A Day in the Life of a Science Fiction Writer by C. R. Downing

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The Mixer Murder: And Other Detective Case Files (Mamba
C. R. Downing

The Murder Mixer – And Other Detective Case Files by C.R. Downing is an engaging teen and young adult mystery novel with four cases introduced through the perspective of a former Police Detective Lieutenant, Philip “Dancer” Mamba.
Mamba was introduced to readers in Traveler’s HOT L – The Time Traveler’s Resort and reprised in Traveler’s HOT L Volume 2 –New Tales from the Time Traveler’s Resort. In this book, he’s given the floor all to himself—and he takes his...






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The Yellow Bus Boys Go Blue Canada Bound
Ron Shaw

It was a fantastic time to be a teenage boy in America.
In 1967, seventeen, Atlanta, high school boys embarked on an adventure of a lifetime, climbing aboard the little blue bus on a free, tenday, summer vacation courtesy of the Warren Memorial Boys' Club. This year's trip sends them to Montreal, Canada and Expo '67.
Ronnie "Baby Whale" Shaw of THE YELLOW BUS BOYS is on his fourth such trip with several of his yellow bus boys friends. New characters will emerge during this "summer of...


Across The Pond
Michael McCormick

Across The Pond by Michael McCormick, a novella, is the story of a young American who fights in Vietnam for his country, only to be rejected when he comes home. The author based the book on his personal experience during the Vietnam war. Ron Kovic, author of Born On The Fourth of July wrote, "This little book grips the reader from the very beginning and does not let go. It is written with the violence and fury of Leon Uris's Battle Cry, and the tenderness and compassion of a simple poet. I...


The Highest Hill
Rusty Savage

THE HIGHEST HILL is the story of two young brothers, Bobby and Jackie Ringo, who struggle to overcome the hardships of an unpropitious home environment in rural western Kentucky in the 1940s and 1950s. Their lives and futures are fraught with pitfalls and roadblocks, both debilitating and deadly. The reader will feel the dreams, aspirations and wonder of the youngest whilst living and growing up in very different time than our own. The boys, left on their own much of the time cope with a...


Beneath the Scars
Melanie Moreland

The sound of the ocean, the crash of the waves as they kick up against the sand and rocks—these are the only sounds Megan Greene wants to hear. She wants to leave the rest of the world behind, and find some peace.
The offer of a private house on the beach, set in a small town in Maine, is perfect. Time to think—to be by herself. It’s all she wants. It’s the escape she needs.
Until she stumbles across the painting that seems to echo her own chaotic mindset.
Until she meets...


Time Lies: A Cold War Mystery by Magnus Stanke
Magnus Stanke

The first kill was accidental.
In ‘Time Lies’, a devious mysterythriller set in Cold War Germany, a reluctant serial killer realises he has been murdering the wrong people.
But there is hope for him yet...
Karl wakes up in a locked room, a prisoner once again. But this unfamiliar place is no penitentiary. And this time he volunteered to be here.
A tragic accident took everything that was dear to Albert. Now everybody’s favourite twin sits in his wheelchair and contemplates...