Who Owns The Mountain <BR>By: A J Poplaski
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-801-2
Edition: Paperback, 75 Pages
Publication Date: March 31, 2008
A young couple, Kate and Luke, bought a mountain and logged it with Haflinger horses to develop into a beautiful farm on top of the mountain. Just when it seemed that all of their dreams were coming true, Kate and Luke are killed in an airplane crash.

      Lisa is their oldest daughter.
      Suzy is a sweetheart.
      Aunt Anna is a great helper.
      Amy loves her toys.
      Peter is one bad boy.
      Jacob is just as bad.
      AJ is just trying to live a good life.

Who is going to own the mountain? Will it be AJ; or Lisa’s half brother; or will the lesbians own the mountain?
The Fearless Five <BR>By: William T. Moore, MD
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-750-3
Edition: Paperback, 313 Pages
Publication Date: January 30, 2008
Other Editions: Hardcover
The Fearless Five is an adventure story about five young men growing up in a small town, beside a lazy river that provided fun and river adventure. They were active in sports and they won their state basketball championship. They all became Eagle Scouts. They discovered and eventually explored a large cave near their hometown of Hartford City. While on vacation as young teenagers, they had a frightening experience of encountering smugglers while camping on an uninhabited island off the Florida coast. Two of these smugglers were also counterfeiters and were forced by Nazis to aid their cause. As fate would have it, the two Jews who were forced to counterfeit American currency became friends of the Fearless Five and together they were active in establishing the formation of the State of Israel. They experienced danger on many fronts, and despite their active lives, they found time for friendship and romance.
Edged Recompense <BR>By: Ron Kervin
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-697-1
Edition: Paperback, 374 Pages
Publication Date: October 24, 2007
The DEA has lost seven of its undercover agents to the South Louisiana based drug family, led by Samuel Garcia operating in Venezuela.

Lee Kenzer, an ex NSA black ops agent and Medal of Honor winner Army sniper has been tagged to lead the DEA covert ops group of mercenary head hunters drawn from the darkest corners of the U.S. Military realm.

The proposition from the DEA leadership to Lee Kenzer is simple; bring Samuel Garcia back from the jungles of South America, Dead or Alive.

Lee leads his group of head hunters into the jungles of South America only to find a beautiful but deadly surprise waiting for him while a dangerous and deadly reincarnation crawls out of the dark and brooding Canaan’s bayou. Warrior ancestors from spiritual realms reach across unseen voids to touch Lee and guide him in his quest to settle old scores.

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Silent But Deadly War <BR>By: Harry G. Haberman
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-698-8
Edition: Paperback, 232 Pages
Publication Date: September 20, 2007
A peaceful flight to Viet Nam of 200 American soldiers becomes frightful as the plane is suddenly struck by enemy anti-aircraft missiles. The damage was horrendous to the soldiers and the plane. By the Grace of God, the plane landed safely—everyone was evacuated before the plane blew up!

Dr. Heck Glenn, a passenger on the plane did himself proud in providing emergency treatment to the badly wounded. He was assigned Chief of both Surgery and Medicine of a small Vietnamese Hospital whose doctors were in the forests with their own South Vietnamese troops. In addition, Dr. Glenn was responsible for sanitation and health of a nearby camp of displaced families. A Bubonic Plague Epidemic broke out there. Dr. Glenn distinguished himself the way he handled it.

After the war ended, he became Chief of Bacteriology at Biological Laboratories. He investigates the absence of many sealed containers of deadly, but live Bubonic Plague germs at a nearby lab. Intrigue follows a race against death in running down the perpetrators.

I Was a Dealer for the DEA <BR>By: Edward Kahn
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-685-8
Edition: Paperback, 137 Pages
Publication Date: August 16, 2007
Other Editions: Hardcover
By the time Tommy Giordano was thirteen he realized his calling in life. He realized what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. He found something that he was destined for and loved it. He went to the top and then came crashing down a few times. He loved what he did. Read this story of someone who found out they were destined for infamy, and still made the choice to take that road. Meet Tommy the Kid Giordano who the author had the pleasure of meeting while at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary. Over two years he told me his story. This is a fictional account inspired by his story. An account filled with intrigue and suspense that will capture your attention from the very first page and will not release you until the last page is turned.
All the Way <BR>By: Yvette N. Thomas
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-558-5
Edition: Paperback, 231 Pages
Publication Date: August 13, 2007
Candice Sinclair had everything she could possibly want in life, until life dealt her a hand she dared to finish. On what began as a normal summer afternoon, Dexter Sinclair was brutally murdered in what seemed to be an accident. What Candice would uncover in the mist of her husband’s investigation would put her in direct fire of lies, deceit, money laundering and most of all an illegitimate child.

Turning to her most trusted friend, Candice and Shawn Spencer turn San Antonio and Houston Texas on its ear. What Candice doesn’t expect is to fall in love with the brother of her husband’s murderer. The Belcher family was notorious for committing some of the most ruthless and conspicuous murders throughout Texas.
Equinox's Equilibrium <br>By: Sam Champie
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-485-4
Edition: Paperback, 129 Pages
Publication Date: July 9, 2007
From Portland, Oregon and the Columbia Gorge to Bordeaux, France this fast-paced murder mystery is centered around stolen documents exposing a multi-million dollar medical fraud. Do these documents really contain a cure for a devastating inner ear disorder? Can one find restoration for their Equilibrium imbalance? What connection did Vincent Van Gogh and Dr. Prosper Meniere share? This novel, the third for Sam Champie, once again explores Super Science, a science that can almost be fact. Super Science is a genre created by Mr. Champie … unique, refreshing, and exciting.

Fact........................Meniere’s disease is a failure to diagnose.

Fiction....................Endolymphatic Hydrops is just a theory.

Fact........................Van Gogh kept company with prostitutes.

Fiction....................Van Gogh had Meniere’s disease.

Fact........................Chicken Charlie’s Island is real.

Fiction or Fact?.....The Equinox holds super powers.