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FICTION - Suspense
 
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By Bill Noel

When a movie production entourage invades Chris Landrum’s close-knit South Carolina island community, he is among the first in an excited crowd who gather to watch the filming. Unfortunately, it is not long before tragedy strikes and the film’s director drowns while on a fishing expedition. But when one of Chris’s friends barely escapes death in an accident on the set one day, Chris becomes convinced the accident is no accident at all.

As fear replaces anticipation on Folly Beach, Chris and his close friend Charles—a self-anointed private detective—embark on an investigation. They get to know members of the movie’s entourage and soon suspect one of the actors might be playing more than the role of a killer. Immersed in determining why the movie set is plagued with accidents as well as dealing with their own personal problems, Chris and Charles are just as surprised as everyone else when a fisherman catches the one he wishes had gotten away—the corpse of one of the movie’s stars.

Now Chris must face what could be the final minutes of his life when he learns that nothing is what it appears to be in the magical world of the movies.


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By William M. Gould

In 1951, Josh Lowen, an eighteen-year-old student at Bartlett College in northern New England, allows himself to be involved in a tragic criminal act. Expelled from the school and humiliated, and feeling that his life is over, Josh wallows in misery with no expectation of hearing from anyone. A childhood pal, Larry Gerst, remembering times when Josh was there for him, writes to offer his ear and friendship, but Josh, consumed by guilt about his unfortunate choices, buries the letter in a drawer.

Larry, torn between pursuing an interest in art and making money, continues on in college. Josh hitchhikes to San Francisco to find work and, he hopes, himself. Larry continues to write letters; Josh answers only some of them.

Boyhood ends. Work and love, and creativity and passion begin to fill their lives. Josh plays jazz and teaches literature. Larry has successes in business and slowly acquires a very good collection of paintings. The two men see each other infrequently during the years that pass.

It is not until Larry finally pursues his dream of living in Italy and immersing himself in the art world that everything changes.


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By Abdirahman Yosouf

Andrew, one of the most prosperous men in his country, is convinced he does not need all his wealth. After his parents fight over and ultimately sacrifice their lives for their money, Andrew exchanges it all for coins made of diamonds and embarks on a suicide mission that culminates in a horrific car accident. When a woman stops to help him on the side of the road and does not steal his coins, Andrew begins a quest to find her, for he knows she is not like any other human he has ever met.

After Andrew desperately searches his city for six months, he finally finds Aubrey at a party. But when the hostess’s home suddenly catches fire, Aubrey blames Andrew and shuns his attempts to tell her he loves her. Andrew, never one to be swayed from pursuing love, continues to try to win Aubrey’s affection. When a tragedy prompts Aubrey to quit her job as a teacher, Andrew finally finds a way to convince her she can trust him – or so he thinks.

She Doesn’t Like What I Do shares the compelling tale of a wealthy man’s journey to find true love as he discovers that everything worth waiting for does not come easily.


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By GiGi Gossett

Only a kindly midwife knows that Nicola Moldovan, a fifteen-year-old Romanian teenager living in Cincinnati, gave birth to identical twin girls nineteen years ago. The twins, separated at birth, have grown up on different continents, unwittingly sharing thoughts, feelings, and dreams with each other without any idea they are sisters. But just as the now elderly midwife, Flossie Walker, decides to pen a tell-all letter to the families involved, a sinister plot unfolds in a Budapest prison.

Morgan Wellington, the adopted daughter of a Nobel Prize winning physician and his wife, has always secretly yearned to know her true biological identity—even more so after her Hungarian roommate tells her about a look-alike in Budapest and invites her to visit the country to see for herself. Meanwhile, Morgan’s parents, curious as to why their daughter has spontaneously traveled to Budapest, hire private investigator Lynn Davis to discover the truth. While Lynn tries to make sense of several perplexing scenarios, a habitual criminal puts the final touches on an evil plan that will change everything.

In this international mystery, past secrets are revealed as two girls separated at birth attempt to find their way back to each other, with the help of a private investigator and the midwife who brought them into the world.


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By William M. Gould

In 1951, Josh Lowen, an eighteen-year-old student at Bartlett College in northern New England, allows himself to be involved in a tragic criminal act. Expelled from the school and humiliated, and feeling that his life is over, Josh wallows in misery with no expectation of hearing from anyone. A childhood pal, Larry Gerst, remembering times when Josh was there for him, writes to offer his ear and friendship, but Josh, consumed by guilt about his unfortunate choices, buries the letter in a drawer.

Larry, torn between pursuing an interest in art and making money, continues on in college. Josh hitchhikes to San Francisco to find work and, he hopes, himself. Larry continues to write letters; Josh answers only some of them.

