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Jay

Jay

When sixteen-year-old Jay Thornton’s mother dies leaving him an orphan, he jumps a freight train to get away from being placed in a foster home. Unprepared for his new lifestyle, he discovers unexpected dangerous experiences and wonders if he has made a mistake. Four years have passed; more than can be imagined has changed. Jay, […]

The Ninth Passage

The Ninth Passage

“The Ninth Passage” by Dale O. Cloninger offers a fictional tale based on real events, set in Clearwater, Florida. It follows the intriguing relationship between eccentric Alec Driver and young Tracy Ashbury, delving into their complexities and shared interests. A captivating read recommended for its vivid characters and engrossing storyline.

Slip of the Tongue

Slip of the Tongue

Slip of the Tongue is a must-read for any fan of contemporary poetry. It is funny, sad, witty, graphic and sentimental all at the same time. Will pick up and read again on many occasions.
Mr. Lumpkin has a style reminiscent of the great ones now gone. Look forward to reading more of his work!

Kingmaker

Kingmaker

“Kingmaker” explores the triumphs and trials of Leon Muller, a powerful figure in Wallachia’s tumultuous era. As he faces the Ottoman Empire’s threat, Muller’s pride crumbles, leading him to a pivotal battle for Western Europe’s fate. In the riveting sixth volume of the ‘Alpine Warrior’ series, Muller’s mettle is tested against overwhelming odds.

People of the West

People of the West

“People of the West” is a captivating anthology spanning 170 years, blending nine fictional tales and fourteen poems. From the first European on Canada’s Pacific coast, it unravels the stories of winners and losers shaping North America, celebrating a rich tapestry of resilience and complexity.

Boundaries

Boundaries

In “Boundaries,” meet Bob Morgan, a versatile figure—bounty hunter, detective, actor. A master at reshaping depravity, corruption, and destruction into something manageable. Expect modest changes, appreciate the improvements, but don’t delve too deep into Morgan’s enigmatic past.

Homesteader

Homesteader

“Homesteader: Finding Sharon” unfolds in the challenging 1880s Canadian frontier. Hank James faces adversity as he seeks his dream land and love. Facing off against cattle tycoon Portis Martin, Hank fights for equality and a lifetime partner, defying dirty tricks to claim his stake. A tale of resilience and love in the rugged West.

The Great Liquor War

The Great Liquor War

“The Great Liquor War” transports readers to 1885 Canada, amidst gold rush and railroad construction. Hank James, disillusioned miner turned freight hauler, faces conflicts with law enforcement and railroad interests. Rich characters, historical depth, and gripping narrative make it a frontier saga worth exploring.

Shared Sorrows

Shared Sorrows

“Shared Sorrows” delves into Frank DioGuardia’s existential crisis triggered by a pivotal event at the NYC Columbus Day Parade. Amid media frenzy and personal turmoil, he forges a profound connection with Dr. Laurie McDevitt, reshaping his beliefs and challenging his identity. Rich in introspection and societal critique, it explores themes of faith, relationships, and personal integrity, making it a compelling read for fans of literary fiction.