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She lies on the cold, metal table—clad in a loose, white paper dress—waiting, waiting, waiting, as her lover claims his next victim. When Alex left the clinic that day, she thought she could move on from the rape that left her pregnant and the agonizing decision to have an abortion. That is, until the child she thought she left behind contacts her. Terrorized by mysterious phone calls and guilt, Alex feels her sanity slipping away as she becomes convinced that she must find the man who brutalized her to make a family for her dead daughter. Anti-abortion crusader Tobin Bartell wouldn’t have it any other way. As The Leader of The Movement, when he’s not organizing protests or giving speeches, he’s orchestrating a campaign of harassment against women like Alex...and plotting to kill the local abortion doctor. And Tobin has no shortage of candidates for the job: Paige wants money, Courtney wants love, Derek wants to belong. Tobin just wants it done…and it doesn’t matter to him who does it. Life. Death. Murder. It’s all the same to them. Author’s Note: Euthanasia (78,000 words) contains adult language and themes. Please keep that in mind when considering this book.
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The Last Gift is based on historical events prevalent during the Victorian era. The year is 1866. Maggie Tanner is a young girl born to an impoverished family in the slums of London. As a child she witnesses her grandmother’s death and her mother giving birth to stillborn twins. With...
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The Last Gift
By: Carla Acheson
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An unexpected phone call brings the walls of Amelia’s life crashing down around her. Her relationship with boyfriend Mark already hangs precariously in the balance when her estranged grandfather arrives unexpectedly with nothing but his journal and a broken clock. Stuck between the conflicting...
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Smashing Clocks
By: Alasdair Vale
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Tony Johnson is a studious young man planning to soon graduate from much more than high school. Although his zip code places him in a Bronx tenement pre "rise of Obama", his sights are set far beyond the trappings of a humble upbringing. Collegiate dreams combined with falling in love with a white...
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Patches of Grey
By: Roy L. Pickering Jr.
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Carry Me Home is a heartwarming story about friendship, family, love and what it all means. Dylan is a sweet teenager trying to make his way in life and trying to help others around him feel better about themselves and their place in the world. Carry Me Home is not just about a flourishing love,...
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Carry Me Home
By: Julio Reyes
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Reynolds and Ryan Publishing paid best-selling author, Jack McNamara, more than a million dollars in advanced royalties for three action-adventure novels. Only one problem: Jack cannot write a single word. Devastatingly depressed and hopelessly blocked Jack embarks on a personal journey back to the...
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A family and community become swept-up in a tempest of violence and tragedy. After John Sayre starts slipping off at odd hours from the family farm, his wife Frances begins to suspect that he’s joined a newly-revived chapter of the Ku Klux Klan. By the time their young son...
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Cicada
By: Laing J. Eric
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"...an entertaining farce about modern society, a deft, fast-paced tale that will leave self-aware readers giggling." - Publishers Weekly"...ironic, iconoclastic, and pure entertainment from first page to last."The Midwest Book Review"...full of odd...
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Music, passion, and mystery. The world's greatest composer. His personal story finally told. The novel you will never forget... The mysterious death of the nineteenth-century composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is still unsolved to this day and this unusual novel brings to life the...
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Pyotr Ilyich
By: Adin Dalton
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THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION is the winner of The Kindle Book Review's 2013 Best Indie Book Award in the suspense category. After raising her son, Ben, by herself, librarian Inga Daudelin is blindsided when he is accused of the murders of four young women. At the same time, Jean, a...
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The Answer to Your Question
By: Paulette Alden
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The story of David Herries continues...
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When Heather Jane Bell is diagnosed with alopecia and her hair starts falling out in clumps, she wants nothing more than to escape her home in London and disappear off the face of the earth. Heather gets her wish when her concerned parents send her to stay with a great-aunt in West Yorkshire. But...
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The Mist on Bronte Moor
By: Aviva Orr
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Two professional drifters, Nick Du Monde and Haggard Burns, are on the lam from anything resembling gainful employment. With a carte blanche credit line (drawn on fraudulent documents) the duo has fled life’s traditional trappings and now drifts from continent to continent in their quest for the...
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Nectar
By: gregory s dew
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There are worlds where passion means more than action. There are places where time has no meaning, and anything is possible. When a heart-broken sculptor seeks them out, existence itself may crumble under the weight of his pain. Extended Description:Charles is a sculptor of...
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Ghosts of a Tired Universe
By: Jonas Samuelle
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Meet Michael Galvin, the luckiest man in Ormskirk at the age of twenty-eight: living with the woman of his dreams and completely at ease with this outrageous slice of good fortune. So maybe he hates his job at UK Avionics, even if it isn’t the most taxing role in the world; and then there’s his...
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The Purpose Of A Man
By: Daniel Brevitt
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The start of the Arab spring, inspires Leila to summon enough courage and run away from her husband, believing that in Tahrir Square she will free herself from the shackles of her abusive marriage. An illegitimate child of an illiterate maid and a well-off doctor, Leila’s dream is to find...
