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We Won't Forget You Mr. McGillicuddy

Someone has your information. What are they going to do with it?

This compelling story endears you to a family in a crisis that pulls at their bonds. Grandpa Great has dementia, Ruby is pregnant and being stalked by a meth head, Saphire is coming of age and an old enemy, now a manager of a security firm contracted out to the NSA, stalks Robert for revenge over an incident that happened 40 years ago. "Revenge is best served very cold."


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SHOT DOWN: The true story of pilot Howard Snyder and the crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth

Winner of 20 national book awards, SHOT DOWN is set within the framework of World War II in Europe and recounts the dramatic experiences of each member of a ten man B-17 bomber crew after their plane, piloted by the author's father, was knocked out of the sky by German fighters over the French/Belgium border on February 8,1944.

Some men died. Some were captured and became prisoners of war.  Some men evaded capture and were missing in action for months before making it back to England. Their individual stories and those of the courageous Belgian people who risked their lives to help them are all different and are all remarkable. 

Even before the dramatic battle in the air and the subsequent harrowing events on the ground, the story is informative, insightful, and captivating.  Prior to the fateful event, the book covers the crew's training, their journey to England, what life was like on  base as well as in London and the English countryside, and the perils of flying combat missions over occupied Europe and Germany.  

Through personal letters, oral and written accounts, declassified military documents, and interviews – all from people who took part in the events that happened over 70 years ago (even the German Luftwaffe pilot who shot down the Susan Ruth) - the stories come alive. Adding to the feeling of "being there", are more than 200 time period photographs interspersed throughout the book.

To add background and context, many historical facts and anecdotes about and surrounding World War II are entwined throughout the book so that the reader has a feel for and understanding of what was occurring on a broader scale.  SHOT DOWN is an account about brave individuals, featuring pilot Howard Snyder, set within the compelling events of the greatest conflict in world history. 

Winner of 20 national book awards, SHOT DOWN is set within the framework of World War II in Europe and recounts the dramatic experiences of each member of a ten man B-17 bomber crew after their plane, piloted by the author's father, was knocked out of the sky by German fighters over the French/Belgium border on February 8,1944.

Some men died. Some were captured and became prisoners of war.  Some men evaded capture and were missing in action for months before making it back to England. Their individual stories and those of the courageous Belgian people who risked their lives to help them are all different and are all remarkable. 

Even before the dramatic battle in the air and the subsequent harrowing events on the ground, the story is informative, insightful, and captivating.  Prior to the fateful event, the book covers the crew's training, their journey to England, what life was like on  base as well as in London and the English countryside, and the perils of flying combat missions over occupied Europe and Germany.  

Through personal letters, oral and written accounts, declassified military documents, and interviews – all from people who took part in the events that happened over 70 years ago (even the German Luftwaffe pilot who shot down the Susan Ruth) - the stories come alive. Adding to the feeling of "being there", are more than 200 time period photographs interspersed throughout the book.

To add background and context, many historical facts and anecdotes about and surrounding World War II are entwined throughout the book so that the reader has a feel for and understanding of what was occurring on a broader scale.  SHOT DOWN is an account about brave individuals, featuring pilot Howard Snyder, set within the compelling events of the greatest conflict in world history. 


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The Falconer's Apprentice

Andreas, an adventuresome 15-year old orphan, embarks on a precipitous flight across Europe to rescue the falcon Adela.  A crotchety falconer, a secretive trader and his feisty daughter, a mysterious hermit, a young king in prison, an aging emperor, and an irascible Arab physician are among the principal characters in this action/adventure novel, set in the 13th century. Written for readers age twelve and above, this coming-of-age story conveys life in medieval Europe, with bedbugs next to silver chalices, food ranging from the moldy to the sublime, and intellectual sophistication side by side with rank superstitions.  Original poetry by King Enzio, imprisoned in Bologna, and writings about falconry by Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen are incorporated into the novel.  The eight parts of the novel reflect the eight octagonal towers of the Castel del Monte, a critical turning point in the protagonist’s life.


