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By J. J. Zerr
It is 1970, and Jon Zachery is a young United States Navy pilot who wants nothing more than to gain combat experience during the Vietnam War. Unfortunately, his patriotic sacrifice is of no value to the navy or the nation. His squadron has been slated to decommission with most of its pilots destined for dead-end jobs. As the pro-war lieutenant awaits his orders and drowns his sorrows in whiskey, his wife, Teresa, prays and hopes for a better tomorrow.

Navy Lieutenant Amos Kane is a natural stick-and-throttle jockey who is known as Cool Hand Duke in the air and a prankster on the ground. As his dreams of being an attack pilot in ’Nam are taken away, he begins dating Charlotte Wilkins, who convinces him to adopt an antiwar philosophy. When orders cause Zachery and Kane’s paths to converge in a bunkroom aboard an aircraft carrier in the Tonkin Gulf, it quickly becomes evident that the two lieutenants have vastly different viewpoints. As tragedy strikes and antagonism escalates, everyone discovers just how quickly life can change.

In this military thriller, the paths of two navy pilots come together in a JO bunkroom during the Vietnam War where their perspectives clash, instigating life-changing consequences.

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By J. J. Zerr
It is 1970, and Jon Zachery is a young United States Navy pilot who wants nothing more than to gain combat experience during the Vietnam War. Unfortunately, his patriotic sacrifice is of no value to the navy or the nation. His squadron has been slated to decommission with most of its pilots destined for dead-end jobs. As the pro-war lieutenant awaits his orders and drowns his sorrows in whiskey, his wife, Teresa, prays and hopes for a better tomorrow.

Navy Lieutenant Amos Kane is a natural stick-and-throttle jockey who is known as Cool Hand Duke in the air and a prankster on the ground. As his dreams of being an attack pilot in ’Nam are taken away, he begins dating Charlotte Wilkins, who convinces him to adopt an antiwar philosophy. When orders cause Zachery and Kane’s paths to converge in a bunkroom aboard an aircraft carrier in the Tonkin Gulf, it quickly becomes evident that the two lieutenants have vastly different viewpoints. As tragedy strikes and antagonism escalates, everyone discovers just how quickly life can change.

In this military thriller, the paths of two navy pilots come together in a JO bunkroom during the Vietnam War where their perspectives clash, instigating life-changing consequences.

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By Tommye Hamilton Wright

It’s 1942 and the United States is deep into World War II. At home, amid adjustments to the hardships and heartaches of war, Kay Ann Franklin is losing a lonely battle caring for her terminally ill mother and her five-year-old twins, one stricken with polio and the other with chicken pox. Worried and exhausted, she has little left to give her baby daughter and her war-absorbed husband. When a colored girl appears at her back door offering to help, Kay Ann welcomes her but holds slight hope that the tiny, crippled Say can make a difference in their situation.

To her surprise, the teenager brings reinforcements for the battle and lightness to their burdens. The family also discovers Say’s exceptional musical talent and begins to envision more than the girl can grasp. Kay Ann’s dream of a college education for Say is sidetracked by a brutal attack and malicious opposition from neighbors, friends, and Say’s preacher.

In this historical tale, Kay Ann and an unlikely group of lady warriors embark on an unforgettable journey during the chaos of a world war endeavoring to help an underprivileged teenager achieve more than she ever imagined, and, most importantly, to believe in herself.


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By C.A. Portnellus

The sound was deafening.
Rolling thunder shook the very ground he stood upon
and then collapsed, sending him flying.
Clouds of smoke and debris shrouded him for a time, and then there he was,
as if the clouds parted and the very light of heaven shone upon him.
He was dead.
Screaming demons of war fought with the angels of peace for his soul,
clawing and pulling at him.

Elise Boulanger of Baton Rouge Louisiana awakens from a hellish and vivid dream—Staff Sergeant Barton Barre is dead! He is blown up on the battlefield somewhere in Europe. She believes her beloved pen-pal is lost to her, any chance of further friendship or romance is gone. For a time, she silently suffers the reoccurring nightmares, reluctant to confess to her family that the dreams could be real. On the night of her debutante ball, Elise discovers the truth. She then bravely continues her life wearing the cloak of jeu d’esprit and a fake smile as if nothing has happened.
In this generational saga, families and friends re-unite in the final days of World War II and beyond. This story captures the hearts of a courageous reluctant hero and a resilient lovely teen, transforming them while they both fatefully seek to attain their dreams.


