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In the spring of 1939, Katherine Sheahan and her father, the taciturn Irishman Jesse, are looking for work in the isolated tourist town of Castlewood, Missouri, which offers bathing, gambling and adultery. Jesse gets a job as handyman and Katherine as maid at a small hotel. Jesse drinks and neglects his work and eventually disappears, abandoning his daughter. Katherine discovers the ginseng, the manroot, and other secrets of the foothills; she discovers herself as a natural healer who has inherited this gift from her Navajo Indian mother. She also has a special but unwelcome gift. She can communicate with spirits. Among the hotel s regular clientele is Judge William Reardon, a local hero who metes out justice by day, then drinks the foul taste away at night. Escaping his sterile marriage, he becomes captivated by Katherine. He is like a man reborn. Theirs is a union of like-minded souls, but a dangerous dark magic is released. Can their love survive? A powerful, haunting novel that explores the powerful themes of identity and destiny, love everlasting and its brutal twin, violence.
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Gold Medal Winner for Fiction, Readers Favorite Awards Winner, Finalist Medal for Best Action/Adventure, Next Generation Indie Book Awards Semi-Finalist for Best Mystery/Thriller, Kindle Book Awards Readers who love “thrillers with heart” will find everything they’re...
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Set in the medieval city of Durham in the north-east of England, 'Corridor Dance' describes a single day in the life of Simon Bader, a student who, following the death of a friend in the river, confronts his own inner demons and is both torn apart by them and caused to rise above them at the same...
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Corridor Dance
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AMAZON CUSTOMER REVIEWS: "One of the best anti-war novels I have read" Kevin J. Litner "Great, thrilling, and enlightening book!" Emma Parker "A heartfelt and beautifully written book" Kiarna SYNOPSIS: This is the story of Alfred Freeman, a boy who does...
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*2011 IPPY Silver Medalist in Historical Fiction* The story of Queen Isabella, who sought revenge on her husband Edward II, and her lover Sir Roger Mortimer, who masterminded the invasion that accomplished it. The marriage of Isabella of France and Edward II of...
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No one could have known the consequences when Promise disobeyed her mother on the day of her brother's funeral and ran off to the amusement park with her friends for the day. When she crosses paths with a serial rapist turned murderer on the way to Astroworld, her life is forever changed. ...
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Promise Goodday
By: CW Harvey
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Brilliantly Original. Intriguing and Compelling. Opens the mind and heart in a series of imagined worlds where the common theme is love. "Emilie Heart and Mind" is a roller coaster ride of emotion, spirituality, and delusion. A child drowns, a woman is raped, love is found, and...
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Emilie Heart and Mind
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Fiction/Inspirational 2014 National Indie Excellence Book Award Finalist Let's begin at the end. The final words from Ophelia, the narrator: "I sometimes wonder if I did it on purpose, if I consciously broke everything in my life that was working. And if so,...
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Living with Gusto
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All families have secrets, but Alice’s is something both wonderful and terrible. To most, traveling through time is little more than a dream, but for Alice, it is all too real of a nightmare. Without the ability to control the gift, it isn't until she least expects it, that she finds...
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Infinity's Daughter
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The differences between all-American midwest farm kid, Briggs Sullivan, and silver-spooned city slicker, Lucy Cartwright, are undeniable, but when they meet in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, the attraction between them is instantaneous. As they delve into a long-distance romance, Lucy’s...
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Never the Same
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Sometimes the only way to come clean is to get dirty… Jessica’s drunken one-night stand meant nothing, yet changed everything. Her boring, but loyal husband seems to be the only person who doesn’t know of her little adventure. A fact some men will use to...
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All Elle wants is a little land to call her own. And she has earned it, finding a measure of peace on a lonely isle near the bottom of the Florida Keys. But others have their own designs, especially Billy, her deadbeat, absent husband who could show up any time to claim her or maliciously destroy...
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No Name Key
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"There’s a line that runs alongside our ordinary lives, just beyond the grind of things. Jason Beem’s novel Southbound derails your ordinary life and shoots you into the thrill, rush, and dark brutal truths of gambling and racing. And he doesn’t flinch. A glorious and visceral book. I sweat...
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With the bad memories of the Cultural Revolution and a life of hard work behind them, Benfu and his treasured Calla Lily are content watching their daughters blossom—six young women who they adopted as their own. But when a clue to the whereabouts of the biological daughter they lost decades...
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Sometimes you have to lose it all to find everything...Divorced with one grown up son, George has only his retirement to look forward to. Carefully scrimping and saving for his future life of expectant ease, he gets the shock of his life when he is let go from his employment. With his...
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Mr. Psychic
By: H. Raven Rose, Dermot Davis
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My name is Bash You may look at me and think my life is perfect. It is anything but. I’m not like normal people. Happiness doesn’t come easy for me. I wake up hoping that each day is my last. You learned about Bash in The Last Thing. Now relive the...
