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Take One

Could they change the world—before the world changes them? Filmmakers Chase Ryan and Keith Ellison left the mission field of Indonesia for the mission field of Hollywood with a dream bigger than both of them. Now they have done the impossible: raised enough money to produce a feature film with a message that could change the world. But as Chase ...

Tampa Heat

Tampa Heat by Ray Spengler is a mystery that takes place in balmy Tampa, Florida. The story revolves around some bad relationships including a Psychiatrist, Ben, that has major issues of his own; mainly a libido that just isn't what it used to be for his wife, Anne of 20 years. He loves her, but suddenly his trust for her wanes when he begins ...

Test Driving Your Dealership: A Guide to Car Dealership Consultants

Test Driving Your Dealership: A Guide to Car Dealership Consultants offers a critical look at car dealerships, in the new internet-driven market. Author James E. Russell III explains why so many are folding and how to turn them around to make them prosper.  Russell has over 30 years of experience to qualify him as an expert in consulting with ...

The Anchor is the Key

“The Crystal ball rolled slowly across the old hardwood floor until it stopped inches shy of Madam Celeste’s right foot. Stooping down to pick it up with great care so as to maintain the exact aspect of where it had stopped caused her to utter a small sigh.”

This was the beginning of an adventure that a psychic in ...

The Angel Experiment

WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE. Do not put this book down. I'm dead serious - your life could depend on it. I'm risking everything by telling you - but you need to know. STRAP YOURSELF IN for the thrill ride you'll want to take again and again! From Death Valley, California, to the bowels of the New York City subway system, you're about ...

The Arms of Death: Loch Lonach, Book One (Loch Lonach Mysteries) (Volume 1)

A contemporary cozy mystery, The Arms of Death by Maggie Foster follows an ordinary, working, single girl who becomes an amateur detective after the unexpected death of a close acquaintance, Professor Craig of Genealogy. Ginny Foster’s curiosity and intelligence are challenged by unexpected clues which fuel her detective work. She is the person ...

The Avocadonine and Spring Stone

The Avocadonine and Spring Stone by Patrick Barnes is the story of Rey Naresh as he enters ninth grade at Pemota High School. Ninth grade can prove to be new experiences for young teens--no different for Rey. He arrives at school, and like the past years just really doesn't fit in. He tries, but the sync with the other boys his age eludes him. ...

The Black Leather Satchel

Paula Czech’s “ The Black Leather Satchel,’ is her memoir of childhood sexual abuse juxtaposed with the beauty of nature, a background of normalcy and within a culture of denial. Family, friends, and classmates never suspected the heart-wrenching experiences of this brave young girl and later courageous woman. You will want to cry, ...

The Blue Unicorn's Journey to Osm

Sybrina Durant's audiobook "The Blue Unicorns Journey to Osm," narrated by Troy Hudson is an absolute delight to listen to. His rich voice and delivery added another level of uniqueness to this already extraordinary tale. If you are listening to the audiobook version of this story you should also buy the Kindle Version so you can see ...

 

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