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By Patricia Ann Kuess

It is spring, 1864. Johnathan and Esher, paramours, survived serving in the Civil War as Union soldiers, and now they are on their way to achieve their dream: homesteading on land in the Dakota Territory, together. Togetherness is Johnathan’s dream, just he and Esher, living, loving, and farming their land.

Esher’s dream is to have a family. While on a wagon train, he met Gladys and found a mother. Now the three of them will be homesteading. But Esher also wants a wife and children. They meet Bethany and her two children; it is a dramatic meeting. It looks like a family is in the making.

Johnathan fights for his dream. This puts him at odds with Gladys, Bethany, and lastly, Esher. His fight is especially painful because it resurrects the demons that have plagued him since he was a boy—buried memories of his murdered mother at the hands of his father, and the misery of cold bones he acquired from his father’s “touch.” He feels compelled to preserve his mother’s legacy, her screams and blood, but to do this he must keep the “cold” he inherited from his father.

It is admirable that Johnathan will fight for his dream, but his efforts threaten to wreak havoc on the newly formed family. Something has to give. Something has to go. The adage is that love heals, and Sweetgrass is a love story.


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By C.A. Portnellus

The sound was deafening.
Rolling thunder shook the very ground he stood upon
and then collapsed, sending him flying.
Clouds of smoke and debris shrouded him for a time, and then there he was,
as if the clouds parted and the very light of heaven shone upon him.
He was dead.
Screaming demons of war fought with the angels of peace for his soul,
clawing and pulling at him.

Elise Boulanger of Baton Rouge Louisiana awakens from a hellish and vivid dream—Staff Sergeant Barton Barre is dead! He is blown up on the battlefield somewhere in Europe. She believes her beloved pen-pal is lost to her, any chance of further friendship or romance is gone. For a time, she silently suffers the reoccurring nightmares, reluctant to confess to her family that the dreams could be real. On the night of her debutante ball, Elise discovers the truth. She then bravely continues her life wearing the cloak of jeu d’esprit and a fake smile as if nothing has happened.
In this generational saga, families and friends re-unite in the final days of World War II and beyond. This story captures the hearts of a courageous reluctant hero and a resilient lovely teen, transforming them while they both fatefully seek to attain their dreams.


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By C.A. Portnellus

The sound was deafening.
Rolling thunder shook the very ground he stood upon
and then collapsed, sending him flying.
Clouds of smoke and debris shrouded him for a time, and then there he was,
as if the clouds parted and the very light of heaven shone upon him.
He was dead.
Screaming demons of war fought with the angels of peace for his soul,
clawing and pulling at him.

Elise Boulanger of Baton Rouge Louisiana awakens from a hellish and vivid dream—Staff Sergeant Barton Barre is dead! He is blown up on the battlefield somewhere in Europe. She believes her beloved pen-pal is lost to her, any chance of further friendship or romance is gone. For a time, she silently suffers the reoccurring nightmares, reluctant to confess to her family that the dreams could be real. On the night of her debutante ball, Elise discovers the truth. She then bravely continues her life wearing the cloak of jeu d’esprit and a fake smile as if nothing has happened.
In this generational saga, families and friends re-unite in the final days of World War II and beyond. This story captures the hearts of a courageous reluctant hero and a resilient lovely teen, transforming them while they both fatefully seek to attain their dreams.


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By Patricia Ann Kuess

It is spring, 1864. Johnathan and Esher, paramours, survived serving in the Civil War as Union soldiers, and now they are on their way to achieve their dream: homesteading on land in the Dakota Territory, together. Togetherness is Johnathan’s dream, just he and Esher, living, loving, and farming their land.

Esher’s dream is to have a family. While on a wagon train, he met Gladys and found a mother. Now the three of them will be homesteading. But Esher also wants a wife and children. They meet Bethany and her two children; it is a dramatic meeting. It looks like a family is in the making.

