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By Frank Sherry

Philip Francis Parkman, Democrat Congressman from the 14th District of New Jersey, fortified by his unexpected victory at the polls and motivated by high ideals and good intentions, embraces his perceived role as not only spokesman for his constituency, but also as caretaker of the Constitution of the United States. However, intervening reality soon crushes his idealism and vanquishes his hope he can make a difference.

Thus begins his slide on the “greasy griddle” as he calls it. He turns to alcohol to alleviate his disappointment. On his way down, forty-eight-year-old Parkman falls under the spell of a precocious teenage seductress—Catherine Taylor Quinter, the beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter of his political mentor. Parkman is, at the same time, falsely charged with campaign fraud and faces disgrace before the Ethics Committee. His long-suffering wife, Elaine, embarking on her own personal journey to secure her identity while professionally experiencing success, finds she must choose to save her own life or her husband’s.

Parkman’s slide lands him in a mental institution, called “the Facility” by the inmates, where he meets the enigmatic Winslow whose wisdom provides him with a new vision on life.


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By Frank Sherry

Philip Francis Parkman, Democrat Congressman from the 14th District of New Jersey, fortified by his unexpected victory at the polls and motivated by high ideals and good intentions, embraces his perceived role as not only spokesman for his constituency, but also as caretaker of the Constitution of the United States. However, intervening reality soon crushes his idealism and vanquishes his hope he can make a difference.

Thus begins his slide on the “greasy griddle” as he calls it. He turns to alcohol to alleviate his disappointment. On his way down, forty-eight-year-old Parkman falls under the spell of a precocious teenage seductress—Catherine Taylor Quinter, the beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter of his political mentor. Parkman is, at the same time, falsely charged with campaign fraud and faces disgrace before the Ethics Committee. His long-suffering wife, Elaine, embarking on her own personal journey to secure her identity while professionally experiencing success, finds she must choose to save her own life or her husband’s.

Parkman’s slide lands him in a mental institution, called “the Facility” by the inmates, where he meets the enigmatic Winslow whose wisdom provides him with a new vision on life.


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By Frank Sherry

Philip Francis Parkman, Democrat Congressman from the 14th District of New Jersey, fortified by his unexpected victory at the polls and motivated by high ideals and good intentions, embraces his perceived role as not only spokesman for his constituency, but also as caretaker of the Constitution of the United States. However, intervening reality soon crushes his idealism and vanquishes his hope he can make a difference.

Thus begins his slide on the “greasy griddle” as he calls it. He turns to alcohol to alleviate his disappointment. On his way down, forty-eight-year-old Parkman falls under the spell of a precocious teenage seductress—Catherine Taylor Quinter, the beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter of his political mentor. Parkman is, at the same time, falsely charged with campaign fraud and faces disgrace before the Ethics Committee. His long-suffering wife, Elaine, embarking on her own personal journey to secure her identity while professionally experiencing success, finds she must choose to save her own life or her husband’s.

Parkman’s slide lands him in a mental institution, called “the Facility” by the inmates, where he meets the enigmatic Winslow whose wisdom provides him with a new vision on life.


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By Chandler Kinzie
Three men—Seward Caprice, Joel Marlin, and Paul Drake—live their lives like so many others. There is nothing particularly spectacular about any of them. Each man loves, fears, and hates. Each man is haunted by the challenges that linger in his own mind, and each must find a way to maintain control. The difference lies only in how they choose to deal with this assigned task, this task of life. Often, Seward, Joel, and Paul dabble in self-destruction. They use self-abuse to keep their wild minds in check, and in this abuse, they find control—or do they? Soon appears a mysterious figure known only as “Salem.” Salem is an aristocratic madman who seems to have no background, no history. He just suddenly appears, and his dark mission for each man becomes clear. The three must now walk separate paths, all at the bidding of Salem. He exists as a stalking shadow that pushes each man toward an uncertain, and possibly disastrous, future. The dull lives of Seward, Joel, and Paul are now laced with uncertainty and deceit. Will these men find the way back to themselves or will the challenge of life be too much to bear?
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By Chandler Kinzie
Three men—Seward Caprice, Joel Marlin, and Paul Drake—live their lives like so many others. There is nothing particularly spectacular about any of them. Each man loves, fears, and hates. Each man is haunted by the challenges that linger in his own mind, and each must find a way to maintain control. The difference lies only in how they choose to deal with this assigned task, this task of life. Often, Seward, Joel, and Paul dabble in self-destruction. They use self-abuse to keep their wild minds in check, and in this abuse, they find control—or do they? Soon appears a mysterious figure known only as “Salem.” Salem is an aristocratic madman who seems to have no background, no history. He just suddenly appears, and his dark mission for each man becomes clear. The three must now walk separate paths, all at the bidding of Salem. He exists as a stalking shadow that pushes each man toward an uncertain, and possibly disastrous, future. The dull lives of Seward, Joel, and Paul are now laced with uncertainty and deceit. Will these men find the way back to themselves or will the challenge of life be too much to bear?
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By Leigh Santoro

Doctor Theodore “Teddy” Thyme is one of the best in his field. He finds his professional work both industrious and enjoyable. Raine Justice Liverboardman will prove to be the ultimate challenge of Dr. Thyme’s entire career. Raine has been charged with attempted capital murder. Dr. Thyme is the psychiatrist chosen to examine Raine to determine if Raine is fit for trial.