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Bash (Hollywood Timelines)
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Based on true events, Elizabeth Street is a multigenerational saga that opens in an Italian village in the 1900's, and crosses the ocean to New York's Lower East Side. At the heart of the novel is Giovanna, whose family is targeted by the notorious Black Hand -the precursor to the Mafia....
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Elizabeth Street
By: Laurie Fabiano
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The National BestsellerWith war threatening to spread from Europe to England, the sleepy village of Crowmarsh Priors settles into a new sort of normal: Evacuees from London are billeted in local homes. Nightly air raids become grimly mundane. The tightening vice of rationing curtails...
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War Brides
By: Helen Bryan
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Cat’s Cradle (1963) is Vonnegut's most ambitious novel, which put into the language terms like "wampeter", "kerass" and "granfalloon" as well as a structured religion, Boskonism and was submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for a Master's Degree in anthropology, and in its sprawling...
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Cat's Cradle
By: Kurt Vonnegut
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It’s 1981 and Belfast is burning. So, too, is freshly widowed Bessie Halstone: she burns with a desire to break with her troubled past. With her feckless husband gone, she leaves home hurriedly with her naughty nine-year-old son, Herkie, and not much else. The Dentist, an IRA enforcer, is on...
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The Disenchanted Widow
By: Christina McKenna
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From the internationally bestselling author of Last Train to Istanbul.Ever since Nimeta was a child, she’d done exactly what was expected of her. She married a responsible man she met in college, had two children, and established a busy journalism career—and there was no reason...
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Rose of Sarajevo
By: Ayse Kulin
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"Hyde has a sure touch with affairs of the heart." -Publishers Weekly "Thanks to Catherine Ryan Hyde's unwavering brilliance, 'Walter's Purple Heart' is a clear-cut gem." -Kelly Milner Halls, The Denver Post From the bestselling author of DON'T LET ME GO and PAY IT...
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Walter's Purple Heart
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By the bestselling author of DON'T LET ME GO and PAY IT FORWARD, FUNERALS FOR HORSES is a deeply felt and heartrending story of redemption and love, disappearance and faithfulness. Ella Ginsberg’s brother Simon has disappeared. His clothing, shoes and watch were found abandoned near...
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Funerals for Horses
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Within the glittering Hapsburg court in Prague lurks a darkness of which no one dares speak… In 1606, the city of Prague shines as a golden mecca of art and culture carefully cultivated by Emperor Rudolf II. But the emperor hides an ugly secret: His bastard son, Don Julius, is...
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Somewhere people act normal -- but not in the Downy Mount Mobile Home Park, where recently widowed Marfa Bacot lives with her mother-in-law Lulu, who cleans from hell to breakfast and has her make-up tattooed on so she's always ready for the rapture. As if it's not crazy enough inside the trailer,...
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Old Girls in Low Cotton (Kindle Single)
By: Helen Childress
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Jim does his work. Bubba pays him well. Things go smoothly until Jim thinks about quitting. He soon finds out he's only allowed to do so on Bubba's terms. A short story from John LaTorre, author of Amazon Breakthrough Novel contest Quarter-finalist, Yokai Blues....
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Jim's Job
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With news of her daddy’s death, August Abney returns to her messy roots in Charleston, South Carolina. Despite melodramatic efforts to leave town, the past clings to her like kudzu. While tending to her daddy's estate, she discovers information that may bring closure to her family's tawdriest...
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Kudzu Gypsy: A Novella
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Two young girls. One black. One white. An unlikely friendship blossoms against the backdrop of war and prejudice in the Australian outback. The Dingo Cave becomes their magic place away from a cruel and barren world - a place where cultures hold hands and learn from one another in surprising and...
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The Dingo Cave
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Poor Man's Speech is a collection of short stories by bestselling author of the Behind the Spiritual Line series.This collection blends elements of poverty and social ills which creates a powerful collection of stories of the human spirit....
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What happens when you have lyrics but no songs? Poetry. Explore each and every poem as each one will take you on an unprecedented journey. Witness the Ancient Egyptian Mythology in a unique light, follow the Darkness to Enlightenment, pass the ones inspired by Horror and Adventure...
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"I had been forced out of my adolescence by the cruelty of existence. But the world was being forced out of its ancient innocence by the cruelty of man." Oscar Miggiani has lost his mother in a traffic accident. Despite his father being the British High Commissioner to Malta there is...
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The Last Adolescence
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On an Odyssean journey from Los Angeles to Mexico, a mute man finds a home in a country he doesn’t belong to, and a stubborn Mexican immigrant rediscovers the family she left behind. The Last Line of a Goat Song, tells the story of William Thornton and Maggie Cruz. Crippled by a...
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The Last Line of a Goat Song
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Dan Martyn never forgave his father for remarrying after the death of his mother, Marie. New half-siblings complicate the family dynamic and father and son clash often. Unwilling to take a "handout" job from his father's Baltimore shipping company, Dan leaves home, attends night school and works as...
