WINDS OF CHANGE, by Carole Eglash-Kosoff, Valley Village Publishing, 220 pp., $14.78 (Kindle $9.99).
The racially charged love and conflict of the critically acclaimed When Stars Align become more entrenched after the Civil War and Reconstruction. Amy had taken her daughter, nephew, and a son she’d had never been able to acknowledge, born from [...]
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DONATIONS TO CLARITY, by Noah Baird, Second Wind Publishing, 220 pp., $13.45 (Kindle $4.99).
The plan was simple: hoax bigfoot, then sell tours to bigfoot enthusiasts. The plan wasn’t brilliant, and neither were Harry, Earl, and Patch. The three chemical-abusing friends only wanted to avoid the 9 to 5 rat race, but their [...]
MY SEDUCTIVE CUBA, by Chen Lizra, Latidos Productions Corp., 328 pp., $16.95.
Enough books have been written about Cuba to fill an entire library, but few take the approach Chen Lizra does with “My Seductive Cuba.” Deeply personal and always engaging, Lizra — an Israeli-born dance instructor and entrepreneur now living in Canada [...]
DEVIL’S HAND, by M.E. Patterson, Digimonkey Studios, 316 pp., $2.99 (Kindle).
A Las Vegas poker ace with supernatural luck is swept into a world-ending conflict between fallen angels and otherworldly shades, in a thrilling debut novel for readers who enjoy Dean Koontz, Jim Butcher, and Tim Powers.
The lone survivor of a tragic plane [...]
VERONICA’S NAP, by Sharon Bially, Connaissance Media, 244 pp., $14.00.
Veronica Berg has everything she needs to achieve her dream of becoming a painter including a charming home studio in Provence, a hard-working husband and a nanny who watches her two-year-old twins. Yet instead of painting she spends her days secretly indulging in [...]
TELEGRAPH ISLAND, by John Milton Langdon, Tate Publishing, 280 pp.
Step back in time to the Victorian age. The industrial revolution in Britain is in full spate and electronic communication is in its infancy. Based loosely on fact author John Milton Langdon weaves a tale of romance and adventure on [...]