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A Time To Every Purpose
Ian Andrew

What if Jesus hadn't been crucified?
For two thousand years the religions of earth have been united in peace and harmony, and humanity enveloped in Nirvana. But in the early decades of the twentieth century, natural disasters, famine, disease and economic collapse bring catastrophe and a fledgling Nazi Party sweeps to power. Now, almost a century later, their brutal persecution of millions is a neverending holocaust.

Yet a few heroes remain.
Leigh Wilson, inventor of one of...

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Can We Come In and Laugh, Too?: Growing up as the youngest of
Rosetta Schwartz

The neighbors said, "Can We Come in and Laugh, family didn’t have much money, but the riches of their zany antics and laughter overflowed into the neighborhood. Born in 1909, Rosetta was the youngest of a family of ten children. Rosetta's memoir, written when she was 80, takes the reader from her childhood as the baby in a zany family through events like World War II all the way up to 1989. She passed away in 2006 as she neared her 97th birthday, and her love of laughter had continued...

Lies We Tell
Kelly Hashway

Madison Kramer thought her past was behind her. With a new name and a career as a bestselling author, what could go wrong?

She never expected Trevor Lockhardt to walk into her book signing, offering his services as her publicist, or that she’d end up falling for him. But what she really didn’t expect was a stalker sending her messages, both written and in the form of dead bodies.

Madison can’t escape her parents’ murder any longer. But is it their killer coming to...

Fat Girl Begone!
D.E. Haggerty

I’m a total mess. My boyfriend dumped me – get this – because I diet too much. Not because I’m fat, mind you. Of course, this spurs me into the of the century, which leads me to the gym and a scorching hot personal trainer. I even manage to make some cool new friends, including a millionaire if you can believe it. Things are looking up! Naturally, that’s the moment my ex decides he wants me back, the personal trainer asks me out, and my millionaire male buddy decides to throw his...

Walking Alone
Carolyn McCrae

Part II of The Iniquities Trilogy continues to examine the relationships in the Donaldson family. A love story is set against the gradual unravelling of one man's secrets, showing how his actions have shaped the destiny of all generations in the family.......

You Can't Crack Me... I'm a Rubber Duck!
Charlie Northage

From a young runaway, sleeping deep within London’s urban streets, Charlie Northage served twelve years in the British army. Upon release, his life became a continual struggle against the devastating effects of PTSD. This led to divorce, the loss of his beloved children, alcoholism, and attempted suicide. Without pulling any punches he reveals himself to us as he is, a human being whom we, if we are honest, can all recognize as akin to ourselves.