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The Amendment Killer by Ronald S. Barak

The Killer Amendment by Ronald S. BarakJust how far will you go to save the one you love? In The Amendment Killer, author Ronald S. Barak asks us this question within a complex and riveting political thriller.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Arnold Hirschfeld, and his fellow justices are listening to opening remarks in a landmark case that will uphold or invalidate the 28th Amendment.…

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Surfing with Snakes & Dragons by Roger J. Couture

Surfing with Snakes and Dragons by Roger CoutureIn the land of eternal sunshine, life may seem smooth and simple, but there is conflict brewing beneath the waves. In Surfing with Snakes & Dragons: And Other Tales of Suburbia, author Roger J. Couture spins eight enrapturing tales of a freewheeling life that are imbued with energy, danger, and the confusing growing pains of youth.…

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Preacher’s Wife by Beverly Mitchell Dodd

Preacher's Wife by Beverly Mitchell DoddLife is a series of difficult choices and nowhere is that better illustrated than in Preacher’s Wife, a work of women’s fiction by author Beverly Mitchell Dodd.

Abigail (Gailey) Serenson is a minister’s daughter who has seemingly led a sheltered life – one that tragically changes at age sixteen when her mother, father and older sister are killed in a bus accident.…

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Churchill’s Assassin (The Lochran Trilogy Book 1) by John Righten

Churchill's AssassinChurchill’s Assassin is a riveting political thriller by John Righten that asks, Why try to assassinate a dying man?

It’s New Year’s Eve, 1964. Lochran Ryan, a young man fresh off a ferry from Ireland, hands the customs official a telephone number and demands that he calls the number as it’s a matter of national security.…

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Angel Curs: Adam & Eve by Michael Thomas Griswold

Angel Curs: Adam & EveSpanning more than 100,000 years of imagined history, Angel Curs: Adam & Eve, the first book in the Angel Curs series, is an innovative novel that leaps from humanity’s beginnings to a looming third world war. Michael Thomas Griswold’s fantasy is based on the premise that Angels, actually descendants of Neanderthal Man, sparked all Earth’s development, fighting but eventually intermarrying with the Curs, or ordinary humans.…

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Purgatorium by J.H. Carnathan

Purgatorium by J.H. CarnathanIn a snowbound city, a man lives anonymously, trapped in repetitive days that last only one hour and often end—or begin—with nightmares in J.H. Carnathan’s compelling Purgatorium.

When we first meet the protagonist, he doesn’t know his own name, seemingly unaware of the many limitations binding him.…

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White Wine and Medical Marijuana by Julia Cirignano

White Wine & Medical Marijuana by Julia CirignanoEmerging poet Julia Cirignano explains that neither intoxicating substance named in her title has “necessarily helped me create great art, yet I feel that they help define me,” hence the title of her evocative first work of poetry, White Wine & Medical Marijuana.…

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Dark Isles: Deliverance by Brian Shinomiya

Dark Isles: Deliverance by Brian Shinomiya

Dark Isles: Deliverance by Brian Shinomiya is a well-drawn work of military sci-fi following Zayta Holtcoughski, a soldier who’s been primed for battle from a very young age. When a space mission goes awry, Zayta is thrown from the ship in an escape pod and lands on a foreign world where medieval weaponry is the norm, and the planet is deep in conflict.…

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