| Tales from the Wrecktory, by Joseph E. Wright. The story of Father Frank Beckett and his
forty-three years at the inner-city church of Saint Timothy. He is by
no means Hollywood's or television's idea of what a priest should be.
Angus McGrath, by Jean Jardine
Miller. The story of Angus McGrath, whose
journey through childhood
ADHD, adolescent rebellion, prostitution
and drug addiction and eventual
maturity continually impacts on the
lives of members of his family.
| Lost on Earth:
Fateful Love, by Lily Alex. Romantic thriller:
love adventures of angels, demons, and humans in "real" life.
|Hurago, by Catherine
Snodgrass. An island open for scientific research only.
Guarded by two ancient statues. A place where true love can be found
and evil is not allowed to exist. But how far will the statues go to
protect the island?
in the City,
by Rita Marie Keller. A woman's life changes when her
husband gives her a dilapidated house for her birthday. This is a story
about marriage, friendship, and discovering what makes a house a home.
Dells; the Horror of the Heartland, by John Sobieck.
The tale of a nightmarish journey through the midwest. A clever
concoction of blind excess, ridiculous situations, and far gone
characters which lead to a greatly entertaining story.
Leopard in the Appletree, by Adrian Walker. Young
lovers on a quest for a mythical black parrot and an older man whose
sanity is leaving him - two potent and interwoven tales set in
Chauvinist, by Ed Stember Sr. In
this novel, a famous author, winner of the Nobel Prize,
publishes a new book titled "Chauvinism - Man's Key To Survival," in
which he challenges feminism.
Video, by Albert Russo. Together, precocious
heroine Zapinette and her unusual Uncle Berky explore the
meaning of life and love, and come to terms with the momentous changes
in their family. Coming soon in ebook: the sequel, Zany:
Zapinette New York.
|The Blue Mosiac Vase, by Christie Shary. Set in the Middle East, this is a "coming-of-age"
story of an impoverished Muslim boy and the six women who greatly
impact his life, all bound together by thousands of years of tradition.
Obscura, by David Ireland. A tale of lust and
betrayal that shakes a small community during one hot summer.
|Voice From the River Monogahela, by Harvey Tate. A note from his late great-grandfather and a box
of bones sets Jett in search of the answers to a 250-year-old mystery
in the small town of California, Pennsylvania.
Celebration of Kate, by Lana
Thompson. Kate Turner was a normal, average little girl
living in a normal and average bungalow in the suburbs. Everything
seemed to be the way it should be - until just before her tenth
birthday. This story takes the reader on a heart-wrenching journey
through a six-year period of a child's worst nightmare come
and Steel: A Memorial to the September 11 2001 Victims, by
Brian Vaszily. This soul-stirring book offers a sensitive
and compelling look at what mattered most in the lives of the 9/11
victims, via stories told in their voices and rendered through each
phase of the September 11 attacks; a work that will remind readers of
what is truly important in their own lives. Fifty percent of
publisher and author proceeds going to September 11 charities.
by Harvey Mendez and Christie Shary. Vincent Carlson, designer of Amelia Earhart's spy
plane, still searches for answers to her disappearance 30 years later…
and soon finds himself embroiled in a web of terror and
Amateur at Heart, by Jack Forge. Young Sonny
Dennison struggles to make sense out of his broken family and at the
same time find love through lust, till after nearly dying in an
accident he finally awakens to the value of beauty.
Nursing Home Fugitive, by Georgiann Baldino. A
stroke robs Clive of his short-term memory, so to function he records
everything in a journal and paints his long-term memories. A
nursing-home escapee, he shows the final journey can be the best one of
| The Pig
Market, by P.T. Mayes. Welcome to the Pig Market, a secret
market in the heart of
where anything can be bought... for a price. But break the Pig Market's
ancient laws and the punishment will be both swift and cruel.
by P.T. Mayes.
The British government has made the 5th of June R-Day, a day upon which
all acts of revenge are legal. Only the insane go out on R-day.
| Churchsteeple Text, by Anthony
DeMarco. Jim is a disillusioned expatriate language teacher.
He is feeling guilt and demoralized about having returned to
grandparents had ventured away to claim the
| Alma Mater, by John McKenzie. This ebook is a fictional account of
the last two years of an honours history degree at University
| The Real McCoy,
by John McKenzie.
Guy arrives in
to find God and ends up running for
the Presidency. He's shot. He talks to God and some other people about
Adoration of the Korean:
Expatriate Tales Made in Korea, by Andrew
Crown. A short story
collection consisting of eight stories and novellas set in South Korea in the 1990s.
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