Johnathan fights for his dream. This puts him at odds with Gladys, Bethany, and lastly, Esher. His fight is especially painful because it resurrects the demons that have plagued him since he was a boy—buried memories of his murdered mother at the hands of his father, and the misery of cold bones he acquired from his father’s “touch.” He feels compelled to preserve his mother’s legacy, her screams and blood, but to do this he must keep the “cold” he inherited from his father.

It is admirable that Johnathan will fight for his dream, but his efforts threaten to wreak havoc on the newly formed family. Something has to give. Something has to go. The adage is that love heals, and Sweetgrass is a love story.


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By Janet S. Kleinman

On February 3, in the frigid winter of 1923, the Lituania arrives in Boston without announcement or fanfare on the deck. Among the immigrants on board are brothers Jacov and Reuven Sidowitz and their mother, Ida.

With the help of older brothers Natan and Lable, Jacov and Reuven (now Jack and Rubin), secure jobs in the shoe industry. They embrace union politics and enjoy girls, burlesque, and bagels. Ida, on the other hand, has difficulty adjusting to life in the East Bronx and is constantly praying for the safety of her oldest son and his family who stayed behind in volatile Russia.

After a decade of romance, celebrations, and prosperity, the Depression—followed by World War II—changes everything. Jack is drafted, trained to be an interpreter, and parachuted into Europe. Exposed to hundreds of maimed, hungry survivors and corpses, he continues searching for his brother in the former labor/concentration camps in Germany as he had promised Mama Ida.

When WWII ends, Jack is discharged, but he is discontent. A passionate reunion with his wife, running a business, his dream of going to college, even the joy of his young son all leave him unfulfilled. He joins the Jewish fleet, financed by the Mafia, and helps smuggle survivors into Palestine. Could Yehuda, the brother left behind, or one of his children, be one of those survivors?


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By Patricia Ann Kuess

It is spring, 1864. Johnathan and Esher, paramours, survived serving in the Civil War as Union soldiers, and now they are on their way to achieve their dream: homesteading on land in the Dakota Territory, together. Togetherness is Johnathan’s dream, just he and Esher, living, loving, and farming their land.

Esher’s dream is to have a family. While on a wagon train, he met Gladys and found a mother. Now the three of them will be homesteading. But Esher also wants a wife and children. They meet Bethany and her two children; it is a dramatic meeting. It looks like a family is in the making.

Johnathan fights for his dream. This puts him at odds with Gladys, Bethany, and lastly, Esher. His fight is especially painful because it resurrects the demons that have plagued him since he was a boy—buried memories of his murdered mother at the hands of his father, and the misery of cold bones he acquired from his father’s “touch.” He feels compelled to preserve his mother’s legacy, her screams and blood, but to do this he must keep the “cold” he inherited from his father.

It is admirable that Johnathan will fight for his dream, but his efforts threaten to wreak havoc on the newly formed family. Something has to give. Something has to go. The adage is that love heals, and Sweetgrass is a love story.


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By Janet S. Kleinman

On February 3, in the frigid winter of 1923, the Lituania arrives in Boston without announcement or fanfare on the deck. Among the immigrants on board are brothers Jacov and Reuven Sidowitz and their mother, Ida.

With the help of older brothers Natan and Lable, Jacov and Reuven (now Jack and Rubin), secure jobs in the shoe industry. They embrace union politics and enjoy girls, burlesque, and bagels. Ida, on the other hand, has difficulty adjusting to life in the East Bronx and is constantly praying for the safety of her oldest son and his family who stayed behind in volatile Russia.

After a decade of romance, celebrations, and prosperity, the Depression—followed by World War II—changes everything. Jack is drafted, trained to be an interpreter, and parachuted into Europe. Exposed to hundreds of maimed, hungry survivors and corpses, he continues searching for his brother in the former labor/concentration camps in Germany as he had promised Mama Ida.

When WWII ends, Jack is discharged, but he is discontent. A passionate reunion with his wife, running a business, his dream of going to college, even the joy of his young son all leave him unfulfilled. He joins the Jewish fleet, financed by the Mafia, and helps smuggle survivors into Palestine. Could Yehuda, the brother left behind, or one of his children, be one of those survivors?


