Tag: literary fiction

Beyond The Utmost Bound

Beyond The Utmost Bound

| May 13, 2020

To Find Yourself…Disappear. On the evening of high school graduation, an outcast teenager leaves his small country town on a quest to find himself when he comes face to face with an evolutionary roadblock that has derailed most of humanity. With the help of an eighty-year-old American Indian Zen philosopher, an ex-marine cowboy, a reverend […]

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Ghost Music (A Marcus Brace Mystery)

Ghost Music (A Marcus Brace Mystery)

| April 29, 2020

Named a Readers’ Favorite Book Award Winner“a commendable and flawless mystery” Seattle Detective Marcus Brace is falling apart, both professionally and personally. Before he can put his own demons to rest, a brutal homicide and an unusual summons from family long-forgotten force Marcus to confront everything he’s been running from and consider how the past […]

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Romantic Guerrilla

Romantic Guerrilla

| February 25, 2020

A bad-boy entrepreneur, Subash Bodhi runs his startup in style. He gets into a power struggle with Prakash Bhasani, a billionaire investor and heir of a family-run business group. As the power struggle escalates, Subash gets kicked out of his startup and comes back for justice with a guerrilla army, consisting of a hacker, MMA […]

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From What’s Broken

From What’s Broken

| January 30, 2020

Amanda and Matthew are on the cusp of their happily ever after. They have a stable marriage and a lovely daughter, and they are eagerly awaiting the birth of their second. Suddenly tragedy strikes and the couple’s picture-perfect life crumbles. Ivory, their firstborn child, dies in an accident. Not knowing how to deal with their […]

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Rumors

Rumors

| January 12, 2020

A high school ruled by small-town politics.A rural community ruled by rumors.The truth may set them free. But are they ready for it? The residents of West Lake are resistant to change and afraid of confrontation. They’re happy to punch in and punch out and complain about the boss man. They’re friendly to your face […]

The Wooden Indian Resurrection: Coming of Age in Middle Age

The Wooden Indian Resurrection: Coming of Age in Middle Age

| December 5, 2019

A CAPTIVATING TALE OF FIRST LOVE, BETRAYAL, AND SECOND CHANCES THAT “STAYS WITH YOU LONG AFTER YOU TURN THE LAST PAGE.” (CINDY MYERS, “THE VIEW FROM HERE”). Three girlfriends, one betrayal, three decades of bitterness, and one showdown that changes everything in this resurrection of a beaten-down woman who discovers “that we must face – […]

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Floating in the Neversink

Floating in the Neversink

| October 25, 2019

“Her keen observations are those of a Jewish teen coming of age…. This novel too has its dark edges, as Simon explores complexities of friendship and family.” —The New York Jewish Week “A thought-provoking and beautifully written book that will challenge how its readers think about how an individual weaves the tapestry of her family’s […]

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Hippies

Hippies

| August 15, 2019

By 1970, the hippie scene was faltering, a victim of both inner contradictions and external forces. The Vietnam war resistance, psychedelic drugs, sexual openness, the freedom of the commune – it seemed that everything about the 1960s could be incredibly liberating or wildly destructive. Against this backdrop, Jazmine, Ziggy, Ragman and a coterie of hippies […]

By the Hands of Men, Book One:  The Old World

By the Hands of Men, Book One: The Old World

| August 14, 2019

A soldier fights for his soul in the trenches of France.  A field hospital nurse battles death every day.  Are duty and honor enough of a reason to go on in the hell of a world at war? A mere mile from the blood-drenched front lines, Russian refugee and nurse Charlotte Braninov encounters English Lieutenant Robert Fitzgerald, […]

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Raw Sexuality, or a Year of Indiscretion

Raw Sexuality, or a Year of Indiscretion

| August 14, 2019

“(Extremely) brutal honesty, total sexual unabashedness and slightly bitter, but meditative and charming humour. […] If Nick Hornby, Henry Miller, Philip Roth and Charles Bukowski had shared a house for a week or two, they would have come up with something very similar. Most importantly though, it never lets you get bored – not for […]

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