Boyhood ends. Work and love, and creativity and passion begin to fill their lives. Josh plays jazz and teaches literature. Larry has successes in business and slowly acquires a very good collection of paintings. The two men see each other infrequently during the years that pass.

It is not until Larry finally pursues his dream of living in Italy and immersing himself in the art world that everything changes.


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By Don Keefer
When an African-American family from New Jersey moves to South Carolina , challenges and problems arise. Roger is a brilliant MBA who accepts a huge promotion to run a large, multi-plant manufacturing operation. In this new position, he unavoidably makes numerous enemies. At least one of them is dedicated to the destruction of Roger and his family. As a result he and his family find themselves embroiled in a brutal murder and its aftermath. As racial prejudice rears its ugly head, they desperately seek justice and a little Southern Hospitality.
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By GiGi Gossett

Only a kindly midwife knows that Nicola Moldovan, a fifteen-year-old Romanian teenager living in Cincinnati, gave birth to identical twin girls nineteen years ago. The twins, separated at birth, have grown up on different continents, unwittingly sharing thoughts, feelings, and dreams with each other without any idea they are sisters. But just as the now elderly midwife, Flossie Walker, decides to pen a tell-all letter to the families involved, a sinister plot unfolds in a Budapest prison.

Morgan Wellington, the adopted daughter of a Nobel Prize winning physician and his wife, has always secretly yearned to know her true biological identity—even more so after her Hungarian roommate tells her about a look-alike in Budapest and invites her to visit the country to see for herself. Meanwhile, Morgan’s parents, curious as to why their daughter has spontaneously traveled to Budapest, hire private investigator Lynn Davis to discover the truth. While Lynn tries to make sense of several perplexing scenarios, a habitual criminal puts the final touches on an evil plan that will change everything.

In this international mystery, past secrets are revealed as two girls separated at birth attempt to find their way back to each other, with the help of a private investigator and the midwife who brought them into the world.


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By GiGi Gossett

Only a kindly midwife knows that Nicola Moldovan, a fifteen-year-old Romanian teenager living in Cincinnati, gave birth to identical twin girls nineteen years ago. The twins, separated at birth, have grown up on different continents, unwittingly sharing thoughts, feelings, and dreams with each other without any idea they are sisters. But just as the now elderly midwife, Flossie Walker, decides to pen a tell-all letter to the families involved, a sinister plot unfolds in a Budapest prison.

Morgan Wellington, the adopted daughter of a Nobel Prize winning physician and his wife, has always secretly yearned to know her true biological identity—even more so after her Hungarian roommate tells her about a look-alike in Budapest and invites her to visit the country to see for herself. Meanwhile, Morgan’s parents, curious as to why their daughter has spontaneously traveled to Budapest, hire private investigator Lynn Davis to discover the truth. While Lynn tries to make sense of several perplexing scenarios, a habitual criminal puts the final touches on an evil plan that will change everything.

In this international mystery, past secrets are revealed as two girls separated at birth attempt to find their way back to each other, with the help of a private investigator and the midwife who brought them into the world.


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By Don Keefer
When an African-American family from New Jersey moves to South Carolina , challenges and problems arise. Roger is a brilliant MBA who accepts a huge promotion to run a large, multi-plant manufacturing operation. In this new position, he unavoidably makes numerous enemies. At least one of them is dedicated to the destruction of Roger and his family. As a result he and his family find themselves embroiled in a brutal murder and its aftermath. As racial prejudice rears its ugly head, they desperately seek justice and a little Southern Hospitality.
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By Arthur M. Merims

Life in New York City in the 1960s had to be lived to be believed. Through clouds of the omnipresent haze of cigarette smoke, business was taken care of, hearts were wooed and broken, and the battle of the sexes was about to begin in earnest. The city’s pulsing rhythms coursed through the veins of the young, vibrant, and hungry twentysomethings who represented the next generation. This was their city. This was their time. These are their stories.

Jack Stopple thinks he has a handle on life. A busy fledgling reporter assigned to a somewhat mundane beat, he spends his days lurking in the corridors of power, trying to be patient for what he knows fate has in store. One day, he meets another young professional on the rise, an intriguing young woman who works in public relations. Fascinated, the two former strangers quickly and enthusiastically explore their mutual ambitions. Suffice to say, the record-breaking and life-threatening heat wave isn’t the only sizzling hot phenomenon in the city that summer …

But when a rival emerges on their romantic horizon, what was once a certainty is thrown into chaos. Which ambition will ultimately drive them—love, lust, or the desire for power?


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By Edie Becker
When Jaime Escobar gets a disturbing e-mail asking for help from a woman claiming to be his best friend Michael's sister, he begins an adventure that takes him to a sleepy Southern town full of dangerous secrets.

