Fiction

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BUTTERFLY HILL

While on the hunt for vengeance (and pursued by two separate armies) professional thief Hiko Shimizu discovers a map that sends him on the search for an ancient Imperial Seal that’s been hidden somewhere in the lush landscape of Hong Kong’s BUTTERFLY HILL.
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THE WOLF AND THE RAIN

Environmental disaster has drastically reshaped North America into two countries--the orderly military state that raised Samarra to be a soldier/assassin and a bewildering land of anarchy to which she escapes.
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THE PASSENGER PROJECT: Part One

THE PASSENGER PROJECT: Part One is a highly imaginative first act to what promises to be a sci-fi extravaganza about alternative, parallel worlds.
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THE STORM OVER PARIS

THE STORM OVER PARIS is a suspenseful story of a Jewish family living in occupied Paris during the summer and fall of 1942.
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THE DEFENDERS OF DOLPHEIM

Brutish men wage brutish war in THE DEFENDERS OF DOLPHEIM.
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ORBIT

ORBIT is a true hyphenate: a gender-bending-science-fiction-mystery. 
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THE CURING ROOM

Two damaged narrators and their individual takes on a freak accident at a college bring THE CURING ROOM to vivid, often tense, psychological life.
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DEATH BY THE RIVER

A golden-boy football star with a nasty secret turns rapist and murderer- but can he be caught before he kills again?
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THE ASTONISHED EARTH

THE ASTONISHED EARTH is a fact-based novel about the early days of aviation.
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ALL FALL DOWN

A minister is a compelled to unofficially investigate the death of a prominent local businessman in ALL FALL DOWN, a small-town, who-dunnit novel containing both a dose of literary flair and poignant nuance. 
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THE CAPTAIN & THE QUEEN

THE CAPTAIN & THE QUEEN is a touching tale of falling in love for the first time.
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THE MIDNIGHT CABARET

THE MIDNIGHT CABARET is a set of alternately chilling, philosophical, and sentimental short stories.
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WHAT’S LEFT UNSAID

Sasha is deeply committed to taking her family’s horrible secrets to her grave—at least until her son, Zac, finds a mysterious photograph that has him asking questions that Sasha can no longer ignore.
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KILLING ADAM

Most of humanity's problems disappear in the novel KILLING ADAM by Earik Beann, as privacy, autonomy, and self-determination become obsolete.
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DEVEL DJANGO

Two MIT researchers and their mountain guide are besieged in the Italian Alps by debris from a fragmenting asteroid, and an opportunity for discovery instead results in exposure to an obscure—and bizarre—virus that in 1940s Australia spread “hallucinatory” voices through human consciousness.
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RED TEARS

RED TEARS is an uniquely structured historical novel inspired by family history as it fit into the larger canvas of emerging United States history and the Fort Mims Massacre of 1813.
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WHERE DO THE CHILDREN PLAY?

Follow a young boy as he uncovers his past and dark truths about his adopted family in WHERE DO THE CHILDREN PLAY?
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FAREWELL TO FOLLIES

FAREWELL TO FOLLIES is a beautiful, literate collection of short stories, set in exotic locations across the globe.
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CONTINENTAL DRIFT

CONTINENTAL DRIFT: A man’s philosophical search for freedom through the ‘60s counter culture to Reagan’s morning in America.
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A WORLD ON THE ISLAND’S EDGE

Children discover a magical creature in A WORLD ON THE ISLAND’S EDGE.
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LONGEVITY: The Wardens Of Time

Epic battles and quiet moments of growth intertwine in LONGEVITY.
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LOST STARS

LOST STARS by Donny Anguish delves into immortality, unlimited energy, trying to create and sustain peace via war.
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THE KING OF ESCAPE

A troubled teenager who has become an expert in running from life’s difficulties is suddenly forced to face them in THE KING OF ESCAPE.