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The Sixteen Burdens by David Khalaf

http://www.selfpublishingreview.com/books/the-peril-protocol/The Sixteen Burdens by David Khalaf is the incredible first novel in a series about a fantastical alternate Old Hollywood. The stars of yesteryear weren’t just talented, they possessed supernatural abilities, and now they’re being kidnapped. Gray Studebaker – a street urchin who sells map to the stars – discovers the stars’ secret, and aims to save them from a nefarious adversary who is trying to steal their talents in order to create an unstoppable army.…

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The Peril Protocol by Robert Thornton

The Peril Protocol by Robert ThorntonThe Peril Protocol by Robert Thornton is a page-turning thriller about a renowned doctor who’s accused of being a serial killer. Dr. Hope Allerd is working under Dr. Erril, researching a miracle cure for meningitis. A reporter shows up on the scene and accuses him of the seemingly impossible: being the worst serial killer since Jack the Ripper.…

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A Spiritual Journey by Susan Kapatoes

A Spiritual Journey by Susan Kapatoes  A Spiritual Journey is Susan Kapatoes’ memoir about communing with the divine, and finding evidence of the divine in her life, such as in friendships and love. The book is not so much a spiritual treatise investigating different spiritual traditions, so much as a personal memoir about personal spiritual growth.…

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The Life Engine by Rick Baker

The Life EngineThe Life Engine by Rick Baker is a pulse-pounding and thought-provoking thriller about two mismatched people on the run from the American government and a sadistic killer. Ian Wolfe is a down-on-his-luck former CIA agent who is tasked with investigating April Gentry, a female Indiana Jones and then some, who has access to a life-saving plant in the Amazon rainforest.…

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B The EXXtinction by Santiago Mantilla

B The EXXtinction by Santiago MantillaB The EXXtinction by Santiago Mantilla is a dystopian science fiction novel proposing the provocative question: what would happen if men go extinct? Despotic ruler Queen Estevez starts a civil war to exterminate the male population. What she didn’t count on is how many males and females are bonded together, and don’t want to join her crusade.…

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Long Plastic Hallway by Joyce V. Harrison

Long Plastic Hallway by Joyce V. HarrisonTwenty-somethings Ellis, Bax and Chloe set out for a roadtrip only to quickly find they have no money. Busking to get by, Ellis eventually makes his way to Los Angeles and into the cut-throat music business, and all the highs (literally) and lows you find there.…

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Exile (Bloodforge Book 1) by Tom Stacey

Exile (Bloodforge Book 1) by Tom StaceyExile (Bloodforge Book 1) by Tom Stacey is an epic fantasy novel that heralds the beginning of an exciting new series. The Verian Empire is in shambles – on the edge of war, in the past and on the horizon – a land where heroes no longer remain.…

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Celluloid by Holly Curtis

Celluloid by Holly CurtisCelluloid by Holly Curtis feels like a novel written in black and white – the color of old movies, and especially Film Noir. It’s not a crime novel, per se, but it is a novel permeated with the love of old movies.…

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