The case itself is hazy at best. No body had been discovered; yet Raine confessed to the murder. When Dr. Thyme meets Raine, he finds a person infected by evil and genius in equal quantities. He questions Raine’s family members and finds a history of bizarre, ghastly, and probably abusive people. Which may explain the murderous behavior of his patient.

However, as the case goes to trial Dr. Thyme wonders if Raine is up to something more macabre. Some sort of sick joke, of sorts. Raine is certainly intelligent enough to undermine the United States judicial system. Yet there is a full confession from Raine on record. Haunted by Raine, Dr. Thyme might soon discover that the proximity to madness has severe consequences.


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By NikkiChe

Nia (NEE-YAH) Purpose: Encourages us to look within ourselves and to set personal goals that are beneficial to the community.

This book is written about a wonderful woman named Nia. Nia is a thirty something divorced African American mother of one daughter, Noel. She has proven that she can be a good wife and mother while creating a very lucrative career and extravagant lifestyle. Most of her life has been spent doing just that. Unfortunately, in the midst of it all, she sees that she has lost sight of what success truly means. She is now single with an adult daughter. She has a wonderful family. She has wonderful friends. The company she helped build is ranked in the top three of Fortune Five Hundred companies. She has stocks and bonds. On top of it all, she wins the lottery. What’s the problem? They all consume her. Everything consumes her, even her intimate relationships. In fact, she admits she is suffocating.


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By Leigh Santoro

Doctor Theodore “Teddy” Thyme is one of the best in his field. He finds his professional work both industrious and enjoyable. Raine Justice Liverboardman will prove to be the ultimate challenge of Dr. Thyme’s entire career. Raine has been charged with attempted capital murder. Dr. Thyme is the psychiatrist chosen to examine Raine to determine if Raine is fit for trial.

The case itself is hazy at best. No body had been discovered; yet Raine confessed to the murder. When Dr. Thyme meets Raine, he finds a person infected by evil and genius in equal quantities. He questions Raine’s family members and finds a history of bizarre, ghastly, and probably abusive people. Which may explain the murderous behavior of his patient.

However, as the case goes to trial Dr. Thyme wonders if Raine is up to something more macabre. Some sort of sick joke, of sorts. Raine is certainly intelligent enough to undermine the United States judicial system. Yet there is a full confession from Raine on record. Haunted by Raine, Dr. Thyme might soon discover that the proximity to madness has severe consequences.


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By Audrey Ogilvie

Blackburn Village is a quintessentially beautiful Colonial enclave on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, "a place where psychiatric diagnoses are inconsequential and organizing a chapter of A.A. would be a terrible waste of time." In the summer months, the salt-of-the-earth townspeople are joined by the imperious moneyed regulars from Boston, Charleston and Toronto. The two species do their level best to coexist in this idyllic place where old money lives and new money plays, where reason often unravels. The days are long and the nights are longer. Noon means holding onto a tiller or a tennis racquet and night is simply time to hold on even harder to a cocktail glass and a lobster sandwich.

The summer centrepiece is the large Carlisle family but few are aware of the unnerving energy that controls its members like a ringmaster. Broad smiles, perfect teeth, and impeccable manners prove to be not enough to provide the prescribed happiness they all expect. A desperate summer love and a stunning DNA revelation have the world of Blackburn Village spinning out of control.


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By Audrey Ogilvie

Blackburn Village is a quintessentially beautiful Colonial enclave on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, "a place where psychiatric diagnoses are inconsequential and organizing a chapter of A.A. would be a terrible waste of time." In the summer months, the salt-of-the-earth townspeople are joined by the imperious moneyed regulars from Boston, Charleston and Toronto. The two species do their level best to coexist in this idyllic place where old money lives and new money plays, where reason often unravels. The days are long and the nights are longer. Noon means holding onto a tiller or a tennis racquet and night is simply time to hold on even harder to a cocktail glass and a lobster sandwich.

The summer centrepiece is the large Carlisle family but few are aware of the unnerving energy that controls its members like a ringmaster. Broad smiles, perfect teeth, and impeccable manners prove to be not enough to provide the prescribed happiness they all expect. A desperate summer love and a stunning DNA revelation have the world of Blackburn Village spinning out of control.


