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Concerto By Sandra Miller
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"I see you." Three simple words from her telephone in the dead of night send violinist Chrispen Marnett's life spiraling in directions she never imagined. The chance to work with the... More > greatest violinist alive drew her to Newton, but nothing could have prepared her for what she found there. Terror lurks in innocent places--a ringing phone, a late-night rehearsal, unexpected flowers. And what could have prepared her for Alexis Brooks: symphony concertmaster, international superstar, accused murderer? Withdrawn and moody, Alexis is cut off from everyone around him; his colleagues in the symphony, his fans, even his father. Everyone from her mother to the Newton Police has warned Chrispen against Alexis, but as her danger grows, he may be her only ally. Join Chrispen on the journey of a lifetime as she fights for her sanity, her happiness, and her life. To survive, she must unravel the layers of the past and uncover the dark secrets the Newton Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra hides.< Less
Ganymede Unfinished By Bryan Borland
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Over two years and seven issues, John Stahle produced Ganymede, a beautiful journal dedicated to gay art and culture. Though John died in April of 2010, his legacy remains. Ganymede Unfinished is a... More > tribute to the man and the journal. Ganymede Unfinished includes work by Perry Brass, Jee Leong Koh, Matthew Hittinger, Alexander Gale, Sergio Ortiz, Ocean Vuong, Jeff Mann, Eric Norris, Steven Cordova, Stephen S. Mills, Joseph Harker, Michael Cluff, Walter Holland, Brian Brown, BR Belletryst, Matthew Loney, Seth Ruggles Hiler, Amos Lassen, Jørgen Lien, Philip F. Clark, Eric Davis, Scott Hess, Charlie Vázquez, Garrett Graham, and Nico Corvalán. It also includes John Stahle’s final designs for Ganymede, which feature Digby Mackworth Dolben, Geer Austin, Evan J. Peterson, Derrick Austin, Kevin Simmonds, Bryan Borland, Rickey Laurentiis, Brooks Peters, David-Glen Smith, and Mark Milazzo.< Less
THEY CALLED HIM STERLING By Steven Michael
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Successfully departing the sex industry of Los Angeles at the top of his game was an option that Sterling Brooks, a popular adult film star and male escort, couldn’t pass up. After moving to... More > the quiet resort town of King Palms to operate a gym franchise called PUMP he tries to leave the spotlight of “gay-celebrity” behind. However, an eclectic group of characters create the clientele and staff that keep him reminded of where he came from. As casual sex, recreational drugs, drag queens with attitude, a stalker’s revenge, and every other form of gay stimuli imaginable surround him, Sterling must accept the spotlight that continues to find him around every corner and allow it to lead him into his future. He realizes that it’s not your past you should run from, but how fast you can run towards your future no matter where it leads you. "They Called Him Sterling" grabs the reader by their proverbial balls, and runs with them.< Less
THEY CALLED HIM STERLING By Steven Michael
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Successfully departing the sex industry of Los Angeles at the top of his game was an option that Sterling Brooks, a popular adult film star and male escort, couldn’t pass up. After moving to... More > the quiet resort town of King Palms to operate a gym franchise called PUMP he tries to leave the spotlight of “gay-celebrity” behind. However, an eclectic group of characters create the clientele and staff that keep him reminded of where he came from. As casual sex, recreational drugs, drag queens with attitude, a stalker’s revenge, and every other form of gay stimuli imaginable surround him, Sterling must accept the spotlight that continues to find him around every corner and allow it to lead him into his future. He realizes that it’s not your past you should run from, but how fast you can run towards your future no matter where it leads you. "They Called Him Sterling" grabs the reader by their proverbial balls, and runs with them.< Less
Ganymede Unfinished By Bryan Borland
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Over two years and seven issues, John Stahle produced Ganymede, a beautiful journal dedicated to gay art and culture. Though John died in April of 2010, his legacy remains. Ganymede Unfinished is a... More > tribute to the man and the journal. Ganymede Unfinished includes work by Perry Brass, Jee Leong Koh, Matthew Hittinger, Alexander Gale, Sergio Ortiz, Ocean Vuong, Jeff Mann, Eric Norris, Steven Cordova, Stephen S. Mills, Joseph Harker, Michael Cluff, Walter Holland, Brian Brown, BR Belletryst, Matthew Loney, Seth Ruggles Hiler, Amos Lassen, Jørgen Lien, Philip F. Clark, Eric Davis, Scott Hess, Charlie Vázquez, Garrett Graham, and Nico Corvalán. It also includes John Stahle’s final designs for Ganymede, which feature Digby Mackworth Dolben, Geer Austin, Evan J. Peterson, Derrick Austin, Kevin Simmonds, Bryan Borland, Rickey Laurentiis, Brooks Peters, David-Glen Smith, and Mark Milazzo.< Less
Nine Straight By Stuart Reb Donald
