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Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Thrillers
November 1981. Captain Jo Ann Geary, USAF Special Operations, is on a Chinese island, sent there to rescue a captured British secret agent. An expert linguist and martial artist, the Korean-American officer has volunteered to assist UK Royal Marines in the operation, a decision that will lead to the most dangerous mission of her career.
April 1982. A shadow government in Argentina is pushing the country to capture the Falkland Islands, in order to lure the British fleet into a trap. Once again, MI6 calls upon Geary for help. She is to go undercover deep inside Argentina, to find the man behind the plot, confront a terror thought long dead, and prevent an attack that could touch off World War III.
Genre(s): Addiction & Recovery | Family Relationships
Donna George fancied herself a free spirit in 1980s California, living by the ocean with her young daughters, until partying deteriorated into heroin and opiate addiction. She tried to get clean in 90-day and 12-step programs, but drugs consumed her until she abandoned her children in Hawaii, and dedicated herself to the next fix.
The only options left when she got busted were jail or Sunflower House, the long-term rehab she dreaded. She would be confronted and humiliated there, forced to face herself. There was no way she could survive a program like that.
In STARFISH, George reveals how tough love in the form of confrontation and group therapy broke through her denial. This is a gritty and inspiring memoir by a gifted writer about a hard-core rehab, and brave counselors who used controversial tactics to help the addicts who nobody else could reach. You’ll be rooting for Donna and the other colorful characters who were on their own journeys through Sunflower House at that time. Those who succeeded came to understand the meaning of the program motto: “The only way out is through.”
Genre(s): Humor | Humor & Entertainment
Jane Pearson is single, thirty-five, and reluctantly dressed as a squirrel.
When she’s not covered in fake fur, she sleeps with the wrong men, avoids laundry, sets her vibrator on fire, and dodges her mother’s demanding phone calls. Surrounded by eccentric friends, an offbeat family, peculiar coworkers, and a twenty-four-year-old goldfish, Jane searches for happiness through a maze of dirty clothes and hard lessons.
Happy(ish) is set in Ferndale and the metro Detroit area.
Genre(s): Romance | Fantasy
The Gifted walk among us. They are unseen, but in plain sight. The Earth’s energies are as visible to them as the tangible world is to us and they can harness and bend these forces to their will. Atop the Pentagon resides the government of the Gifted Realm.
Rainer Lawson is set to join the ranks of Elite Officers in the Gifted Police force. With his fellow officers, they will work together, using their abilities, to try and end the most sinister criminal organization in existence. His parents fought and died to re-establish the Realm, and he won’t allow them to have sacrificed in vain.
The will to protect those he loves has always driven Rainer, but his desperation to protect Emily, the love of his life, consumes him. While passions ignite and vengeance is sought, Rainer may discover that all of his money, fame, and power, could cost him the only thing that has ever truly mattered.
Rainer and Emily stood in the doorway and watched. Logan was only an average healer; his Predilection was as a protector. His energy was to stop anything that tried to hurt others, and to prevent terrible things from occurring. It wasn’t to heal them once they’d already happened. Had Logan been with Adeline when she’d walked into the apartment, Rainer doubted that whomever had done this would have survived Logan’s shield cast.
“Look at me, sweetheart.” Logan soothed Adeline.
She drew a staggered breath and lifted her head off of his shoulder and gazed into his eyes. Her tears continued to pour. Logan closed his eyes momentarily, and Rainer watched a powerful blue light glow from Logan’s hand. He tenderly touched her wrist.
“Feel me Ad,” he urged. “Come on baby, it’s me, let me in. Just let me heal you.” He pled, and Rainer and Emily watched as Adeline relaxed. Her body went limp as he healed her wrist.
To Rainer’s shock, Logan didn’t have to stop to reset the energy as he moved to her face. The light in his hand seemed to somehow glow brighter.
Mrs. Haydenshire looked at her son adoringly, as she sobbed. Emily began to cry in earnest as Rainer held her to him.
They watched the swollen purple and blue markings that had marred Adeline’s delicate face begin to disappear.
Genre(s): Horror | Genre Fiction
Praise for Brian G. Wood’s THE ANALYST:
“There are no vampires here, no werewolves rampaging over misty moors; these are monsters of grunge and filth. Monsters of true and real terror.”
“Wood balances the graphic with the human with a delicate touch.”
“This novel is hauntingly beautiful, with all the daring and originality of a young author starting his career and the considered, meticulously plotted scope of a seasoned middle-aged professional.”
Thomas Bell is an analyst for the Department of Paranormal Study and Defense, where he goes toe-to-toe with the invisible supernatural threats that pierce every layer of society, and covers up every trace of their presence. His estranged ex-wife, anxiety and depression, and persistent memories of childhood trauma serve as constant obstacles in his struggle to stay sane in the face of the impossible. Though substance abuse and casual sex will keep the inner demons at bay, the real ones just find more and more to prey on.
A routine arrest-and-exorcise op goes awry, and Tom must escort the entity to Japan, where it’ll be handed off to Harold Saldana–the man with all of Japan’s supernatural trafficking under his thumb. Hosting the demon is professional medium Shinichiro Keda, and Tom is suspicious of this soft-spoken freelancer, especially when it seems that he and Harold have something of a history.
Meanwhile in the small town of Orchard, West Virginia, a terrifying presence has taken root. When Tom arrives to track down a missing girl, he comes face to face with a horror from his past, adding yet more to his psychological balancing act. Something will have to give, and soon–and Tom is afraid it’s going to be him.
Tom couldn’t tell if it was incredibly bright here, or pitch black. It felt as though the world changed its mind every few seconds.
Artie was nowhere to be seen. The ground was dead sand, but somehow Tom felt as if he was walking in the gut of some long-dead beast that was croaking its way back to life, through some horrible magic. He sensed a breathing, a necrotic pulse, underneath his very feet.
He heard screams.
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