April 2015Box 3014Joseph DiFrancescoTrevor Adams is a man being pursued by the past. Once a successful attorney, he abruptly walked away from it all to establish his own antique business - wheeling and dealing - in the past. Amidst his change in life direction, an odd affliction, previously dormant, has resurfaced, challenging his ability to focus on the here and now. Soon after he finds the perfect old building for his dreams to take root. Or did the building find him? Journals and memoirs uncovered in storage would suggest something has been waiting a long time for Trevor. Set adrift, he is now a man left foundering somewhere between the past and the present. His lover is losing faith in him. His hypnotherapist is mystified by him. Something long asleep has been awakened, and is demanding Trevor's complete attention. Risking everything he believes in, he gives the matter due diligence, praying his sanity will prevail. April 2015The Adventures Of Crazy LiddyClayton J. CallahanThis time the fair maiden must rescue prince charming -- but Liddy will sucker punch anyone who calls her either of those things. April 2015Unholy BargainTravis Hallden HoltAn assassin is at work—one of the best in the trade. His body turned to dust long ago, but his spirit roams the Earth freely, undetectable to the five senses. He stalks his victims waiting for just the right opportunity. Then, in quick succession, he possesses a human host and strikes down his quarry. For a century and a half he has served this way. April 2015I'm Gonna Cut Your Ears OffRonald K. MyersWhere the lure of steel mills and alcohol has replaced God, adolescents struggle to free themselves from, child molesters, gang members, crooked cops, and sickos who use puppies for baseballs. April 2015The ChameleonDaryl BucknerOna is a visitor from space. A very beautiful, clever visitor from space. Charged with returning to her planet with a common Earth bacteria, she must use her unique ability to appear as anyone to elude the forces determined to capture her. March 2015Survival GeneArtsun AkopyanIn 2060, Miami’s Police Lieutenant Andrew Barkov arrests an illegal GMO scientist only to discover he is, himself, GMO-engineered. While he faces his mother’s betrayal, an asteroid disrupts the earth’s rotation causing volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis; all of civilization hangs in the balance. Then Andrew uncovers the World Government plot to populate Noah’s House, a survival vehicle for the elite and wealthy, when they “re-start” the earth’s rotation with a nuclear bomb. Can Andrew and his ragtag team of allies, stop nuclear devastation and outrun the GMO soldiers hot on their trail? Plus find a way to save mankind from certain death from the earth’s geophysical cataclysm? And, even if he does, what kind of world will they all face?

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March 2015

John Finniss is an Australian schoolteacher, trapped in a career no longer fulfilling and undergoing a mid-life crisis. But childhood dreams about life in the sixth century come back to haunt him, and then a dark tunnel manifests in real time, a direct way into the past, challenging him to follow it back into that dark age century and, at the court of King Arthur to find the true destiny he has sought for so long. This is a story that encompasses modern Australia, sixth century Ireland and Britain, the Grail tradition and the Garden of Paradise. In a review Warren Thurston wrote, “Adrian Rogers has created a wonderful fantasy full of powerful images, brought to life by a language full of richness.”

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March 2015

If you like Political Correctness, don’t read this book! If you’re easily offended, don’t read this book, because Mr. Bain directs his pithy observations on the state of America at both the right and the left with equal fervor.

With more than 60 books to his credit, mostly novels, How It Ought To Be, Damn It departs from his usual mode. He takes a great, defiant leap squarely into the middle of the political and cultural maelstrom plaguing his beloved United States of America, and he minces no words in telling us How It Ought To Be.

Written in everyday colloquial language that anyone can understand, you may be pleased or angered at the contents--but most likely both emotions will touch you where you live.

Most importantly, if this book causes you to simply pause for a moment here and there to honestly think, Mr. Bain will feel that he’s accomplished what he set out to do.

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