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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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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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The Shadow Prince

By Stacey O'Neale

Rating:  star star star star star 

Rowan, the teenaged prince of Avalon’s twisted fire court, is taken by surprise when his vicious mother announces that she will be abdicating her throne in favor of him. However, Rowan’s mother, the malicious Queen Prisma, is not about to just give Rowan her crown. In order to be crowned king, Rowan must reenter the mortal world and kill the halfling princess, Kalin, of the air court.

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Ten Dreams from Heaven

By Thomas D. Sedgwick, MD

Rating:  star star star star star 

Tad convinces his proud parents to let him enjoy his time off instead of working a summer job before attending University in California. However, it is the 1960s in Southern California – a time and place in history of the psychedelic revolution, and unbeknownst to his parents, Tad has a summer project in mind: experimenting with LSD (a.k.a. acid).

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Hedged

By Christianne Sanchez

Rating:  star star star star star 

A successful woman is conned into embarking on a life on the run when her greedy husband breaks the law and steals money from an Italian mobster.

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Necessary Evil and the Greater Good

By Adam Ingle

Rating:  star star star star star 

Demon Mestoph and angel Leviticus, a pair of unlikely best friends, are tired of waiting for the end of the world. So they hatch a plan to get kicked out of the afterlife and manipulate humans Marcus and Stephanie (and Sir Regi, an unusually talented Scottish terrier) into helping them.

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High Andes

By Rolf Margenau

Rating:  star star star star star 

Wylie Cypher, a battle-scarred Korean War veteran, is a lawyer with a high-powered New York firm in the early 1980s. While on a business trip in London, he ends up agreeing to take a package of bearer bonds to Peru, at the request of a prominent antiquities dealer who is the friend of a colleague.

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Kill the Lights

By David Wahlberg

Rating:  star star star star star 

Venice Beach is a three square mile piece of Los Angeles that is home to the terminally hip. Ty Malone is an entrepreneur whose business interests tie him closely to the community and its population of street entertainers, ageing bohemians and grifters. A brutal murder on the beach catches his attention.

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Silhouette of Sun

By Avery Davis

Rating:  star star star star star 

This story of three strong and determined women—Constance Young, her daughter Anna, and granddaughter Paige—takes a variety of unexpected turns, and readers will be swiftly carried along as the characters struggle to sort out their hopes, dreams, and destinies.

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Slammin’

By Marcus Paul Cootsona

Rating:  star star star star star 

After his wife is mysteriously kidnapped, Wally Wilson discovers he has a gift. A killer power serve that could vault him to the top of the tennis world – at fifty-three! Coincidence, or not?

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How the Water Falls

By K.P. Kollenborn

Rating:  star star star star star 

Lena, a black South African woman of the Bantu tribe and Joanne, a white South African journalist, find commonalities in the midst of their differences and join forces in order to fight for justice and social reform.