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Traces of Kara

Kara Knight is putting in her last days of work at a power plant that will soon be shut down. She has plans to leave behind her small Maryland town, a somewhat strained relationship with her mother and stepfather and an embarrassing failed marriage.
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Truth City

Truth City is a perfect world where the all-knowing Truth Machine keeps society safe and honest.
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The Vision

An epic blend of science fiction and fantasy that expands across several generations and explores the narratives of multiple characters.
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The Emancipating Death of a Boring Engineer

Keene Mason devoted his life almost exclusively to his career as an engineer. A fan of careful planning and mathematical restrictions, Keene would appear boring to most people.
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In Arms and Idleness

David Ricksen and Michael Hurley, two intelligent privates whose friendship seems odd even to themselves discover a world where a small amount of funny money, military scrip used in lieu of U.S. currency, can buy women and a lot more besides.
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Back Kicks and Broken Promises

Author Juan Rader Bas explores themes of identity, family and home as they intermingle with cultural and social elements in this touching and evocative multi-faceted coming-of-age story.
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When Your Song Breaks the Silence

Though he died in his early thirties, Franz Schubert managed to leave behind a large body of work. That someone working nearly two hundred years ago could create music that is still popular today is a testament to the staying power of one man’s creative ability.
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The Banker Spy

American investment banker, Peter Armstrong, has a new job managing the large equity underwriting for a German luxury automaker. His life is finally on track after his ex fiancée, Dayna Caymus, dumped him via telephone.
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Thanksgiving 1942

The story follows two brothers and their return to Pittsburgh to spend one last Thanksgiving with their family before they are deployed during WWII.
IndieReader Top 10 - Life Code
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Life Code

It is hard to picture a person who cannot find anything of benefit in this book, and much of it seems both wise and sensible.
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Wall Street Journeyman

With market regulations nearly non-existent and the US dollar freed from the constraints of the gold standard, the 1980’s and 1990s were a perfect storm of unrivaled excess in world financial markets.
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The Strange Tale of Ben Beesley

Waverly and Oliver are two common house flies in a world ruled by spiders. Orphans after a great feud between the noble bees and the treacherous spiders, Waverly and Oliver do what they can to get by as subjects of the despot arachnid Ramsay.
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No Remorse

Lee McCloud (Mac), an ex Delta Force operative, heads a covert mission for the CIA so he can clear his reputation for a prior rescue mission gone wrong.
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The Sabbatical

Charles Barca’s business, PlayLouder, a digital company designed to find new music talent, is being bought out. Colin, his first recruit, is behind the sale.
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In the Rearview Mirror

A heartfelt memoir in which a 1961 road trip across America’s heartland serves as a kind of homage to a close friend who committed suicide.
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Restricted Waters

Alannis Summers takes time off from high school and signs up as a volunteer, seeking the cause of the Fouling - a disgusting blackness that is spreading along the Atlantic coastline, covering boats, strangling commerce and creating chaos.
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Fate Interrupted

FATE INTERRUPTED offers a smooth narrative with a tempting blend of appealing characters, sexual tension and lascivious love scenes.
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The Fridgularity

Blake Given’s web-enabled fridge has pulled the plug on the Internet, turning its owner’s life – and the whole world – upside down.
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An Otaku Abroad: The Affordable Japan Experience for Anime and Manga Fans

Author Sarah G. Rothman’s goal in writing this book is to make travel to Japan a reality for those who have, up to now, only dreamed of visiting the country.
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Bliss: A Marriage Proposal for Charles Stephen Hughes

BLISS is a collection of poetry and short prose--romantic, erotic, sensual and affectionate--from one man to another, the love of his life.
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Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders

Ed Weems announces at the deteriorating book club meeting that he wants to read a novel about someone who commits the perfect crime.
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HAEE: The Cat with a Crooked Tail

Thhe simple but poignant story of Haee, a cat with a crooked tail, who lives a comfortable and worry-free life with his loving family.
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Little Trouble in Tall Tree

Little Trouble in Tall Tree is a tongue-in-cheek film-noir tale of a gangster heist – conducted and carried out by babies.