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By John Friesen
Life is seemingly only a feeling and nothing more. Unfortunately some have to learn that the hard way. Following the tragic loss of a sister, which some hold him accountable for; the collapse of his family; the sudden calling off of a wedding; a suicide attempt; some combat in Afghanistan; a bank robbery; and a stint in Alcoholics Anonymous, a young and successful architect and aspiring artist clashes with the thoughts that he’s always believed kept him safe and protected, and with a feel that’s constantly confirming to him that his life has become worse than death itself. After deciding to leave his home country of Canada; and to withdraw from his career and secure way of life, he heads off to France, which ultimately turns into an unexpected journey that takes him throughout Europe and into Asia where he stumbles across numerous characters, including a South American pet monkey of an ex-soldier transport truck fanatic from Bhutan, who all lead by example and inadvertently teach him how to acquire the feel that could finally make his dreams come true. Yet before that happens, he gets mixed-up with an unpredictable on-stress-leave madman banker from Doha, Qatar who takes him, and even the monkey hostage, and drags them to Bosnia and beyond. During the course of this journey the architect realizes that getting as close to death as possible without experiencing it, and seeing the world as a mere theatre are the only ways for him to possibly reverse his fortunes and to obtain the feel that’s not only capable of painting the portrait of his visions, but also strong enough to see his destructive train of thoughts come to a crashing end.
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By John Friesen
Life is seemingly only a feeling and nothing more. Unfortunately some have to learn that the hard way. Following the tragic loss of a sister, which some hold him accountable for; the collapse of his family; the sudden calling off of a wedding; a suicide attempt; some combat in Afghanistan; a bank robbery; and a stint in Alcoholics Anonymous, a young and successful architect and aspiring artist clashes with the thoughts that he’s always believed kept him safe and protected, and with a feel that’s constantly confirming to him that his life has become worse than death itself. After deciding to leave his home country of Canada; and to withdraw from his career and secure way of life, he heads off to France, which ultimately turns into an unexpected journey that takes him throughout Europe and into Asia where he stumbles across numerous characters, including a South American pet monkey of an ex-soldier transport truck fanatic from Bhutan, who all lead by example and inadvertently teach him how to acquire the feel that could finally make his dreams come true. Yet before that happens, he gets mixed-up with an unpredictable on-stress-leave madman banker from Doha, Qatar who takes him, and even the monkey hostage, and drags them to Bosnia and beyond. During the course of this journey the architect realizes that getting as close to death as possible without experiencing it, and seeing the world as a mere theatre are the only ways for him to possibly reverse his fortunes and to obtain the feel that’s not only capable of painting the portrait of his visions, but also strong enough to see his destructive train of thoughts come to a crashing end.
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By Madison C. Brightwell

Our heroine Alice is catapulted by a succession of terrifying events on to an extraordinary journey, to find the reincarnated soul of her lost and beloved brother. To aid her, she is given a magical box with six mysterious clues written in different languages, the answers to which will complete a crossword puzzle. Alice is hampered by suffering from a terrible and fatal disease, currently wiping out most of her generation in Britain, which gives her only a few months to live. Nevertheless, knowing that Clair will have a message providing the cure for her disease, Alice struggles through untold obstacles to reach her brother.

Her journey takes her from England across the channel to Holland, then through Europe to Austria and Italy, and further East to the mysterious world of Katmandu in Nepal. On her travels Alice meets many different people - some friendly, some helpful, some untrustworthy and some downright bizarre. Her outer journey is mirrored by the inner journey of dreams and revelations, both of which help her to gradually solve the clues. Her experiences are sometimes strange and otherworldly, and sometimes frighteningly real. With every event she encounters and every obstacle she must endure, Alice learns valuable lessons, and she begins to acquire a new bravery compassion and understanding.


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By Madison C. Brightwell

The Most Diminutive of Birds – set in London and Yorkshire, England, is a dark psychological thriller that traces one woman’s descent into hell and back again. Three families are forever affected when their lives intertwine in unexpected ways, and they are forced to face their inner and outer demons. A detective is linked by his obsession to the killer he is searching for, a figure seemingly elusive but strangely present. The reader is drawn inexorably into the mind of the killer, and an empathy develops. Intimate in scope yet universal in theme, the novel shows how we all can be at the mercy of emotional forces beyond our control, and only by accepting the past that haunts us can we move into a brighter future.


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By Frank Sherry

Basil was a successful filmmaker and the golden child of an ordinary, middle class family until the day he was found naked and staring in his apartment one morning. No one knows how long Basil has been in this catatonic state. There is no indication of drug use or violence, so he is taken to a special institution to recover.

What his family and the doctors don’t realize is that Basil is on a supernatural journey of the subconscious, fraught with challenges, danger, and mystery. Somehow, Basil unleashed innumerable horrors on the world, and the only way to fight them is via his mind. If only he could remember how it all started …

Basil believes that if he could go back to the beginning, he could reverse his own decisions and therefore obliterate the evils he has produced. He is not alone on this voyage into the subconscious. Two major adversaries hope for his failure, as they, too, want control of the evil that threatens mankind.


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