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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Horror, Occult, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Adventure
A thrilling new adventure in the bestselling Alice in Deadland series.
It has now been close to two years since Alice followed a bunny eared Biter down a hole, triggering off events that changed her life and that of everyone in the Deadland.
The Central Committee has been overthrown in Shanghai and the people of the Mainland freed from its tyranny. Red Guards no longer threaten Alice and the people of Wonderland and humans and Biters are beginning to learn to live with each other.
That short-lived sense of security is shattered when Shanghai is obliterated in a savage and sudden attack. When that same new danger threatens Wonderland, Alice must embark on a perilous journey to hunt down this threat.
This adventure takes her deep into the Homeland, a desolate land where her parents once came from; a land now torn apart by Zeus mercenaries, bandits and wild Biters; a once mighty and prosperous nation known as the United States of America.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Sports, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Mystery, Women Sleuths
W hen he was young Zach Roper wanted to be a professional golfer and he thought he had the talent to make the grade, but an early marriage and children got in the way and he had to take a job that would make ends meet, so he joined the Seattle PD, as a beat cop at first, then moving on to detective. He became one of the best detectives in the department. Then he retired and, now divorced and with children grown, he decided to take a shot at pro golf on the over-50 Champions Tour. His struggles to make the cut were interrupted by a corpse in “Murder in the Deep Rough” and he reluctantly turned detective to unravel a nasty case that involved murder for hire and embezzlement. Now he is back at the Iron Ridge Country Club in northern Minnesota, the scene of those old crimes, a year later hoping that he can concentrate on his golf game, which needs considerable work if he is to stay on the pro tour. Then he finds himself distracted by a sexy, sassy, mysterious lady who’s called The Thai Princess, though he finds that she is definitely not a Princess. She’s a retired LPGA pro lured back to the links by the prospect of a fat paycheck in a “Battle of the Sexes” Tournament that pits old male pros against old women pros. They may be old, but they aren’t too old to burn up the course, and they aren’t too old for sex and passion either. Zach has all he can do to keep up with The Thai Princess on the course, and in the sack. There’s hot action in both venues as things build to an exciting climax. Then the golf part is over, but the victory celebration is interrupted by the death of the biggest name of all the pro golfers assembled. Was it suicide after an embarrassingly failed attempt at a comeback? Was it too much of the booze that made that comeback attempt a failure? Or was it murder?
Once again Zach turns detective but this time he has help. The Thai Princess has brains in addition to hot passion, hot looks and a sweet golf swing. She turns her powerful ‘women’s intuition’ of sex and her intimate knowledge of the subtle differences between the male and female potbelly to good advantage and win’s Zach’s respect as a sleuthing partner. It takes all the brainpower both can muster have to solve this tough and complex case, a case that leads them to a place that’s almost off the map before they find the key clue that breaks it. It isn’t all work though, there’s plenty of time for love, borderline raunchy sex, cold beer, and even Swedish meatballs. And when they have solved the case it’s back to golf and passion in the form of sex in a sand trap and other kinky stuff. “Murder on the 19th Hole” is a detective thriller, but not all the thrills are in crime solving.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Coming of Age, Romance, Contemporary, Military, Teens
S ometimes the deepest scars are the ones you don’t see.
Everyone in Jonesville thought that Bryce Evans had the perfect life in High School: he was the Mayor’s son, the quarterback for the football team, the boyfriend of the head cheerleader and had a 4.1 GPA. His acceptance to Notre Dame came as a surprise to no-one. However when he chose to enlist in the marines instead everyone was shocked.
Lexi Lord was the quiet girl in school and kept to her small group of eccentric friends. She had no connection to any of the popular kids except for one incident on Prom Night when her path crossed with Bryce’s. When Bryce enlisted, Lexi was the only one that wasn’t disappointed and decided to send him anonymous letters as a way to feel connected to him. She stopped after a year because she felt there was nowhere for their relationship to go.
Fast-forward four years and Bryce is back in Jonesville and once again he and Lexi cross paths. Only he’s no longer the seemingly perfect man and Lexi’s no longer the quiet girl. This time their relationship is quite different but both of them have secrets from the past and friends that threaten to ruin their chance at happiness together.
