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Race For The Mind

by Daniel G Welch
5.0 stars – 70 reviews
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A story about the audacious challenge to defeat one of our greatest socio-economic threats – Alzheimer’s disease – and how the medical community and the pharmaceutical industry rise to face it. The pressure and enormous stakes of the Race for the Mind expose the most noble and misguided aspects of our humanity.

Dr. Darya Rostov, one of the greatest minds of a generation is stricken with Alzheimer’s disease – she represents the 50 million people who are currently making their long journey into the night. Jack Callahan is the CEO of BioNeura, a San Francisco biotech company developing what could be the first breakthrough for patients like Darya. Dr. Nathaniel Shah, a brilliant neurologist rises to run SNS, a rival company based in Geneva, Switzerland and hides a terrifying secret. The plot tracks Callahan and Shah, each driven by very different things and their struggle within themselves and with each other. It should be all about the patients like Rostov – but alas, we’re all human – and that sometimes gets in the way.

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Rebels and Patriots: Space Marines and an imperial investigator, racing to head off a galactic empire war.

by A.G. Claymore
4.5 stars – 51 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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The Imperium is our species’ greatest achievement…
…and it’s dying.
The very institution that ties us together, keeps us safe from the Grays, is teetering on the brink. The great senatorial families vie for dwindling scraps, using every trick in their arsenal to gain advantage.
Inspector Paul Grimm’s best friend has been framed for a murder that, technically, he did commit. Paul must follow the trail before it goes cold to find out who’s behind this latest attack on the powerful Nathaniel family.
To clear his friend’s name, Paul heads out to the Rim where Imperial colonies sit uncomfortably close to territory claimed by the Gray Quorum. In his desperate race to unravel the plot, he’s pulled into a web of intrigue along with Colonel Julia Urbica of the Imperial Marines. Julia’s local, irregular troops prefer to enforce the Emperor’s peace by finding trouble before it finds them and they adopt Paul’s task for reasons of their own.
Events escalate at every step, and Paul’s mission to help a friend is dwarfed by a threat to the very fabric of Imperial life. He must walk the knife’s edge between peace and outright war with an advanced alien species.
But then, perhaps war is just what the Imperium needs. The current peace has a stench of decay about it.

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Decker’s Fate (The Decker Brothers Trilogy Book 1)

by K. R. Richards
4.2 stars – 32 reviews
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Officer Mike Decker has strict rules when it comes to women and dating, but what is it about Jade Murphy that makes him break every single one?

Decker is particular and prefers to take things slow where relationships are concerned. Rules and structure keep him safe on his job and in his personal life.
Jade has been focusing on her new business, White Magic, a metaphysical healing center. The young widow hasn’t thought much about dating.

When Jade literally runs into Decker in front of a local coffee shop, neither one has any idea that their meeting will draw in a powerful demon connected to a forgotten family curse that goes back to ancient Ireland. Together, they must try to find a way to defeat the demon.

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Blind Eye

by Meg Lelvis
4.7 stars – 31 reviews
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The ultimate betrayal. What would you do?Hard-nosed Detective Jack Bailey is back in Chicago with a serial killer on his hands. At first Jack figures the murder of Sister Anne is a robbery gone bad. But when a Bible verse turns up with the body, he and his partner realize this is no random murder. The Bridgeport community is shocked; the popular nun taught generations of students. Within two weeks a young man’s body is found with a similar Bible verse. What is the connection between the two victims? And who is the so-called Bible Thumper perp?Jack’s investigation is complicated by a demanding sergeant whose attractiveness is overshadowed by her abrasiveness. Moving back to Chicago after escaping to Texas for six years has forced Jack to face the family trauma that plagued him for twelve years, as well as his PTSD that compromised his job. Jack finds his large Irish family both a pleasure and a pain; when he discovers a buried family secret, his future could be affected.

