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Book: Natasha's Ukraine by Rob Ottesen
Natasha Dubrova is a young woman, struggling to survive in an impoverished country that may soon be facing war with Russia. Her dream is to find a man she can build a life with, but most men in Ukraine are unwilling to commit, and her attempts to find a meaningful relationship have been fruitless. Her college education is of little use in an economy that is weak and corrupt, and paying the [...]
 
Book: The Year of the Horsetails by R. F. Tapsell
'I chanced upon a novel I read as a child. Re-reading The Year of the Horsetails by R. F. Tapsell (1967), I realized where my interest in nomadic warfare began and, with Bardiya - Tapsell s siege-engineer, outsider hero - something of the origins of Ballista. Tapsell was a superb historical novelist, and some enterprising publisher should put his works back in print for a new generation. Set in [...]
 
Book: The Gospel of Thomas for Awakening - A Commentary on Jesus' Sayings as Recorded by the Apostle Thomas by Abbot George Burke
"An extraordinary work of theological commentary, "The Gospel of Thomas for Awakening" is as informed and informative as it is inspired and inspiring. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review - "From the very beginning there were two Christianities." So begins this remarkable work. While the rest of the Apostles dispersed to various areas of the Mediterranean world, the apostle Thomas [...]
 
Book: A Tale of Survival - From War Ravaged Europe to the Promise of America by Thomas Kando
Tom Kando is born at the epicenter of the world's greatest war. In Hungary, his family survives the holocaust, the nazi and soviet occupations, the bombs, the genocide, and starvation. They escape from Budapest to Paris, living in abject poverty as war refugees. The boy roams the streets, subways and slums, encountering violence and dangerous people. Tom and his family keep moving, gypsy-like, [...]
 
Book: Biff the Useless Mention - Book IV of the Sell the Pig trilogy (The Sell The Pig Series 4) by Tottie Limejuice
In March 2007, Tottie left Britain to follow the dream of a new life in France for herself, her elderly mother and her damaged brother. Has the dream turned to a nightmare or is Tottie still happily living the quiet life in her little 'grottage' in the Auvergne region of central France? Come with Tottie now as she takes you on Tottie's Tours of the Auvergne. Enjoy the familiar ironic humour and [...]
 
Book: Mollie's War - The Letters of a World War II WAC in Europe by Mollie Weinstein Schaffer, Cyndee Schaffer and Jennifer G. Mathers
The 150,000 women who served in the Women's Army Corps are now seen as the undersung heroes of the Second World War. This memoir describes the life of a WAC enlistee who would serve in England when it came under attack, France immediately after the Allied invasion, and Germany after VE Day. From her experience in basic training in Daytona Beach to the climactic moment when she saw the Statue of [...]
 
Book: Red Vengeance by Peter Idone
"As long as I continue to draw breath, my task is to put down that steel beast, Red Vengeance. If I must give chase to as far as the arctic reaches of the Finnish Gulf or across the blazing steppes to the Sea of Azov, I will hunt it down. I will remain on this side of the Dniepr until its severed hydraulics bleed and black diesel fuel gushes from its mauled, smoking hull. This is what I have [...]
 
Book: The Boy Who Kissed The Sky by David Haynes
George Roberts believes that when he was nearly four years old he flew; not in an airplane, helicopter or other man made device and not exactly like a bird but he flew nonetheless. Join him sixteen years later as he takes a road trip across Europe to find the only person who can help him do it again the only problem is, that person has been dead for three hundred years. Humour, love and kismet [...]
 
Book: Always In Tao by Brian Taylor
Eastern philosophy meets self help and incorporates progressive meditation and thinking. Whether you are new to meditation or are practically the Dali Lama you can learn something about self discovery and self actualization from this book. What inspired you to write this book? I was inspired to write the book because of the questions I was asked by newcomers to meditation, particularly the [...]
 
Book: The Tao of Alligators and Crocodiles by J.M. Garlock
Reviled in the West & revered in the East since time immemorial alligators & crocodiles have historically invoked diametrically opposed reations. Ancient Egyptians & indigenous New World civilizations such as the Maya & Calusa called them living gods while today Chinese believe them to be givers of life & good health. Alligators & crocodiles are the physical embodiment of eternal yin & yang. [...]
 
Book: SNAP - The World Unfolds by Michele Drier
SNAP, a multinational celeb TV show and magazine, is the holy grail for Maxie Gwenoch. When she snags the job as managing editor, she's looking for fame, fortune and Jimmy Choos. What she finds is a media empire owned by Baron Kandesky and his family. A family of vampires. They're European, urbane, wealthy and mesmerizing. And when she meets Jean-Louis, vampire and co-worker, she's a goner. The [...]
 
