Bedtime Stories for Grownups: Andrew Joyce

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Bedtime Stories for Grownups: Andrew Joyce

Creating the world within his eyes is how Andrew Joyce depicts the scenes, the characters and the many events decided in this book. Filled with honesty, humor, sarcasm, irony and a touch of the unconventional this book has something for everyone. A cross between non-fiction and fiction stories the real life events will have you wondering and asking did this really happen? The stories are right out of his life at times and others are told by his dog Danny who creates his own spin on the events making the stories humorous and his adventures come to life in a lively fashion. Children often coveted something that they know they might never get. The story Treasure is one that tells of a young child, namely Andrew who spies something in the ground and hopes that he might actually be able to have it for…

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Down to No Good

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Down to No Good: Edward Javorsky

When Charlie Miner realizes that he is dead how does he come back to life? Drugs are his mainstay, violence is passion but his daughter Mindy the only other person he dares about. So, how does a man riddled with bullets throughout his body come back to life when waking up in the morgue. He’s a private investigator but has spend time in rehab, dealing with his addiction and now Homicide Detective Dave Putnam drags his body to his house and helps him revive himself. But, like everyone else that helps in a pinch, yet this is more than a pinch, Dave wants something from Charlie.

Do you believe in psychics? Do you think they can really predict outcomes or even things within your own life? Tamara Gale provides during one of her sessions information about three murders and she even predicts when bad…

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Tastes Like Murder: Cindy McDonald

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Tastes Like Murder: Cindy McDonald

Cranberry juice can be deadly is someone wants you out of the way and dead. Tatum is Fiona Quinn’s niece and is about to marry her true love Zach at least that is what was supposed to happen. Tatum is a true Bridezilla who is spoiled, bratty and does not know it but someone is out to get her in a unique and wild way. Ordering everyone about and choosing the ugliest orange bridesmaids dresses with ruffles and lace that might make you think you were wearing something right out of a bottle of orange dye or orange juice. Although some of the girls complained Tatum gives the orders and no one dares to defy her. But, Johnny Lynn was not supposed to be invited even though she is her cousin but her mother demanded and insisted so Tatum had to deal with her too…

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Black Orchid Night

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Black Orchid Night: H. T. Monogue

Within the mind of Fiona Mistry born to a racially mixed family their lurks questions that remain unanswered and thoughts that fill her mind, head and soul each night as she closes her eyes and begins to take many journeys into different time periods though her dreams. From the age of 18 after the death of her mother, Fiona discovered and nurtured her ability to dream lucid dreams. Many of us think about events in our pasts, even things we hope that will happen in the present and remember some or parts of the dreams when we get up. But, her life is focused and centered on orchids and her orchid business and she learns that these flowers might be sending her messages in different ways to her and to each other.

Throughout this novel the author will inspire readers to take part in…

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Joshua’s Country

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Joshua’s Country: Gerard De Marigny

Family ties become hard to remain in tack as one man who is hard nosed, not easily pliable and is set in his ways just might learn the true meaning of love, forgiveness and hope as he learns the truth behind the actions of others. Joshua Jacobs is a cowboy and veteran of the Vietnam War. Touch, hard and he’s created a ranch and way of life that allows him to govern his territory his own way. With the help of the Apache Indians and just a patch of land that he turned into an Empire with these Indians guarding him, his family and his friend Snake, Pepper who he met in the army and other faithful friends, Joshua Jacob’s is about to be tested, tried, and temporarily sentenced to some hard truths as his grandson Joshua, his namesake is as the heart of this…

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And Then I’m Gone

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And Then I Am Gone: Mathias Freese

What if everyone lived within the inside of a box so thick that they could not see what was behind the corners or upper lid and never realizing what lies behind the confines of this box? What if you world was so fragile and breakable that all you see is what is right in front of you and not what is around you? What if you lived inside the shell an uncooked egg and each time you moved around just a little bit of the shell came apart and what you begin to see is not what others want you to see but what is really there? For the first time you view the world, slowly at first and then when the entire shell cracks and is no longer protecting you within its shell you begin to see, question, listen and explore the…

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End Game: David Baldacci

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End Game: David Baldacci

Will Robie and Jessica Reel each endured a dangerous mission only to be given another that would prove more deadly and dangerous. When Blue Man goes missing the DCI insists that they find him for the sake of the nation and the world. Blue Man is vital our security and what he provides for the organization is invaluable. But, first they find themselves on a trip to Grand Colorado where they will encounter groups of people that will stop at nothing to take them down and destroy and kidnap anyone in their way or sees or hears something that could stop what someone quite powerful has put into place.

Valerie Malloy is the sheriff and her deputy is Derrick Bender and both seem competent and astute. But, not everyone that you will meet is what he or she appears to be and some require their identities…

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Pigface and the Perfect Dog

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Sometimes when situations are serious the author needs to throw him so humor and creative justice. Dr. Susan Hogan is very inquisitive, impetuous and impulsive which makes her the perfect person to become an amateur sleuth yet taking dangerous chances at times that might endanger her and other people. When a rifle carrying man, who she dubs as pig face, confronts her in a grocery store she realizes that there might be more to this confrontation than meets the eye.

Within this novel you will meet Aunt Jenny and her boyfriend a judge who provide the local color and warmth needed that is missing in some of the other characters. Aunt Jenny thrives on cooking fantastic meals and Susan is noted for not really knowing the way to even make simple dishes which makes the story come alive even more. But, when Jesse…

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Comanche Captive

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Comanche Captive: D. Laszlo Conhaim

The Comanche Indians are a Native American nation from the Great Plains. Their territory was called Comancheria and consisted of what is now New Mexico, southeastern Colorado, southwestern Kansas, western Oklahoma, most of northwest Texas and northern Chihuahua. They are federally recognized today at the Comanche Nations located in Lawton, Oklahoma. Considered at the time hunter-gatherers with a horse culture. They were the main tribe on the Southern Plains and as is the focus of this novel titled Comanche Captive they often took captives from weaker tribes especially during wartime and selling them as slaves to the Spanish and then later on to Mexican settlers. Imagine what they made when they took thousands of captives from the many different groups of settlers. They were strong opponents who were smart and developed their own form of strategies using traditional weapons to fight on horseback. Warfare at…

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Disturbed: Jennifer Jaynes

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Disturbed: Jennifer Jaynes

Within the pages of this complex novel is someone who will lure you into thinking he/she is an innocent victim of circumstances and whose choices in life were made as a result of being under someone’s control. Like a fire that is out of control or a burning inferno that destroys many forests and is not out until the last ember burns and the trees and greenery are gone, the rage, revenge and hate stored inside this person will shock you, surprise you and definitely make you wonder why no one ever realized that this person was DISTURBED! Emotionally ill, needing special treatment yet when you meet the many players within this novel you will never be able to tell who is emotionally troubled or worse.

Haunted by one night five years ago Chelsea Dutton spent the evening celebrating a friend’s birthday on Halloween night. Ghosts and…

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