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Calico Joe

A surprising and moving novel of fathers and sons, forgiveness and redemption, set in the world of Major League Baseball…
 
 
Whatever happened to Calico Joe?
 
     It began quietly enough with a pulled hamstring. The first baseman for the Cubs AAA ...

Camp Strange

Fifth grade really sucks for Renee Perez’s protagonist Ezekiel Raroso. He is a magnet for bullies, specifically his classmate Bradley who is also known as, “Butt Face;” he has made a habit of harassing Ezekiel and not even the school’s principal buffers him from the constant torment.  Ezekiel has his little group ...

Cara's Asylum

Cara’s Asylum by Elsa Harrow is about a sixteen-year-old girl named Carmen Brown, who prefers being called Cara. She is confined to Calm Springs, a place for people with mental issues.  Cara is a petite very beautiful young girl with a very confused view of what a teenager’s life is supposed to be like. Cara’s drug ...

Catching Fire

Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has won the annual Hunger Games with fellow district tribute Peeta Mellark. But it was a victory won in defiance of the Capitol and its harsh rules. Katniss and Peeta should be happy. After all, they have just won for themselves and their families a life of safety and plenty. But there are rumors of rebellion among ...

Caught in a Web

Caught in A Web is written by Joseph Lewis and is a fictional story that illuminates the crisis teenagers face from the hardened drug dealers that prey on middle and high school students.   Lewis’s book is a gripping novel and at the same time a powerful social commentary on today’s drug epidemic that our nation faces. ...

CeeGee's Gift

CeeGee’s Gift by Joy H. Selak is an intergenerational novel that involves the reader, regardless of age, in the mysterious life of a 12 year old girl. Celia Gene, called CeeGee, is an introspective, shy young girl who struggles with an unexplained ability to know the future.

CeeGee describes herself as being critical and stubborn. ...

Cello Bride

Cello Bride by Angel S. Broady is a passionate story, richly imagined in the spaces of real history. Broady meticulously creates for the reader a strange, beautiful yet harsh society where parents give their daughters to Royalty to be used as concubines. The author gives a new take on the cherished but controversial custom of having concubines. Brody’s ...

Chameleons: An Untold World War II Story

    Chameleons An Untold World War II Story by Marcus A. Nannini is an absolutely fascinating examination of the mystery of what happened to the 2 man crew of the deadly Japanese midget submarine, the I-16-tou that participated in the Pearl Harbor attack.  The midget submarine I-16-tou had two 1000 pound torpedos that were fired at ...

Channeling Harrison

Channeling Harrison by David Young is the memoir of Young's life and his relationship with George Harrison. David Young is a very accomplished musician. His career has spanned many facets of the industry and he is well received and acknowledged in each of these areas. David recounts the ups and downs, bad times and good times of his life in ...

Chaos at the Concours: A Thomas Ballard Mystery

Chaos at the Concours by D.G. Stern is a murder mystery featuring Thomas Ballard and his lady friend, detective Olivia Nederfield. They have been invited to attend the 35th annual Concours d’Elegance at the Indian Whisper Golf Course on Little Loggerhead Island. There will be 600 beautifully preserved vehicles from the past at the ...

 

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