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Reflections of the Soul

From Chan to Chandra
by Peggy Eaton-Cox

From Chan to Chandra is a gritty, straight from the streets story of a girl who is a prostitute, a drug addict and totally out of control. Is there any hope for her? Will she spend her life on the streets or is there something or someone who touches her and brings around the change from Chan to Chandra?



Reflections of the Soul

Sons of God
by Rebecca Ellen Kurtz

Inspiring, challenging, and mind-stretching, this book combines a broad knowledge of ancient civilizations and religions with a profound understanding of scripture enhanced by the author’s own supernatural experiences.



Been through the storms

My Kinda Girl
by Michael McGrew

After a couple of squares and some phone calls, I was ready to retire because the next day was a new day. The last day I’d use a pay phone, see these bars, deal with the overcrowding, live on a bunk and surround myself around unhygienic materials within these claustrophobic cells and walls.

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Stone of Destiny
by Tom Burns


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The Originals
by Doris C. Baker

The Originals is not only engrossing and emotionally charged but profoundly romantic. It begins “As the advance party strode into the Park Hotel Officer’s Club as if they owned the place…” but then jumps into a story like none you’ve ever read. Drink deeply of caring relationships that will bring quivers to your bones.

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Ray Conka and the Sortian Jewel
by Ryan O'Dell Van Gosen


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13 Stories - Collection of Short Stories
by Ed Cain


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Blada
by Henry Sandhusen


The Past: Attila the Hun murdered his brother, Blada, to acquire his brother’s legendary Sword of Mars. However, Attila loses the sword and Blada’s treasure-filled tomb to a flood of suspicious origin.

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Horrendous Stakes - A Novel In Two Parts - Part 1
by Emmanuel Nsahlai

....In Sicily the Mafia kills the servants of the State that the State has not been able to protect.

Giovanni Falcone (1939-1992) Italian judge. Falcone, along with his wife and three bodyguards, was blown up on his way into Palermo, 23 May, 1992.


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Horrendous Stakes - A Novel In Two Parts - Part 2
by Emmanuel Nsahlai

A criminal trial is like a Russian novel: it starts with exasperating slowness as the characters are introduced to a jury; then there are complications in the form of minor witnesses; the protagonist finally appears and contradictions arise to produce drama, and finally, as both jury and spectators grow weary and confused, the pace quickens, reaching its climax in passionate final argument. Clifford Irving (b. 1930) U.S. author, notorious hoaxer. Sunday Times (London, 14 Aug. 1988.)


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Mad Shambles
by KiKi Swinson


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Pirates Revenge
by Todd Christian


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Please Don't Cry
by Raymond B. Allen


Please Don’t Cry”, the title of the book, is taken from the statement their mother made to them as the lady from the county agency picked the boys up to take them to their new home. Some chapter will make you want to cry, others will bring laughter.


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Son Of Shaft (Family or Fami-Lie)
by Willie O. Wilkins

Did you really think John Shaft didn't have any family? A novel based on Shaft by Ernest Tidyman


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