Crown Cliff

An Investigative Thriller
By Marc A. DiGiacomo

Crown Cliff: An Investigative Thriller is a short story written by Marc A. DiGiacomo. Kelly Vetter and her family are newcomers in Salem, New York, a small town with an old history. Diving off nearby Crown Cliff, a 50-foot drop into Salem Lake, is a...

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Caesar, Cicero & Cleopatra

What Really Happened?
By Arthur Paone

Caesar, Cicero & Cleopatra is a great historical novel. I like reading about ancient Rome and comparing it with America. I also like reading interesting books about exceptional people. Caesar certainly qualifies as exceptional and Arthur J. Paone brings Caesar and his contemporaries to life...

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Candidate for President

By Robert F. Ely

If you like political satire and attention to current political issues, you just may like Candidate for President by Robert Ely. Erik Bernhard is the central character. He is a Congressman who is running for President as a third-party candidate. Bernhard is anything but wishy-washy...

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Cold Blood

The Antarctic Murders Trilogy
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Cold Blood: The Antarctic Murders Trilogy by Theodore Jerome Cohen is a spellbinding thriller of subterfuge, murder, deception and betrayal spanning the globe. From the ice-veiled waters off the Antarctic shores, to Chile, Brazil and Europe, Captain Mateo Valderas of the Chilean Navy has spent...

Crimes of a Guilty Land

By Brooke Stewart

Crimes of a Guilty Land by Brooke Stewart follows two families - the Harts and Beauchamps - through the years of the 19th century. We first start with them in 1825 with Robert Hart. Years down the line, just before the Civil War breaks out,...

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Claudia, Wife of Pontius Pilate

A Novel
By Diana Wallis Taylor

Diana Wallis Taylor’s novel, Claudia, Wife of Pontius Pilate, tells the story of a woman who becomes the wife of the governor of Judea, the man who condemns Jesus to death. Claudia, granddaughter of a Roman emperor, lives a simple life with her banished mother...

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Cooper

By Tell Cotten

Cooper by Tell Cotten opens in 1872 in New Mexico Territory. There are a few stories going on within the pages of this book. The author transitions so smoothly and ties them together so expertly that I was left satisfied, but his knack for storytelling...

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Crystal Ships

By Richard Sharp

Crystal Ships by Richard Sharp is a new GREAT in the way of the epic American novel. Reading mainly as historical fiction with layers of drama, critique, and a general human focus, this book is deeply emotional while maintaining a kind of grace and fluidity...

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Cinnamon Diamonds

A Short Story
By Mark Piper

We often take the food that we eat for granted, forgetting that at some point someone took the time and trouble to create it. In this delightful tale, Cinnamon Diamonds, Mark Piper gives a fictionalized account of the man accredited with inventing the hole in...

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