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By Danny Rittman
Love is blind.
It isn’t something you find—it finds you,
even in the most unlikely of places.

Two souls, searching for humanity and hope amid the unspeakable horrors of war and the devastating authority of hatred, find themselves cast together in the Sachsenhausen work camp during the Second World War and the murderous Holocaust that came swiftly with it. One is in the Nazi labor camp by force, the other by one choice or another.

Ingrid Hoffman, a gifted ballerina from Hamburg, and Axel Engel, a promising man fresh from school in Munich, experience an immediate and spontaneous pull to one another. Their budding love, as forbidden as it is blessed, becomes the precious center of their lives. But as essential as it is to their emotional survival in the camps, its very presence puts them at mortal risk amid the camp’s vast and pitiless machinery of death.

Discovery will surely mean death for them both.

Together, Ingrid and Axel find ways to help each other get through the day and stand up against the atrocities of Sachsenhausen as two people can. The strength they draw from their relationship is the only way they can protect any measure of humanity the Third Reich seeks to destroy. Paradoxically, the greatest danger to the star-crossed couple comes when Russian troops liberate their lives of abhorrence in the spring of 1945. The price of their freedom is rough justice. Can the lovers survive this one final challenge to their happiness?


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By Steven R. Head

After the death of his father, graduate student Wilson Dodge returns to his hometown in Wyoming to run the family newspaper. It’s the mid-1950s: a time of simplicity and peace in Dodge’s small town— until the newspaper’s youngest employee, photographer Corky Freeman, is found dead. For Dodge, nothing is simple anymore.

Grayson Farmer is the Fremont County Sheriff , now facing reelection as a Democrat in the year of Eisenhower and the Republicans. He can’t seem to find a suspect or motive in the death of Freeman, and the town’s fresh-faced news editor does little but get in his way. Farmer’s problems only increase due to personnel problems, another death, and the FBI.

Dodge sets out to solve Freeman’s murder and finds clues, romance, and family secrets. A journey that leads the newspaperman to lessons and dangers he had not expected. And as the body count rises and fills the front page, Dodge declares a deadline on reporting deaths.


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By Steven R. Head

After the death of his father, graduate student Wilson Dodge returns to his hometown in Wyoming to run the family newspaper. It’s the mid-1950s: a time of simplicity and peace in Dodge’s small town— until the newspaper’s youngest employee, photographer Corky Freeman, is found dead. For Dodge, nothing is simple anymore.

Grayson Farmer is the Fremont County Sheriff , now facing reelection as a Democrat in the year of Eisenhower and the Republicans. He can’t seem to find a suspect or motive in the death of Freeman, and the town’s fresh-faced news editor does little but get in his way. Farmer’s problems only increase due to personnel problems, another death, and the FBI.

Dodge sets out to solve Freeman’s murder and finds clues, romance, and family secrets. A journey that leads the newspaperman to lessons and dangers he had not expected. And as the body count rises and fills the front page, Dodge declares a deadline on reporting deaths.


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By Danny Rittman
Love is blind.
It isn’t something you find—it finds you,
even in the most unlikely of places.

Two souls, searching for humanity and hope amid the unspeakable horrors of war and the devastating authority of hatred, find themselves cast together in the Sachsenhausen work camp during the Second World War and the murderous Holocaust that came swiftly with it. One is in the Nazi labor camp by force, the other by one choice or another.

Ingrid Hoffman, a gifted ballerina from Hamburg, and Axel Engel, a promising man fresh from school in Munich, experience an immediate and spontaneous pull to one another. Their budding love, as forbidden as it is blessed, becomes the precious center of their lives. But as essential as it is to their emotional survival in the camps, its very presence puts them at mortal risk amid the camp’s vast and pitiless machinery of death.

Discovery will surely mean death for them both.

