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Book: Love on Air (Rivals in Love Book 4) by P.C. Zick
Two TV newscasters find common ground in their pursuit of the story. But their methods for coping with horrific news collide during a shooting at Navy Pier. Diamond Crandall anchors his own cable news show, The Diamond Report, and is resented by some for his age and lack of experience. But he's proven himself as a solid journalist, and most of his colleagues respect him. When Hope Colson shows up [...]
 
Book: The Human Side of Nursing (Nursing in the Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
These real life stories will inspire and amaz you. A priest learns to forgive the drug abuser, a man he was trying to help, who shot him. An elderly blind woman learns to accept a second failed surgery to restore her vision. A terminally I'll woman who live just long enough to dance at her son's wedding. 'The Human Side of Nursing' is a short story collection about the day-to-day experiences of a [...]
 
Book: Until I Met You by Annette Evans
When Kelly Hamilton meets Nick Morgan, their attraction is instantaneous. After a whirlwind courtship, they plan to marry. As Nick's past indiscretions catch up with him, those plans are shattered and Kelly is left alone to pick up the pieces of her life. Kelly moves on and meets Michael Micelli. They strike up a friendship and soon begin dating. Michael is a wonderful man who would make any [...]
 
Book: Nurses and Their Patients - Acts of Courage and Conviction (Nursing in the Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
You don't have to be a nurse to enjoy these 14 short stories about situations I've encountered in my 40 year community health nursing career. They are about everyday people meeting important life challenges. Some of the characters will remind you of persons you know. All of the stories are fictionalized components of patients, families, and nurses I have known. You will meet Nadia, who fought [...]
 
Book: The Tale of the Blood Diamond by Tiana Laveen
This book is the sequel to "Addicted in Cold Blood." Warning: This book contains graphic depictions of sexual activity, pervasive violence and strong, adult language. Please be advised. Xzion Khrome is witnessing Zarkstormian history...his people actually care about the well-being of Earthlings. After the birth of his and his wife's son, Zachary Khrome, things take a dynamic turn. The young boy's [...]
 
Book: Nurses and Their Patients - Compassion and Commitment (Nursing in th Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
You will meet many interesting people in these 12 short stories based on my experiences as a community health nurse. The individuals, their families, and their communities are all different. The one thing they have in common is their caring and sense of commitment to themselves, their families, and their neighborhoods. Melissa is a teenager with Down Syndrome. She attends a school for children [...]
 
Book: Mitzy, the Butterfly - Visits Back River Trash Boom (Volume 5) by Anna Renault
Mitzy, the Butterfly, is an environmentalist. She loves to take field trips where she can learn more about her local environment. She also loves to then share that information with readers. In this book, Mitzy shares her trip to Back River located in the Essex area of Baltimore County, Maryland, to learn what a trash boom is and what it does. She also learns a tad bit about water pollution. Open [...]
 
Book: Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice - The Young Man Before The Billion-Dollar Empire by Lin Hart
2018 REVISED & RE-EDITED EDITION: As the man behind the unprecedented 1987 leveraged buyout of Beatrice Foods, Reginald F. Lewis established himself as a respected titan of Wall Street. His standing as the CEO of a billion dollar conglomerate while in his mid-forties surprised many, especially in light of his middle-class, African-American roots in Baltimore, Maryland. Yet the reality that Lewis, [...]
 
Book: Father's Habit (Z-Spot Diaries Book 2) by Zoe Scarlatti
Organized religion played an important role in Zoe Scarlatti's life, much as it did for many Roman Catholic children coming of age in predominantly Italian neighborhoods. But exposure to other forms of worship, as well as confronting hypocrisy in the Catholic Church, have informed Zoe's outlook on the existence of an omnipotent deity. Decades committed to vocational pursuits as unforgiving as [...]
 
Book: The Other Shoe (Cady and Sam Book 4) by Bea Cannon
It's been two years since the run-in with a faction of evil that was trying to kidnap a friend of the werewolves, Cady and Sam. Since then, things have been pretty quiet in their little para community in the town of Matthews, N.C., where they live with their now twelve-year-old daughter, Annamae. There has been no more unwanted activity from the dark side. Halloween is rolling around again, and [...]
 
Book: Journey To Rhyolite by Steve Bartholomew
Nathaniel had his reasons for making the journey to Rhyolite. With a population of ten thousand and growing fast, Rhyolite was the greatest boom town in the west. And he hoped to find what had been taken from him-taken by the snallygaster. Some believed it was simply an old legend from the back hills of Maryland, this four legged flying snake that could snatch away whatever you most valued when [...]
 
Book: From Pharaoh's Hand by Cynthia Green
Jackson, Tennessee had its share of murders every year. Drug deals gone sour, botched robberies, full blown domestic disputes, and crazed jealous lovers were nothing new. Even the gang violence which was once foreign to this rural town in the Bible belt had bullied its way in, and despite law enforcement's best efforts, seemed to be here to stay. Still, it was big news around town when 17 [...]
 
Book: Echoes of Clara Avenue by Edward Farber
Take a stroll along an old, decaying, city neighborhood with its now-empty, silent hulks and imagine the people who lived there through the years. That is precisely what author Edward Farber does in his new collection of short stories, Echoes of Clara Avenue. In the collection are stories that appeared previously in literary magazines, an indication that these are not stories by a novice but by a [...]
 
Book: Streets of the Near West Side by William S. Bike
Streets of the Near West Side tells the tales of the individuals and events for which the thoroughfares of one of the most interesting neighborhoods in one of the most fascinating cities in the world are named. Presidents, priests, politicians, pharmacists, physicians, soldiers, businessmen, real estate developers, financiers, philanthropists, Revolutionary and Civil War battles, Indian chiefs, [...]
 
