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Left to Die By Wes Rand
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The story takes place in a northern California town near the Sierra foothills. Neville Stryker, the protagonist, is ambushed and left for dead on the trail. He walks to the next town, Egalitaria,... More > formerly named Bickford, and finds his horse but he also finds a town held captive by a gang of murderous politicos. Major Neville Stryker, now known as Stryker, has had a relentless series of violently tragic losses and he reacts to aggression with a gun or a blade. Most of his enemies occupy graves. Morgan Bickford, the town of Egalitaria’s leading citizen, persuades Stryker to help her recover her assets with the only thing she has to offer, her body. Afterwards she and Stryker cut a deal but only when she agrees to give him forty-percent of the ranch sale proceeds, provided he can get her ranch back. Morgan quickly realizes Stryker is a dangerous and ruthless killer himself. However, her interest is piqued by the complexities of the tall loner and his mysterious past.< Less
The Breach House Anthology Volume III By Edward Lemond
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A third volume of poetry and prose from the Breach House Gang of writers, based in southeast New Brunswick, Canada.
The Ponzi Scheme By Howard Prossnitz
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The Ponzi Schene is a legal thriller about Jake, a recently divorced Chicago attorney, gets caught up in a hunt for international Ponzi scheme criminals. The adventure starts in Germany, goes... More > through Paris, and climaxes in Chicago where all of Jake's legal skills will be tested. During the chase,he meets Suzanne, a compelling German doctor, but can she be trusted?< Less
Legends of Areia: Generations By Brent Keath
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Everyone has a story. When we meet someone we see a very small glimpse of them, we have no clue what their past or future is. However, if you could somehow step into their mind you could begin to... More > understand their actions, feelings, thoughts, and spirit. Legends of Areia: Generations allows you to step into the mind of Prince Drake Vengar as he suffers the loss of his father and works to figure out what he needs to do with his life. Thinking he can trust no one, Drake tries to use his power over fire to make a change in the world. The first change: to find and kill the person who killed his father.< Less
A Time to Heal By Janet R. Stafford
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“It seems to me,” Maggie writes in her journal, “that this time after the storm of battle has been a waiting time, a time of recovery. We did not know where we would be led next. We... More > did not know when or if change would happen.” A TIME TO HEAL, set in the months immediately after the Battle of Gettysburg, continues the story of Maggie and Eli Smith and their diverse family. Maggie’s daughters and friends struggle to care for a houseful of wounded soldiers. Maggie and Emily have suffered terrible trauma and move with their husbands to a safer location. Everyone is hoping and praying to heal and a return to normal life. Then an act of compassion suddenly puts them in jeopardy.< Less
JUSTICE By Dr. Larry R. Moses
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The story of Thomas Kincade during the Civil War and Post Civil War period in America.
Southern Manor By C.W. Tiffin
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Henry Hamilton ran his farm in southern Ontario like his father had run the planation in the southern US and treated his workers like slaves. Nothing stood in Henry's way for making money. Jim Ryan... More > was the son of Bob O'Ryan an Irish immigrant who had worked for Henry until he could purchase his own farm down the road. Bob's father had put up the money but when an accident took his life the banker came looking for payment and when Bob couldn't pay the land went back to the bank for sale. Jim had watched all of the sorrow his parents encountered and how greed had interfered with the family dream. Jim had a plan to get the land back and with the help of the great depression and Henry's high maintenance wife Ginger, Jim was going to bring Henry to his knees.< Less
2014 - Bizim Oykulerimiz By Ankara Kitapligi
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Ankara Kitapligi Yedinci Oyku Yarismasi'na katilan oykuler
Land of the Free, Home of the Brave By Bonnie E. Okun
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Illicit drugs, homelessness, corruption in law enforcement: Whose fault are these problems? Whose responsibility are they? Cambridge, MA, writer Jasmine Marshall runs up against these questions... More > when drug dealing unexpectedly and suddenly penetrates her life. Working with a highly competent, intriguing black FBI agent, Malcolm Cross, she tries to extricate herself and her family from the drug world. In the process, she discovers its pervasive, destructive nature within her own city, as she sees how its dirty fingers touch the homeless, students at the high school, and the police department. As she learns who is willing to help, and who is not, she finds herself asking another question: What does it take to be brave in a free society?< Less
PRJ Fall 2014 By Pea River Journal
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Pea River Journal is a roominghouse for servants of the duende.
