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By Elizabeth Cain

It is 1993 in Dar es Salaam when two sheltered seven-year-old Tanzanian girls—one black, one white—meet outside the stall of an injured military horse. But what neither girl knows is that the horse’s wounds pale in comparison to the secrets and lies the girls’ parents have been entangled in for decades.

Suzanna, the white girl, has a blistery red birthmark on her right cheek. Safina, whose skin is the color of chocolate, does not know who her father is or that he killed Suzanna’s father and grandfather. As the children turn to each other for friendship and comfort amid racism and bullying, they unwittingly draw closer to truths with the potential to destroy each of them. Many who have a stake in the outcome include Safina’s half-brother, Suzanna’s unstable mother, a white stepfather on the hunt for a black fugitive, a native priest, and a wild leopard. As fears and loyalties overshadow everything else and a puzzle is slowly pieced together, only time will tell if broken hearts can ever heal.

From the colorful streets of Dar es Salaam on the Indian Ocean through the savannahs and montane forests of East Africa, this compelling tale flows with mystery and revelation, love and violence, and faith and doubt to a haunting and unforgettable conclusion.


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By Elizabeth Cain

It is 1993 in Dar es Salaam when two sheltered seven-year-old Tanzanian girls—one black, one white—meet outside the stall of an injured military horse. But what neither girl knows is that the horse’s wounds pale in comparison to the secrets and lies the girls’ parents have been entangled in for decades.

Suzanna, the white girl, has a blistery red birthmark on her right cheek. Safina, whose skin is the color of chocolate, does not know who her father is or that he killed Suzanna’s father and grandfather. As the children turn to each other for friendship and comfort amid racism and bullying, they unwittingly draw closer to truths with the potential to destroy each of them. Many who have a stake in the outcome include Safina’s half-brother, Suzanna’s unstable mother, a white stepfather on the hunt for a black fugitive, a native priest, and a wild leopard. As fears and loyalties overshadow everything else and a puzzle is slowly pieced together, only time will tell if broken hearts can ever heal.

From the colorful streets of Dar es Salaam on the Indian Ocean through the savannahs and montane forests of East Africa, this compelling tale flows with mystery and revelation, love and violence, and faith and doubt to a haunting and unforgettable conclusion.


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By John Britt

The Third Wire is the last chapter of the Dan Roberts trilogy. The novels are independent works, but the author recommends reading in chronological order.

In The Spad Driver Roberts, a young Naval Aviator deals with the realities of the Vietnam War and felony aboard an aircraft carrier.

Helen’s Challenge finds Roberts in middle age confronted by a retired reporter who had witnessed the unpunished crime Roberts committed.

The Third Wire – Roberts’ wife has died. Elderly and alone, he has lost the will to live. Then a powerful nemesis blackmails him. He reluctantly agrees to investigate the disappearance of a former associate. He soon uncovers layers of deceit, and experiences a final redemption.


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By Harold Cheney, Jr.

Deep in the heart of Eastshire there is a valley. Whatever name might be given to it in the proper geographies, it is know to most, if not all, of the people of the Shire as “The Dark Valley.”

This Dark Valley is located in the most remote district of Eastshire. It is sparsely populated. Indeed the population consists of but a handful of families. These families have lived apart from the other people of Eastshire for uncounted generations.

The same isolation holds for the cats who live there. And it is the cats — and one special cat — of the Dark Valley that constitute the very heart of this story. This particular cat proves to be The Invidia of Jack of Tabbyshire.

To the ancients — the Greeks and Romans — the Invidia held a special place, somewhat akin to the better-known Nemesis. But, where the Nemesis is the agent of the gods in fighting Hubris and enforcing Justice, Invidia embodies the Envy and Jealousy that evidences itself in a “dog in the manger” or “what is yours should have been mine” attitude and life style.

And Jack does have his Invidia.
In this tale he will encounter his Invidia.
How will he counter his Invidia?
Can he?
Or, will he need some help — help from an unexpected source?
This tale recounts this final mission of our Lord Jack of Tabbyshire.


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By Harold Cheney, Jr.

Deep in the heart of Eastshire there is a valley. Whatever name might be given to it in the proper geographies, it is know to most, if not all, of the people of the Shire as “The Dark Valley.”

This Dark Valley is located in the most remote district of Eastshire. It is sparsely populated. Indeed the population consists of but a handful of families. These families have lived apart from the other people of Eastshire for uncounted generations.

The same isolation holds for the cats who live there. And it is the cats — and one special cat — of the Dark Valley that constitute the very heart of this story. This particular cat proves to be The Invidia of Jack of Tabbyshire.

To the ancients — the Greeks and Romans — the Invidia held a special place, somewhat akin to the better-known Nemesis. But, where the Nemesis is the agent of the gods in fighting Hubris and enforcing Justice, Invidia embodies the Envy and Jealousy that evidences itself in a “dog in the manger” or “what is yours should have been mine” attitude and life style.

And Jack does have his Invidia.
In this tale he will encounter his Invidia.
How will he counter his Invidia?
Can he?
Or, will he need some help — help from an unexpected source?
This tale recounts this final mission of our Lord Jack of Tabbyshire.


