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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 Place to Run Free

Michael Lareaux's novel A Place To Run Free takes readers on a thrilling journey that delves deep into what may await us when we eventually move beyond our material world. A Place to Run Free is a story about afterlife for man and beast. After a tragic accident, the protagonist, Jake Phillips, comes to find himself in ...

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 Single Day of Peace

Stephen D’Angelo, author of A Single Day of Peace, has a strong spiritual message to share with everyone.  The author elucidates his beliefs and teachings by using a unique writing method to help make clear his philosophical musings and distinctive road map for living. D’Angelo uses a fictional plot to illustrate ...

A Stellar Purpose

Natacha Belair's novel, A Stellar Purpose, is an inspiring and thought-provoking story of one young girl's journey to discovering her true purpose in life. Fifteen-year-old Avery is a typical teen living in a small town, but when she suddenly gains the power to enter an alternate dimension, she discovers a much larger world with a much larger ...

A Story of Whoa

The book "A Story of Whoa" by Chris Corbett is an exceptional piece of literature that will inspire and captivate children everywhere. Its narrative, evocative of classic fables, centers around a young boy and his loving father and delivers a profound, straightforward, and poignant message. The beautiful illustrations by Richardo Galvao ...

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 Flying Things" by Kathryn Brown Ramsperger is the compelling journey of Dianna Calloway, an American humanitarian worker, as she embarks on an incredible adventure. This novel delves into the complex relationship between Dianna, a white Christian woman, and Qasim, a Lebanese Muslim man, against the backdrop of war, politics, ...


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