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The Rake’s Tale   by Bettie Williams

The Rake's Tale

In Regency England, Sarah Edwards is a Shakespeare-obsessed debutante set on finding the love of her life. Instead, she finds Lord…

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The Bookwyrm Series   by Suzanna J. Linton

bookwyrm series

By Suzanna J. Linton Helen Delacroix runs a small bookstore in Florence, SC but she’s more than that. She can…

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Willows of Fate   by Suzanna J. Linton


By Suzanna J. Linton   All her life, Desdemona has seen things others haven’t. Dragons, knights, dwarves, kids with three…

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Clara   by Suzanna J. Linton


By Suzanna J. Linton Clara’s life extends no further than the castle kitchens and their garden. Those who know about…

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Social Security Disability Practice   by Laura P. Valtorta

SS Benefits Law

By Laura P. Valtorta Social Security Disability Practice is a practice manual for attorneys who serve clients in this area….

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Doin’ the Charleston: Black Roots of American Popular Music & the Jenkins Orphanage Legacy   by Mark R. Jones

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By Mark R. Jones For the first time, here is the stirring story of the Jenkins Orphanage Band and its…

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Wicked Charleston: The Dark Side of the Holy City   by Mark R. Jones

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By Mark R. Jones Wicked Charleston: The Dark Side of the Holy City opens the door to the dark alleys and…

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Wicked Charleston, Vol. II:   by Mark R. Jones

Wicked Charleston II

 By Mark R. Jones Below the gleaming surface of Charleston, there has always been a darker side–a second history that…

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South Carolina Killers   by Mark R. Jones

SC Killers

  By Mark R. Jones Murder leaves no decade unscarred. In 1903, the lieutenant governor of South Carolina shot dead…

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Palmetto Predators   by Mark R. Jones

Palmetto Monsters

 By Mark R. Jones Author and crime writer Mark Jones presents the stories and criminal minds of nine serial offenders…

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Kingdom By The Sea   by Mark R. Jones

kingdom by the sea

 By Mark R. Jones In 1827 Pvt. Edgar Perry arrived at Ft. Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island near Charleston and served…

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Where’s Stephanie?   by Leonora Livingston


This inspirational novel is about loss, separation, and the power of redemption, bThis inspirational novel is about loss, separation, and…

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Carolina Daemonic, Book I: Confederate Shadows   by Brian Barr

Carolina Demonic

It’s 2020. The South won the Civil War and achieved manifest destiny in the United States. Great Britain, known as…

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Grit of Berth and Stone (Book 1 in the Chasmaria Series)   by Lisa Dunn


Banished for a foolish mistake, sixteen-year-old Grit scorns the loss of her home, her honor, and her only ally. Only…

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Politics Trumps Nuclear Science   by Dr. Rose O. Hayes

Politics Trumps

Politics Trumps Nuclear Science is a partial social history of nuclear waste management and the 70-year government failure to develop…

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Burning Time   by Bob Strother

Burning Times

“Louise Schmidt would sacrifice almost anything to protect and provide for her family—even her innocence…”  Set in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in…

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The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery   by Regina Jeffers

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Fitzwilliam Darcy is enjoying his marital bliss. His wife, the former Elizabeth Bennet, presented him two sons and a world…

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His American Heartsong: A Companion Novel to the Realm Series   by Regina Jeffers


The Deepest Love Is Always Unexpected. LAWRENCE LOWERY, Lord Hellsman, has been the dutiful elder son his whole life, but…

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His Irish Eve   by Regina Jeffers

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When the Earl of Greenwall demands his only son, ADAM LAWRENCE, Viscount Stafford, retrieve the viscount’s by-blow, everything in Lawrence’s…

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Mr. Darcy’s Fault: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary Novella   by Regina Jeffers

Mr. Darcy's  Fault

What if an accident prevents Elizabeth Bennet from reading Mr. Darcy’s letter of apology? What if said letter goes missing…

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Elizabeth Bennet’s Deception: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary   by Regina Jeffers

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What if Fitzwilliam Darcy refused to approach Elizabeth Bennet when he observes her upon the grounds of Pemberley? What if…

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Higher Ground   by McKendree Long, III

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HIGHER GROUND is the third leg of the Superstition Gun Trilogy, following NO GOOD LIKE IT IS and DOG SOLDIER…

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The Woods at Barlow Bend   by Jodie Cain Smith

Woods at Barlow Bend

One shot fired deep in the pine forests of her youth was all it took to change Hattie’s life forever….

