The Darkness and the Light <bR>By: Henry M. Schmidt
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-820-9
Edition: Paperback, 239 Pages
Publication Date: July 29, 2021
Here is a book of short stories that may touch some of us, if not all, at some time in our lives. We all have those moments when we become blind to the future. Then again, there is always hope we will go from the darkness to eventually see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Ashes in the Snow <bR>By: Alyce Holmes
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-818-6
Edition: Paperback, 263 Pages
Publication Date: June 25, 2021
The accident changed everything. Camille Reynolds woke up in a log cabin with a strange man who said he was her husband, but she was scared to death every time he looked in her direction and couldn’t understand why. At the moment, she couldn’t remember anything including her name or what type of life she’d shared with this man.

As her memory slowly returns, her worry only deepens when aspects about her life and family emerge to reveal a picture she’s too afraid to face. Camille will discover she’s entangled in a mystery and finds herself at the center of hidden agendas with no idea who she can trust.

Was Victor really her husband or was he the man she was running away from the night she crashed her car into that snowy embankment?.…
Searching for Sugar Time <bR>By: L.A. Malby
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-806-3
Edition: Paperback, 166 Pages
Publication Date: January 6, 2021
As Amy’s adopted son, Harry, prepares to leave for college in Anchorage, Alaska, Amy fears he will continue the search for his father he began in Return to Sugar Time. When Joshua Blackmore is murdered at the Sullivan Brother’s Hotel, Beth Ann’s secret is revealed. Sissy and David uncover the murderer, only to learn Beth Ann and Harry’s lives are threatened. Shirley Temple ponders what to tell her adopted daughter, Sarah, about her birth mother. Harry risks his love for Alicia as he travels to the far north in Alaska. Does he learn that home is the place that always is waiting? Will Harry know when he finds it?
Sleeping With The Cross <bR>By: Bobbie N. Jarvis
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-795-0
Edition: Paperback, 189 Pages
Publication Date: September 9, 2020
Only a true love affair will survive the test that these two would endure during this period of time where opposite does attract and by all means fall in love.

The incredible story of a beautiful black woman and the man who dared to love her - the only trouble is, he is the Grand Dragon of the KKK. It’s the worst sin he could commit. Newspapers are filling with scandal. This drama of love and life in the South is filled with romance and adventure as the beautiful black woman struggles against two races and violence his love generates. But while her people can forgive, the Klan cannot and in the end their love may cost the Grand Dragon his life.
The Foretold Story Book 1: Part 1 <bR>By: Katia R. V. Reed
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-779-0
Edition: Paperback, 418 Pages
Publication Date: April 14, 2020
Other Editions: Hardcover
Nineteen years in the making from the prolific mind of Katia R. V. Reed, comes the first premiering cinematic novel of her series titled, The Foretold Story. Taking place in a future world of New York City, the story follows the usual life changing events of Midas Aurulien as he pursues his dreams to work for the sought-after Skyscraper Empire, the crown jewel of the technological future. During his venture, Midas confronts many obstacles. A few being unknowingly dragged into the secret diabolical world of the ultra-rich, deceitful business dealings, and confronting supernatural happenings. Just when he thinks all hope is lost in achieving his dream, he crosses paths with a woman who helps him gain the edge; however, she gets more than she bargained for.
Forbidden Fruit <bR>By: Alyce Holmes
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-770-7
Edition: Paperback, 258 Pages
Publication Date: December 10, 2019
Two wrongs don’t make a right. James Vaughn was a wealthy and powerful man. He was the founder of Kingdom Records and Rachel was his wife and one of his hottest stars with several Grammy and B.E.T. Awards to her credit. Her husband promised to give her the world. The only thing he didn’t promise was fidelity since dalliances with other women seemed to be part of the package.

James didn’t attempt to be discrete as he moved from one bed to the next, never bothering to look over his shoulder or consider the consequences. After he is tragically killed in a plane crash, several secrets surrounding his life are exposed.

His lifelong rival, Hunter Daniels will step in to give Rachel the comfort and support James never would and helps her pick up the pieces of her shattered life. When Hunter also offers his heart, she has to fight a mental battle between making the right choices and the quiet whispers of forbidden fruit...
Shadows over Sugar Time <BR>By: L.A. Malby
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-771-4
Edition: Paperback, 186 Pages
Publication Date: November 25, 2019
A storm is gathering over Molly Mae Farm. Sissy Garrett is lucky to be alive and she knows it. She abandons the farm and moves to Chicago to recover from leaving the Sisters of all Charity. She lives close to the newlyweds, Shirley Temple and Abel, who have adopted a little girl.

Sissy and David Eastwood, who is in love with her, part, as neither can accept their differences. Sissy becomes acquainted with a woman who is establishing a shelter for abused women. Later, Sissy returns home to the farm, in order to hide a battered woman. After Sissy becomes embroiled in a murder, her life is threatened and only with the love of David does she recover from a brutal kidnapping, to become more embroiled with the evil surrounding her.

Beth Ann’s career as a movie star takes off. Will she keep her secret?

This is the fourth novel in the Sugar Time series and is a compelling story of the Garretts as the darkness of abuse confronts them and the gathering shadows threaten their lives. Will the courage of Sissy Garrett sweep it away?
An American Game <BR>By: Henry M. Schmidt
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-749-3
Edition: Paperback, 343 Pages
Publication Date: June 4, 2019
Henry Schmidt is writing again during his otherwise quiet nights in Las Vegas, Nevada, wondering if any person or persons will recognize his portrayals in his latest book An American Game. He tries to avoid any resemblance of truth to protect the innocent and to make his stories interesting to anyone feeling a bit guilty... Oh well, inside this book you will find a few stories for which we all may feel a few moments of being “special” concerning days and nights of our past....
Best Served Cold <BR>By: Alyce Holmes
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-727-1
Edition: Paperback, 260 Pages
Publication Date: June 8, 2018
Revenge is the dish that’s best served cold. Karen was living the outward appearance of a life most people would envy. Only she knew it was an abusive marriage and she had no intention of allowing it to continue.

When her husband, Nathan, landed a new position as the Operations Manager for Duvall Beverage and Distribution, he bought her a new house, a new car and promised things would be different.

Nathan took the job left vacant by Eric Kirkland. His death had been under mysterious circumstances and his sister, Laurel, refused to believe foul play wasn’t involved and felt the need to make sure Nathan knew what might lie ahead.

When his well planned career started to crumble at his feet, Karen happily watched from the sidelines as all Nathan’s efforts to hurt her were turned towards trying to save himself....
Aldeen the Queen <bR>Saga of a Quaint Southern Lady <br>By: Buck Rish, MD
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-699-1
Edition: Paperback, 124 Pages
Publication Date: July 26, 2017
Other Editions: Hardcover
This novel is based on the real life of a Southern lady, Aldeen the Queen. Raised in a wealthy family with a Civil War/Slaveholding history, she was crushed when her teenage lover was banished by her father. The Queen recovered and became independent and the manager of the family businesses. A series of deaths and the quandary of being jilted as a teenager impacted Aldeen but she matured and was married and widowed by four husbands. Inheriting significant wealth from each husband, Aldeen became a successful business woman.

Her banished lover accumulated a trust fund and bequeathed it to the Queen at his death.

Despite her brusk, terse personality, and outspoken bigotry, Aldeen the Queen was a generous humanitarian.