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By Michael Gaski

It is September 1973. Brilliant young philosopher Phillip Kinsella, fleeing the political unrest of Chicago’s anti-war protests and the social turbulence of racial demonstrations, arrives at the Sorbonne in Paris to begin what he believes to be a two-year postgraduate assignment. His intellectual pursuits, however, are soon disrupted by his new friends in his Latin Quarter neighborhood, and, as their mysteries are revealed, love, jealousy, and even Phillip’s secrets unravel in violence.

Ultimately cast adrift in Paris, a disillusioned Phillip is offered a research opportunity by an aging scientist, Professor Cortez. But the tranquility of this Navajo professor’s summer institute in New Mexico evaporates quickly as a mélange of science, heroism, and superstition intertwine. Inevitably drawn with Professor Cortez and his twin brother, Victor, into a vortex of violence in the dangerous mountain elevations of South America and an occluded realm where betrayal is exposed, Phillip is pushed to the limits of his faith. Now he must choose between his convictions and the Cortez brothers’ myth to save their lives and his own.

In this tale of adventure, the world of academic idealism collides with the human quest for earthly treasure as a philosopher’s beliefs are tested in ways he never could have imagined.


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By Melissa Noël
When four average teenagers—Kris, Charity, Duncan, and Ian—are invited out on a Friday night in June, they think it’s just another stupid party. The new girl, the punk, the snob, and the nice guy don’t expect anything particularly exciting to happen, so they are surprised when they find themselves, over the course of three days, unceremoniously brought together by both chance and an unerring kick to the family jewels.

As the weekend passes in a whirlwind of crazy, the four of them must navigate around a girl who has seen way too many bad villain movies, spying siblings, sickening merry-go-rounds, overprotective parents, July First, suspicious private investigators, and a potentially homicidal five-year-old kid.

But each of four is more than a single label, and perhaps—just perhaps—they will find out along the way that they have more in common than they thought.

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By Michael Gaski

It is September 1973. Brilliant young philosopher Phillip Kinsella, fleeing the political unrest of Chicago’s anti-war protests and the social turbulence of racial demonstrations, arrives at the Sorbonne in Paris to begin what he believes to be a two-year postgraduate assignment. His intellectual pursuits, however, are soon disrupted by his new friends in his Latin Quarter neighborhood, and, as their mysteries are revealed, love, jealousy, and even Phillip’s secrets unravel in violence.

Ultimately cast adrift in Paris, a disillusioned Phillip is offered a research opportunity by an aging scientist, Professor Cortez. But the tranquility of this Navajo professor’s summer institute in New Mexico evaporates quickly as a mélange of science, heroism, and superstition intertwine. Inevitably drawn with Professor Cortez and his twin brother, Victor, into a vortex of violence in the dangerous mountain elevations of South America and an occluded realm where betrayal is exposed, Phillip is pushed to the limits of his faith. Now he must choose between his convictions and the Cortez brothers’ myth to save their lives and his own.

In this tale of adventure, the world of academic idealism collides with the human quest for earthly treasure as a philosopher’s beliefs are tested in ways he never could have imagined.


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By Elizabeth Moses
“‘I am still here. I did not die. I am waiting for you in our Divided Sky.’ This poem sets the tone for this haunting novel … This is a novel of undying souls and undying love, spanning five centuries. Enter this novel with a willingness to experience real magic—not ‘magical realism.’”

—Alma Luz Villanueva,
author of Song of the Golden Scorpion and The Ultraviolet Sky

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By Elizabeth Moses
“‘I am still here. I did not die. I am waiting for you in our Divided Sky.’ This poem sets the tone for this haunting novel … This is a novel of undying souls and undying love, spanning five centuries. Enter this novel with a willingness to experience real magic—not ‘magical realism.’”

—Alma Luz Villanueva,
author of Song of the Golden Scorpion and The Ultraviolet Sky

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By Melissa Noël
When four average teenagers—Kris, Charity, Duncan, and Ian—are invited out on a Friday night in June, they think it’s just another stupid party. The new girl, the punk, the snob, and the nice guy don’t expect anything particularly exciting to happen, so they are surprised when they find themselves, over the course of three days, unceremoniously brought together by both chance and an unerring kick to the family jewels.

As the weekend passes in a whirlwind of crazy, the four of them must navigate around a girl who has seen way too many bad villain movies, spying siblings, sickening merry-go-rounds, overprotective parents, July First, suspicious private investigators, and a potentially homicidal five-year-old kid.

But each of four is more than a single label, and perhaps—just perhaps—they will find out along the way that they have more in common than they thought.

