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By Howard Jahre

Ben Hogan, considered to be the greatest striker of the golf ball, would beat balls on the practice range until his hands bled. He once said that in a good round, he hit just three shots exactly the way he wanted. He understood that golf is more a game of misses than a game of perfection.

Until a brash young amateur attempts to prove him wrong.

When Gordon Howard, trust fund baby and amateur golfer par excellence, comes to the sudden realization that his cushy job working for his father’s mega hedge fund has been a colossal mistake, his world free- falls into a tailspin.

Searching for fulfillment and meaning to his life, he throws caution to the wind and embarks on a mission to become a professional golfer on the PGA tour. His goal is to win the coveted US Open.

Amidst the pressure of his level headed girlfriend to abandon his pipedream, Gordon is contacted by a man he has never met, who offers him what he has been desperately searching for, an infallible golf swing.

But the price Gordon pays for such perfection is much more than he ever bargained for.


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By Reg Ivory
Atlanta detective Jack Novak is about to face the toughest case of his career—and possibly the most dangerous. First, though, he’s got to get his head on straight, with the help of attractive psychiatrist Laura Benjamin. Does Jack have a crush on her? Of course not. Is he lying to himself? Maybe. His “treatment” is put on hold when he’s called into a murder case. Jack thinks the murderer has to be a sick bastard. He must like pain, but he also must be brilliant, as this killer leaves no clues. Jack has nowhere to start, but, hey, that’s never stopped him before. He’s a great investigator, and he’ll stop this monster, no matter the cost, even if Jack is a little strung out from his last few cases. Soon, the murderer makes his connection to Jack and things take a tragically personal turn. Will the psycho killer get away—especially now that he’s threatened the people Jack loves? Only time will tell what it takes to catch a monster.
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By Paul Sorgule

It is fall of 2015, and Jake is a line cook—or at least he was, until he and his entire team were let go from their jobs following a suspected E.coli outbreak traced to their restaurant.

Jake—who has always been a stickler for food safety—suspects that the outbreak is actually part of a larger problem that the news has been referring to as The Event, a series of changes encompassing dramatic shifts in weather and decline in the integrity of the nation’s food supply. The deaths were in fact caused by a new deadly strain of bacteria, and its reach is expanding, affecting people all over the United States. As the Event sweeps the country, killing first thousand and then tens of thousands, Jake recalls his culinary career—particularly his life with fellow chef, Carla—and struggles desperately to determine how he can make a difference.

A novel based on the reality of our food supply’s truly fragile nature, The Event That Changed Everything explores environmental issues, farming, and restaurant life through the eyes of two chefs doing their best to meet the challenges of a changing world.


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By Andrea M. White

Beyond the Ivy is the sequel to Andrea M. White’s debut novel, Under the Ivy. As was the case with her first book, Beyond the Ivy is a murder mystery that takes place at the fictional Wakefield University, located on historic Beacon Hill, in Boston, Massachusetts. We return to Wakefield’s campus, just a few months after the murder of Vice President Jack Doyle had rocked the school to its very foundation.

Much to the dismay of Wakefield’s President, Peter Kingston, over Labor Day weekend another body is found on campus, and Boston police detectives Foley and Hunt are, once again, called upon to investigate a complex case. All of the same characters return in this outing with a few, highly provocative, additions. This time, while the president’s particular brand of laissez-faire is still a factor, the murder in question can be attributed more to the extracurricular activities of a vicious criminal element that has invaded Wakefield’s ivy covered walls.

During the previous investigation, the professional relationship between Boston Homicide Detective Michael Foley and the president’s chief aide, Alexa Coughlin had become quite personal, and the romance that had begun last June was still going strong. This would add an interesting dynamic into the current investigation, as by providence and preference, Alexa finds herself, deeply and perhaps dangerously involved.


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By Paul Sorgule

It is fall of 2015, and Jake is a line cook—or at least he was, until he and his entire team were let go from their jobs following a suspected E.coli outbreak traced to their restaurant.

Jake—who has always been a stickler for food safety—suspects that the outbreak is actually part of a larger problem that the news has been referring to as The Event, a series of changes encompassing dramatic shifts in weather and decline in the integrity of the nation’s food supply. The deaths were in fact caused by a new deadly strain of bacteria, and its reach is expanding, affecting people all over the United States. As the Event sweeps the country, killing first thousand and then tens of thousands, Jake recalls his culinary career—particularly his life with fellow chef, Carla—and struggles desperately to determine how he can make a difference.

