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My Son (A Journey) by Francis J.D. Hyland By Francis J.D. Hyland
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"My Son" is a tale of a British boy, born and raised in Ghana, and his search for the freedom he believes he has now lost as an adult. As he loses his way along the path of life, he fights... More > with the anger he feels inside towards his parents for taking him away from the utopian existance in which he was raised. As his own son grows, he begins to realize that the freedom had always been there, that he had wasted a great portion of his life in the pursuit of the treasure that he had been unable to see was right in front of him.< Less
Cross Fire By Ronny Davis
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The Hard Knock Ballers are doing things their way, until an FBI agent is sent from New York to assist in stopping their illegal activity. But thats not all they have to worry about. There's also a... More > crew from the other side of town who's looking for revenge on one of them. Then again, can love get in the way of this family of Hard Knock Ballers? Who will make it out and who will fall in the Cross Fire?< Less
SCHUYLER MOUNTAIN: Christmas 1926 By Patrick E. O'Brian
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Will they find survivors lost in a freakish winter storm? Was Postmaster Silverman’s ‘Magic Box’ really enchanted, were these events coincidences, or were these truly holiday... More > miracles? SCHUYLER MOUNTAIN: Christmas 1926 is a wondrous, tragic, and adventurous tale about a bustling rural town of family-oriented community-spirited people in December 1926.< Less
SCHUYLER MOUNTAIN: In The Great Depression By Patrick E. O'Brian
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The fictional account of a real company town in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in central Virginia leading up to and during The Great Depression of 1929. It was a time happiness, survival,... More > and hope as their Soapstone plant makes cuts and eventually closes.< Less
Kindertransport By Diane Samuels
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For the stage. Between 1938 and 1939, a movement that became known as Kindertransport evacuated nearly 10,000 Jewish children from Germany to Britain. Most of the children were between ages 4 and... More > 17; some were babies carried by children; none were accompanied by parents. In its particulars, the play Kindertransport is about a fictional child who was evacuated from Germany. It is about separation, about the choices we make in our attempts to keep our children safe, and about the reverberations of traumatic events through generations of a family. THEATRE - DRAMA 6 Characters: 5 Females – 1 Male 1 set: Interior of a House< Less
All That Remains By Jeremy Dorfman
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All That Remains is the story of the interconnected lives of four men. It is the story of Colin Benson, so frustratingly devoid of emotion that he is willing to wreak horrendous grief onto the life... More > of his only friend in the world so that he might only feel something. It is the story of Justin Giacorozzi, a police officer with lofty intentions of making the world a better place and the more pressing distress of falling in love with his best friend’s girl. It is the story of Jake Porter, an amateur boxer who is unable to feel physical pain due to a rare condition and who considers himself so spiritually unattached that he dates women purely for the challenge of not caring about them. And it is the story of Michael Bailey, a college freshman, who discovers that he has the sudden inexplicable ability to manipulate the matter around him and who the world expects to fill the rather daunting position of simultaneous superhero and prophet.< Less
The Time Of The Preacher By Rick Fontes
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Brian McFee is The Preacher. Kidnapped as a child from his home in Ireland and pressed into duty as a cabin boy on a clipper ship, McFee eventually found his way to America and a new life as a... More > western outlaw. His spiritual awakening came while in prison in New Mexico and placed him on an entirely new path, that of a circuit riding minister. But his past would not stay in the past. The Time of the Preacher is the story of McFee's attempts to find personal peace and salvation and of the forces that conspired to deny those things to him. His tale points to the trials many of us face in our own quest to become better persons and illustrates the truth of those words written by a song writer some years ago: Just when you think it's all over, it's only begun.< Less
Henry Grumpf By kat bourne
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Henry Grumpf is a homeless loner, but there is more to Henry than that. A book short on words but long on heart.
Face to Face By Travis Gulbrandson
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A barfly. A disgraced surgeon. A tired nanny. Two out-of-work movie stars. These are some of the characters that populate Face to Face, a new collection of ten short stories told with grace, subtle... More > humor and compassion.< Less
Setting Fire To This Life By Alan Clark
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Futuristic novel about the life of a computer hacker kept alive by the government and his efforts to save the world from a dangerous threat from the past.