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Concrete Wings

Historical Fiction/Coming of Age story. A naive teen, sent out of Cuba to retrieve smuggled family jewels on the eve of the Bay of Pigs invasion, comes of age in New York City at the height of the sexual revolution and earns his political and economic freedom. By a twist of fate, he begins to lose his liberty when his oppressive parents arrive and refuse to assimilate into American society. Take the journey and discover why success isn't always measured by what one becomes, but often by what one overcomes. Five Star Readers' Favorite. Literary Classics Seal of Approval with a recommendation for school and home libraries.


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BEE GONE: A POLITICAL PARABLE

Bee Gone: A Political Parable is a rhyming, illustrated short e-book that examines the thought, (articulated by Barack Obama), “Elections have consequences.”

It's a very short story about a disgruntled drone in a bee hive who wants to take over the hive from the queen bee.

The moral of the story: we must choose wisely in selecting our leaders.

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Mollie's Follies

Action adventure novel, "Mollie's Follies," is a 1950s to 1990's epic. Mollie, aka Mary Lynn Sharp, is age 14 when abandoned by remaining family. Beautiful and vulnerable, she's facing breakups, heartache, and heartbreak while fleeing for her life, time after time. Traveling alone back and forth across America's Mainland ensures major mishaps.


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Life in the Morgue

An average working guy wanted a career change. When he applied for—and then got—a job he didn’t think he was qualified for, he found a lot more than a new paycheck.

 “Life in the Morgue “ Inspired by author Lance Anderson’s own years working in a medical examiner’s office as a morgue/autopsy technician and as a paranormal investigator for the last 10 years, Life in the Morgue is not a typical murder mystery, romance, or even crime drama. The novel is focused on the people who work in the morgue, offering readers stories that are at times funny, at times sad, and always intriguing.

These are true events written as a fictional story following the career of a morgue technician.


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The Fire Escape Stories, Volume I

Two cousins are born on the same day in the same Brooklyn hospital. They grow up thinking they will always have one another and the gritty fire escape where they go to laugh, cry, and tell their secrets. But their lives slowly head in different directions. Can a fire escape save them both?


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Barefoot Under The Moon

Satirical - Slightly Erotic Romantic Comedy - 


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Thru Fear And Back

An Amazing Account of Survival Against Incredible Odds


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Illithesium

As Oron continues his investigative excavation on earth, he starts to uncover other dealings that have caused humanity to go down the path it has been driven to. Oron then presents his findings to the one being he is reluctant to talk to the most but must face due to the role he has inhabited for the greater good of the universe. God has always loved Oron, but Oron can say that he has never fully loved God, which cause their engagements to be full of Ice and Fire.


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The Forest Fairies

Saving the planet through education is the key to our children's future and The Rubbish Rebellion is a book series that will captivate the minds of young readers. Children's book Author Chez Rafter and the Forest Fairies will take children on a magical litter picking adventure as they follow forest trails with giant sacks picking up rubbish from tourists. Join them as they teach children how to care for the environment. Does your child believe in fairies?


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We Won't Forget You Mr. McGillicuddy

Someone has your information. What are they going to do with it?

This compelling story endears you to a family in a crisis that pulls at their bonds. Grandpa Great has dementia, Ruby is pregnant and being stalked by a meth head, Saphire is coming of age and an old enemy, now a manager of a security firm contracted out to the NSA, stalks Robert for revenge over an incident that happened 40 years ago. "Revenge is best served very cold."


View More

SHOT DOWN: The true story of pilot Howard Snyder and the crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth

Winner of 20 national book awards, SHOT DOWN is set within the framework of World War II in Europe and recounts the dramatic experiences of each member of a ten man B-17 bomber crew after their plane, piloted by the author's father, was knocked out of the sky by German fighters over the French/Belgium border on February 8,1944.