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By Andrew R. H. Mowatt

It’s 1993. America’s shocked by the World Trade Center bombing and the botched raid on the Branch Davidian Compound. Both Main Street and Wall Street struggle with recession.

College graduate, Richard Carnegie, arrives in New York with a promising opportunity at Moody’s Investor Services. He’s asked to house-sit for an aunt in Ozone Park, Queens. The home’s empty; except for Tony, the upstairs tenant, a widower. Tony’s outdated mindset both amuses and irritates Richard. Tony’s estrangement from family adds to his bitterness.

On the first day of work, while riding the subway, Richard meets Ester Chan. They quickly bond over their love for tennis and finance. A relationship is formed. Richard soon discovers that Ester’s tastes are both expensive and risqué. An affair leads into habits that would shock Richard’s family back home. However, the closer they grow, the less he’s able to break her spell.

With the pressures and the excesses of their rising lust, Richard is unaware of the hidden vice around him. Ester’s connections and power pull him deeper into a world that he cannot control, leading to a life-altering event, and a miracle.


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By Andrew R. H. Mowatt

It’s 1993. America’s shocked by the World Trade Center bombing and the botched raid on the Branch Davidian Compound. Both Main Street and Wall Street struggle with recession.

College graduate, Richard Carnegie, arrives in New York with a promising opportunity at Moody’s Investor Services. He’s asked to house-sit for an aunt in Ozone Park, Queens. The home’s empty; except for Tony, the upstairs tenant, a widower. Tony’s outdated mindset both amuses and irritates Richard. Tony’s estrangement from family adds to his bitterness.

On the first day of work, while riding the subway, Richard meets Ester Chan. They quickly bond over their love for tennis and finance. A relationship is formed. Richard soon discovers that Ester’s tastes are both expensive and risqué. An affair leads into habits that would shock Richard’s family back home. However, the closer they grow, the less he’s able to break her spell.

With the pressures and the excesses of their rising lust, Richard is unaware of the hidden vice around him. Ester’s connections and power pull him deeper into a world that he cannot control, leading to a life-altering event, and a miracle.


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By Rue L. Cromwell

It is 1928 when Hanno Buchwald is born in the only hospital in Linton, Indiana. As he grows up on an isolated one-hundred-acre farm far from gravel roads and playmates, Hanno helps care for his ailing grandfather, works in the fields and kitchen, and daydreams atop his family’s grape arbor.

Like almost every farm boy, Hanno learns how to kill a chicken, churn butter, and milk a cow. Left to his own devices for playing, Hanno attaches special importance to visitors that include his brothers’ and parents’ friends, relatives, neighbors, and salesmen. After he begins his education in a one-room schoolhouse, he learns all about life in the town of Linton from his adventurous aunt, who is among the first to have a phone and car. But just as Hanno enters adolescence, World War II begins, sending him on a new path that will test his inner-strength, convictions, and spirit in ways he never imagined.

You’ll Like Linton shares the coming-of-age tale of a young dreamer as he matures from a boy into a man in rural Indiana amid uncertain times in America and the world.


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By Rue L. Cromwell

It is 1928 when Hanno Buchwald is born in the only hospital in Linton, Indiana. As he grows up on an isolated one-hundred-acre farm far from gravel roads and playmates, Hanno helps care for his ailing grandfather, works in the fields and kitchen, and daydreams atop his family’s grape arbor.

Like almost every farm boy, Hanno learns how to kill a chicken, churn butter, and milk a cow. Left to his own devices for playing, Hanno attaches special importance to visitors that include his brothers’ and parents’ friends, relatives, neighbors, and salesmen. After he begins his education in a one-room schoolhouse, he learns all about life in the town of Linton from his adventurous aunt, who is among the first to have a phone and car. But just as Hanno enters adolescence, World War II begins, sending him on a new path that will test his inner-strength, convictions, and spirit in ways he never imagined.

You’ll Like Linton shares the coming-of-age tale of a young dreamer as he matures from a boy into a man in rural Indiana amid uncertain times in America and the world.


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