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A Hero's Heart

Truth is not only stranger than fiction but can be more terrifying. A Hero’s Heart, a biography/memoir, by Tiffany Fenton, is her real-life story that sounds unbelievable. She identifies a hero as someone like her mother who suffered physically and emotionally with an alcoholic second husband, lived in poverty and shame, and often went hungry ...

A Knife's Edge

A Knife’s Edge by Eliot Parker is a police thriller set in the author’s home state of West Virginia. His knowledge of Appalachia is reflected in his vivid descriptions of the book’s locations and the story’s backdrop of late winter.  The protagonist, police Sergeant Ronan McCullough is drawn into investigating ...

A Letter From Munich: A Jack Bailey Novel

From the opening preface to A Letter from Munich by Meg Lelvis, through a flashback to 1930s Germany, this mystery novel compels the reader to delve into the fascinating world of WW II secrets and lies. Lelvis loses no time in introducing the protagonist Jack Bailey’s mysterious decades-old letter that might reveal the shadowy past of his father, ...

A Life Unbroken

An intense, seemingly ripped-from-the-headlines tale that sizzles from page one, A Life Unbroken features protagonist Dr. Alexandra McKay. At 26 years old, Alex McKay has it all: a successful career as a plant scientist, a happy, comfortable home she shares with Abby, her beloved canine companion, and a burgeoning romance with Ryan Stinson. Alex?s life ...

A Lion Called Christian

A Lion Called Christian tells the remarkable story of how Anthony “Ace” Bourke and John Rendall, visitors to London from Australia in 1969, bought the boisterous lion cub in the pet department of Harrods. For several months, the three of them shared a flat above a furniture shop on London’s King’s Road, where ...

A Season of Sons (Black Spiral Series Book 1)

A Season of Sons by Rob Tucker is book one of Tucker’s Black Spiral Series.  Readers who love suspense or horror novels with a paranormal theme will greatly enjoy Tucker’s finely crafted tale. The protagonist, Leon Safullo, an FBI agent, becomes involved with the investigation in a horrible murder of a prominent evangelist. His investigation ...

A Simple Idea to Empower Kids

A Simple Idea to Empower Kids by Kathleen Boucher is a book for young children. It is written based on the power of LOVE, CHOICE and BELIEF. Each and every page in this book is one of encouragement, positive information and a life mantra for young children. In today's world A Simple Idea to Empower Kids can be a powerful tool for parents and ...

A Surgeon's Knot

The title of A Surgeon’s Knot, by William Lynes, is an appropriate metaphor for Jackson Cooper’s chaotic first-year surgical internship. Unlike current TV medical sitcoms or docu-dramas, this gripping novel engages the reader from the fictional life of  Dr. Jackson Cooper’s first day of being called “Doctor” ...

A Thousand Splendid Suns

Propelled by the same superb instinct for storytelling that made The Kite Runner a beloved classic, A Thousand Splendid Suns is at once an incredible chronicle of thirty years of Afghan history and a deeply moving story of family, friendship, faith, and the salvation to be found in love. 
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