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Book: Second Chances by Larry Yoke
Second Chances is an adult fiction romance novel: Hunter O'Conner has a rough childhood, so it's not surprising when he turns down the wrong path. Growing up with an abusive father, we can't help but feel sorry for him and wish, as he does, that "Mr. Wilson was his father" instead. He's not, but this father figure helps teach Hunter some lessons which will ultimately help him turn his life around [...]
 
Book: Poisoned Saints by Ben Coulter
*** Amazon Number 1 Bestseller *** WARNING: This novel depicts graphic adult situations including violence, sex and drug usage, with explicit dialogue from the start! The aim is to portray to the reader an authentic criminal lifestyle through the art of fiction, whilst using the regretful foundation of experience. *** Charlie is a cocaine distributor living in a run-down London overspill, but [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Caged, But Free (Book Five 5) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
I guess some people are just stubborn or maybe they just refuse to let anyone help them because they don't believe that they have a real problem. They have lived a certain way for so long that they don't even remember any sort of normalcy. They believe that they are living proof that they have gotten the lifestyle of an addict down to perfection. They have learned what to do and what not to do. [...]
 
Book: Simple Simon by William Poe
WINNER! INDIEREADER DISCOVERY AWARD FOR LGBT FICTION 2016 Simon Powell's rehab counselor encourages him to write down his story, and during sessions, to recount the events of his life. Simon led a troubled childhood before joining the Unification Church of Reverend Sun Myung Moon, a decision that allowed Simon to deny his sexual orientation on the pretext of building a better world. Despite [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Destination Unknown (Book Four 4) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
It's difficult to understand why an addict cannot "just stop" using drugs. What is even more perplexing is when "you" are the addict. It is so easy to get caught up in the viscous cycle of addiction yet so hard to escape the demon's dungeon and to let go of it's evil grasping hand. Time passes by, sometimes slow and sometimes all too quickly. All the while sucking you further down, down, down [...]
 
Book: An Eye For An Eye (Matthew Richter Thriller Series Book 2) by L.D. Beyer
One by one the targets fall, until there is only one left. And now he's out for revenge ... Save the President or save his lover? Two years ago, Secret Service Agent Matthew Richter faced the most difficult decision of his life, knowing that by saving the former, the latter would die. In the aftermath, he fled Washington and the agency that failed him. With wounds he's certain will never heal, he [...]
 
Book: The Third Step by William Lobb
One man's struggle to survive the addictions that are trying to kill him, and to come to terms with the inevitable he will face at his end. Dark, gritty, and riddled with back alley characters, A complex, fast paced, at times funny, at times terrifying journey. If you like Seth Harwood and the Jack Palms novels, you'll love William Lobb and The Third Step.
 
Book: SETH: "He Must Die" by JB Morris
If you love reading about drug cartel wars, crooked cops, and assassins, SETH is an action-filled book on a Marine's vigilante justice. Staff Sergeant Seth Collins wasn't your typical Marine. A member of the elite Marine Corps Force Recon, he had a Navy Cross on his chest and six combat deployments under his belt. Called home to care for his ailing father, he became a Hillsdale police officer. [...]
 
Book: The Plaza by Guillermo Paxton
Based on true events, many investigated by the author personally, THE PLAZA was inspired by the murder of crime reporter Armando "El Choco" Rodriguez, of El Diario de Juarez. Plaza. Spanish: in Mexican culture, a slang word describing the territory of a certain drug cartel. "I've been a reporter for years, and a resident of Juarez, Mexico all of my life. I've never seen anything like it. No one [...]
 
Book: Dead Reckoning (The Bequia Mysteries) by Michael W. Smart
MYSTERY AND ROMANCE SET IN THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS OF ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES. A STUNNING FIRST INSTALLMENT IN THE BEQUIA MYSTERY SERIES. A must read if you enjoy a page turner featuring compelling characters, a unique setting, danger and romance, written in a style reminiscent of a good hard-boiled mystery that holds you by the throat and doesn't let go until you finish it. Grab your copy [...]
 
Book: Bad Book by K. S. Brooks, Stephen Hise and JD Mader
The name's Case. Just Case, that's all. No first name. He is a man among men and therefore only one name is sufficient. Women want to smack him - men want to smack him, too, just harder. Join Case on his epic travels through multiple literary genres as he ruins horror, space-adventure, noir detective, spy-thriller, westerns, classics of literature, pop culture icons and more with his own unique [...]
 
Book: The Courage to Surrender by John W.
Unlike the memoir of a famous person, my story lives with the millions of baby boomers who passed me a joint and a beer in college and again at the corporate picnic. Before the Woodstock weekend in 1969, I graduated from college and married the mother of our love child, began training for a computer programming career, and a few months later got a high number in the draft lottery. My use of [...]
 