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Call Me Leila
By: N.G. Hanna
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It’s a hell of an assignment: Five months on a New Mexico desert compound to cover what could be the next Jonestown. For one reporter, it could be a career-maker. But when a cult member close to him drowns herself, he flees, setting unimaginable events into motion. From the author...
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The Last Bad Job
By: Colin Dodds
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Adapted for a magnificent George Roy Hill film three years later (perhaps the only film adaptation of a masterpiece which exceeds its source), Slaughterhouse-Five (1969) is the now famous parable of Billy Pilgrim, a World War II veteran and POW, who has in the later stage of his life become...
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Slaughterhouse-Five
By: Kurt Vonnegut
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An adult conclusion to BILLABONG SECRET trilogy. For mature readers Australia's wild places are the settings for love and danger.As Jarrah and Emily protect each other from harm they develop an affinity and love for each other. Readers of romantic suspense will adore the...
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"Sleeping with a black man in the South is punishable by death in 1968." A hypnotic tale of terror and temptation, Bestselling author William Elliott Hazelgrove's Mica Highways is an emotion-packed novel that deftly captures the unique landscape of the American South. With its fierce vision...
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Mica Highways
By: William Elliott Hazelgrove
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"My heart sank. I dumped my father’s ashes in the heart of communist Vietnam – over a thousand miles from the death of his comrades – over a thousand miles from the smile of that girl. How could I have been so stupid?" Only the bumbling, overweight, thirtyish, stay-at-home...
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Beauty Rising
By: Mark W. Sasse
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The Keeper is a thought-provoking contemporary drama that explores the mysterious power of friendship and love.  The atypical romance within this PG-rated novel weaves its way through a psychological story of human relationships and social...
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The Keeper
By: R. L. Mosz
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Hope and Cameron made a five-year promise before college. Years pass and they never see each other again. But then one month before his planned wedding to Riley, Cameron looks outside and sees Hope in the pouring rain, watching him. Now, three years later, Cam has one day – a sick...
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Sick Day
By: Morgan Parker
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All mountains are the same. But some are red. And some are gray....
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A Buck in the Snow
By: Sommer Nectarhoff
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                                                   The #1 Chart-Topper in Crime Action Fiction (Kindle US)'A rip-roaring 21st century western...a relentless pursuit among the sun-scorched mountain trails of west Texas...a...
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An American Outlaw
By: John Stonehouse
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Harkening back to the writing styles and small town settings of earlier American authors – John Steinbeck, Harper Lee, and Carson McCullers - "Only the Truth" is a psychological mystery with as many twists as the country road leading to the humble home of Billy Ray Hutchins, a lonely uneducated...
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Only the Truth
By: Pat Brown
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Secrets, passion, betrayal...Coming back to his childhood home after years of absence, Ben is unprepared for the secret, which is now revealed to him: his mother, Natasha, who used to be a brilliant pianist, is losing herself to early-onset Alzheimer's, which...
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Apart From Love
By: Uvi Poznansky
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From the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAYbestselling author, Addison Moore: Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison's books, "...easy, frothy fun!" Absolutely BRILLIANT! ….hardcore and dramatic to the finest…highly recommend it to any...
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Burning Through Gravity
By: Addison Moore
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An ode to love, loss, and literature "None of what you are about to read is true," are the first words of The Girl From Tenerife, but the outpouring of raw emotion that follows gives readers good reason to suspect differently. A...
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The Girl From Tenerife
By: Bernard Schaffer
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While delivering a dubious package, a freelance courier finds himself drawn into unexpected circumstances....
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SMILE!
By: Aidan Cross
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A struggling writer searches for the great American novel, but discovers the great American antinovel. —Tenth Anniversary Edition...
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The Door Opens
By: Stefin M. Bradbury
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It was a beautiful dream; as compelling and just as any in history – yet unattainable. Realizing it meant overcoming entrenched ideological and political divisions that had split a city and the world for half a century. Then it happened; overnight and without warning. And nothing would ever be as...
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No Man's Land
By: Michael Califra
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The Light of a Bright Sun doesn't shy away from the ugliness of life, but it highlights the positive that is often born from negative circumstances. Thomas, the main character, is likable, fallible, and very, very human. Thurman P. Banks Jr. is one of the important voices of our time. He...
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The Light Of A Bright Sun (Hayward Book 1)
By: Thurman P. Banks Jr.
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Robert Bedick's new collection of nine short stories, An Argument In Favor Of Television and Other Stories, reaffirms everything we learned about him from his well-regarded first novel, Tomas. That is, he is a writer who knows how to write. From Microwave, A Love Story (On Twitter) - a story that...
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When an 8-year old orphan is driven from the paradisiacal city of Alethia by its very own divine king, he discovers a secret that will change the kingdom and the lives of all its inhabitants, including the beautiful Princess Veloria who has been promised in marriage to a distant ruler she’s never...
