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The Enigma Threat

The Enigma Threat by Charles V, Breakfield & Roxanne E. Burkey starts off with their iconic supercomputer ICABOD being targeted for destruction by CESPOOL, a UN-sanctioned agency charged with the responsibility of finding all independently owned AI-enhanced supercomputers and destroying them.   Tragically the R-Group is unable to stop ...

The Faithful Dog: A Civil War Novel

Author Terry Lee Caruthers’ novel, The Faithful Dog, is based on a true event that was published in an 1862 newspaper. Through her exhaustive research, Caruthers was able to recreate a moving and heartwarming narrative of the life of Lieutenant Louis Pfeif and his dog as a member of the Fifty-Eight Illinois Regiment ...

The Fat Lady's Low, Sad Song

The Fat Lady's Low, Sad Song by Brian Kaufman takes you inside the minor league baseball world that grinds on, chewing up young hopefuls with major league dreams. Kaufman tells the story of a couch potato, Parker Westfall, a washed-up minor league baseball player that suddenly gets a call from the Indie League team, the Fort Collins Miners in ...

The Five Wishes of Mr. Murray McBride

The Five Wishes of Mr. Murray McBride by Joe Siple is a heartfelt story of two extremely different individuals who have one thing in common; death is staring them in the face. Siple pairs a one-hundred-year-old, Mr. McBride with a young boy one-tenth his age to face death together. McBride, still melancholy from the recent death of his wife, Jenny ...

The Flight of the Veil

The Flight of the Veil, by Bruce J. Berger, is literary/psychological fiction with a historical background.  In 1990, Nicky Covo is a successful psychiatrist in his sixties practicing in Brooklyn, New York. Covo, of Jewish descent, was born in Greece before WWII. He struggles with flashbacks of his shame and trauma as a ...

The Followers: "Holy Hell" and the Disciples of Narcissistic Leaders

The Followers: "Holy Hell" and the Disciples of Narcissistic Leaders by Radhia Gleis, is not a memoir but the author’s hindsight as background into her thesis concerning cults. It is a cautionary tale based on personal experience void of dramatic license and exaggeration. It is a courageous book, soberly told.

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The Game Changer

The Game Changer by Dave Droge is the story of Henk van Wijnen-Swarttouw. He is a Dutchman who is a very accomplished businessman and entrepreneur. Henk finds himself being investigated for bad business practices and tax evasion. Julia, Henk's daughter, has just graduated high school and plans to take a year off before furthering her education. ...

The Gentle Barn

The Gentle Barn by Ellie Laks is a very heartwarming story of Ellie, animals and children/teens. Ellie Laks has laid out her journey in life in this book. Relationships and circumstances have not always been easy for Laks. From a troubled childhood, adult relationships that didn't work, and a need for therapy (of somekind) Laks rescues a sick ...

The Girl with a Fairy's Heart

Cody Lakin’s new book, The Girl With a Fairy’s Heart, is a dark fantasy and a standalone novel that uses extensive conversations between and among characters to tell the back story from a prior novel. A violent fast gun, Casey Esorom, is obsessed with the deaths of his wife and grandfather. He is a loner, ...


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