Book: Rock Music in American Culture - The Sounds of Revolution, 2d ed. by Robert G. Pielke
In the years following World War II, something vital and original was born in the restive cauldron of American culture. At that moment the voice of this vital and original something came fully into its own. It was insistent, loud and bawdy, and it finally had a name. It was Rock and Roll, and it was about to challenge society's values about race, sex, love, work, patriotism, fashion, commercials [...]
 
Book: The All Souls' Waiting Room - A Black Comedy about Karma and Killing Yourself by Paki S. Wright
Why would a gorgeous, smart-mouthed, eighteen-year-old girl named Johnnine Hapgood -- raised by free-loving followers of the controversial psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich (inventor of the orgone energy accumulator, the cloud-buster and a stolen orgone energy motor) -- try to kill herself? What lessons does she have to learn about karma and reincarnation? And what are the consequences of suicide? [...]
 
Book: Day Stalker - A Murder Mystery by Mitt Winstead
Tucson, Arizona, is held in the grip of fear and horror as an out-of-control cocaine addict -- desperate for money -- continues to terrorize and commit murder in the Catalina Foothills. Detectives Jon Mull and Manny Gonzalez are back on the job and hot on the trail of this most elusive and dangerous killer. Things go from bad to desperate when both detectives realize they are close to losing more [...]
 
Book: Wise Up - Be the Solution: Establish a learning culture in your home and help your child succeed in school by James L. Casale
As parents, we simply want what's best for our children, but sometimes the modern education system does not always cater to the individual needs of every child. Each child is unique and requires different amounts of attention and support. As your child's first teacher, you are the most influential factor on his or her growth academically, emotionally, and psychologically. In Wise Up and Be the [...]
 
Book: The Last Resistance - Dragon Tomb by Ricardo Alexanders
Want to see Nazi Panzer and Soviet T-34 charging together, not against each other? Want to see Prime Minister Tojo arguing face to face with President Roosevelt on which country is responsible for the attack of Pearl Harbor? This is the book for you. In Dragon Tomb, Writer Ricardo Alexanders tells a story about a young Chinese archaeologist who saves the world from an extraterrestrial Armageddon [...]
 
Book: Embodiment Of Hope - Life Story Based On Luo Culture And Customs by Edward Orony Omolo
EMBODIMENT OF HOPE is a family's footprints on the sands of time. The author has used his own family as an example in writing is own tale of undying hope, courage and determination and the style is autobiographical and ethnographic, which makes his writing rare piece of literature. The testament ends with the story of the grandsons, and other members of this great family, who have turned into a [...]
 
Book: Free Will Positive Moment by Mike Becker
"Free Will Positive Moment" "This beautiful work is a symphony for the senses. It is positive, ethical, and life affirming. The art is gorgeous and the words are clear and poetic. Together they are a work of art that can transform and uplift." --DR. LYNN EGERMAN, MD, PSYCHIATRY, BOARD CERTIFIED. Free Will Positive Moment is a reference, a guide, a tutorial, a reflection, as well a self guided [...]
 
Book: ec·o·nom·ics - a simple twist on normalcy: a blend of pop culture, economics, and social trends by Kersten L. Kelly
Professional football players, corporate tobacco advertisers, volatile gasoline prices, and the Cold War all share an undetected commonality each is an intrinsic part of economics. Though not obvious to the naked eye, each entity shares a pattern with the others. This book helps to shed light on these mutual characteristics. It is an extensive compilation of theories interpreted using supportive [...]
 
Book: kNewspapers - A Novel About Love and Citizen Journalism by K. Paul Mallasch
Sex, Drugs and Journalism Studies Paul Malinski transforms into kpaul as he journeys through the wilderness and the universe when banished from corporate media. Along the way, he learns a lot about journalism, greed, love, black holes, Occupy Wall Street, robots and automation, poetry, selflessness, mental illness and much more. Perhaps most important, he learns about himself and that one person [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Behind Bars (Book Three 3) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
Roses are red. Violets are blue. If you shoot too much HEROIN, You'll soon be blue too... I can't stop using heroin. I spent nine months in the hole all by myself and I still want to use. What's wrong with me? I need to get high. I overdosed in another inmate's cell - blue - and was left alone to die in prison. I don't know why, but heroin is the only thing that I want.
 
Book: American Panorama - A Comprehensive Guide to the Culture of the United States by Michael H. Collins
American Panorama provides a comprehensive up to date guide to the culture of the United States in 12 chapters for the citizen, citizenship applicant, businessperson, the civics, language and culture student and the traveler, particularly readers who have limited access to libraries. American Panorama is a concise encyclopedia informed by the latest scholarship and statistics. In easy language, [...]
 
