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Book: Llywelyn by Michael Hill
Dyffryn bendithion daw: ... a beautiful valley in Wales, loved by Llywelyn, where he has lived and farmed all his life, but is now losing possession. It has been taken for a reservoir. He has fought all he can, but to no avail, and lost his wife and son in the process. He may also be losing his mind. Nerys, Llywelyn's daughter, feels alone and isolated, caring for her young son Davie, trying to [...]
 
Book: THE ATONEMENT - A Celebration of Women by Tim I. Gurung
On the cradle of the majestic Himalayas, right below the vast mountainous range where the clouds gather, there were two small villages tucked into the veil of the wilderness,untouched and unspoiled by the cruelty and malevolence of modernity. They existed side by side in peace and harmony, unique, self-reliant and happy, with their own customs and traditions, and had never been exposed to the [...]
 
Book: Riotous Retirement by Brian Robertson & Ron Smallwood
"A laugh a minute fun read, as an outburst of chaotic humor abounds when newly retired over 50's adapt to a new lifestyle and different friends when downsizing to Burnside Retirement Village, all under the eagle eye of Manager Helga. Hilarious cartoons, eye-catching cover and end of chapter limericks bring the stories to life. The authors deserve a courage medal for this pearl". Independent [...]
 
Book: Crying is for Babies by Tricia McGill
In the 1930s medicine was still very much a hit and miss affair. The surgeons were still experimenting and learning about the human body. This at a period when there was little in the way of pain relief. This is one woman's story about a childhood ruined by such surgeons, whose bad judgement confined an eight year old subsequently to bed for three years, and left her with a disability to last a [...]
 
Book: The Charm by Tracy Hefferon
When Lorna Mills makes a love charm, and buries it under a late-blooming rose bush, she puts all her faith in the power of white witchcraft to summon her soulmate and a life with a happy-ever-after ending. But what she doesn't bargain for is the arrival of the enigmatic Joe Hardy who stumbles, quite literally, into her life one pristine summer's morning and turns her whole world upside down. [...]
 
Book: The Last English Village by James Ignizio
The Last English Village - On 22 December 1943 the Susan Rae, an American B17 Flying Fortress, is lost. The aircraft is reported to have crashed into the English Channel. There are no survivors and no bodies are recovered. Records of the incident mysteriously go missing. The Susan Rae and its crew vanish, committed to the dustbin of history. On the day the Susan Rae disappears, the English [...]
 
Book: Questor by L. S. Gibson
The spaceship, Questor, is caught in an unknown phenomenon that results in the vessel being transported far from home. Desperately low on supplies, the crew discovers a solar system with two inhabited worlds where they hope to find assistance. Captain Sullivan visits the first world, Midea, while sending a small expedition to the second planet, Rhiava. When Jon and Manny try to land on Rhiava, [...]
 
Book: Struggles of the Women Folk by T. M. Brown
This is the story of Georgie. She is a young black girl growing up in the 1940s in a small, rural town in Virginia. Life is hard and she dreams of better life. She experiences great loss and heartache. She loses friends and family, as well as the love of her life. And still, she remains strong. This emotional and inspiring story has a gritty dialogue. TM Brown's signature writing style is [...]
 
Book: Across the Water - Tales of the Human Heart by Phil Harvey
Across the Water is one of Harvey's most famous short story books, and it features Roberta's River, winner of the Antietam Review award. Phil Harvey has said, "We rarely recognize the extent to which human happiness requires struggle." Love and the relationships it spawns with children, for parents, among friends, and between neighbors are addressed in Across the Water, his best short story [...]
 
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: Rising Tide by Susan Roebuck
Time, and most of Portugal, has almost forgotten Luminosa, a small fishing community on the Alentejo coast. A cluster of white and blue cottages huddle under the cliffs overshadowed by the great manor of Herdade Albatroz whose family has ruled the village since the days of Napoleon. Far off the tourist route, nobody visits Luminosa by chance. When a ruthless American racketeer turns up, the [...]
 
Book: I Am Nine by Diane Major
As people across the world die from some incurable disease, Naomi a five year old girl who lives in England is torn from her parents. Naomi finds herself alone, growing up on a ship with strangers as she journeys across the sea into a new and very different future on the American coast. A future where a pack of great vicious dogs as well as cannibals roam the land . . . -
 
Book: Forbidden Romance by Clinton W. Getzinger
Mollie Williams, the youngest daughter of a widowed rural Appalachian Mountain woman, has a secret, forbidden and abusive love relationship that she cannot reveal to anyone no matter how high the cost. Not even to her own mother! Her oldest sister is the only one who suspects what is going on but refuses to betray her or confront her. In order to escape her troubled life in 1870s Virginia, Mollie [...]
 
