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  • Through the Fog

    Travel with Kendra Collins, a young detective, determined to solve the mystery of her father’s past. The closer she feels she gets to the truth, the further away the truth becomes.

    In this first book, of which I hope becomes a series, follow Kendra on her path of discovery. Her way to the truth. On her journey “Through the Fog”.

    $2.99$32.99
  • Thunder At River Station

    “Well, Doc, I guess by now you understand we’ve got no goddamn use for sympathizers who love those black skinned folks.” Realizing that the dial of his life was showing the hands near the midnight hour, the trembling doctor felt a sudden serene and willful peace come over him.

    Thunder at River Station is a compelling and vivid fictional story of two doctors of medicine involved with the thundering sounds coming from millions of long horn cattle, blazing guns, and men with very different views on life that were once part of the expanding and rugged Western frontier spreading from Missouri to Texas during the turbulent years of the mid and late 1800s.

    This is a must-read for those with interest in the Civil War and the issues faced by individuals and our entire nation during that time.

    About the author:

    During his thirty-five-year career as a physician with a medical specialty in Radiology, the Author was the recipient of both state and national recognition for his professional leadership and achievements in both clinical and academic medicine. Since his retirement from medicine in 1995, he has come to enjoy a successful second career as both an artist and free-lance writer. His award-winning illustrations and bronze sculptures can be found in private art collections, galleries, homes, offices and schools from coast to coast. His publications are available through Amazon and Barnes-Noble stores. Briney enjoys associate and lifetime memberships in several medical, art and literary societies and associations that include the Texas League of Writers and the Western Writers of America.

    Through the years, the Author and his wife of sixty years have enjoyed traveling to many parts of the world. They reside in the cattle ranching country of north central Texas. The Briney’s have five adult grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

    $2.99$26.00
  • Tina et Rudy

    — Mais Rudy, tu ne peux pas abandonner ces choses-là : le pâturage, monter à cheval,
    planter du pois et piquer des herbes.
    — Jamais, mademoiselle Lucienne ! Si je ne le fais pas, je trahis mon pays agricole, je trahis
    mes origines, je trahis mes parents et je vous trahis aussi, les gens de la ville.
    RÉFLEXION
    Si le hasard existe, la destinée aussi.
    Les gens affranchis sont réellement riches.
    Les jeunes gens sont capables ! Ne les limitez pas !
    Ne trahissez jamais vos amis !
    Un bon ami peut être de n’importe quelle nationalité !
    Certains hommes sont réellement transnationaux.
    Répondez à l’appel de votre coeur !
    Le monde est à nous.
    Donnez et prenez aussi !
    Si nous avons besoin de l’intelligence et du courage pour la vie, bien sûr, pour bien mourir,
    nous avons besoin de la foi en Dieu à travers son Fils Jésus-Christ.
    C’est bien le contenu de Tina & Rudy.

    About the author:

    Roland Rodené est né à Les Anglais, Haïti. Ami de Dieu, auteur de Cynbel et Zothia, Tumulte en Terre Haute ?, il est détenteur d’une licence en économie et d’une maîtrise en commerce international de l’université de Boston.

    $2.99$17.50
  • Tiny and Craig: Common Decency and Table Manners

    This story was written as a bedtime story fairy tale for county jail inmates’ bedtime story so the writer felt safe.

    About the author:
    Francisco native since arriving in 1955. Lives in Sonoma County wine country. Former standup comedian, pirate radio show host, chef/cook and dishwasher/owner of tiny bistro in Humboldt County.

    The story began as a bedtime story for other inmates in County jail when I was afraid of them. Tired of the rat races, I ran a classified ad “Revenge is best served as a cold cream pie’ and threw around 400 pies for a nominal fee. Choctaw tribal member uncomfortable enough with
    tech to still be carrying a flip phone. Call before you text please. Yakoke is Choctaw for Thank you. Yakoke.

    $2.99$11.78
  • Trips

    When the ghosts met, there was much confusion. Stacey watched them come down the wide concourse, coming generally in his direction but without intention or purpose, appearing from the mist of months and birthdays and years and Christmases missed, a thousand greetings forsaken, ten thousand moments lost.… He had become accustomed to his being dead to them. Now. What. A resurrection? It was the older brother’s face that caused Stacey to think to turn and to run, … from the two revenants.

    About the Author:

    Earl Griffin was born in Childress County, Texas on February 20, 1953. He graduated from Texas Christian University and Texas Tech University School of Law. In 1992 he returned to Childress County to ranch with his brother. He has written The Escadara, The Last Orphan Maker and Trips.