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By K. H. Linville

It is 1897 in Seattle, Washington, as Elmer trudges through the streets in search of food and work. Across town, Elmer’s uncle Henry goes about his day scooping horse droppings, a job he is grateful to have. But everything is about to change when Elmer gets wind that ordinary men are striking it rich by panning for gold in the Klondike.

Despite the rumors that traveling to the Yukon can be treacherous, the two men are determined to escape their wretched existence and experience the heyday of the gold rush. After their heroism in saving a stranger from a bloody assault results in two free steamship tickets, Henry and Elmer race to Skagway, Alaska. As they experience the incredible events, strange spectacles, and amazing characters of the time, Henry and Elmer also suffer unexpected perils and hardships. But it is not until the two men acquire a seemingly insignificant object during a street brawl that they are quickly driven toward big trouble and to solve a complex mystery.

The Big People is the exciting tale of two men during the late 1800s as they journey toward the Yukon and the glittering city of gold with the hope of realizing all their financial dreams.


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By K. H. Linville

It is 1897 in Seattle, Washington, as Elmer trudges through the streets in search of food and work. Across town, Elmer’s uncle Henry goes about his day scooping horse droppings, a job he is grateful to have. But everything is about to change when Elmer gets wind that ordinary men are striking it rich by panning for gold in the Klondike.

Despite the rumors that traveling to the Yukon can be treacherous, the two men are determined to escape their wretched existence and experience the heyday of the gold rush. After their heroism in saving a stranger from a bloody assault results in two free steamship tickets, Henry and Elmer race to Skagway, Alaska. As they experience the incredible events, strange spectacles, and amazing characters of the time, Henry and Elmer also suffer unexpected perils and hardships. But it is not until the two men acquire a seemingly insignificant object during a street brawl that they are quickly driven toward big trouble and to solve a complex mystery.

The Big People is the exciting tale of two men during the late 1800s as they journey toward the Yukon and the glittering city of gold with the hope of realizing all their financial dreams.


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By Rock DiLisio
One of the world’s leading archaeologists, Dr. Marshall Mane, has often sought to find the most treasured of the world’s artifacts. Now, he is commissioned to find the most treasured artifact in all of ancient Egypt: The Double-Crown of the Pharaoh. Mystery and intrigue leads Dr. Mane to the site of the palace of ancient Egypt’s most controversial pharaoh...Akhenaten. A pharaoh often accused of being from another world. Already facing a most monumental archaeological undertaking and the cosmic unknown, the good doctor’s task is complicated by a nefarious archaeologist who doesn’t see artifacts as history and happens to be digging at the same site. Let the adventure begin!
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By Leslie M. Arno

After the death of her parents and grandparents, eighteen-year-old Jewel Etchemendy, a Basque woman, inherits her family’s 28,000-acre sheep ranch in Johnson County, Wyoming. When she receives an anticipated, yet unwelcome, marriage proposal from her best friend—the son of the family who manages her ranch—she flees, abandoning everything while throwing herself into college and then serving in Iraq as a combat nurse.

Jewel’s story begins after she leaves the military to return home. She finds herself in an Alaskan wilderness competition where she meets and falls in love with a man who takes her on an adventure of a lifetime, where she is forced to make the ultimate life or death decision to save herself. After meeting Grady McDonald, an ex-U.S. Army sniper from Belle Fourche, South Dakota, she learns to accept love again. Grady’s family becomes her own, and the love and support from them strengthens her enough to face her fears and return to everything she had abandoned in Wyoming.

Still not content to simply settle in Wyoming, Jewel and Grady embark on another adventure that changes the course of their lives. What is supposed to be a simple trip to help provide humanitarian aid, turns into a nightmare that takes them as far as Uganda where they will have to survive harsh conditions, militant Inherahamwe rebels, and a hostage situation that takes them beyond their limits. Grady, along with a team of ex-military men from various branches of the armed services, will have to call on their military background and experience to free them from the grips of one of the most feared terrorists in Africa.


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By Rock DiLisio
One of the world’s leading archaeologists, Dr. Marshall Mane, has often sought to find the most treasured of the world’s artifacts. Now, he is commissioned to find the most treasured artifact in all of ancient Egypt: The Double-Crown of the Pharaoh. Mystery and intrigue leads Dr. Mane to the site of the palace of ancient Egypt’s most controversial pharaoh...Akhenaten. A pharaoh often accused of being from another world. Already facing a most monumental archaeological undertaking and the cosmic unknown, the good doctor’s task is complicated by a nefarious archaeologist who doesn’t see artifacts as history and happens to be digging at the same site. Let the adventure begin!
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By Leslie M. Arno

After the death of her parents and grandparents, eighteen-year-old Jewel Etchemendy, a Basque woman, inherits her family’s 28,000-acre sheep ranch in Johnson County, Wyoming. When she receives an anticipated, yet unwelcome, marriage proposal from her best friend—the son of the family who manages her ranch—she flees, abandoning everything while throwing herself into college and then serving in Iraq as a combat nurse.

