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Atlantis: Order of the Librarians, Irwin Glenn

This is the second edition of book one in a series based on the ancient civilisation of Atlantis. Exhausted by the tribulations of peace-keeping within the council of twelve the Atlantean Empsar, Con Dwig, knows something must change, and soon. Haunted by a prophecy foretelling the end of civilisation, he knows there is no time

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A Coffee with Archangels, Isa Millot

A Coffee with Archangels is a heartfelt dialogue by the author for its readers. Psychic since her childhood, she has long been lost, subjected to the duality between her beliefs and a spirituality whose codes are imposed by men. After successive hardships, God gives her the ultimate sign to renew her faith by sending four

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Forget Me Not, Krys Rayne

Forget. Me. Not. Finding those words highlighted in old newspaper articles at two grisly murder scenes sent shivers of unease prickling down criminal analyst Autumn Taylor’s spine. That seemingly simple sentiment allowed allowed memories buried in the past to claw their way to the surface, reminding her of when a vile individual held her life

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The Vaillancourt Coven, Jennifer Dowd

Izzie comes from a long line of powerful female witches. She’s the daughter of Amelie Vaillancourt, the matriarch leader of the Vaillancourt Coven, one of the oldest Covens in New Orleans. For the last 25 years, Izzie has put her life on hold to help the Savior, Tess Mackenzie, fulfill her destiny and save the

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Beyond Luna, Bob Freeman

H2LiftShips, a tech manual for a futureImagine a world, exactly like ours, but differentPart Road-Trip, part solar sailing, always with food, gambling, jail, and pirates, not necessarily in that order No: Aliens, Monsters, blasters, pyrotechnic computers, or Anti-Grav powered rockets. Yes: Lasers, Primates, Canines, Octopus, Space Travel via Solar Sails, and the rare Rocket Ship.No

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Sophia Freeman and the Mysterious Fountain, T.X. Troan

EARTH AWAKENED … SEED PLANTED … PATH REVEALED. What begins as a special trip for eleven-year-old Sophia Freeman and her father leaves her trapped on a mysterious island with a tree boy and fantastical creatures. Later, she learns she is dying from an eternal curse and the only way to prolong her life is to

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Kenji and Yuki, Hailey Sawyer

Meet Yuki Sakamoto. Sixteen, easily distracted, and a runaway. Coping with the loss of her grandma seems like a mountain she struggles to climb. She hasn’t even had the courage to visit the family grave she’s buried in. After a series of misadventures, she meets another girl in an abandoned house one night. That girl?

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Ruby Red, D.L. Croisette

Sometimes you find love only after you lose everything else. One night stands only need apply. Ali Stinson is having a bad day. Her afternoon tryst was interrupted (before they got to the good part) to discover her investment manager ran away with all her money. Now she has to keep up appearances with her

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Embody, Sonee Singh

A peek into physical experiences that anchor us, the emotions that rise within, and the ultimate connection we make with the wisdom of all there is. Embody is an incredible and emotive poetry book that will captivate as well as move its readers with emotion-filled moments and incredibly captivating verses! The book is one that

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Never Sit in the Lobby, Glenn Poulos

Are you in sales and want to win more customers, make more money, and build a solid reputation that skyrockets your career? Success in selling doesn’t always depend on doing everything right. Closing a deal often relies on remembering what not to do—like don’t hate on your competition and never fax the facts. After three

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Doppy and the Runaway Balloons, H.R. Manske

One day Doppy hopped to a shop. The balloons in the window made him stop. The love he had for them will never stray. Until the wind took his balloons away… When Doppy’s balloons fly away he finds himself traveling far and wide chasing his precious balloons. He faces many obstacles and challenges while on

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Maz, Origin, T.L. Ford

Entering the witness relocation program after lawfully escaping a massive walled-in prison, teenage Merrill tries to fit into our society. Unfortunately, her background and decisions may not let her. Maz, Origin is a story of growth and love, guilt and innocence, and changing goals. What is morally right and what is legally right? And what’s

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Masquerade, Stephen W. Hiemstra

What happens when an online date goes horribly wrong? Luke Stevens saves the day and pays the ultimate price, but U.S. relations with China preclude him from dying just yet. The CIA recruits his father, the divorced Pastor Phil Stevens, to masquerade as his son and flush out the terrorists. Can he remain faithful to

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Florida Retirement Is Murder, Kris Courtney

Snowbirds do more than just Flock “Stewart Johnson had worked hard his entire life to reach retirement. However, his Golden Years would prove to be more of a challenge than he anticipated after his wife passed away. Seeking to find peace of mind and warmth in Florida, Stewart became surrounded by a tribe of Snowbird

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Cinderella’s Jilted Billionaire, Lucy Monroe

Sicilian business tycoon Carlo Messina is used to getting his way, so when his supposedly biddable fiancée leaves him standing at the altar he’s shocked…and furious. Annette has spent her entire life trying to be worthy of her family’s love, but she’s never measured up. Her parents and two perfect sisters make up their own

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Pastor Pastor: Feed My Sheep, Alejandro Field

The book follows the lives of two pastors, Pedro Terrero and Juan Cristante, over a period of twenty-five years, starting from their shared time in the Seminary. As they seek to serve as pastors, they show attitudes that lead them along quite different paths. The third protagonist in these eventful stories are the people they

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The Horn’s Hoax: The Lost Lands, Hector Cantu Kalifa

Never … Ever … let the Darkness get inside, or you might find the power within. Faced with Henry’s new attitude, young Moris, together with his sister Maya and their mother, desperately search for a way to bring Henry back to Earth before the evil artifact awakens a deadly desire for power deep within his

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A Scattering of Clouds, Patricia Reynolds

Third in the Keeper of the Souls series set in the American West, 1980. A Scattering of Clouds tells the riveting story of a Lakota Indian, Oliver White Cloud, in search of his missing father, leading him to a corrupt town, run by an even more corrupt sheriff, with a penchant for hanging Indians. Sam

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Lunar Base, Kate Rauner

In the battle for space, someone has more than satellites in their sights Winnie Bravo, newly minted pilot, joins veteran Bertram clearing space junk from Earth orbit. She’s brash, reckless, and more than a little annoying as she sets out to prove herself. Capturing a stealth probe that’s destroying satellites seems the perfect way to

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As Time Goes By, W. Royce Adams

AS TIME GOES BY Nearing the end, Old asks himself, “Does my life ultimately have any importance in any universal scheme? Am I just taking up space? Have I wasted the time given me? What effect have I had on others? Have I unknowingly, worse, knowingly, hurt others in some fashion? What’s my worth? These

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