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By F. James Greco

For the last three years, former investigative reporter Nick Lanouette—a recovering sex addict struggling to stay on the wagon—has been attempting to start over with his wife in Portland, Oregon. But after he receives a call about a shirttail Mafioso possibly being framed for the murder of San Diego’s mob chief, Frank Bompensiero, Nick’s latent reportorial instincts are rekindled.

To reach the truth, Nick tiptoes at the edge of sexual entanglement with Maria Gallo, a pretty, rub-and-tug masseuse who has a personal interest in the investigation. After pawing through eight decades of historic events that touch upon Italian immigration, union activities, Prohibition, and Mafia prominence in San Diego, Nick’s probing leads him to uncover the family history of Vittorio Erbi—Maria’s former lover, the father of her son, and the man convicted of Bompensiero’s murder. Maria, who is certain of Vito’s innocence, hopes to persuade a skeptical Nick—with whatever of her talents it requires—that she is right.

In this mystery tale that interweaves historical events with the present, an investigative reporter and an unlikely friend partner together in a dangerous investigation to find out who bumped off San Diego’s mob chief. Now only time will tell if one of them will pay the ultimate price for the truth.


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By David J. Mumford

It is early September 1973 and the archipelago of the Bahamas has just received its independence from England. After kicking the British out of the country and realizing the result is an overwhelming shortage of teachers, the Bahamian Ministry of Education turns to North America for help, sending advertisements for qualified teachers as far north as Northern Canada.

Buster Murdock, an adventurous, peace-loving young man fresh from graduate school, takes the bait. While lured to the magnetism of living in the Caribbean and its turquoise waters, Buster is also attracted to the idea of a quiet, peaceful island paradise—a desire not unknown to many men from all walks of life. But as soon as his plane lands in Nassau, Buster’s dreams are quickly shattered by reality. While attempting to fit into the Bahamian culture and way of life, Buster must gain the respect of his pre-teen students, make friends with other teachers, and battle his way through loneliness. But when he finds what he hopes is love, Buster soon learns that life is unpredictable at best.

Wild Dog Caribbean is the colorful tale of a restless American teacher who must survive outside the spheres of his old, accustomed environment and find a new normal while living and working amid an ever-changing 1970s Bahamian culture.


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By Michael Fields

“My name is Palladin, as in pallbearer.”

It is August 1966 as fourteen-year-old Wesley Palladin rides inside a jon boat with his father. As their boat slowly chugs up the Tomoka River and trolls for fish, Wesley is oblivious that he is about to learn a life lesson that will result in an untimely death and a life-altering recognition that he has the power to stop anyone who stands in his way.

Years later, Matt Henry is a sophomore at Twin River High School when he sees a newspaper ad that piques his interest. As his curiosity leads him to Philadelphia where he hopes to hire Wesley Palladin for a security job, a now thirty-six-year-old Wesley is continuing his father’s legacy of contract killings for the mob. As events culminate in murder, mysterious kidnappings, vicious bullying, heart-pounding prison escapes, the toss of a fiery body from the summit of Blood Mountain, and an untimely death at a puppy farm, Matt is forced to enter the harrowing shadow of death and unravel the tragic mystery that threatens his future and that of his friends in Twin River.

In this ongoing saga, a young man embarks on a tumultuous and dangerous coming-of-age journey where he is about to discover his true identity and unusual destiny—with the help of an unlikely mentor.


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By Linda Powers-Daniel

For the people of rural Backbone Ridge, Virginia, in Southern Appalachia, endurance is a way of life. Coal mining put bread on the table and too many bodies in the ground. To lighten the load, some turned to moonshine. Others, like Laurel Victoria, turned to Celtic mountain religion for deliverance.

Coloring for Dark is a tragic, interwoven story of Laurel, her sisters Georgiana Paige and Scarlet Jewel, and their mother Maggie. Shattered by the untimely death of her firstborn son, Maggie must somehow find the strength to survive her husband’s betrayal. His irresistible charm blinds her to Brady’s many flaws. After he is murdered in 1955, his daughters launch themselves on a quest to solve the crime. The girls learn of their father’s turbulent past, the secrets he forced their mother to keep, and how he got himself murdered.