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By Melissa Noël
When four average teenagers—Kris, Charity, Duncan, and Ian—are invited out on a Friday night in June, they think it’s just another stupid party. The new girl, the punk, the snob, and the nice guy don’t expect anything particularly exciting to happen, so they are surprised when they find themselves, over the course of three days, unceremoniously brought together by both chance and an unerring kick to the family jewels.

As the weekend passes in a whirlwind of crazy, the four of them must navigate around a girl who has seen way too many bad villain movies, spying siblings, sickening merry-go-rounds, overprotective parents, July First, suspicious private investigators, and a potentially homicidal five-year-old kid.

But each of four is more than a single label, and perhaps—just perhaps—they will find out along the way that they have more in common than they thought.

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By Wesley Miller and Jeff Callan
Present day:

Sterling Morris reaches across the aisle to select Kaki Smithson as his Presidential running mate, uniting a polarized nation. But when an assassin’s bullet leaves the new President critically wounded in New Orleans’ Charity Hospital, tenacious journalist Ronnie Tamlin set her sights on a conspiracy and gives it a name: The BENEFACTORS - an organization that may have orchestrated Kaki’s rise to power and Sterling’s fall – and the consequences may prove fatal.

Flashback to 1945:

WWII is coming to a close. The Nazis and the Japanese have looted their empires and are secreting vast treasure. Leading the ranks of the OSS, three brazen agents, Herbert Mannington, Anthony Laperose, and Charles Constantine aid the U.S. to victory and in doing so, commandeer unimaginable wealth. As the world rebuilds, these well-intentioned renegades remain determined to establish a new world order while the pull of unfettered power begins to erode their sense of direction.

The Gold Factor, the first in the series and based on real events, is a twisting tale of intrigue that follows the rise of The BENEFACTORS, the legacy of a man who would see them stopped dead in their tracks, and the lives of four women entangled in a plot to assassinate a modern-day President.

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By Wesley Miller and Jeff Callan
Present day:

Sterling Morris reaches across the aisle to select Kaki Smithson as his Presidential running mate, uniting a polarized nation. But when an assassin’s bullet leaves the new President critically wounded in New Orleans’ Charity Hospital, tenacious journalist Ronnie Tamlin set her sights on a conspiracy and gives it a name: The BENEFACTORS - an organization that may have orchestrated Kaki’s rise to power and Sterling’s fall – and the consequences may prove fatal.

Flashback to 1945:

WWII is coming to a close. The Nazis and the Japanese have looted their empires and are secreting vast treasure. Leading the ranks of the OSS, three brazen agents, Herbert Mannington, Anthony Laperose, and Charles Constantine aid the U.S. to victory and in doing so, commandeer unimaginable wealth. As the world rebuilds, these well-intentioned renegades remain determined to establish a new world order while the pull of unfettered power begins to erode their sense of direction.

The Gold Factor, the first in the series and based on real events, is a twisting tale of intrigue that follows the rise of The BENEFACTORS, the legacy of a man who would see them stopped dead in their tracks, and the lives of four women entangled in a plot to assassinate a modern-day President.

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By Wesley Miller and Jeff Callan
Present day:

Sterling Morris reaches across the aisle to select Kaki Smithson as his Presidential running mate, uniting a polarized nation. But when an assassin’s bullet leaves the new President critically wounded in New Orleans’ Charity Hospital, tenacious journalist Ronnie Tamlin set her sights on a conspiracy and gives it a name: The BENEFACTORS - an organization that may have orchestrated Kaki’s rise to power and Sterling’s fall – and the consequences may prove fatal.

Flashback to 1945:

WWII is coming to a close. The Nazis and the Japanese have looted their empires and are secreting vast treasure. Leading the ranks of the OSS, three brazen agents, Herbert Mannington, Anthony Laperose, and Charles Constantine aid the U.S. to victory and in doing so, commandeer unimaginable wealth. As the world rebuilds, these well-intentioned renegades remain determined to establish a new world order while the pull of unfettered power begins to erode their sense of direction.

The Gold Factor, the first in the series and based on real events, is a twisting tale of intrigue that follows the rise of The BENEFACTORS, the legacy of a man who would see them stopped dead in their tracks, and the lives of four women entangled in a plot to assassinate a modern-day President.

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By Marcus M. Cornelius

The river, still fed by the far distant mountain spring of Book 1 (Plough), approaches the ocean. It has sustained life all through the evolution of society along its banks and down through the centuries during the events of Book 2 (Growth) and Book 3 (Harvest), but by the time of Book 4 (Snow) the conscious connection between society and the river has almost been lost. According to legend, at one point the river split into two streams, one feminine and the other masculine, and where they will flow into the ocean they will re-unite, of necessity.

