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  • APOK

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    Fluctuating World Markets, Underhanded Political Agendas, Organized Crime, Social Uprisings, and Terrorist Attacks blur the line between right and wrong. Eight year police veteran Miguel Mejia aka APOK made a split second decision that affected a ...


  • Phyllis

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    Phyllis, a widow in her sixties, goes to a Great Lakes resort for a change of scenery, and there she meets another lonely soul— Owen, a gruff but kindly handyman. Their tentative romance is interrupted when Owen is asked to repair a cottage for an ...


  • The Spirit of the Autumn Wind

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    Set in post-World War II Morocco, Ireland, and the Mediterranean, The Spirit of the Autumn Wind is a high-seas adventure brimming with mystery and romance. When respected sea captain Regan Quinn and his lifelong friend, Niko, are accidentally ...


  • A Bitter Wind

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    Can time become stuck at NOW or does it just seem that way? Can the past be changed without creating a paradox? Does history repeat or is that something we tell ourselves to cover our poor choices? When Alexander ‘Ramses’ Smith is assigned to ...


  • The River

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    Ace Smith is a Seattle detective wounded in a gunfight in the seedy part of town. Faced with career ending injuries Ace is given a lifeline working as a detective for the Governor's cold case task force. What was a second chance could cause Ace to ...


  • Beyond The White Curtain

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    Twelve-year-old Stephanie’s life is turned upside down when her dear Matka dies. The family is just beginning to pull itself together when calamity strikes again, in an unlikely fashion. As Stephanie tries to make sense of the changes in her life, ...


  • The Bible Killings

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    Detective Kortovich and O'Brien think they've seen it all, but even they are shocked by their newest case. Three men have been found in The First Church of God with their pants down, peckers up, and ice-picks in the back of their necks. The only ...


  • Always Afternoon

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    When the young Jack MacDonald travelled to Lima, Peru in the late seventies, he had no idea how quickly his life would spiral out of control. Vice and violence become the driving forces in his life, guided by the shaking hands of two fellow ...


  • The Lizard Ladies

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    Carla Carson, librarian at a small town college, gets caught up in mayhem and murder. When the pace of academic life is interrupted by the presence of a mysterious stranger, Carla and her friends are determined to figure out why he is here. Carla’s ...


  • Maverick

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    A nameless hero sets down his Scotch and fried bologna and leaves the comfort of his local Moose lodge in search of the truth. What he finds is that not everything is as it seems, that movie stars are people too, and that he should have never left ...