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By Marshall Jackson

Despite growing up in a neighborhood saturated by drugs, prostitution, and violence, Jake Stone has big dreams of living a wonderful life. When he eventually succumbs to the temptations of the streets, Jake embarks on a dark journey through drug and alcohol abuse that eventually leads him to enlist in the navy where he hopes to find a new beginning.

When Jake returns to civilian life and takes up his old addictions, he has no choice but to immerse himself in a life of crime to support his habits. After he is arrested and convicted for robbery, Jake is sent to prison, released, and arrested again for murder. Sentenced to over one hundred years in jail, Jake must now endure relentless transfers, a corrupted prison system, and his own restlessness to make something of himself despite his obstacles. After he studies law, Jake focuses on transforming the bad into good as he attempts to orchestrate his release and marries a prison nurse. When Jake is finally released into the free world more than thirty years later, only one question remains: Will he finally be able to achieve the happily ever after he has always wanted?

A Long, Tragic Journey shares the story of one man’s struggle to survive the tragedies of the prison system and find his purpose in life.


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By David Celley

A rare and valuable jewelry piece is stolen from the Palm Beach mansion of a wealthy industrialist. The piece itself, called the “Eye of the Sun,” includes fragments of the famous Hope Diamond, rumored to be cursed. The industrialist asks his nephew, Greg, to find the lost treasure, with the assistance of private investigators Mike and Tina.

The twisted trail of the Eye of the Sun leads up and down South Florida and over to San Juan, Puerto Rico, but finally ends at the mansion of a powerful drug dealer in the Bahamas. Greg uses his charm to befriend an attractive Cuban American named Flora, along with sly tipster Olivetti. With their help, Greg and his team steal the Eye of the Sun back.

But just when he thinks his troubles are over, Greg begins to suspect the Hope Diamond curse to be true. He and anyone who comes into contact with the Eye of the Sun are on a downward spiral toward destruction. The only way to save their lives is to discover who stole the necklace in the first place—before it’s too late.


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By Craig L. Barr

Carl Mosley awakens from a very realistic and bothersome dream, which he shares immediately with his older brother, Roy. Due to the detailed, emotional nature of the dream, though, Carl begins to wonder if somehow his memory has been altered. Is it possible the dream he had was his real life and he now lives a waking lie?

Soon, the brothers cross the path of a time traveler. He is hell bent on manipulating the past to further his self-righteous agenda, but to do so he requires the help of Carl and Roy. The brothers agree to travel into the recent past, where they meet strange and zany characters with much to offer in the realm of self-reflection.

For the Mosley brothers, their lives become unrecognizable overnight, due to alterations in the past. Their fellow time traveler just might be a madman. Still, the fault is not all his. Messing with the past in order to change the future has the potential for good, but for Carl and Roy, they must learn the hard way: the past is better left alone.


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By Craig L. Barr

Carl Mosley awakens from a very realistic and bothersome dream, which he shares immediately with his older brother, Roy. Due to the detailed, emotional nature of the dream, though, Carl begins to wonder if somehow his memory has been altered. Is it possible the dream he had was his real life and he now lives a waking lie?

Soon, the brothers cross the path of a time traveler. He is hell bent on manipulating the past to further his self-righteous agenda, but to do so he requires the help of Carl and Roy. The brothers agree to travel into the recent past, where they meet strange and zany characters with much to offer in the realm of self-reflection.

For the Mosley brothers, their lives become unrecognizable overnight, due to alterations in the past. Their fellow time traveler just might be a madman. Still, the fault is not all his. Messing with the past in order to change the future has the potential for good, but for Carl and Roy, they must learn the hard way: the past is better left alone.


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By David Celley

A rare and valuable jewelry piece is stolen from the Palm Beach mansion of a wealthy industrialist. The piece itself, called the “Eye of the Sun,” includes fragments of the famous Hope Diamond, rumored to be cursed. The industrialist asks his nephew, Greg, to find the lost treasure, with the assistance of private investigators Mike and Tina.

The twisted trail of the Eye of the Sun leads up and down South Florida and over to San Juan, Puerto Rico, but finally ends at the mansion of a powerful drug dealer in the Bahamas. Greg uses his charm to befriend an attractive Cuban American named Flora, along with sly tipster Olivetti. With their help, Greg and his team steal the Eye of the Sun back.

