General Fiction

Dearly Departed<BR> Blessedly Returned <BR>By: Lu Raldiris
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-178-1
Edition: Paperback, 118 Pages
Publication Date: May 27, 2010
When we die we are just dead. Are we? We never come back in spirit much less reincarnated. Do we not? Of those of us who have had spiritual personal experiences some will admit to it and others will not. Why not? There are those who believe, those who are in doubt, and those who do not believe and that is the end of it for them. In these pages we also expose a spiritual center as the ultimate in charlatanism. We have some touching moments when a non-believer suddenly believes. More is revealed when a group of students are presented with the smiling face of one of their own who has already passed on. Dearly Departed Blessedly Returned deals with these issues. The revelations may shock and challenge...
Silver Creek <BR>By: Lu Raldiris
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-177-4
Edition: Paperback, 126 Pages
Publication Date: May 27, 2010
There is unexpected action-packed adventure when Dan Leavell, a young gunsmith from 1877 Laredo, Texas, sells his business and travels to Arizona. With only the proceeds from his gunsmith store, he searches for his parents and the mystery of a map he has received. He meets a colorful character that helps him unravel the secret of the map, the whereabouts of his parents, and an inheritance that he is willing to share. He befriends two sheriffs and helps one who loses his deputy in a cowboy wild run of the town. He rescues a man and sister both courageous and handy with guns that back him throughout his search. He meets Nellie, the saloonkeeper in his mother’s absence, and their relationship quickly blossoms into a lasting romance.
Wade vs. Roe <bR>By: Victor Febles
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-149-1
Edition: Paperback, 265 Pages
Publication Date: March 31, 2010
At a time when America’s economic woes seemed to overshadow everything else, after the political pendulum swung back left and abortion rights seemed secure for at least the next four years, an unwanted pregnancy occurred, one that would change the very course of history. This is the story of how abortion met its end, why it met its end. It’s about a father’s desperate attempt to save the life of his unborn child and the lengths a loving parent will go to for the sake of their children. In essence, it’s a story about unconditional love and all out redemption, for a family, for a nation, for the world.
Friends of a Lifetime <bR>By: A G Pearl
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-131-6
Edition: Paperback, 233 Pages
Publication Date: February 3, 2010
This book is a work of fiction based on experiences of my younger days as I remembered them. Friends surrounded me through my life. The friends of my youth were a joy worth more than all the gold in this world. A simple playground filled with laughter and joy. Relationships fueled by respect, love, and knowledge where loneliness has no part or place in life. Some of my childhood friends are no longer living, yet their spirits are as real as our memories. When we have a memory, no one is completely gone. My prayer is in some small way I leave a happy memory with those whom I have the pleasure of knowing and this book opens the vault of their memories as well as the memories of any person who reads it. Joy and laughter are keys to the universe. God is happy when his creation loves and has compassion for each other.
Word Warrior <BR>By: Richard E. Cain
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-125-5
Edition: Paperback, 402 Pages
Publication Date: January 21, 2010
Writer Owen Aherne must face the fact that he is in the beginning stage of Alzheimer’s disease. He realizes the novel he has just begun about ancient Ireland will be his last chance to prove to his family, to his critics, and to himself that he can write a truly great story. Beleaguered by doubt, by misgivings about his life, and by the encroaching symptoms of his mental decline, Owen struggles to write a story about a young Iron Age Gael who wishes to become a bard but who must overcome his humble origins and survive the predations of ruthless marauders. It is a story about the life Owen wishes he could have lived. With his mind and memory failing, he desperately hopes that he will be able to finish his last novel and that it will be not only a great story but a vindication of the choices he has made during his lifetime.
The Hatteras Caper <BR>A Saga of Bad Money Doing Good <br>By: Buck Rish, MD
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-105-7
Edition: Paperback, 144 Pages
Publication Date: October 27, 2009
The Hatteras Caper intertwines the beauty of the Outer Banks of North Carolina and the adventures of a self-made humanitarian.

As Ray Leggett of Bear Grass, North Carolina, struggles with the stress of a pregnancy with his fiancée, Stacey, things go wrong with his life. He fails to make the East Carolina University golf team, flunks out of college, and finally joins the Marine Corps. He is sent to Vietnam, but he returns injured. Seeking peace, Ray goes to Canada in search of a golf team buddy only to find a dismal scenario.

To return to North Carolina, Ray becomes a crewman on a yacht sailing south. His life is changed forever when he absconds with a cache of money, which he finds onboard the yacht. On Cape Hatteras, Ray becomes a newspaper reporter, gravedigger, and a body hauler as he carefully manages his fortune. Several romances and a health scare later, he invests in a bankrupt golf course. Stacey had married another man, but is now a widow and finds Ray on Hatteras. After their love is rekindled, an intriguing secret about the money is revealed.
Voices of a Living Past {Love Letters} <BR>By: Robert Earl Kenney
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-064-7
Edition: Paperback, 60 Pages
Publication Date: July 22, 2009
This book takes place at the Coney Island Sandwich Shop, St. Petersburg, Florida, where generations have gathered since 1926. Timeless Voices are recorded and noted by the gifted mind of a young man, though struck blind by lightning the year before, who can yet SEE the memories, thoughts, and emotions of others in his presence. The Voices of the Journeyman, the Old Sailor, and the twin mother of twins are joined by Socrates, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sir Francis Bacon, and others.

Each a Voice of a Living Past.
David and Other Stories <BR>By: Eddy Arnold
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-046-3
Edition: Paperback, 133 Pages
Publication Date: June 11, 2009
Other Editions: Hardcover
Set in Mississippi, David and Other Stories is a collection of interwoven stories about boyhood and adolescence, and the ghosts of poverty and child abuse that follow the author into adulthood.
When Little Girls Laugh <BR>By: L. Renee Roberts
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-005-0
Edition: Paperback, 170 Pages
Publication Date: February 22, 2009
How much pain are you willing to forgive? This is a story told by Olletta Burberry, a young, beautiful woman whose main subject of allurement is a man who lives under the same roof as she does. Only this man in her life is too close for the comfort of her and her sisters. Growing up in the small town of Derby, Georgia, the Burberry girls’ lives are as simple and innocent as she’d like it to be. However, that simple life has been interrupted by the complicated sexual advances of a man who should have protected them. The struggles that Olletta and her sisters endure are an overwhelming weight that should never be carried by any girl of her youth. Their lives are forever affected by the weak habits of their father. And when she thought that fate had concluded her nightmares, Olletta finds herself fighting a real demon! Find out the unexpected conclusion of these dramatic events!!!
Codex Michelangelo <Br>By: Raul P. Rodriguez
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-996-5
Edition: Paperback, 131 Pages
Publication Date: February 12, 2009
The subject of creation is commonly regarded as an arena of incompatibility between science and religion. This book is an attempt to harmonize scientific theories regarding the beginning of the universe and the existence of living beings with the story of creation revealed within the Bible.

The anecdotal approach employed in this book contains accurate historical references, albeit melded with distinguishably fictitious stories that intertwine with the realities of our past to illustrate the drama on which our narrative embarks.

This work is not in any way intended to compromise the teaching of the Church for the sake of accommodating the scientific theories of mankind. On the contrary, it is the objective of this book, as previously stated, through sound reasoning and the powerful and clear voice of fiction, to show that both teachings could be equally accepted.