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By Donald F. Averill
Wolves’ Hollow has been in turmoil since the late nineteenth century. This two-part novel visits the Idaho town in both the 1860s and in 2013. Following the Civil War, young Levi Collins decides to find his fortune. With his Union Army buddies, he travels the Oregon Trail in search of gold. Along the way, they come upon unforeseen danger that begins with a rescued dog. Levi and his wagon train encounter Indians, and Levi is injured. He even finds the time to fall in love, all on his search for treasure in the hills. In the year 2013, descendants of the original settlers still reside in Wolves’ Hollow—and now they’ve got a heinous murder on their hands. Rhonda Summers is the sheriff, but everyone calls her Rif. With the unexpected help of a carpenter and newspaper reporter, Rif uses modern methods to hunt down a killer. What began as one murder, however, soon becomes a series, perpetrated by several different killers. Even if they catch one criminal, can they be sure they’ve stopped them all?
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By Tony Monte

In 1828, Shawn “Skip” Sullivan is somewhere around fourteen years old when the Indians attack his family’s homestead and kill both his mother and father. Warned by the barking dogs, Skip’s mother forced him to hide in the cabin’s false floor. Though Skip is unharmed, his journey is just beginning.

After burying his parents, Skip knows he can’t stay at the cabin alone forever. He remembers that there’s a small settlement with a trading post about thirty miles away, but he hasn’t been there since he was seven years old. With just a small backpack filled with the items the Indians didn’t scavenge, Skips sets off for the nearest civilization.

He soon finds himself alone and lost in the mountains—until he meets an old trapper called Big Jim, who teaches him how to survive. Together, the two navigate the wilderness while fending off attackers both human and beast. Skip comes of an age while learning tough lessons about the world and the nature around him.


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By Sheela K. Ramasesha

Kunal, the son of a poor daily wager in India has big dreams. He wants to study and become an engineer. He even fancies going to the USA for higher education with his girl friend, Deepa. He has no means to pay his tuition at college, yet he has a strong urge to make his dreams come true.

Kunal, unknowingly, gets sucked into drug peddling during his initial years in college and is kidnapped by the kingpin of the business. Staying inside the business, Kunal has a meticulous plan to return to normal life. He manages to marry Deepa and also send her to USA for higher education.

While Kunal is making his escape from the business, his boss gets killed. After many years and quite by chance, he meets the slain boss’s son and wife. What ensues is a highly emotional exchange of words and blame game. Again, Kunal has to stand up for what he believes in.


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By Michael Augustyn
In October of 1448, Vlad is a month shy of his seventeenth birthday when he leads a cavalry two thousand strong to the wooden walls of Tirgoviste. They are the last obstacle preventing him from reclaiming the throne held by his father. Determined to be his father’s son in every way possible, Vlad finally walks through the open gates where, in due course, he plans to free himself of the Turks and declare himself “Son of the Dragon”—Dracula. At last, he is prince. Dracula presides over Wallachia, a principality caught between two voracious predators: the kingdom of Hungary and the Ottoman, better known as the Turks. Bitter at God and left wondering if He even exists, Dracula faithfully follows his life’s purpose to free Wallachia, battling criminals and factions who attempt to break him with overwhelming force and terror. But as a sultan watches the feud from a distance and gloats, Dracula eventually turns his enemies’ tactics against them, finds love, is taken prisoner, and stands at a crossroads where he is faced with an agonizing choice: renounce his past, or embrace his fate. In this historical novel, a fifteenth-century warlord cursed by his church and torn between his code of ethics and his humanity evolves into a legend who soon proves that he is neither a man nor a prince, but something beyond both.
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By Donald F. Averill
Wolves’ Hollow has been in turmoil since the late nineteenth century. This two-part novel visits the Idaho town in both the 1860s and in 2013. Following the Civil War, young Levi Collins decides to find his fortune. With his Union Army buddies, he travels the Oregon Trail in search of gold. Along the way, they come upon unforeseen danger that begins with a rescued dog. Levi and his wagon train encounter Indians, and Levi is injured. He even finds the time to fall in love, all on his search for treasure in the hills. In the year 2013, descendants of the original settlers still reside in Wolves’ Hollow—and now they’ve got a heinous murder on their hands. Rhonda Summers is the sheriff, but everyone calls her Rif. With the unexpected help of a carpenter and newspaper reporter, Rif uses modern methods to hunt down a killer. What began as one murder, however, soon becomes a series, perpetrated by several different killers. Even if they catch one criminal, can they be sure they’ve stopped them all?
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By Scott Crabtree
Queen Valerias has worshipped the all-powerful Jenyss her entire life, even sacrificing her firstborn child to the goddess. But when Jenyss refuses to intervene and save her people from the demonic army quickly surrounding her castle, Queen Valerias turns to a trusted paladin, gives him a magical jewel, and asks him to save her young son, Rojan. Moments later, the queen is dead. After Rojan and the paladin find refuge on a mountain above the kingdom, the paladin tells a curious Rojan the story of a novice paladin who made many sacrifices and angered the demons.