It is winter. Jade is making her way across country on foot as the snow steadily falls, obliterating the details and landmarks the eye takes for granted when finding the way. She is gifted as an actress, and, though born male, has devoted her life to performing female roles, with considerable success. As part of the sacrifice needed to perfect her art, she has also lived her daily life outside the theatre as a woman, in her nature as a woman and a single woman. Several years ago she founded an ensemble of which she is the director and principal actor, and has recently allowed women to perform female roles, the first time this has happened in this culture.

While she treks across country, her ensemble is rehearsing for a new production called The Temptation, for the first time having to work without Jade’s directions. She is making her way to an isolated hotel where she will direct a piece of spontaneous theatre with unsuspecting guests who have never consciously acted before.


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By Gail Logan
“A Matter of Loyalty” uses historical events from WWI, the Russian Revolution to the outset of WWII as a springboard for action: Chilling theories are presented as fiction regarding the disappearance of the Russian Royal family. Then there is the Non Aggression Pact and Stalin’s strained political relationship with Hitler prior to WWII. The lives of Stalin, Anastasia and a count intermingle against this background. At times the novel’s action focuses on one character more than another for the novel reflects the love of two men for Anastasia. After suffering grief at the loss of her family, Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaevna finds the forgiveness that helps her. Her story is one of love and loyalty not just for her husband who helped rescue her from imprisonment but for a world of wilderness and beauty she comes to know outside the one of war and revolution. Her love and loyalty encircle not just family both human and non human but the man who opened freedom’s gate for her.
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By Marcus M. Cornelius

The river, still fed by the far distant mountain spring of Book 1 (Plough), approaches the ocean. It has sustained life all through the evolution of society along its banks and down through the centuries during the events of Book 2 (Growth) and Book 3 (Harvest), but by the time of Book 4 (Snow) the conscious connection between society and the river has almost been lost. According to legend, at one point the river split into two streams, one feminine and the other masculine, and where they will flow into the ocean they will re-unite, of necessity.

It is winter. Jade is making her way across country on foot as the snow steadily falls, obliterating the details and landmarks the eye takes for granted when finding the way. She is gifted as an actress, and, though born male, has devoted her life to performing female roles, with considerable success. As part of the sacrifice needed to perfect her art, she has also lived her daily life outside the theatre as a woman, in her nature as a woman and a single woman. Several years ago she founded an ensemble of which she is the director and principal actor, and has recently allowed women to perform female roles, the first time this has happened in this culture.

While she treks across country, her ensemble is rehearsing for a new production called The Temptation, for the first time having to work without Jade’s directions. She is making her way to an isolated hotel where she will direct a piece of spontaneous theatre with unsuspecting guests who have never consciously acted before.


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By Gail Logan
“A Matter of Loyalty” uses historical events from WWI, the Russian Revolution to the outset of WWII as a springboard for action: Chilling theories are presented as fiction regarding the disappearance of the Russian Royal family. Then there is the Non Aggression Pact and Stalin’s strained political relationship with Hitler prior to WWII. The lives of Stalin, Anastasia and a count intermingle against this background. At times the novel’s action focuses on one character more than another for the novel reflects the love of two men for Anastasia. After suffering grief at the loss of her family, Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaevna finds the forgiveness that helps her. Her story is one of love and loyalty not just for her husband who helped rescue her from imprisonment but for a world of wilderness and beauty she comes to know outside the one of war and revolution. Her love and loyalty encircle not just family both human and non human but the man who opened freedom’s gate for her.
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By Gita Bhattacharji

Ask anyone who knows and loves her: Aunt Priya is a feisty little country bumpkin, a loud-mouthed, uncouth character—with a heart of gold. She loves her only niece, Sita, and has made it her mission to see that the young woman is suitably married. Frustrated by the challenges of a long-distance relationship with her niece, Aunt Priya makes a bold plan. In the summer of 2001, Aunt Priya and her adopted four-year-old son Rohit arrive in New York. Despite her oddball character, limited English, and peculiar dress sense, she is determined to make a difference in her niece’s modern and confusing new life.

She enlists the help of her New York relatives, and together they plot, scheme, and manipulate Sita to get their way. But Sita isn’t quite as malleable as they hoped. A New Yorker through and through, Sita is a contradiction: a modern Indian woman who both respects and questions her family’s traditions. As the daughter of a traditional Indian household, she’s bound by the expectations of her family and culture. Aunt Priya decides that Sita should never forget her roots, no matter where she lives.

Sita has her own challenges, including a breast cancer diagnosis and the serious injury of a loved one in the World Trade Center disaster. And now, her family wants to force her into an arranged marriage she’s not really ready for. Can she find a way to find her own true love without disappointing her family?


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