Carry Me Away

By Robb Grindstaff

Carry Me Away is a coming of age story written by Robb Grindstaff. Carrie lives with her Marine father, Japanese mother, and older brother Sammy until life slams her in the face. Carrie had a long-standing Friday night sleepover tradition with her best friend CinDee,...

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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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Conrad Scott

By Sean Patrick Sayers

Regaining consciousness after a collision with a tree, Conrad Scott awakens to a world plunged into chaos. The massive injuries he and his wife sustained are minor compared to the anarchy and social disintegration that is now the norm, firmly established around them. The world...

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Chinese Rocks

By Peter Baird

In his book Chinese Rocks, author Peter Baird offers readers the fictional tale of Robert and his turbulent life in China. It all started in 2003 when Robert realized he was bored with his life. He began daydreaming about travel and living anywhere other than...

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Child of Sorrow

By Gloria Taylor Weinberg

Gloria Weinberg’s Child of Sorrow is a fictional account of a true story. In 1959, in Clewiston, Florida, seventeen-year-old “Vicki Bayle,” attractive, smart, and dreaming of doing something remarkable with her life, becomes pregnant. By the time her parents learn of her pregnancy, it’s too...

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Cries in the Night

Denver After Dark
By Kathy Clark

Prolific author Kathy Clark continues the suspense of Denver after dark in Cries In The Night. The main character, Julie, has a secret past and a heroic present. The story begins in the heat of the moment, not with Julie but with a woman who...

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Cold Killing

By Luke Delaney

Cold Killing: A Novel is the title of the debut novel by author Luke Delaney, a veteran of the South East London Metro Police and CID. His writing reflects his experiences investigating murderers, serial killers, and gangland assassins. He creates this unforgettable clash between a...

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Chasing Invisible

By Karen Pokras Toz

Julia Alexander is the quiet girl we all know who simply doesn’t know how great she is, no matter how many times you tell her. She’d rather hang out with a few dusty books and her nearest and dearest instead of sitting in a crowded...

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City on the Ledge

By Philip Kraske

The city is Quito, Ecuador, which is described as being on a ledge on the side of Pichincha, an active volcano. The "ledge" is actually a little bigger than you might think from that description, but what follows in the book is a description of...

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Crazy Quilt

A Novel
By Paula Paul

"Crazy Quilt" by Paula Paul depicts the ambiguities of a recent cancer survivor. Flora Adams has recently undergone a mastectomy, radiation and chemotherapy and she needs to get back to her Texas roots in order to attempt to bring sanity to her tenuous hold on...

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