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By Garry Puffer I've loved H.G. Wells' "The Croquet Player" ever since I first read it. I loved the story,
By Shiloh Sacks Take a look around you at Realtor’s representation of properties for sale and ask yourself “is this
By Jeff Weber I have always liked to write. I actually had my first published article in Railroad Model Craftsman
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By Scott Wilson do you need a laugh to brighten your day? then crazy proverbs is the answer. i have
By Joseph Valentinetti Tyler Palewhite is a salesman who dreams of being a novelist. In fact he’s written a P.I.
By Dennis Powers Have you ever seen someone in passing that looks exactly like you, or a friend tells you
By Dennis Powers In San Jose, Costa Rica, black-market thieves steal priceless Mayan gold artifacts, the gold bugs, from its
By Dennis Powers “Kirkus Reviews” summarized: “Maritime historian Powers ("Treasure Ship" and others) offers a series of vignettes from the
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By Eric L. Prentis "The Astute Investor, 2nd ed.," is the most important book on stock market investing since Benjamin
By Don Sabatini Affiliate Marketing 101 - 2011 Edition is your 47 page all in one solution to getting started
By Franceska Molnar Reminiscent of Annie Proulx's Accordion Crimes, this impressive literary debut is historic crime fiction at its absolute
By Richard Puz Violence rages during the 1850s, as marauding men roam the lawless border of Missouri in the historical
By Michelle Nielsen Creando a Matisse es la historia de cómo una madre, usando las leyes espirituales y cuánticas, manifestó
By Michelle Nielsen Manifesting Matisse is… • The story of how one mother manifested her son’s healing from severe developmental
by Mingo Kane Published by Diversion Books Tom Judah, a former Marine recently discharged from the military after serving three
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By Steven Marks Sometimes a monster is truly a monster. When Amias Strong and his family take in Thrax, an
By Grigor Fedan The Brotherhood was one of several Gnostic organization in the Middle Ages that operated in secret to
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By Marcy Sheiner Rachel Max gets more than she bargained for when she leaves her small Vermont town for California
By Ken Daniels Jim Bennett hears his mother, Martha, screaming for help. Scurrying into the shanty’s yard, he finds her
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By Patricia Allwood It’s the 1950s and young Rosa Farmer can’t understand why her father went to all the trouble
By J.C. Fiske Life’s tough if you’re a boy named Gisbo. Besides having a name that means "dog" in a
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By Roger Herst Published by Diversion Books Rabbi Gabrielle takes leave from her rabbinical duties to pursue a doctorate in
By Roger Herst Published by Diversion Books A prized Torah scroll is stolen from Ohav Shalom. The FBI determines the
By Roger Herst Published by Diversion Books Rabbi Gabrielle continues her personal and professional odyssey, this time toying with running
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By Joseph Valentinetti “Why here, why tonight?” he demanded, putting a fresh unfiltered cigarette between his full lips. He tapped
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By Darlene M. Hill How did three intelligent, attractive, loving women of color and spiritual American women end up being
By Joseph Valentinetti Pauly Macy came to California, with Jilly, to buy a house and settled down. But settling down
By Jon Shaver In Jon Shaver's terrifying debut novel, Iran's Supreme Leader and his Quds Forces Commander implement a nefarious
By Douglas Green Everything you need to know to start and be successful at perennial gardening. This book (all 99
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By Kent Harrington Published by Diversion Books Straight out of medical school, Dr. Collin Reeves had forgone the “American Dream”—approach
By Richard Tornello Illustrated by Jannine Breddy Gloria The Chipmunk includes a series of engaging full color illustrations complemented by
By Martin Vesole This is the English translation of the Book of Emet, found in a cave outside of Nazareth
By Trish Dozier Published by Hamel Integrity Printing For most, liking one another typically serves as merely the starter fluid
By Jeffrey Weber I have always liked to write. I actually had my first published article in Railroad Model Craftsman
By Craig A. Wilson Published by Diversion Books BLOOD, STEEL & CANVAS: THE ASIAN ODYSSEY OF A FIGHTER is a
By Joanne Schoenwald The Death Cart is a compelling historical fiction piece set in the middle of the 14th century
By Joseph Valentinetti The story is a fiction based on fact. My protagonist, Jack York, is an ex-sailor. He suffers
By Roger Herst Published by Diversion Books Rabbi Gabrielle succeeds the senior rabbi a Congregation Ohav Shalom and in this
By Roger Herst Published by Diversion Books Rabbi Gabrielle, a young female rabbi in Washington DC, is called upon to
By Allie Light Herbert Hall, at age 59, is a world-renowned scientist who is bereft by his wife’s early death.
