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By J. L. Larson

In 1931, five individuals who met by chance in Glenwood, Minnesota, brought down a well-known mobster running a host of illegal businesses at a nearby secluded lake resort. Their efforts were kept secret to protect them from mob retribution. Unknown at the time was that a sixth person was affected by the aftermath of the police raid. Henry Hanson, a local town leader, had fled to Charleston, South Carolina and assumed a new identity to keep himself safe.

Over the years, while dodging discovery by the mob, Hanson builds a hotel empire under the alias, Henry Granville. As retirement nears in 1960, however, he has two concerns. In case his shadowy past is ever revealed, he wants a written account of his life to defend himself and the reputation of his enterprise. Secondly, he must choose his successor, someone who would protect the image of the corporation. For the scribe he selects a young Minnesota journalist, Matt Lawton, just four years out of college and the son of two of the original five from that weekend back in 1931. Together, Lawton and Granville craft the older man’s life story.

In this second book of the Minnesota Lake series, Granville relates his early years as a leader of a lakeside community while being the de facto middleman dealing with a gangster-dominated lake resort. In doing so, he must avert his past life from causing the ruin of his current one.


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By J. L. Larson

In 1931, five individuals who met by chance in Glenwood, Minnesota, brought down a well-known mobster running a host of illegal businesses at a nearby secluded lake resort. Their efforts were kept secret to protect them from mob retribution. Unknown at the time was that a sixth person was affected by the aftermath of the police raid. Henry Hanson, a local town leader, had fled to Charleston, South Carolina and assumed a new identity to keep himself safe.

Over the years, while dodging discovery by the mob, Hanson builds a hotel empire under the alias, Henry Granville. As retirement nears in 1960, however, he has two concerns. In case his shadowy past is ever revealed, he wants a written account of his life to defend himself and the reputation of his enterprise. Secondly, he must choose his successor, someone who would protect the image of the corporation. For the scribe he selects a young Minnesota journalist, Matt Lawton, just four years out of college and the son of two of the original five from that weekend back in 1931. Together, Lawton and Granville craft the older man’s life story.

In this second book of the Minnesota Lake series, Granville relates his early years as a leader of a lakeside community while being the de facto middleman dealing with a gangster-dominated lake resort. In doing so, he must avert his past life from causing the ruin of his current one.


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By J. L. Larson

In 1931, five individuals who met by chance in Glenwood, Minnesota, brought down a well-known mobster running a host of illegal businesses at a nearby secluded lake resort. Their efforts were kept secret to protect them from mob retribution. Unknown at the time was that a sixth person was affected by the aftermath of the police raid. Henry Hanson, a local town leader, had fled to Charleston, South Carolina and assumed a new identity to keep himself safe.

Over the years, while dodging discovery by the mob, Hanson builds a hotel empire under the alias, Henry Granville. As retirement nears in 1960, however, he has two concerns. In case his shadowy past is ever revealed, he wants a written account of his life to defend himself and the reputation of his enterprise. Secondly, he must choose his successor, someone who would protect the image of the corporation. For the scribe he selects a young Minnesota journalist, Matt Lawton, just four years out of college and the son of two of the original five from that weekend back in 1931. Together, Lawton and Granville craft the older man’s life story.

In this second book of the Minnesota Lake series, Granville relates his early years as a leader of a lakeside community while being the de facto middleman dealing with a gangster-dominated lake resort. In doing so, he must avert his past life from causing the ruin of his current one.


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By Victor Sasson

Jesus of Nazareth’s blasphemous statements, contradicting God’s Torah and the teachings of the Hebrew Prophets, had earned him a place in Gehinnom. His scheme of a Second Coming to smite all those that do not worship him as son of God and mankind’s saviour led him to a second trial – this time by a Heavenly Sanhedrin. An array of biblical and extra-biblical persons cross-examine him or testify in the case. These include Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Zechariah, Micah, Obadiah, Daniel, Ezra the Scribe, a Pharisee and a Sadducee, Pontius Pilate, Joseph Caiaphas, the DSS Teacher of Righteousness, Paul of Tarsus, and the harbinger of the true Messiah – Elijah the Tishbite. With a powerful Attorney defending him in Court, will Jesus repent of his blasphemies and renounce his second coming, or will he choose to face further legal consequences?

The Second Coming is a trial of Jesus of Nazareth conducted in the Heavenly Sphere and backed by Adonai Elohim. A fast-moving courtroom drama, it will appeal to both biblical scholars and laymen alike.


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By Peni Jo Renner

It is 1693 in Hereford, Connecticut, when Mary Case, the spinster daughter of a Puritan minister, finds herself hopelessly smitten by the roguish thief, Daniel Eames. Betrothed to a man she does not like or love, she is soon compelled to help Daniel escape from jail. Suddenly, she finds herself on the run, not only accused of being Daniel’s accomplice, but also of murder.

