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Book: The Foxfire Terror [Kindle Edition] by J.D. Wilson
Pete Garrison will be retiring soon. He and his wife, Kate, are both excited. The plan is to spend more time with their only grandchild. As he and his wife prepare for their golden years, circumstances begin to unfold that will change their lives forever. Others from outside this small community will become involved. Dean Stewart and Chris Campbell, two former college fraternity brothers, will [...]
 
Book: Georgia Ranch by Ashlee Wilson
It all started on a small farm in Georgia where everyone knows who you are and you can't keep any secrets. There was this young cowboy Daniel and his daughter Emma they took milk to the market every morning before the sun came up. Except for one day and that was today it was the anniversary of his wife's death it was a year ago today. On this day he and his daughter would go buy flowers to take [...]
 
Book: Bottom Dwellers by A. Shane Etter
After suffering a stroke, forty-eight year old, karate black belt Patrick Dylan is scuba diving in Lake Lanier for exercise and therapy. He encounters green skinned mutant people with gills who have been living there for more than fifty years, since the lake was created. While diving, Patrick also meets beautiful Park Ranger Trudy Price who soon becomes his fiancee. Just as with all people, there [...]
 
Book: Desdinova by Shayla Kwiatkowski
All roads lead to Louisiana... Dana Ricks never knew her mother, but her father was legend in the trucking world. She spends her life following down his tales driving her own rig down those same dark roads. Until her world is rendered by nationwide terrorism and she rises to the challenge, just as her father would have done. "If your daddy was alive, maybe you'd have figured out what kind of man [...]
 
Book: Trove by David McGukin
Sixty-five year old Luna Belle Black's coming-of-age story is an artfully woven mixture of Southern comedy, tragedy, and love. When the widow of Blackbeard's heir finds herself unprepared to deal with his three hundred year old estate, ancient trusts quickly unravel, leaving her exposed with nothing but a haunting curse and a band of mutineers intent on her demise. In her world of vast riches, [...]
 
Book: Dying Embers by Glenn Trust
Friendship is colorblind. The embers of hate smoldered beneath the ashes of a century. When the winds of change fanned them to life, the best and the worst of us came face to face. > > > A story of immense courage facing intense hatred, Dying Embers paints a picture of the best of us and the worst of us. It leaves us with an important message. Love and friendship can overcome hatred. Six young [...]
 
Book: What Da Lick Read? The Triple Cross by Sevyn McCray
The sizzling debut from Sevyn McCray - First loves, Backstabbing best friends, and your past coming back to haunt you..... Honesty, Loyalty, Reality and Killian were raised by Khalil, a single father that hustled with a 'get it by any means necessary attitude' over the years to make sure that they had everything that their hearts desired. After sending them to the best colleges, the streets of [...]
 
Book: Letters From A Whoremonger's Wife by Danita Clark Able
Letters From A Whoremonger's Wife is a memoir, the story of a family. It is the story of an addiction to adultery; an addiction equal in destruction to drugs and alcohol. It is the story of a man who used his frustrations with life against his family, in the form of physical and emotional abuse; yet who, with deception and manipulation, successfully maintained an image of an ideal family man. It [...]
 
Book: The Billionaire Banker (Book 1) by Georgia Le Carre
OWNED is book # 1 in the billionaire banker series *** He is seized by an unthinking, irresistible call to hunt...To Possess. To own her. * When Lana Bloom learns the devastating news that her mother is dying, she is faced with a terrible dilemma. The one thing that can save her is the one thing she does not have. For young and Innocent Lana, the unthinkable is her only choice. When she walks [...]
 
Book: Return to Taylor's Crossing by Janie Dempsey Watts
Summer, 1959. In a small Georgia town, dairy worker Abednego Harris, 19, not only stands out for his skillful handling of bulls, but because of his color. When Lola James, 17, arrives to do day work for a nearby family, Abednego is smitten. As the young couple falls in love, racial tensions heat up, threatening their world. A violent attack tears them apart and spins their lives in different [...]
 
Book: Wild Irish (Book 1 of the Weldon Brothers Series) by Jennifer Saints
A couple's sensual journey from the strictures of their lives to explore the passion they left behind and discover a love they never thought they would have. Twelve years ago wrong side of the tracks bad boy, Jesse Weldon, was framed for a crime he didn't commit by the blue-blooded Jordan family. Now he's back in Savannah with his highly successful security company to put the Weldon name on the [...]
 