A novel based on the reality of our food supply’s truly fragile nature, The Event That Changed Everything explores environmental issues, farming, and restaurant life through the eyes of two chefs doing their best to meet the challenges of a changing world.


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By Andrea M. White

Beyond the Ivy is the sequel to Andrea M. White’s debut novel, Under the Ivy. As was the case with her first book, Beyond the Ivy is a murder mystery that takes place at the fictional Wakefield University, located on historic Beacon Hill, in Boston, Massachusetts. We return to Wakefield’s campus, just a few months after the murder of Vice President Jack Doyle had rocked the school to its very foundation.

Much to the dismay of Wakefield’s President, Peter Kingston, over Labor Day weekend another body is found on campus, and Boston police detectives Foley and Hunt are, once again, called upon to investigate a complex case. All of the same characters return in this outing with a few, highly provocative, additions. This time, while the president’s particular brand of laissez-faire is still a factor, the murder in question can be attributed more to the extracurricular activities of a vicious criminal element that has invaded Wakefield’s ivy covered walls.

During the previous investigation, the professional relationship between Boston Homicide Detective Michael Foley and the president’s chief aide, Alexa Coughlin had become quite personal, and the romance that had begun last June was still going strong. This would add an interesting dynamic into the current investigation, as by providence and preference, Alexa finds herself, deeply and perhaps dangerously involved.


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By Andrea M. White

Beyond the Ivy is the sequel to Andrea M. White’s debut novel, Under the Ivy. As was the case with her first book, Beyond the Ivy is a murder mystery that takes place at the fictional Wakefield University, located on historic Beacon Hill, in Boston, Massachusetts. We return to Wakefield’s campus, just a few months after the murder of Vice President Jack Doyle had rocked the school to its very foundation.

Much to the dismay of Wakefield’s President, Peter Kingston, over Labor Day weekend another body is found on campus, and Boston police detectives Foley and Hunt are, once again, called upon to investigate a complex case. All of the same characters return in this outing with a few, highly provocative, additions. This time, while the president’s particular brand of laissez-faire is still a factor, the murder in question can be attributed more to the extracurricular activities of a vicious criminal element that has invaded Wakefield’s ivy covered walls.

During the previous investigation, the professional relationship between Boston Homicide Detective Michael Foley and the president’s chief aide, Alexa Coughlin had become quite personal, and the romance that had begun last June was still going strong. This would add an interesting dynamic into the current investigation, as by providence and preference, Alexa finds herself, deeply and perhaps dangerously involved.


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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 Jw Grodt

It is 1980, and Jake Kincannon is a struggling private investigator with a habit of taking unusual cases. With the help of his beautiful gal Friday and romantic interest, Julie Carson, Jake wraps up several small investigations that barely make it worthwhile to continue his agency. As another year with few prospects for big cases looms ahead, Jake’s enthusiasm is fading fast. Lucky for Jake, his fortune is about to change.

Wilson J. Wells, a PhD in science and mathematics, is in desperate need of Jake’s services. After he calls and invites Jake to visit his laboratory to see his invention Forty plus years in the making, Jake discovers that Dr. Wells has carefully chosen him—a man trained to kill, experienced in investigations, and eager for cash—to help him carry out a mission. Dr. Wells has but one desire and purpose for his creation: he needs someone to take a journey and save the life of his brutally murdered wife, Sheila. Jake, seemingly left with no other choice, reluctantly agrees to attempt to change history without realizing the true impact of his decision.

In this action-packed mystery, Jake Kincannon travels back in time with the hope of preventing a terrible tragedy is about to discover that time is both his friend and enemy.


