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A Skeleton in Bone Creek

What a run. Twist and turn. Researching topical application of bones,dust,mud,silt, and general soco findings

Viper’s Vendetta

Having females in an MC is rare but this book shows you not to mess

THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF JIMMY CRIKEY

This is the sweetest of books. Jimmy Crikey is all about promoting good moral values.

Kingmaker

"Kingmaker" explores the triumphs and trials of Leon Muller, a powerful figure in Wallachia's tumultuous

Murder Mansion

Donna is an RN (like me!) and wants to run a B&B. So she gets

A Tale of Two Systems

This book is an eye-opening first hand testimony of how life could be for a

CHOMP! Charlie Carter and the Monster Pike

David Rogers has a terrific and vivid imagination. A book written to appeal to all

People of the West

"People of the West" is a captivating anthology spanning 170 years, blending nine fictional tales

Boundaries

In "Boundaries," meet Bob Morgan, a versatile figure—bounty hunter, detective, actor. A master at reshaping

Homesteader

"Homesteader: Finding Sharon" unfolds in the challenging 1880s Canadian frontier. Hank James faces adversity as

The Great Liquor War

"The Great Liquor War" transports readers to 1885 Canada, amidst gold rush and railroad construction.

Love Hate Law – A Kramer-O’Hara Legal Romance

"Love-Hate-Law" weaves a gripping legal romance, fusing courtroom drama, passionate clashes, and societal complexities, offering

Shared Sorrows

"Shared Sorrows" delves into Frank DioGuardia's existential crisis triggered by a pivotal event at the

Secrets of the Gold

Secrets of the Gold by Baer Charlton is an interesting read. One does not know

Love Hate Law

"Love Hate Law," Andrea Kramer, a stunning rookie lawyer, takes on a high-stakes case against

The Spartan Initiative

"The Spartan Initiative" intricately weaves historical inspiration and contemporary intrigue, guiding Damon Harker through intense

Plundering the Past

An enjoyable read. Taylor weaves an interesting tale between present and past, applying vivid imagery

The Anti-Semite Next Door

"The Anti-Semite Next Door" is a gripping legal thriller that plunges trial lawyer Zachary Blake

Pippin’s Space Adventure

"Pippin's Space Adventure" is a delightful and educational journey for young readers, blending a charming

Terpenes

Excellent beginner's guide with large print which was so helpful to me.

Cannabis for Seniors

“What many seniors are discovering,” Potter continues, “is that cannabis, a once ill-perceived ‘street drug,’

Between These Walls

"The historical authenticity of the work is admirable; the author's research is scrupulously rigorous, and

THE FATE OF GLOBALIZATION

"The Fate of Globalization in the New World Order" is not just a reflection on

THE AI COMPASS

The information that will be gathered will have to be guarded and kept out of

The Space Traveller’s Lover

The Space Traveller's Lover, by Omara Williams, dazzles with its wonderful world-building, creating an immersive

Voices Beckon

The scattering of eighteenth-century language made it more authentic . . . highly recommend this

Lady Jocelyn Courts Blackmail

Excellent intriguing adventure! Clean read, plot twists, and wonderful characters! Highly Recommend.

Cinco d’ Mojave

"Cinco d' Mojave" is a masterfully crafted mystery that captivates from start to finish. For

Shitamachi Scam

"The pacing of this story is pitch-perfect, and the conflicts are well-conceived and executed. It's

The Great Liquor War

"The Great Liquor War" is not just a historical novel; it's an immersive experience that

People of the West

"People of the West" is not just a collection of stories; it's a homage to

Boundaries

"Boundaries" successfully captures the essence of a morally gray protagonist navigating a world filled with

Shield’s Suspicion

Shield's Suspicion is a page-turner that delivers a satisfying mix of romance, intrigue, and the

War of the Staffs

A human prince must defeat a powerful vampire warlock in this debut YA fantasy novel

Crime Spree, A Buck Taylor Novel

The violence occurs off page for the most part which is good as a play

Training His Slave

The story's seamless flow keeps readers eagerly turning pages to witness the compelling bending of