But just when he thinks his troubles are over, Greg begins to suspect the Hope Diamond curse to be true. He and anyone who comes into contact with the Eye of the Sun are on a downward spiral toward destruction. The only way to save their lives is to discover who stole the necklace in the first place—before it’s too late.


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By Sylvia Norman

Patricia and William can’t wait to have children, but as soon as she gives birth, things seem to change. First, although she doesn’t remember it, Patricia apparently tried to commit suicide in the hospital room. The doctors write it off as postpartum depression, but Patricia has the oddest feeling her baby, Bernard, had something to do with it.

William tries to be supportive of his recovering wife. He is careful and loving with their son, but she seems almost afraid of little Bernard. She doesn’t treat him as a mother would—with love, compassion, and patience. To Patricia, Bernard is some kind of monster, and sometimes, she swears he looks like an old man … and talks like one too.

Is Bernard the evil creature she suspects, or is the horror just part of Patricia’s twisted imagination? William fears for his family, but he’s not sure where to turn. He hates to think his wife is mad, yet her behavior gives him little choice. Patricia, however, feels she has a purpose: to destroy the child she brought into the world before he hurts others, William included.


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By John Reddie

After being buried for thirty-one years under fallen trees in a forest as the result of a severe hurricane, a 1936 Hudson is discovered by two hikers, Karen Conroy and Neil Warner. While looking over the badly rusted remains of the car, they come across an item that turns out to be a major contributor to a teen aged girl’s disappearance that happened thirty-one years earlier and any hopes until now of learning what happened to her had been all but exhausted.

The story then traces back to the time when the Hudson was new and the various owner’s lives during the time that they owned the car and leads up to the present day when a detective learning of the new evidence becomes involved and after reopening the case, is obsessed with solving the girl’s mysterious vanishing. He has a grown daughter of his own and cannot imagine the stress and sadness the girl’s family had endoured over those years.


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By Tina Bakalar Spangler

Shots ring out in the sanctuary of Littleton’s True Liberal Church, and in the end two people are shot. Congregants and friends of the church are plunged into despair as a beloved member is killed. Witnesses point fingers, but are they pointed in the right direction?

Local TV anchor Kelly Allen, on the edge of a broken relationship at thirty-seven, is at a turning point in her life. Frustrated by the current tawdry state of “the news” in the age of electronic journalism, she is determined to deepen the public’s understanding beyond sound bytes and incessant speculation. As she digs deeper into the church shooting, Allen encounters blatant deception, unquestioning allegiance, and a myriad of conflicting viewpoints disguised as truth. She is driven to claw her way out of the muddy realm of human misbehavior to unravel the puzzle.

Allen unexpectedly finds renewed passion in her work and life. In her quest, she winds up unearthing the truth on many levels.


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By Sylvia Norman

Patricia and William can’t wait to have children, but as soon as she gives birth, things seem to change. First, although she doesn’t remember it, Patricia apparently tried to commit suicide in the hospital room. The doctors write it off as postpartum depression, but Patricia has the oddest feeling her baby, Bernard, had something to do with it.

William tries to be supportive of his recovering wife. He is careful and loving with their son, but she seems almost afraid of little Bernard. She doesn’t treat him as a mother would—with love, compassion, and patience. To Patricia, Bernard is some kind of monster, and sometimes, she swears he looks like an old man … and talks like one too.

Is Bernard the evil creature she suspects, or is the horror just part of Patricia’s twisted imagination? William fears for his family, but he’s not sure where to turn. He hates to think his wife is mad, yet her behavior gives him little choice. Patricia, however, feels she has a purpose: to destroy the child she brought into the world before he hurts others, William included.


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By John Reddie

After being buried for thirty-one years under fallen trees in a forest as the result of a severe hurricane, a 1936 Hudson is discovered by two hikers, Karen Conroy and Neil Warner. While looking over the badly rusted remains of the car, they come across an item that turns out to be a major contributor to a teen aged girl’s disappearance that happened thirty-one years earlier and any hopes until now of learning what happened to her had been all but exhausted.

The story then traces back to the time when the Hudson was new and the various owner’s lives during the time that they owned the car and leads up to the present day when a detective learning of the new evidence becomes involved and after reopening the case, is obsessed with solving the girl’s mysterious vanishing. He has a grown daughter of his own and cannot imagine the stress and sadness the girl’s family had endoured over those years.