Book: The Assassins' Village by Faith Mortimer
THE DIANA RIVERS SERIES INCLUDE: The Assassins' Village #1 in Women Sleuths - an Awesome Indie novel #1Noir, #1 Crime #2Vigilante Justice #5Series - The Surgeon's Blade #1 in Suspense & Psychological thrillers - an Awesome Indie novel - Children of the Plantation #2 in Suspense & Mystery. Camera Action...Murder! Childhunt! an Awesome Indie novel - A Deadly Learning A Brutal Trade - "The [...]
 
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: The Blackpox Threat by Rene Natan
A deadly virus is on its way to Canada. This alarming news reaches the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) via the Ukrainian Embassy in Ottawa. The only information they have are the virus's source - a dismantled lab in the Carpathian Mountains and the suspected shipping company, Ship Me Safely. CSIS asks Tamara Smith, the daughter of murdered political refugees, to become a mole inside [...]
 
Book: Orpheus' Blues by Carlos Rubio
Orpheus' Blues is a novel of self-discovery. We first meet Jack Stewart on his way back to his apartment in New York City, where he is pursuing a career as a jazz musician. As the novel unfolds, we learn of the difficulties he encounters, of the friendship he develops with George, his roommate also a jazz musician and the women he meets in the city. But more importantly, we learn of the very [...]
 
Book: Sheryl Sandberg, China & Me by J.T. Gilhool
An executive on the rise, Jennifer took an assignment in Shanghai moving her family half-way around the world for her career. After leaning-in, traveling tens of thousands of miles, she discovered that she was losing her daughter. Finding her family again meant losing her career or maybe just realizing it was never there in the first place. This journey of discovery is intimately told as though [...]
 
Book: A Crime at the Bakery (Duncan Dewar Mysteries) by Victoria Benchley
While Duncan Dewar is away on a case, something strange is going on in Taye. Special Constable Donald Merriwether is called to investigate a crime at the village bakery. The prime suspect is his nemesis and former girlfriend, Abigail Neward. Events unfold unexpectedly in this short story featuring villagers from Taye. Don't worry, even though Duncan is not featured in this book, he will return [...]
 
Book: Remnants of Dreams by Tricia McGill
Remnants of Dreams moves from the horrors of the 1914-1918 war to the 1990s, and paints an unforgettable picture of a changing world and of working class people in North London whose only riches are love and the knowledge that they did their best. Alicia's indomitable spirit sustains her and her large family through two wars, illness, death and loss. From her mother's example Sara finds the [...]
 
Book: Hurricane House by Sandy Semerad
Still grieving the death of her fiance, Maeva Larson vacations on Paradise Isle, Florida, "the luckiest fishing village in the world," where she finds the dead body of Miss Florida, Tara Baxter, floating in the Gulf. The cause of death is uncertain, and when a hurricane blows ashore, another woman is found dead and two other women are reported missing. As a catastrophe insurance investigator, [...]
 
Book: You Can't Crack Me... I'm a Rubber Duck by Charlie Northage
An extraordinary tale of one man's triumph over incredible odds. From a thirteen-year-old runaway sleeping in a "cardboard box city" deep within London's urban streets, Charlie Northage somehow summoned the stamina and resilience to triumph over a relentless string of adversities, betrayals, rejections, and losses which persistently dogged his life, to pursue a successful twelve-year career in [...]
 
Book: Guarding Your Mind by Terry L. Moore
Too many Christians are frustrated and confused in their relationship to Christ. Their minds have become dull, vulnerable, weak, depressed, and burdened with sin. Church programs, classes, activities haven't "cured" this problem. What is blocking the ability of our minds to process information with God-honoring thoughts and actions? Guarding Your Mind: The Christian's Most Valuable Commodity [...]
 
Book: Remembering Rose (Mapleby Memories Book 1) by Sheila Claydon
Rachel has a husband who adores her, a beautiful baby daughter, and an extended family she can rely on, so why isn't she happy? She doesn't know and nor do the people who love her. Only Rose understands but she is trapped in another century. To help Rachel she has to breach the boundaries of time itself as well as risk exposing the truth of her own past. When echoes from that past begin to affect [...]
 