After arriving in Michael's hometown of Front Royal, Virginia, Jaime soon meets Michael's sister, M Forester. M believes her brother has mysteriously disappeared and may be in trouble. Since Jaime hasn't heard from Michael in months, he's inclined to think it's just one of his friend's practical jokes.

But everyone in the town-and even other family members-are reluctant to talk about Michael. The only useful piece of information Jaime can glean from the residents is about Michael's home, Guard Hill House. It's haunted, they say, and when ominous drums begin to sound in the house, something terrible is about to happen.

Jaime brushes aside their warning and heads to Guard Hill House to try to find clues to Michael's whereabouts. But after one horrifying experience almost kills him, and M has an unexplained, nearly fatal accident, the two realize the power of the old house. Did Michael somehow succumb to its frightening pull-and will they be next?


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By Arthur M. Merims

Life in New York City in the 1960s had to be lived to be believed. Through clouds of the omnipresent haze of cigarette smoke, business was taken care of, hearts were wooed and broken, and the battle of the sexes was about to begin in earnest. The city’s pulsing rhythms coursed through the veins of the young, vibrant, and hungry twentysomethings who represented the next generation. This was their city. This was their time. These are their stories.

Jack Stopple thinks he has a handle on life. A busy fledgling reporter assigned to a somewhat mundane beat, he spends his days lurking in the corridors of power, trying to be patient for what he knows fate has in store. One day, he meets another young professional on the rise, an intriguing young woman who works in public relations. Fascinated, the two former strangers quickly and enthusiastically explore their mutual ambitions. Suffice to say, the record-breaking and life-threatening heat wave isn’t the only sizzling hot phenomenon in the city that summer …

But when a rival emerges on their romantic horizon, what was once a certainty is thrown into chaos. Which ambition will ultimately drive them—love, lust, or the desire for power?


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By C.H. Foertmeyer
Alex Carey and Bender Baxter had been friends since early childhood. Now, approaching their sixteenth birthdays, Alex is drowned in the Latoon River in a tragic diving accident. While Bender goes for help, Alex is mysteriously rescued, but unconscious, never sees his savior. Assuming him to be Jubel Owens, a local hermit, Alex and Bender set out to find and thank Old Jubel.

What lies across Old Jubel's Bridge in the Oregon wilderness area known as Old Jubel's Woods are the answers to age-old questions; questions the white man has been seeking answers to since first discovering the Oregon Territories.

Alex and Bender are about to find out what the local Indians have always known but would never consider sharing with the white intruders from the east. The Native Americans knew what the outcome would be if the white man ever discovered the truth

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By Patrick David Daley

Sean Kilgore, born with the same distinctive birthmark as his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, has no idea that he belongs to the world, not just his parents. Months later after a car accident robs him of his parents and his history, little Sean is adopted by his father’s colleague. Sean Kilgore is now Sean Brennan. As Sean grows older and learns he is adopted, he cannot escape the belief that his triangular birthmark has significance. Yet his attempts at discovering what it means only deepen the mystery.

Years later, Sean feels like a stranger in his own life, encumbered by a restlessness that beckons him into the unknown. Seeking to escape a past marred with disappointment and tragedy, Sean leaves a life of certainty behind and travels from Toronto to Kabul to London and finally to Janus, an uncharted island in the North Atlantic, where he soon discovers a peaceful society, committed to remaining isolated from the world. As Sean immerses himself in a new life, he is unaware that beneath the peaceful charm lies a hidden truth: the island’s enigmatic leader, a beautiful woman, and The Spirit know more about him than he does.

The Mark of Janus is the compelling tale of one man’s journey to fulfill a purpose two centuries in the making as the future of the world waits.


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By Patrick David Daley

Sean Kilgore, born with the same distinctive birthmark as his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, has no idea that he belongs to the world, not just his parents. Months later after a car accident robs him of his parents and his history, little Sean is adopted by his father’s colleague. Sean Kilgore is now Sean Brennan. As Sean grows older and learns he is adopted, he cannot escape the belief that his triangular birthmark has significance. Yet his attempts at discovering what it means only deepen the mystery.

Years later, Sean feels like a stranger in his own life, encumbered by a restlessness that beckons him into the unknown. Seeking to escape a past marred with disappointment and tragedy, Sean leaves a life of certainty behind and travels from Toronto to Kabul to London and finally to Janus, an uncharted island in the North Atlantic, where he soon discovers a peaceful society, committed to remaining isolated from the world. As Sean immerses himself in a new life, he is unaware that beneath the peaceful charm lies a hidden truth: the island’s enigmatic leader, a beautiful woman, and The Spirit know more about him than he does.

The Mark of Janus is the compelling tale of one man’s journey to fulfill a purpose two centuries in the making as the future of the world waits.


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