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Field of Flowers By D.S. Peterson
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Anselmo is a proud man who has been bred for violence in the Colombian drug world of the 1950s. He knows that everything comes at a price—and the same culture that gave him everything has just... More > stolen his father’s life. Anselmo suspects that Carlos, his powerful uncle, is responsible and struggles to convince Fernando, his childhood friend, to join him in the quest for the truth—and revenge. But Carlos, an elderly war hero, is now a conflicted man, torn between blood-soaked loyalty and an old man’s desire to do the right thing. He’s ready to retire and give back to the country he loves, but it may be too late. Field of Flowers is a historically accurate tale of two men in search of truth in the corrupt, violent, drug-riddled world of Colombia in the 1950s. Anselmo and Fernando race desperately into—and away from—a life of intrigue, dangerous women, and powerful enemies. In a story of brutal truth, tender bravery, and love, two men pursue revenge, honour, and destiny.< Less
Beyond The Horizon - Hollywood Stories By Chris Dickerson
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"BEYOND THE HORIZON" contains three novellas set in Hollywood California, the last stop on the road to the American Dream. "The Hollywood Vine" features Steve Cody, a cynical... More > young bouncer in a dive bar who came to town to be a rock star, whose past is as uncertain as his future. "The Mourning After" follows New York novelist Rick Boston's dive into the world of movie making. And "The Healer" focuses on Rafael, an AmerIndian with the power to change people's fate. Three exciting and thought-provoking novellas from playwright, poet and novelist Chris Dickerson< Less
Terrorists Don't Eat Sushi By Anne Zimmerman
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Upper East Side stay at home mother, Reilly Peterson, stumbles onto a terrorist plot while playing with her gregarious children in Central Park. Because she is obsessed with political correctness,... More > she is hesitant to call the authorities and pursues the could-be terrorists on her own. As she becomes more certain of the plot, she drags in an overweight old boyfriend, her stylish investment banker husband, a new preppy mom friend and her politically incorrect best friend, Jenn. Together, they shop, interpret Farsi, discuss Middle Eastern affairs and ruthlessly bash Republicans. While the ad hoc group attempts to save the free world, the unlikely group of terrorists, including a loud Southern evangelist and a quiet Iranian chemistry professor, deceive each other and an unexpected twist leads millions to question the Christian bible.< Less
Slum: a Novel (New Edition with Study Guide) By Dan Carroll
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SLUM is not the typical boy-meets-girl love story. Their situation is impossible. Robert is a sophisticated president of an organization in New York. Julianna is a former stripper living in a slum... More > on a Caribbean island. Besides, Robert already has a girlfriend; he is not looking for someone else, especially not a married ex-stripper from the far-away Cienaga slum! But, as fate would have it, a six-year-old child, Alba, is the force which brings them together into a rebellious and passionate entanglement which transforms both of them into a deep passion for life itself. An intoxicating love story? A tale of hope for a dying child? A philosophical drama on morality? Reviewers have said SLUM has it all.< Less