Finance
 
Labor
 
Resumes
 
Skills
 
Theory
 
 
 
Games
 
Viruses
 
 
COOKING
 
African
 
Baking
 
Beer
 
Bread
 
Cakes
 
Chinese
 
Cookies
 
Dairy
 
Essays
 
French
 
Fruit
 
German
 
Gourmet
 
Heart
 
History
 
Holiday
 
Italian
 
Low Fat
 
Meat
 
Mexican
 
Outdoor
 
Pasta
 
Pies
 
Pizza
 
Salads
 
Seafood
 
Spanish
 
Turkish
 
 
 
DESIGN
 
 
 
Essays
 
Finance
 
Higher
 
History
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
HISTORY
 
China
 
Egypt)
 
Essays
 
France
 
Germany
 
Greece)
 
Ireland
 
Israel
 
Italy
 
Japan
 
Jewish
 
Korea
 
Mexico
 
 
 
 
Other
 
Royalty
 
 
Careers
 
Drama
 
Other
 
Travel
 
 
 
LAW
 
Courts
 
Essays
 
Federal
 
Health
 
Public
 
Sports
 
Torts
 
Wills
 
 
 
 
 
MEDICAL
 
Essays
 
Ethics
 
Healing
 
History
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Essays
 
Peace
 
 
 
 
Adult
 
Amish
 
Atheism
 
Baha'i
 
Baptist
 
Clergy
 
Cults
 
Deism
 
Eastern
 
Essays
 
Ethics
 
Faith
 
History
 
History
 
Jewish
 
Prayer
 
Sikhism
 
Sufi
 
Talmud
 
Taoist)
 
Theism
 
Zen)
 
 
SCIENCE
 
Biology
 
Botany
 
Ecology
 
Energy
 
Essays
 
Geology
 
Gravity
 
History
 
Light
 
Nuclear
 
Time
 
 
 
Essays
 
Slavery
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FICTION - Psychological
 
Sort By: Products per Page:
  12345   [NEXT > >] Displaying 1 to 15 of 1000+
By Elizabeth Cain

Rancher Hank Rose loses his parents in a freak lightning storm on the Nevada desert three weeks before his Iroquois wife, Susan Sun, gives birth to their only child. Just as their daughter, Sunny, returns some joy to their lives, she is kidnapped at age four. Sunny suffers numbing mind-control and physical abuse for eight years before she is found, barely educated and terrified of a world she has never known, her only friend a German shepherd, named Paraíso.

After she is rescued from a locked car during a California heat wave, Sunny reunites with her parents, who are naturally ecstatic to see her again. But as happy as they are, Sunny struggles to find her place in a life she barely remembers and Hank wrestles with a past he would rather forget. After Sunny finally chooses an austere path of religious service, her parents fear they have lost her again, but in the end, Sunny—without conscious intent—lays to rest old grievances of her father and her grandparents, and surprisingly, her kidnapper’s pain as well.

Dancing in the Red Snow is the compelling tale of a girl’s incredible journey through childhood with a vengeful abductor and the years after as she embarks on a daring path to healing.


FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$14.95
By Elizabeth Cain

Rancher Hank Rose loses his parents in a freak lightning storm on the Nevada desert three weeks before his Iroquois wife, Susan Sun, gives birth to their only child. Just as their daughter, Sunny, returns some joy to their lives, she is kidnapped at age four. Sunny suffers numbing mind-control and physical abuse for eight years before she is found, barely educated and terrified of a world she has never known, her only friend a German shepherd, named Paraíso.

After she is rescued from a locked car during a California heat wave, Sunny reunites with her parents, who are naturally ecstatic to see her again. But as happy as they are, Sunny struggles to find her place in a life she barely remembers and Hank wrestles with a past he would rather forget. After Sunny finally chooses an austere path of religious service, her parents fear they have lost her again, but in the end, Sunny—without conscious intent—lays to rest old grievances of her father and her grandparents, and surprisingly, her kidnapper’s pain as well.

