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See You in September, Debbie Zello

If Cheri Winslow Gates had been able to see into the future, she would have never married David. Unfortunately, she didn’t have that gift. Divorced and navigating life solo, had just begun to feel normal, when an extremely fascinating man, rented the cottage next door. Gareth Marshall certainly wasn’t looking for any entanglements three thousand

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Mother at Seven: The Shocking True Story of an Armenian Girl’s Stolen Childhood and Her Family’s Unspeakable, Cruel Betrayal, Veronika Gasparyan

Mother at Seven is the shocking, inspirational true story of a little girl’s tragic childhood, and how she endured and overcame a decade of unspeakable abuse at the hands of her cruel and sadistic family. Set in Sochi, Russia, near the banks of the majestic Black Sea, Mother at Seven tells of those critical moments

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Malice of the Cross, Jeremy Croston

Darkness Falls Over Europe… Vlad Dracul, known as The Impaler, rules over Europe from the night with an iron fist. He’s made his deal with Satan and acquired the powers of the vampyre. With black magic and his daemonic army, his path to the creation of Drakovia seems inevitable… Except his brother, Radu, also became

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Montrose County, Bill Greenwood

For Sabrina Murdoch, volunteering for national guard duty was a point of civic duty. However, her tour in Iraq left her tattered but still standing. Unfortunately, events she couldn’t control when she returned home left her battered and adrift. Leaving her small town Massachusetts roots in the rear view mirror, she eventually takes on the

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The Optimist in You: An Optimism-Coaching Handbook, Jessica J. Lockhart

Optimism really moves the world. If you lack the energy, the drive, the will or the motivation and would like to leave apathy and sadness behind, this book is for you. THE OPTIMIST IN YOU, AN OPTIMISM-COACHING HANDBOOK, gives you practical tools to regain your energy, joy, strength and happiness. Improve your quality of life,

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Neither Innocent Nor Guilty, Bozena Zawisz

The aim of this collection of poems is to use the awareness of the vivid impressions of life’s moments as a guide in exploring the pathways of the heart. “There are seeds of dormant melodies carried on the wind and sensations dawn around us like flowers that grow after the rain.” “Neither Innocent Nor Guilty”

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Coyote Zone, Kathryn Lane

Nikki Garcia is an unlikely Sam Spade: a former international auditor turned private investigator who lands an assignment in Mexico to find a missing ten-year-old girl, Bibi Lombardi. The child’s estranged parents have been fighting over custody of her and one of them could be responsible for her disappearance.  It’s an easy child-snatching case—right?  Nikki thinks

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The Lost and Found Journal of a Miner 49er: Vol. 1, Jack Dublin

In The Lost and Found Journal of a Miner 49er, Vol. 1, Jack Dublin guides us through a world of fantasy and folklore stretching from the shores of Australia to the Island of California. Along the way, we encounter all manner of mythical creatures, from wish-granting mermaids and red-haired giants, to talking coyotes and the

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The Necklace V: Strawberries & Wine, Linda S. Rice

After Susan and Michelle return in despair from their time-travel journey back to 1999, Michelle resigns herself to a life of loneliness and Susan accepts the fact that she’s lost James forever. James, a former member of the most famous band of all time, and Susan, the woman who’s loved him for over fifty years,

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Master Your Disaster: Full Edition, Leann Hackman-Carty

Natural disasters are happening everywhere. Earthquakes, hurricanes, and man-made perils have left communities anxious and confused about their own emergency preparedness. In this unique guide, preparedness and recovery expert Leann Hackman-Carty shows you how to prepare your family, business, and community for a number of devastating scenarios. Gleaned from years of experience with disaster recovery

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Warren’s Finest, Danny Range

It’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas meets The Wolf of Wall Street with an amazing purpose. Danny Range’s dark and comical memoir tells the tale of how one teenage scholar became a thug addicted to multiple drugs and alcohol; how he defeated that addiction to become an author, businessman, motivational speaker, and his family’s first college graduate who

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Camallay: An Infinite Worlds Novel, Joel Babbitt

Corporate rivalries play out on a distant world, where accounts are settled in blood, and where the real heroes are those who are still in business when the dust settles. In this fast-paced scifi adventure novel, Colonel Alexander and his dedicated crew of corporate mercenaries come to the remote colony world of Camallay to find

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The Untold Tale, J.M. Frey

Forsyth Turn is not a hero. Lordling of Turn Hall and Lysse Chipping, yes. Spymaster for the king, certainly. But hero? That’s his older brother’s job, and Kintyre Turn is nothing if not legendary. However, when a raid on the kingdom’s worst criminal results in the rescue of a bafflingly blunt woman, oddly named and

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Love of Finished Years, Gregory Erich Phillips

Pre WWI, Elsa came to America with her eyes wide open, realizing it was up to her to make a life for herself. Surviving a sweatshop in lower Manhattan, a chance job with a Long island elite family opens up her world. Invited in, up to a point, she unwittingly, albeit precariously, crosses the social

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Beyond Forever, D.D. Marx

Just as their life is seemingly back on track, Finn McDaniel’s gets news that sends him into a tail-spin. He is faced with the prospect of losing Olivia Henry forever. He immediately turns to Dan, Olivia’s deceased best friend, who is her loyal and constant guardian angel from the beyond, imploring him for his help.

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Workbook Companion for The Full Armor of God, Crista Crawford

The Workbook Companion for The Full Armor of God delves deeper into your understanding of just how important it is to fully dress each morning in the protection and love of Christ. You were not left defenseless on this side of heaven, but many of us leave our homes each day oblivious to the landmines

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The Third Tour, Bob Stockton

Petty Officer First Class Zack Martin’s physical wounds that were inflicted when his ship was attacked by friendly aircraft while on patrol in Vietnam have healed. His psychological wounds are another story. Recently, the flashback dreams about his friend Campbell’s mortal wounding from that terrible morning have diminished, but the panic attacks have not. His

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A Gift From Home, C.H. Admirand

John Reilly is expecting a package from home, something light as a feather and twice as sweet. Little does he realize the package isn’t the baked goods he’s been dreaming of but a grown-up version of the thirteen-year-old girl who used to follow him everywhere. When John Reilly doesn’t return to County Cork, Ireland, Jessi

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The Black & Blue Butterfly Tattoo, John D. Ottini

Psychiatrist Braydon Ferrell may be will equipped in treating patients with mental disorders and addictions, but that doesn’t grant him immunity from the follies of human weakness. When an ill-advised sexual liaison with an unstable associate leads to lies and harassment, threatening to unravel his marriage, family and practice, Dr. Ferrell makes a cowardly decision

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