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The Movie Star and Me

The Movie Star and Me by Kelly Durham opens on the movie set in 1941. Durham moves from there to 1945 in Japan with Lieutenant Russell. He immediately is drawn into battle and is injured. His stay at the front lines though brief, will prove to set in motion a movie, his involvement with Vera Vance and the secrets of the studio. Lt. Russell is ...

The Narragansett Files

The Narragansett Files by Robert Shemeld is a fast-paced spy and action thriller with a nautical twist. Shemeld wastes no time launching us into his intriguing narrative. Within the first few pages of the novel, you discover the main character, Steele, is busy with the task of disposing of a body. What could have gone so terribly wrong on a sailing ...

The Northeast Quarter

The Northeast Quarter by S. M. Harris is Ann Hardy's story - the book begins in the early 1900's in Iowa. Ann's grandfather, Colonel Wallace Carson has a vast holding of land. His agriculture empire is extremely impressive for the times and the region. Carson has a certain plot of land, that he calls the Northeast Quarter, that is ...

The Opera

The Opera by Kateland Leveille is poetry, this book will definitely have you leaving your comfort zone. The poems are meant to be read like a novel. One day, one man coming and going in and out of sanity. What is sanity, what is insanity? As you read you will seek to understand what he has been through and how life has "effected" him. The man, ...

The Pakistani Connection

The Pakistani Connection by Stuart Craigie is a book of espionage, intrique and terrorism. The United States has set out and succeeded in killing Bin Laden, but the MI6 has reasons to believe that Bin Laden has not been running Al Qaeda for quite sometime. They send two of their best agents to infiltrate and destroy this faction of Al Qaeda. John ...

The Partnership

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Those are the words to live by at Michelman & Samson...the only trouble is in telling the difference between the two. Steven Harper ushers the reader into the closed-door domain of a big city law firm as you read "The Partnership". The sex, death, inter-office intrigue, vicious backstabbing ...

The Perfect Poison

Consulting on the investigation into a lord's murder, botanist Lucinda Bromley realizes that a poison can be traced back to her, prompting her to hire fellow Arcane Society member Caleb Jones to keep her name out of the investigation and to find the murderer, in a historical, romantic mystery, that has a dark conspiracy at its heart.

The Poetic Vibrations of a Matured Butterfly

“The Poetic Vibrations of A Matured Butterfly,” is an incredible first collection of work by Arthur Lee Conway that accentuates the stitches of reality through well-crafted lyrical and prose poems. Weaving current events, personal experience, history and even mythology he poignantly captures the pain and joys of life.

Conway’s ...

The Second Wife: The Second Wife Series, Book 1

Kishan Paul's audiobook, "The Second Wife," narrated by Shiromi Arserio is a dark suspenseful yet romantic love story about the trials and tribulations of Doctor Alisha Dimarchi who is kidnapped by Sayeed, one of her patients, and smuggled into Pakistan. Her kidnapper changes her name to Sara, and she becomes her captor's ...

The Secret Papers of Madame Olivetti

Lily has come to southern France in search of a new perspective, hoping that the sun's soft rays and the fragrant sea breezes will provide a relaxing respite from the demands of her lively daughter and her family's Idaho cattle ranch. Two years after her husband's sudden death, in the house, that's been in his family for generations, ...


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