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The Saint in the Cellar

by Laura Vosika and Chris R. Powell


Once upon a time, a boy named Jacob lived in a world of knights and dragons—when he wasn’t going to first grade, learning manners and waltzes, and eating steak tartare.

While his parents’ careers keep them occupied, he befriends the large and rambunctious family next door and explores his new home—the mansion of a 19th century railroad baron. He discovers a man living in the walls in his basement. Anthony says he is a monk living in the medieval anchorite tradition, sealed in a cell for life to pray.

Mama does not like his friendship with the kids next door. And she doesn’t believe there’s a saint in the cellar. But then, she doesn’t believe in dragons or Methred, either.

What if she’s wrong….?

The Feet Say Run

by Dan Blum

The Feet Say Run is the story of a life spent running--a literary novel that is also a suspenseful page-turner, a work at once emotionally gripping and darkly comic.


In his waning years, Hans Jaeger finds himself stranded on a desert island—the last island not mapped by modern GPS — with a small band of survivors. What is my particular crime? he asks. Why have I been chosen for this fate?


And so he begns the chronicle of his long life. He tells the tale of his life in Nazi Germany, the Jewish girl he loved, and his years fighting with the Wehrmacht. His war experiences are vividly individual—a struggle for survival in the most harrowing of circumstances—and yet also the broader story of the cruelty and absurdity of the Nazi regime, the madness of men, and of war itself. Hans’s story is the story of all the madness, irony and horror of the modern world--and the story of one man who finds redemption only when there's nowhere left to run.

Without Words

by Lisa Gurine

It’s amazing what people will tell you when you don’t speak yourself. Shadow, an orphan who attached herself to an immigrant family on a boat to America in 1881, suffered an unknown trauma that left her mute. As a child and a young woman, she becomes an integral part of her South Dakota prairie community. Secrets, quirks of character, and personal tragedies are safe with Shadow, who provides wordless, non-judgemental support to the fascinating characters who move in and out of her life.Shadow’s perspective, written as her life wanes, immerses readers in the heartwarming and heartwrenching experiences of the brave, noble, and not-so-noble immigrants who struggled to establish a foothold on the harsh prairie landscape. Eventually Shadow comes to understand that, a life without words is not a life without significance.

See That House

by Judith Granahan

Kate McKenzie loves working in the Publicity Department of a large company. She is crushed when told she is to replace the woman in Finance who died in a fiery car crash. Needing a paycheck she takes the transfer and updates her resume. Checking the latest payroll report she discovers the company is paying six employees not on any department's list.


Then, finding a spreadsheet that seems to link several company investment funds together, she takes both problems to Marshall Pope, Head of Finance. Marshall blames her inexperience then promises to clear things up. Marshall quickly discusses the situation with his half-brother Jackson Slater, head of Security and they agree that, like the dead woman, Kate has to go. Can Kate stay one step ahead of the murderous duo intent on bringing the company down to repay the wrong done to their mother years ago?

Dancers of the Third Age

by Judith Granahan

Anna Mae fires a pistol at her deceased husband's grave, and shortly after, bewildered, frightened by her behavior, blurts out a dark secret to friends she believes will understand. They don't.


Fueled by their own pasts, Libby and Ginger unravel. Hiding anger and disbelief, they take Anna Mae on a road trip to face those they feel she’s wronged. Their journey changes them, and those they meet along the way.

The Sion Grail

by Janet Kramer

In Paris seeking her French lineage, Mary Magdalena Forsythe (Maggie) discovers a priceless historic grail which belongs to a legendary secret society, The Priory of Sion, and is hotly pursued by a rapacious collector. Romance and adventure follow Maggie as she travels to the South of France in search of her namesake and the grail’s origins.


There, she experiences a spiritual link with Mary Magdalene, along with insights into the Jesus and Mary Magdalene liaison and her own personal grail connection. The story’s events challenge Maggie to confront her soul’s journey, changing her life forever.

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