Maggie is a strong-willed, independent, and beautiful mother, a woman who had long ago survived a dual mystery of losing her natural life to the spiritual. The “gifts of the spirit,” as Maggie describes them, were given to her by God.

Drawn home again in 1977, when a flood destroys her childhood home, Laurel must once again face the many demons of her past. She’s built a new life for herself in Tennessee, one she’s willing to protect. Can she avoid the traps of her past?

Their story, filled with dark and light and all the shades in between, is one of determination, survival, secrets, love, and redemption.


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By David J. Mumford

It is early September 1973 and the archipelago of the Bahamas has just received its independence from England. After kicking the British out of the country and realizing the result is an overwhelming shortage of teachers, the Bahamian Ministry of Education turns to North America for help, sending advertisements for qualified teachers as far north as Northern Canada.

Buster Murdock, an adventurous, peace-loving young man fresh from graduate school, takes the bait. While lured to the magnetism of living in the Caribbean and its turquoise waters, Buster is also attracted to the idea of a quiet, peaceful island paradise—a desire not unknown to many men from all walks of life. But as soon as his plane lands in Nassau, Buster’s dreams are quickly shattered by reality. While attempting to fit into the Bahamian culture and way of life, Buster must gain the respect of his pre-teen students, make friends with other teachers, and battle his way through loneliness. But when he finds what he hopes is love, Buster soon learns that life is unpredictable at best.

Wild Dog Caribbean is the colorful tale of a restless American teacher who must survive outside the spheres of his old, accustomed environment and find a new normal while living and working amid an ever-changing 1970s Bahamian culture.


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By Judith Somborac

In 1942, in the midst of World War II, three factions struggle for power and control over Serbia: the Royalists, the Partisans, and the Nazis. For those living there, life was put on hold indefinitely while they coped daily with the terrorization of war—an especially disheartening situation for the country’s young people.

Fifteen-year-old Miriana, an only child, lives in a small, two-bedroom house in Bela Palanka, Serbia, with her parents, who farm and run a saw and gristmill. Their tiny home now accommodates her mother’s sister and nephew, who have been forced to evacuate from German-occupied Belgrade. Miriana’s aunt is frequently called upon by the Germans to translate for them—a task made more stressful by the fact that the family is also hiding a Partisan soldier in the cellar of the house. Being caught means certain death. Meanwhile, Miriana’s best friend, Stefan, supports his widowed mother and aging grandparents on a nearby farm; he resents having to abandon his aspirations for an education and his passion for the violin to run the farm.

Their existence is fraught with the angst of evening curfews, blackout curtains at night, unforeseen air raids, and conflict with the Nazis, but family, friends, and small pleasures propel them through a war that threatens their happiness and their lives on a daily basis.


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By Michael Fields

“My name is Palladin, as in pallbearer.”

It is August 1966 as fourteen-year-old Wesley Palladin rides inside a jon boat with his father. As their boat slowly chugs up the Tomoka River and trolls for fish, Wesley is oblivious that he is about to learn a life lesson that will result in an untimely death and a life-altering recognition that he has the power to stop anyone who stands in his way.

Years later, Matt Henry is a sophomore at Twin River High School when he sees a newspaper ad that piques his interest. As his curiosity leads him to Philadelphia where he hopes to hire Wesley Palladin for a security job, a now thirty-six-year-old Wesley is continuing his father’s legacy of contract killings for the mob. As events culminate in murder, mysterious kidnappings, vicious bullying, heart-pounding prison escapes, the toss of a fiery body from the summit of Blood Mountain, and an untimely death at a puppy farm, Matt is forced to enter the harrowing shadow of death and unravel the tragic mystery that threatens his future and that of his friends in Twin River.

In this ongoing saga, a young man embarks on a tumultuous and dangerous coming-of-age journey where he is about to discover his true identity and unusual destiny—with the help of an unlikely mentor.


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By Miguel Carbonell

It is 2060 and a drought is devastating the planet. With an evil water cartel breathing down her neck, a spunky young woman devises a plan to refurbish a castle in King Arthur’s time and utilize it to train promising candidates from a previous generation on how to tackle complex environmental problems. If everything goes the way Rowan hopes, the future may change in unpredictable ways.

