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A young woman takes on the brutal merchant king of New York's East River waterfront—and wins.
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SWITCH is told like a play in three acts. The story follows Miller and Evelyn Coretti, a marriage in disintegration.
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No Time to Say Goodbye is a gripping novella about one man's desperate attempt to hold onto love and life no matter what happens, no matter where—or when—he is.
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A well-to-do family becomes the target of a vicious serial killer during the week of the Lehman Brothers collapse in 2008.
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Unsung heroes and murderous villains, hidden forever in ancient shadows, now leap to life - blazing onto the pages of revelation.
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EXPECTING SUNSHINE is the real-life story of a mother who set out to find herself after the death of her baby. When she discovered she was pregnant again, she realized she had not grieved for her son, Zachary, who died of a cardiac tumor moments after his birth.
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ACCIDENTAL EVILS is about Isabel Finley a college student, who is taking a trip to South America. Part of the vacation is a reward, and part of the journey is to do research for her senior thesis.
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Filmmaker Christian Lindstrom returns to Vietnam to shoot tourism commercials, only to confront the agony of his past and the power there of the Asian underworld to control political events—including the creation and the whitewashing of Japan’s history itself.
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PLAINS TO THE PACIFIC is based on a life-story manuscript written by Robert Slothower, my great-grandfather. Robert’s story represents a challenging life met with great courage.
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The book is about Tucker, who experienced the loss of his lifetime companion and cousin, blindness, and cancer surgery but who emerged rejuvenated, his love of life and people greater than ever before.
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WATERSHED is the story of a troubled, pregnant woman, and the two men—a snake dealer with a sideline in secret messages and a billionaire living under a false name—who compete for her affections, in near-future America.
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THE AMERICAN SWEENEY TODD is the fictionalized first-person journals of a real person, Dr. Frank Sweeney, a brilliant serial killer in mid-1930s Cleveland, Ohio.
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The adventures of dreamy, wise-cracking millennial hacker who discovers a murder the first night on a new job monitoring surveillance cameras in Chicago and turns himself into the world’s first cyber-detective to solve the crime and save a young damsel falsely suspected of it.
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It’s been twelve years since a massive solar flare destroyed communications with the American base on the far side of the Moon, killing the platinum mining workers and leaving just three adults to raise thirty-seven orphans. Isolated, the base has carried on, and the orphans—now teenagers—have taken up the mining.
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In 1996, Scott was nineteen and lost in adulthood with an endless job and no future ambitions. Teenage Degenerate is his story about drug addiction, music and growing up.
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A doctor’s religious doubt is shaken by a transplant patient’s eerie knowledge of his organ donor’s most intimate secret.
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When her boyfriend proposes, former foster kid Kairi Johnson thinks she's going get the family she's always dreamed of until she wakes up by the side of the road, in the middle of nowhere--in the past.
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The beginning came to me in a dream so bizarre that I bolted out of bed in the middle of the night and wrote it down.
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"The Federal Prison Handbook" is the leading Federal Bureau of Prisons survival guide and policy analysis text. Simply put, if you or a loved one are heading to federal prison (or are already incarcerated), you need this book.
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Enduring a year long depression, Leam Holt's given a second chance at obtaining Dark magic and proving himself to his father.
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Anyone who’s had a baby knows that the first year is terrifying. A child represents love and grace and hope. But never again will you have privacy, financial security, or a moment of rest.
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Tom McCloud, the protagonist, has a secret past that is about to catch up with him.
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An Amazon Best Seller and winner of 20 national book awards, SHOT DOWN is set within the framework of World War II and the air war over Europe.
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In the wake of surviving both cancer and divorce, I set out alone on my bicycle and end up pedaling from the Pacific to the Atlantic.