Arland By William Huff
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Overcoming awkwardness, politics, and mortal enemies, a professional student develops a technology and culture for populating the harshest climates on the planet. After rescuing a young lady from a... More > bar, and then finding himself in desperate peril, he turned to her for help. She introduced him to a whole new style of technology and culture. Adventure, romance, and a assortment of surprising characters pave a road to a more promising future for us all.< Less
Together We Can Heal By Bradley Herchelroath
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Decklin Kavanagh is a college freshman, 18, and going to school for psychology. Jameson Knox is also a college freshman, 24, and going to school for drama. There is just one difference between the... More > two. Jameson is gay, but Decklin has yet to come out, until he begins to develop feelings for his roommate. Late one night, Decklin's world is shattered like a mirror during a brutal sexual assault. From this, the two boys realize that they have more in common than they realized. Feeling desperate to save him from further harm, Jameson and Decklin's parents, Meghan and Rich, all offer their support to help him heal. But when the assaulter returns, can Decklin stand back up after being forced down again? Please note that some themes are intended for mature audiences.< Less
Flight of a Lifetime By Bradley Herchelroath
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The world panicked when Trans Columbia Airlines Flight 2 crashed off the coast of Cornwall, England. On board were 120 some college students and faculty on a study abroad trip. No survivors were... More > reported, leaving authorities and the public begging for answers that would never come. The eyewitness, Caiden Black, was bringing in a catch when it happened. Now with this new stress and the pain of losing his mother to cancer, Caiden feels lonely and ready to give up life… until he meets Alistair James. Together, they fulfill their passion, produce video blogs and post them for millions to see. It seems that life has gotten so much better, until Alistair is approached by an American couple who claim him to be their dead son, as well as an American girl who dated him. Could these new accusations possibly tie Alistair to Trans Columbia Flight 2? Is Caiden willing to bear the force with him? Please note that some themes are intended for mature readers.< Less
Odinochka: Armenian Tales from the Gulag By Suren Oganessian
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Vartan Manukyan is a 29 year old prisoner in a Soviet Gulag in Siberia, who has just been given a death sentence; three nights in solitary confinement. Odinochka delves into the mind of this single,... More > forgotten prisoner, and unveils the story of a man haunted by memories of his youth, growing up in an orphanage in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War. Caught in a siege in the city of Van, he and his friends are left with no choice but to participate in its defense. The novel follows his attempt to make sense of the world around him in the harshness of the orphanage and the turmoil of the war, and find an emotional escape through the stories he tells and the friends he makes. Odinochka is a story for those who did and did not survive, for those who are only remembered as statistics; a single number in the death toll. This book gives a unique perspective on the Armenian Genocide and Stalin’s Great Purge, intertwined with folk tales and insights into what it’s like to be a child during war.< Less
Slum Song: Disaster in the Wind By Dan Carroll
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THE SLUM TRILOGY, BOOK TWO “Life turns on a dime,” Robbie says in the final paragraphs of Book One—and the pages of Book Two fulfill his clichéd statement in ways he never... More > could’ve foreseen. Little did they know they’d be dealing with the cold blooded murder of one of Julianna’s employees, the fiery death of her brother, fear and hunger, and Julianna’s near rape, as the island is thrown into turmoil. As Robbie’s headquarters and Julianna’s General Store become engulfed in flames, and the entire slum finds itself in a state of panic, Robbie must confront the reality of an island convulsed in unexpected upheaval, while at the same time support and comfort Julianna who struggles to bring life into a world that knows only death. Love, passion, and hope drive Slum Song: Disaster in the Wind—a fast-paced adventure which takes twists and turns to the point where Robbie and Julianna have difficulty holding onto the life they’ve built, but a life which thrusts them into a new beginning.< Less
Slum Fever: To America and Back By Dan Carroll
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THE SLUM TRILOGY, BOOK THREE Eight people narrowly escape death on a revolutionary island by fleeing to America in a small plane. One person, though, is intentionally left behind because he had... More > naively thought he wanted to be part of the revolution. But he was wrong. Sergeant Gabino realized too late that he should’ve been on the escape plane with the others, as his life as a soldier became in peril due to his crazy, neurotic general. As Robbie, Julianna, baby Vic, Alba, Mama, Natalia, Lucita, and Chris try to adjust to America (some successfully, others disastrously), a communication blockade sets in. They could no longer talk with Gabino, whom they last knew as desperately wanting to get away from his neurotic general, fearing for his life. A rescue of Gabino is impossible because the revolution raged. But when a dangerous, long-shot chance presents itself, Robbie fearfully returns to the island to see if he could locate the naïve soldier, Gabino, and bring him to America to join the people he loved.< Less
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Jessie By Thomas Canavan
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A dog named Jessie rescues a wide variety of zoo animals from a greedy hunter and saves the day.
