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Two Boys III: The Curse (Volume 3)

Two Boys III: The Curse (Volume 3)

The Book tells about the lives of two boys with similar upbringings, heartaches, and secrets leads to different paths. Two cousins Jim and Sam, both were born to underage mothers, sisters whose only hopes and dreams are to satisfy the men in their lives. The summer of 1975 brings about a drastic change in the lives of the two boys, both tormented, and abused by the same men their mother’s...

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Two Boys II: New Lives (Volume 2)

Two Boys II: New Lives (Volume 2)

The Book tells about the lives of two boys with similar upbringings, heartaches, and secrets leads to different paths. Two cousins Jim and Sam, both were born to underage mothers, sisters whose only hopes and dreams are to satisfy the men in their...

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Two Boys: The Beginning (Volume 1)

Two Boys: The Beginning (Volume 1)

Two Boys with similar upbringings, heartaches, and secrets leads to different paths, cousins; Jim and Sam, both born to underage mothers: sisters whose only aspirations are to satisfy the men in their lives. Though already oppressed, the summer of 1975 brings about a drastic change in the lives of the two boys, both tormented, and abused by the same men their mother’s love. Their lives are chronicled from the past to the present, revealing something so often overlooked; Boys, need LOVE...

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Bogue Chitto Flats Stories From A Southern Town

Bogue Chitto Flats Stories From A Southern Town

  If you love short stories the way I do, this book is one to read. Every story captured my attention and I could not wait to read the next story. Since moving to Slidell in the mid 1960’s,(from upstate New York) I’ve been interested in reading about the beautiful rural areas of Mississippi. This book provided me with an insight as to how people lived and worked in rural areas of this beautiful country, in the 60’s. The stories, as written by John Case are every bit as intriguing as the beautiful cover. A great...

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Levant Mirage by Oliver F. Chase

Levant Mirage by Oliver F. Chase

  The son of a Syrian War Hero and an American jet setting mother finds himself embroiled in a thousand years of competing religious beliefs. Returning home in disgrace after America’s bloodiest day in the nation’s longest war, his commanders shunt Adam Michaels to the backwaters of military embarrassment. When his secret PhD thesis is unwittingly revealed, Adam becomes the most feared and hated man in the terrorist world. He rallies unlikely allies and overcomes conspiracies in the highest levels of his own government becoming the epicenter to a planet in its death throes. With a billion lives hanging in the balance, one man must make a choice that few will understand or...

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In Search of Walker Wells

In Search of Walker Wells

  Challenged in childhood with the death of his father, and later that of a friend, Walker Wells’ view of God is that of an uninvolved creator, the ultimate spectator. Fifty years after his father’s death, as he approaches sixty, he experiences a traumatic event as well as encounters with people that cannot be explained as coincidental; all within seven days. Walker comes face to face with himself as he confronts adultery, a failed relationship, death, regrets, and doubt. Does Walker remain entrenched in believing only in himself and what he can experience with his five senses, or does he open the door to a God who is involved and redemptive? Written first person, Walker Wells is brought to life as the reader resides within him for each step of his journey; footsteps that are humorous, serious, and...

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A Chance Beginning: Book One of the Shadow’s Fire Trilogy

A Chance Beginning: Book One of the Shadow’s Fire Trilogy

Erik Eleodum is a simple man. He doesn’t want to be a hero. He doesn’t need fame or fortune. He is content farming his family’s homestead in northern Háthgolthane and raising a simple family, like his father, for the rest of his life. In fact, adventure is the last thing on his mind. Befel, Erik’s brother, and Bryon, his cousin, can’t think of anything worse than farming for the rest of their lives. They want to be heroes. They want fame and fortune. They want to leave their families and go east, to the country of Golgolithul, where they are sure to find easy wealth and great adventure. But when these three young men leave their farmstead, they quickly discover the world is not so simple, not so easy. Most fortune is laden with treachery, fame must be earned with blood, and adventures are rarely grand. Ideas of grandeur are crushed and the road east is hard. To get there, these men must ultimately sell their swords and become friends with thieves, dwarves, soldiers, and mercenaries well past their prime. They battle a band of ruthless slavers, slip past assassins, and experience the deadly consequences of black...

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