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Book: Wherefore Art Thou Ramon? by Roger E. Bruner
If Romeo and Juliet were to take place today, would the two young lovers try to end the feud between their families rather than litter the stage with dead bodies? When Ramon Montez and Julianne Carlson were children, they unwittingly started a feud between their fathers. Six years later, the feud is still going strong, and it's having an increasingly horrible effect on everyone: their pastor and [...]
 
Book: Squeaky - A Diary Of A Lost Cat by Annie Allways
Squeaky is a magnificent cat with attitude and style. He is a cross between Top Cat and Garfield and like TC he is very street wise, whilst although his Garfield side has a problem with 'Keepers' (humans) he dearly loves his own Keeper who is called Sarah. He is also very loyal to his close knit group of friends who's differences will surprise, delight and amuse you. They, in turn are 100% loyal [...]
 
Book: I Love You Dad by David McCain
I am an inadvertent author. Real estate law is my stock and trade. I initially bought a "How to write your own autobiography" kit for my ailing and aging Dad so we could spend more alone time together. We had great fun doing so until he became very ill and passed. I had an unfinished book on my hands and it sat there for several months while I struggled with his death and with how to finish the [...]
 
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: HOME not so SWEET HOME by Lavinia Gouwe
after leaving her home three years ago Katie finds out that her mother had been killed and she has to go back home where she swore she would never return to. as she tries to find answers to her mother's death she digs deeper and finds what she did not expect. she discovers a side to her mother that she never knew which made her realize she didn't know her mother at all. could she have been living [...]
 
Book: Daddy & Daughter Thoughts - A Dad's Guide to Daughters by C. Lynn Williams
C. Lynn Williams has written a book for Dads and Daughters and it is a book that can be passed down from generation to generation. It is not a "one size fits all" book, but a book that speaks to the reader regardless of the relationship they have, had, or never had with their dad or daughter. (Many moms will benefit from the distilled wisdom found in these pages as well.) What makes this book so [...]
 
Book: How To Survive Your Sisters by Ellie Campbell
From the #1 Bestselling Author comes a wonderfully warm and witty novel about family secrets and sibling rivalry 'Makes sibling rivalry funny' Cosmopolitan 'A cracking book with the entangled plot developing at great speed, one of the best in this area' BOOKSELLER The four MacLeod sisters are no strangers to sisterly rivalry and with one of them about to be married, there are bound to be [...]
 
Book: Notes Above Water - Selected Poems by Kirby Wright
The poems in NOTES ABOVE WATER are concerned with the lives of suburbanites and their secret sufferings alienation, boredom, infertility, and infidelity. Reoccurring family members are threaded through the book, particularly dysfunctional parents who seem oblivious to the pain they're inflicting on their kids. There's excruciating conflict between the narrator and June Spoon, an ice queen [...]
 
Book: Imagining the Future (Celebration Series of Poetry Chapbooks) by Magdalena Ball, Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Part of the Celebration series by Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball, this little $6.95 book was written with the literate man in mind, a lovely tuck-in gift that goes beyond the typical greeting card. BookAddict, an Amazon Vine voice, says of Imagining the Future: Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions: "From the heroic to the mundane, the poems in this book are a [...]
 
Book: Fathers House by C. Edward Baldwin
Two murdered teens. One connection to Assistant DA Ben Lovison's childhood home, Fathers House and its proprietor, Mayo Fathers. Fathers had been like, well a father to Ben as well as to other wayward youth in Duraleigh, North Carolina. To Ben and the others, Fathers was a godsend. Now, it appears he may have been a ruthless madman sent from someplace else. A tormented Ben must uncover the [...]
 
Book: First, I Love You (The Downey Trilogy) by Genevieve Dewey
One part Godfather, two parts Emma and a dash of Casablanca... Omaha Detective Tommy Gates has kept his gangster father at arm's length his whole life. Mickey Downey has spent the better part of the last two decades trying to find ways to get back the son he lost through Witness Protection. Now Tommy has taken an opportunity to work on a Federal Human Trafficking Joint Task Force in Chicago where [...]
 