Five moons earlier, an insidious plot to plunge creation into darkness is unfolding. The only hope of stopping the plot rests in the hands of Jartan, an inexperienced paladin who wields a powerful weapon. Jartan, who is hopelessly outmatched with Kordon, a dark wizard, and his demonic son, Karza, must rely on the knowledge of a wizard with a twisted past to help him as his dangerous journey begins. As Jartan battles with Karza and confronts the sinister leader of an army of undead warriors, the fate of the world rests on his shoulders. Yet no one, not even him, suspects that another paladin far into the future will attempt to finish what he started.

In this thrilling fantasy, a battle between good and evil continues as a young paladin-to-be embarks on a journey with his mentor toward a new beginning—and his destiny.

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By Sheela K. Ramasesha

Kunal, the son of a poor daily wager in India has big dreams. He wants to study and become an engineer. He even fancies going to the USA for higher education with his girl friend, Deepa. He has no means to pay his tuition at college, yet he has a strong urge to make his dreams come true.

Kunal, unknowingly, gets sucked into drug peddling during his initial years in college and is kidnapped by the kingpin of the business. Staying inside the business, Kunal has a meticulous plan to return to normal life. He manages to marry Deepa and also send her to USA for higher education.

While Kunal is making his escape from the business, his boss gets killed. After many years and quite by chance, he meets the slain boss’s son and wife. What ensues is a highly emotional exchange of words and blame game. Again, Kunal has to stand up for what he believes in.


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By Tony Monte

In 1828, Shawn “Skip” Sullivan is somewhere around fourteen years old when the Indians attack his family’s homestead and kill both his mother and father. Warned by the barking dogs, Skip’s mother forced him to hide in the cabin’s false floor. Though Skip is unharmed, his journey is just beginning.

After burying his parents, Skip knows he can’t stay at the cabin alone forever. He remembers that there’s a small settlement with a trading post about thirty miles away, but he hasn’t been there since he was seven years old. With just a small backpack filled with the items the Indians didn’t scavenge, Skips sets off for the nearest civilization.

He soon finds himself alone and lost in the mountains—until he meets an old trapper called Big Jim, who teaches him how to survive. Together, the two navigate the wilderness while fending off attackers both human and beast. Skip comes of an age while learning tough lessons about the world and the nature around him.


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By Marlene Collins

It is April of 1948 as Marty Toliver, her pilot husband, his father, and two children fly high above a snow-encrusted landscape. With their 1937 Grunman Goose airplane filled with camping gear and enough food to feed five people for two weeks, the family is more than ready for their adventure near a Calgary lake. But when the plane encounters an unexpected storm, everything changes in an instant. Moments later, Marty crawls from the plane’s wreckage to find herself stranded in a mountain wilderness with two small children, completely unprepared for such a catastrophe.

Marty is determined to do everything she can to keep her children alive in a desolate, cold, and unfamiliar environment. As she struggles with the strenuous tasks required to survive, she must rely on her novice hunting, butchering, and plant gathering skills. Soon, Marty realizes that rescuers are not coming; it is up to her to find a way out of the deep mountain valley and back home. But she is about to discover that her mission may be more difficult than she ever imagined.

In this tale of survival, one woman must become what she has always considered savage in order to survive and keep her children alive.

 


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By Roger Knight

While growing up within a loving African American family, a little boy develops a deep understanding of right and wrong and the responsibility that accompanies his choices. Some forty years later, Rohillio Jabel recognizes that it is only through God’s grace and mercy that he has been successful in life. Buoyed by his ideals, innovative ideas, and commitment to helping those less fortunate than himself, Rohillio begins to rise in his south New Jersey community.

Rohillio, now known as “the Citizen,” is disenchanted about the biases that plague the American justice system and tired of belonging to a powerless race. Determined to change the black experience for the better, Rohillio recruits eight people—including ministers, a college professor, a teacher, a banker, a beautician, and drug dealers—to help him in his mission to start a new political movement that he hopes will transform their town. But as the eclectic group attempts to fulfill Rohillio’s mission, it soon becomes evident that their road to success will be lined with many more challenges than they ever imagined.

The Citizen Rising shares the tale of one man’s journey to change the mind-set of a city with the help of a group of black citizens determined to help him realize his dream.


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By Gini Anding

What happens to old spies in retirement? Do they simply fade away, never to be heard from again? How do former covert agents accustomed to working clandestinely on a need-to-know basis reorganize their lives? Zach, a weapons expert and trained assassin, wondered from time to time what he was doing as deputy sheriff on Chipley Island. And then the body of a man he had thought dead for many years rolled up on the beach—on his beach at Pirate’s Cove—out of the blue.

