Mystery in Gram’s Attic


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Fran Orenstein: Mystery in Gram’s Attic

Creating a world for your children to live in seems simple yet in some cases complicated and difficult. Ellen and Troy Baron are two 12-year old twins who are kindhearted, understanding of others and realize that their mother is doing the best she can with limited resources. Bullied in school, mocked by snoot girls and insulted at times both Ellen and Troy need to have thick skins in order to deal with these rude and unfeeling classmates. Even the teachers do not seem to realize what is happening and each one defends the other and lunch becomes a nightmare for Ellen and at times she has little to eat. Lila Barron works in a restaurant and they live in squalor and poverty in a shack without any proper plumbing, cold showers, an outhouse and the inside of the house is in shambles and the…

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FIVE GOLDEN STARS FOR SECOND STORY MAN: CHARLES SALZBERG


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Charles Salzberg: Second Story Man

Self-absorbed, high self-esteem, convinced he’s invincible and definitely motivated to remain on the lamb and never getting caught, Francis Hoyt is like the Invisible Man by H.G. Wells a classic. A mysterious stranger whose face is covered in bandages and his eyes hidden by dark spectacles is hidden in a cozy inn in a British Village. Francis Hoyt his face hidden beneath a cap, his clothes dark and his appearance altered and his hands completely covered enters the homes of unsuspecting people and takes what he claims belongs to him, their valuable. Our invisible man stays beneath the hidden recesses of his room as someone enters the room and realizes he has no head. Drugs are the key to his invisibility. Monocane and greed, power and control and being elusive is what keeps Hoyt below the radar and hoping to remain on the run. Hoyt…

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Say Nothing!


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Say Nothing: Brad Parks

Sometimes in order to survive and protect your family you have to go to extremes even if it means defying the rules of law, changing your rulings and somehow creating a veil of deceit in order to save the lives of those close to you. Judge Scott Sampson has two amazing children, Sam and Emma and a wife named Alison. Thinking his life was great, no one could possibly change it a simple text message would alter it and set off so many chains of events that his life creating a downward spiral that would end in more than just tragedy. How far would anyone go to protect his/her family? Would you free someone that deserved to be in jail? Would you allow someone to plead cases and pass judgments that others instructed you too? What happens when Sampson receives a text from his wife saying…

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To Be a 7th Day Adventist: Join me January 4th 2018 for my on air interview with the author


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To Be a 7th Day Adventist Christian: Michael A. Jones PHD

Inspirational, inspiring, with lessons that each one of us needs to learn and teaching everyone to remember that “God’s plan for us is that one day we’ll become a citizen of a sinless society.” Wouldn’t it be nice to end the suffering, confusion and temptation and sin? In a world where we hear so many hate, violence and destruction on the news and see in the streets the words within the pages of this book will help you plan for your life, as well as God’s reasons for granting you, the most powerful element of His creation: the power of CHOICE! As I guide your through the many teachings and lessons I will focus upon what I learned and what I feel everyone needs to learn from reading this book.

Is working harder and more hours everyday make…

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FREEDOM’s LIGHT


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Freedom’s Light: Robert Saniscalchi

The sun comes up and your day begins and you hope that you will come home to see your family after a hard days work. On the other side of the globe there are deadly forces preparing to destroy the world, as we know it hoping to kill innocent people and take away our zest for freedom and burn out the light that keeps us strong. Some people that went to work that fateful morning were hardworking, god fearing and stood in the light as the author states in the preface of the Earth. But, the other side is dark, cloudless and even the moon escapes bringing its shining glow in the night sky as the lurk in the shadows hoping to aim their bombs and missiles at the unsuspecting people that will die at the hand of cruelty and hate. Within the mountains of Afghanistan…

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UNCOMMON TYPE


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Uncommon Type: Tom Hanks

Diverse, rich in their own special genre, characters that are unique unto themselves, some that are odd, others that are heartwarming and yet endearing to readers. The creative quality attached to the stories is an antique manual typewriter that if those who used them remember had to have a ribbon changes, no correct tape and all too often caused the writer to have to rework and retype their work. Each story has a message that is delivered and each reader will see something different in each story. Honest, raw in some cases and subjects that could have been ripped out of the headlines from the past and present we learn about immigrants as even today that want to find their way to freedom and escape persecution. My favorite story was Christmas Eve 1953 that centers around a WWII veteran who relates through his past experience during…

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The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell: Robert Dugoni


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The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell: Robert Dugoni

Differences make us the individuals we are whether it’s race, color, profession or economic background. Values are taught to children at a young age and parents when they are vigilant make sure that carry over during their school years and into adulthood. Sam Hill was born with a disability that had nothing to do with his intelligence or what would later be his successes and failures in life. Sam was born with red eyes called ocular albinism. He saw the world through his eyes and what he viewed and the pictures of his surrounding was nowhere near what everyone else saw. But, although Sam knew he was different it was not until he was bullied, felt the wrath of a school principal who would make his life miserable and the discrimination those that are different are subject too, that Sam realized that…

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