Count Every Star By Nancy Elvira
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Just days before Alex Wagner leaves town to begin a highly anticipated new chapter in his life, he stumbles upon a lost holiday tradition hidden in the history of an aging lakefront bungalow in urban... More > Cleveland, Ohio. With guidance from assorted locals, including a mysterious neighbor, he brings the old house back to life and finds he has unknowingly mended lingering emotional wounds from the past, magically reigniting the spirit of the season for the entire city. A journey into the human spirit and the power it holds, Count Every Star is an uplifting tale of love, loss, aspiration, vision, hope, brotherhood and ultimately, faith.< Less
Hunting in the Dark By William Burleson
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A hundred and fifty miles north of Minneapolis and maybe fifty feet above the rapids on the Black River, Paul and his high school friends are far from the prying eyes of their parents. They celebrate... More > their freedom and their youth with little caution and few concerns. Blood brothers without the mess; friends for life. But youth is short lived, and rich and poor, urban and rural, their paths are destined to be very different. This coming of age story asks: how does privilege, circumstance, and blind luck govern our fate? And what risks are we willing to take along the way? Hunting in the Dark is the fifth title available in the flash novel series from Bartleby Snopes Press.< Less
The Dim Between By SarahBelle Selig
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The Dim Between is the story of two men: Will is a soldier stationed in Palestine in 1937; Levi is a journalist in Leeds, England in 1978. Although they are very different men, their stories... More > intertwine by the end of this ambitious debut novel.< Less
The Legacy of Totalitarianism in a Tundra By Anonymous
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The Legacy of Totalitarianism in a Tundra /lit/ Approved Epic Fantasy As featured in: Harold Bloom’s Shiterary Canon - The Best and Worst of Postmodernist Literature Donetsk Times Best... More > Selling Author The Legacy of Totalitarianism in a Tundra Translation by Chuck Berry >anonymous An insight into the spook-conscious Enter the toxic post-ironic internet culture of /lit/< Less
The Most Beautiful Girl in the World By Alexander Langford
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"The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" is a coming-of-age story about Christopher Showers. He leaves his backwoods Georgia home and comes to San Francisco, where he meets the woman of his... More > dreams. That's where his adventure begins.< Less
The Lives of Four Men fromTyson, Texas By Josh Rittenberry
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In the tired dusty town of Tyson, Texas, a new arrival shakes up a community firmly entrenched with the past and it's traditions. When a series of shocking events unite a new high school football... More > coach and three of his players, it turns out their ultimate connection is more shocking than you are ready to believe< Less
So the Arrow Flies By Esther K. Chae
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SO THE ARROW FLIES is a political thriller about an alleged North Korean spy and the FBI agent who interrogates her. ​In his introduction, ​David Henry Hwang​ calls the play a... More > "dazzlingly ambitious play, which explores nothing less than the identity of our world today." Written by award-winning actor Esther K. Chae, the solo performance play explores complex political and social issues including America's national security apparatus, global identity and gender roles through modern heroines. This volume contains the English language script and its Korean language translation.< Less
Reyyan’s Penance By Waleed Khan
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Reyyan is just eleven when the Soviets torture and execute his beloved elder brother in front of him and his mother. Devastated by the loss of her firstborn, she too gives up life moments later,... More > leaving Reyyan an orphan. After the Soviets withdraw from his Afghan village, Reyyan’s faith in goodness unravels, forcing him to fend for himself, and in so doing, caring little for others. Eight months later, Reyyan is adopted by his wealthy Afghan-American aunt, who is intent on protecting her sister’s last memory. Under lax supervision and in response to his loss, Reyyan rebels into a playboy who selfishly indulges his carnal desires. As he attempts to escape from a subconscious calling to mend his ways, only time will tell if God will be merciful to Reyyan or if he will be crushed by his personal demons.< Less
Acadian Passage By Jeanne Register
