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Genre(s): Horror | Occult
In the novel “The Zombie Who Would Be King,” Congressman Ben Wiley, is your typical urban politician – corrupt, over sexed, on the take – truly a man of his people. In the midst of his campaign for re-election, Wiley dies under unfortunate circumstances. Wiley’s top lieutenants, Elias Turnbull and Chi Bright, stumble upon the perfect solution – continue with the campaign, with a zombie as the candidate. This is a Democrat running for office in Harlem, who cares if he speaks gibberish and has the unfortunate habit of eating people? He should win anyway, right?
Wiley does win and his rudimentary mix of nursery rhymes and sexual innuendo electrifies the political insiders, including the residents of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Soon Wiley is elevated to a cabinet position, HUD Secretary. Unknown to the president, Wiley has now been transformed to a more sentient and capable zombie, one who has developed visions of grandeur. He would like to rule the world, with zombies in command and humans mere food stock.
Wiley amasses power as a Tea Party style budget hawk. While literally cutting heads in government he both transforms the federal government and adds more converts to his undead legion. He pushes aside Biden and suddenly he is running for Vice President, one election and one heartbeat away from the ultimate power.
Elias, shocked to action by the loss of life, works with the resistance to stop the coming end of humanity. Will he be able to stop Wiley or will the human race succumb to the dreams of a dead madman?
“The Zombie Who Would Be King” is a novel of humor and horror with well hidden commentary on race and politics in America.
Genre(s): Family Saga | Humor
Welcome to Tarpon Cove.
Dying in the Middle of Summer is Sweaty Business…
If you ever put yourself in trouble by picking up someone else’s past, you have to meet Madison Westin, an honorary Trouble Queen.
Madison is a quirky motel owner, who recently inherited her aunt’s beachfront motel in the Florida Keys. But that is NOT all she inherited, as the motel houses a slew of colorful tenant’s – drunks, ex-cons, fugitives, and whatever bad guy you can think of.
How to solve this mess…?
That is really not that difficult if you are Madison Westin.
Step 1: Take back control of YOUR motel
Step 2: Learn the ins and outs of blackmail, murder, and drugs
Step 3: If all fails, hope for the best…
Deborah Brown’s Crazy in Paradise is packed with Action, Romance, Intrigue, Mystery and Suspense. Oh… did I forget to mention the humor makes for a fast and enjoyable read? This book will be difficult to put down!
… but ONLY if you want to be Crazy in Paradise!
Genre(s): Literary Fiction |
Is egg donation a gift or a transaction?
After several years together, Elise and Peter’s marriage is on the rocks. She can’t get pregnant, and he can’t seem to finish his dissertation. An editor with a promising publishing career, Elise decides to shelve her ambitions to pursue the baby that she believes will stabilize their shaky union. Meanwhile, Peter’s mind is elsewhere, haunted by memories of his glory days as a Peace Corps worker in Morocco.
Celia, the Princeton scholarship student who answers their advertisement for an egg donor, appears to be the solution to their problems. The daughter of an unemployed mill worker from South Carolina, Celia doesn’t quite fit into the elite Ivy League environment. But when Elise decides that Celia needs a mentor, the situation takes an unexpected turn.
Genre(s): Romance | Science Fiction & Fantasy
“It’s easy to find history written by those who win, those who hold power. It’s hard to find history written by the ones who lose,” says the mystery history teacher, Kat O’Malley. Unbeknownst to her students, she’s living the nine lives of a cat, and her history lessons come from four hundred years of underdog experience with witch trials, prejudice, intolerance and poverty. With much coaxing from the school’s headmaster–a man with as many secrets in his past as Kat has in hers–”the CatWoman” ventures out from the mirage oasis she shares with fifty cats to teach lessons that never made it into the history books. Through her considerable gifts as a storyteller, she teaches a new generation to live as if they, too, had to live nine lives and jump back eight times into any messes they create.
But when history repeats itself and the nightmare intolerance of Kat’s past resurfaces, will she retreat forever into the safety of her cat-filled mirage? Or will she embrace her new life, her teaching and the love of the one person who knows her secret?
Genre(s): Romance | Contemporary
(Better Date than Never series, Book #1)
Ellen may not believe in storybook love, but it’s about to rewrite her life . . .
Ellen’s figured out that finding the right guy is all about compatibility. That’s why she signs up for Detailed Dating–the local online dating scene in Sacramento. They ask men the hard questions, compare their answers with hers, then she filters through the profiles of each provided “match.” After numerous email exchanges, she narrows it down to two promising candidates she’s excited to meet in person.
When Ellen’s best friend asks her for a favor, dog-sitting leads to disaster and Ellen ends up at the local vet where she meets a man she can’t get out of her mind. Henry isn’t a logical choice, but she finds herself paying for dog obedience class to spend more time with him.
Ellen knows that in order to have a lasting relationship, she should take the safe route and go for one of the pre-screened guys. But, how can she think with her head when her heart keeps begging her to give Henry a chance?
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