wanted to cease to exist. This was the worst death of all." Jude Black lives in that in-between, twilight place teetering on death but clinging to life in order to bring her baby into this world. Only she knows the [...]
 
Book: State of Mind - A journey through the hills and valleys of life by Dr. Donald Easton-Brooks
The book is a collection of thoughts and poems that reflect the hills and valleys of life. The book is a collection of thoughts and poems the author wrote from junior high school to adulthood. From a young age, the author used poem as a way to cope with life and the challenges it presented to him as he grew. The book represents challenges to find love, with God, with society, with past demons, [...]
 
Book: Peete and Repeat (The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries) by Karen Musser Nortman
An IndieBRAG Medallion Honoree. A biking and camping trip to southeastern Minnesota turns into double trouble for Frannie Shoemaker and her friends as she deals with a canoeing mishap and a couple of bodies. Strange happenings in the campground, the nearby nature learning center, and an old power plant complicate the suspect pool and Frannie tries to stay out of it--really--but what can she do? [...]
 
Book: Bats and Bones (The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries) by Karen Musser Nortman
Bats and Bones is a B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree. Frannie and Larry Shoemaker are retirees who enjoy weekend camping with their friends in state parks in this new cozy mystery series. They anticipate the usual hiking, campfires, good food, and interesting side trips among the bluffs of beautiful Bat Cave State Park for the long Fourth of July weekend until a dead body turns up. Confined in the [...]
 
Book: Strange Fruit - A Novel (Zane Presents) by Michelle Janine Robinson
In this frightening novel about the future, a series of catastrophic events not only cripples the world's economy, but also ushers in the return of slavery. Traci and Bill Bianco were living the all-American dream, until the world as they knew it came crashing down. Years after a black man is elected President of the United States and the Empire State building is toppled by an explosion, the [...]
 
Book: Loss Of Reason (State Of Reason series Book 1) by Miles A. Maxwell
One Of The Most Disturbing Stories You'll Ever Read Distant for many years, Franklin out of Pennsylvania and his step-brother Everon out of Nevada are connected by a single link: Their sister Cynthia. Enter The Nightmare A nuclear bomb is detonated in New York. Banker, wife, mother, Cynthia lives in New York. The military has quarantined the city, its bridges and tunnels destroyed or blocked. [...]
 
Book: The Blue of her Hair, The Gold of her Eyes by John B. Rosenman
Lin Holmes of Ladybug Lin Reviews gave The Blue of her Hair, The Gold of her Eyes Five Stars, writing that it was "one of the best Sci-Fi stories I have ever read." The story also won Preditor's and Editor's Reader's Poll Award for Best Science Fiction and Fantasy story. One of my major interests is transformation in all its possible forms. In the story Rachel Ross lives in a tyrannical State, [...]
 
Book: Exodus (Foundation Trilogy) by Lawrence Cramer
Following the discovery of "wet tunnels" linking the majority of the world's oil wells together, combined with the now vividly apparent oil shortage, panic among the global populous ensues. Violent riots become commonplace as the critical infrastructure, previously dependent on the black gold, grinds suddenly to a halt. The citizens of the United States cry out for government intervention and a [...]
 


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