Dawg Knows <BR>The Secret of Sgt. Penton <BR>By: Buck Rish, MD
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-733-2
Edition: Paperback, 128 Pages
Publication Date: July 26, 2018
Ned, the newsboy, bastard son of a whiskey-swilling prostitute in the small mountain town of Glen Alpine, NC, is befriended by the town’s only doctor, who becomes his mentor. They adopt an Army dog called Dawg, whose master, a disabled Army sergeant, has mysteriously disappeared. Only Dawg knows the secret of the disappearance of Sgt. Robert Penton. The Veterans Affairs office mistakes Ned for the disabled sergeant and awards him a large pension, but Ned loses the money to a blackmailer who knows he’s an imposter. He continues to live as Sgt. Robert Penton, marries, and has a son. In time, the father becomes ill, and his identity is suspect when his blood type does not match the one listed in the sergeant’s records. In delirium before death, Ned confesses the fraud and reveals the blackmail. His son becomes a physician and joins the medical practice originally established by the physician who had befriended his father in his youth. Dawg took the secret of the sergeant’s disappearance to his grave but forever haunts the town as he marches with the ghost of the sergeant on the parade ground of the old Army base near Glen Alpine.
The Oil of Conversation <BR>By: Glenn A. Blake
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-702-8
Edition: Paperback, 221 Pages
Publication Date: August 7, 2017
He knew that any moment he might die from an enemy’s bullet but he never knew just how close he came to dying in her arms.

Ben Harris, a reluctant American soldier, survives the horrible Omaha Beach landing and endures over a year of battles across Europe during WWII while at the same time fighting an inner battle against guilt for his participation. It takes the profound words from an old gentleman who shares his wine with Ben in a Belgian cafe to finally make him understand that his actions are just. So he continues to do what he was trained to do, kill the enemy. But one such event cast Ben into the life of a beautiful German widow and drives him to the cliff where death awaits below.
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.
Twenty Exhilarating New Stories <br>By: Dalward J. DeBruzzi
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-675-5
Edition: Paperback, 341 Pages
Publication Date: April 29, 2017
TWENTY EXHILARATING NEW STORIES is a collection of imaginative stories that provide many hours of entertaining reading pleasure. This phenomenal book will keep you eagerly turning the pages from the beginning until the end.
Ten Stories of Mystery - Suspense - Adventure - Intrigue <bR>By: Dalward J. DeBruzzi
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-652-6
Edition: Paperback, 241 Pages
Publication Date: September 9, 2016
TEN STORIES OF MYSTERY – SUSPENSE – ADVENTURE – INTRIGUE is a collection of imaginative and entertaining stories. This book of unique stories provides hours of reading pleasure.
Fortune’s Wheel <BR>A Just Deserts Novel <BR>By: Sheila Roy
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-643-4
Edition: Paperback, 414 Pages
Publication Date: April 8, 2016
Sabrina has only worked at the Miami, Florida airport for a few months when an anonymous customer complaint alters the course of her life forever. Suddenly she must learn to adapt to a completely foreign and dangerous lifestyle – one where there’s no running from her fear or returning to her California-based sister. It’s a world where assassins operate in the dark of night, using unorthodox weapons that she must learn to supply. The man training her is a mischievous green-eyed hunk, but he’s hardly sympathetic to her unfortunate circumstances. Can she shed her mouse-like view on life and embrace her new family, or will she die in the midst of chaos?

Miranda uses her waist-length banana curls and golden-brown eyes to belie how dangerous she can be. As a petite assassin for a secret society, she’s trained to kill monsters – murderers, pedophiles, and rapists – that escape justice. Her love-life is a rollercoaster-like disaster when Sabrina makes her debut into the society. Now she needs to put the men in her life aside long enough to teach Sabrina how to survive in her world. Will betrayal and romance ultimately lead to destruction, or will friendship and loyalty win in the end?
Of Courage & Character <BR>By: Guy R. Phillips
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-595-6
Edition: Paperback, 208 Pages
Publication Date: October 7, 2015
Adaptable to a screenplay, this action packed fiction novel runs the gamut of emotions and understanding, letting the reader decide if the hero has made the right choices between politics and humanity.

Set in the near future, Richard, an intelligent yet naive young man, is raised during a political civil war where the United States is divided East and West by conservative and liberal ideals. Richard is raised as a good socialist until a series of events catapults him into life or death decisions.

Richard is accompanied by a soldier of fortune named Ryan and a beautiful woman named Sonja who will shape Richard’s future and lead him to make the ultimate decision: Loyalty to his country or to himself.

My hope is the reader comes away with a good feeling about themselves and the resiliency of mankind.

This is an easy reading novel with lots of action, twists and humor, yet allows time to meditate over the doctrines of man.
Two Shines at Sundown <BR>By: Gene McCants
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-567-3
Edition: Paperback, 144 Pages
Publication Date: September 20, 2014
Upon his return home, Horace Daniels, a war veteran, finds himself struggling with trying to re-adapt to being back in his hometown. With the help of his family, friends and the new woman in his life he is able to bring things back into perspective. Shortly after settling in, he joins the County Sheriff’s Department and becomes a deputy. With a strong sense of duty and purpose, Daniels and his fellow deputies stand to uphold justice and restore order. But when a new liquid drug hits the streets the crime rate and violence escalates throughout the city. This nearly pushes Horace over the edge as he is constantly being faced with verbal insults and physical threats. With the support of his department, Horace decides that it’s time to use his combat skills to put an end to the madness and bring down the culprits involved.
The Adventures of Egghead in School <BR>By: Ray Kopek
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-556-7
Edition: Paperback, 46 Pages
Publication Date: June 6, 2014
This book is about a very smart and fast student, who does the right thing in school when asked by his teachers.
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.