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Who is it meant for? Certainly not Ali, but she shows up anyway.
Entering the factory sends Ali into another world, another time: World War II.
In this tale of lost love and sacrifices made in a time of war, can Ali set right events in the past that, if left unchecked, will alter her family’s future, including her own?
The three books in the Doorways to the Past Time Travel series are clean reads. These short stories are suitable for most ages so come along on the adventure!
Abandoned in Time is Book 1 in the new time travel series, Doorways to the Past. This short story is a clean read suitable for all ages.
The year is 2065. Earth is overpopulated and our resources, spent.
Our last hope is to colonize the moon. Called the Haven Project – an experiment designed to transform the lunar grit into a rich oasis.
Unfortunately, in our haste to create a new world we created our worst enemy – LYCCYX.
Join Captain Luke Xander on the adventure of a lifetime as he attempts to bring the cure to the infected who now believe themselves to be the next evolution of mankind.
Also available on Amazon: LYCCYX Episode 2: Rise of the Hyans
When a gorgeous foreign exchange student moves into town, staying with the inhumanly hot captain of the swim team, will Watergirl find true love, or will a kiss of obsession drag her into a world more dangerous and dark than anything she imagined?
Welcome to the world of Watergirl: hot guys with gills, psychotic ex-girlfriends, oh, and something in the lake. It will take your breath away.
Their only hope of success requires a trip 145 million years into the past to a lost period of history called the Zanyzoic where Clara and Zeke run the risk of getting eaten by their own discovery!
Kittysaurus is a hilarious adventure, entertaining for middle school students, children and adults.
Mix together one blushing honeymoon couple, one flamboyant boutique owner, a deadpan traveling salesman, and a charmingly handsome novelist, and there’s more than scones cooking at Cranberry Cottage Bed and Breakfast. As true motives become apparent, will Molly’s past come back to haunt her or will she finally be able to leave it behind?
Strong, independent and dedicated to her family Katie believes that life is all about responsibility. Working alongside her father to see that the ranch is successful she has all but forgotten she is a woman.
Wilson Robertson, is down on his luck and tired of dusting the trails. Pushing thirty he longs for a piece of land of his own; a home. But when he meets the Cattleman’s daughter his dreams could be lost for ever.
Can two people determined to live up to their responsibilities learn that there is more to caring and loving than simply doing the right thing? Find out in this sweet historical western romance.
Ever had a boss you’d happily kill?
Somebody beat her to it.
Corporate climber, Kadence MacBride, is smashing the glass ceiling with her size ten pumps, or so she thinks. Not only does she get passed over, her promotion goes to her idiot employee, and he becomes her new boss.
Worst day ever, or so she thinks. Worst doesn’t have a floor, and idiots tend to get themselves killed.
Losing a promotion–bad
Becoming a prime murder suspect–CATASTROPHIC
Police Captain Cooper has hit his own glass ceiling. Solving this case quickly will break him through it, so Cooper doesn’t care what’s true. Since Kadence makes the easiest target, he’s gunning for her.
Long buried secrets from the Civil Rights era seek vengeance from the grave. Kadence has her own secrets to keep.
There are some things you don’t delegate. Adding amateur sleuth to her resume, Kadence sets out to find the real killer. If she fails, she’ll trade her red power suit for an orange jumpsuit.
Praise for Kadence MacBride
Kadence MacBride is quite the memorable character.
An original and engaging protagonist.
Kadence is a definite keeper.
File under: whodunit mystery, murder mystery, humorous mysteries, female sleuth mysteries, book club recommendations 2015, amateur sleuth mystery, lending library
Graduate student Raina Sun is in for a season of mayhem and murder. When she volunteered to take the new foreign exchange student shopping on the last weekend before Christmas, she ended up in a riot for the last hot toy of the season and an abandoned baby. Sometimes it doesn’t pay to be a Good Samaritan.
But calling the mysterious phone number in the diaper bag leads to more questions than answers. A strange man claims to be the child’s father, and his alleged mother turns up dead. The local police are more interested in keeping the town’s good name out of international news than considering if there’s foul play. And to make matters worse, she has less than a week to find his birth parents before the FBI takes over the case.
Raina summons her sleuthing skills to protect this baby and soon discovers everyone has a few skeletons in their closets. With her pimp-cane-toting grandma, she must track down a hidden killer before she becomes the next victim. There’s no place for an amateur when it comes to murder…
Don’t miss out on Raina’s new adventure–get your copy of “Gusty Lovers and Cadavers” today!
Captain Danae Shepherd returns to Mars Station with her crew of the Ishmael, fully aware that she is walking straight into a trap. But Danae isn’t going to let a little thing like being wanted for murder keep her away, not when her ally Dr. Erik Sorensen is stuck in jail; and not when evidence is desperately needed to end police chief Acheron’s depraved side business of abducting homeless children and selling them as slaves.
Danae’s nervous crew agrees to her daring plan, which is based more on luck than strategy, but her clairvoyant helmsman Marco Ting raises the level of tension with two chilling premonitions: the Captain’s plan will unravel once they reach Mars Station, putting all their lives in danger, and someone close to Lorina Murphy is going to die.
The Lost Sheep is the second book in The Orphan Ship trilogy. Sterling R. Walker’s first novel, The Orphan Ship, was awarded a 2012 silver medal from Children’s Literary Classics.