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The King and I

The King and I, is written and illustrated by Sorel Kaire. It is a charming children’s story about a father’s growing love for his infant daughter. There should be nothing sweeter than welcoming a new baby into the world, but in some cultures, the fondness for sons is greater than that for daughters. Sorel Kaire’s book addresses ...

The Kings Death

The Kings Death, by Ed Cannon, is his second fantasy fiction in a trilogy. The epic novel reads as a stand-alone because the back story is well woven into the tale. Sillik, a young orphaned warrior and rightful king of Illicia. He is on a quest to create allies with neighboring cities to prevent global war and to help him reclaim his rightful throne. ...

The Kings' Assassin

            The Kings’ Assassin, by Ed Cannon, is a well developed labyrinthine story revolving around Sillik, a young warrior who has been called back by telepathic communication from his father to the kingdom that he had grown up in.. The kingdom is a fictional city named Illicia, which is surrounded ...

The Last Whippoorwill

An intriguing historical fiction, The Last Whippoorwill by Mary Bryan Stafford captivates the reader with unforgettable characters set against a historically accurate background of East Texas. It is easy to visualize and become immersed in the Allen family’s struggle to travel from Missouri to Texas in 1900. Set against a background ...

The Light In Her Life

The Light In Her Life by Charles M. is Iris's story. Iris is a young paralegal (divorce attorneys), married and like most others wading through life. Iris is walking through the park and is struck by lightning. There begins the change in Iris's life that will enthrall the reader to the very last page of the book. After the lightning ...

The Lord of the Rings- Box Set

The Lord of the Rings tells an epic tale of good against evil, spanning three volumes - The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King. The story begins at Bag End in the Shire, at the home of Frodo Baggins. Frodo is a Hobbit - a small creature with hairy feet and a large appetite, not normally prone to adventuring. Frodo has ...

The Loss of What We Never Had

The first sentence of this mystery/thriller grabs the reader. “A severed head…lay in the weeds.” The Loss of What We Never Had, by Carolyn Thorman, is set in modern Spain and involves an American doctor who gets herself involved in murder and political/religious intrigue. How should she report her find to the local police? This ...

The Lost Years

A fantastically page-turning new thriller from the world's favourite thriller writer, featuring all the twists, turns and chillingly close-to-the-bone storylines that her millions of fans know and love.

The Love Dare

Too many marriages end when someone says "I've fallen out of love with you" or "I don't love you anymore." The Love Dare discusses how these statements reveal a lack of understanding about the fundamental nature of true love. As featured in the popular new movie Fireproof, from the team that brought us the #1 best selling DVD Facing the ...

The Massacre at Yellow Hill

The Massacre at Yellow Hill by C.S. Humble and published by Black Rose Writing is a story about a hellacious evil entity that has tremendous powers and surrounds itself with other hideous creatures that love to eviscerate its victims. The story takes place in West Texas in the 1870's. The first victim introduced in the story is thirty-five-year-old ...


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