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By Michael Derechin, MD

It is 1973, and Willie Mays “Bernie” Bernstein is a disillusioned doctor. As the Vietnam War rages thousands of miles away, Bernstein fights a battle inside his own mind. Despite Nixon’s announcement that there will be a cure for cancer in the next decade, Bernstein feels powerless against the horrific disease and its effects. Worse yet, he lost his ability to be compassionate toward his patients. When he receives a desperate call from the one nurse who has acted as his guardian angel to care for her eleven-year-old granddaughter as his next cancer patient, Bernstein reluctantly agrees to break his “no children” policy and see her. Little does he know that Anna Bing is about to take hold of his heart and not let go.

After Bernstein diagnoses Anna with Hodgkin’s disease and lines up a course of treatments at a major medical center, he soon realizes that he feels an unexplainable bond with the girl. Despite her initially good prognosis, however, Anna’s treatments fail; she is eventually sent back to Bernstein’s hospital for terminal care. Along with her mother and grandmother, Bernstein continues a valiant fight for her life that tests him not only as a doctor, but also as a man.

Anna
is the poignant tale of a doctor and his struggle to regain his humanity as he attempts to save a girl from the ravages of cancer.


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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.


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By D. R. Beavers
When Jessie Barnes’ parents are seriously injured in a car accident, she takes a leave of absence from her investigator job with the Chicago Police Department to help care for them in their home in Aiken, South Carolina. While in town, she’s tapped to help the shorthanded local sheriff’s department.

Just a week after her arrival in the sleepy southern town, she is called to investigate a double homicide. Tom and Carol Lowe have been shot to death in their spacious home on Mulberry Street. This isn’t a typical crime for Aiken, which generally deals with much lesser-profile problems. Working with lead investigator Bill Hankinson, Jessie must leave her tough Chicago tactics behind as she adjusts to his southern ways.

The job gets interesting when additional murders occur in nearby Burnettown. She is assisted through the investigations and her indoctrination into the southern lifestyle by William Bradford, a local entrepreneur who develops a romantic interest in her.

As Jessie and the sheriff’s department struggle to discover the truth behind these unlikely crimes, their investigation reveals shocking details that are highly unusual in these typically peaceful towns.

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By Susan Farr Gabriele, PhD

After teaching more than twenty years in Los Angeles public schools, author Dr. Susan Farr Gabriele became disheartened with the state of schools. Too many influences took her away from the actual teaching of children. Gabriele turned to graduate school to seek answers to the problems in public education.

In New Hope for Schools, she shares the results of her studies and the creation of a system that works for education. Gabriele discusses her experiences as a teacher and teacher turned detective looking for answers in her teaching experience and postcareer graduate school. She then reveals a breakthrough theory to demystify the behavior of people in schools, gleaned out of Boulding’s Typology of System Complexity. As a result, she created the RoundTable, a practice designed to be an effective new tool for schools and classrooms, as well as a seed for systemic renewal. She also provides a three-pronged solution for unshackling and revitalizing schools and workplaces.

New Hope for Schools presents new theory, new practice, and a user-friendly solution for systemic school renewal. It offers compelling new insights and solutions for all school decision makers—from educators, to parents, students, educational scholars, researchers, and policy makers.

“A powerful way to learn!...the RoundTable provides a kind of learning experience that makes a real contribution to the community as a whole...”

—SUSAN McCORMICK, Polson School District Superintendent, Polson, Montana; School Improvement Consultant, Montana Office of Public Instruction, Helena, Montana


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By James Clayton Welch

Michael Kintner is on the run. As the sole survivor of the bombing of the Sistine Chapel where the pope and hundreds of others were killed during a disastrous war between Islam and Christianity, Kintner is already plagued with radiation sickness. Now he is being sought for the destruction of the Grand Mosque in Mecca and the murder of tens of thousands of civilians. While Kintner stealthily moves across the desert, he knows that if he does not continue to outsmart his enemies, he will surely die.

The intelligence organizations of France and the United States, along with the conservative Muslim group, the Wahabi, all want, for their own reasons, to apprehend and execute Kintner. But he is not the archetypical war criminal—Kintner is a Jesuit priest and the head of a new Catholic military order. As he desperately attempts to start a new life with the help of his new friend, eighteen-year-old Maggie Morales, Kintner is not afraid of being caught by his pursuers—but instead by something else more terrible by far.

In this political thriller, a heroic priest must fight for his beliefs—and his life—amid the aftermath of a bloody struggle between a newly-formed Catholic order and the terrorists of the world.


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By Monica Wright

Charly Ellington should be proud to wear her great-great-great-grandmother’s wedding dress. Instead, the bodice is too tight, the skirt is too loose, and the dress comes with a century of expectations attached to it. As the daughter of the democratic presidential nominee, Charly is marrying America’s most eligible future senator to help her father get elected. But there is only one problem: Charly does not love Trenton Foxworth III. Worse yet, Charly wishes she was the one running for office.