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Milk and Honey on the Other Side By Elizabeth Guider
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In a rambunctious river town unsettled by the Great War and up-ended by change unlikely lovers are brought together—but dogged by inescapable bigotry. Despite the dangers, the heroine defies... More > her southern upbringing; the hero fends off his inner demons. For family and friends, race becomes a litmus test, each revealed by his responses to the chasm which separates black from white. Can that divide—widened by distance, a disastrous marriage, the devastation of the ’27 Flood—be overcome?< Less
Melanie By Meskerem W. Teshome
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Melanie Miller never planned to lose her entire life at age seventeen. But when her parents die in a tragic accident, Melanie realizes her life is not hers to control anymore. Just days after the... More > accident, Melanie is placed in a group home with strangers. While she struggles to accept the turn her life has suddenly taken, Melanie must grieve the loss of her parents while attempting to convince herself that life will go on, especially after her uncle rejects the idea of becoming her guardian. Now as Melanie’s journey leads her to a new family, she faces more emotional turmoil than she ever imagined as anger, sadness, and confusion bubble to the surface. As Melanie is forced to confront some harsh realizations, she must look within for the answers as her future—and her purpose—wait. Melanie shares the poignant tale of a teenager’s challenges after her parents are killed in a car accident and she is left to find her way in an uncertain world.< Less
The Compass and the Rose By Nancy Elvira
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WWII sailor Winston Cunningham meets seventeen year-old Irene Walker. An unlikely combination with little in common, their relationship gets off to a rocky beginning. Wink becomes intrigued with an... More > old house in Cleveland, along the shore of Lake Erie, and when Irene sees it, there is no turning back. The Cunninghams sense that there’s an air of mystery about the house; more to its story than they had been told. Wink becomes so obsessed with the house that he fails to see the storm brewing on his own personal horizon. With help from some oddball neighbors and a lesson from a determined young boy who believes in the unbelievable, Wink and Irene succeed in navigating their troubled waters. As it all unfolds, they discover that many of the questions left by the former owner of the house have been answered. This is the second novel in the Edgewater series from Nancy Elvira.< Less
Attack On An Embassy By Nick Mariano
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"Attack on an Embassy" is a story that combines both actual life experiences of the author and fiction. Set in Africa, it chronicles how terrorists plan an attack on an American Embassy in... More > the present day and then carry it out. In 1998 the author departed an assignment in Nairobi, while with the Diplomatic Security Service of the U.S. Department of State, just four days before terrorists bombed the American Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The events left a lasting imprint in the author's memory. He also wanted to try to show the sacrifices our Diplomatic Corps and Military make while serving overseas. A work of fiction with some real life thrown in between.< Less
The Eighth Day By Harold Coyle
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A confrontation between an Arizona militia group and a Mexican drug cartel is used as an excuse to clampdown on a militia group led by Allen Devin, a charismatic former Marine colonel. Warned of the... More > pending FBI raid on his compound, the raid not only fails, it is broadcast live by a reporter sent to interview Devin for a television news network. Through the use of social media, Devin turns the tables on the administration by creating a political crisis that spreads beyond the boarders of Arizona. When senior generals are called upon to send troops against the militia group, most decline to obey, citing the Posse Comitatus Act which restricts the use of the military for the enforcement of domestic laws as well as an appreciation many of their troops support Devin’s efforts. When the commander of a ranger battalion is found who will execute a show of force against Devin’s militia, the result is a standoff between the rangers and the militia supported by National Guard units.< Less