Before Rowan voyages back to Camelot to execute the project, she chooses time traveler pioneers, Nathan and Lindsey, to be her Grail Guardians. In order to fight the water cartel, Nathan and Lindsey must learn how to combat the drought and develop the chivalric qualities of courage, truthfulness, and determination. After Rowan arrives in Camelot and recruits the experienced time travelers, Nathan develops his knightly skills while Lindsey begins her training at the Grail Castle. As the water cartel does everything in its power to thwart Rowan’s plan, a chain of events leads to an epic confrontation at the castle that will determine the fate of millions.

In this exciting tale for teens, two young time travelers embark on a dangerous journey to King Arthur’s court to carry out one woman’s vision to save the planet from overwhelming environmental challenges.


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By Linda Powers-Daniel

For the people of rural Backbone Ridge, Virginia, in Southern Appalachia, endurance is a way of life. Coal mining put bread on the table and too many bodies in the ground. To lighten the load, some turned to moonshine. Others, like Laurel Victoria, turned to Celtic mountain religion for deliverance.

Coloring for Dark is a tragic, interwoven story of Laurel, her sisters Georgiana Paige and Scarlet Jewel, and their mother Maggie. Shattered by the untimely death of her firstborn son, Maggie must somehow find the strength to survive her husband’s betrayal. His irresistible charm blinds her to Brady’s many flaws. After he is murdered in 1955, his daughters launch themselves on a quest to solve the crime. The girls learn of their father’s turbulent past, the secrets he forced their mother to keep, and how he got himself murdered.

Maggie is a strong-willed, independent, and beautiful mother, a woman who had long ago survived a dual mystery of losing her natural life to the spiritual. The “gifts of the spirit,” as Maggie describes them, were given to her by God.

Drawn home again in 1977, when a flood destroys her childhood home, Laurel must once again face the many demons of her past. She’s built a new life for herself in Tennessee, one she’s willing to protect. Can she avoid the traps of her past?

Their story, filled with dark and light and all the shades in between, is one of determination, survival, secrets, love, and redemption.


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By Linda Powers-Daniel

For the people of rural Backbone Ridge, Virginia, in Southern Appalachia, endurance is a way of life. Coal mining put bread on the table and too many bodies in the ground. To lighten the load, some turned to moonshine. Others, like Laurel Victoria, turned to Celtic mountain religion for deliverance.

Coloring for Dark is a tragic, interwoven story of Laurel, her sisters Georgiana Paige and Scarlet Jewel, and their mother Maggie. Shattered by the untimely death of her firstborn son, Maggie must somehow find the strength to survive her husband’s betrayal. His irresistible charm blinds her to Brady’s many flaws. After he is murdered in 1955, his daughters launch themselves on a quest to solve the crime. The girls learn of their father’s turbulent past, the secrets he forced their mother to keep, and how he got himself murdered.

Maggie is a strong-willed, independent, and beautiful mother, a woman who had long ago survived a dual mystery of losing her natural life to the spiritual. The “gifts of the spirit,” as Maggie describes them, were given to her by God.

Drawn home again in 1977, when a flood destroys her childhood home, Laurel must once again face the many demons of her past. She’s built a new life for herself in Tennessee, one she’s willing to protect. Can she avoid the traps of her past?

Their story, filled with dark and light and all the shades in between, is one of determination, survival, secrets, love, and redemption.


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By Judith Somborac

In 1942, in the midst of World War II, three factions struggle for power and control over Serbia: the Royalists, the Partisans, and the Nazis. For those living there, life was put on hold indefinitely while they coped daily with the terrorization of war—an especially disheartening situation for the country’s young people.

Fifteen-year-old Miriana, an only child, lives in a small, two-bedroom house in Bela Palanka, Serbia, with her parents, who farm and run a saw and gristmill. Their tiny home now accommodates her mother’s sister and nephew, who have been forced to evacuate from German-occupied Belgrade. Miriana’s aunt is frequently called upon by the Germans to translate for them—a task made more stressful by the fact that the family is also hiding a Partisan soldier in the cellar of the house. Being caught means certain death. Meanwhile, Miriana’s best friend, Stefan, supports his widowed mother and aging grandparents on a nearby farm; he resents having to abandon his aspirations for an education and his passion for the violin to run the farm.