Chipley Island is not just any island in Virginia. It is the brainchild of the body in the wetsuit. The man was second-in-command to retired U.S. Navy Adm. Jackson Lee Andrews. Together, the two men directed a top secret agency for the President, and when the group was dissolved, the admiral helped set them up on the island. Did he have an ulterior motive?

Zach and his wife Josie, known for her eidetic memory and once a courier, gather the group and together they resolve to solve the case of the mysterious body on the beach, a spy of the old school, a legendary agent, and perhaps the best spy of all time. As Josie declares, “What was that old devil up to?”


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By B. K. Parent

At the great summer fair in the capital city of Sommerhjem, the evil Regent is forced to step down due to the calling of the Gylden Sirklene challenge, leaving the future of the country hanging in the balance. One year to the day the challenge is called, all nine pieces of the oppgave ringe must be delivered to the capital. Four are already there, but five more need to be found.

Chance, a dreamer and adventure seeker, has been chosen by his family to return to Sommerhjem to retrieve a piece of the oppgave ringe his father hid before the family fled the country to escape certain demise. But what he thought would be a grand adventure turns out to be more than he bargained for; he is thrown into the brig on a smuggler’s ship, and that only marks the beginning of his troubles.

Meanwhile, Yara secures work in the royal library, where she secretly begins researching the whereabouts of a piece of the oppgave ringe her family was once charged with keeping safe. But what she eventually uncovers soon takes her and her fox companion, Toki, on a dangerous expedition to Sommerhjem’s border.

In this continuing fantasy, two seekers embark on separate journeys to find treasured objects and return them to their rightful place without any idea of where life is about to take each of them.


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By Vicki Hansen
Loni Colbe is too young to say goodbye to her husband, but Kevin has been in a coma for five years. All hope of him waking is gone, and Loni knows the time has come to stop his life support. After his death, she is left wondering if she will ever move on with her life—if she will ever stop feeling the pain of his loss. A year later, she attends her ten-year high school reunion, where she runs into an old friend named Nicholas Hart. She shares her pain with him, as well as details surrounding a scuba trip she and Kevin had planned to take together. With Nick’s prodding, Loni decides to take the trip without Kevin—and with the company of Nick and a few other friends. Despite the loss of her husband, Loni feels alive under the water of the beautiful La Costa Azul of Mexico. She also feels alive with Nick, but she is hesitant to move on with her life. She’s afraid of falling in love for fear of getting hurt again. Will Loni give herself another chance at happiness, or will her feelings of abandonment drown her in blue?
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By T. Leon Doyle

Cloistered in a small section of the bayou bottoms in Arkansas through the ‘great depression’ Ted Shannon believed in God and ‘the code of the backwoods’ as taught to him by his father, a quarter breed Indian, and his mother, a southern lady. At age twelve Ted, a tried and true backwoods native, was moved into town and over the next few years he became accustomed to living among the ‘civilized people’. After slowly but surely accepting his conversion he graduated from high and left home to go on a construction job with his dad, not knowing that it was forever.

Of course he had dated a few girls, and away from home he began spreading his wings until he finally got married. But a ‘Dear John’ letter while he was overseas in the army ended that. Divorced and discharged he left the army determined to see the world and he met her on a Gray-hound bus half way across Arizona, and after their brief affair he could not forget her.

After a gun battle in Alabama, life on the board the GOLDEN GOOSE and number of boat wrecks, a close call in Cuban waters, fighting rebels in Nicaragua, a storm in the Caribbean, and attacked by pirates before finally reaching the Panama Canal.

Finally utopia, legally opening the manganese mine. Illegally, running the black-market as agreed to with the Panamanian officials. The secret, and ours alone, searching for and bootlegging riches out of the southern Caribbean countries and an unlimited bank account in Costa Rico through which money could be laundered.


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By B. K. Parent

At the great summer fair in the capital city of Sommerhjem, the evil Regent is forced to step down due to the calling of the Gylden Sirklene challenge, leaving the future of the country hanging in the balance. One year to the day the challenge is called, all nine pieces of the oppgave ringe must be delivered to the capital. Four are already there, but five more need to be found.

Chance, a dreamer and adventure seeker, has been chosen by his family to return to Sommerhjem to retrieve a piece of the oppgave ringe his father hid before the family fled the country to escape certain demise. But what he thought would be a grand adventure turns out to be more than he bargained for; he is thrown into the brig on a smuggler’s ship, and that only marks the beginning of his troubles.

Meanwhile, Yara secures work in the royal library, where she secretly begins researching the whereabouts of a piece of the oppgave ringe her family was once charged with keeping safe. But what she eventually uncovers soon takes her and her fox companion, Toki, on a dangerous expedition to Sommerhjem’s border.

In this continuing fantasy, two seekers embark on separate journeys to find treasured objects and return them to their rightful place without any idea of where life is about to take each of them.


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