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Autumn Listings

Last Updated: 12/11/2003

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“Waves Of Fate” by Amy Mistretta,
http://amymistretta.tripod.com
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 15, 2003
Publisher: The Creek

Jessie Logan has everything she could ever want in life except the love of a good man. Now after ten years of flashing camera lights, she is ready to give it all up just to be an ordinary woman. Luckily, Mark Hearst has recently bought the beach house next to hers. And he’s determined to capture Jessie’s heart.

But someone from her past has other plans for her newly domesticated life. Will outside forces again wreak havoc on her existence, or will a night full of passion integrate Jessie and Mark’s souls forever into the love of a lifetime?

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“Mountain Passion” by D. G. Bellenger
Genre: Historical Fiction
Release Date: November 2003
Publisher: Keep it Coming/Kelli Ballard, www.keepitcoming.net

During the Comstock mining era, a beautiful, but mysterious woman crosses paths with bank president Hudson Foreman and his life will never be the same. As they interact, he gradually learns of her identity, and why she can’t stay with him, but he’s willing to follow her no matter the risk.

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“Schlussel’s Woman” by John Richard Lindermuth
Genre: Historical Suspense
Release date: October 2003
Publisher: iUniverse, www.iuniverse.com

Description: When Isaac Schlussel is felled by an assassin’s bullet in 1830 in Pennsylvania’s anthracite coal region, his greed has provided a multitude of suspects who are introduced in chapters which flash back and forth in time to reveal his history and his obsession with the beautiful woman who is both his wife and the unintentional source of his downfall.

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“Dancing Waters” by Teresa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha http://www.geocities.com/writingroses/DancingWaters.html
Genre: Suspense
Release Date: October 2003
Publisher: Publish America, www.publishamerica.com

If Sandra knew why Mick Granger quit his job, left Chicago for the cabin in the hills of North Dakota, she would take the call. “He made his choice! I thought he loved me!” She shoves the phone back towards her captain, Joe Kenan. This trip is a chance of a lifetime!

Mick is in the hills trying to find his father’s secret, but Stella Sithe becomes more than just his late father’s mistress, she becomes his lover now. He is forced to watch, painfully destroyed as she is murdered. Escaping from the villain, he flees to Florida to join Sandra and Joe upon the boat. His jealousy is inherent and he seethes with anger.

There’s no choice but to stay on board and watch their love affair intensify. Their trip is destined for disaster and there is more than one enemy and they want all three of them dead!

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“Final Breath” by Paul M. Taylor
Genre: Mystery
Release Date: September 7, 2003
PublishAmerica, www. publishamerica.com

A young man goes on the run after inadvertently witnessing the murder of his best friend at the care center where he lives. The care center sends a security team after him because now he knows too much. The killer’s next victim is a female student atthe local high school. Prompted by an unproductive police investigation, a friend of the victim begins an investigation of his own. As he progresses through the investigation he realizes that the mystery behind the murder goes way beyond just a single deranged killer. Now he must risk his own life to solve the mystery.

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“Stargazer” by Jewel Adams
Genre: Romance Time Travel
Release Date : Mid September, 2003
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, www.creekpress.com

Determined to be the Chicago Sun’s top foreign reporter, Cassandra Malone is on her way to Riyadh. Cassie’s adventure turns ugly when a group of terrorist highjack the jet. Gunfire fills the plane and bullets rip through the hull, Cassie’s only thought is to survive the explosion.

Captain Blaine Sterling’s last voyage on the Stargazer is more profitable than he ever imagined when the blue ocean depths surrender a beautiful woman! Once given the gift, Blaine refuses to let death take the girl. The first time their gazes touch they both know their future is sealed.

Together they face an adventure in love that takes them on a journey through the American wilderness of 1784. Cassie’s modern knowledge might protect Blaine’s thriving new settlement from the British allies, but can Blaine protect Cassie from the uncivilized frontier and the dangers lurking in every shadow.
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“Orchid’s Beach” by Teresa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha
http://www.geocities.com/writingroses/OrchidsBeach.html
Genre: Suspense
Release Date: August 2003
Publisher: Publish America, www.publishamerica.com
ISBN:1-4137-0277-5

Children books author, Sarah Letesney’s marriage plans to Collin Bitler unravel quickly after his sudden disappearance from their Florida beach home. She narrowly escapes death when extracted from her car minutes before the bomb detonates. Sarah is convinced that Collin is still alive when she finds the purple orchids and seashells with her name painted on them. Collin used to say, “I found my perfect seashell and her name is Sarah!”