Book: Heat Seekers by James Clayton Rogers
Against the backdrop of an early-summer heat wave, Heat Seekers plays out the brutal logic of tragedy, with emotions following a predictable pattern to an unanticipated conclusion. The Old South has not vanished completely. New sensibilities and an antique code of honor meet in Ash Mason, who cannot reconcile himself to losing his girlfriend to a high school classmate and begins to act out his [...]
 
Book: Into a Strange Land (The McGunnegal Chronicles) by Ben Anderson
The McGunnegals are all strange, and it has been that way for generations. They are too strong, or too fast, or too smart, and odd things happened when they are around. The neighbors say they are witches or devils, or have been snatched by changelings. Mothers hold their children close when they walk by, fearing they might catch the McGunnegal strangeness. But misfortune besets them when their [...]
 
Book: Please Don't Let Me Die - A Fathers Journey Through Grief and the Criminal Justice System by Patrick J. McCarthy
Patrick McCarthy led a simple, unassuming life. He and his family were thrust into a world where very few have traveled. After a night spent with friends, his sixteen year old daughter was found dead in the morning. What happened? Who is responsible? Patrick seeks answers and justice for those responsible. Follow the pursuit of justice from a grief stricken father, written as events were [...]
 
Book: Theo Mallier - Growing Pains by Andrew Culyer
Are you interested in politics? Do you want to see a new way of doing it? Are you sick and tired of the same politicians, spouting the same old drivel, looking after themselves and not the people in this country? Have you ever thought what it would be like if somebody come along that shook up the whole political world? Here he is... Theo Mallier has a destiny, one that he never would have [...]
 
Book: The Single Daddy Club - Derrick, Book 1 by Donna Fasano
The Single Dad: Ex-military man Derrick Richmond. Solitary and satisfied...until little Timmy was dropped into his lap and Derrick had to learn to be somebody's daddy. The Single Woman: Schoolteacher Anna Maxwell. Fate might have denied her a family of her own, but Anna still had plenty of love to give, if only someone would notice. The Solution: Anna would teach Derrick all he needed to know [...]
 
Book: Tiger Eyes - Can a woman change her stripes? by B.L. Wilson
B.L.'s seventh novel, Tiger Eyes, can a woman change her stripes?, explores the contentious relationship between a famous doctor, Bedford Riddle, and his estranged police sergeant daughter, Elaine. Sergeant Elaine Riddle becomes the victim of a holiday DWI. Luckily, Dr. Sandra Moxely, an ER trauma surgeon, witnesses the fatal car crash. She provides medical assistance at the scene and then [...]
 
Book: Rapture Factor on America by Edward L. Brownlee
Do you want to know the real reasons God ordained the rise of the nation called the United States? Who were the real people God planted and used to bring blessings upon a new nation setting a foundation for success? Rapture Factor on America takes a look at how this giant the United States became a nation and its divine purpose in the earth. Learn how God used individuals by his divine providence [...]
 
Book: Wake Not the Hangman by Deborah Leigh
"...palpable atmosphere and...seat-gripping suspense scenes. Energetic and spirited storytelling make this...an entertaining read." - Kirkus Reviews "...thrilling ... Engaging from the start, Leigh pushes the story forward with exciting force, particularly with her crisp, clean sentences that shine with vivid detail. With great perception, Leigh masterfully develops her characters...with honest [...]
 
Book: Camera Obscura by Rosanne Dingli
A fast-moving yet poignant art heist adventure, Camera Obscura is one desperate man's struggle with obsessive love. When an explosion in a cafe blasts a mysterious woman into Bart Zacharin's life, he is not prepared for what follows. Nothing but a monotonous existence in Western Australia and a dull photographer's job stand in his way to pursue Minnie Cuff. Now, he must compete with a [...]
 