New Adult Contemporary Romance **Mature Content** Recommended for ages 17+ due to sexual situations and language.
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Specific Groups, Women, Parenting & Relationships, Family Relationships, Parent & Adult Child
“ A moving read of tragedy, trying to prevent it, and coping with life after.” – Midwest Book Review
“Brave and Gritty. Innovative. Resourceful. Inspiring.” – Story Circle Book Reviews
“Poetically visceral, emotionally honest. An extraordinary memoir.” – Irvin D. Godofsky, MD
“Moving, intimate and very inspiring.” – Mark Shelmerdine, CEO, Jeffers Press
“A sad but beautifully written book for anyone who has lost someone they love.” – Dina Kucera, author of Everything I Never Wanted to Be
Leaving the Hall Light On: A Mother’s Memoir of Living with Her Son’s Bipolar Disorder and Surviving His Suicide charts the near-destruction of one middle-class family whose son committed suicide after a seven-year struggle with bipolar disorder. Madeline Sharples, author, poet and web journalist, goes deep into her own well of grief to describe her anger, frustration and guilt. She describes many attempts — some successful, some not — to have her son committed to hospital and to keep him on his medication. The book also charts her and her family’s redemption, how she considered suicide herself, and ultimately, her decision live and take care of herself as a woman, wife, mother and writer.
A note from the author: I encourage you to read my book if you have been touched by bipolar disorder or suicide. And even if you have not, my book will inspire you to survive your own tragedies. As author Jessica Bell says: Leaving the Hall Light On is “a remarkable book and it SHOULD be read.”
A note from the publisher: I have seen Madeline Sharples read from her memoir and talk about her son’s suicide at multiple events. Afterwards, people always come up to Madeline to tell her “My son killed himself too” or “My husband committed suicide,” etc. Sometimes the people can’t even talk. They are in tears, and they just want to hold Madeline’s hand for a minute or ask for a hug. Clearly, there are a lot of people who have experienced the suicide of a loved one. And clearly, they don’t have many opportunities to share their grief. That’s why they are quick to embrace Madeline when they hear her story. They connect, and they always thank her for sharing her story. I tell you this because I have heard from a small handful of people who believe that Madeline is selfish to focus on her story when the real victim of this tragedy was her son. I find that criticism hypocritical on multiple fronts. Madeline would be the first to agree that the person who suffered most is Paul, her son. There is no question about that. And Madeline honors Paul’s memory by volunteering her time to prevent suicide and erase the stigma of mental illness — and by telling Paul’s story in the first part of the book. But Paul is gone, and the tragedy did not end with his suicide. For survivors, a suicide is only the beginning of suffering. Most people carry that suffering with them for years, rarely talking about it. But Madeline Sharples is willing to talk about what happens after a suicide. For her (and for many others), what happens is a journey deep into one’s self in the hope of maintaining sanity and having some semblance of a life after a loved one commits suicide. To call a journey into the self “selfish” misses the point. If you have experienced the suicide of a loved one, you already know this. If you have not experienced such a tragedy, be thankful, and look at Leaving the Hall Light On as an example of what it takes to enable the “self” to survive a tragedy of that magnitude.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal, Teens
C an Fate be wrong? When all signs point to a certain someone, do you just blindly follow? What if that person turns out to be someone you hate? Could Destiny be so cruel? Lisa Miller is busy with family, work, friends and…revenge. Her last summer in high school should be spent, having fun. But ever since Logan Tate played a prank on her,she spends all of her free time trying to get even.
Unfortunately Logan’s not making it easy for her, he’s trying to convince her that he has changed. But she is not fooled by his charming personality, and stunning good looks. No one can change that drastically.
Things aren’t much better at home. Ever since her father left a year and a half ago, she refuses to speak to him, causing tension with her mother and sister.
As if she didn’t have enough problems, someone is sending prank emails and phone calls, mysteriously knowing about her dreams. Who would do such a thing, and how could they know?
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