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Are the wedding plans of five women forever altered by a cursed wedding gown? The Almost Wives Club: Kate by Nancy Warren Kate Winton-Jones plans to marry Edward Carnarvon III, a rich and handsome bachelor, but a seemingly minor incident occurs while having her wedding gown fitted. A seamstress unintentionally pricks...
Hal Emerson was a Theater major and English minor at UCLA, so most of his formal training as a writer comes from his Bachelor of Arts degree. He read a lot of classics and specialized in Shakespeare. To Die a Thousand Deaths by Hal Emerson Timothy Dark discovered human teleportation only...
Canadian author Paul Anlee writes provocative, epic sci-fi in the style of Asimov, Heinlein, Asher, and Reynolds, stories that challenge our assumptions and stretch our imagination. The Reality Thief (Deplosion Book 1) by Paul Anlee Rule the Chaos, rule the Universe The already controversial Dr. Darian Leigh has outdone himself this time...
Artie Kane's music career as a pianist in the Hollywood studios spans from 1960 through 1978, working with Frank Sinatra, Henry Mancini, John Williams, and Quincy Jones, to name a few. Music to My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes by Artie Kane From radio to scores of TV and...
If you haven't read anything by Mary McPhee then now is a great time to start. Absolution by Mary McPhee A burnt-out Catholic priest and a woman doctor with a past meet at a make-shift clinic on the Syrian-Iraqi border. It is a reconnection for them: ten years ago Father Joseph...
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