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Princess Lizzie and the Time Travelling Magic Cloak

By Dr. Van

Rating:  star star star star star 

A young girl must travel through time in order to help her friend and by doing so encounters a world very different from her sheltered existence.

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The Neurotic’s Guide to Avoiding Enlightenment

By Chris Niebauer Ph. D

Rating:  star star star star star 

This is a densely written work on the psychological interaction between reality and perception, specifically the left-brain interpretation of our environment.

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Vampire Vic

By Harris Gray

Rating:  star star star star star 

Victor Barton Thetherson has a self-esteem problem. His ex-wife bullies him. He is manager in a construction accounting firm, yet his staff makes fun of him. His teenaged daughter pretends not to know him. Moreover, she’s not above finding fake fathers to act on his behalf. It seems as if nothing is going well in his life. Oh, and he’s a vampire.

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The Earl of Brass

By Kara Jorgensen

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE EARL OF BRASS is a charming novel that incorporates steampunk devices, fantasy elements, and romance in a story that examines the social expectations of Victorian society.

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Homeless Hero

By Mike Tapscott

Rating:  star star star star star 

A man investigates the lives of the homeless and those who work with them, in an attempt to discover why people become and/or stay homeless.

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Spring Moon

By Mary Ellen Courtney

Rating:  star star star star star 

In SPRING MOON, the sequel to Wild Nights, Hannah Spring finds herself living in Hawaii, married to Jon Moon, and the mother of two young children. But married life isn’t quite what she expected.

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Undertow

By K.R. Conway

Rating:  star star star star star 

Playful Sexual tension, romance, jealous cheerleaders who steal your clothes while you’re showering in the gym–these are the tropes of the Young Adult fiction genre. UNDERTOW adds an additional layer of intrigue and complication by making the majority of the principal characters confront their supernatural heritage.

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Sin Walks into the Desert

By Matt Ingwalson

Rating:  star star star star star 

It all started for Anderson “Sin” Kenfax with a phone call. His uncle and mentor, El Viejo, disappeared from his senior housing without a trace. Sin loaded his weapons and headed straight for the Sonoran Desert.

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Naked: Stripped by a Man and Hurricane Katrina

By Julie Freed

Rating:  star star star star star 

Julie Freed married a hopeless romantic. As a young doctoral student she was ready to weather any challenges that life might throw at her new family. But a husband whose behavior soon grew unrecognizable and the gathering gale forces of Hurricane Katrina combined to upend her life entirely.

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The Imposter

By Sarah Pratt

Rating:  star star star star star 

Chris, a brooding Detroit reporter, lost his wife and child in a fire seven years ago. Convinced an arsonist caused the fire, Chris seeks justice while dodging the city’s corruption and sin.

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Headcase

By Marc Rosenberg

Rating:  star star star star star 

HEADCASE follows unhinged detective Ash Aiken as he searches for a serial killer responsible for the rape and mutilation of young women. The murderer, Louie Freckles, is a deranged young man who may have met his match in the increasingly-psychotic Lizzie, a girl he meets at his therapist’s office.

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Tales of the Siren: A StarbucksMelody

By Melody Overton

Rating:  star star star star star 

TALES OF THE SIREN follows the travails of Overton, who harbors an obsession for all things Starbucks. This is a world in which baristas are likened to green-aproned “superheroes,” time is measured in steaming cups of joe, and seasons noted by rotating coffee releases.