Their existence is fraught with the angst of evening curfews, blackout curtains at night, unforeseen air raids, and conflict with the Nazis, but family, friends, and small pleasures propel them through a war that threatens their happiness and their lives on a daily basis.


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By Judith Somborac

In 1942, in the midst of World War II, three factions struggle for power and control over Serbia: the Royalists, the Partisans, and the Nazis. For those living there, life was put on hold indefinitely while they coped daily with the terrorization of war—an especially disheartening situation for the country’s young people.

Fifteen-year-old Miriana, an only child, lives in a small, two-bedroom house in Bela Palanka, Serbia, with her parents, who farm and run a saw and gristmill. Their tiny home now accommodates her mother’s sister and nephew, who have been forced to evacuate from German-occupied Belgrade. Miriana’s aunt is frequently called upon by the Germans to translate for them—a task made more stressful by the fact that the family is also hiding a Partisan soldier in the cellar of the house. Being caught means certain death. Meanwhile, Miriana’s best friend, Stefan, supports his widowed mother and aging grandparents on a nearby farm; he resents having to abandon his aspirations for an education and his passion for the violin to run the farm.

Their existence is fraught with the angst of evening curfews, blackout curtains at night, unforeseen air raids, and conflict with the Nazis, but family, friends, and small pleasures propel them through a war that threatens their happiness and their lives on a daily basis.


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By William Reynolds

Sent north from the war-ravaged battlefields of Virginia to learn photography under the tutelage of Matthew Brady in New York City, Ruth Danson encounters new dangers more lethal than any she has ever imagined. Torn between her heart's desire to return to the cavalry of Mosby's Rangers and the man she loves, Private William Jay Lytell, and a newer and perhaps more compelling lure found in the green eyes of the handsome, ever charming, and always sinister businessman, R.J. Flaherty, Li'l Bud must decide before forces she cannot control overwhelm her . A guest in the house of the famed actor, Edwin Booth, Ruth is captivated by the glitter of the city with its theaters and elegant restaurants and the growing presence of Flaherty, a man who will go to any length to get what he wants.

Evading Pinkerton's detectives who shadow her believing she is a spy for the Confederacy; protected by a man employed as an agent by the Confederacy; Li'l Bud finds herself more and more drawn back to what she believes might be safer ground than the suffocating world of the big city , the blood-soaked landscape of Virginia.

It's the winter of 1865 and Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee are preparing for what both know will be the final battle when spring arrives. William Jay has left Mosby and now rides with the cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia, craving as much action as he can find to keep his heart from the ache of missing his Li'l Bud. Will Ruth remain in New York ensnared by the alluring world of R.J. or will she ride south where a pair of Colt .44s, a chestnut filly she calls Princess, and the arms of William Jay await her?


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By Miguel Carbonell

It is 2060 and a drought is devastating the planet. With an evil water cartel breathing down her neck, a spunky young woman devises a plan to refurbish a castle in King Arthur’s time and utilize it to train promising candidates from a previous generation on how to tackle complex environmental problems. If everything goes the way Rowan hopes, the future may change in unpredictable ways.

Before Rowan voyages back to Camelot to execute the project, she chooses time traveler pioneers, Nathan and Lindsey, to be her Grail Guardians. In order to fight the water cartel, Nathan and Lindsey must learn how to combat the drought and develop the chivalric qualities of courage, truthfulness, and determination. After Rowan arrives in Camelot and recruits the experienced time travelers, Nathan develops his knightly skills while Lindsey begins her training at the Grail Castle. As the water cartel does everything in its power to thwart Rowan’s plan, a chain of events leads to an epic confrontation at the castle that will determine the fate of millions.

In this exciting tale for teens, two young time travelers embark on a dangerous journey to King Arthur’s court to carry out one woman’s vision to save the planet from overwhelming environmental challenges.


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By Cayden Carrico
Millionaire Eugene Motter built the lavish estate of North Haven away from the rest of the world for his family to escape the Great Depression and wallow in their own wealthy seclusion. Disconnected from everything else, members of the family come to realize that they’ve locked themselves into a changeless world of their own that graces them with luxury as well as inadvertently catalyzes all of its decadence. The individual choices of each family members affects themselves and each other in the narrowed confines of North Haven as the repercussions of their choices endure throughout their lives and ultimately leads to the demise of the home.
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