The Afterschoolers <BR>By: Gene McCants
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-453-9
Edition: Paperback, 251 Pages
Publication Date: December 15, 2012
Growing up on the south side of Binghamton, New York in the 1970’s was full of excitement, adventure and wonderment for young Floyd Davis. He was surrounded by the many things that allow a child to grow up into a respectable adult. To show compassion, loyalty, and respect for others while carrying yourself with pride, dignity and integrity. He was raised in a community during that time known as the Saratoga Apartments, a multi-racial housing development surrounded by heavily dense forest that provided the best nature had to offer. During his childhood, Floyd, along with three of his closest friends, would forge a bond that would last a lifetime. That same bond of friendship would also prove invaluable over time as Floyd sees an ongoing problem with a criminal element that stands to cast a dark cloud over everything he cherishes the most, his family, friends and the memories of growing up in the city. No longer able to ignore what has being going on, he finds himself having to take matters into his own hands to put a stop to it all.
A Summer Tale <BR>By: Kip Gates
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-445-4
Edition: Paperback, 104 Pages
Publication Date: October 30, 2012
Young Robbie grew up on a mid-Missouri farm in the early 70’s where life can be a real challenge. Robbie, his family, friends and neighbors worked hard but lived a life full of fun and excitement which goes along with the occasional tragedy. From raging flood waters, wild animals and Mother Nature’s wrath to a loving kiss, Robbie’s life went up and down like a big roller coaster. This book is sure to put anyone on the edge of their seat.
You Can Turn the Tables, But You Can't Return the Tears <BR>By: L. Roland Newby
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-278-8
Edition: Paperback, 165 Pages
Publication Date: April 11, 2011
A dedicated but often inept college librarian strives to fulfill a mission for his campus. In the determined pursuit of his goal he is unwittingly drafted into the political up-rising of several united Native American Tribes, who seek to recover the “Indian Territory” in southeastern Oklahoma, that has been taken from them over the years. After extensive preparation and patient waiting, the Tribes find the timely opportunity to activate their revolution through interaction with the librarian.

As they launch their quest for the return of their “Promised Land” against seemingly overwhelming odds, the crafty Tribal leaders call in a “cowboy cavalry” and other unlikely allies for reinforcements.
Just Deserts 3: Trouble Finds Me <bR>By: Sheila Roy
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-202-3
Edition: Paperback, 355 Pages
Publication Date: August 26, 2010
The petite and curly-haired assassin, Miranda, is more accustomed to killing men than sleeping with them. In fact, she can count the number of men she’s been with on one hand. The dark-haired Nash Shapiro, who’s as jealous as he is smoking-hot, has a passionate relationship with Miranda. They’ve survived several bumps in the road, but the green-eyed Lincoln Shapiro is ever-waiting in the shadows for his chance to steal Miranda away. His only time with his older brother’s girl was stolen and interrupted. Now he’s hoping for much more.

Weary and emotional from the sibling rivalry, Miranda seeks solitude in Grand Cayman. She is either crazy or overwhelmed with loneliness when she heedlessly invites Colin, Nash’s hunky best friend, to her hotel for some down time. Except, Colin wasn’t the only man in Miranda’s life who thought to follow her to Grand Cayman!

Miranda’s heart is being tugged in different directions, but the guys think they have a solution. And so the games begin. Eventually Miranda will have to choose, but how can she choose between the men in her life amidst all the trouble: coordinating hits, brutal fights, a treasure hunt, a kidnapping, and bruised egos? Just Deserts 3: Trouble Finds Me is a witty adventure with steamy romance. (And just maybe, it’s every girl’s dream!)
Just Deserts 2: Miranda's Laws<BR>By: Sheila Roy
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-071-5
Edition: Paperback, 331 Pages
Publication Date: August 2, 2009
In this sequel to Just Deserts: An Assassin’s Tale, the secret society Miranda works for is threatened. Assassins from the Florida circuit have transferred to New Hampshire to help defend the Judge from attack and present a united front. For reasons unknown, Miranda seems to be at the heart of the attacks. Perhaps the fact that she is a petite female with auburn, banana curls marks her as an easy target. However, those who underestimate Miranda usually end up learning a fatal lesson.

The action shifts into full throttle the minute Lincoln Shapiro is kidnapped. Can Miranda and the others find him before his time runs out? Does Miranda’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, Nash, want his brother found? Romance winds along a bumpy road, and action builds until the exciting climax of Just Deserts 2: Miranda’s Laws.

This novel is literary justice for victims of hard-core criminals. Thousands of criminals go free on technicalities, and others are never caught. Most of us secretly wish for vigilante justice, even if only for a fleeting moment. Miranda and the society she works for deliver when the courts fall short. Join in the literary justice being delivered…one book at a time.
Age of Glory and Charm <BR>By: Capt. Patrick J. Schneider, USMCR
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-940-8
Edition: Paperback, 162 Pages
Publication Date: October 7, 2008
As the Civil War raged, John Drewry found himself being pulled back into the conflict but not on the battlefield. This time he found himself involved in a mystery mission, full of intrigue and suspense that leads him down a path toward the unknown and true love.

As an amateur poet he recounts his battlefield experiences in poems like Shiloh:

      On Grant’s left, pink blossoms, from the peach orchard fall,
      stripped of their mooring by mini ball.
      A messenger summoned, and with orders in hand,
      came a desperate demand for Prentiss to stand.