Book: A Bullet for Your Thoughts (Nate Harver Thrillers Book 1) by Lawrence W. Erickson
A Vietnamese hitman has come to the City of Roses. His kill is easy, but there's a problem. The victim was a client of Portland Private Investigator Nate Harver. What should have been a quick in and out job just got complicated. Now, the police have found this newest client, a software executive, floating face down in the Willamette River. What they call a suicide, Harver believes to be murder. [...]
 
Book: Why It's So Tough to Prosecute Cops by Earl Hutchinson
Nearly a quarter century after the Rodney King beating and the officer's acquittal, Political Analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson in his new hard hitting ebook, Why It's So Tough to Prosecute Cops (Amazon Kindle), says this question still looms large: What exactly has changed? Are officers who assault and kill unarmed civilians under the color of the law hauled into a court docket and convicted? If [...]
 
Book: Through The Fire - Your Past Will Always Follow You by Taisha Demay
It's a funny thing about your past, it always finds a way of catching up with you. Baltimore Arson Investigator Micah Pierce resigns from his job determined to leave town along with the nightmare of the disastrous Pyro investigation, his most difficult case. But deep down he knows it will only be a matter of time before the arsonist whom he suspects faked his death, will resurface. finding [...]
 
Book: The Soweto Legacy by Lorry Lutz
The call came mid-morning. "Mother, this is Geoff. I've been arrested. Can't talk now. Please come right away." A click sounded and the call was disconnected. Marcia grasped the receiver so tightly a spasm of pain shot down her arm. Fear short-circuited her breath. Everything had been going so well. Pieter, her husband, was a rising politician in the South African government. Geoff, their eldest [...]
 
Book: Forevermore by James Musgrave
First Place Winner of the 2013 Chanticleer Book Award for Best Historical Mystery. Finalist in the Best Digital Fiction Award, New Generation Book Awards, 2014. In post Civil War New York City, Detective Pat O'Malley is living inside Poe's Cottage in the Bronx. O'Malley is haunted by Poe one night, and the detective finds a strange note. As a result, O'Malley decides to prove that Edgar Allan Poe [...]
 
Book: The Greeks of Beaubien Street - Greekown Stories Book #1 by Suzanne Jenkins
A Homicide Detective Juggling Two Lives Nestled below the skyline of Detroit you'll find Greektown, a few short blocks of colorful bliss, warm people and Greek food. In spite of growing up immersed in the safety of her family and their rich culture, Jill Zannos doesn't fit in. A Detroit homicide detective, she manages to keep one foot planted firmly in the traditions started by her grandparents, [...]
 
Book: Live Rent Free At Any Age by BD Manus
For nothing more than your time, you can live in a Castle in Germany, a Chateau in the South of France, a Penthouse in New York City, in a Beach House on the California coast, a Mansion in England, or a Ranch in Montana? Millions of people all around the world live in luxurious homes such as these and you can too at no cost to you! Live Rent Free At Any Age is not a dream, but it is your passport [...]
 
Book: Buyout by Ray Green
A tense thriller that you do not want to miss out on - Chicago Tribune In his debut novel, Ray Green writes with authority and style. A tense, complex novel set amidst corporate double dealing and intrigue, where loyalties are tested to the limit and friendship might not always be enough - Daniel Goldsmith Associates, Literary Consultants Begins spreading exuberance, thriller and even kindness, [...]
 
Book: Murder and Mayhem in Manayunk by Neal Goldstein
The story begins with a meeting between a mysterious stranger and the local Taliban in a mountain village somewhere in the middle-east and shifts 7000 miles away to a million dollar condo in Manayunk, a tony neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where a young woman who was schedled to appear the next day as a witness in a grand jury probe of munincipal corruption, is murdered. Is there a [...]
 
Book: The Rent Man by Mike Adlam
If you like your crime very noir, very hard-boiled and very Swansea Jack - this is the novel for you. The Rent Man is riven with deliciously black humour and the almost touchable caustic atmosphere of decaying urban Wales. Swansea is just one British port in the grip of the ruthless Rent Man Gang. Police and Customs are baffled by the fear and secrecy which surrounds their international drugs and [...]
 
Book: Kitchen Canary by Joanne C. Parsons
Kitchen Canary is winning acclaim. 2018 First Place in Historical Fiction Novel - Royal Dragonfly Book Awards. 2018 Honorable Mention-Novel- Royal Dragonfly Book Awards 2018 Finalist for Fiction Category-Independent Publishers of New England. "Exceptionally well written, thoroughly absorbing, and consistently entertaining ... " Mid West Book Review. Kitchen Canary is the first in a series of two [...]
 
Book: Swirled Satin Sheets I by Tiana Laveen
WARNING - This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. "Swirled Satin Sheets I" takes the reader on a journey of three engaging, sensual multi-cultural love stories. In "Electric Knights" we meet a brawny, blue-collar knight in shining armor, Christopher. His killer looks - tall, blonde and blue-eyed - are no match for his [...]
 
Book: The World Game by Allen H. Charles
2019 - Our President is fighting against insidious enemies within and without as he tries to stop the world's greatest crackpots and terrorists with strength, instead of pallets of cash and apologies. Do you really thing Kim Jong Un is going to turn over a new leaf? Or Suicidal Iran will give up its quest for nuclear backed World dominance of Sharia Law? 2018 - Looking good for peace with North [...]
 


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