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Southern Stories   by David Henry Maring

Southern Stories Bookcover

The US Review of Books  -  “Southern Stories is a collection of five short stories set primarily but not exclusively…

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Tooey’s Crossroads – Outrageous Tales and Bold-Face Lies   by Pug Greenwood aka Robert F. Lackey


Praise for Tooey’s Crossroads – Outrageous Tales and Bold-Face Lies. “Pug Greenwood’s stories generally contain a dainty sliver of truth served…

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Pulaski’s Canal   by Robert f. Lackey

Pulaski's Canal

Ben Pulaski’s return to Havre de Grace in 1841, two years after being reported lost at sea, destroys the sense…

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Bim and Them – Don’t Let Them Catch You Smiling!   by Pug Greenwood aka Robert F. Lackey

Bim and them

A little boy looking for his vanished Uncle finds himself in the one place he was always told not to…

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COLUMBIA COOKS   by William Thrift

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A tasty writing assignment has evolved into a collection of articles featuring chefs and restaurateurs in the Columbia, South Carolina…

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HIDING CARLY, A Sean Gray Junior Special Agent Mystery   by Ann E. Eisenstein

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Eleven year old Sean is in search of the truth. Someone murdered his father, Special Agent Max Gray, and the…

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FALLEN PREY, A Sean Gray Junior Special Agent Mystery   by Ann E. Eisenstein

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Twelve-year-old Junior Special Agent Sean Gray is in a race against time. Could there be a connection between his testimony in…

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Hills of Home   by Debbie Richard

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A historical, Appalachian slice of life, HILLS OF HOME is bursting at the seams with vignettes of growing up in…

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The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy   by Regina Jeffers


A thrilling novel of malicious villains, dramatic revelations, and heroic gestures that stays true to Austen’s style Darcy and Elizabeth…

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Christmas at Pemberley   by Regina Jeffers


It’s Christmastime at Pemberley and the Darcys and Bennets have gathered to celebrate. With such a mix of eclectic characters…

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Vampire Darcy’s Desire   by Regina Jeffers


In Austen’s original novel, Darcy and Elizabeth are compelled to overcome countless obstacles — but that’s nothing compared to what…

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Darcy’s Temptation   by Regina Jeffers


By changing the narrator, Darcy’s Temptation turns one of the most beloved literary love affairs of all time on its head, even…

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Darcy’s Passions: Jane Austen’s Classic Retold Through His Eyes   by Regina Jeffers


Witty and amusing, this novel captures the original style, themes and sardonic humor of Jane Austen’s novel while turning the…

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The Scandal of Lady Eleanor (Book 1 of the Realm Series)   by Regina Jeffers


A master at capturing the elegance, grandeur, and literary style of the Regency era, Jeffers has developed a loyal following…

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The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy   by Regina Jeffers


Fitzwilliam Darcy is devastated. The joy of his recent wedding has been cut short by the news of the sudden…

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Korea, Are You at Peace?: Tales of Two Women Travelers in a Troubled Land   by J. A. V. Simson


Is there hope for peace on the Korean peninsula? These deeply personal stories of two Western women reveal the almost…

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Jefferson Davis Before He Wore Confederate Gray   by David Maring


Jefferson Davis Before He Wore Confederate Gray is a novel that stays true to a historical narrative. At the same…

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Border Crossings   by Carole Bellacera


What happens when an American woman marries a perfectly ordinary Irish professor, hoping to settle down to a tranquil life…

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Spotlight   by Carole Bellacera

Devin: A rock star with a political conscience. At the height of his career, he appears to have everything–money, fame,…

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East of the Sun, West of the Moon   by Carole Bellacera


A congressman’s wife, long neglected by her insensitive, workaholic husband, starts an affair with a charismatic younger man, and changes…

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Understudy   by Carole Bellacera


Robin Mulcahey has always dreamed of being a big-time actress. As a college student, she took endless drama classes and…

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Chocolate on a Stick   by Carole Bellacera

Velma and Louie are in their seventies…and in love with each other. They met at the mailboxes in a retirement…

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Lily of the Springs   by Carole Bellacera


The 50’s…Drive-in Movies, Doo-wop Music…and Love in the Back Seat of a ’51 Plymouth In 1952 Kentucky, 18-year-old Lily Foster,…

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Resiliency   by Deborah E Richard


Debbie Richard’s poems are rich caches of personal and rural memories: of lazy walks under moss-draped oaks, of a two-room…

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The Quaker Café   by Brenda Bevan Remmes


Liz Hoole, a free-spirited liberal from the Midwest, marries into a conservative Quaker family in Cedar Branch,a small rural town…

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Summer Adventures with Kate & JR   by Edith Hawkins