Book: Trail of Deceptions by Beverly Mendenhall
The ward of a fanatical preacher, Jade Morgan is desperate for freedom. When a shiftless gambler befriends her and stands wrongly accused of taking her innocence, she weds him, demanding a divorce when they arrive in Weaverville, California, where a job awaits her. Rand Hollilday attempts to prepare Jade for a life of independence during their journey. As her spirit blossoms, so does her [...]
 
Book: Attrition by Dwight B. Daniels & Susan B. Flanagan
"In his dark room one night, Richie trembled in fear, holding back his tears, after all, he was still just a boy. But the ever-bitter Lamont, always took great pleasure in extracting hard fought lessons from his son. His broad back pulled back and the belt swung so loud Richie could hear it. One whip, two whips, three whips. Poor little Richie tried with all his might to hold his screams back, [...]
 
Book: Saving Katy Gray (When Paths Meet Book 3) by Sheila Claydon
Katy was used to losing things. First she'd lost her childhood home, then her career and reputation, and finally, and most dreadfully, her identity, so she knew she should be used to it. She wasn't though and she couldn't bear the thought of having to leave her job and start over, not now she was beginning to make a new life for herself. On the other hand she wasn't prepared to play second fiddle [...]
 
Book: Kill Daddy by Gerald Freeman
Trauma from the past becomes a part of who you are. It weighs down on the present, suffocating life and preventing you from healing and moving on. If you continue to carry this baggage around long enough, you will eventually become who you are not. Believe in the essential goodness of your true self, however, and you will accept the past, but let go of the burden and finally become the real you. [...]
 
Book: The diary of a single parent abroad by Jill Pennington
When Jill and her family moved to Italy she expected life to change but she had no idea how massive that change would be. Shortly after the move, she discovered her husband had been having an affair and had no intentions of staying in Italy. Despite being in a foreign country with no income, limited language skills, a house that needed rebuilding and three young children to care for, she never [...]
 
Book: The Last Kid On the Steeplechase by Michael Heaphy
This work is a compilation of song lyrics, poems and observations I have had at one time or another. I believe that you and I, although totally different people, have shared these emotions and have had the same feelings from time to time. Bad and good will inevitably happen to us as we make our way through life. I believe the way we handle these things makes us who we are and the kind of people [...]
 
Book: Coming to America - A Journey of Faith by Dr. Eric Tangumonkem
Do you struggle with trusting God with your finances? Feel that God is calling you to do something big but you can't see how it will be accomplished? Fear that He has abandoned you after starting your journey of faith? Coming to America: A Journey of Faith is Eric Tangumonkem's story of wrestling with these thoughts and doubts. God called him to America from Cameroon to pursue graduate studies at [...]
 
Book: Climb Up the Steel Mountain by Len Steiner
Kay was still alive and he had to save her now, right away. That was his duty as a cardiologist. He had read about the latest surgical procedures and went over them in his mind, but he had never really done one. Dr. Louis Stafford accomplished his first heart transplant and he prayed to God that it would be completely successful and his patient would live to a ripe old age.
 
Book: A New Way of Loving: How One Couple's Spiritual Discovery Ignites a Village in Ireland by Ami DeJong
"A New Way of Loving is a riveting, metaphysical novel about women and men in relationships." It takes place in a small village on the west coast of Ireland where Frank and Lucy O'Connor spontaneously learn how to bond more deeply with one another and heighten their sense of well being. What makes this accessible is that the characters are ordinary working people. It's a fantastic and yet very [...]
 
Book: Remembrances - A British and American Tale by William Lee Burch
Two families with widely differing perspectives, and more than 5,000 miles apart but destined to share in a common bond, struggle with hard times, personal problems, and war during three of the deadliest decades in human history. This adventure, set amid constantly changing historical events, will test the souls of these families but prove that tenacity, laughter, and the undeniable spirit of [...]
 
Book: Luke - The Miracle Dog by Marianne Stephens
Shetland Sheepdog, Luke, enjoyed his world until getting lost one day. For eleven days and is a state of panic, the frightened and confused dog ran from those trying to rescue him...including his owners. With the help of many others, his owners, Mike and Marie, searched an area of Florida for any sightings of Luke. Once found, he appeared dead. But, a spark of life...his tiny intakes of [...]
 


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