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Red Hot Romeo (The Royal Romeos Book 1)

by Jenny Gardiner
4.2 stars – 25 reviews
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Love the wine you’re with…

Alessandro Romeo is burned out after finally extricating himself from a nearly year-long relationship with a hot-tempered Italian model who set fire to his Lamborghini when she suspected him of cheating. He’s sworn off the fairer sex and instead spends his waking hours overseeing the expansion of his family’s hugely successful winery in the magnificent hills of Chianti, where he is happy to never see a model again, let alone date one.

American supermodel Taylor McFarland might be blond, but she sure isn’t dumb. And she’s smart enough to know to avoid the shallow men who seem to migrate toward her type, the ones who presume that models are the wild women of the fashion industry who happily discard men like used tissues.

Only Taylor’s not that type at all; instead, she’s intent on using the influence her position affords her to help those less fortunate than she.
But when her good deeds means clashing with the quintessential heartless Italian player who she’d heard left model Gia Sandretti at the altar, well, she will happily give him a piece of her mind, and certainly not a piece of her heart.

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A Tide of Ice (The Citadel of the Last Gathering Book 2)

by Erin L. Snyder
5.0 stars – 3 reviews
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A New Land. A New Gate. An Age of Steel and Blood.

Alaji has seen impossible wonders and faced incredible dangers in places beyond imagination. She has already traveled in time over a thousand years, but she is about to learn that is less than a heartbeat in the life of the world. To reach the Citadel of the Last Gathering, her journey will need to take on a far grander scale, one where geology changes like the seasons, where nothing is constant.

Now she finds herself in an era where imperious wizards create powerful monsters and unleash them upon the lands of their enemies. But these threats may be nothing compared to the men and women who are able to thrive in such harsh times.

A Tide of Ice continues the story begun in A Count of Five. It is the second novel in the series, The Citadel of the Last Gathering.

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The Elvish Prophecy (The Paladin Chronicles Book 1)

by Neil Port
4.3 stars – 65 reviews
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850 years ago the once mighty Western Elves were fatally weakened by the sacking of Elvish Troia and then almost totally destroyed by a cataclysmic invasion of barbarian hordes that came soon after. They now remain only in scattered settlements in the Black Sea region of Anatole (Greek Turkey).
The Eastern Elves hold the last of the elf cities, the magnificent mountain fortress of Elgard to the east and to the north of Anatole.
But the Elves are fading. The have lost almost all their magic. They no longer live longer than humans and each year they have fewer and fewer children.
Not only that. Their world is on the cusp of an invasion by the unbeatable Makedóne army from the west and the appearance of a new and far more dangerous barbarian far to the East.
The final destruction of the Elves has been foretold two thousand years before, and now the time is all but upon them.
Only through an ancient prophecy can they be saved, but it will require every bit of love, sacrifice and courage that a group of extraordinary people have to give. An Elf Princess of the Eastern Elves, an eleven-year-old gypsy orphan girl, and a mercenary tribesman are the first to be called.
They must unite in a desperate search through Anatole for the key to the survival of the Elves, but first they have to stay alive!
A sword and Sorcery Epic Fantasy set in the ancient middle east (18+)

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End of Eternity

by Loretta Lost
3.7 stars – 324 reviews
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You never really know the person you’ve married… until it’s too late.

Pregnant heiress Carmen Winters goes into shock when she comes home to find her husband hanging from a chandelier. Her immediate thoughts concern whether she should snap a photo for social media.

As she gathers her wits, she begins to question the events surrounding her husband’s death. Carmen’s quest to understand the suicide is complicated by her difficult pregnancy and aggressive advances from her late husband’s best friend.

When Carmen discovers information about her husband that makes her realize her entire life was a lie, she finds herself drowning and needing desperately to lean on someone for support. Feeling vulnerable and lost, she gets entangled in a dangerous relationship and is unprepared for the consequences…
One man may hold the key to her salvation, while another seems bent on her destruction.

**********This is the first book of a series.**********

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Mail Order Bride – Montana Adventure: Historical Cowboy Romance Novel (Echo Canyon Brides Book 3)

by Linda Bridey
4.9 stars – 62 reviews
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Billy and Nina meet unexpectedly while returning to Echo Canyon. While on their adventure, they fall in love and wind up getting married. Will their love keep burning bright or will it go up in an inferno and die?

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