Summer Adventures with Kate & JR

Do you ever wonder what it’s like to plant a garden?  Learn to sew and make a doll quilt? How…

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Hyde’s Corner Trilogy – Book II – In The Name of Vengeance   by J B Bergstad

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Burks chooses a roadside turnout as his killing ground, but redemption, in the form of a cry from his daughter’s…

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Nights of Horseplay   by Steve Gordy


In a town where unusual things sometimes happen, Aiken’s horse statues come to life at night. The results are sometimes…

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Rainbow’s End   by JB Bonds


Rainbow’s End is a Retirement Community in Pelican Key, 20 miles from Key West, FL. Joanie and Roz, two widowed…

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Hyde’s Corner Trilogy – Book I – No Man’s Land   by J B Bergstad

Selmer Burks becomes a man some call monster, yet, he is capable of love, devotion to family and community. Burks,…

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Doors to Perdition   by J B Bergstad

Want terror? Not fantasy, folk lore, myth or monsters? Live through the horrors we create. From the amateur bank robber…

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Screwing the Pooch   by J B Bergstad

A unique collection and a first in short story compilation. Pooch won the Readers Favorite Gold Medal for best fiction…

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The Secret of Isobel Key   by Jen McConnel

Lou is in the middle of a quarter-life crisis. Fresh out of college, she’s unemployed and unsure of herself. But…

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Rogue Prince   by Brenda Gable

Rogue Prince is a fantasy tale of how deadly “tough love” can get. Debauched Prince Wolfrick and his squire are…

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Family Meal   by Laura P. Valtorta

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By Laura P. Valtorta Family Meal, published by Carolina Wren Press, explores the crazy relationships in an Italian-American family and…

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Catherine’s Cross   by Millie West

Catherine's Cross

When Jenks Ellington experiences a sudden, alarming sense of panic about her identical twin sister Gigi, she has to wait…

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Down the Owlhoot Trail   by J.E.S. Hays


In the late 1800′s, a couple of enterprising young fellows decided to head West. The two become fast friends, and…

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Tough As Stone – Brandon’s Story   by Donna Stone


Based on a child’s lifelong battle with painful, chronic health conditions, Tough As Stone – Brandon’s Story encourages patients to…

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Winyah Bay   by David Maring


Winyah Bay is a historical novel that explores the lives of the various inhabitants from the beginning of the first…

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Daughter of Chaos   by Jen McConnel


Nothing is more terrifying than the witch who wields red magic.   There comes a time in every witch’s life…

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Tatty, the Lonely Monarch   by Nancy Lorraine

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In TATTY a small, tattered Monarch butterfly can’t keep up with other Monarchs during their winter migration to Mexico.

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The Wisdom of Hair   by Kim Boykin

novel --release date Mar 2013

In 1983, on her nineteenth birthday, Zora Adams finally says goodbye to her alcoholic mother and their tiny town in the mountains of South Carolina…

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We Smoked Our Sister: Stories from a Childhood   by Carlotta Russell

A collection of Southern folktales by Carlotta Russell

A collection of Southern folktales by Carlotta Russell

We Smoked Our Sister is a compilation of stories from a childhood that carries the reader back to the wonderful days of the 1960′s; a time of excitement in the growth of America…

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THE UNFINISHED GARDEN   by Barbara Claypole White

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A love story about grief, OCD and dirt…

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Till I Grow   by Rayshawn McAuley

Sheer survival takes center stage, within this compelling story of a breast cancer survivor…

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The Spectrum Conspiracy   by Craig Faris

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Special Agent Devrin Crosby is consumed by his past addictions, and one lethal mistake…

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Shug’s Place, A Novel-in-Stories   by Bob Strother

Release date May 18, 2013

A working-class bar in mid-1980s Detroit with an interesting assortment of Patrons: A sharp, but obsessed female homicide detective; a former student radical on the run for her life; a hard-drinking PI who’s in love with his best friend’s wife…

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A tale of Bipolar Depression by Jilda Leigh

A tale of Bipolar Depression, Shadows, Skeletons and a Southern Belle, take the reader on a journey from the pits of despair to the light…

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THE SERPENT’S SEED   by David Maring

international thriller

An Archaeologist, Bill Weston, pursuing leads that will verify the accuracy of Genesis’ account of man’s origin, is drawn into a whirlpool of murder and international intrigue…

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Scattered, Smothered, and Covered   by Bob Strother


This novel-length collection includes thirty-six stories that defy easy categories­.

