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Facing the Dragon

Facing the Dragon by Philip Derrick is a Vietnam War mystery thriller about a young man, James Peterson who takes on the identity of a murdered soldier who had been on his way to serve a tour in Vietnam. Peterson, as crazy as it may seem, is only 15 years old when he assumes his new identity. Could a fifteen-year-old boy have the ability to pull ...

Fairlane Road

Andrew Jean was a retired detective who loved spending his days relaxing on his front porch, smoking cigarettes and reading books about philosophy. He had spent a career chasing bad guys up until he moved to the small town of Lamplight. It was there that he had faced the toughest case of his career. It was there that his wife left him and his daughter. ...

Fallible: A Memoir of a Young Physician's Struggle with Mental Illness

Fallible: A Memoir of a Young Physician’s Struggle with Mental Illness is a moving chronicle about the trials and tribulations of the author, Kyle Jones’ struggle to succeed in life while emotionally afflicted with severe depression and anxiety. Jones’ bouts with depression and anxiety reared its ugly existence when he was just ...

Finding UP

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Fishermen's Court

A hilarious murder mystery is as rare as dead fish that don’t stink. Fishermen’s Court by Andrew Wolfendon is a keeper. The main character, Finnian Carroll, sits at “a rural roadhouse with poor self-esteem and a truly frightening jukebox lineup, scarfing down a Cowboy burger and watching a cornball old movie starring George Segal ...

Flow Like A River

Historical fiction or murder mystery, let the reader decide. Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman is a fast-moving novel set in the Texas hill country in the 1920s. Seventy-five years is a long time to hold a grudge whether this tale is based on legend or imagination, its plot is intriguing.

The little town of Gary, Texas, is historically ...


Author Jeffrey S. Stephens has another captivating novel in FOOL’S ERRAND. Told in the first person by the son of Blackie Rinaldi, the storyteller is a young, single, advertising executive who recounts this gripping and humorous tale of family secrets through recalled stories of family dynamics. The author sets the scene through flashbacks ...

Forever People

Forever People by Alison Lyke is a futuristic story about afterlife, and the currency that you need to assure a lavish eternal afterlife.  Do you remember Green Stamps? Back in the sixties, they were a preferred point system that could get you “stuff,” and then the big rage became Airline miles and hotel points which could ...

From Ashes Into Light

From Ashes Into Light by Gudrun Mouw is a very moving story of hardship, inspiration, family, etc. told by three different people in three different times. You will meet Ruth, Saqapaya and Friede. The times and perils they go through involve war and the situations each of them find themselves in and how they cope and live through it all. Ruth is ...

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