Some men died. Some were captured and became prisoners of war.  Some men evaded capture and were missing in action for months before making it back to England. Their individual stories and those of the courageous Belgian people who risked their lives to help them are all different and are all remarkable. 

Even before the dramatic battle in the air and the subsequent harrowing events on the ground, the story is informative, insightful, and captivating.  Prior to the fateful event, the book covers the crew's training, their journey to England, what life was like on  base as well as in London and the English countryside, and the perils of flying combat missions over occupied Europe and Germany.  

Through personal letters, oral and written accounts, declassified military documents, and interviews – all from people who took part in the events that happened over 70 years ago (even the German Luftwaffe pilot who shot down the Susan Ruth) - the stories come alive. Adding to the feeling of "being there", are more than 200 time period photographs interspersed throughout the book.

To add background and context, many historical facts and anecdotes about and surrounding World War II are entwined throughout the book so that the reader has a feel for and understanding of what was occurring on a broader scale.  SHOT DOWN is an account about brave individuals, featuring pilot Howard Snyder, set within the compelling events of the greatest conflict in world history. 

Winner of 20 national book awards, SHOT DOWN is set within the framework of World War II in Europe and recounts the dramatic experiences of each member of a ten man B-17 bomber crew after their plane, piloted by the author's father, was knocked out of the sky by German fighters over the French/Belgium border on February 8,1944.

Some men died. Some were captured and became prisoners of war.  Some men evaded capture and were missing in action for months before making it back to England. Their individual stories and those of the courageous Belgian people who risked their lives to help them are all different and are all remarkable. 

Even before the dramatic battle in the air and the subsequent harrowing events on the ground, the story is informative, insightful, and captivating.  Prior to the fateful event, the book covers the crew's training, their journey to England, what life was like on  base as well as in London and the English countryside, and the perils of flying combat missions over occupied Europe and Germany.  

Through personal letters, oral and written accounts, declassified military documents, and interviews – all from people who took part in the events that happened over 70 years ago (even the German Luftwaffe pilot who shot down the Susan Ruth) - the stories come alive. Adding to the feeling of "being there", are more than 200 time period photographs interspersed throughout the book.

To add background and context, many historical facts and anecdotes about and surrounding World War II are entwined throughout the book so that the reader has a feel for and understanding of what was occurring on a broader scale.  SHOT DOWN is an account about brave individuals, featuring pilot Howard Snyder, set within the compelling events of the greatest conflict in world history. 


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The Falconer's Apprentice

Andreas, an adventuresome 15-year old orphan, embarks on a precipitous flight across Europe to rescue the falcon Adela.  A crotchety falconer, a secretive trader and his feisty daughter, a mysterious hermit, a young king in prison, an aging emperor, and an irascible Arab physician are among the principal characters in this action/adventure novel, set in the 13th century. Written for readers age twelve and above, this coming-of-age story conveys life in medieval Europe, with bedbugs next to silver chalices, food ranging from the moldy to the sublime, and intellectual sophistication side by side with rank superstitions.  Original poetry by King Enzio, imprisoned in Bologna, and writings about falconry by Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen are incorporated into the novel.  The eight parts of the novel reflect the eight octagonal towers of the Castel del Monte, a critical turning point in the protagonist’s life.


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Concrete Wings

Historical Fiction/Coming of Age story. A naive teen, sent out of Cuba to retrieve smuggled family jewels on the eve of the Bay of Pigs invasion, comes of age in New York City at the height of the sexual revolution and earns his political and economic freedom. By a twist of fate, he begins to lose his liberty when his oppressive parents arrive and refuse to assimilate into American society. Take the journey and discover why success isn't always measured by what one becomes, but often by what one overcomes. Five Star Readers' Favorite. Literary Classics Seal of Approval with a recommendation for school and home libraries.


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