Fiction & Literature

  • Agents of Hope

    Book Two in the PAN21 Series. Survivors of Pan21-who didn't report to one of the camps-are being hunted by a ruthless group of Texas Rangers throughout the Republic. Destin a young survivor who is one of the terrorists at large has learned to cope and...

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  • Agents of the Undertow

    Helen Small is journalist at the largest news organization in the Republic of Texas and a survivor. Seven years after a plague has culled humanity in half the Republic is falling into a totalitarian state. Survivors -- the few who contracted the virus...

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  • Al-thar

    Life isn't easy after preventing what would have been the most disastrous terror attack the world had ever seen. Secreted away in a remote Philippine village Dr. Brent Holcomb is blissfully unaware of how close his enemies are to finding him and exacting...

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  • All the Things You Are

    In this new collection Toren explores the musicality of personal life in essays describing the spirit of the pre-dawn gloaming the allure of half-forgotten childhood memories the wisdom of Tin Pan Alley and the anxieties and satisfactions of singing...

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  • All the World at Once

    Greg Watson's poetry carries an everyday eloquence that harbors elements of mystery and sangfroid by turns. There are times when it's difficult to tell one from the other as images and thoughts develop with even-tempered grace. He is a master at evoking...

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  • American Nocturne

    American Nocturne Elisabeth Stevens' sixth book of poetry is unfet­tered wide-ranging. Unlike her fifth col­lection SIRENS' SONGS which was selected by Kirkus Reviews as one of the hundred best indie books of 2011 and focused intensely on...

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  • An Unfinished Sunset

    An Unfinished Sunset : The Return of Irish Bly follows the surprising trajectory of a hackneyed ad man who abandons his jaded existence for quixotic exploits under the assumed identity of Irish Bly a swashbuckling alter ego he'd invented in boyhood. New...

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  • And For the Mouth A Flower

    And For The Mouth A Flower is a gritty mystical chronicle of poems revolving how we sanctify and desecrate in a globalized world. Its many voices quest for what lies on the other side of words.About AuthorJ. TARWOOD has been a dishwasher a community...

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  • Apple of Sodom

    Emily Crawford a young American wife and mother seeks a long-overdue self-respect in this absorbing and dramatic portrait of an expatriate family experi­encing life in an exotic Arab culture at the start of the 1960s. Revelatory episodes unfold...

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  • Arsonist

    Winner of the 2017 Anhinga Robert Dana Prize selected by Eduardo C. Corral Arsonist is a shape-shifter of a book a book that leaves the reader with an existential "shivering " yet it is on fire. Loaded with lethal chemicals like let us say desire ...

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  • Arts and Crafts

    NOT LONG AFTER HIS move into the Spring Village retirement community former covert operative Ken Frazier gets an unexpected visit. His good friend and former colleague George Larsen shows up spouting outrageous stories about a clandestine meeting an...

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