Book: Australian short stories for boys (& girls) by Michael Mardel
10 short stories of 10 middle grade boys having an adventure. Some stories are historical, some are set in Australia. There's a mermaid romance in Girl in a Red Dress, a golden son from the Goldfields, a ball boy in Game, Set, Match, horse training in the Brumby, refugee children in a Long Way to Freedom, high seas and Lord Nelson in All at Sea, and a traveling man in Flames and Wells and Sacred [...]
 
Book: Imagining the Future - Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions by Magdalena Ball & Carolyn Howard-Johnson
As part of the special celebration giftbook series, Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball have produced a poetry chapbook focusing on fathers, husbands, and men in general. Imagining the Future: Ruminations on Fathers and Other Masculine Apparitions makes a wonderful gift for Father's Day or anytime you want to say something unique to a special male in your life as only poetry can. The [...]
 
Book: A Master Passion, the story of Elizabeth and Alexander Hamilton by Juliet Vandiver Waldron
A Master Passion is the story of our brilliant first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, and his wife, Betsy Schuyler. It begins with their Revolutionary War courtship. Although born poor and illegitimate, as an Aide de Camp to General George Washington, Hamilton dares to reach, boldly pursuing Betsy, daughter of a wealthy and prominent New York family. After the war, Hamilton engages [...]
 
Book: The Republic by Peter O'Lalor
This is a student's guide to the The Never Realized Republic published in print, (2004) and a Kindle rewrite, (March of 2012). Since the book covers a lot of history it also explains what makes history non-fiction and explains the history of the written word. It is a lesson in scholarship as well as a lesson not only in history, but what history the American Founders were most familiar with. For [...]
 
Book: The Never Realized Republic - Political Economy and Republican Virtue by Peter O'Lalor
The Never Realized Republic demonstrates European heritage and English Common-law as being the foundation of society in colonial America and then its subsequent republican society. Before the inception of America's federal republic, in 1788, the Revolutionary generation upheld a traditional republican heritage. This heritage was supported through education, religion, and rooted in the English [...]
 
Book: When Dreams Do Come True by Florence Witkop
What if you have a dream that is so real it's scary? What if the little girl in that dream is lost and only you can lead her to safety? And what if you're surrounded by people you know who will laugh if you tell them what's happening? What do you do? What should you do? This novelette tells of one woman who has such a dream and makes a decision that ends up altering her entire life.
 
Book: THE CRYING STONES [The Lucinda Legacy] by Robert Mitchell
Diamonds, eight million dollars' worth. It was the pearl lugger Lucinda which led the fathers of the sons to the sparkling stones. It was the lugger which bequeathed the legacy of that fateful day in March 1942 to those sons. But are the crying stones still waiting in their secret place, the secret place where one of the fathers hid them to keep them safe? Do the stones still weep for the dead [...]
 
Book: Whispers of Hope - A Journey to Success by Laura P. Jones
"Whispers of Hope" is a dramatic story of a feuding family dealing with tragedy. In the midst of the ongoing ordeal, a young boy, Elijah, tries to escape the drama and finds himself on an adventurous journey that changed the course of his life. The lessons he learned along the way transformed his way of thinking and paved his way to a life of success.
 
Book: How to Be a Man - A Father & Son Guide by Derek Bryan Gillette
Perhaps you know of a new father, or you're one yourself. This book is a great starting point for dads who are looking to form lasting relationships with their children, but aren't quite sure where to start. It's an easy read, can be finished in a weekend, yet has enough practical depth to be referred back to from time to time. Let me tell you more about the motivation behind why I wrote the [...]
 
Book: Misguided by Hugh Anthony Levine
Sons whose fathers had troubled pasts intersect in a high-profile drug trafficking trial in Manhattan federal court, dubbed by the media "The Safe Sex Sausage Caper" because the drugs were concealed in condoms inside sausages. These sons - defense lawyer Corbin Flame, accused drug dealer Ricardo Robledo, prosecutor Jaxon Bjornsten, Judge Justin Kendall, private eye Bart Viella, and mob lawyer [...]
 


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