Together, Ingrid and Axel find ways to help each other get through the day and stand up against the atrocities of Sachsenhausen as two people can. The strength they draw from their relationship is the only way they can protect any measure of humanity the Third Reich seeks to destroy. Paradoxically, the greatest danger to the star-crossed couple comes when Russian troops liberate their lives of abhorrence in the spring of 1945. The price of their freedom is rough justice. Can the lovers survive this one final challenge to their happiness?


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By Ernest Duval Jr.
As the speaker of the House of Representatives, Joseph Adam is used to being in control. From his position he makes things happen, crushes his enemies—both political and personal—and enjoys all the many trappings of power. Life is good, because he has the authority to make it so.

When he first starts hearing reports of chaos and panic in the nation’s cities, he assumes that this too can be controlled and confined. Soon, no one will be in control, and he has no way to change that. The world, as he knows it, no longer exists.

The world is now under attack from a zombie virus.

Caught in the middle of the unthinkable, Joseph struggles to make sense of the new reality. He’s torn apart by anguish as one by one, his friends, family, neighbors, and peers fall victim to the virus. No one is safe, not even the elite and the powerful. As if that stress weren’t enough, he’s just been informed that he is the highest-ranking elected official in the land.

As the new—and potentially last—president of the United States, Joseph and his best friend, Jason Wright, must now do what needs to be done to save humanity.

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By Leisley M. Lantram

In the spring of 1980, Christa Fonteneau has reached a breaking point. A stay-at-home mother transplanted from Nashville to Houston by the promotion of her husband, Damon, she is entirely dependent on him for interaction with the world outside her home. Their two daughters are now school age, and Christa is left at home alone with her anxieties, created by their troubled marriage.

Damon is out all hours of the night, and when he’s home, he is violent. Christa decides it is time to make a change. She sees a way out through renewing her teaching certificate and finding a job. Meanwhile, she struggles to keep the abusive behavior of her husband a secret, maintaining the façade of a happy family for years. Although she longs to escape from Damon, that desire is held in check by her deep insecurity. Can she find the strength to leave behind the life she knows for a world that she also fears?

This suspenseful novel details the experiences of one woman who, after years of hiding her guilt and shame behind closed doors, fights to find her way out and back to herself.

*****

“I highly recommend Beyond Silent Cadence, an emotional narrative that reveals one person’s venture through trauma and joy. This unfolding story exposes relationship patterns of vulnerability that are universal. Leisley Lantram will clearly make a difference with this intriguing, suspenseful tale!”
—Judith Martin, M.Ed, Education Specialist, Clinton, MS
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By Chris Hargrove

Grady Williams was on top of the world. Raised by middle class parents in a small town in Tennessee, he became a successful Wall Street investment banker. His picture was common, not only on the front page of the business section of the New York Times, but also on its society page. He had it all! A beautiful and talented girlfriend, a friend that was like a brother to him, and more money than he could spend in two lifetimes.

When a series of tragic events occur, almost simultaneously, his life is turned upside down. Grief, loneliness, and loss cause him to lose interest in all the things that had once seemed so important to him. In search of himself, he abandons New York, money, and people he thought were his friends. The discovery of an old boat, with a suspicious past, and its restoration become his new obsession. The energy that he had once put into his business career he channels into his new love of the sea and his boat. He becomes determined to sail his little boat to whatever destinations he can dream.

Little did he know that his slow and ugly boat, Slugly, would take him on an odyssey containing a drug trafficker, a shady Caribbean real estate deal and, ultimately, a string of murders. Grady’s knowledge of high finance, the love of “the deal” and his interest in a mysterious woman he meets in the Bahamas casts him into a game where winning and losing is not measured by profit and loss, but in life and death.


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By Stan A. Cowie

Louella Lawrence knows her daughter was murdered. She received the call that the young woman overdosed from heroin while attending Oxford University. Further investigation does indeed prove foul play. A wealthy Panamanian student is the prime suspect. Unfortunately, he has an iron clad alibi and enough money to buy innocence.