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In 1972 Auburn completed an unbelievable 4th quarter comeback to derail archrival Alabama’s quest for a national championship. The Tiger fans responded with a euphoric onslaught of jokes,... More > memorabilia, and the now famous slogan, Punt Bama Punt. The Crimson Tide’s legendary coach, Paul “Bear” Bryant was not amused. What followed was a barrage of success that would see Bama produce seven SEC titles, three national championships, break countless records, and outscore Auburn 287 – 104 en route to winning nine in a row against the Tigers. Only the efforts of an energetic and brazen young coach and the emergence of a phenomenal athlete could ebb the Tide. The streak would see a host of heroes both memorable and forgotten take the field for the two football powers. During this period names like Richard Todd, James Brooks, Dwight Stevenson, William Andrews, Ozzie Newsome, Joe Cribbs, Jeremiah Castille, and Bo Jackson would all leave their indelible marks on the rivalry known as The Iron Bowl.< Less
Nine Straight By Stuart Reb Donald
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In 1972 Auburn completed an unbelievable 4th quarter comeback to derail archrival Alabama’s quest for a national championship. The Tiger fans responded with a euphoric onslaught of jokes,... More > memorabilia, and the now famous slogan, Punt Bama Punt. The Crimson Tide’s legendary coach, Paul “Bear” Bryant was not amused. What followed was a barrage of success that would see Bama produce seven SEC titles, three national championships, break countless records, and outscore Auburn 287 – 104 en route to winning nine in a row against the Tigers. Only the efforts of an energetic and brazen young coach and the emergence of a phenomenal athlete could ebb the Tide. The streak would see a host of heroes both memorable and forgotten take the field for the two football powers. During this period names like Richard Todd, James Brooks, Dwight Stevenson, William Andrews, Ozzie Newsome, Joe Cribbs, Jeremiah Castille, and Bo Jackson would all leave their indelible marks on the rivalry known as The Iron Bowl.< Less
Back to God's Country and Other Stories By James Oliver Curwood
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Back to God's Country opens on an idyllic note at the peaceful Canadian mountain home where the innocent child-of-nature Dolores LeBeau lives with her doting father Baptiste LeBeau and a legion of... More > animal friends. When a handsome naturalist Peter Burke stops in at their mountain paradise he is charmed by Dolores and the pair are soon announcing their engagement to Baptiste. But the always changeable mood of Back to God's Country suddenly shifts from a bucolic love story to a genuine nightmare. A murderous criminal Rydal hiding out in the mountains and traveling with his half-breed sidekick, spies Dolores skinny-dipping in a brook and vows to "have" her. Back to God's Country was based on a typically sensational James Oliver Curwood short story "Wapi, the Walrus." Curwood's prototypical storyline was also used in Back to God's Country, with Dolores finding an abused, vicious black dog Wapi, her only companion and helpmate in the barren winter landscape where she and Peter are trapped.< Less
Back to God's Country and Other Stories By James Oliver Curwood
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A collection of short stories set in the wilderness. Back to God's Country opens on an idyllic note at the peaceful Canadian mountain home where the innocent child-of-nature Dolores LeBeau lives... More > with her doting father Baptiste LeBeau and a legion of animal friends. When a handsome naturalist Peter Burke stops in at their mountain paradise he is charmed by Dolores and the pair are soon announcing their engagement to Baptiste. But the always changeable mood of Back to God's Country suddenly shifts from a bucolic love story to a genuine nightmare. A murderous criminal Rydal hiding out in the mountains and traveling with his half-breed sidekick, spies Dolores skinny-dipping in a brook and vows to "have" her. Back to God's Country was based on a typically sensational James Oliver Curwood short story "Wapi, the Walrus." Curwood was known for a bizarre fiction formula in which decent women were threatened with rape, only to be rescued from a fate worse than death by a protective dog.< Less
Murderer at the Carnival! By Lyndia Glover
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The winter of 2003 had been a dreary, bleak time. At last, on March 1st trees began budding. Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I (Bentley Brighton) were anxious for spring. The sun... More > was shining and the temperature had risen. We went to Brook Central park to watch people and their dogs. Soon after we arrived an organ grinder with his little monkey approached us. He wanted to meet the famous Detective Cheerie. "I am with the Delgado Carnival out on Hwy. 13," he said. There had not been a murder all winter in London. Was it to cold for murderers to get out? The next day Inspector Jiles called. The body of a young woman had been discovered out on Hwy. 13. She had met with foul play. All of the staff of the Delgado Carnival became suspects. Detective Cheerie would soon be investigating there. Little did we know that he soon would be in a life or death situation in the line of duty! **Eighty-first book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less