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Praevalere
By: T.S. Anthony
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Seymour Petrillo, Constance Powers and Irving Hanhart. Three protagonists' from vastly different backgrounds share a very public secret. One therapist who impacts them all. From Steubenville, Ohio (Petrillo) to Boardman, Ohio (Powers), to Brookline, Massachusetts (Hanhart) - the three...
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The Organ Grinder and the Monkey
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If the entire civilized world suddenly disappeared, how would you survive? Social misfit Evelyn Morrison finds herself dropped in just this situation. With only a tiny group of people left alive, including her long-time rival, Taylor, Evelyn must learn to survive as our earliest ancestors did: with...
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The Evolution of Eve
By: Sarah Ann Glen
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Three magical and mysterious short stories about art, with characters who will haunt your imagination. Sketchbooks from a forgotten painter in the Northern Catskills. A gorgeously painted image of a young woman by an artist who gave up. A tiny historical Philadelphia museum that may be comprised...
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The Art Collection: Three Short Stories
By: Carla Sarett
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Luminous violinist Kate Driscoll, and her temperamental pianist brother, Neil, try to escape a troubled family upbringing in Somerset when they are accepted to the Royal School of Music in London in 1959. There, they meet their lifelong friends and loves: Anne Curtis, a quiet cellist secretly in...
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Bravura (The Music We Made Book 1)
By: Lisa Kirazian
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Mimicing the lyricism contemporary fiction readers have grown to love in the works of Alice Seabold and David Guterson, MAX AND MENNA is the story of two siblings surviving a deplorable home life in the South. Telling the story from each of their viewpoints, Max and Menna outline their reliance on...
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Max and Menna
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*WINNER OF A SPECIAL AWARD IN THE EFESTIVAL OF WORDS BEST OF THE INDEPENDENT EBOOKS AWARDS 2012**GOODREADS UK AMAZON KINDLE FORUM BOOK OF THE MONTH**ALLIANCE OF INDEPENDENT AUTHORS BOOK OF THE MONTH**AS SEEN IN AMAZON UK VIDEO ADVERT FOR KINDLE PAPERWHITE*"This is...
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The Survival of Thomas Ford
By: John A. A. Logan
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Our lives can be changed if we take that chances that abound to do so. In this Novella Tom has lost his wife and he wants to die to be reunited with her. When a robbery goes wrong he is presented with the opportunity to do so but will he still want to when faced with the reality of the situation?...
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The Brave Festival
By: European P. Douglas
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Part Two picks up after the tragic events concluding Part One. Rachel, finding it difficult to move forward, makes a desperate choice after her high school graduation that brings her to New York City. When she finds herself longing for home, however, and dares to return, her life with Bryan...
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A Slow Twisting Place: Part Two
By: M.M. Simons
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"My love would like a red, red rose,” Luke thought, but he was wrong. Asperger’s can do that to you. Make you see things differently. Make people see you differently. Make you scare people off. How can you even begin to learn their rules when they seem to have a different one for...
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Love on the NHS
By: Matthew Formby
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To some, Heng Souk is a hero. To many he is a criminal. For Souk himself he is neither, merely a man seeking to balance what he once was, with what he now is. When the daughter of his estranged brother arrives, with her comes the possibility of atonement. Sun has come to tell him of...
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The Collection of Heng Souk
By: S.R. Wilsher
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Twenty-something Lenny Decker is a man of few plans, and he seems to like it that way. Bumming around a sleepy California beach town, Lenny appears to live a life of Zen-like slacker simplicity. His days and nights are a seemingly endless loop of visits to the local bar and pick-up basketball...
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On The Beach
By: Steve Schmale
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A hero can save a nation, but only love can save a hero. In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, the US Navy is on the ropes in the Pacific. Facing a seemingly-unstoppable Japanese juggernaut, the Americans hatch a desperate plan to turn the tide of war. Cotton and Silk is the World War II story of an...
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Cotton and Silk
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"Love is metaphysical gravity." R. Buckminster FullerA force beyond reason and the laws of nature, love draws us together in many ways. In these four short stories, four authors explore the essence of love, from practical to magical."In Her Hands," by Angela Amman, explores...
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Metaphysical Gravity
By: Angela Amman, Mandy Dawson, Cameron D. Garriepy, Kameko Murakami
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A committed Christian sifts through the conflicting pressures applied by work, family, the church and his own conscience in search of a Christ-like response to one of the world’s most hotly debated sins. Putting that response into practice, though, will test his faith in ways he never imagined....
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Working It Out
By: D. A. Greiner
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Based on true events, many investigated by the author personally, THE PLAZA was inspired by the murder of crime reporter Armando "El Choco" Rodriguez, of El Diario de Juarez. Plaza. Spanish: in Mexican culture, a slang word describing the territory of a...
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The Plaza
By: Guillermo Paxton
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And breathe. Janet Wilson is a student who reflects on the events that occurred during her trip to Africa. Upon returning home, her mind remains preoccupied with the African experience and although she is offered some answers as to why things are the way they are, she continues to dwell in...
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Agent Orchid
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