Book: Indian Affairs by Parris Afton Bonds
"The tale of star-crossed lovers from two different social stratums has been done time and time again, yet in Bonds' capable hands, the relationship is enchanting." ~ Kirkus Review - Turning conventional wisdom on its head, Washington socialite Alessandra O'Quinn and Indian shaman Manuel Mondragon, defy time and space and politics and families to come together in the sweeping canvas of the 1920's [...]
 
Book: Home Street Home - The Virginia Beach Chronicles by Georgia Saunders
WHAT THE COMMUNITY IS SAYING ABOUT HOME STREET HOME - THE VIRGINIA BEACH CHRONICLES... I just finished reading the book today! I could not put it down - it was WONDERFUL! I felt like I was there with everyone & everything as it took place. It gave me different insights to things I could not imagine going on. I cried at the end; when you were talking about Little Bear as I knew who you were really [...]
 
Book: Doubleback - The Georgia Davis Series by Libby Fischer Hellmann
Little Molly Messenger is kidnapped on a sunny June morning. Three days later she's returned, apparently unharmed. Molly's mother, Chris, is so grateful to have her daughter back that she s willing to overlook the odd circumstances. A few days later, the brakes go out on Chris's car. An accident? Maybe. Except that it turns out that Chris, the IT manager at a large Chicago bank, may have [...]
 
Book: Striking Out by Robert Lamb
Striking Out, a coming-of-age story, was my first novel. Nominated for the PEN/Hemingway Award, it seems to resonate most with males who came of age in the 1950s. Published in 1991, the novel is still in print and I still get phone calls from readers in other parts of the USA who tell me that their coming-of-age experience was exactly the same as that depicted in Striking Out. I rejoiced to hear [...]
 
Book: Slush Pile Inspector by Charles Frankhauser
Slush Pile Inspector is fiction based on the adventures of the founder of Buster's Literary Ink & Paper Works in Savannah, Georgia. Forced into joining the publishing industry by a motivational speaker in biker bars, Buster Scooper finds his way into Presidential politics and takes a secret job working in the basement of a major New York City publisher.
 
Book: The Ghostly Adventures of Johnny the Squirrel by Wilbur McCarthy
With its rich history and legendary stories, most everybody has heard of the Okefenokee Swamp, but what about Johnny the Squirrel? The Ghostly Adventures of Johnny the Squirrel tells the story of an improbable trip through Lost Horse Trail, and in the process helps the reader experience the horror and excitement endured by Johnny, his cousin Rocky, and their family and friends.
 
Book: The Legacy of Sadie Mae Stevens - (The Gordite Witch) by Max W. Miller
Earth's survival lies in the hands of the Dylanians. A young Sadie Mae Stevens must weed through the mystery of her toxic blood and what it has to do with her mother's death. Sadie recognizes she is different for a reason, no other girl she knew hunted and chained Pigwaller monsters. The Tetradyne Rulers were overrunning Earth and Sadie had to stop them. But how could she battle against them all [...]
 
Book: Mrs. Thatcher's Gamble by David J. Kenney
This book took years to write. Every time I turned over a rock new questions emerged and challenged or refuted the common understandings of Thatcher's victory over Galtieri in 1982. In many cases, most notably in Charles Moore's authorized biography of Thatcher, there are sufficient errors to dislodge Moore's implied thesis that Thatcher was an organized and unassailable PM who knew all the [...]
 
Book: The Detroit Kid in the Forgotten War by John Robert McCauley
This story captures the forgotten conflict of World War II. The book sets during the Great Depression about eight years prior to World War II. The first section of "The Detroit Kid" is the story of young John trying to find his way during the depression while reaching for dreams and in the process learning the ways of men. This novel explores such issues as guilt, the acquisition of wisdom, [...]
 
Book: A Message in the Roses by Sandy Semerad
On a snowy day in Atlanta, Carrie Sue Justice revisits the past as a young and passionate newspaper reporter, covering a shooting death in her community: It's 1986. Her life is a mess. She catches her husband with another woman inside the antebellum home she inherited from her parents. Then she falls in love with an unavailable man plagued with guilt. The man is none other than the irresistible [...]
 
