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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows

Readers beware. The brilliant, breathtaking conclusion to J.K. Rowling's spellbinding series is not for the faint of heart--such revelations, battles, and betrayals await in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that no fan will make it to the end unscathed. Luckily, Rowling has prepped loyal readers for the end of her series by doling out increasingly ...

Harvest Time at Sheldon's Blueberry Farm

Harvest Time at Sheldon's Blueberry Farm by Melissa Jones is a delightful children's book. Sheldon lives in Jaloonsville and has a blueberry farm. Sheldon's favorite food is blueberries. The entire town is soooo excited that it is blueberry picking time. Children will love Sheldon and the surprise animal he becomes friends with ...

Headwinds: The Dead Reckoning of the Heart

Headwinds: The Dead Reckoning of the Heart by Thomas A. Reis is the story of Mr. Reis life told through his cross country bike ride. The book encompasses his entire life, but woven into the 50+ day bike ride across the country. The reader gets a very close and personal look at the author's life - good times, bad times and everything in between. ...

Healing Pain and Injury

Healing Pain and Injury by Maud Nerman is an eye opening book that everyone should read and then have on hand for those times when injury, pain or disease is present. Trauma at one time or another is present in everyone's body. Dr. Newman believes that over time trauma will devastate your health, and the premise of this book is - Trauma shocks ...

Hearts of Mercy

Lavinia Walker, Viney, had experienced her share of tragedy in her young life. Her mother had died shortly after she was born. Her “daddy“ had abandoned her and her siblings. More recently, her sister’s fiancé had passed away, and her fiancé had broken off their engagement and moved away.

When Viney entered ...

His Garden: Conversations with a Serial Killer

His Garden: Confessions of a serial killer by Anne K. Howard is a startling account of her intimate talks and correspondence with serial killer, William Devin Howell.  Like most serial killers, William Devin Howell seemed like a very normal young man who was a hard-working, landscaper; Howard writes, “In many levels, he could not be more ...

His True and "Unveiled" Face!

Fr. Charles Anemelu's book, "His True and 'Unveiled' Face", is an epic, meticulously detailed study of what Jesus might have looked like during his few decades on earth. His work on the subject displays the same thoroughness, and intensity that the great biographer Robert A. Caro is noted for in his work.
Father Anemelu's ...

Homo atromitos saw the rise of the New Sun

The time is a billion years in the future. Hannah and her daughter, Abbie, are both homo atromitos; descendants of the homo sapiens race that once inhabited Earth. They are on a collision course with destiny on a planet spinning out of control.

“Homo Atromitos saw the rise of the New Sun” is the story of a pregnant mother who ...

Honolulu Heat: Between the Mountains and the Great Sea

          Honolulu Heat by Rosemary and Larry Mild opens their novel with a deadly category 4 hurricane meandering the skies just off the shores of Kauai Island. Alex, Leilani, and Malia Wong are babysitting a toddler, Noah Kaleo, right on the beach and are unaware of the dangerous storm churning in the Pacific waters ...

Hope Rising

Hope Rising by Dr. Scott Todd is one of optimism and encouragement for the severe poverty and starvation that faces our world. Dr. Todd's book has a very definite message to Christians - work together (without pride) for the eradication of proverty. One of the central themes to Christians is to help those living in severe poverty--stop the deaths ...

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