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Confessions of a Self Help Writer

Confessions of a Self Help Writer by Benjamin DeHaven is a work of fiction--based on non fiction. DeHaven and Enzo have a very long history and relationship. Michael Enzo is a ghost writer for self help books. He has written many and at times has written books for those who don't even know he has written them. Enzo lives quite the life--drugs, ...

Contract City

Contract City by Mark Falkin is set in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2021. Sara P Chrisite is a young girl living in Tulsa (a privitized city) with aspirations to move to LA and attend film school. Her camera is with her at all times-ready to shoot anything that might aid Sara in attaining her dreams. There is a tag - WH2RR?? popping up everywhere in Tulsa and ...

Cottonwood

Western epic, black comedy and soft porn are cleverly spliced in this genre-bending offering from Phillips (The Walkaway; The Ice Harvest), which relates the experiences of Bill Ogden, sometime farmer, sometime saloon-owner, sometime photographer in 1870s Kansas. Ogden, 27, is a self-taught Greek and Latin scholar and a sexual libertine capable of ...

Cries In the Wind

Cries in the Wind by Judy Bruce is the story of cold criminal cases. Attorney Megan Docket is delving into the information gathered about the murders of two women. These murders happened many many years before, but that does not deter Megan from digging and trying to put the pieces together to solve the murders. This is even true when the case takes ...

Crow and the Cave

Crow and the Cave by John Bradford Branney is a story of life in the prehistoric time of 8700 B.C. In his novel, we experience the dramatic interaction between different bands of humans as they attempt to coexist or vanquish those foreign to them. The main character in Branney’s novel is “Hoka” who early in the book is ...

Crystal Gardens

Evangeline Ames has rented a country cottage far from the London streets where she was recently attacked. Fascinated by the paranormal energy of nearby Crystal Gardens, she finds pleasure in sneaking past the wall to explore the grounds. And when her life is threatened again, she instinctively goes to the gardens for safety.

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