Book: Savannah's Black First Ladies, Vol. I - The Past, Present, and Future by Pamela Howard-Oglesby and Brenda L. Roberts
Praise for Savannah's Black "First Ladies" "The women [profiled here] are valuable role models for women, young and old, to admire and emulate. It should be required reading for any participants in a program working with young women in Savannah and the surrounding area." -Otis S. Johnson, PhD., Mayor, City of Savannah - "I found it to be informational, invigorating, and inspiring. It gives me the [...]
 
Book: In Our Duffel Bags - Surviving the Vietnam Era by Richard C. Geschke, Robert A. Toto
They were young, and they were fighting a war no one wanted to fight. They chose to serve their country despite these challenges. In In Our Duffel Bags , authors Richard Geschke and Robert A. Toto narrate the stories and the experiences of what junior army officers faced as citizen soldiers during pre-voluntary military service from 1969 to 1972. This memoir provides an inside view of the [...]
 
Book: Angelica - A Detective Mike Eiser Novel (The Detective Mike Eiser Series Book 4) by Clabe Polk
A LONG TIME AGO, ANGELICA VICETTI DID SOME VERY BAD THINGS WITH SOME VERY BAD MEN. Now, eleven years later, she's built a new life for her family, far from her old life in Las Vegas. BUT IT'S ALL ABOUT TO COME CRASHING DOWN! Angelica Vicetti of Las Vegas has become Angela Cassetta of Poplar Bluffs, just outside Atlanta, Georgia. She's built a successful real estate agency, and the son she rescued [...]
 
Book: The Witch and the Wise Men (Christian Fantasy Series Book 1) by Bryan Powell
The Witch and the Wise Men - An ancient medallion is discovered, An evil spirit is awakened, A witch's curse is broken ... And the wise men of Bethlehem are called upon to face the ultimate evil. When Mrs. White and her daughter, Abby, moved to North Hampton, a quiet town tucked away in the north Georgia mountains, little did the community suspect her real intentions. Then things began to happen [...]
 
Book: A Gentle Remedy by R A Lyndhurst
November in England may be a dark and disheartening month, but Georgia is full of hope. As a bride she is fulfilling the ambition of most Victorian daughters - to marry quickly, and to marry well. Her husband-to-be may be older than she is, but he seems kind and studious, and above all, can amply provide for her. Georgia knows that her life is about to change irrevocably, but nevertheless is [...]
 
Book: The Heir - A Novel by Binger Ray
Georgia Strawn is an out of work mother. She was born on the family farm and was, at birth, given a psychic gift that she has been afraid to use since she was a child. Enter Jeff Swain, New Iberia's most recent transplant from Chicago. Transferred by his employer, he knows what it's like to want answers and would pay dearly for them-considering his former wife has killed their little boy. Can [...]
 
Book: Not Our Brother's Keeper - The True Adventures of an Extraordinary Man by Melker Stec
From the day Melker Stec had his head smashed against his brother's by an abusive father, he suffered from visual and auditory hallucinations. But somehow, he managed to achieve a successful career as a Georgia state employee, including as a correctional counselor and governmental analyst. Along the way, he witnessed rampant corruption. In this memoir, Stec reveals how he overcame so many [...]
 
Book: Past, Present, and Promises by Patricia Leigh Graham, Verna C. Humphrey
Our first story is called White Shine of Appalachia. Take a journey, with our nameless narrator, through the towns of Baconton, Georgia to Rabun Gap, Georgia. Our narrator struggles with domestic violence, moonshining, and a somewhat voluptuous school teacher accused of sleeping with her husband. The ATF and DEA are hot on her husband's trail for attempted murder. She now must a make a decision [...]
 
Book: White Oaks by Jill Hand
"An ingeniously dark comic thriller about greed, gluttony and murder that is destined for the big screen." - Best Thrillers Aimee Trapnell reluctantly leaves her apartment on Manhattan's Central Park West to return to her childhood home in Georgia for her father's ninetieth birthday. Also on hand are her two brothers, wily Marsh and ne'er-do-well Trainor. With a forty-billion-dollar inheritance [...]
 


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