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Genre(s): Chick-Lit | Romance
Dana Naughton returns home after college to teach at the local elementary school. She’s not aware of the struggles her family is going through, but is glad to help however she can. She’s also surprised to learn that Clint Stewart, her old high school sweetheart, is now working for her father.
They immediately hit it off, and pick up where thing left off years ago. But Clint’s a hot-blooded man, and Dana’s a woman who’s decided to practice abstinence before marriage. If they can get over that hurdle, they realize they can get through anything. Until tragedy strikes, and they’re forced to face every family’s worst nightmare. “If you need to assign blame, you might as well blame it on the moon.”
“Ms. Hill has the gift of knowing what the reader wants and then hitting you with an ending you certainly don’t expect. Two thumbs up!” ~ Val, You Gotta Read Reviews
“I have always thoroughly enjoyed Jamie Hill’s writings and I love the Midwest setting.” ~ Maggie, Amazon
Genre(s): Horror | Science Fiction & Fantasy
Lanny Bells just wants to do the right thing. He saves the life of a man who has been tortured and left for dead, his chest and abdomen sliced, his arms and legs tied to the ground. It looks to Lanny like an attack by some sort of fanatic cult. A ritualistic sacrifice. It’s a crazy idea, but Lanny is finding that the world he knows isn’t as sane as he once thought, and some crazy ideas are horribly close to the truth.
This particular man was supposed to die. Death is the natural order, and now Nature itself wants payment. The earth has come alive and needs the sacrifice that Lanny prevented. But some don’t want the sacrifice completed, and are happy to see the devastation. If Lanny can’t find a way to stop it, first the town of Oakview will be swallowed whole. Then all of humanity.
Lanny is about to discover that sometimes doing the right thing is wrong.
Genre(s): Technothrillers | Time Travel
“The Prodigal Hour, the audacious, genre-bending novel by Will Entrekin, is a Rubik’s Cube of delights. Equal parts sci-fi, thriller, coming-of-age, and love story, the novel hurtles readers along Chance Sowin’s intriguingly unpredictable journey–forward, backward, and inward. A thrilling head rush of a book.”
-Elizabeth Eslami, author of Bone Worship: A Novel
“Chance Sowin hoped only for a new beginning.”
On October 31st, 2001, six weeks after escaping the World Trade Center attacks, Chance Sowin moves back home, hoping for familiarity and security. Instead, he interrupts a burglary during which his father, Dennis, is shot and killed.
What begins as a homicide investigation escalates when the Joint Terrorism Task Force arrives. Where he hoped for solutions, Chance finds only more questions: who killed his father, and why? Was his father–a physicist at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study–working on dangerous research? Why did Dennis build a secret laboratory in his basement?
Chance might not know the answers, but Cassie Lackesis, Dennis’ research assistant, thinks she does. She isn’t certain Dennis discovered a way to time travel, but she knows who told her: Chance.
Together with Cassie, Chance will go on a journey across time and space that will challenge his every notion of ideas like “right” and “good.” One young man’s desire to make a difference will become, instead, a race against time as he tries to prevent forces he could never understand from not just destroying the universe but rendering it nonexistent.
When every action has a reaction, every force its counter, Chance will find that the truest measure of his character is not what he wants but what he will do when the prodigal hour returns.
“A whirlwind ride through time and space . . . a smart and wonderful tale.” -Doubleshot Reviews
“I couldn’t put the book down. The last half was a whirlwind of crazy time, space continuum.” – Lara’s Book Club
Genre(s): Horror |
“… genuinely unsettling and eerie … a fresh take on a genre that’s seen plenty of variations and reinventions.” — Blue Ink Review, March 2012
Out past the towns and villages of Colonial Massachusetts lies a lake, black and icy and deep.
When night settles on the deep woods, when the wind sings a mournful song through the trees, voices can sometimes be heard, rising from its still surface: voices of the lost, voices of the damned, voices of the dead.
When tragedy unlocks the terrifying secret of the lake, when revolution explodes across the countryside, the doorway to Hell opens a crack and the dead begin to rise.
Genre(s): Thrillers | Suspense
The young driver for a Chicago gangster flees his boss’s retribution carrying a valise full of mob money and encounters a traumatized war veteran and a corrupt sheriff in a dying Nebraska railroad town during the 1940s.
This is a novel imagined as a sequel to Stephen Crane’s 1899 short story called “The Blue Hotel”.
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