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A Better Place: A Memoir of Peace in the Face of Tragedy

This year we have seen an endless series of gun related-deaths in the United States, A Better Place responds to this growing epidemic by sharing the captivating and inspiring TRUE story of this very personal experience. Appealing both to true-crime readers as well as the self help crowd, Poblete puts the entirety of life in wise perspective, reminding ...

A Different Life

"A Different Life" by Rhonda Nelson is a deeply evocative memoir chronicling the memories and rare artifacts of Rhonda Nelson's life and as the wife of rock and roll legend, Wayne Nelson. Rhonda’s husband was the lead singer and bass player of the "Little River Band." This was a band of true musicians, true troubadours, ...

A Dog Named Tulip

A very sweet book written by twin twelve year old girls. It is about a little girl that loves to give her mom gifts. This book is about a Mother's Day gift. A very sweet read and one that will be enjoyed by the youngest of readers. Those still read to by Mom will love this book. These two young ladies did a great job--let's watch for them in the future.

A Grave Misunderstanding: A Simon Grave Mystery

Len Boswell’s “ A Grave Misunderstanding” published by Black Rose Writing is a classic whodunit with enough twists and turns to keep you guessing to the end. Boswell’s easy writing style and outlandish characters make for a fun read that is difficult to put down.

The story opens with Detective Simon Grave studying ...

A GUIDE TO BARS AND NIGHTLIFE IN THE SACRED CITY

HOW TO FIND SPIRITUALITY IN A BOTTLE: SEEKING THE MEANING OF LIFE IN BARS AROUND THE WORLD September 8, 2014 - Surveys show that fewer Americans are looking to organized religion, to churches, to pastors, priests, or rabbis, to meet their spiritual needs. But they haven't given up on spirituality. What is the new frontier for spiritual yearning, ...

A Life Unbroken

An intense, seemingly ripped-from-the-headlines tale that sizzles from page one, A Life Unbroken features protagonist Dr. Alexandra McKay. At 26 years old, Alex McKay has it all: a successful career as a plant scientist, a happy, comfortable home she shares with Abby, her beloved canine companion, and a burgeoning romance with Ryan Stinson. Alex?s life ...
 

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