Even though Charly knows she is the first to break the family history of fairy-tale love matches, she dutifully dons a period costume and prepares for her rehearsal dinner and her new life as a senator’s wife. But after a distressed Charly suddenly sees her great-great-great grandmother’s reflection in her mirror, she touches the glass and falls through to face Charlotte Foster in the year 1885. Shockingly, Charly discovers Charlotte is not living the fairy tale she knows so well. Now in a different time and place, Charly must try to set her family history right—all while one man finally shows her what it is like to be loved for who she is, not her political connections.

In this historical romance, a woman who finds herself on a voyage of self-discovery learns what love can be while facing a decision with the potential to change her destiny forever.


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By Satis
In the fallen world of Erâth, a place overrun by the forces of Darkness, a young boy is taken in by his grandfather when his parents perish in a fire at his birth. Feared and misunderstood by everyone around him, Brandyé Dui-Erâth grows up alone, save for a single family who sees the sadness in his heart. Through his grandfather’s many fireside tales, Brandyé begins to learn the true nature of the world around him. As Darkness and its creatures begin to creep into the once-safe lands of Consolation, he discovers that he has a connection to the long-forgotten ancient world. As events force him down a path of ever-growing danger, he finds his destiny is to suffer both joy and sorrow, and to learn the true nature of Darkness and Death. The Redemption of Erâth: Consolation is the first in a series of novels chronicling the epic journey of Brandyé Dui-Erâth through the dark and terrifying world of Erâth—a journey that will take him to the ends of land and time and put the salvation of all men in his hands.
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By K. Sena Makeig
Mark Malone just wants to finish high school, win a few hockey games, and complete his internship at the University of Virginia’s computing center. But when he is coerced into helping a Russian crime syndicate foment their plan to flood the market with a lethal new drug, his prospects for an uncomplicated future quickly vanish. Meanwhile in California, MIT dropout and unrepentant hacker, Lin Pace, happens upon the intricate plot. His early optimism that the new medicine could help his ailing mother is soon dashed when, after stealing Mark’s identity to gain access to proprietary files, he discovers the drug’s hidden deadliness. Their virtual relationship becomes decidedly real when Lin races across the country to help a now addicted Mark combat those who would profit from the drug’s exploitation. As their initial alliance deepens into love, they must put their faith in Lin’s hacking skills and Mark’s passion for the truth to combat the mob and build a future together. In this gripping technological thriller, a young programmer teams with a professional hacker in a last ditch effort to prevent a deadly new drug from flooding the country.
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By K. Sena Makeig
Mark Malone just wants to finish high school, win a few hockey games, and complete his internship at the University of Virginia’s computing center. But when he is coerced into helping a Russian crime syndicate foment their plan to flood the market with a lethal new drug, his prospects for an uncomplicated future quickly vanish. Meanwhile in California, MIT dropout and unrepentant hacker, Lin Pace, happens upon the intricate plot. His early optimism that the new medicine could help his ailing mother is soon dashed when, after stealing Mark’s identity to gain access to proprietary files, he discovers the drug’s hidden deadliness. Their virtual relationship becomes decidedly real when Lin races across the country to help a now addicted Mark combat those who would profit from the drug’s exploitation. As their initial alliance deepens into love, they must put their faith in Lin’s hacking skills and Mark’s passion for the truth to combat the mob and build a future together. In this gripping technological thriller, a young programmer teams with a professional hacker in a last ditch effort to prevent a deadly new drug from flooding the country.
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By Reza Mohamed

At some point, humankind must awaken from the trance of divisive indoctrination and unsustainable ideology. We must revolutionize our thinking through a fundamental shift in perspective. This transformation can enable us to move beyond the conventional truths and beliefs of the conditioned mind-set. Through the story of a character named Avatar, who represents the modern human in us all, Spirit, by author Reza Mohamed, presents reality as perceived by the vast majority of human beings, exploring our psychological distortions of reality.

Gradually unveiling the true nature of reality from a scientific perspective, Spirit explores theological, philosophical, and scientific perspectives on a variety of subjects. It considers what it means to be human in both an anthropological and a spiritual sense. The study also examines the brain’s ability to understand and reason as well as perform rational, conceptual, and abstract thinking. It reflects on the phenomena of human thought, mind, behavior, and language in regard to the development of individual personality and identity in a society and culture.

Mohamed also discusses various religions, cultures, events, situations, theories, concepts, and ideas to get a holistic perspective of the historical and prehistorical evolution of humankind and civilization up to today. He shares his interpretation of a variety of texts on human development, including works on world religions, anthropology, and linguistics and provides many examples and illustrations to help enlighten those seeking a new perspective on human history and the future of the planet.


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By Reza Mohamed

At some point, humankind must awaken from the trance of divisive indoctrination and unsustainable ideology. We must revolutionize our thinking through a fundamental shift in perspective. This transformation can enable us to move beyond the conventional truths and beliefs of the conditioned mind-set. Through the story of a character named Avatar, who represents the modern human in us all, Spirit, by author Reza Mohamed, presents reality as perceived by the vast majority of human beings, exploring our psychological distortions of reality.