Dancing in the Red Snow is the compelling tale of a girl’s incredible journey through childhood with a vengeful abductor and the years after as she embarks on a daring path to healing.


FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$24.95
By Julie M.
Arthur and Joyce Richardson, a couple who had it all, thanks to a lifetime of unswerving control over every aspect of their lives, were stunned when Joyce became pregnant in her forties. Once the shock wore off, they swore to control—and keep control over—their child for as long as they could.

Born into a perfectionist marriage with no room for the chaos of a child, Kate Richardson wants for nothing except love. She is a beautiful child, but her beauty fails to inspire the natural affection that children need.

But from Ginny, her great aunt, Kate finally knows what it is to be wanted. At Ginny’s, Kate discovers a world far greater than what she knew. Summers spent with her aunt are the happiest times of her childhood, but even there Kate finds it hard to escape her father’s domineering ways. When Ginny dies, Kate mourns not only the loss of her beloved aunt but the loss of her only safe and supportive relationship. Once again under her father’s control, a miserable Kate pursues the career he approves and marries the man he chooses.

When Arthur dies, however, Kate flees to the only place she’s ever loved—only to realize that unless she can escape the obsessive love that threatens her future, she will always be his to control.

FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
By Julie M.
Arthur and Joyce Richardson, a couple who had it all, thanks to a lifetime of unswerving control over every aspect of their lives, were stunned when Joyce became pregnant in her forties. Once the shock wore off, they swore to control—and keep control over—their child for as long as they could.

Born into a perfectionist marriage with no room for the chaos of a child, Kate Richardson wants for nothing except love. She is a beautiful child, but her beauty fails to inspire the natural affection that children need.

But from Ginny, her great aunt, Kate finally knows what it is to be wanted. At Ginny’s, Kate discovers a world far greater than what she knew. Summers spent with her aunt are the happiest times of her childhood, but even there Kate finds it hard to escape her father’s domineering ways. When Ginny dies, Kate mourns not only the loss of her beloved aunt but the loss of her only safe and supportive relationship. Once again under her father’s control, a miserable Kate pursues the career he approves and marries the man he chooses.

When Arthur dies, however, Kate flees to the only place she’s ever loved—only to realize that unless she can escape the obsessive love that threatens her future, she will always be his to control.

FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$20.95
By Julie M.
Arthur and Joyce Richardson, a couple who had it all, thanks to a lifetime of unswerving control over every aspect of their lives, were stunned when Joyce became pregnant in her forties. Once the shock wore off, they swore to control—and keep control over—their child for as long as they could.

Born into a perfectionist marriage with no room for the chaos of a child, Kate Richardson wants for nothing except love. She is a beautiful child, but her beauty fails to inspire the natural affection that children need.

But from Ginny, her great aunt, Kate finally knows what it is to be wanted. At Ginny’s, Kate discovers a world far greater than what she knew. Summers spent with her aunt are the happiest times of her childhood, but even there Kate finds it hard to escape her father’s domineering ways. When Ginny dies, Kate mourns not only the loss of her beloved aunt but the loss of her only safe and supportive relationship. Once again under her father’s control, a miserable Kate pursues the career he approves and marries the man he chooses.

When Arthur dies, however, Kate flees to the only place she’s ever loved—only to realize that unless she can escape the obsessive love that threatens her future, she will always be his to control.

FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$30.95
By John Benjamin Franklin III
Cain, a quixotic anti-hero, navigates the foreign and hostile world of construction as he builds the Twin Towers prison in LA. The novel follows Cain through the seven stories, nine counting the foundation and roof, of this brooding building culminating with the violent LA riots. Whop, Cain’s personal Virgil, guides Cain through the hell of work-site accidents, deaths, graft, greed, incompetence, and disillusionment. Unlike in Dante’s Inferno, Whop does not guide Cain to redemption. Instead, Cain’s foreman, Nickels, applies pressure to Cain’s mental state as the steel assaults his body and soul. While Cain sinks deeper into the construction site his hold on reality blurs by the surreal bombardment to his senses. He absorbs the maddening orchestra of noises and sights; the Native American iron worker, Coyote Eye, killing himself for his beloved; the rodbuster who robbed banks to escape the job; the sex addiction of Big Daddy and his crew of looneys; and the merciless steel trying to murder Cain one piercing shard at a time. The rest of the crew: Iron Horse, Tiny, Willie the Elevator Operator, Righteous Eddy Edmond, and the Funky Red Headed Dread Lock Dude notice Cain’s odd behavior, but they do not recognize his mental instability. As the Rodney King riot takes to the streets nine months later, LA burns in the night sky while Cain, Nickels and the cold steel collide.
FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
By Kevin Zdrill

Right or wrong, a series of fragile relationships collides through chance, coincidence, or fate.

Twelve years ago, Kirk made an innocent but terrible mistake. As he faces down another night of tormented dreams, he struggles to shake the scars he still bears. After sixty years as man and wife, Ira and Betsy’s love is as vibrant as it was the day their eyes made contact across a dusty country parking lot. Now, disease and willful destruction tear away at everything they’ve built together.

Just sixteen, Megan is at war with the world—and especially her mother, who flounders in a failing campaign to keep her daughter from making the same mistakes she did at that age. Robin, a career-driven woman with an unwavering, take-no-prisoners attitude—despite the ultimate sacrifice she made as a woman—finds her husband Rick, who has opted to coast (and flirt) through his own career, frustrating at best.

Wes and Trish were once high school sweethearts and now have a teenager of their own. They cherish their daughter, but that’s not enough to keep them from growing apart. And now, the fate of their family hangs on the success of one big score. By eighteen, Jo-Ann was alone and pregnant. Twelve years later, she’s about to discover the reward for a good deed doesn’t come without loss.

This novel reveals the intersection of the lives of a group of very different people, illuminating the shocking ramifications of life, love, and loss in a crazy, mixed-up world.


FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$.99
By John Benjamin Franklin III
Cain, a quixotic anti-hero, navigates the foreign and hostile world of construction as he builds the Twin Towers prison in LA. The novel follows Cain through the seven stories, nine counting the foundation and roof, of this brooding building culminating with the violent LA riots. Whop, Cain’s personal Virgil, guides Cain through the hell of work-site accidents, deaths, graft, greed, incompetence, and disillusionment. Unlike in Dante’s Inferno, Whop does not guide Cain to redemption. Instead, Cain’s foreman, Nickels, applies pressure to Cain’s mental state as the steel assaults his body and soul. While Cain sinks deeper into the construction site his hold on reality blurs by the surreal bombardment to his senses. He absorbs the maddening orchestra of noises and sights; the Native American iron worker, Coyote Eye, killing himself for his beloved; the rodbuster who robbed banks to escape the job; the sex addiction of Big Daddy and his crew of looneys; and the merciless steel trying to murder Cain one piercing shard at a time. The rest of the crew: Iron Horse, Tiny, Willie the Elevator Operator, Righteous Eddy Edmond, and the Funky Red Headed Dread Lock Dude notice Cain’s odd behavior, but they do not recognize his mental instability. As the Rodney King riot takes to the streets nine months later, LA burns in the night sky while Cain, Nickels and the cold steel collide.
FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$12.95
By John Benjamin Franklin III
Cain, a quixotic anti-hero, navigates the foreign and hostile world of construction as he builds the Twin Towers prison in LA. The novel follows Cain through the seven stories, nine counting the foundation and roof, of this brooding building culminating with the violent LA riots. Whop, Cain’s personal Virgil, guides Cain through the hell of work-site accidents, deaths, graft, greed, incompetence, and disillusionment. Unlike in Dante’s Inferno, Whop does not guide Cain to redemption. Instead, Cain’s foreman, Nickels, applies pressure to Cain’s mental state as the steel assaults his body and soul. While Cain sinks deeper into the construction site his hold on reality blurs by the surreal bombardment to his senses. He absorbs the maddening orchestra of noises and sights; the Native American iron worker, Coyote Eye, killing himself for his beloved; the rodbuster who robbed banks to escape the job; the sex addiction of Big Daddy and his crew of looneys; and the merciless steel trying to murder Cain one piercing shard at a time. The rest of the crew: Iron Horse, Tiny, Willie the Elevator Operator, Righteous Eddy Edmond, and the Funky Red Headed Dread Lock Dude notice Cain’s odd behavior, but they do not recognize his mental instability. As the Rodney King riot takes to the streets nine months later, LA burns in the night sky while Cain, Nickels and the cold steel collide.
FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$22.95
By Kevin Zdrill

