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  • Through the Fog

    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”.

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  • Underground Stories

    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.

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    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.

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  • Unraveling the Mahler Enigma: A Lost Insight

    Unraveling the Mahler Enigma: A Lost Insight

    Intended for lovers of the arts, this “big think” book engages the dynamic of culture and the creative mind. It unravels, layer by layer, misconceptions about Gustav Mahler.

    Early in the 1970s Franz Loschnigg realized that a myth was developing around Mahler based on the assumptions of Henri de la Grange. Rather than accepting this work as definitive, the author turned to unique sources the contemporary writers and poets of fin de siècle Vienna and the mid-20th century sciences of cultural anthropology and social psychology, as well as the author’s own familiarity with Vienna. With a synthesis of disciplines, he revealed the illusions of an established narrative around Mahler, upon which decades of research are based.

    Something like a work of investigative reporting, this is an inquiry into the dynamic of artist and culture: Mahler embedded in his culture, deconstructing notions of his childhood, with marvelous stories of ordinary life in imperial Vienna, a surprising critique of the Conservatory’s composition training, and his subsequent breaking free to become a singular creative mind.

    Author Bio

    Born in 1929 into Old Austria, fluent in six languages, broadly educated in the European humanist tradition, and with a background of vast cross-disciplinary reading, this was an author whose understanding opened to deeper issues of mind and spirit. No ordinary thinker, Franz Loschnigg pursued the crux of the Mahler mystery.

    Franz Loschnigg was a graduate first of the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in 1966 and then in music history and theory at the University of Wisconsin School of Music in 1976. Here he encountered the Mahler myth, and his curiosity compelled further inquiry.

    Always conscious of the larger picture, this independent scholar did advanced study in fields as diverse as the phenomenology of music, cultural history, physics, literature and mythology, and the newer sciences of social psychology and cultural anthropology. Unraveling the Mahler Enigma was the first of a planned four-volume study of Mahler within the culture and myth of Western music. When he saw the direction and weight of conventional Mahler research however, he decided not to struggle against it. His research and writing continued until his death in 2011.

  • Vengeance Plus

    Vengeance Plus

    This ISIS unit is riding pretty high on the hog. They can do about whatever they want. They just had great success raiding the village of el-Bareo, or whatever they called the place. They burned a few buildings as planned, kidnapped, raped and tortured a half dozen young women before killing them and even better, kidnapped the three Christians that been giving them aid of some kind. They had left their tortured bodies and heads on stakes outside the village. They had sent pictures to El Jazeera and their other media outlet so the world would know of their recent success and what a tough formidable outfit they were.

    They had not yet heard of Sergeant Thomas Perkins, currently enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Even if they had, what could one little American soldier do that would affect a crack ISIS unit of 130 men all with the latest arms and equipment. Even better, they had ammo running out their ears.

    Just all you readers out there wait and see. Don’t pick this story up too late in the day. YOU MIGHT BE UP UNTIL THE WEE HOURS.

  • Vermyear Academy

    Vermyear Academy

    Four walls and a ceiling, like any other place, it’s a prison. A place hiding a terrifying sinister disappearance, and possibly a murder. A sassy teenager, Sophie Gribsie tries to survive among the ways of Vermyear Academy. While feeling second best against her best friend, Ginger Spring, her life is disrupted when she unexpectedly gets plopped into Cornegy Hall. Thinking her life couldn’t get any worse, she reluctantly tags along with her weird quirky cousin, Marribell. But she soon finds out that’s the least of her worries. When a girl named Morgan Stasney turns up missing, the quiet Connecticut town becomes on edge, and looks to detective Roy for answers. Determined, and steadfast, she is insistent on staying focused to uncover leads. At first, the case seemed to be going nowhere, until she runs into a charming mysterious man named Carter Lincoln BeauCannon. Initially, Roy didn’t think there was anything more to him than good looks and money. Until she discovers he may know more about Morgan Stasney’s disappearance than he’s letting on. Roy dives deeper to find a connection, but how will she solve a disappearance with no witnesses, little evidence, and without a body?

    About the author

    A Marcayla K has been an avid reader since middle school. Her lifelong dream is to become an author and share her stories with the world. Though she landed a career with Quest Diagnostics as a phlebotomist, A Marcayla K always finds time for her passion; writing and developing stories for others to enjoy. She grew up in the northwest suburbs of Chicago and like the main character, high school was a difficult time for her. During these challenging years, the story behind Vermyear Academy began to come to life. Parts of the novel were influenced by actual events in A Marcayla K’s life. Her future goal is to become an inspiration to her readers and publish more exciting novels.

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    You Did What!?

    Ed and his assistant Arthur had begun what was to be a routine photo-journalistic assignment for Ed’s magazine. And routine it was until “Old Betsy” stopped running in a small village in the Ural Mountains of Russia. That is when things began to get more complicated. They had no idea they were then about to become involved with the Russian Mafia or the notorious and mysterious, Madame O. Let alone soon becoming involved with a couple of the most beautiful girls they had ever seen in their lives!

    To add a little more spice to their lives, how about then turning “Old Betsy” in for a camel caravan on to Ulan Bator as they travel with a nomadic family? Maybe throw in assorted Mongolian bandits as well as providing an insight into the lives of assorted Mafiosi. That is just for starters. You might have trouble putting this one down once you start it.

  • Zero to Infinity : An Expedition through Human Life

    Zero to Infinity : An Expedition through Human Life

    Andrew Pappachen is an Indian-American by heritage and an environmental engineer by profession. He is working as Director of Public Works in a big city government and lives in Montville, New Jersey, USA with his wife Somini and daughter Simmy. His son Kevin is married to Grace and they live in Bergen County, New Jersey. Andrew has written and published several books both in English and in his native language, Malayalam, which is spoken in the State of Kerala, India. His latest English book, A Journey Alone is his biography along with the other two books, Love with the Ghost and Rays of Light From The darkness of A Prison cell are published by AuthorHouse. At the end of every book, Andrew concludes with certain philosophy of life that he believes in. In this book, Andrew tries an expedition thorough the universe, Earth and human life to find an answer to the purpose of life. He did not support any special theory, philosophy or religion in his analyses, but only tried to analyze the available facts and theories. While reading, Andrew wants you to travel with him, analyze the facts and statements, follow your own thinking process and come to your own conclusion.