Genres : Novel - 150-320 Pages
The Way Back by Peter Barr
All that was preventing Julian from achieving what he desired was himself and the demons that had pursued him for so long.He had known the depths of despair but support from friends had helped him...
Genre: General Fiction
Murder: Secrets Among Colleagues by Shauntey James
Prestigious faculty members at Mill Run University vie for a position to work on a national grant that will make a difference in all their careers. Secrets, lies, and cutthroat resentment stemming from graduate school...
Unlock by Patricia Elliott
‘Unlock’ is a romantic story about the lives, loves and challenges of four women, Isabella Shaw, her twin adult daughters and her mother.Isabella, a part-time music teacher, is forty-two, single, and attractive. When her daughters...
Genre: General Fiction
The Ordained Demon: The Story of a Young Priest Kindle Edition by OLADAPO OSUNTOKUN
This book is a "must-read" for everyone leading a church, a group of converts, Christian counselors, students in the Bible schools, and even those planning to pick an occupation in a church or provide religious...
Let’s Play by Shonel Jackson
Gabriela Espinosa is no 007!Let's get that straight! What she is, is the owner of La Duquesa, a high end night club in the Centre of London. In Book 1 of the Era Capoeira Series, she meets a man one...
Adult Life Skills for Older Teens – Home by Katie Websdell
Are you a young adult looking to improve your life skills? As a teenager, do you want to get your hands on practical tools that will allow you to grow more confident and independent and...
Better Together by Nicholas Rose
In Better Together, Psychotherapist Nicholas Rose gives his unique take on why we choose the people we do, what makes us happy together, what can go wrong and what we can do about it.At the heart of...
Genre: How-To and Self Help
Essential Grief: Getting Real About the Consequences of Buried Grief by Kathleen Flynn
Guiding and facilitating grief groups, officiating end-of-life gatherings, being a presence at bedside, beckon me to speak about grief: what it is, its essential purpose, and our response to it.I know this subject well. It...
The April Fools by R. Metcalf
Billy, the black – faced ram, was thinking the time for retribution was now. The ram, curly horns sharpened to points (he had spent most of the winter rubbing them along a dry-stone wall), believed...
To Kingdom Come by Claudia Riess
Amateur sleuths, Erika Shawn-Wheatley, art magazine editor, and Harrison Wheatley, art history professor, attend a Zoom meeting of individuals from around the globe whose common goal is to expedite the return of African art looted...