Right or wrong, a series of fragile relationships collides through chance, coincidence, or fate.

Twelve years ago, Kirk made an innocent but terrible mistake. As he faces down another night of tormented dreams, he struggles to shake the scars he still bears. After sixty years as man and wife, Ira and Betsy’s love is as vibrant as it was the day their eyes made contact across a dusty country parking lot. Now, disease and willful destruction tear away at everything they’ve built together.

Just sixteen, Megan is at war with the world—and especially her mother, who flounders in a failing campaign to keep her daughter from making the same mistakes she did at that age. Robin, a career-driven woman with an unwavering, take-no-prisoners attitude—despite the ultimate sacrifice she made as a woman—finds her husband Rick, who has opted to coast (and flirt) through his own career, frustrating at best.

Wes and Trish were once high school sweethearts and now have a teenager of their own. They cherish their daughter, but that’s not enough to keep them from growing apart. And now, the fate of their family hangs on the success of one big score. By eighteen, Jo-Ann was alone and pregnant. Twelve years later, she’s about to discover the reward for a good deed doesn’t come without loss.

This novel reveals the intersection of the lives of a group of very different people, illuminating the shocking ramifications of life, love, and loss in a crazy, mixed-up world.


FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$17.95
By Kevin Zdrill

Right or wrong, a series of fragile relationships collides through chance, coincidence, or fate.

Twelve years ago, Kirk made an innocent but terrible mistake. As he faces down another night of tormented dreams, he struggles to shake the scars he still bears. After sixty years as man and wife, Ira and Betsy’s love is as vibrant as it was the day their eyes made contact across a dusty country parking lot. Now, disease and willful destruction tear away at everything they’ve built together.

Just sixteen, Megan is at war with the world—and especially her mother, who flounders in a failing campaign to keep her daughter from making the same mistakes she did at that age. Robin, a career-driven woman with an unwavering, take-no-prisoners attitude—despite the ultimate sacrifice she made as a woman—finds her husband Rick, who has opted to coast (and flirt) through his own career, frustrating at best.

Wes and Trish were once high school sweethearts and now have a teenager of their own. They cherish their daughter, but that’s not enough to keep them from growing apart. And now, the fate of their family hangs on the success of one big score. By eighteen, Jo-Ann was alone and pregnant. Twelve years later, she’s about to discover the reward for a good deed doesn’t come without loss.

This novel reveals the intersection of the lives of a group of very different people, illuminating the shocking ramifications of life, love, and loss in a crazy, mixed-up world.


FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$27.95
By Barbara J. Franzen

Twelve year old Celeste Dusty faces abuse when her parents’ sudden death and the actions of a dishonest child services employee result in Celeste being taken from idyllic farm life to Lincoln, Nebraska where she spends the next four years with Aunt Sylvie, a socialite with a secret vendetta against Celeste’s dead mother. Almost immediately Celeste realizes something evil is about to touch her life. Along with malicious Aunt Sylvie, Celeste encounters Pastor Evans. He is good looking and charismatic, but unfortunately the good Pastor’s interest in shy girls has nothing to do with God.