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“Acadian Passage, a tale of flight and rendezvous, love and loss, is rich with detail. The story of Acadia and the beauty of the place are vividly drawn as the tale unfolds. Readers will savor... More > this seldom revisited corner of history, now brought to light.” —Elizabeth Pomeroy, historian and author of John Muir, A Naturalist in Southern California “An enjoyable blend of history, romance and anthropology. Register brings the idyllic- then brutal- story of the Acadians to life.” —Steven A. LeBlanc, author of Constant Battles: The Myth of the Peaceful, Noble Savage Jeanne Gleason Register is descended from French Acadians through her mother Marie Daigle. She began writing ACADIAN PASSAGE after she retired from teaching history and eleven years as Head of Mayfield Senior School. She graduated from Wellesley College and lives in Altadena, California.< Less
In Search of Myself By Shirley Franklin
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The story of a Christian teenager in postwar Germany who discovers that she was given up as a baby by Jewish parents to save her from the Nazis. Worldview shattered, she embarks on a journey to find... More > her roots and her family, if any are left.< Less
Treasure in Paradise By Thomas Cleare
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Treasure in Paradise is a suspenseful adventure through Key West and the Florida Keys by a group of young middle school friends. Join the Torch Club on the adventure of a lifetime as they unravel a... More > series of clues to solve a 250 year old mystery. Louden, Cort, Kate, Johnny, and Henry will have to outsmart and outrun modern day pirates to solve a mystery that dates back to the American Revolution and find the treasure before it is too late. A picturesque setting serves as the backdrop where secret hideouts and hidden messages lead to exciting chases on foot and over water as the Torch Club tries to stay one step ahead in the race to find the treasure.< Less
Grace at Spirit Lake By Colin Mustful
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Along the wintry landscape of a pristine and hopeful frontier, tragedy struck and strife followed. Joseph Campbell is a thirty-one year old, mixed-breed interpreter who finds himself helplessly... More > intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing, but largely unknown struggle in the history of Minnesota. Joseph grew up along the expanding western frontier and he developed an intimacy for the people and places along with a deep seated knowledge of the varying cultures and languages. Following a massacre incited by Inkpaduta and the Wahpekute Indians in March of 1857, Joseph becomes torn between his duties as a U.S. Interpreter and his deep understanding, compassion, and kinship ties for his Dakota brethren. Joseph struggles desperately to uphold the rights of the Indians while at the same time seeking to capture and punish the guilty party. All the while, Joseph discovers a brooding conflict within himself that he longs to understand and finally overcome.< Less
Seven Cities and other Journeys By Stephanie Fielding
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These beautiful stories hover on a dreamlike border between fiction and memoir. A woman fleeing a disastrous marriage finds God on a bus to Phoenix; a Mohegan family, scattered as far as Hawaii,... More > reunites on ancestral ground; an elderly men's home is brought to life by the appearance of a mysterious toddler. Stephanie Fielding hails from a long line of spiritually- minded Mohegan authors, as she writes about different cultures, about faith, and always, fundamentally, about love.< Less
Plucked Again! By William D. Rouse
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A highly original tale of a man given a second chance at life with the guidance of a talking chicken. A bump on the head sends Jackson Fitzroy, known as Flanker, into a temporary amnesia. But all... More > is not lost: As the owner of a chicken broiler house, he now has the companionship and assistance of MAC, a talking chicken, the most ancient spokeschicken. MAC, who has the uncanny ability to not only advise Flanker but also read his mind, carefully helps him piece together the details of his life. As his attachment to MAC and the others grows, Flanker learns more about the tragedies he had been running from before he hit his head, and he begins to understand how he can save himself, his marriage and his future. Told in a sardonic style, the well-paced story has flashes of comedy with surprising turns of insight.< Less
Greater Sampson County Swamp Sheep Hunt By Bobby Rupert
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The Greater Sampson County Swamp Sheep Hunt is a captivating collection of fictional short stories comingled with facts and real events. This is the South I grew up in, full of love for family,... More > friends, outdoors, great dogs and story tellin.’ These stories developed from my many years in the field and on the water, professionally hunting, fishing and handling dogs. They are chock full of Southern heritage and lore and can carry you back to old time memories of how the South used to be with Aunt Robeana’s homemade chocolate cake to Grandpa curing hams. Dog lovers can get a good fix of heartwarming humor from the dog trading of J and Uncle Chepus to the many antidotes my dogs get into. Hunters will return to a time when our fields and streams had loads of game and the majority of the southern population was still enwombed by and with the land.< Less