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The premise of Repeaters is that those who die by violence, and those incapable of love, are cursed to return in new bodies, reincarnated to live new lives until they learn the lessons of the past.
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Tainted Love

While visiting her parents in California, Isabel rekindles her relationship with Tom Stevens, with whom she began a love affair when she was just a fifteen-year-old high school student.
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Two Old Fools on a Camel

Teaching Arab kids, working with crazy teachers, forming life-long friendships and being placed under house arrest, Vicky and Joe laugh and lurch through their year in Bahrain.
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Captured Hearts

Deana Harrington is just an everyday virgin with a job and a life until she is spotted by a very extraordinary fellow.
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Cyberslammed is a manual designed to help parents, school administrators, and kids deal with the risks and results of online bullying.
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How to Spread Sanity on a Cracker

How to Spread Sanity on a Cracker is essentially, a virtual venting session for moms. It combines cheesy recipes with funny parental anecdotes, sent in from mothers all across the country, including potty-training stories, grocery-shopping stories, tantrum stories, stories of parents who snapped in entertaining ways, etc.
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Memory’s Wake

A dark-haired girl dressed in blue jeans and a tee-shirt wakes up in a world filled with magical spells and wizards, but no recollection of her past.
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Blue Jeans and Coffee Beans

In her second novel, Joanne DeMaio takes readers to the Connecticut shore, where she introduces an intriguing cast of characters, all of whom are searching their pasts for both release and solace.
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Fireseed One

In the year 2089, global warming has split the world into three sections - the Arctic-area Ocean Dominion, the Land Dominion just to the south, and the dangerous, only somewhat habitable Hotzone, where going outside without a special suit leaves you burned beyond recognition.
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Martin McMillan and the Secret of the Ruby Elephant

Martin McMillan is excited to spend time with his friend Isabel, visiting Chicago six months after their adventure together in Peru.
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The Knighting of Sir Kaye

The Knighting of Sir Kaye is the charming beginning to a children's series featuring boy knight Sir Kaye and his trusty squire, Reggie Stork (the narrator), in a kingdom that has fallen on difficult times since the death of its former king, a good and wise man.
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Beamish Boy

In this beautifully crafted and intricate memoir, author Albert Flynn DeSilver explores his evolution from a child neglected by his parents and abused by his nanny to a young adult in the abyss of addiction and alcoholism to a man who finds his peace and his story through his creative endeavors and ultimately his own writing.
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Matinicus: An Island Mystery

When Gil Hodges lands on Matinicus Island, Maine, he is drawn into the culture with groups warring over the lobster winnings, but also the island’s dark history of possessiveness, deceit and suspicious deaths.
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The Burning of Cherry Hill

The Burning of Cherry Hill is a tale set in a dystopian future, but it begins in a pastoral paradise.
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The Romanov Stone

Just before she dies from injuries from what looks to be an accident, Kate Gavrill’s mother, Irina, whispers something to Kate that sets her on a journey delving into the secrets of past generations.
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Deadly Memories

Saul Becker is an ex-cop plagued by memories of a woman who was murdered by her abusive husband. Becker blames himself for her death, leading to his retirement and his ongoing struggle with insomnia.
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Secret Storms: A Mother and Daughter, Lost then Found

After giving up her baby for adoption, a Pennsylvania debutante spends her adult life wondering what happened to her daughter…until the two reunite.
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Life Minus 3 1/2

How exactly does someone who could pass for any ordinary office worker steal millions of dollars and gamble it all away? The explanation comes in three hundred some pages of losses, lies, and brushes with elements ranging from the IRS to Boston mobsters.
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Bridge Ices Before Road

A coming of age story set in the 1970s, replete with family dysfunction, and, ultimately, personal redemption of a sort.
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Nowhere Safe

Nowhere Safe is a thriller and a romance, covering the efforts of Josh Robertson, covert operative, and his team to uncover a DEA mole, avert a deadly drug deal/terrorist plot, and to avenge the death of a woman he had come very close to loving.
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Someone Else’s Fairytale

Chloe Winters is a 22-year-old senior and aspiring valedictorian at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque who is studying to be a forensic scientist.