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The Moving Blade, Michael Pronko

When the top American diplomat in Tokyo, Bernard Mattson, is killed, he leaves more than a lifetime of successful Japan-American negotiations. He leaves a missing manuscript, boxes of research, a lost keynote speech and a tangled web of relations.  When his alluring daughter, Jamie, returns from America wanting answers, finding only threats, Detective Hiroshi Shimizu

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Kindred, Indie Gantz

In Kindred we find the Damuzi twins settling into their new home with Kori Lark’s family. Desperate to keep the dangerous truth of their identity a secret, Charlie and Tirigan educate themselves on everything that was kept from them, while delving deeper into their mother’s past. In the future, Tirigan is dealing with the complicated

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Code of Rainbow: Ancient Barons and the Returned Assassin, Weiqi Wang

Two years after the MagiMax incident, everything seemed to be peaceful. Until one day, Soarame and his friends received a threat from an unknown source. The unbelievable discoveries thus come one after another… Code of Rainbow: Ancient Barons and the Returned Assassin is a dramatic, thrilling and exciting novel that will keep readers entertained, captivated

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The One, RD Palmer

A juxtaposition, dystopian novel of terror, hope, and faith. Written for the Christian market, this novel will inspire you. You’ll cheer the heroes in the face of war and death, and your heart will dip and rise on the roller-coaster ride of their romances and heartbreaks. Beliefs are tested. Amish and English—the Remnant—forced to choose

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Club Drunken Cherry, Olga GOA

A clever, beautiful but unfortunately lonely Violet Fire works peacefully in the company of the powerful, one of the richest men in Madrid, Spain – Kyle Jamieson. But one night in club ‘Drunken Cherry’ changes her life abruptly, and Violet having no idea if it is for the better or worse. An accidental meeting with

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Their Sweetheart City Love, Emilee Harris

No secrets are buried forever… One woman’s sacrifice… It’s been twenty-six years since Lucille Manning made the hardest decision of her life, and lost the man she loved. Now, as she prepares to accompany her fiancé on a business trip to Loveland, her old love has reappeared and turned her world upside down. She’s not

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Cradle Gift, Patricia Bossano

On the day she was born, Maité received a cradle gift from the faery Nahia—a gift that allows her to travel into other worlds while in a dream state.At seventeen, Maité’s mortal world is torn apart with the tragic loss of her parents. Uprooted from the only home she’s ever known and isolated in a

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School For Apes, Andrew McDonald

Hazeldene, a school with a secret set deep in the heart of rural England. Dominic Atwell, a boy who finds it difficult to fit into school life. But when he is expelled from yet another school, his parents take steps to send Dominic to a special school. A school designed to take only the most

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Catalyst: Ignite Your Spark Within To Achieve Powerful Transformation, Josh McLean

Stop feeling stuck and unclear on your purpose in life. It’s time to feel energized and live in alignment towards achieving your full potential. In order to do that you need to get unblocked and clear about what success looks like in your life. The problem is your internal dissatisfaction has created strained relationships, both personally and professionally. This makes you feel

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House of Aries, Whitney Estenson

Kyndal Davenport has suffered terrible tragedy. As the sole survivor of a car crash that claimed her entire family, Kyndal knew that her life would never again be easy. Now she must live with an aunt she has never met in a small town she has never been to. Worse, at school she is hounded

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Adversity Is Your Greatest Ally, Michael Taylor

Without question life can be difficult and challenging. But what if all the challenges in your life were really just stepping stones to living the life of your dreams? Join Coach Michael Taylor as he shares how he was able to overcome being a high school dropout, a divorce, depression, bankruptcy and foreclosure and is

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The Secret in the Cliffs, Kristin Tucker

Kyle is a twelve-year-old boy who spends many Saturdays with his father at the beach. During their visits, Kyle tries to convince his father to explore a cliff that lines the shore, but to no avail. When his father is forced to work extra hours on the weekend, Kyle decides to investigate the cliffs by

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Pippin No Lickin’, Layne Ihde

Pippin the cat wouldn’t take a bath. Because he wouldn’t, all kinds of funny (and stinky!) things start happening to him. In hilarious and unforgettable ways, Pippin is challenged with realizing his actions not only affect himself, but others, too. Will his parents and classmates get him to change his mind? Pippin, No Lickin’ addresses the

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Murder?, Christer Tholin

Christina’s idyllic existence with her husband Patrik comes to an abrupt end when Patrik suddenly vanishes from their suburban home in Stockholm. Christina is precipitated into a hellishly desperate and anguished search for Patrik – which after six weeks turns up nary a trace of him.  At her wits end, she contacts local sleuths Lars

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A Trail of Honesty, J.A. Angelo

Summertime is vacation time for the Angelino family, and the two Angelino boys are excited about their upcoming camping trip. They’re going to the local state park, where they can swim, go fishing, and look for wildlife! Being on vacation doesn’t mean the boys have to be careful. An encounter with a sneezing deer provides

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Angels’ Eyes, William Brian Worthy

A pre-requisite to reading this book should be to first read “The Naked Society” by Vance Packard, which was published in 1964. The state of our society was in fact much worse than Vance Packard portrayed, and in every way, should be more appropriately described as “The Torn Society.” Even five years before the publication

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The Walls of Lucca, Steve Physioc

Can love be found in the ruins of war? Find out in this thrilling and inspirational story of hope, redemption and the power of forgiveness in a broken world. An enchanting debut novel by Steve Physioc As Italy tries to heal from the shocks of World War I, one young woman brings together a number

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The Spaewife’s Secret, Jessica M. Simpkiss

When the death of his estranged mother calls Lachlan McGinley home to the remote and desolate Isle of Lewis after a twenty-year absence, he is forced to face the ghosts he left behind; some real, some imagined and some straight from Scottish lore. But twenty years may not have been long enough for the locals

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Dare To Dream, Jacqueline M. Franklin

Breanna Allister’s forever after fairytale crumbled within a couple of years of marriage. Her forward thinking helped her to survive—support her and Luke’s sons—also, her half-breed son she took in when her husband left for months at a time to lead a wastrel lifestyle.  Chance Marley loved Breanna since childhood, yet let her slip through

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Passage, Indie Gantz

On day one, Charlie Damuzi and her mute twin brother Tirigan are blissfully unaware of the dangerous world they live in. They may be aliens living on Earth after the extinction of humans, but to Charlie, life is pretty mundane. On day two, the Damuzi family is ripped apart by a family secret that forces

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