The Crossroads of Logan Michaels

By James Roberts

The Crossroads of Logan Michaels by James Roberts follows the life of Logan and his family. Logan is a star, both at baseball and basketball, and thinks the world is at his fingertips. Nicknamed ‘Ice’ by his peers, with parents he adores and a brother...

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What the Tiger Said

By Roger Ladd Memmott

What the Tiger Said is a gem of literary fiction written by Roger Ladd Memmott. Stress is heavily on the word ‘literary’ in this precise description. Not for any false pretensions of affected literariness, but because this short novel, told with the impetus and in-the-moment...

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The Place of Quarantine

By Vadim Babenko

The Place of Quarantine by Vadim Babenko is an amazing journey inside the mysterious workings of the human brain, how its memory and consciousness remain intact even after death. Theo, a professional theoretical physicist, is shot in the chest by two motorcycle-riding men in...

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My First Ten Days in Heaven

By Robert Brown

Mike was not expecting to die, let alone wake up in Heaven. As a confirmed atheist, he was convinced that when his life ended that would be it. But here he was in a very nice apartment with a well-stocked fridge, all mod cons, and...

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The Emancipation of Evan Walls

By Jeffrey Blount

Every so often a book comes along that you believe everyone should read. For me, The Emancipation of Evan Walls by Jeffrey Blount is that book, a story in which not only the protagonist, Evan Walls, is liberated from the demons of his youth, but...

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Making Sense of Past Time

A Novel
By Lawrence G. Taylor

Making Sense of Past Time: A Novel by Lawrence G. Taylor is an interesting story that reflects the reality faced by millions of young migrants, especially those from black communities. Born and raised in the Caribbean, with an authoritative father, the anxious and restless Harry...

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Momentary Illumination of Objects In Motion

By Jason Arias

Momentary Illumination of Objects in Motion by Jason Arias features quirky characters, impressive and unusual story lines, and critical themes. The collection veers off from common ideas to present stories that highlight the brokenness in our world and the sheer effort by many to survive...

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The Family Made of Dust

A Novel of Loss and Rebirth in the Australian Outback
By Laine Cunningham

Gabriel's best friend, 'roo shooter Ian McCabe, is missing. Leaving his ordered life in Townsville, Queensland, aboriginal Gabriel Branch travels into the heart of the Australian outback in search of his mate. But running with the adventurous and caring Rob, trying to escape the black...

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The Companion

A Novella
By Pad Brotherton

The Companion by Pad Brotherton is a story about the rare bond of friendship. Will Westfield, a doctoral student, answers an advertisement to become a companion. Will is excited about the prospect of making easy money while studying. Will meets Libby Stamos at her upscale...

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The Hitman of Avenue U

An Unforgettable Story of Revenge and Redemption
By Hy Brett

Did you ever read or watch that 1949 classic, Death of a Salesman? In many respects, George Mancuso is a lot like Willy Loman…a good man with dreams of success and a reality that doesn’t even come close to his dreams. As a young man,...

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