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Walk-ins Welcome by Sue E. Dugan is a captivating tale of a soul transfer and a touching love story. Imagine a world where souls can switch bodies, akin to reincarnation. In the aftermath of a devastating car accident that claimed the lives of Robert Larkin and a teenager named Leo, something extraordinary happens. Henry Bingham Comstock miraculously ...


Wantin by Truth Devour is the story of a young girl named Talia. The book opens with Talia, her parents, and nanny Marlee. Talia's parents die when she is six years old--that leaves Talia with Marlee--only to be "adopted" by Australian relatives and whisked away from Marlee. Talia and her cousin Brad become extremely close--therein lies the problem. ...

War Of Rain

War of Rain by H. W. Vivian is the story of Miri. She lives in a village in the desert. Her village and another have to compete for water. Miri goes for water (rain) one day and events unfold that she never would have believed would have happened to her. Miri accidently kills a person from the other village. Right here and now Miri's life ...

Wasps in June

Author Brad Prentice reveals his remarkable imagination in the two sci-fi novellas featured in Wasps in June.  A huge swarm of wasps descends on modern-day Los Angeles. John Walsh, a reporter for a small newspaper, is on the scene.

John rushes to interview sting victims, wondering “if it was right to make a living off other people’s ...

Water Music: A Cape Cod Story

The novel Water Music. A Cape Cod Story was written by Marcia Peck, who has a personal interest in Cape Cod as it was where she spent many summers in childhood.

Through Peck's artful characterization, her characters come alive on the pages, leaving you feeling like you've encountered genuine individuals and are reading a memoir ...

Waters Plantation

Waters Plantation is a work of fiction by Myra Hargrave Mcllvain, who is also known as a “teller of Texas tales”. In her previous work, she had explored the lives of the residents of the Stein house – Amelia and Helga, two sisters who had emigrated from Germany and made a niche for themselves in Indianola, Texas. Their story continues ...

We Are Shadows: An Irish Ghost Story

"We Are Shadows: An Irish Ghost Story" by Gail Grant Park is a captivating novel perfect for fans of mystery, detective, and suspense stories with a touch of the paranormal and a wee bit of Irish lore woven into the tale's fabric.

Step into the world of Gallagher Investigations and three extraordinary Irish sisters, Moira, ...

Wet Work (Duncan Hunter Thriller)

 Mark A. Hewitt, will keep the reader unbalanced with his shockingly contemporary new novel, Wet Work. Whether a fictional prophecy or fictionalized exposé, Wet Work will challenge the reader’s political mindset. “The dark web is full of sordid stories just waiting to be used against an adversary.” Political warfare ...

What Hides Beneath

Everyone wonders what treasures are hidden out of sight when they visit a museum. Sometimes even those who work there may not know what may be discovered within the confines of their walls.

What Hides Beneath by J.L. Canfield is a thrilling tale of mystery that begins with the discovery of one such hidden treasure. Allison, an unassuming ...


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