Romance – January Jackson and Friends

January Jackson and Friends: The PremiereJanuary Jackson
By Zonie Felder
Publisher: iUniverse
Published: February 2012
ISBN: 978-1462083558
Pages: 180
Genre: Romance Erotica

Beautiful women can–and will–stoop to ugly acts in the name of love, lust, and power. In the face of unspeakable erotic betrayal, no one is safe. Behold how lust and passion can quickly cloud judgment–and how wrong choices will forever change a friendship. These lifelong friends will soon learn that beauty is truly only skin deep as the true ugliness of their souls is revealed by the most horrific of acts and emotions. As young girls, January, Jasmine, Monica, Charlene, and Terry vowed to be friends forever. As teens, their emerging passions began to test the bonds of their friendship. As adults, lust, deception, and treachery cause their lives to come crashing down. Can their friendship survive the ultimate betrayal?

Their passion for life is what connected them as friends, but now this same passion threatens to break them apart. When the dust settles, who will be left standing and able to pick up the pieces? Can friendship triumph over betrayal?

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Conspiracy Thriller – The Moroni Deception

The Moroni DeceptionThe Moroni Deception
By Jack L. Brody
Publisher: Visigoth Press
Published: July 2012
Pages: 242
Genre: Conspiracy thriller

Michael Chenault, award-winning investigative journalist with the New York Times, is rousted in the middle of the night by NYPD detectives and accused of the bizarre murder of a complete stranger. After clearing himself, Chenault finds that Martin Koplanski, the retired history professor he’d been accused of murdering, was likely killed for a mysterious Mormon relic long thought to be just a myth. Twenty-four hours later, Chenault receives an email with a photo of the recently murdered wife of Presidential candidate, Brockston Ratchford. She too appears to have been ritually killed in the exact manner as Koplanski, right down to having the same cryptic character scrawled in blood across her forehead. With way more than just a hunch to now go on, Chenault heads out to Salt Lake City, the site of the Ratchford murder investigation, to find out what, if any, connection there is between the murders.

With the help of a beautiful young reporter he meets along the way, Chenault comes to learn the dark family secrets of a rising political star, along with the rather strange but true history of the Mormon church. As he pieces the story together of what appears to be an ever-growing conspiracy, Chenault is pursued by The Brothers, two murderous zealots who will stop at nothing to retrieve the Mormon relic Chenault is also trying to find. What Chenault eventually discovers is that what he’s uncovered may not only affect the outcome of the next Presidential election, but decide the fate of an entire religion–if he can manage to stay alive.

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Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth – Path of Three Hundred

Path of Three HundredPath of Three Hundred
By Greg Frucci
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1481163156
Published: December 2012
Pages: 166
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth

There is no place to “pull over” out there, nor is there anyone to take the helm so that a solo sailor can rest when tired or hungry. On the surface, “Path of Three Hundred” is an open ocean sailing adventure by a human who just wanted to strip away all that was comfortable in Life and challenge himself in a search for Peace and Home.

This Second Edition published on December 11, 2012 is exactly the same story as the First Edition published on August 26, 2012. The only difference is this edition has a black and white interior with fewer illustrations, which is why this edition is much less expensive than the full color First Edition. Upon my return from a solo sailing adventure of almost two thousand miles across open ocean where I single-handed a thirty foot sailboat from Wilmington, North Carolina to Bermuda and back, I began writing “Path of Three Hundred”. If I had taken a direct route there and back, the trip would have been around fifteen hundred miles, but I took the long way home from Bermuda back to Wilmington sailing halfway to the Bahamas before turning west to Florida, then more north back to North Carolina due to weather conditions at sea.

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Children / Juvenile Fiction – The Nest That Could Fly

The Nest That Could FlyThe Nest That Could Fly
By William Sawyer
Publisher: LuLu.com
ISBN: 978-1411654464
Pages: 44
Genre: Children, Juvenile fiction

The Nest That Could Fly tells the story of Troy and Tammy, two robins about to embark on parenthood. Two girls and two boys round out the robin family. The story follows these four hatch lings as they grow, and eventually learn how to fly. One windy day as a storm blows though their neighborhood, something strange happens…..

Your child is bound to fall in love with Troy, Tammy and the entire Robin family.

Written by William Sawyers, a father of two from California. The Nest That Could Fly is a 43 page book filled with beautiful illustrations.

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Paranormal Mystery – Secret of The Big Easy

Secret of The Big EasySecret of the Big Easy
By Robin Murphy
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1477669358
Published: July 2012
Pages: 198
Genre: Paranormal Mystery

Dr. Marie Bartek struggles to gain control over the new psychic abilities she encounters while attending a veterinarian conference in the French Quarter of New Orleans. These recent visions prompt her to work with local police and members of the Sullivan’s Island Paranormal Society team to help solve the succession of heinous satanic murders, while fighting against a demon from taking over her mind. Secret of the Big Easy is the second book in the series with Dr. Marie Bartek and the SIPS team.

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Southern Gothic – Blood and Magnolias

Blood and MagnoliasBlood and Magnolias
By Morgan Summerfield
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1450562249
Published: March 2012
Pages: 436
Genre: Southern Gothic

If your recipe for Southern Gothic reads: capture the southern feel, keep the gothic suggestive, stir in plenty of spice, boil with tension, and leave out the vampires, Blood and Magnolias may be the perfect dish to satisfy your reading hunger. Indulge yourself in hefty portions of steamy passion, ruthless action, and unthinkable betrayal.

Blood and Magnolias garners life from the eerie landscapes of Louisiana where shifting winds and moss heavy in the trees evoke the sense of a presence beyond what can be seen. The constant ebb and flow of the tides that raise and lower the estuaries are reflected in the motion of the story. Blood and Magnolias sets the reader adrift on a dark seductive river twisting with mystery, surging with suspense, and made dangerous by things hidden beneath the surface.

Adrean Bodree never expected to find herself back in Louisiana—the land of backwaters, bayous and a life she left in ashes. Trapped in an untenable relationship, she is too much alone and restless. She needs distraction, purpose, companionship, change. Standing on the edge of a divorce, that her husband has no intention of granting, Adrean is befriended by two very seductive and charming ‘playmates’ filled with ulterior motives.

The wealthy and manipulative Barbara and Justin Melville are quick to lead Adrean into their life of excesses and pleasures—a life filled with tempting rewards, yet rife with peril. Coldblooded deception draws Adrean into their velvet trap and holds her in exquisite tension. The Melville conspiracy is so well fashioned that Adrean is oblivious to the integral part she plays until the very last moment of its climax. The plot to exploit her stays well hidden and is headed toward fruition, until the shadows of Adrean’s past bring forward memory and trigger a discovery that unearths the truth.

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