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Sessions, B.J. Thompson

Would you sacrifice your soul to see into the mind of a serial killer for seven days? Justice will be served, but never before like this. Sessions, a mind-bending psychological noir, delves into the minds of two women as they go head-to-head in seven therapy sessions, taking the terms “treatment” and “killer” and flipping them

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Kathryn Kelly: The Moll Behind Machine Gun Kelly, Barbara Casey

Kathryn Kelly: The Moll Behind Machine Gun Kelly is a biography of the woman who made a career of crime. With a lust for danger, she masterminded the crimes that took her and her husband, and others who included her own mother and stepfather, on a spree across Minnesota, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Texas. Starting with smaller

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Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout, Peggy Tietz

Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout: A Kid’s Guide to Feelings is an essential guidebook for adults in helping children identify and understand their emotions. Each of the eight emotions is clearly defined thorough vignettes and illustrations, keeping both adult and child captivated, thus creating an opportune time for discussion. By recognizing that all humans

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Âmes Brisées, Ella Shawn

He’s looking for control. She’s looking for freedom. What they find are the broken pieces of each other. Since Jonathan Ellis left his hometown at the age of 17, he was considered an adult by the courts. He had wealth, intelligence, looks, and enough sexual experience to satisfy any woman he chose. The life he

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Demons and Hellholes, Eleanor Rousseau

The Grimmers are a group of some of the most powerful supernaturals in the city. Their reputation isn’t one that’s easy to live up to, so when Kia is tasked with retrieving a dangerous magical artifact, she jumps at the chance to prove herself.  To find the artifact she’ll have to earn the trust of

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Liquid Death, Mitzi C

HER BLOOD COULD SAVE THE WORLD…  KANDI is a 19-year-old girl who harbors extreme social anxiety as a result of past torture and certain uncanny abilities. The last place she wants to be is anywhere near people. JUAN is an 18-year-old boy born to an underage, single mother. His dreams of a brighter future were

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Discovering Sanity, Emma Janson

Jack and Jill Reed never dreamed of running a mental health facility. Far from it. They were nerdy hippies who were better suited to be flower growers. But as life happened and dreams changed, and by way of unforeseen circumstances, they found themselves at the helm of one of the most unique mental health facilities

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Future World Rolls!, Terry Tumbler

This Space Opera is set to Rock n’ Roll and classical music, many of the songs being entirely original and composed by the author. It starts in the mid-20th century with two talented FBI Special Agents being tasked with recruiting people to undertake a really unusual mission. In the process, they are themselves abducted to

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Shadow Resistance, B.J. Cyprian

In this intriguing, page-turning, and slyly humorous tale, readers will find themselves pulling for three unforgettable women confronted with an unusual opportunity to address age-old social, political, racial, and economic hot-button topics. Dominique “Dom” Samuels is a wealthy, reclusive computer genius living a life full of anxiety evoked by tragedy. Her acute awareness of the

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Sweet Unholy Revenge, Andrea L. Smith

Temptation knocked on Anya Sterling’s door. The loyal, supportive pastor’s wife was ripe to succumb. Her vow to remain at her husband’s side weakened due to his neglect. Time to take matters into her own hands. A short affair might just be what she needed. Dean was out for revenge. He met Anya, who seemed

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The Elf Who Didn’t Like Christmas, Jessie L. Best

It was a lonely trek through a howling blizzard!  Feeling left out of Santa’s busy preparations for Christmas, Ralph, Santa’s smallest elf, decides to run away from his very first Christmas at Santa’s. When he packs his suitcase and leaves, he finds himself running right into a terrific snowstorm! This is the tale of Ralph’s

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The One Apart, Justine Avery

Only one obstacle stands in his way of enjoying a normal life. He remembers—every life he’s lived before. Tres is about to be born… with the biggest burden any has ever had to bear. He is beginning again—as an ageless adult trapped in an infant body. He and his teenage mother face life filled with

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Freamhaigh, Donald D. Allan

Freamhaigh concludes the Will Arbor storyline in the New Druids series of epic fantasy novels. The realm of Belkin is now in open civil war. The southern county of Turgany rises up to try to defeat the self-proclaimed President and end his tyrannical rule. Will Arbor, Freamhaigh to the druids, must find a way to

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Poetic Visions, Gary Simmons

This is a rare and epic poem on the emotion of love and deep affection. In a world conflicted with heartbreaks, lies, cheating, jilting, and backstabbing, the poem goes a long way in healing unseen wounds and patching up sored invisible heart injuries.  Love they say is a beautiful thing, hence the poet with his

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Party Apocalypse, D.M. Draper

Retired biker, Marshal Bailey, was looking for redemption from a self-ruined past. After serving a prison sentence, he found his calling as a children’s entertainer. As a birthday clown, he enjoyed moderate success and was slowly piecing his life together, until a zombie outbreak struck the city.  After getting bit by a girl at a

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Rebecca’s Hope, Kimberly Grist

Raised by her guardian and influenced by the mostly male population of Carrie Town Texas, Rebecca benefited from a forward-thinking, unorthodox education not typical for a young woman in the late Nineteenth century. As an adult, she is armed with skills that most would covet, yet she lives in a boarding house, works as a

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Awakening, Jackie Goldman

Is it possible that the entirety of one’s life has been steered by the hand of fate towards a single moment? For Brooklyn French program teacher – and single parent of two- Tess Shapiro, it would certainly seem so. After discovering that her life and her marriage were artificial constructs based on lies and deceit,

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson

Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her uncle is convinced it was murder – and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist

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The Gentlemen’s Club, Erika Rhys

A woman down on her luck Big city success is Ilana’s lifelong dream. But when a tough economy derails her plans, she needs to find work fast—to stay in New York, finish her MBA, and pay for her mother’s surgery. With her bank account sinking and her desperation rising, Ilana takes a job at Manhattan’s

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Vanished?, Christer Tholin

She: a very hot 30 something Swedish woman. He: a native of Berlin, on vacation in rural Sweden, seeking solace for his broken heart. They meet. He finds her irresistible. But before their relationship can get off the ground, she vanishes mysteriously, having apparently been abducted. So Martin sets out to rescue Liv from her captors, with the

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