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By Marc Elliot
David Montgomery is a reporter for the San Francisco Clarion Newspaper, and lives on a sailboat. At one of the city functions he meets the chief engineer for the City’s massive wastewater construction project. Later David takes him for a sailboat ride and they discover wastewater coming from a pipe that should be dry. Later the engineer disappears and David searches for him. When the chief engineer is found dead in one of the sewers, David investigates whether it is an accident or murder. The trail leads David though all the phases of the project and the companies that are building it. What he finds is that not everyone is who they seem to be. Even his romantic interests are open to suspicion.
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By Reg Ivory
Atlanta detective Jack Novak is about to face the toughest case of his career—and possibly the most dangerous. First, though, he’s got to get his head on straight, with the help of attractive psychiatrist Laura Benjamin. Does Jack have a crush on her? Of course not. Is he lying to himself? Maybe. His “treatment” is put on hold when he’s called into a murder case. Jack thinks the murderer has to be a sick bastard. He must like pain, but he also must be brilliant, as this killer leaves no clues. Jack has nowhere to start, but, hey, that’s never stopped him before. He’s a great investigator, and he’ll stop this monster, no matter the cost, even if Jack is a little strung out from his last few cases. Soon, the murderer makes his connection to Jack and things take a tragically personal turn. Will the psycho killer get away—especially now that he’s threatened the people Jack loves? Only time will tell what it takes to catch a monster.
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By Reg Ivory
Atlanta detective Jack Novak is about to face the toughest case of his career—and possibly the most dangerous. First, though, he’s got to get his head on straight, with the help of attractive psychiatrist Laura Benjamin. Does Jack have a crush on her? Of course not. Is he lying to himself? Maybe. His “treatment” is put on hold when he’s called into a murder case. Jack thinks the murderer has to be a sick bastard. He must like pain, but he also must be brilliant, as this killer leaves no clues. Jack has nowhere to start, but, hey, that’s never stopped him before. He’s a great investigator, and he’ll stop this monster, no matter the cost, even if Jack is a little strung out from his last few cases. Soon, the murderer makes his connection to Jack and things take a tragically personal turn. Will the psycho killer get away—especially now that he’s threatened the people Jack loves? Only time will tell what it takes to catch a monster.
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By Jw Grodt

It is 1980, and Jake Kincannon is a struggling private investigator with a habit of taking unusual cases. With the help of his beautiful gal Friday and romantic interest, Julie Carson, Jake wraps up several small investigations that barely make it worthwhile to continue his agency. As another year with few prospects for big cases looms ahead, Jake’s enthusiasm is fading fast. Lucky for Jake, his fortune is about to change.

Wilson J. Wells, a PhD in science and mathematics, is in desperate need of Jake’s services. After he calls and invites Jake to visit his laboratory to see his invention Forty plus years in the making, Jake discovers that Dr. Wells has carefully chosen him—a man trained to kill, experienced in investigations, and eager for cash—to help him carry out a mission. Dr. Wells has but one desire and purpose for his creation: he needs someone to take a journey and save the life of his brutally murdered wife, Sheila. Jake, seemingly left with no other choice, reluctantly agrees to attempt to change history without realizing the true impact of his decision.

In this action-packed mystery, Jake Kincannon travels back in time with the hope of preventing a terrible tragedy is about to discover that time is both his friend and enemy.


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By Jw Grodt

It is 1980, and Jake Kincannon is a struggling private investigator with a habit of taking unusual cases. With the help of his beautiful gal Friday and romantic interest, Julie Carson, Jake wraps up several small investigations that barely make it worthwhile to continue his agency. As another year with few prospects for big cases looms ahead, Jake’s enthusiasm is fading fast. Lucky for Jake, his fortune is about to change.

Wilson J. Wells, a PhD in science and mathematics, is in desperate need of Jake’s services. After he calls and invites Jake to visit his laboratory to see his invention Forty plus years in the making, Jake discovers that Dr. Wells has carefully chosen him—a man trained to kill, experienced in investigations, and eager for cash—to help him carry out a mission. Dr. Wells has but one desire and purpose for his creation: he needs someone to take a journey and save the life of his brutally murdered wife, Sheila. Jake, seemingly left with no other choice, reluctantly agrees to attempt to change history without realizing the true impact of his decision.

In this action-packed mystery, Jake Kincannon travels back in time with the hope of preventing a terrible tragedy is about to discover that time is both his friend and enemy.


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By Marc Elliot
David Montgomery is a reporter for the San Francisco Clarion Newspaper, and lives on a sailboat. At one of the city functions he meets the chief engineer for the City’s massive wastewater construction project. Later David takes him for a sailboat ride and they discover wastewater coming from a pipe that should be dry. Later the engineer disappears and David searches for him. When the chief engineer is found dead in one of the sewers, David investigates whether it is an accident or murder. The trail leads David though all the phases of the project and the companies that are building it. What he finds is that not everyone is who they seem to be. Even his romantic interests are open to suspicion.
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