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The Ascenditure

Robyn Dabney, author of The Ascenditure,  has integrated her passion and expertise in the little-understood sport of rock climbing into a mesmerizing fiction with action, suspense, and political intrigue. Dabney grew up climbing rocks and exploring the outdoors. Her knowledge of climbing terms and equipment enhances the story. Her passion for reading ...

The Attractiveness of Wisdom

The Attractiveness of Wisdom, by Judy Kelly, is contemporary fiction from a unique point of view. The novel’s theme, the devastation and heartache of divorce as a life-changing challenge, is from the husband’s perspective.   Hamilton Maddox has refused to recognize the problems facing his marriage to HolliAnne. His long-held belief ...

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 Baby with Three Families, Two Countries, and One Promise

A new illustrated book for young children, The Baby with Three Families, Two Countries, and One Promise: An International Adoption Story, by Julie Gianelloni Connor, is destined to be a classic read-aloud for young children. With brightly colored, simple illustrations by Saman Chinthaka Weerasinghe, large-print text, and concise, simple ...

The Betrayal

Award-winning author, Doug Dorsey, has another suspenseful thriller in The Betrayal, book one in his new series Blue Lotus Project. The world as we know it has imploded. Earthquakes, fires, floods, and cataclysmic events have reduced the world’s habitable land mass to North and South America. As a result, millions of refugees fleeing from devastation ...

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 ...

The Body on the Roof

Two early morning joggers did not expect to see the body on the roof. A murder-mystery, suspense novel by Kevin Creager, The Body on the Roof is a convoluted who-done-it set in small-town Summerfield, Ohio, a small Midwestern town with Midwestern values. A town where everyone knows everyone and the police department has had nothing exciting happen ...

The Book Bandit

"The Book Bandit" by Caron Pescatore is a thrilling chapter book that follows the journey of young Phoebe Chen, who has a penchant for solving puzzles and mysteries in general. The eight-year-old detective, fueled by the inspiration of her detective father and a beloved girl detective, embarks on a new case involving a precious autographed ...


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