      On the sunken road, Prentiss’ men formed a line,
      repelling the rebels, time after time.
      After six hours of fighting, he surrendered his men,
      but the action had worked, the Union would win.
The Voyage to Hades <BR>Book Two <br>By: Robert B. Corbett
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-874-6
Edition: Paperback, 357 Pages
Publication Date: September 17, 2008
The battle with the gang that almost took over Italy is over with. Doctor La Spezia visits John at his mother’s villa and once again invites him and his girlfriend, Doctor Jane Collins, to finish their exploration of the huge cavern that is beneath Rome University. While exploring the great cavern, Doctor La Spezia shows his guests the inside of one of the temples of Hades. So terrible was the sight before them that Doctor Corbit and his friend Jane Collins felt the urge to flee. John Corbit says this in his account:
      “Truly this was like looking over on what people call the other side of the vale, that thin barrier between life as we understand it and the possibilities of unspeakable sorrow and unimaginable endless suffering.”
      John and his girlfriend, Jane Collins, visit a famous park on his island, called The Garden Camp Ground. While at the park, John and Jane live on a small farm run by a mountain family from Tennessee. John and his friends manage to persuade a physician by the name of Doctor James Wisdom to join his merry band of explorers. Later in the account, John, Jane Collins, and Doctor Von Brawn do a preliminary voyage to Loch Ness to determine if a full scale exploration of where John suspects the monster dwells is feasible. Jane Latimer, chairperson over the Loch Ness Committee, is shown film of two great monsters as they swim past John’s submarine, the Ben Franklin.
      After the preliminary voyage to the outskirts of Hades, John and Jane Collins take a much deserved break and fly to Columbia, South America, to travel through the jungles with a famous explorer Doctor David Copperfield and his students to a great mountain that contains a hidden city of great beauty, mystery and danger. They are almost eaten by a great serpent. John says this about the snake:
      “There was a snake down there that must have crawled out of a twisted science fiction writer’s nightmares.”
      Finally the great day came for Doctor John Corbit and his brave crew to explore the world hidden below the surface of the Earth. Overhead, hundreds of pleasure craft follow the Michelangelo, John’s wonder submarine. Down in Hades John and his crew discover wonders beyond anyone’s dreams. To quote from Corbit’s account:
      “The sheer magnificence and beauty truly would tax the ability of mortals to describe! It looks like we have indeed found the land where dreams come from and beauty was given birth to!” Join John and his brave crew as they encounter terror beyond description! I quote:
      “Not since men dwelled in caves before the dawn of history had such an incident been witnessed! The fish and other life forms we saw fleeing [from the Loch Ness Monsters] were a mixed multitude of every ugly, bizarre, and savage looking creature imaginable!”
Just Deserts: An Assassin's Tale <BR>By: Sheila Roy
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-897-5
Edition: Paperback, 325 Pages
Publication Date: August 16, 2008
Miranda is an assassin for a secret society headed by a woman called the Judge. The Judge’s clients come from every walk of life; maybe their child was molested or their daughter was raped. Whatever the case, Miranda’s face is the last face the target will ever see. Driven by hatred for her own rapist, Miranda seeks justice for those who cannot find it on their own. She uses her petite size and auburn curls to appear innocent, which allows her to approach her targets. She is a one-woman crew; trained in martial arts by the Judge’s teachers and deadly with most weapons. She uses unorthodox methods and she lives by her own set of rules dubbed Miranda’s Laws, which keep her alive and out of jail. She gives her clients peace of mind but can she obtain the same peace by finding her own rapist?

When Miranda meets Nash Shapiro, a gorgeous sword dealer, the heart she’s been trying to hide decides to ride her sleeve. Caught between two men and surrounded by her handsome colleagues, Miranda feels like a lady slipper in a dark forest!

Just Deserts: An Assassin’s Tale proves that you can love after being hurt, you can move on after loss, and you can trust after being betrayed.
15 to 1 <BR>By: Janell Richison
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-771-8
Edition: Paperback, 595 Pages
Publication Date: February 21, 2008
In the mid 1980s, a young African-American student searches for a cultural foundation that is at risk in her home state of Washington: Finding a man of color, with character, a higher education, and a love for his family, is a challenge she must face while studying abroad as an exchange student. Her desire to not give up on her cultural background leads her to a country in Africa; once there, she discovers that her cultural heritage is at stake, and the need to find justification, in a race of people, that emerged through a period of time in history, that many would rather forget, is pushing her into a world that tries to understand the world that she comes from. Stephanie, the main character, will keep you on the edge of your seat, as she makes a concerted effort to do what is right for her people back home, in an effort to save that which is dieing, the Black American male. By traveling throughout the country of Kenya, she must come to grips with the fact that finding the perfect man in Kenya may upset an already delicate balance of life.
The Magic Castle <BR>A Visit With Mother Earth <BR>By: Ruki
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-561-5
Edition: Paperback, 195 Pages
Publication Date: October 23, 2007
Imagine having a conversation with none other than mother Earth herself. That’s exactly what happens to Todd and Sarah, ten-year-old cousins who share a summer they will never forget! When they begin their yearly summer project they have no idea of the wheels they will set in motion. This year they build a castle in Sarah’s back yard.

A band of Elves moves into the castle, taking the children on a breathtaking adventure into the very heart of Earth. But joy and laughter turn to shock and dismay when their visit reveals an Earth darkened by plague and destruction, held captive by the Homonite, the noxious creature unknowingly created by humans themselves.

Now aware of what is happening to our planet, and armed with a new found knowledge, Todd and Sarah realign their lives in order to live in harmony with Earth, as well as teaching others the importance of healing our environment. Around the world, more Elves reach out to other humans, gradually reopening the door that has for so many millenniums been closed against the ignorance that destroys.