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Wantin

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 ...

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 ...

When Shmack Happens

When Shmack Happens by Amber Neben is her story about being a World Champion, Olympian and a warrior for God. Amber takes you into the life of a champion and lays it all out there--lots of hurdles, obstacles and bad experiences. Olympians have the same and different struggles in life that the ordinary "Joe" has. She so deeply wants to convey to the ...

Where the Hurt Is

“Where the Hurt Is,” by Chris Kelsey is a novel about a small town police chief, Emmett Hardy who struggles to find justice for a very disturbing murder of a young African American woman. The story takes place during the late sixties in Burr, Oklahoma, a mostly white town just east of the Texas state line.

Chief ...

Where's My Sanity

Where's My Sanity? by Claudia Sheftel-Luiz, PsyaD is a very unique and interesting approach to solving our ordinary and complex situations. The book deals with 9 different situations - so many times with therapy and mental health consultations the patient is there to be listened to and then made "right". Dr. Luiz introduces the reader to a very ...

Why Do I Feel This Way

Why Do I Feel This Way by Dina Wilcox is the story of a woman who has lost her husband to HIV and has to fight her way through all the feelings and emotions. Wilcox knows or believes she knows the time table for healing from a loss--or so people have said, "give it a year". At the end of year one, year two she doesn't feel like the books and experts ...

Why We Revolt

Why We Revolt by Victor Montori is an account of the issues and problems our nation faces in the healthcare system. Montori brings to light so many of the flaws, hindrances and absolute atrocities in the healthcare system. This book not only looks at the patient side of the issues, but also the healthcare workers and providers. Dr. Montori has honed ...

Wicked

When Dorothy triumphed over the Wicked Witch of the West in L. Frank Baum's classic tale, we heard only her side of the story. But what about her arch-nemesis, the mysterious Witch? Where did she come from? How did she become so wicked? And what is the true nature of evil? Gregory Maguire creates a fantasy world so rich and vivid that we will ...
 

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