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By David Snook Growing up Snook is the humorous memoir of surviving a large family of 11 children. The book
By Spencer Ratcliff When life was simple, when money was scarce, when friendship was everything and love was young. Parents
By Bud McClure Divine Daisy is the magical story of a dog whose special gift is awakened when she is
By Jacki Lyon The Marriage of Silence and Sin is the winner of the SILVER MEDAL for the 2011 Independent
By Judith Lechner This collection of poems, The Moon Sings Back, is a celebration of both the bright and dark
By Stanley M. Minasian On a clear sunny morning, not unlike any other, a baby dolphin is thrust from its
Stephen W. Kane, P.h.d. This casebook is designed for students in masters’ or doctoral programs in mental health programs and
By Mark McKnees The Metaphor: A prison where a rich and satisfying life is locked out by 50' tall barbwire-topped
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By Robert McCandless Ever wonder what it would be like if someone identified you as the person they thought had
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By Douglas Green Award winning garden author Doug Green shares the three ways that gardening makes you wealthy - financially,
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By Chris Johnstone Kelvin has found a place where he belongs; in the ocean. He excels in his vocation as
by Penny Colman A fascinating, lively account of toilets, tubs, and sanitation systems with intriguingly catchy chapter titles from "Splish,
By Eric Mayes After several tours in Vietnam, Lieutenant Jason Harper returns to San Francisco to face the hardest case
By Bianca Heinstein Published by the Trashy Novel Corp. Bianca. Smart and sociable, yet sometimes naïve. Curious and adventurous. A
By Edward Brandwein The work is an illustrated guide for collectors of Russian watches. The books consists of a series
By Joe Herzanek This award-winning book covers critical topics: - Why a person does not have to hit rock-bottom -
By Julie Creaglske This is the only book you will ever need to start your own in home Child Care
By Carol Jackson "Angel Unawares, a novel" is set in a TV news room in 1983. Crystal, a young woman
By Brigit Soyka Audacious and honest with a healthy dose of humor,Birgit’s story is a reminder to live life to
By C. C. Champagne “That Moment…” written by C.C. Champagne, is a book containing stories based on actual events in
By Ole Carson More Time, More Money, More Life! Many aspire to have more in their lives, but what is
By Eddie LeMoine "Bring About What You Think About" is a practical guide to attracting the life you desire! •
By Valerie Parson When a couple moves in together, it's a huge step. Nervous? Excited? It Started With a Toothbrush
By Ramona Wray Like most girls at Rosemound High School, seventeen-year-old Lily Crane is acutely aware of Ryder Kingscott. Hands
By Hannah Cassidy No one has escaped from a Facility. Period. Pregnant teens and young women are incarcerated in these
By Roberta Gould Roberta Gould lives near the Ashokan Reservoir, West Hurley, NY. Her poetry has been published in many
By Brutus Mack Do you hate your job, or are you tired of wasting your life away at work, only
By Sonia Orin Lyris Let's say you're recovering from severe injuries or undergoing chemo. It's wretched and painful but you're
By Roberta Gould Born in Brooklyn, New York, Roberta Gould is the author of 11 books of poetry, including: Louder
By Roberta Gould Born in Brooklyn, New York, Roberta Gould is the author of 11 books of poetry, including: Louder
J. Lance Sanders Sandtopia. It's a name that evokes images of swaying palm trees, soft breezes, and gentle waves: a
By Paul Kalra A century and a half ago the first shots fired at Fort Sumter began the Civil War
By Roberta Gould Born in Brooklyn, New York, Roberta Gould is the author of 11 books of poetry, including: Louder
By Daniel Pedersen Through the fierce jungles of ancient Kalamar and Akry, "The Saga of Jaguar Priest" is a tale
By Roberta Gould Born in Brooklyn, New York, Roberta Gould is the author of 11 books of poetry, including: Louder
By G. Pinkney Tessa has many questions & regrets about life. In a moment of desperation 'IT' happens. While Tessa
By Douglas Green This book, written by award winning garden author Doug Green, describes the simple ways for beginner gardeners
By Jacquelyn Wheeler Ashlyn Woods just transferred to one of the most beautiful campuses on the west coast, where she
By Spencer Ratcliff It’s Munich 1931. In a plush apartment in Prinzregentenplatz, Geli Raubal is eight months pregnant and dying.
By Christopher Dearman SANTA'S VILLAGE - GONE WILD! is a revealing look at some of the fun, hilarious and outrageous
By Kim Kinrade The year 1969 was one of the most pivotal years modern history: the first moon landing; Woodstock;
Happiness is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. It's the one thing we can all find each and every
By Jeanne R Kraus Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants is an irreverent look at aging. Fashion, self -improvement and social
By Tony Williams On the heels of the slave rebellion in Haiti, the French Empire is rocked by another slave
By Peter J. Plasse Returning home from another grueling shift of E.R. work, Dr. Blake Lee Strong comes across a
By Louise Palanker It's 1970, in Buffalo, NY and 12-year-old Lanie Spurdle is haunted by some very tricky questions, like:
By Kim Kinrade This exciting, edge-of-your-seat action-adventure deals with environmental extremists, animal rights activists and international fishing rights in the
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