Book: Escape from America - An Introspective Journey from America into China… by Vinnie Apicella
On the surface, Escape from America is the story of an American aspiring to change his life and plan a future in China. Beneath the surface, however, this book features critical analysis of both countries in an effort to promote greater understanding. China, in spite of its long history, is still a very "young" country where development is slow and unsteady. Sure, we from the "West" can say we've [...]
 
Book: Chief Emotional Officer - Intelligent Leadership in 60 Minutes by Simon Casey, Ph.D.
The title of the book was the direct result of interviewing many CEOs and their management styles. The result showed that "when a leader grew organizations grew". Unfortunately my findings revealed that many leaders put more emphasis on their managerial skills and revenue growth than their own personal growth which resulted in poor communication skills, disconnect from the staff and negative [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - A Political, Historical, Sociological Perspective (Book 2) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
This is not for people who avoid the truth, and rely on disinformation. It's not for people who have to have happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. This is telling it like it is and like it was. It's for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth, for better or worse, about political, historical, and sociological America. So it is controversial. In the 21st century in America [...]
 
Book: Dia a Dia - Language, life and culture (Brazilian Portuguese) (Volume 2) (Portuguese Edition) by Edinaldo E. Santo
This book is divided in four short books/chapters. From Intermediate to advanced level. It starts with the Simple Past Tense (Indicative Mode) through the Compound Tenses and up to four different forms of the Subjunctive (Present, Future, Imperfect and Compound Pluperfect). It is designed to help students to achieve a higher level in Portuguese. it will help you to use most Tenses in Brazilian [...]
 
Book: Spirit of the Mountain (Spirit Trilogy Book 1) by Paty Jager
Book One of the Native American Spirit Trilogy. Evil spirits, star-crossed lovers, and duty...which will prevail? Wren, the daughter of a Nimiipuu chief, loves the mountain and her people the Lake Nimmipuu. When a warrior from the enemy Blackleg tribe asks for her hand in marriage to bring peace between the tribes, she knows it is how she must fulfill her vision quest. But she is torn between [...]
 
Book: The Journey from Donegal by Laurie Smither
Twenty-five-year-old Michael McElhenny has inherited his parent's small holding and picked up the fundamentals of a classical education from an atheist priest. An incident sends him on the run just ahead of the law, leaving his new wife, the high-spirited Mary, to follow him to the new British colony of New Zealand. So begins a journey in a strange and beautiful frontier land. Michael has a shy [...]
 
Book: Insanity - Beyond Understanding by Bajeerao Patil
Working as a drug and alcohol counselor for over 20 years has given author Bajeerao Patil a world of experiences, as well as a trove of heartrending and peculiar stories filled with unforgettable characters. Visit the agonizing, sad and often-strange world the addicts find themselves in; your eyes will be opened to stories that happened behind the closed doors. Addicts believe they truly cannot [...]
 
Book: Dime by Luis Figueredo
Pierce Evangelista, a sharp-witted, Harvard-educated lawyer is drawn into the brutal and violent power struggle between the Venezuelan drug cartel and the DEA. Juan Carlos, who holds crippling information about the cartel, sits in the Curacao Prison awaiting extradition. He is aware that his life only holds value to the DEA if he agrees to cooperate; and the cartel can't allow him to tell the DEA [...]
 
Book: One Word - A Victoria Torrens Novel by V. M. Lopez
Victoria Torrens is a clumsy Real Estate Agent from Arizona who heads back to her hometown in Wisconsin for her class reunion. The problem is, where Victoria goes, trouble follows. Things turn quickly from a trip back home to a dangerous entanglement of lies, lust, abductions, drugs, and even murder. The question isn't if she will make it out ... it's if she will make it out alive.
 
Book: The Track Runner by A. Alico
Like his father before him, Alex is an impressive runner and track star. His strength, speed, and determination make him an Olympic hopeful. Then violence puts his life on an entirely different path. Mistaken for someone else, Alex is badly beaten by a drug lord's goons. Traumatized by the event, the young man loses all interest in running. So when a military recruiter offers a chance to escape [...]
 
Book: Blue Baja by David Joseph Holleman
Blue Baja is a saga which spans more than forty years. It is a story of good, evil, murder and revenge. The anti-hero, Euthel Brewer is a foundling raised by a mafia assassin. Brewer becomes a successful physician but the past reaches out and catches him up in tragedy. He forsakes all and flees to Baja, California where he becomes a heroin addict. Attempting suicide he is rescued by beautiful [...]
 
Book: Spirit Dog by Frances Altman
"Spirit Dog" was the name the Indians called Adolphus a dachshund that traveled the Texas Road to Oklahoma Territory with Jeffery Martin and his family Adventure begins at Fort Gibson when they explore a riverboat where they discover a captive Cherokee Indian boy named Hawk. The threesome head for freedom only to be captured by fierce Osage Indians. Unlike the Indians' wolf dogs, Adolphus is a [...]
 


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