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By Tina Bakalar Spangler

Shots ring out in the sanctuary of Littleton’s True Liberal Church, and in the end two people are shot. Congregants and friends of the church are plunged into despair as a beloved member is killed. Witnesses point fingers, but are they pointed in the right direction?

Local TV anchor Kelly Allen, on the edge of a broken relationship at thirty-seven, is at a turning point in her life. Frustrated by the current tawdry state of “the news” in the age of electronic journalism, she is determined to deepen the public’s understanding beyond sound bytes and incessant speculation. As she digs deeper into the church shooting, Allen encounters blatant deception, unquestioning allegiance, and a myriad of conflicting viewpoints disguised as truth. She is driven to claw her way out of the muddy realm of human misbehavior to unravel the puzzle.

Allen unexpectedly finds renewed passion in her work and life. In her quest, she winds up unearthing the truth on many levels.


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By Tina Bakalar Spangler

Shots ring out in the sanctuary of Littleton’s True Liberal Church, and in the end two people are shot. Congregants and friends of the church are plunged into despair as a beloved member is killed. Witnesses point fingers, but are they pointed in the right direction?

Local TV anchor Kelly Allen, on the edge of a broken relationship at thirty-seven, is at a turning point in her life. Frustrated by the current tawdry state of “the news” in the age of electronic journalism, she is determined to deepen the public’s understanding beyond sound bytes and incessant speculation. As she digs deeper into the church shooting, Allen encounters blatant deception, unquestioning allegiance, and a myriad of conflicting viewpoints disguised as truth. She is driven to claw her way out of the muddy realm of human misbehavior to unravel the puzzle.

Allen unexpectedly finds renewed passion in her work and life. In her quest, she winds up unearthing the truth on many levels.


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By John Joseph Stanley

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Gary Conner leads an idyllic life with his wife, Gwen, and their beautiful daughter, Jennie. On a usual day, something unusual happens: seven-year-old Jennie decides it’s finally time to ride her bike. This leads to tragedy as Jennie is struck and killed, leaving Gary and Gwen to drown in sorrow.

To dull their pain, Gary takes a position far from home as the captain of a county jail in northern New Mexico. His detention center appears to have an inordinate number of problems. Then, with reports of a man who walks through walls, Gary realizes he deals not only with human criminals but dark, tormented powers of the supernatural variety.

The ghosts at Gary’s jail are on both sides of the bars. They are caged spirits, held not by metal and mortar alone. Gary must find a way to resolve ancient battles or risk losing everything he holds dear. His own pain and the pain of his wife keep them caged, as well, but by setting the jail’s spirits free, he might free his heart and hers before it’s too late.


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By John Joseph Stanley

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Gary Conner leads an idyllic life with his wife, Gwen, and their beautiful daughter, Jennie. On a usual day, something unusual happens: seven-year-old Jennie decides it’s finally time to ride her bike. This leads to tragedy as Jennie is struck and killed, leaving Gary and Gwen to drown in sorrow.

To dull their pain, Gary takes a position far from home as the captain of a county jail in northern New Mexico. His detention center appears to have an inordinate number of problems. Then, with reports of a man who walks through walls, Gary realizes he deals not only with human criminals but dark, tormented powers of the supernatural variety.

The ghosts at Gary’s jail are on both sides of the bars. They are caged spirits, held not by metal and mortar alone. Gary must find a way to resolve ancient battles or risk losing everything he holds dear. His own pain and the pain of his wife keep them caged, as well, but by setting the jail’s spirits free, he might free his heart and hers before it’s too late.


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By John Joseph Stanley

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Gary Conner leads an idyllic life with his wife, Gwen, and their beautiful daughter, Jennie. On a usual day, something unusual happens: seven-year-old Jennie decides it’s finally time to ride her bike. This leads to tragedy as Jennie is struck and killed, leaving Gary and Gwen to drown in sorrow.

To dull their pain, Gary takes a position far from home as the captain of a county jail in northern New Mexico. His detention center appears to have an inordinate number of problems. Then, with reports of a man who walks through walls, Gary realizes he deals not only with human criminals but dark, tormented powers of the supernatural variety.

The ghosts at Gary’s jail are on both sides of the bars. They are caged spirits, held not by metal and mortar alone. Gary must find a way to resolve ancient battles or risk losing everything he holds dear. His own pain and the pain of his wife keep them caged, as well, but by setting the jail’s spirits free, he might free his heart and hers before it’s too late.


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