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Genre(s): Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy & Magic, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Coming of Age, Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror, Science Fiction Fantasy & Magic, Teens, Fantasy
J eremy Shuttle loves two things: asking questions and drawing. When he receives a sketchbook from a strange shopkeeper at a new art store, he is thrilled. He wishes he paid closer attention to the shopkeeper’s comments, for the very next day Jeremy and his best friend Natalie make an amazing discovery. Anything Jeremy draws in the sketchbook becomes real.
Jeremy decides to use the sketchbook to get answers to his endless “What If?” questions, despite a growing unease from Natalie that there is something very bad about the sketchbook. Jeremy ends up in several fantastic adventures before finally hitting on a brilliant (or so he thinks) idea. Why not use the sketchbook to bring home the Dad he has never seen and has been missing for 13 years.
Except, as Natalie points out, every time he has used the sketchbook, something dangerous has happened. And when this new attempt goes terribly wrong as well, Jeremy needs his Mom, Natalie and help from some unexpected friends as he tries to put an end to the danger.
What If? is the first book in the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures trilogy. The discovery begins here and the quest continues in this brightly imaginative blend of fantasy and fact.
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Horror, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers
I n the Fall of 1955, the state of Nevada used the electric chair to execute a prisoner for the first time.
It was also the last time.
Molly Blackburn, nicknamed Jane the Ripper by the Las Vegas press after killing eleven men while posing as a prostitute, was strapped to the chair without incident. The switch was flipped.
Everything after that went horribly wrong.
Since that day, a copycat Jane the Ripper has appeared almost every decade in a different city, mimicking Molly’s choice in victims as well as her methods of murder. She kills eleven men then disappears, never to be found. The similarities between the bodies left behind each decade is uncanny. As if they are all the victims of the same murderer, not a copycat.
But that’s impossible, of course, because Molly Blackburn is dead, her execution witnessed by a dozen people.
FBI Agent Jack Shaw, the lead investigator in the Jane the Ripper cases since the seventies, finally catches a break in 2009 when the intended fifth victim manages to turn the tables on the newest copycat . Everyone believes that the horror has finally ended with her capture. Shaw is not so sure, though, wondering if someone else will take up the mantle and kill seven more men to complete the cycle. But when no more bodies with her distinctive markings show up over the next two years, Shaw allows himself to believe that maybe he has seen the end of the Jane the Ripper murders.
As it turns out, what he thought was the end was only the beginning.
His hunt will take him across the country, and even when he thinks he’s finally discovered the truth, he quickly learns that not everything is as it seems.
That not every monster is created equal.
That the nature of good and evil is not as black and white as he has always believed.
That not everything that is broken can be put back together.
That not every fractured soul can be saved.
When blood, smoke and ashes rise, no one comes out the same on the other side.
Blood, Smoke and Ashes is a 115,00 word supernatural thriller that also contains the first half of my crime/thriller novella “I Never”
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Literary, Science & Math, Nature & Ecology, Conservation, Literary Fiction, Environment
T rails in the Sand follows environmental writer Caroline Carlisle as she reports on endangered sea turtles during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. As she delves into the story, she uncovers secrets about the past that threaten to destroy her family unless she can heal the hurts from a lifetime of lies.
Her journey reveals the truth behind mysteries that have plagued her family for three generations.
Lost journals, a fake tablecloth, and nesting sea turtles lead her to discover why her uncle committed suicide, why her sister developed anorexia, and why her mother only wanted acceptance from those she loved.
Caroline and her husband Simon discover love lasts despite decades of separation when he was married to Caroline’s sister. Caroline’s niece Jodi, caught in the crossfire of family tensions and lies, struggles to find a way to forgive the past so she can move into the future.
Trails in the Sand explores the struggles to restore balance and peace, in nature and in a family, as both head to disaster. Through it all, the ancient sea turtle serves as a reminder that life moves forward despite the best efforts to destroy it.
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Specific Groups, Crime & Criminals, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Violence in Society, Criminals
A nother one of Glenn Langohr’s stunning memoirs–a brave, unflinching account of life in prison
Roll Call is a story with a cast of characters that include Mexican drug cartels, southern California street gangs and Hell’s Angels all fighting for their piece of the drug culture. In the middle of it all, B.J. is hell bent for destruction until he realizes his destiny in the nick of time.
Add a good detective squeezed out of the loop by an overzealous narcotic detective; a robust prison union trying to call the shots; a handful of drug criminals trying to find their conscience and you have the perfect recipe for a revolutionary uprising, bound by blood, all leaving the reader wondering, who are the real criminals?
Glenn Langohr’s other books include: Upon Release, Race Riot, Lock Up Diaries, Gladiator, Underdog and Prison Riot. FREE FOR PRIME MEMBERS.
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, True Accounts, Serial Killers, Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights, Nonfiction, Professional & Technical, Murder & Mayhem
T he strife and horrors of the Civil War in America were raw with the wounds of the war lasting for decades; and affecting those who lived in both the North and the South. As the nation struggled to find unity, the forces of darkness and of those who wished to rule through intimidation and terror, spread their wicked ways under the cover of white sheets.
This is the story of the Ku Klux Klan and their chief brand: Lynchings, as told in the original newspaper stories from journals across the nation. Some are brief, telling only of a single attack while others are more comprehensive and detailed, telling the story with the inclusion of complex and emotional occurrences.
The attempt of the KKK to cloak the power of control over others with fear and violence is explained in some of these news stories. The chief advocate and leader of the Klan was interviewed by reporters and allowed fair access to give his side of the story. The heroism of various groups such as the NAACP and others who risked their lives standing up to thugs and criminals is also noted, as well as the words of those individuals and leaders who fought to eliminate the influence of the Ku Klux Klan.
While the KKK had as much right as any group to demonstrate and articulate their cause, the deceits and criminal actions employed by them separated their group from the legal actions of others.
For readers in the 21st Century who know little of the life and death of the KKK, the admonition to understand and know history in order to avoid repeating it, should be considered. Therefore, it is in that hope that this book has been prepared. WARNING: Authentic descriptions are vivid and brutal and the racially charged language of this historic news reports and commentary has not been modified. This material is for adults and parental guidance is appropriate.