Mrs. Lawrence has money, too, and she will not rest until her daughter’s murderer is found and punished. She will break the bounds of diplomacy to get her revenge. A call is placed to the remote Canadian Rockies, where an ex-soldier makes his home. In the past, the soldier performed “special tasks.” His expertise is now required in Panama.

With his small team, the soldier heads overseas where justice is due. At the prodding of the mother, he will hunt down her daughter’s killer—and anyone who gets in his way. He is a secret soldier of fortune. He might even be your neighbor. In his line of work, punishment prevails, and no ill deed goes unpaid.


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By Ernest Duval Jr.
As the speaker of the House of Representatives, Joseph Adam is used to being in control. From his position he makes things happen, crushes his enemies—both political and personal—and enjoys all the many trappings of power. Life is good, because he has the authority to make it so.

When he first starts hearing reports of chaos and panic in the nation’s cities, he assumes that this too can be controlled and confined. Soon, no one will be in control, and he has no way to change that. The world, as he knows it, no longer exists.

The world is now under attack from a zombie virus.

Caught in the middle of the unthinkable, Joseph struggles to make sense of the new reality. He’s torn apart by anguish as one by one, his friends, family, neighbors, and peers fall victim to the virus. No one is safe, not even the elite and the powerful. As if that stress weren’t enough, he’s just been informed that he is the highest-ranking elected official in the land.

As the new—and potentially last—president of the United States, Joseph and his best friend, Jason Wright, must now do what needs to be done to save humanity.

FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
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By Ernest Duval Jr.
As the speaker of the House of Representatives, Joseph Adam is used to being in control. From his position he makes things happen, crushes his enemies—both political and personal—and enjoys all the many trappings of power. Life is good, because he has the authority to make it so.

When he first starts hearing reports of chaos and panic in the nation’s cities, he assumes that this too can be controlled and confined. Soon, no one will be in control, and he has no way to change that. The world, as he knows it, no longer exists.

The world is now under attack from a zombie virus.

Caught in the middle of the unthinkable, Joseph struggles to make sense of the new reality. He’s torn apart by anguish as one by one, his friends, family, neighbors, and peers fall victim to the virus. No one is safe, not even the elite and the powerful. As if that stress weren’t enough, he’s just been informed that he is the highest-ranking elected official in the land.

As the new—and potentially last—president of the United States, Joseph and his best friend, Jason Wright, must now do what needs to be done to save humanity.

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By Leisley M. Lantram

In the spring of 1980, Christa Fonteneau has reached a breaking point. A stay-at-home mother transplanted from Nashville to Houston by the promotion of her husband, Damon, she is entirely dependent on him for interaction with the world outside her home. Their two daughters are now school age, and Christa is left at home alone with her anxieties, created by their troubled marriage.

Damon is out all hours of the night, and when he’s home, he is violent. Christa decides it is time to make a change. She sees a way out through renewing her teaching certificate and finding a job. Meanwhile, she struggles to keep the abusive behavior of her husband a secret, maintaining the façade of a happy family for years. Although she longs to escape from Damon, that desire is held in check by her deep insecurity. Can she find the strength to leave behind the life she knows for a world that she also fears?

This suspenseful novel details the experiences of one woman who, after years of hiding her guilt and shame behind closed doors, fights to find her way out and back to herself.

*****

“I highly recommend Beyond Silent Cadence, an emotional narrative that reveals one person’s venture through trauma and joy. This unfolding story exposes relationship patterns of vulnerability that are universal. Leisley Lantram will clearly make a difference with this intriguing, suspenseful tale!”
—Judith Martin, M.Ed, Education Specialist, Clinton, MS
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By Leisley M. Lantram

In the spring of 1980, Christa Fonteneau has reached a breaking point. A stay-at-home mother transplanted from Nashville to Houston by the promotion of her husband, Damon, she is entirely dependent on him for interaction with the world outside her home. Their two daughters are now school age, and Christa is left at home alone with her anxieties, created by their troubled marriage.