The fugitive pair soon finds solace—and a mutual attraction—among the escapee’s Algonquin friends until two men from Daniel’s dark past hunt them down. After Mary is captured and returned home to await trial, a tragedy takes the life of her younger sister, revealing a dark secret Mary’s father has kept for months. But just as Mary learns she is pregnant, she makes a horrifying discovery about Daniel that changes everything and prompts her to develop an unlikely bond with his mother, Rebecca, who soon saves Mary from a shocking fate. It is not until years later that her daughter, Kezia, finally learns the truth about her biological father and family.

Letters to Kezia shares a courageous woman’s journey through a Puritan life and beyond as she struggles with adversity and betrayal, and discovers that loyalty can sometimes mean the difference between life and death.


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By Victor Sasson

Jesus of Nazareth’s blasphemous statements, contradicting God’s Torah and the teachings of the Hebrew Prophets, had earned him a place in Gehinnom. His scheme of a Second Coming to smite all those that do not worship him as son of God and mankind’s saviour led him to a second trial – this time by a Heavenly Sanhedrin. An array of biblical and extra-biblical persons cross-examine him or testify in the case. These include Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Zechariah, Micah, Obadiah, Daniel, Ezra the Scribe, a Pharisee and a Sadducee, Pontius Pilate, Joseph Caiaphas, the DSS Teacher of Righteousness, Paul of Tarsus, and the harbinger of the true Messiah – Elijah the Tishbite. With a powerful Attorney defending him in Court, will Jesus repent of his blasphemies and renounce his second coming, or will he choose to face further legal consequences?

The Second Coming is a trial of Jesus of Nazareth conducted in the Heavenly Sphere and backed by Adonai Elohim. A fast-moving courtroom drama, it will appeal to both biblical scholars and laymen alike.


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By Peni Jo Renner

It is 1693 in Hereford, Connecticut, when Mary Case, the spinster daughter of a Puritan minister, finds herself hopelessly smitten by the roguish thief, Daniel Eames. Betrothed to a man she does not like or love, she is soon compelled to help Daniel escape from jail. Suddenly, she finds herself on the run, not only accused of being Daniel’s accomplice, but also of murder.

The fugitive pair soon finds solace—and a mutual attraction—among the escapee’s Algonquin friends until two men from Daniel’s dark past hunt them down. After Mary is captured and returned home to await trial, a tragedy takes the life of her younger sister, revealing a dark secret Mary’s father has kept for months. But just as Mary learns she is pregnant, she makes a horrifying discovery about Daniel that changes everything and prompts her to develop an unlikely bond with his mother, Rebecca, who soon saves Mary from a shocking fate. It is not until years later that her daughter, Kezia, finally learns the truth about her biological father and family.

Letters to Kezia shares a courageous woman’s journey through a Puritan life and beyond as she struggles with adversity and betrayal, and discovers that loyalty can sometimes mean the difference between life and death.


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By Mike Render

It is April 1944, and World War II is raging in Western Europe. Lieutenant Roy Stevens is an American P-51 Mustang fighter pilot who was just authorized to engage in all-out dogfights against the German Luftwaffe during his next assignment. On the eve of his mission, Roy writes letters to his girlfriend and family in Iowa without any idea that he will soon be led to uncover some of the war’s darkest secrets.

With orders to patrol the airspace over Cologne, Germany, Roy takes off in the darkness of early morning, prepared to do whatever it takes to defend his country. But when he is suddenly attacked from behind by a German fighter pilot, Roy bails out of his plane into enemy territory where he is quickly captured by German forces and made a prisoner of war. As dire circumstances and a moment of chance propel him to accepting his most important and challenging mission to date, Roy learns firsthand the significance of the bloody conflict as his fate—and the fate of others—is changed forever.

Man of the Sun is the historical tale of an American airman during World War II as he bravely fights for his country, survives capture by the Germans, and ultimately gambles everything to save a young soul from a horrifying fate.


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By Mike Render

It is April 1944, and World War II is raging in Western Europe. Lieutenant Roy Stevens is an American P-51 Mustang fighter pilot who was just authorized to engage in all-out dogfights against the German Luftwaffe during his next assignment. On the eve of his mission, Roy writes letters to his girlfriend and family in Iowa without any idea that he will soon be led to uncover some of the war’s darkest secrets.

With orders to patrol the airspace over Cologne, Germany, Roy takes off in the darkness of early morning, prepared to do whatever it takes to defend his country. But when he is suddenly attacked from behind by a German fighter pilot, Roy bails out of his plane into enemy territory where he is quickly captured by German forces and made a prisoner of war. As dire circumstances and a moment of chance propel him to accepting his most important and challenging mission to date, Roy learns firsthand the significance of the bloody conflict as his fate—and the fate of others—is changed forever.

Man of the Sun is the historical tale of an American airman during World War II as he bravely fights for his country, survives capture by the Germans, and ultimately gambles everything to save a young soul from a horrifying fate.


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By Joe Perry
“I was born late and have been slow ever since.
I was supposed to be born in April, but I arrived on June 19.
Explaining my late arrival, the doctor said, ‘Somebody made a mistake,’ and I took offense to that.”

