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  • Cherry Hill Farm

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    It's 1809, and Shannon and Daniel Healy are about to embark on their new life in the New World with their many friends and family after a turbulent voyage across the Atlantic Ocean from their Irish homeland. Their adventure begins as their ship ...


  • When The Sky Was No Longer Blue

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    A work of fiction drawn from true events, When the Sky Was No Longer Blue is a shattering account of three generations' response to one of humanity’s most devastating crimes, a tale of unspeakable terror that culminates in a universal message and an ...


  • The Throwaways

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    INFIDELITY, SEX, LUST, ENVY, ADOPTION, ABORTION, LIES. While investigating the murder of a popular, small town family man, many secrets are unearthed about William Valentino's past that could have led to his death. As Detectives Scott and Miller, ...


  • Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories

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    Is love the most revolutionary of all acts? In this wide-ranging collection of twelve short stories, a startling array of characters explore their perspectives on love. The stories sweep from sharp realism to heady allegory, haunting fables to ...


  • Concerto for Two Boys and a Dog

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    Growing up in Illinois in the 1950s and 1960s, Bob and Jeff are intimate friends who are separated at age eight by a family tragedy that breaks their world apart. Reunited in high school, they both have changed and each is afraid the other won’t ...


  • Radical Love

    A World Devoid of Compassion is Dangerous For Us All by

    Margaret is a successful judge, and her family seems perfect. She loves her daughter Sheila and would give the world for her. But when Sheila decides to commit suicide rather than face the wrath of her parents (especially her mother) who claims to ...


  • Connected

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    Does identity demand a connection to the past? For decades, Birdie didn’t think so. From a beginning filled with death, violence, and sadness, without regret or a single glance back, she moves on to create a happy life of career and children with a ...


  • Beyond the Clear Blue Sky

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    Five year old Susan O’Dey lost both of her parents in a tragic accident and lives with her grandparents, Ernest and Marie, in an idyllic little town known simply as ‘the meadows.’ Her day to day life is happy, but routine: that is until her ...


  • Who Said I Was Up For Adoption?

    A story about one calculating dog...and one unsuspecting human by

    Is there any expression of FRIENDSHIP as endearing as a dog voluntarily touching its nose to yours? When Colin Chappell contemplated the idea of adopting a dog, he did so warily, for he had seldom spent time with dogs and one of his primary canine ...


  • The Old Violin

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    Alex Blair was a famous violinist in some of the greatest concert halls in the united States and Canada. Suddenly he removed himself from that life and lived almost as a recluse in the rural district of Guysborough County in Nova Scotia. He placed ...