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J.D. to J.D.: My Journey from Juvenile Delinquent to Doctor of Jurisprudence

J.D. to J.D. My Journey from Juvenile Delinquent to Doctor of Jurisprudence, by Brian D. Caplan, Esq., is an unusual, insightful memoir packed with humor and more than a glimpse into the entertainment industry’s legal wranglings. Caplan has represented or legally assisted many high profile entertainers or entertainment moguls. His ...


Jagdlied a Chamber Novel by Dolly Gray Landon (pen name for Gary Lloyd Noland) is a monumental 546-page farcical story evolving around the adventures of a spoiled Teenage entitlement princess named Melody. Landon’s work is a huge undertaking that consists of 240 fascicles with virtually everyone associated with a specific piece of music that ...

Jihadi Bride

Set in 2015, Jihadi Bride by Alastair Luft is a terrifying contemporary novel that is spell-binding in its portrayal of terroristic activities. This crime fiction takes place in Canada and the Middle East, but the setting could just as easily be in the United States. The prologue captures the reader with intrigue, as the author explores the power ...

Jocelyn's Box of Socks

Jocelyn’s Box of Socks by Kristen L. Jackson and vibrantly illustrated by Tino Santanach is an imaginatively crafted book to help children understand and cope with the vast array of emotions they will experience. Jackson has created a young girl who has a thing for socks. She loves them and basks in piles of them like Scrooge McDuck does in ...

June 17, 1967 - Battle of Xom Bo II

June 17, 1967 - Battle of Xom Bo II by David Hearne is the story of a Vietnam Battle - one in which Hearne fought. The battle begins with two battalions marching into a landing zone called LZ X-Ray. As the men approach the landing they are pretty confident that they will make it through. Men and weapons strong-- there is no way the Viet Cong ...

Junker Blues

Award-winning Author Chris Kelsey has another intriguing mystery in his 1970s-era novel, Junker Blues. The protagonist, Emmett Hardy, is the chief of police in the tiny Oklahoma town of Burr. Chief Hardy is the kind of guy who cares about his town; he has a few of his own demons but, in general, uses his power for good. A sudden economic boom in ...

Jus Breathe

Jus Breathe by B. Lynn Carter will leave the reader breathless. The author introduces several wonderfully unique characters who struggle to discover their untapped strength. The coming-of-age story of Dawn, a young black woman in the 1960s, reads like a memoir as Dawn relates her physical, spiritual, and emotional struggles ...

Just One Look

Just One Look by Joanne Kukanza Easley reads like a personal memoir or diary but is an engaging women’s contemporary fiction. Dani Marek’s coming of age in the sixties will ignite memories from older readers and enable younger readers to relate to the not so “ancient” history of psychedelic posters, love beads, ...

Justice for a Texas Marshall: Marshall Morris is at it again!

Justice for a Texas Marshall: Marshall Morris is at it again! by Robert John DeLuca is a story about a teenage boy who is a senior at Justice High School who happens to overhear a disturbing conversation between his football coach and a well-heeled owner of a car dealership.  He also seems to have a penchant for ending up naked or pantless under ...


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