—Joe Perry

Like life, Joe Perry’s stories are a mixture of the sometimes humorous and sometimes serious. They all take place around the same time period as Forrest Gump (but without all that emphasis on running). And like Forrest, the author himself is an average person who has lived a life that is anything but. During his years of military service, he was a messenger for President Lyndon Baines Johnson. During his years of spiritual service as a minister, he was blessed to be called to as a messenger for the King of Kings and Lord of Lords on a higher plane.

Journal of an Average American started out as Joe’s private journal, but it quickly grew into a book of introspection, punctuated with philosophy, poetry, sermons, articles, laments, and history. Throughout, it celebrates average people as its main characters and source of all knowledge, insight, and humor.

As a common person, writing about common people and their common experiences, Joe Perry was surprised to come to the epiphany that people and their experiences are really very uncommon after all.

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By Joe Perry
“I was born late and have been slow ever since.
I was supposed to be born in April, but I arrived on June 19.
Explaining my late arrival, the doctor said, ‘Somebody made a mistake,’ and I took offense to that.”

—Joe Perry

Like life, Joe Perry’s stories are a mixture of the sometimes humorous and sometimes serious. They all take place around the same time period as Forrest Gump (but without all that emphasis on running). And like Forrest, the author himself is an average person who has lived a life that is anything but. During his years of military service, he was a messenger for President Lyndon Baines Johnson. During his years of spiritual service as a minister, he was blessed to be called to as a messenger for the King of Kings and Lord of Lords on a higher plane.

Journal of an Average American started out as Joe’s private journal, but it quickly grew into a book of introspection, punctuated with philosophy, poetry, sermons, articles, laments, and history. Throughout, it celebrates average people as its main characters and source of all knowledge, insight, and humor.

As a common person, writing about common people and their common experiences, Joe Perry was surprised to come to the epiphany that people and their experiences are really very uncommon after all.

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By John H. Corns

It is 1865 when Morgan Lewis heads to St. Louis for what he hopes is a new beginning. Now alone and nearly penniless after losing everything in the Civil War, Morgan strikes up a friendship with Corrick McCale who helps him secure work. But it is not long before destiny leads the pair to join the Army fight against Oglala Sioux leader, Red Cloud, who opposes white man’s use of the Boseman trail on the Northern Plains.

As they build Fort Stout amid Indian hunting grounds, frequent attacks kill few soldiers until December 1866 when the Indians massacre an entire company. After Colonel Stuart Westerfield arrives with his wife, Prudence, to take command, he must rely on Morgan’s combat experience to help him achieve a great victory over the Indians, and more importantly, the brigadier general rank he lost at the end of the Civil War. But when Morgan urges caution and a different tactical approach, the strain between the two officers grows, especially when Prudence rekindles a former love interest in Morgan.

In this historical tale, a struggle between the Army and the Sioux Nation of the Northern Plains ensues as unresolved conflicts of earlier war and love rise to the surface and a colonel and an Indian leader battle for control.


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By John H. Corns

It is 1865 when Morgan Lewis heads to St. Louis for what he hopes is a new beginning. Now alone and nearly penniless after losing everything in the Civil War, Morgan strikes up a friendship with Corrick McCale who helps him secure work. But it is not long before destiny leads the pair to join the Army fight against Oglala Sioux leader, Red Cloud, who opposes white man’s use of the Boseman trail on the Northern Plains.

As they build Fort Stout amid Indian hunting grounds, frequent attacks kill few soldiers until December 1866 when the Indians massacre an entire company. After Colonel Stuart Westerfield arrives with his wife, Prudence, to take command, he must rely on Morgan’s combat experience to help him achieve a great victory over the Indians, and more importantly, the brigadier general rank he lost at the end of the Civil War. But when Morgan urges caution and a different tactical approach, the strain between the two officers grows, especially when Prudence rekindles a former love interest in Morgan.

In this historical tale, a struggle between the Army and the Sioux Nation of the Northern Plains ensues as unresolved conflicts of earlier war and love rise to the surface and a colonel and an Indian leader battle for control.


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By John H. Corns

It is 1865 when Morgan Lewis heads to St. Louis for what he hopes is a new beginning. Now alone and nearly penniless after losing everything in the Civil War, Morgan strikes up a friendship with Corrick McCale who helps him secure work. But it is not long before destiny leads the pair to join the Army fight against Oglala Sioux leader, Red Cloud, who opposes white man’s use of the Boseman trail on the Northern Plains.

As they build Fort Stout amid Indian hunting grounds, frequent attacks kill few soldiers until December 1866 when the Indians massacre an entire company. After Colonel Stuart Westerfield arrives with his wife, Prudence, to take command, he must rely on Morgan’s combat experience to help him achieve a great victory over the Indians, and more importantly, the brigadier general rank he lost at the end of the Civil War. But when Morgan urges caution and a different tactical approach, the strain between the two officers grows, especially when Prudence rekindles a former love interest in Morgan.

In this historical tale, a struggle between the Army and the Sioux Nation of the Northern Plains ensues as unresolved conflicts of earlier war and love rise to the surface and a colonel and an Indian leader battle for control.


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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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