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Born of Water: Elemental Magic & Epic Fantasy Adventure
In the buried archives of the Temple of Dust may lie the secret to defeating the Curse, a creature which seeks to destroy 16-year old Ria for the forbidden gifts she possesses.
Begin the epic fantasy adventure described as “fast paced and … a wonderful fantasy trilogy” and “a rich fantasy full of interesting characters,” “the author’s imagination is mindblogging!”
Return of the Christmas Spirit
Christmas is just around the corner when Star begins working at Butterburn library , but not everyone is embracing the spirit of the season.Sixteen-year-old Arianna’s mock exams are looming and she’s feeling under pressure. With her father living abroad and her mother working three jobs, she doesn’t have much support at home.
The Christmas Spirit
Christmas is coming, but not everyone is looking forward to it.Rebecca has just been dumped and the prospect of spending the holiday period with her parents is less than appealing.
New Releases
Blown Together
When love storms in…
Wealth manager Sam Conrad is accustomed to his domineering father ordering him around, especially at the bank where they both work. But when his father demands that Sam manage the inheritance of his bossy ex-fiancée, Sam has finally had enough. He leaves in search of a new life, and attorney Big Roy Bosarge from Mobile, Alabama, agrees to mentor Sam on his quest for direction.
Soul Pane: Finding Peace with your Past to Free your Future
Soul Pane is not just about Jeana’s struggles. It includes stories of others who have also overcome trauma and obstacles that seem unbearable. The stories deal with grief, abuse, abandonment and more.
The individual storyteller wrote many of the stories. Some were edited
and others were written by the author from notes and interviews.
The Siamese Suicides: A Duncan Dewar Mystery of Murder & Suspense
For Scottish detective Duncan Dewar, do bad things really come in threes? People connected to the investigator keep dying, and he has to wonder. Will the past drag him from the promise of a bright future?
Autographed Books
Bogue Chitto Flats is the first book published by author John Case . In this collection of vibrant and heart-warming short stories, John invites the reader into his tales of the people he knew and the stories he heard while growing up in his hometown in rural Mississippi, where storytelling was an art and most likely the main source of entertainment
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Lucky Thirteen
Twelve women are dead, and a thirteenth is missing. Detective Ray Reynolds races time to catch a killer. Nothing ties the victims together, except the way in which they died. What Ray discovers blows him away as the battle takes on a supernatural element. There’s just one small catch — evidence points to Ray as the murderer.
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From the author of the critically acclaimed Pirates’ Alley Faulkner Wisdom semi-finalist, Lucky Thirteen, comes the second book in The Raiford Chronicles. Police Chief Ray Reynolds did not think there could be a more brutal, heartless killer than Latrice Descartes whom he had encountered fourteen years earlier. His thirteenth wedding anniversary dinner is interrupted by one of his detectives to tell him an old married acquaintance, who also happens to be a United States Senator, has been found murdered in the presence of a much younger woman and that both are missing their hearts. Ray becomes embroiled in another murder mystery that touches even closer to him than the one involving Latrice Descartes.
Frederick Hernandez thought he had opened his eyes, but it was still pitch black. He tried to lift his arm, but he couldn t raise a single limb. He tried to speak, but nothing came out. Gradually, he realized he was moving. Here s your dead guy, a man announced as the moving sensation ceased. Stick him in the vault, another man said. I ve got two autopsies to finish before I can start that one.
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“How to Make a Blacksmith’s Bellows” (leather covered)This is a paper back booklet that has 26 pages. Precise dimensions with detailed instructions with many drawings are presented. If a person wants to make a bellows for use in a blacksmith shop, this is the booklet to get.
Growing up in 1850s Alabama, Cooper Waterman longed to become a man of letters – a lofty dream for a handicapped lad who was poor and fatherless, and left school at 13 to become a shoeshine boy. But with his imagination, a notebook and a stub of a pencil, he rose to become a newspaper reporter, eventually going off to serve as a Civil War correspondent.
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