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by Lee Fullbright
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“In The Angry Woman Suite, author Lee Fullbright weaves an intricate, complex, multi-generational story of significant depth.

This novel is told through the eyes of three characters. Aidan is a man who witnesses the consequences of terrible dysfunction between several families in a small east coast community. Francis, the product of that dysfunction, flees to the west coast and becomes the wholly unfit stepfather to the final narrator, a young girl named Elyse. The story opens with Elyse in the 1950s. From there, Fullbright slowly and masterfully moves back and forth to different times between 1900 and the 1960s to reveal the horrific story of the Grayson family and those they touched in their small community. The title of the book comes from a series of mysterious portraits that portray Francis’ mother, Magdalene Grayson. However, that title could apply to almost every woman in this novel, while most of the men are depicted as damaged by that anger. To add to the richness, Fullbright liberally laces recurring references to game strategy, to a particular battle in our war for independence, and to the theme that things are never what they seem. Finally, Fullbright fills the plot with enough unexpected twists to keep the reader in suspense till the very end.

[...] The Angry Woman Suite really should not be missed.” -San Francisco Book Review 
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A hung Electoral College vote turns the routine transfer of presidential power into a high-stakes poker game. Inauguration day is approaching fast and our government is locked in a hopeless, 3-way Constitutional tug of war between a stubborn Congress, overreaching Supreme Court and the popular, but...
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Power Games: Operation Enduring Unity I
By: Richard Peters
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"I was eaten, plain and simple. It felt like being burned alive, like every cell in my body was exploding. Then everything stopped—my breathing, my pain, my heart . . ." The Innocent is an intensely passionate lyrical novel and modern myth, at once a coming of...
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The Innocent: A Myth
By: Candice Raquel Lee
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On December 26, 2004 the earth erupted under the waters of the Indian Ocean.For Canadian aid worker Ayla Harris, her first overseas mission to post-tsunami Indonesia presents the perfect opportunity for escape. A failed romance with a married man and a strained relationship with her...
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Gold And Fishes
By: Donna Carrick
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"Author Tom Winton's words captivate; painting vivid scenes which leap from the page to the mind, exciting every sense with tantalizing description. He masterfully weaves the reader in and out between a dream-like state and harsh reality." A boxed set of two novels and a novella from...
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Seeking safety from everyday dangers for his family, Dex finds life in the countryside holds danger, too. [SHORT STORY: approximately 18 pages.]...
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Derivative
By: Esme Hart
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An awful tragedy disrupted the otherwise peaceful life of Jim Morris, a repairman at a roofing and siding company in Missouri. His young daughter, Ruth, died after being hit by a car when she ran into the street to chase after a ball she had thrown to the family dog. Jim tries to cope with his...
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The Realm of Possibility
By: Dan DalMonte
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I guess you'll expect me to start by saying something like, it all started when, but I won't do that because to tell you the truth I have no clue how it all started. The only thing I do remember was work and then me deciding not to work again. And it wasn’t like I had a bad job; it was a good job...
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God of All My Creation
By: Vartan Mansuryan
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In the dawning years of the 20th century, Bessie Daniels leaves her home town of Hot Springs and travels east over the mountains to live with her new husband Fletcher Elliott in the Broad River section of North Carolina. Bess and Fletch stay with Fletcher’s parents for the first five...
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Moonfixer (Appalachian Journey)
By: CC Tillery, Caitlyn Hunter, Christy Tillery French
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Written like a suite in eight movements, Pieces is a novel about music, with leitmotifs, repetitions, counterpoint, harmony and disharmony. The story begins in Oklahoma with a five-year-old violin prodigy who has perfect pitch and a remarkable teacher named Tosca. The following movements, or...
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A self-loathing tale of redemption for the Hunter of Men. “I am an Army recruiter. My wife knows and finally accepts this, but my mother still thinks I’m a regular soldier doing dangerous things in dangerous places. She’s proud and it’s better for her nerves than telling the truth…...
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The Hunter
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Estelle "Star" Falconé, a thirty-year-old tattooed bartender, was once a free-spirited dreamer who dabbled in astrology for fun and secretly dreamed of becoming a rock-star some day. Twenty-one-year-old Shane Harper was once the star of his high school basketball team. With a full...
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The Heart Knows What the Heart Wants
By: Lori L. Clark
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Pete Johnson has a serious problem and he knows it. It could kill him. He just doesn’t know what it is. As a happy-go-lucky advertising copywriter in Manhattan, Pete is content to do his work and carouse with his buddies, but the rustic arm of his rural boyhood finds a way to reach through...
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Killing the Squirrel
By: Bruce Dennler
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Would you retrace your parents' footsteps into a rustic past?Forsythia is more familiar with subways than with milk cows, but she always dreamed of visiting the intentional community where she was conceived. Now the farm will be sold sight unseen if she doesn't find a way to...
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In this critically acclaimed novel of historical fiction, Juliet Gael portrays the poignantly courageous life of Charlotte Brontë, the woman who transformed her heart’s loss into one of the most enduring literary works of all time – Jane Eyre. Despite two offers of marriage,...
