Jack Lansing, M.D. is a widower who’s now ready to get on with his life when a chance meeting with a beautiful young woman changes everything – but not in the way he hopes. After a one-night tryst with the enticing vixen, the unsuspecting surgeon finds hi
Philanthropist is a journey between a brother and a sister who embark on a terrifying journey of not only studying the most notorious mass murderers in history, but meeting those murderers face to face with the use of advanced technology.
n her first book, Martin structures a family visit to the beach around a clever inversion of ``The Little Red Hen.'' Nobody helps Sara make her soup of seaweed (two kinds), snails, and ``smelly stuff'' from a beachcombing--her parents are busy putting on
A young boy’s life is torn apart in 1973 Vietnam when U.S. soldiers assault his fishing village, mistakenly thinking it’s a Viet Cong base. The scary image of a tattoo on the arm of one of the soldiers haunts Nguyen Chinh over the years as he rises to a p
A double catastrophe has altered the world—one astronomical, the other man-made. A moon-sized chunk of antimatter slams into the sun, causing Earth’s icepacks to melt and flood coastal regions. Unrest in the Middle East causes the unthinkable: nuclear ter
by Jaws R.
A must read short story spin of the original Pharafaneelya series, pack full of suspense and much more....
by KC Marks
Discover an emerging author's inaugural collection of 13 stunning shorts from the sentimental side of the cemetery.
by Gary Engler
Bobby Benoit, a 50-something former NHL star, one of the greatest stickhandlers of all time, is suffering a mid-life crisis as he starts a new season as coach and owner of the Totems, a Vancouver junior hockey franchise. Benoit has lost his love for the g
292 pages. Softcover and Kindle. An excommunicated Native American teenager forced to grow up in a land of strangers discovers an Amish clan willing to help him learn responsibility before his remarkable return to his Principal People to make amends.
by Ann Everett
Based on the fictional bakery in Ann Everett's Tizzy/Ridge Trilogy, the cookbook contains over 160 dessert recipes.
Westerner and master salesman Bill Hansen adopted Japan as his home. He effortlessly integrated himself into its culture, and lived a Japanese-inspired lifestyle. While on a packed train on his way home from work, he had a chance encounter with a Japanese