Fiction

Sarah, The Walking Disaster

May 11, 2014
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Sarah Cohen means well, but the ex-diver’s hasty decisions wreak havoc on her life in Boston. Good thing Emerson is a phone call away in Syracuse, with a metaphorical mop to clean up the mess. Their long-distance friendship can be excruciating for him, though. Years after their brief college romance, he’s still in love with her. When everything goes wrong, Sarah takes another plunge: back to the scene of her last mistake, to start fresh.…

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The Rebirth of the Human Race

January 29, 2014
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Mankind is undergoing rebirth. New arrivals are closely watched by the Selected, the transgenic beings created by the Moirai. New communities thrive with the aliens’ support, and peace and security reign on Eridu, as the planet Earth is now known by the Moirai and in the galaxy. But in Massimo Marino‘s science fiction thriller “Once Humans,” peace and security of the cradle are suddenly shattered by acts of sabotage set to disrupt the fragile balance…

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There’s Something (Odd) About Gilbert

December 24, 2013
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Sheldon Mason has decided he doesn’t want to be a recluse any longer: he’d rather just be dead. But when his upstairs neighbor – a drug dealer named Sam – interrupts his suicide attempt, gets him a job, and believes in him, Sheldon realizes maybe his inner demons are beatable. Of course, then he meets new demons… In Scott Bartlett‘s novel “Taking Stock” Sheldon struggles to make sense of his life, and starts to notice…

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No Ordinary Missing Person Case

December 23, 2013
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In the mountains of West Virginia, hooded men ambush a group of environmental protestors. An Army colonel’s daughter goes missing, but she wasn’t with the protestors. Now, in David Vinjamuri‘s new thriller “Binder,” ex-operator Michael Herne travels to West Virginia to find her. And as he tracks her he encounters cults, communes and supremacists on the path to unraveling a deadly conspiracy. More below the media player. Listen to David Vinjamuri The Indie Author Life…

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Paranormal Trouble in the Nation’s Capital

December 22, 2013
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Magazine reporter Kelly Kaufman is assigned to dig into a political figure who wants to run for president. But in Robin Murphy’s paranormal mystery “Federal City’s Secret” Kelly’s in over her head, and when she fails to contact her mother Shawna for two weeks, Shawna calls the paranormal investigators. (She has some shadows and such in her apartment and uses this to bring them to D.C.) Once Marie Bartek and her paranormal group take care…

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Revenge Is Sweet, Except When It’s Not

December 21, 2013
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Former lawman Mex Anderson is trying to cope with the horrific murders of his family as best he can. Moving from a small Mexican town to the snowy mountains of Colorado has helped. But it seems nothing can ever take away the gut-wrenching pain of his loss, in Peg Brantley‘s suspense novel “The Sacrifice.” When the head of the drug cartel responsible for the killings approaches Mex with an offer that would reveal the individuals…

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