    $2.99$10.69
  • Tropical Heatwave

    Dennis, a young aspiring academic, becomes infatuated with a girl he meets while jogging on a beach in Barbados. An unplanned pregnancy ensues, and Dennis finds himself straightjacketed and dispatched into a marriage for which he is not ready. Now caught in a marriage of almost total incompatibility
    and one in which he saw a weak future, he tries to free himself. This opportunity comes in London when he meets his Venus, Pam, on a London Underground train on his way to work. But Pam is caught between her husband with whom she is not in love, Dennis and Sidney a friend with whom she had a brief relationship before meeting Dennis. Pam is ready to break free of her horrible marriage
    but must decide whether it will be Dennis or Sidney she settles for. But, unknown to her, her very good friend Jean is also making a bid for Sidney with whom she claims she had something going before
    Pam. She now sees Pam not as a friend but as a serious competitor and sets out on revenge grail which sees her spilling the beans on Pam and doing all it takes to prevent her getting close to Sidney. This boiling cauldron of deceit, disappointment and intrigue comes to a head in a volcanic outburst at the airport in Barbados where Pam declares her hand.

    About the Author:

    Dr Dean Alleyne was born in St Andrew, Barbados and educated at The Alleyne School, St Andrew and Harrison College, St Michael. After four years teaching, he moved to England where he completed a BA degree in Geography at Birkbeck College, London before resuming his career in teaching. He later completed an MEd at the University of Keele, North Staffordshire, and after retiring as a head of a secondary school, completed a Doctorate in Education at the Institute of Education, University of London.

    $2.99$16.51
  • Unbitten: A Vampire Dream

    Amanda Hunt is a virgin vampire with a genetic blood disorder bitten 200 years ago and almost made Undead. But she finds a loop hole revealed by decades of research with the help of her descendants. This secret may allow her to defeat the vampire prince who made her what she is today. Lord Anton Kuryk couldn’t finish the job on Amanda two centuries ago or on her 5th great grand-niece, Wynter, in the present. Read how these cousins up-end the Familia Vampyre in this twisted yarn of Bioscience and folklore for a modern gothic Halloween treat.

     

    About the author:

    As a board-certified rheumatologist, Glenn Parris has practiced medicine in the northeast Atlanta suburbs for over 30 years. He has been writing for nearly as long. Originally from New York City, Parris migrated south to escape the cold and snow, but fell in love with the southern charms of Georgia and Carla, his wife of 27 years. He now writes cross-genre in medical mystery, science fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction. The Renaissance of Aspirin, a Jack Wheaton medical mystery, was his debut novel.         

    $2.99$6.00
  • Uncloseted Love

    THIS IS A fictional story of a woman turning seventy, who decided to step outside of the box. Rebecca took a trip to Europe to celebrate her big birthday and have an adventure. Within twenty-four hours, her life changed forever. Her first thoughts were, “OMG, I should have worn Depends” when she saw the most gothic looking man walk pass her. The sins of our fathers sometimes play a big part in how our lives take shape.
    Mikael’s past provides the adventure Rebecca set out to have while touring Europe. Be careful what you wish for. This story encompasses love, sex, murder and suspense. He was ten years younger than she and that only enhanced their growing relationship. Life’s twists and turns will leave you breathless, the ending will leave you stunned.
    “Teri Cobb has written a fascinating page-turner, replete with heavy doses of love, sex and suspense, not necessarily in that order. Whether you’re closeted with her main character Rebecca in her hometown in Middle America or exploring nightlife in London, Rome, and Paris, you don’t want to miss a second of this unpredictable yet thrilling journey. Fasten your seatbelt and hold on for an exciting and thoroughly satisfying ride.”

    George E. Curry
    Journalist and author

    About the Author:

    THERESA ELIZABETH COBB, known to her friends as Teri, a mother and grandmother. Born and educated in St. Louis, Missouri. With a degree in Management and Supervisory Development, she was able to excel in her career. Twice retired, first from the largest Newspaper in St. Louis and second from one of the largest Insurance Companies. While working for the newspaper she became second and first Vice President of the Newspaper Guild. Her dream has always been to write a book and enjoy her passion for photography.
    Yes, at age seventy she did it. Divorced for more than thirty years and very active in church, chair for The Griot Museum of Black History and Treasurer of her High School alumni committee. Most of all she is the care giver of her father and aunt both loved very much.

    This is her first book, but hopefully not her last.

    $14.60
  • Underground Stories

    Blaring sirens broke the stillness of the night. Fast-running footsteps are heard through the dark. Oh, what crime is happening now?

    Underground Stories is a collection of gritty tales of crime that will make you stay wide awake at night. Fill your time with hair-raising tales about crime drama, political suspense, edgy literature, and even poems that are sure to keep you engaged. But always beware: some of these stories are not for the weak of heart.

    With the turn of every page, ready yourself to be kept at the edge of your seat.

    $7.99
  • UNLIKELY HITTER

    Unlikely Hitter is the story of Ovasta Kaiser, a woman who had everything—a loving fiancé, a successful career, and a lifelong friendship. But all of that changed as she was the victim of a crime which transformed the course of her life. When she identifies one of the perpetrators to the police, the charges are mysteriously dropped.

    Feeling as if the legal system had failed her, Ovasta decides to serve her own form of justice but has a change of heart. When tragedy strikes again, Ovasta believes she has no other recourse but to retaliate.

    $2.99$11.99