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Romancing Miss Bronte: A Novel
By: Juliet Gael, Janice Graham
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The Babi Yar Chapter is an historically complete, precise and definitive account of what took place at the massacre of more than 30,000 people in Babi Yar ravine, Kiev, Ukraine on September 29–30, 1941 by Nazi SS Einsatzgruppen (Special Task Forces). This Babi Yar Chapter is taken...
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Praise for Lyn Coffin's Writing: "Lyn Coffin... respects the contours of reality and gives us, in a most unusual form, a story about illusion and self-deception." --Joyce Carol Oates, about Coffin's story "Falling Off the Scaffold", published in The Best American Short Stories 1979 ...
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Counting the Wounds
By: Lyn Coffin
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When Olive MacKennan and her best friend Jax move to Hollywood, she has one goal in mind- becoming a star. Having Alli, a daughter with Autism, changes Olive's focus. After having her heart broken twice she is determined to raise Alli on her own. She doesn't need a man in her life. A...
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Stars in the Sand: book #1 of The Sands series
By: Cindy Stringer Wismer
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MARTINIS AT DAWN: Tough. Absurd. No-nonsense. Outrageously funny.Never totally useless. Enter Tiny Tim's tavern, in an abandoned sorghum field in Tampa, and you'll meet: Rags Jones, Tampa's 24-hour drunk ex-detective, and his pals, Pastor Horace Poole, the Vietnam Vet and Pastor...
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MARTINIS AT DAWN
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Everybody knows that Jorn Utzon did not use luck to design Sydney's famous Opera House, the Queen Victoria Building was never the centre of a budding microstate on the North Shore, and that Governor and Mrs Macquarie were not cross-dressers. Everyone, that is, except the protagonist of Impossible...
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Impossible the Next
By: Paul Karp
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Each morning in the hour before dawn, a silent boat launches on the Bosphorous, moving swiftly into the deepest part of the waters halfway between Europe and Asia, where a man will die…The Drowning Guard is the tale of the Ottoman princess, Esma Sultan—one of the most...
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What are the memories that will define you when you're gone? It is said that when you die your brain stays active for seven minutes, in which time you relive your most prominent memories. 'The Collector' of these memories has the most interesting story of all to tell. By...
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Seven Minutes
By: Jay Stritch
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Margaret Sullivan dines with politicians, rebels, and spies. She is an admired journalist with the Chicago Tribune publishing under a male nom de plume. Her unscrupulous husband is a prominent attorney and power broker with aspirations of his own. They are well-connected members of...
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For the Love of Ireland
By: Judy Leslie
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The Misremembered Man is a beautifully rendered portrait of life in rural Ireland which charms and delights with its authentic characters and gentle humor. This vivid portrayal of the universal search for love brings with it a darker tale, heartbreaking in its poignancy....
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The Misremembered Man
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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
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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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Sergeant Lance Smith lost his men in Afghanistan, lost his wife to divorce, and came home to an empty life. He expected to come home with his best friend, Jared. That didn’t happen either. There is one thing he needs to do. He’d promised Jared he would visit his sister if anything happened to...
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In A Field of Oranges
By: Kristen James
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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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Have you ever been on a train, bus, metro/subway -- or any other shared space with strangers -- and started to wonder what that man right next to you is thinking? Did you ever start to think or hope that maybe your temporary neighbor was somehow sharing your thoughts and/or desires? Ever sensed...
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City Solipsism: A Short Story
By: Zack Love
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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
By: Justin Fenech
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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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Book Two in The Perseid Collapse Post Apocalyptic SeriesThe critically acclaimed, post-apocalyptic saga continues...With Boston collapsing faster than Alex Fletcher predicted, his personal rescue mission deep into the heart of an increasingly...
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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
By: Meredith Greene
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Most witches don’t work for police departments, but Michelle isn’t your average witch. She’s clanless, looking for a warlock who isn’t offended by her lack of family connections, and in danger of losing her job if she can’t find the escaped trolls before they start eating the local...
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Witch for Hire
By: N. E. Conneely
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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
By: Ashton James Morris
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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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Shadows of Innocence is a riveting first novel from Brabazon Blake-Hume. The novel explores and portrays the innocence of a child Turlough McDermot and the innocence of all his friends, acquaintances and family. Set in Newtownbarry, a 1940s rural Irish village the novel is a stark contrast to Frank...
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Shadows of Innocence
By: Brabazon Blake-Hume
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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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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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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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Mr. Berger has spent thirty-four years keeping his life as empty as possible. His job title as a closed accounts registrar doesn’t spark much interest, and his cautious flirtation with a woman at his company was cut short upon her engagement to another man. This doesn’t bother him, however,...
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A ten step hilarious guide written in sarcastic humor on funny ways a woman can make mistakes and mess up her life and make things more difficult for herself. This book is not intended to be taken seriously but if you pay attention to the foolish situations that the writer depicts, you can do the...
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