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Colorblind: Leah Harper Bowron

Within this world there even in the present day are people who preach, hate, discrimination and are prejudice. Some dislike others because of the color of their skin while others because of someone’s race or nationality. Within the pages of this book the reader learns some harsh realities about narrow minded educators, parents who teach disrespect and one young girl named Lisa Parker who lived her life in fear of bullies, insults and yet some day somehow she would hopefully overcome and remember the words of the late Dr. Martin Luther King: Free at Last: Free at Last: Thank God Almighty we are free at last! But, before she or anyone in her class or school would understand the meaning of his words we have to explain what she went through, how she dealt with the torments, sneers and insults of two bullies named David and…

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A Fine Imitation

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A Fine Imitation: Amber Brock
Sometimes people go through life going through the motions and not really aware of their surroundings, the events that occur because they have created a world that mirrors what they think they want and need. Artists paint masterpieces and others try and replicate them thinking that the public or a noted dealer will not notice the slightest difference from the real one. There are others that create their own world filled with what they think the person they married or dates should be but in reality that are living a lie everyday of their life. Imitations are fakes, forgeries, phony reproductions of the real think. Life can be the same if we decide to pretend that everything we do is fine; that the person we are married to is faithful to our marriage and that by design you choose to ignore the red flags that…

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ICED: A Resort to Murder Mystery
by Avery Daniels
June 20, 2017 Book Blast
Julienne has her ideal job as an event planner at a prestigious resort. During a luncheon event she coordinated, a renowned celebrity pastor is killed next to the buffet. All eyes turn to her as the suspect. If she wants to stay out of jail or even keep her job, Julienne needs all the help she can get to solve the crime.
She has her work cut out for her with a vengeful high school rival now reporter, the public demanding she be fired, plus family who know what’s best for her, and a boyfriend who doesn’t understand her. She turns to friends and a new ally to uncover who wanted to put the pastor on ice.Julienne goes undercover and investigates a local swingers group as she follows the trail of clues…

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Dead Men Don’t Swing: Karen Vaughan

Magnets attract metal, a piece of iron or steel that possesses that property of attracting specific substances. It can also mean a person that attracts a specific person or thing. But, what if like Laura Fitz you attract something that you would rather not even have to deal with? Laura has a unique something that seems to always find her and like a magnet she cannot seem to disattract herself from this. You see she is a CORPSE MAGNET and she seems to find dead bodies on a regular basis and no matter how hard she tries they seem to feel in order to get justice just attach yourself to Laura.
Denny Howard is with his girlfriend Melissa who has stated he better put it or shut up and she meant it in the most wonderful way. Wanting him to perform according to her…

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The Switch: Joseph Finder

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Airport security takes it time to make sure that electronics, anything metal, belts, rings, bracelets, laptops and cell phones are scrutinized before getting on a plane to make sure that there are no reasons to suspect a terrorist is boarding the flight. But, all too often as we go through the checkpoints and gather our belongs sometimes we overlook the obvious like the case of a MacBook, the name on the outer case and while going through and getting to the other side you pick up an item that is not yours but never realize it. Michael Tanner accidentally picks up the wrong laptop while going through security at L.A.X. on his way back to Boston. Thinking he has the right one he places it inside his briefcase and boards his flight. Unknowingly when he takes out the laptop to do some work he then realizes the mistake. But, there…

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Practicing Normal

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Imagine a heavy fog or mist making it difficult for you to see what is right in front of you or even close by. Imagine living with three other people and only concerned about your own needs, wants and desires. What happens when four people within the same family live together yet at times you might think they are living separate lives? Author Cara Sue Achterberg brings to light several issues that many of us toss aside, choose to ignore but are very relevant and important when we try and live our lives Practicing Normal. Everett Turner is the father in this family who seems concerned that he is no longer with the police force but an important figure in the new company he’s employed. Kate his wife is kind, sweet and all too often blind at what is happening in front of her and naïve you might say in…

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