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The Inheritance
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As well as being highly enjoyable, Otgur's tales are works of very real philosophical exploration. These five imaginative stories ("Dreamwise," "The Mirage in the Desert," "The Primordial Depression," "A Patron for a Painter," and "The Prison of Poverty") range over such subjects as the permanence...
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Dreamwise and Other Stories
By: Zerrin Otgur
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A novella set in Sixties Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco. The flavor of the street and city with all its warts and beauty marks. "People get ready there's a train acomin'," was the Curtis Mayfield byword. What was it really like to be there?...
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The Spaniel's Bark
By: Penny Skillman
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A homeless man who wreaked terror mixed with cannibalism. A sinister turn-around during the last day of Jose Rizal. A seemingly innocent boy who is the Devil encapsulated. This is a collection of eight horror stories set in Philippine soil, of what might happen in your somnolence--in your...
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Somnolence
By: Bryan Salazar
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"Was it possible to feel nostalgic about something that had never happened to him, possible for nostalgia to be taken in by the body as a free pathogen to infect the consciousness with stray sentiments? Perhaps, in his dreams, he had traveled back in time, or even drifted into another dimension of...
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Six Lives Six Stories In this powerful, pint-sized debut, author Ashton James Morris explores a world in which the veil separating the metaphysical and the physical world is frequently blurred. His flavorful prose dives straight into the pool of emotion of six unassuming...
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Six Lives Past Sundown
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"Assumptions" is a short story/memoir about the relationship between a young boy and an alcoholic woman in the latter years of her life. In September of 2013, the author was selected as a Finalist for the Tuscany Prize in Fiction for this short story....
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"Assumptions," a Short Story
By: James Mulhern
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When Matthias Bates decided he would attend the University of Education he had no idea it would mean a head first dive into attention deficit drugs. Meanwhile, Phillip is a rising star in the youth soccer scene, until he has his face smashed in. What do they have in common? A small half-white,...
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ADD(icted)
By: Andrew M. Bartlett
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A delightful collection of stories, narratives, poems and aesthetic experiences....
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Party to the dream
By: Robert Ravensbergen
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Bartleby's Burden is a literary response to Herman Melville's famous and well-disputed short story "Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street." It is a version of events as told from the eyes of Bartleby himself, a mysterious scrivener whose singular and perplexing line "I would prefer not...
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Bartleby's Burden: A Short Story
By: C. R. Vincent
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Selected by Amazon's editors as a Best Book of the Month in Literature & Fiction, December 2012In the mid-19th century, Leonie Monroe Russell works alongside her husband, Junius, an oysterman in Shoalwater Bay in the Pacific Northwest. At night she ...
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Bone River
By: Megan Chance
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Too often, the victim at the center of a murder mystery is tangential to the story being told—it’s hard to care that they’re dead. Mark Crichton is no such man, and Intersections is not that novel. At first blush, when Mark is killed on a hot night in St. Louis, he seems to be a familiar...
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Intersections
By: Susan Sample
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A young man loses his soul--literally. Can his lover help him hunt it down it and make him whole again? Or will she discover that even her love cannot reunite man and moral compass? A literary fable for our time....
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New 2013 translation by Anne Thompson of Alfred Döblin’s masterpiece set in 1920’s Berlin during the jazz and music-hall era of the Roaring Twenties. Franz Biberkopf is released after four years in prison for killing his girl-friend in a fit of rage. He makes a vow that he will go...
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Berlin Alexanderplatz
By: Alfred Döblin
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A 60 year old secret comes to light, when Diane LeNell agrees to let her doctor use hypnosis. She recalls a memory of her birthmother, a twenty year old woman of Scottish royalty. Lady Mariel Conners dies moments after giving birth to Diane. A Nun at the hospital believes it's a sign from God. She...
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Private Drive (A Novel)
By: Sue Ludahl
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Severely depressed, middle aged man tries to commit suicide and fails. He ends up in a mental care facility. While there, he narrates back and forth between his views of all aspects of the world and life and intriguing dialogue between he and the people he converses with at the facility. This story...
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Views from the Asylum
By: George Hiegel
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Everyday life is more terrifying and bizarre than vampires or zombies. A potent narcotic called Routine numbs you from its primordial strangeness. The seven stories in this collection peel away the thick callus of familiarity, revealing the world in all its raw horror. Got...
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Eyes of the Lotus Pod: Existential Horror Stories
By: Petronius Jablonski
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Excerpts is a compilation of synopses and, of course, Excerpts taken from James T. Barrett novels. They are also available at http://www.bestcrimewriter.com...
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James T. Barrett Excerpts
By: James T. Barrett
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Autumnal is a short story.On holiday in the West Country, our narrator and his wife come across a country mansion, the history of which is enigmatic, the owners of which are mysterious and the occupants of which are strangely unsettling.One can ask all the questions one likes, but will...
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Autumnal
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