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  • Friar Bernard Bakonja

    His Schooling and Tonsure by

    In a village in the Dalmatian hinterland, a once-in-a-generation event is about to take place. The time has come for the Jerković clan, whose holy lineage goes back twenty-four generations, to assemble and select a new student among its youth and ...


  • Place in the Sun

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    “Every good or bad decision we make leads us one step closer to exactly where we’re supposed to be in life.” —Sheila Horne, Sunshine Girls After a curveball turns her quiet, tidy little life inside out, Ella Shaw steps off the ferry onto ...


  • Rebecca Serves the Queen

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    I hope with my writing I can try attention that people with a mental health disability can have careers, use their skills and talent to income in their home. To become a role model to the younger generation and use the money from my book to help ...


  • More TC'S Tales

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    MORE TC’S TALES is a second collection of short stories by Thomas McCavour. Trust Me is a story about the illicit drug trade, embezzlement and love. Hugs and Kisses deals with a romance and rescue. Arrowhead is a Native American love story and the ...


  • Sagas & Sea Smoke

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    A young archeologist and her journalist friend join an eclectic mix of anthropologists descending on L'Anse aux Meadows, Canada, the only verified Viking encampment in North America and the planet's first UNESCO World Heritage Site. After ...


  • Rules For Living On Earth

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    Jonathan Brown, the father of twin sons is married to a lovely woman. He is also a successful bank executive, a nature enthusiast and an unfaithful husband. Jonathan Brown is also a die-hard atheist. One evening at the age of forty-two, he ...


  • The Heathery Isle

    Home by Christmas by

    Scotsman Ewan MacBride and German Peter Baum, both have ‘histories’ from their homelands that force them to stow away aboard a ship bound for Canada. With skills in blacksmithing and cooperage, the two men soon forge a brotherly friendship and ...


  • Triangular

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    Nina Johnstone has a mission. CPS attorney, childhood abuse survivor, and overall badass, Nina has a bone to pick—and she's playing for keeps. Nina can't believe that the perpetrators of her latest child abuse case have—yet again—gotten off ...


  • Hepting's Road

    A Novel of Teaching by

    From teaching disadvantaged adolescents to affluent elementary school children, and working with principals ranging from a supportive humanist to a data-nut despot, the second year of Steve Hepting's career is far from boring. Set in 2004, the ...


  • Driven by Fire

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    When Piper walks in on her boyfriend with another woman, she ends up alone, walking the highway leading into Fort McKay in Northern Alberta. Piper realizes how much she’s sacrificed for this relationship—her friends, her lifestyle, and most ...