Gradually unveiling the true nature of reality from a scientific perspective, Spirit explores theological, philosophical, and scientific perspectives on a variety of subjects. It considers what it means to be human in both an anthropological and a spiritual sense. The study also examines the brain’s ability to understand and reason as well as perform rational, conceptual, and abstract thinking. It reflects on the phenomena of human thought, mind, behavior, and language in regard to the development of individual personality and identity in a society and culture.

Mohamed also discusses various religions, cultures, events, situations, theories, concepts, and ideas to get a holistic perspective of the historical and prehistorical evolution of humankind and civilization up to today. He shares his interpretation of a variety of texts on human development, including works on world religions, anthropology, and linguistics and provides many examples and illustrations to help enlighten those seeking a new perspective on human history and the future of the planet.


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By Marie Thompson

Quiet and peaceful, Clipton St Marks looks the epitome of a charming English village, with thatched cottages and splendid mansions surrounded by cultivated gardens. Nestled within rolling hillsides wooded by oak and beech, it appears untouched by the challenges of the world beyond—or at least it seems that way to an outsider. But looks can be deceiving.

Wealthy London widow Stella Campbell is out for a drive with her chauffeur on a breezy Sunday afternoon when a flat interrupts their plans near Clipton. While her chauffeur repairs the tyre, Campbell stumbles upon a forgotten, century-old rectory. Determined to breathe life back into what she thinks is her Shangri-La, Campbell purchases the rectory and soon transforms the dilapidated building into a grand new home. Elected a member of the village planning commission, she oversees restoration of Clipton’s historic buildings and wins respect from the reticent community.

But just as she is settling in and focusing on new projects, Campbell discovers a friend’s dead body. Now unwittingly enmeshed in murder, blackmail, and conspiracy with a New Scotland Yard officer as her self-appointed protector, Campbell comes to the realization that Clipton is not the sedate community it once appeared to be.

In this mystery tale filled with unexpected twists and turns, a widow focused on new beginnings must confront her demons as she attempts to triumph over heartbreak and treachery and rebuild her life once again.


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By Marie Thompson

Quiet and peaceful, Clipton St Marks looks the epitome of a charming English village, with thatched cottages and splendid mansions surrounded by cultivated gardens. Nestled within rolling hillsides wooded by oak and beech, it appears untouched by the challenges of the world beyond—or at least it seems that way to an outsider. But looks can be deceiving.

Wealthy London widow Stella Campbell is out for a drive with her chauffeur on a breezy Sunday afternoon when a flat interrupts their plans near Clipton. While her chauffeur repairs the tyre, Campbell stumbles upon a forgotten, century-old rectory. Determined to breathe life back into what she thinks is her Shangri-La, Campbell purchases the rectory and soon transforms the dilapidated building into a grand new home. Elected a member of the village planning commission, she oversees restoration of Clipton’s historic buildings and wins respect from the reticent community.

But just as she is settling in and focusing on new projects, Campbell discovers a friend’s dead body. Now unwittingly enmeshed in murder, blackmail, and conspiracy with a New Scotland Yard officer as her self-appointed protector, Campbell comes to the realization that Clipton is not the sedate community it once appeared to be.

In this mystery tale filled with unexpected twists and turns, a widow focused on new beginnings must confront her demons as she attempts to triumph over heartbreak and treachery and rebuild her life once again.


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By Joan Sutton
One who Forgets and

One who is Forgotten

One in eight over the age of sixty-five and one in three over the age of eighty will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. In her memoir, author Joan Sutton narrates a moving account of her years as caregiver to her husband, noting that “Alzheimer’s is a disease of the brain that is paid for with the currency of the heart.”

A member of the board of overseers of The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation, she stresses the need to develop more effective treatment for the eight million Americans currently diagnosed with this incurable disease, pointing out that for every patient there is a large circle of others also affected.

Sutton offers practical advice for the care of the caregiver and the patient, and shares the pain that came as she watched pieces of her husband’s self disappear. Following his death, after what Nancy Reagan described as “the long goodbye”, she writes candidly about coping with her new status as a widow and the aching loneliness of the heart that is the price paid for having known a great love.


All profits from the sale of this book will benefit The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation/Canada.

Cover design by John R. Lewis

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By D. J. Kowalenko
Jason Rain is just a normal guy living a normal life when he attends the grand opening of Cosmic City, a massive superbuilding in Alberta, Canada. Little does he know that just two hours later he will be tied up in a cave with his brother, Brody, along with many others, held captive by a psychopath and his cronies. With Brody’s help, Jason escapes, along with another captive named Kara and a dog they call Sullivan—but Jason’s life will never be the same again. The trio soon find themselves in a world gone mad. With zombies in hot pursuit, Jason must rely on instinctive skills and strength in order to survive. He must find a way to defend himself against the undead, stop Snake from carrying out his evil plan, help Kara uncover her family history, and escape with his life. In this tale of action and adventure, a young hero must search for answers in an apocalyptic world corrupted by lies, secrets, and death. Now only time will tell if he will find what he is looking for before it is too late for everyone. He must uncover the truth behind the outbreak that would later become known as the Cosmic City Incident.
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