Celeste grows up, but old wounds are hard to heal—even when she runs into childhood friend Will Temple. The ‘once cocky’ Will is smitten with Celeste’s beauty, humor, and innocence. . She feels unable to commit due to scars left by her abuse, and it may take a Christmas miracle for her to accept Will’s love. Can Celeste move forward or will the ills done in her past steal future happiness?

This is a beautiful story of love and healing written by a therapist who worked with teenagers on the journey to healing. It was well researched and includes Nebraska landmarks, historical events, and the unique farming culture of the 1920s-40’s.


FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
By Stephen Nnamdi

Ben Jacobs was on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2009 when his world changed forever; he was severely injured during an explosion and was left hovering near death. While in the between place, an angel from God visited Ben and gave him the ability to see into other people’s memories.

Upon returning to New York, Ben finds it difficult to handle the pain of his injuries and becomes one of the many who call the streets home. There are those who try to help Ben and encourage him to see God and the good in life. But one cold night, Ben stumbles onto a scene he can’t quite comprehend: he sees his homeless friends from Vernal Hill being loaded onto a bus at gunpoint. Ben wonders what he should do. Certainly no one will believe his claims; he’s a homeless alcoholic veteran with a bad brain and a strange angel living inside him. But he’s also a witness to a conspiracy, and there are those in power who want him silenced.

A novel of religious fiction, We’re All Important centers on the importance of faith in life. It taps into the universal truth about the very essence of the human condition.


FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
By Gerard R. D’Alessio

Gennero Giantonio is a powerful man who is accustomed to being in control of every situation. But life is not treating him with the respect he is accustomed to, and it’s throwing him into a spin at the pinnacle of his very successful career. Upset and questioning whether the unexpected death of his grandson, Richie, was from an accidental overdose, as the police have determined, he needs to understand exactly what happened on that fateful day. He enlists the help of Grady, a volatile musician friend of Richie’s, to help him get to the truth, no matter how disturbing it may be.

In the grip of his grief, Gennero must also deal with two tragedies in his immediate family: his beloved sister, Maria, has recently learned that she has cancer. And, Tessie, his wife of fifty-five years has become delusional and paranoid, a situation he is in no way prepared to handle. Gennero is uncharacteristically lost as his carefully regulated life is quickly spinning out of control. For the first time in his life, he feels confused and overwhelmed.

While Gennero is coping with these family problems, Grady uncovers the mystery of Richie’s death, and in the process, solves important issues in his own life, including those which have been interfering with his developing a deeper relationship with his girlfriend, Karen. This suspenseful psychological family drama takes place during one fast-paced and hectic week.


FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
By Diane L. Huffman
During Beth Stedman’s formative years in the late 1940s and early 1950s, she wonders if the families depicted on the weekly television shows—Leave It to Beaver, Father Knows Best, The Donna Reed Show—existed in real life. The fathers in the sitcoms had good-paying jobs. The mothers stayed home and vacuumed in dresses and high heels. The brothers and sisters were respectful and obedient. They lived in perfect harmony in perfect houses in perfect suburbs. Once she was old enough to visit friends, she realized that other families do, in fact, resemble those blissful television portrayals. But hers certainly doesn’t. Growing up in her deranged East Coast household, Beth feels like an outsider—but a grateful outsider because her family is riddled with alcoholism, poverty, and an abundance of insanity. Beth has her defenses, though: her faith, a positive attitude, and a penchant for putting a comedic spin on life. She also harbors a secret escape plan and, eventually, the knowledge as to why she has always been the black sheep of the family. Beth survives a deadbeat dad, a defeated mom, an overindulged sister, and a villainous brother to demonstrate that the School of Hard Knocks doesn’t have to ruin you for life. If fact, it can almost guarantee success
FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
  12345   [NEXT > >] Displaying 1 to 15 of 1000+