Confession

By Richard Freis

George Burden seems like the average successful upper middle class man who has made a good life for himself and his family. Confession is George's tale of four days in his life during which he is forced to confront the truth about himself, his relationship...

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Confessions of a Gunfighter

By Tell Cotten

It's the old West, Texas specifically, in those years right after the Civil War and notorious gunfighter Rondo Landon, or Joe Lenders as he often calls himself, sits in a jail cell in Midway, Texas. His cousin, Texas lawman Lt. Yancy Landon, and Judge Parker...

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Coming Out of Winter

By Thomas Young

Corrine lay in a hospital bed in ICU as her daughter Bobbie Jean sat vigilantly next to her. The once beautiful petite woman was almost unrecognizable. After she lost Ludy she changed. She loved her children dearly but life wasn’t worth continuing without her precious...

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Carnival of Hope

By George Hamilton

In the northeastern corner of Brazil the local population, most of African, Native, and European descent, live in poverty in little shacks and with little to eat. Tomas has learned to read and write and teaches those between teenage years and their thirties how to...

Colored Floodlights

By Frank Drury

Parker Boyce's father served in Vietnam and talked of shooting out an entire Vietnamese village, referring to the dead as "gooks". Parker's uncle ran to Canada to avoid the draft of that Vietnam conflict as it was a war he just didn't believe in at...

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Code of Darkness

By Chris Lindberg

Rage grew up in foster homes until the age of thirteen when he was taken in by a retired schoolteacher by the name of Georgia Fay. About four weeks after Georgia Fay dies Rage finds himself in the middle of a bank robbery where a...

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Code of Justice

By Liz Johnson

Code of Justice is a fantastic book! I loved this book AND the author. I am a fan of Liz Johnson's work, having read two others by this highly-talented lady. She creates stories that have intense thrills, life-like complex characters, and a plot line that...

Crucifying Angel

Future Imperfect Book One
By P.I. Barrington

Year 2032, Las Vegas Nevada, underground tunnels, religious cults and a serial killer is the setting for book one in P.I. Barringtons first ever book" Crucifying Angel", in the Future Imperfect series. Payce Halligan, LVPD has just been assigned a new partner, Gavin McAllister, something she...

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Cole Creek

By Julie Anne Morley

Rebecca takes refuge from her abusive lover at Cole Creek Cabin. She spends the solitary time evaluating where her life went wrong. She was happily married to David; they had a daughter they both deeply loved when tragedy struck. She blamed herself, and then she...

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Children of the Fortune Teller

By Gary Turcotte

Gary Turcotte continues his Fortune Teller series with Children of the Fortune Teller. I suggest reading these books in order. The author does explain the background in the prologue. A fortune teller inherits the sight from their mother or father on the eve of their...