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New Releases – Self-Published Books

The Piketty Problem by Garth Hallberg

The Piketty Problem: or The Robots Are Coming, The Robots Are Coming by Garth Hallberg

The Piketty Problem by Garth Hallberg is an engaging novel of social protest, which acts as both a warning and call to action about the state of the economy and mechanization. Suzanne Dealy is at odds with her husband, who aims to mechanize chains of McDonald’s with “McRobots.” She meets kindred spirit Steve Harris, who’s an equal devotee of the economist Thomas Piketty.…

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Terror by Eamonn Hickson

Terror by Eamonn HicksonAuthor Eamonn Hickson brings the fascinating, dingy, and complex streets of Boston alive in his new novel Terror, a probing novel of survival in the modern world.

In the uncertainty of a post-9/11 America, issues of patriotism and racism mesh every day with issues of unemployment, poverty, and rising crime rates.…

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I Am Not Nothin’: The Serpent Handler’s Daughter by Tommy G. Robertson

I Am Not Nothin': The Serpent Handler's DaughterI Am Not Nothin’: The Serpent Handler’s Daughter by Tommy G. Robertson takes readers back to a time and place where things might seem simpler on the surface, but in reality they are not. Centered in a coal mining “company” town, the cast of characters are dealing with a type of indentured servitude to the owner of the coal and coke company while they are just trying to get by in life.…

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The Spy Who Hated Me! (A James Spillaney Casefile) by Shaun Chapman

!: A James Spillaney Casefile The Spy Who Hated Me! by Shaun Chapman is a rip-roaring race through a shadowy noir world of dames and danger, with a healthy dose of technological surrealism that gives this world a slightly unpredictable edge.

James Spillaney epitomizes the stereotype of private detectives, and the novel is an immersive and enjoyable dive into this dramatic style.…

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Shed Your Chaos by Glenn C. Stewart

Shed Your Chaos by Glenn C. StewartIn Shed Your Chaos, author Glenn C. Stewart observes that many people are deficient in basic life skills, and believes that helping others as a Christian means imparting skills to reorganize – whether they are in a chaos of disorderliness or a pattern of high structure arrayed around the wrong priorities.…

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