Book: Tears of Fire - A Woman's Account of a Journey Through the Underworld by Morgaine O'Kerry Hamouris, PhD
This is a love story, although not in the conventional sense of romantic love. This book explores the transformative power of suffering in a revealing narrative informed by spiritual practice. This book explores what it takes to keep your heart open in hell even if it is of your own making. The author relates her struggle in living life with a broken heart not as someone special, but rather as [...]
 
Book: The Left-Handed God by I. J. Parker
During the battle of Freiberg 1763, an officer falls. The dying man begs young Ensign Franz von Langdorff to deliver a letter to his father, but Franz, subsequently severely wounded himself, returns home a cripple, unable to honor this promise or support his impoverished family. The letter, however, holds a deadly secret, and someone is willing to kill for it. Before the debt of honor can be [...]
 
Book: Through the Baltic Looking-Glass by Lara Biyuts
Steampunk. Edwardian mystery. Set in Europe in 1912, the novel "Through the Baltic Looking-Glass" is written in the form of travel notes by Oscar Maria Graf, observant globe-trotter, younger contemporary of Oscar Wilde. A Stenbock-like figure, by his origin and his dabbling in literature, Oscar Graf is much hotter, more active and pragmatic than Eric Stenbock (1860-1895) whom he was friend with, [...]
 
Book: Romantic Road by Blair McDowell
When Lacy Telchev buries her husband she finds herself in treacherous waters. Igor, much older than Lacy, had secrets. Suddenly, Lacy is being chased across Europe by men who believe she can lead them to those secrets. Evading her pursuers with the aid of a chance acquaintance, the handsome and mysterious Max Petersen, Lacy travels across Germany, Austria and Hungary, to a shattering discovery in [...]
 
Book: The Night Shanghai by Michael Foley
On a cold dark Seattle street, a thief breaks into The Night Shanghai, an antique store featuring priceless Asian artifacts. But this mysterious place is more than he bargained for, and his burglary sets off a chain of events that draws other people to The Night Shanghai a woman on the verge of divorce, a Latin man hiding a secret, a pastor fighting a crisis of faith. These and several others [...]
 
Book: Voyagers by Philip Spires
Voyagers is a set of short stories loosely based on a theme of travel. In Brunei, a teacher discovers his future, while an Australian couple are initiated into a new culture. Memories of Vietnam come all the way home, while an aid worker in Sri Lanka seeks advice. A cultural tour of Italy turns on aesthetics and a dream journey to Turkey becomes less than wondrous. In the old Yugoslavia, a group [...]
 
Book: The Red Serpent by Larry Merris
It was Jean Marchaud's dogged persistence that got him into trouble more than any other trait. Persistence turns into obsession when his world is shattered by unspeakable tragedy, his sense of well-being shaken to the core by unexplained events and a force so invasive it has tainted every level of government, business, and religion worldwide. Now a race to stop the bloodletting begins. In bizarre [...]
 
Book: The Seeds of Time - Book 1 of The Crossing by Faith Mortimer
Englishman, Richard Barker, has everything he needs - a beautiful yacht, plenty of money and an exciting occupation. When disaster strikes he is shattered, and struggles to come to terms with his feelings of guilt and grief. At his darkest hour, help arrives from two unexpected and completely opposite sources. Into his life walk beautiful, serene Sorrel and the tempestuous and wilful Miranda. [...]
 
Book: Vicinity by Jada Brookes
In a world where even a minute of change could alter the course of man's destiny, can the earth still survive the controversy? On a day when the global market and monetary values across the world suddenly disintegrates to nothing, can a solution arise out of chaos? One man claims he has the remedy to bring mankind back from the brink of destruction. Carlos Betzer, political candidate for the [...]
 
Book: The Daily Hazards of a Middle Eastern Wife by Soad Nasr
If you think a Middle Eastern marriage is something unfamiliar and exotic, filled with strange and unknowable customs then you're only partially right. While both Eastern and Western cultures have their unique take on marriage, many issues faced by future brides remain constant throughout the world. The pressures of the first date, pre-wedding drama, and in-law approval are as familiar to women [...]
 
Book: The Eastern Factor (Kingdom of Haven Book 3) by Freddie Silva
Olaf Stenson has been called Olaf the Unlucky for most of his life. Since the accident that twisted his leg and relegated his status to a glorified servant, he had given up hope for a normal life. Then his long-lost uncle shows up and wins control of the family elevating his status once more. Along with his new-found family status, Olaf is given new responsibilities. The Empire of Jewel is [...]
 
Book: THE KIROV CONSPIRACY - Disaster stalks the streets of Europe...and only one man can stop it by Anthony Talmage
A GRIPPING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER FULL OF STUNNING TWISTS - The setting of this book is based on the same island featured in the movie The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - 70 years on the Nazi occupation might be history but today a new threat provides the backdrop for another triumph of the human spirit and survival against the odds. My name is Paul Scott. I'm a London-based [...]
 
