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Justifiable

What starts with a cold-blooded murder in the snow, a harbinger administering extreme justice in the name of God, becomes a pivotal journey for both a flailing local newsman and an investigator.
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Benevolent

BENEVOLENT is at least partly the story of Gaby, a dedicated idealist devoted to rescuing and caring for other people, and Mikhail, the man who has loved her since they were teenagers, but never quite managed to tell her.
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Unmentionables

UNMENTIONABLES is a story concerning the interaction of slavery, family, love and war, when two Southern families, and the slaves they own, but do not fully control, find themselves forced to confront traumatic change in the face of the Civil War.
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The Seven Perfumes of Sacrifice

An inspiring novel that begins with an explosion on a bus in Tel Aviv, Israel. Fareby, an American journalist from Riverside, California travels to Tel Aviv to cover a story. She meets a young Druze woman, named Leila Azzam,and a kind of friendship develops.
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Light and Dark: The Awakening of the Mageknight

Danny Firoth is an ordinary thirteen-year-old, a bit awkward, whose biggest problems involve avoiding the bullies and keeping his doting mother (a widow with a tendency to overprotect her only child) from embarrassing him in public. But this year, things are different.
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Fancy Gap

The first of five novels in the “Gap” series, Gelly spins an adrenaline-pumping thriller following the mystery of a demented kidnapper after the thick fog on the Blue Ridge Parkway creates the perfect setting for abduction.
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Jane’s Melody

Jane tries to pick up the pieces of her life after the death of Melody, her 20-year-old daughter who had been estranged from Jane the past year.
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Suckage

“Suckage” by D.T. Neal is a refreshing take on the classic vampire story that delivers more than just thrilling action.
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Plan X

PLAN X starts with Bozeman Police Officer Cody Byrne speeding away from PTSD and her own insomnia toward the scene of a deadly explosion on the campus of Montana State University.
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The Boy Who Lived with Ghosts

John Mitchell grew up in 1960s England in a run-down and filthy home devastated by poverty, with an alcoholic father who abandoned the family, a mother on the verge of a nervous breakdown, a twin sister, and an older paranoid-schizophrenic sister who physically abused him all of his young life.
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Rain on Your Wedding Day

Will Morse wrapped himself in a blanket of overwhelming tragedy and holed up in a cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia for five years.
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The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Author Chris Orcutt serves up a deliciously cheeky and ironic collection of short stories that offer glimpses into the perilous lives of ten men from vastly different walks of life and eras.
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Wrong Place, Wrong Time

Tsara Adelman hasn't spoken to her uncle, Castle Thornlocke, in twenty years. But when he invites her to a benefit for a cancer charity founded in her mother's name, her affectionate husband David, her brother Court and her rabbi and close friend Adara persuade her to put the past aside and attend.
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Valkwitch

Our story begins around the typical campfire of fantasy novels everywhere, with most of the party asleep (or nearly so) except for the bard and the heroine, who are discussing the epic he is writing about her.
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The Manhattan Exiles: Winter

Winter Murray is a child of exiled Fae, who has pledged himself to defend the Washington DC Metro from sluagh, deadly dangerous creatures who breathe cold fire, after his tragic mistake opened up a breach between their world and ours.
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Face the Music

The story of a rock-and-roller’s rise, fall and rise, told with an authentic sense of backstage insight.
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The Ideal in the West

Does a notion of idealism in Western thought run from Socrates to Thoreau? If so, what does this mean for the way that we think? What about the way that we live?
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The Undying God

The Undying God, written by Nathan Wilson, is a fantasy and mystery/suspense novel, set in the mythical pre-modern world of Eyegad.
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Tell This to Girls: The Panic Annie Poems

Tell This to Girls is a series of poems about an abused and neglected child, and the damage done to her life and growth thereby.
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A Voice In The Thunder

A Voice In The Thunder is set in a futuristic world run by a coalition of interplanetary governments, headed by Chancellor Peter Brumhall.
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The Recruiter

Samuel Ackerman is a man with a dream and some serious resentment issues stemming from his father’s verbal and physical abuse. As Ackerman pursues his goal of becoming a Navy SEAL, he systematically destroys anyone who stands in his way.
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Dearly Befuddled

It is the early 2000’s and small time movie producer and amateur photographer Isaac Holman is a man of many dreams.