|►To Sculpt a Living Statue,
by Tal Boldo. Can
we sculpt the living into reflections of our own lost hopes? Follow the
lives of those who tried. This tale will draw you in with its mystery
and romance, and change your view of innocence forever.
by Anthony DeMarco. Jim is a personally and
pedagogically demoralized language
teacher in Spain. He is feeling guilt about having returned to
Europe after his forbearers had ventured away to
claim the New World for themselves. Two days in his life are minutely
by Anthony DeMarco. The omission of a single character in
the name of her forbears provokes transatlantic yearnings in the
already restless language teacher.
Jesus Christ Cafe, by Paul Millar. Yage yearns to
escape from Redemption, his life and himself. He wants to know what he
is missing out on; he knows there is more to life than he is
experiencing at the moment. He starts on a journey which will take him
through love, sex, drugs and death before he fully, and finally,
realises what there is out there for him. A story about ideas and
beliefs split into three parts. A road trip of the mind where reality
only adds to the fantasy.
Shade, by Susan Rolland. In
the early 1900's, James Collins, an English gentleman, left his family
to go to the United States to promote the railroad. He built a home for
his family at the edge of the Allegheny Forest. Just prior to his final
trip home, the isolated James dies of a fatal heart attack. Many years
later, Patrick, his grandson, makes plans to find answers to
why his grandfather never returned. Patrick confronts both good and
evil spirits within the mansion.
|And One to Grow On,
by David R. Pepper, M.D., and Elizabeth Neff Walker.
This is the story of a family in crisis. Megan is seven years
old. Her mother thinks of her as Little Miss Song and Dance. Her father
thinks of her as his rare treasure. Her brother Sam doesn't think about
her much at all. Then Megan is diagnosed with leukemia.
Triumph Mine, by A. J. Lee. Dealing
with gold, greed, love and friendship, this story is centered on an old
mine in the rugged Idaho mountains close to Sun Valley. Although
believed to be a played out silver mine, the discovery of gold at the
Triumph catapults Jake and Dante into a life and death struggle for
The Gonzago Principle, by William Norris. What is the link between a philandering
televangelist and the first man to set foot on Mars? Why should the
President-elect of the United States attempt to conceal the identity of
the man who kidnapped and murdered his infant son? And what on earth
has all this to do with Charles Lindbergh, the Great American Hero?
Eclipse, by Nancy Broadley.
The Indians called it Mawiha, meaning Ancient One. Does this creature
really exist, or is it a just a tale? Calija desperately tries to find
out what is causing terror in the small towns throughout New Hampshire
.She spends several weeks following the creature across the state,
trying to not only prove that Mawiha really does exist but also trying
to keep it from killing again.
The Thin Line Between Heaven and Hell, by David G. Harris. Dalton James is a twenty-year veteran of the
Middleton Fire Department. James tells us of his first-hand experiences
- stories that will keep you on the edge of the your seat, humorous
tales, and those that will bring tears to your eyes.
Feely, by J. B. Jones. Set in Ohio in the 1950s,
this is a story of courage, unrequited love, small town prejudice, and
the history of the Miami and Canal.
Wake Me When It's Over, by Sandy Knauer. Young Nicole has a horrible dream... when she
awakens, Nicole finds out that the murder she dreamt was
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