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The Rest is Silence   by Peter Hildebrandt


Anne Cecil looks beyond her tomb and monument in Westminster Abbey and learns secrets that far outlive her own era…

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REHOBOTH   by Monet Jones

A sci/fi thriller by Monet Jones

Strange things are happening in Rehoboth. Residents claim they hear the voice of God and refuse to continue militaristic activities…

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PENELOPE: A Novel of New Amsterdam   by Jim McFarlane

an historical novel

Penelope, a near penniless young orphan in 1640s Amsterdam, is determined to voyage to New Amsterdam to discover what happened to her father, a sea-going merchant who disappeared there during a get-rich-quick scheme…

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Poems of Celebration

In this collection of poems of celebration, a dollop of laughter and heaping spoonfuls of feisty will be your daily companions when you read The Pantyhose Declarations…

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NO GOOD LIKE IT IS   by Mckendree R. Long III

Two Confederate cavalrymen survive the war, then struggle 'home' to Texas.

A historical novel, NO GOOD LIKE IT IS relates the adventures (and misadventures) of two soldiers with Terry’s Texas Rangers…

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A Beach Thriller by Steven McMillen

It’s a wild tale of assassinations, betrayal, black ops, corrupt politicians, big oil, the Columbian drug cartel…

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The Mullahs   by David Maring

political thriller

Few know of the ancient rumors concerning an original manuscript of the Book of Revelation…

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MONK IN THE CELLAR   by David Griffin

A life examined by David Griffin

Brother Jesse will be evicted from his home of forty years when Irish overseers decide to sell the monastery to pay off their debts…

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coming of age novel for middle grade

In the 1930′s on his family’s farm in Yancy County, NC., times were hard, but eleven-year-old Aaron Gilbert Fowler was happy until…

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Master of Westfall Plantation   by Bonnie Stanard

the second of Bonnie Stanard's trilogy

This is the story of Tilmon Goodwyn and his effort to maintain absolute power over slaves who have the wiles to thwart his will…

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Marina Melee   by Lynne M. Hinkey

romantic comedy by Lynn Hinkey

Determined to prove to his parents that he is more than a spoiled, womanizing, over-aged adolescent, George buys Porto da Vida Marina on a small island in the Caribbean…

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Lowcountry Boil   by Susan M. Boyer


Private Investigator Liz Talbot is a modern Southern belle: she blesses hearts and takes names…

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Kedzie   by Bonnie Stanard

historical fiction by Bonnie Stanard

This story exposes the heart of antebellum slavery without falling into the standard traps of unrequited love or historical intervention…

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Just a Penny for a Pocketful of Dreams   by George Long

children's book by George Long

A sweet character-building story that strikes to the heart of the entrepreneurial spirit of America’s youth…

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GERMLINE   by T C McCarthy

Military Science Fiction by T C McCarthy

Pavlodar, Kazakhstan, has fallen; when U.S. forces capture its metallic resources using bioengineered troops…

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Fellow Traveler   by James D. McAllister

Fellow Traveler by James McAllister

In 1997, thirty long years after the Summer of Love, millions mourned the death of music legend Rose Partland…

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Eve’s Sisters   by Jayne Bowers

essays by Jane Bowers

In this compilation of essays demonstrating the application of psychological and spiritual principles to the women of the Bible…

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Drew in Blue   by J.M. Kelley

fiction by J.M. Kelley

Drew Doyle’s done a lot of stupid things in his life, but the biggest mistake by far was…

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DOG SOLDIER MOON   by McKendree Long

Dog Soldier Moon

In this sequel to the historical novel NO GOOD LIKE IT IS, the saga of Dobey Walls and Jimmy ‘Boss’ Melton continues…

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DEAR KILLER   by Linda Lovely

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Marley Clark, a retired military intelligence officer, works security for a Sea Island community to keep busy.

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Dancing on Mars   by Lucinda Shirley

Memoir and poetry by Lucinda Shirley

This is EveryWoman’s book – every age, every experience. You will laugh, cry …

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Crossing the Bridge: Succeeding in a Community College and Beyond   by Jayne Bowers

A practical guide to student success in a community college

A practical guide to student success in a community college…

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humor by Jacqueline Gum

Roberta conquers a bare-knuckle, male-dominated industry and achieves unparalleled success…

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THE CAST NET   by Millie West

fiction by Millie West

  When Mills Taylor, a talented New York advertising agent and artist, accepts a job as the director of an…

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Carolina Justice   by David Maring

When two of Georgetown’s white women are brutally raped and murdered,

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The Butterfly Adventure

In this children’s book, two young butterflies explore a…

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The Burning of Isobel Key   by Jen McConnel


When Lou travels to Scotland, she’s a mess. She’s twenty-six, unemployed,

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