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Airshow

"Airshow" is a beautifully illustrated book about a fun day of discovery for three young children and their parents at an airshow published by Black Rose Writing. It is also Mark Hewitt debut entry into children’s literature, a big change from his normal fare of writing fast-paced thrillers and conspiracies books. "Airshow" ...

Almost Mortal

Almost Mortal by Christopher Leibig is a suspenseful story about the life and cases of a defense attorney-Sam Young. Sam works in the defense attorney's office, but has crossed over and takes on cases that do not come to him through his office. Sam has a very large array of clients--at times there are not enough hours in the day. Almost Mortal ...

Almost Perfect

Almost Perfect by Diane Daniels Manning is the Story of Bess (70) and Benny (14). Bess has a life long dream of winning the Westminster Dog Show--but at her age she has come to the realization that is not going to happen. Benny is a special needs young man with mild autism. Benny dreams of impressing his mother who is less than attentive. Benny ...

Always Looking Up

There are many words to describe Michael J. Fox: Actor. Husband. Father. Activist. But readers of Always Looking Up will soon add another to the list: Optimist. Michael writes about the hard-won perspective that helped him see challenges as opportunities. Instead of building walls around himself, he developed a personal policy of engagement and discovery: ...

Amanda Memories

Ambitious but naive, Brian Roberts is set on a career path that will lead to a psychology degree, financial stability, and emotional fulfillment. His marriage to hometown sweetheart Nancy seems to assure a fine future. But when beautiful green-eyed Amanda Wagner, a deeply troubled young woman, becomes his patient, the future becomes blurry. Her dependency ...

America: An Exceptional Nation

America: An Exceptional Nation by Donald L. Gilleland is a fascinating read for anyone who is interested in America’s history, its explosive growth, and world importance.  The book is very patriotic and it is obvious that Gilleland is proud of America and all of its accomplishments.

Beginning with a detailed look at the early ...

Animal,Vegetable,Miracle: A Year of Food Life

Author Barbara Kingsolver and her family abandoned the industrial-food pipeline to live a rural life—vowing that, for one year, they’d only buy food raised in their own neighborhood, grow it themselves, or learn to live without it. Part memoir, part journalistic investigation, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle is an enthralling ...

Apollo's Raven (Curse of Clansmen and Kings) (Volume 1)

An Engaging historical fantasy, Apollo’s Raven by Linnea Tanner is a captivating tale of triangles; love, lust and espionage, friend, foe, and spies., barbarians, civilized Rome and spiritual-supernatural beings. The author’s knowledge of the mythology and the history of 43 AD Celtic tribes is astounding as she weaves a tapestry ...

 

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