Rebellious teen Robin "Robbie" Willette thinks her life sucks.
Her grades aren't the greatest. Her dad hates her "older" boyfriend. And her mom keeps Robbie on a short leash after her straight A, perfect, older sister gets pregnant and has a baby. As the tension builds in her family,…
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In the ruins of Herculaneum lies the Villa dei Papiri, a sprawling palace once owned by the father-in-law of Julius Caesar. In the 79CE eruption of Mount Vesuvius, the villa and its extensive library were buried and perfectly preserved. Today, they have been partially excavated. The…Continue
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You may now pre-order The Vesuvius Isotope in paperback form only, right here on this website. This will always be your cheapest option for obtaining the novel, as there's no middle-man to receive a cut of your money. e-books will become available in the next month or…Continue
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I have just submitted The Vesuvius Isotope for formatting. While the novel is now officially in the hands of those who will put it into print, its actual publication has been beyond the point of no return for quite some time. Quite some time ago, when I pushed the novel across the line to that…Continue
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Title: Fantastic mixture of action and politics.
As a daughter, when your father allows you a glimpse into his past, telling stories which help you understand the man he has become it’s an honour. So, when Bobby Valentine visits his daughter Lynn she cannot resist…Continue
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Book II of the Huntress/FBI Thrillers
Twenty-five years have passed since a savage killer terrorized California, massacring three ordinary families before disappearing without a trace.
The haunted child who was the only surviving victim of his rampage is…Continue
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In her latest novel, Fear of Beauty, Susan Froetschel juxtaposes the plight of an illiterate Afghani housewife trying to solve her son's murder with the mission of a nearby Army outpost to bolster the Afghanistan farming economy. The story is told from…Continue
Added by Kristen Elise on May 7, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Gripping tale of power, revenge and retribution.
Set present day Mohave, Arizona, we follow the life and times of John W.
In this enthralling thriller about…Continue
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It's official: I'm self-publishing. The Vesuvius Isotope will be published by my brand new sole proprietorship, Murder Lab Press, and the publishers who have shown interest in the manuscript have been notified. Since I have just gone through the trials of tribulations…Continue
Added by Kristen Elise on May 3, 2013 at 6:40pm — No Comments
The highly recommended action packed sequel.
When Robert ‘Bobby’ Valentine’s daughter Lynn asks him for more stories about The Starlight Club, how can he…Continue
Added by Susan Keefe on May 1, 2013 at 10:34am — No Comments
Well accustomed to the frequent travel mandated by my career, I usually sleep as soundly on an overnight flight as in my own bed at home. This time, my restless, shallow sleep was a theater for recurrent loops of horrifying…Continue
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The Starlight Club by Joe Corso
Winner of the eLit…Continue
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Move over Clive Cussler!…Continue
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Deputy Marshal Archie Lean of the Portland Police and private detective Perceval Grey are back in the sophomore effort from Kieran Shields, author of The Truth of…Continue
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I was doubtful when I picked up Khost for review. I’d never read a military horror novel before, though I’ve always been a big fan of the first two Alien movies. The Alien movies are military science fiction, so I thought that perhaps the two genres would be similar. They were.Continue
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Broadway Paperbacks (Random House), 404 pgs
Submitted by Random…Continue
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