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Blue Orchid

Blue Orchid by Martin Morton is the eighth book in his series. Like Morton's previous novels, Blue Orchid is the continuing saga of living large, of lust and greed, of backstabbing, scheming, manipulation, sexual deviation, and the relentless business endeavors of the massive transcontinental Dickinson Corporation. It is part of a series where ...

Brett Enters the Square Circle

David D’Aguanno has penned another adventure of his wise guy talking private detective, Brett Cornell, who presents a conceited, façade to all of those he encounters. Underneath all the bravado, insolence, immaturity, shallowness and innumerable other terrible traits lies a lonely confused man who is discovering that now in his thirties ...

Burying Leo

Helga Gruendler-Schierloh’s “Burying Leo” is a novel about a talented, beautiful woman, Ingrid Bassen, whose fictional story addresses the issues of equality, self-worth, dealing with sexual assault and other situations faced by women in today ’s rapidly changing world.

In the beginning of the story, Ingrid is living ...


Butcherville by award-winning author, Chris Kelsey, is the second book of his mystery/suspense, crime thriller series featuring small-town police chief, Emmett Hardy. The novel is set in the 1960s, in the town of Butcherville, Oklahoma where the residents are such independent thinkers and demanders of expressing their freedom that “while painful ...


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