Jewel’s story begins after she leaves the military to return home. She finds herself in an Alaskan wilderness competition where she meets and falls in love with a man who takes her on an adventure of a lifetime, where she is forced to make the ultimate life or death decision to save herself. After meeting Grady McDonald, an ex-U.S. Army sniper from Belle Fourche, South Dakota, she learns to accept love again. Grady’s family becomes her own, and the love and support from them strengthens her enough to face her fears and return to everything she had abandoned in Wyoming.

Still not content to simply settle in Wyoming, Jewel and Grady embark on another adventure that changes the course of their lives. What is supposed to be a simple trip to help provide humanitarian aid, turns into a nightmare that takes them as far as Uganda where they will have to survive harsh conditions, militant Inherahamwe rebels, and a hostage situation that takes them beyond their limits. Grady, along with a team of ex-military men from various branches of the armed services, will have to call on their military background and experience to free them from the grips of one of the most feared terrorists in Africa.


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By Kalvin Klaus
It is 1975 when members of the Divine Seraphion Society are exterminated by a terrible evil force. Now the surviving members have just one hope left: the birth of the Cherished Guardian destined to bring a new manifesto for the preservation of beauty and freedom throughout their sacred Revlenion. Thirteen years later, a curious yet tragic phenomenon aligns the stars and sets events into motion.

On the night of Landon Tuolumne’s twelfth birthday, he and his sister, Makari, are left feeling forgotten and lost. After being rescued by a distant relative, the Tuolumnes are brought to a quiet seaside town and where they are soon led onto fortuitous paths between two mysterious creatures: a tinker man intent on freeing himself from a trinket that could bring fame, fortune, and fantasy to its possessor; and a young detective with an invitation to a marvelous place where he hopes to carefully guide the siblings—but only if they believe in the magic that awaits them.

In this tale of charm and malice, two siblings embark on a spellbinding adventure into a sacred land where they must endure whimsical horrors in order to return home and find the happiness and acceptance they have always desired.

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By Douglas Mendel

The Adventures of Carrie the Koala and Karl the Kangaroo are about two Marsupials in Australia that take a bus ride from a city to the end of the line in The Outback for an amazing adventure of living, growing, learning and experiencing all that life has to offer beyond their wildest and crazy dreams. Karl’s dream of learning to fly and surf definitely sets him apart from his other Kangaroo buddies as he explores the skies and oceans off the coast of Port Augusta, Australia. Carrie’s dreams come to fruition as she learns that she doesn’t have to fit the self-imposed confines of what a Koala has to live by.

There is no other book that captures the imagination and soul of two Marsupials that start their adventure on the outskirts of a city, take a bus to the end of the line and start their incredible journey of self-discovery through dreams, sharing, living, growing and meeting other interesting animals and humans along their journey!


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By Douglas Mendel

The Adventures of Carrie the Koala and Karl the Kangaroo are about two Marsupials in Australia that take a bus ride from a city to the end of the line in The Outback for an amazing adventure of living, growing, learning and experiencing all that life has to offer beyond their wildest and crazy dreams. Karl’s dream of learning to fly and surf definitely sets him apart from his other Kangaroo buddies as he explores the skies and oceans off the coast of Port Augusta, Australia. Carrie’s dreams come to fruition as she learns that she doesn’t have to fit the self-imposed confines of what a Koala has to live by.

There is no other book that captures the imagination and soul of two Marsupials that start their adventure on the outskirts of a city, take a bus to the end of the line and start their incredible journey of self-discovery through dreams, sharing, living, growing and meeting other interesting animals and humans along their journey!


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By Wm. Matthew Graphman
After years of hiding, a guardian and his young elf ward are forced to go on the run for their lives. Seeking help, they recruit an unusual cast to help them along the way. The long time friend of the guardian, an old priest, whose love and devotion to the One True God, empowers him with gifts that can aid and guide them on their journey. The hawk lord, bound to the elf, whose command of the sky and agility in battle making him a formidable ally. The crusty, old battle wolf, whose ability to transform himself for time into a massive version of himself providing a level of offense that few can match. And finally, the mysterious spy, whose own potential for craft and cunning continues to surprise the others.

Along the way, the friends of the guardian discover that the young elf is not just an orphaned child that the compassionate warrior took in years ago, but is in fact, the lost heir of the fallen realm of Silverwood. After years of decline and the rise of chaos, her discovery could mean an end to the ever increasing darkness and war that covers the land, and a return to peace. That is, if she survives and can be shown to be the true heir to the throne. The great challenge they face, is proving that the elf is indeed the heir. Meanwhile, others have heard of the heir’s rumored existence, and they are anxious to see that the heir’s authenticity is never verified.

So the race begins through the five realms to piece together the one artifact - a mythical talisman thought destroyed when Silverwood fell - that can unquestionably put an end to the question of the heir’s right to the throne. Many clues will have to be discovered, and battles fought along the way. Ultimately, they all lean on the leadership of the guardian of the Silverwood to guide them through the challenges they must face.

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