All About the Book

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Ingrid Ricks on "Hippie Boy"

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A true coming-of-age story about a feisty teenage girl who escapes her abusive Mormon stepfather and the suffocating religion and poverty at home by joining her dad on the road as a tool-selling vagabond – until his arrest forces her to take charge of her life.
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Dani Amore on "The Killing League"

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It’s a thriller that races like Charlie Sheen on meth, driving a stolen Ferrari down the Autobahn.
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Blake Crouch on "Run"

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Your name is Jack Colclough. You have a wife, a daughter, and a young son. You live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. People are coming to your house to kill you and your family. You don’t know why, but you don’t have time to think about that any more.
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Martin Crosbie on "My Temporary Life"

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I think I first smelled booze on Gerald when we were eleven, and as far as I know he’s been drinking ever since.
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A. K. Alexander on "Daddy's Home"

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A killer of the worst kind preys upon single mothers and their children "seeking" the perfect family. CSI Holly Jennings is determined to catch the killer who turns his sites on her and her daughter.
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Kathleen Long on "Chasing Rainbows"

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Some people leave behind notes. Some leave behind journals. Some leave life lessons carefully documented for the good of future generations. My dad left cryptograms.
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Sam Torode on "The Dirty Parts of the Bible"

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It's 1936, and Tobias Henry is stuck in the frozen hinterlands of Michigan. Tobias is obsessed with two things: God and girls. Mostly girls, of course. But being a Baptist preacher's son, he can't escape God.
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Catherine Bybee on "Wife by Wednesday"

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"I need a wife, Carter, and I needed her yesterday."
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Dani Amore on "Death By Sarcasm" + Giveaway!

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Instead of the local rats, a team of crime scene technicians scurried around the grimy alley, popping flashbulbs and taking notes.
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Richard Bard on "Brainrush"

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I was astounded to learn that there are a growing number of cases where ordinary people suffer a head injury and then immediately develop incredible mental abilities—like photographic memory, math skills, or artistic talents.
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Melissa Foster on "Come Back to Me"

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Suha huddled over the hand-drawn map, wishing the shadows from the candle would stop dancing across the page and thankful that the sandstorm had finally ceased.
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Kathy Bennett on "A Dozen Deadly Roses"

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Having been a police officer for the LAPD for twenty-one years, I wanted to write a book about street cops and show them as 'real' people who have problems...just like everyone else.
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Ray Flynt on Kisses of an Enemy

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The story is about power—having, losing, grabbing for, and trying to hold on to power—and how people act when facing those challenges.
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Simon Wood on "The Fall Guy"

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Todd Collins has failed in every job he's ever undertaken, but that all changes when he backs his jalopy into a shiny, new Porsche.
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Joanna Penn on "Pentecost"

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A fast-paced action-adventure thriller with a kick-ass heroine - kind of Dan Brown meets Lara Croft!
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Bella Andre on "The Look of Love"

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Chase Sullivan is a jet-setting bad-boy photographer who loves his life. But when he meets Chloe, everything suddenly clicks into place for him.
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Scott Nicholson on "Disintegration"

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Identical twins vie for a family empire built on deceit, cruelty, and blood—and one woman stands between them while another waits in the shadows.
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Pat Gragg, Bestselling Author of "The Rose Killer"

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A small Kansas town is torn apart by a serial killer. Valerie Yates, the young widow of a police officer, is tormented by questions about her late husband.