Star Passage


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Star Passage

Sometimes families need an inspiration or guiding force, hand or spirit to rekindle what they had before. When someone goes off to war it is not unusual for them to come back with PTSD. Within this illness many suffer and often their behaviors get unnoticed for what they really are, arguments ensue, families come apart and although the person cannot help the sudden outbursts, nightmares and violent behaviors they often go untreated. This is an unusual story that focuses on the Carson family who need to rekindle the spirit of family love, loyalty and hope within the coming Christmas Season. Simple ornament that hangs at the top of the tree: A STAR will light the way. A special purchase their parents made and the star holds the key not only to the present but the past. Can two teenagers go back in to time rekindle the love their…

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OUTFOXED


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Outfoxed: David Rosenfelt

Brian Atkins has decided that spending time in prisons is much better than being on the outside. That was before he decided to first be a part of a rescue program in prison where he starts out at the beginning of our story, working with a dog named Boomer and even manages to escape from prison with the help of the resourceful dog. But, Brian was on a mission when he disappeared from the prison and wound up well not getting too far as defense attorney Andy Carpenter knowing his client, yes Brian is his client, was getting out in four months, and could not understand why he chose this ridiculous path.

Andy is friends with a police Detective named Pete and knowing that he was going to go after Brian it never dawned on him when he realized he had to find him and did that…

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