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Negotiations with God

Negotiations with God by R.W. Sowrider and John Box is an irreverent story of a man named Rowen who finds himself faced with the task of trying to get his life right so he can finally be accepted into Empyrean, the ultimate destination for the dead.  The novel opens with Rowen being chastised by the booming voice of Delemor, a God-like reptile ...

Never Been Found (Tomas O'Malley Thriller)

A well written and engaging story, Never Been Found by Kenneth S. Kappelmann is a fast and furious thriller told in the first person by Homicide Detective Tomas O’Malley. Set in Chicago’s worst area of the South projects, Detective O’Malley is thrust into the trifecta underworld of drugs, prostitution, and murder. O’Malley ...


Never-DEAD by Ann Greyson is a terrifying thriller of our contemporary world plagued with zombies. Tension and suspense grab the reader’s imagination from the Preface in this science fiction-horror story. The basic plot involves several distinctive characters who react to the threat of being attacked and infected by growing swarms of zombies.
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News Girls Don't Cry

Melissa McCarty tells her story in a very real and vivid way. There is no mistake that Melissa perservered through a very tough life to rise to the top of her profession. Through the book you see exactly where she has been, where she wants to be and how she got there. Melissa grew up in a tough neighbor. There was no sugar coating the strifes ...

Nicky's Fire

 The contemporary photographic cover of the book Nicky’s Fireby Richard Trotta, Sr., is a great illustration and introduction to the excitement of this true-to-life, realistic young adult fiction. The young protagonist is Nicky Wright, a twelve-year-old middle schooler, who has an assignment to write a report ...

No Fences in Alaska

No Fences in Alaska by Glen Sobey is about a sixteen-year-old rebellious teenage girl named Harper whose life choices and actions alienates her from her immediate ...

No More Dodging Bullets: A Memoir about Faith, Love, Lessons, and Growth

No More Dodging the Bullets, is a fascinating memoir by Amy Herrig. It is an honest, in-depth airing of the author’s chaotic life and her self-discovery. Amy gives you a glimpse of her childhood years with her atypical family, who were neither dysfunctional and destitute nor upper class wealthy. However, her parents were of the hippy ...

No Pistol Tastes the Same

Jacob Paul Patchen’s latest novel, “NO PISTOL TASTES THE SAME,” is a gripping portrayal of a tormented soldier and his struggle with PTSD. The protagonist, Sergeant JP Grimm, returns home from a rough tour in Iraq to find life on the home front not as emotionally comforting as anticipated. His memories of combat live large ...

No Rest For The Wicked

No Rest for the Wicked by Phoebe Darqueling will keep the reader up all night wondering what happens next. Is this amusing mystery, a historical fantasy better classified as Steampunk? The author’s spectacular talent for immersing her readers in melodramatic adventure and the suspenseful plot is a delight. The straightforward tale has back ...

No Way Home

No Way Home, written by Christy Cooper-Burnett, is a time travel story where the ability to transport individuals back to a bygone era becomes the new method of incarcerating and punishing individuals who have broken certain laws.  Once a Prisoner is sentenced to a particular time in history, they’re given necessary training and ...


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