Book: YET ANOTHER ROSE FOR ADA by Mercy Offor, PhD
A loving, vibrant, trusting and enthusiastic young girl embarked on a journey half way around the world. Her mission was simple; to study law, open a new law firm and make her special mark, leave a remarkable footprint on the sands of time. Armed with her determination, a loving family to fall back on and full of anticipation, Ada set out, as it were, "to conquer the world." How did Ada's mission [...]
 
Book: Little Lily - based on the memoir Destination - Freedom by Lily Amis
A loving story about a little girl named Lily and her mother Sima. Mother and daughter are being protected and blessed by the guardian Angel of hope during a difficult journey in their life. This book is based and inspired by the memoir: "Destination: Freedom", the first book of a trilogy by Lily Amis and reminds us that every one of us has a guardian angel and is protected and blessed by the [...]
 
Book: The Execution by Sharon Cramer
Parallel lives are fated to collide in THE EXECUTION a medieval, fantasy thriller, dark adventure, and tragic love story set in fourteenth century France. A young priest enters the prison cell of a condemned mercenary and is shocked to see the face of this murderer is his own a mirror image of himself. Unknown to each other until now, the twins form a bond of brotherhood, sealed with their [...]
 
Book: Definition of Freedom by Lily Amis
Definition of Freedom is the follow-up story to Destination: Freedom, an autobiographical novel. This time, the author is primarily concerned with her experiences regarding unemployment and bullying. During the 27-year period waiting for her naturalization in Switzerland she experiences lows, blows and all-too-human disappointments and finds out that she was even betrayed by her own father. Still [...]
 
Book: Two Indians and A Dead Man by C. Forrest Lundin
Someone behind him pulls the hammer back on a rifle. Now James understands why his horse didn't want to move. Two Fingers McCracken doesn't want James's money or supplies; the Metis wants help. The man who kidnapped his daughter knows McCracken's face. James agrees to help. The Civil War veteran doesn't realize the situation is far more complicated than he first thought. Emmalee McCracken is a [...]
 
Book: The Tragedy of Fidel Castro by João Cerqueira
Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 Winner in Multicultural Fiction The USA Best Book Awards 2013 Winner in Multicultural Fiction Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 Finalist in Literary Fiction The USA Best Book Awards 2013 Finalist in Historical Fiction ForeWord Book of The Year Awards 2012 Winner in Translations (Bronze medal) Nominated for the Montaigne Medal 2014 Winner Global Ebook Awards 2014 - [...]
 
Book: Trompe-l'oeil by Russell Bittner
If E. L. James (of Fifty Shades fame) was in any way a disappointment to you as a reader, Trompe-l'oeil may be a suitable antidote -- maybe even an elixir. Its author, Russell Bittner, finished this book in 2004 -- years before the Fifty Shades trilogy was born. It is not the product of fan fiction or of any such collaborative effort; it is the author's own work -- start to finish--conceived, [...]
 
Book: Played to Death - A Scott Drayco Mystery by BV Lawson
A Shamus Award Finalist and Named Best Mystery in the 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Still suffering nightmares from a case that ended tragically, brilliant freelance crime consultant Scott Drayco considers retiring from crime solving altogether. When a former client bequeaths Drayco a rundown Opera House in a Virginia seaside town, he figures he'll arrange for a quick sale of the place [...]
 
Book: Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty [...]
 
Book: My Hilarious Sex Life by Andrew Tibor Halmay
This is a collection of autobiographical articles which frequently focus on comical aspects of the author's sex life over the past 75 years - in three countries on two continents. Sometimes a romantic, often a moralist, always a compulsive entertainer, the author takes pride in having once made a bed-mate laugh so hard she fell out of bed. Kirkus Reviews have written the following: "A mildly [...]
 
Book: The Crystal Curse (Legends of the Winged Scarab Book 4) by Inge H. Borg
Civilized life in the United States has collapsed following the Yellowstone Supervolcano eruption. A handful of unscrupulous foreign profiteers conspire to implement a New World Order. To achieve their idea of Earth's sustainability, millions are to be 'neutralized.' Pitted against them are Egyptologist Naunet Wilkins, her scientist husband Jonathan, and their friends from Borg's preceding [...]
 
Book: On the Other Side of Goodbye - Will our last goodbye be forever? by Mable Dotson
On the Side of Goodbye, a Christian romance, is about a teenage girl growing up in the coal mining camps in Eastern Kentucky of the Appalachian Mountains. She is bullied at school because of the way her mother made her dress and it causes her to be a loner. Her father gets killed in a mining accident and leaves her to take care of her ailing mother. While trying to take care of her mother, she [...]
 
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