Missy Carmichael is about to turn 80. She lives in the big empty home she once shared with her husband and children. Now, her husband is gone, her son and his family live in Australia, and she is estranged from her daughter. Missy is set in her ways, asocial, and somewhat depressed.
In an attempt to have something interesting to email her son,…
The Galvin family seemed like any other large family. With twelve kids perfectly spanning the baby boom (the oldest born in 1945, the youngest in 1965), Don and Mimi Galvin seemed to be living the American dream. But things weren’t as perfect as they seemed. By the mid-70s, six of the ten Galvin boys, one after another, were diagnosed with schizophrenia….
Leslie Stein’s semi-autobiographical novel dances smoothly on the line between introspection and social commentary. Carefully considering the ethical, environmental, and personal impact of procreation, I Know You Rider carefully considers the subject of reproductive rights and how a person’s choices affect their daily lives, their position in society, and the rest of the planet. Colorfully-drawn and full of quiet,…
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The Kremlin Strike …/ Dale Brown
The previous administration’s ineffective response to the growing Russian threat has left America vulnerable. Setting a bold course for America’s defense, the decisive and strong new president, John Dalton Farrell, intends to challenge Russian aggression head on. Brad and Patrick McLanahan and the formidable Iron Wolf Squadron—including the recently injured Nadia Roz,
The House in the Cerulean Sea offers lessons to learn, romance, whimsical fantasy, humor, quirky characters, and so much more.
Linus Baker leads a quiet life, just him and his cat. As a Case Worker at the Department in Charge Of Magical Youth, he oversees the well-being of children in orphanages so that the orphanages can continue operating and receiving government aid….