Ron Kist, her boss, knows too much, including Collin’s impersonation of himself and Collin’s illicit business connections. Ron’s chilling cell phone message, “I will never stop looking for you!” is the catalyst that fuels Sarah’s venom and with limited choices left she lures Collin into her own web of womanly deceit.

Ron leaves nothing to chance, but fate deals a blow that Collin will never forgive! He leaves them with an extra nightmare…one they will never forget!

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“Behind the Front Door” by John Powell Riley,
www.JohnPowellRiley.com
Genre: Fiction
Release Date: August 2003
Publisher: PublishAmerica, www.PublishAmerica.com
ISBN 1-59286-470-8

This is a collection of 27 carefully crafted short stories — mostly true. I typically write very quickly, but edit endlessly for months. My life has been anything but dull. I draw on experiences in the South Pacific where I was an officer on the staff of an admiral. I’ve been a private pilot, single handed ocean cruising sailor, foreign commerce executive living in in Paris, Madrid, Geneva, Monte Carlo, and Cannes. Spent 31 years of my life travelling in over 70 countries. I’ve never been at a lo ss for inspiration when writing about fascinating and unique events in my life. A retired journalist friend friend says I write like Jack London, but my favorite authors are Maugham, De Maupassant, and James Herriot. The truth is I write like myself.

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“Torn Apart” by Fallon Lak,
fallon1@earthlink.net
Genre: Romantic / Suspense
Release Date: August 2003
Publish America, www.publishamerica.com
ISBN: 1-59286-850-9
On the verge of becoming a world-famous fashion model, Rebecca Stone falls in love with a handsome Italian Pilot. Against her parent’s will she follows her heart and decides to marry the persistence, mysterious man. The storybook marriage begins, and in time, her family accepts the groom, all except her mother, who maintains a virulent dislike toward him.

Then one night as Rebecca held tight to her unborn child she discovers the heart breaking truth, but it becomes even more devastating when months later she is to face the real facts about her husband.

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“Thorns In Eden” by Rita Gerlach
Genre: Historical Fiction (romance, adventure)
Release Date: August 2003
Publisher Publish America, www.publishamerica.com

Colonial born, but English bred, John Nash sought to build a new life in the Maryland frontier. In 1773 war is certain. So Nash decides to return to England to see his family and learns that a British officer he encountered one night in the Maryland backwoods has died.

Left orphaned is Rebecah, a young woman who has known little more than the solitude of an isolated manor. Longing for independence, Rebecah’s dreams of happiness seem unattainable, until the day she meets the courageous patriot and they fall in love.

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“The Everlasting Mountains” (the sequel to Thorns In Eden) by Rita Gerlach
Genre: Historical Fiction (romance, adventure)
Release Date: August 2003
Publisher: Publish America, www.publishamerica.com

Victim of an Indian attack in the spring of 1775, Rebecah and two other women are forced to journey into the wilderness.

Together they escape and begin the long trek home. In those harrowing days Rebecah faces starvation, wild animals, the birth of her daughter, and unpredictable nature. The agony of the journey forces her to go the final miles pursued by her capture.

Meanwhile, Nash and his men are in search of the women. Indians headed by the fierce warrior Angry Bear ambush Nash. Now he faces the challenge of surviving long enough to save his wife.

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“Pilgrims’ Moon” by Stacey S. Thompson,
www.StaceySThompson.com
Genre: Science Fiction
Release Date: July 2003
Publisher: PublishAmerica, www.publishamerica.com
ISBN: 1-59286-160-1

Scott Thorne expected the trip to Terranova on the space freighter Argo to pass quickly. Unfortunately, the Argo becomes lost in space with no hope of ever returning to Earth. Scott must locate a hospitable world to colonize before the ship’s power reserves are exhausted. With his own life and those of the other passengers hanging in the balance, Scott directs the Argo to the smaller world of an intriguing double planet system. At first the destination appears to be a wise choice — until the unprepared colonists land and discover what is waiting for them on the surface…

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“Challenge The Wind” by Debra Tash
Genre: Historical Fiction
Release Date: June 2003
Publisher: Amber Quill Press, www.amberquill.com

Matthew Smith seizes Sarah Lloyd and her family as prisoners on a clear autumn day. Leading a party of British deserters he now holds the family hostage north of Saratoga, New York. The Americans have just won a decisive battle, the turning point in their revolution, but Matthew’s turning point is yet to come. On another battlefield in Pennsylvania the Lloyd’s oldest son struggles to find meaning in this war while his twin sister remains trapped inside the British-occupied, rebel-capital of Philadelphia. The fate of each one of these people will be forged together that brutal winter of 1777.

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