Damon is out all hours of the night, and when he’s home, he is violent. Christa decides it is time to make a change. She sees a way out through renewing her teaching certificate and finding a job. Meanwhile, she struggles to keep the abusive behavior of her husband a secret, maintaining the façade of a happy family for years. Although she longs to escape from Damon, that desire is held in check by her deep insecurity. Can she find the strength to leave behind the life she knows for a world that she also fears?

This suspenseful novel details the experiences of one woman who, after years of hiding her guilt and shame behind closed doors, fights to find her way out and back to herself.

*****

“I highly recommend Beyond Silent Cadence, an emotional narrative that reveals one person’s venture through trauma and joy. This unfolding story exposes relationship patterns of vulnerability that are universal. Leisley Lantram will clearly make a difference with this intriguing, suspenseful tale!”
—Judith Martin, M.Ed, Education Specialist, Clinton, MS
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By Chris Hargrove

Grady Williams was on top of the world. Raised by middle class parents in a small town in Tennessee, he became a successful Wall Street investment banker. His picture was common, not only on the front page of the business section of the New York Times, but also on its society page. He had it all! A beautiful and talented girlfriend, a friend that was like a brother to him, and more money than he could spend in two lifetimes.

When a series of tragic events occur, almost simultaneously, his life is turned upside down. Grief, loneliness, and loss cause him to lose interest in all the things that had once seemed so important to him. In search of himself, he abandons New York, money, and people he thought were his friends. The discovery of an old boat, with a suspicious past, and its restoration become his new obsession. The energy that he had once put into his business career he channels into his new love of the sea and his boat. He becomes determined to sail his little boat to whatever destinations he can dream.

Little did he know that his slow and ugly boat, Slugly, would take him on an odyssey containing a drug trafficker, a shady Caribbean real estate deal and, ultimately, a string of murders. Grady’s knowledge of high finance, the love of “the deal” and his interest in a mysterious woman he meets in the Bahamas casts him into a game where winning and losing is not measured by profit and loss, but in life and death.


FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
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By Chris Hargrove

Grady Williams was on top of the world. Raised by middle class parents in a small town in Tennessee, he became a successful Wall Street investment banker. His picture was common, not only on the front page of the business section of the New York Times, but also on its society page. He had it all! A beautiful and talented girlfriend, a friend that was like a brother to him, and more money than he could spend in two lifetimes.

When a series of tragic events occur, almost simultaneously, his life is turned upside down. Grief, loneliness, and loss cause him to lose interest in all the things that had once seemed so important to him. In search of himself, he abandons New York, money, and people he thought were his friends. The discovery of an old boat, with a suspicious past, and its restoration become his new obsession. The energy that he had once put into his business career he channels into his new love of the sea and his boat. He becomes determined to sail his little boat to whatever destinations he can dream.

Little did he know that his slow and ugly boat, Slugly, would take him on an odyssey containing a drug trafficker, a shady Caribbean real estate deal and, ultimately, a string of murders. Grady’s knowledge of high finance, the love of “the deal” and his interest in a mysterious woman he meets in the Bahamas casts him into a game where winning and losing is not measured by profit and loss, but in life and death.


FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$28.95
By Stan A. Cowie

Louella Lawrence knows her daughter was murdered. She received the call that the young woman overdosed from heroin while attending Oxford University. Further investigation does indeed prove foul play. A wealthy Panamanian student is the prime suspect. Unfortunately, he has an iron clad alibi and enough money to buy innocence.

Mrs. Lawrence has money, too, and she will not rest until her daughter’s murderer is found and punished. She will break the bounds of diplomacy to get her revenge. A call is placed to the remote Canadian Rockies, where an ex-soldier makes his home. In the past, the soldier performed “special tasks.” His expertise is now required in Panama.

With his small team, the soldier heads overseas where justice is due. At the prodding of the mother, he will hunt down her daughter’s killer—and anyone who gets in his way. He is a secret soldier of fortune. He might even be your neighbor. In his line of work, punishment prevails, and no ill deed goes unpaid.


FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
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