Fifth  - Big List Of Free Kindle Books - Download Free @ Amazon

Fifth - Big List Of Free Kindle Books - Download Free @ Amazon

Found 13th Dec 2011
The Free Books Keep Comin' - Synopsis Included & Saint Morrissey !!!

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Action & Adventure

Rebel Saboteur
By: Bob Galen (ChiggerRanch Publishing, LLC)
Meet a cast of characters you'll not soon forget.

Jack Watson escaped the horrors of Camp Douglas in a wooden coffin . Blood- thirsty bounty hunters and the Union Army had reason to believe that Jack was very important to the Confederacy, When Jack returned home, Asia Davenport, a beautiful Confederate spy, had plans for her childhood friend...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Prophecy (Majicians' Journey)
By: David Scherer (Fourth Muse Books)
Mica, Kai, and Matthias find themselves at the epicenter of miracles, strange majick, and disaster. Everything they know and all they've come to love is destroyed as they fight to save the lives of their masters and friends. When the dark majick their enemies wield interferes with the spell designed to take them to safety, the trio are taken to another time...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Project Horizon
By: Alah Adams (Gully Multimedia, LLC)
Horus aka Hip Hop is a hip hop purist. He couldn't land a record deal because his music was too positive. That was until his little brother Sekhem invented Project Horizon. Project Horizon is an advanced digital program that manipulates the listener's mind into embracing whatever the artist is speaking about...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

A Hound Against Hawks and Wolves
By: Lee Reynoldson (Smashwords)
Conway is oathsworn to place young Govan on the throne of Dyfed. But with the kingdom swarming with Saxon sellswords, if the oath is to be anything more than mere words, then Conway's wits will have to work as hard as his sword arm.

An action packed, blood and thunder, Historical short story set in the hills and valleys of post Roman Wales...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

A Surprise for Centi - A book about Friendship
By: Sujatha Lalgudi (Armo Infomedia Pvt Ltd)
A surprise for Centi
Centi is a centipede with a hundred legs. She and her friends decide to learn skating one day and the fun begins. This is a humorous story of the problem faced by Centi while she learns to skate. Values of friendship, practice and the importance of having good friends are woven into the storyline...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Delusions of Grandeur--A Novel (Shattered Delusions)
By: Buck Winthrop (Captive Audience Books)
Reality and make-believe are blurred in this tale of obsession, revenge and murder.


One night in 1977, on the dance floor of the world famous Studio 54 nightclub, an aspiring young writer named Byron Hanolan falls in love with Alexandra Bass, one of America's top models...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Pitch: Pulp Life, East Coast and Revolution, stories based on TV show pitches
By: John McFetridge (Faux-Pas Press)
After working as a writer on the CBS/CTV cop drama, The Bridge, novelist John McFetridge (Dirty Sweet, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Let It Ride) began pitching his own ideas for TV shows to American and Canadian networks. The four stories in The Pitch are based on pilot scripts written for three of these potential series; Pulp Life, a comedy-noir half-hour cable series about a crime novelist helping an ex-con write his memoir - and commit crimes; East Coast, a network-style police procedural about narcotics cops on the Maine-New Brunswick border and; Revolution, a spy story set in Montreal in 1968 with a KGB agent as the hero.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Someone Saved My Life Tonight - A Justice Security Short Story
By: T. M. Bilderback
They're called the "grunts" - the uniformed officers of Justice Security. They don't have the cushy, highly publicized jobs held by the plainclothes members of the company - they're the people that appear in the background every day at banks, office buildings, and retail establishments, providing a secure environment for customers and workers...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Apocalypsia Part 1: The Calm Before the Storm
By: Jerry Veit (CreateSpace)
The first of a three part story taking place in a post apocalyptic world. The world stands divided as the survivors strive to scavenge and live by fighting demons and each other; however one must learn to trust the right people.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Maxwell's Demon
By: Carl Strode (Carl R. Strode)
I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce you to a friend of mine. Well, not actually a friend. More like an acquaintance.... Okay, I've never actually met him, but from what I have read, he is quite a character, and I'm sure that he'd consider me as a friend if given the chance...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

"Science Fiction in the Real World" revisited
an original collection a new decade's worth of Norman Spinrad's critical essays in "Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine"

Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Arts & Entertainment

Saint Morrissey
By: Mark Simpson
"All Saints should be presumed guilty until proved innocent."
- George Orwell

"I was born in Manchester's Central Library. In the crime section."
- Morrissey

There is no other contemporary artist who is so famously difficult, so seemingly enigmatic, and so passionately loved by his fans as Morrissey...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Dances of the World - A Picture book for Children
By: Sujatha Lalgudi (Armo Infomedia Pvt Ltd)
Sam and Sanah like dancing. There are so many dance forms to choose from and they just cannot decide.

This is a picture book that introduces children (Ages 3 - 6) to various dances. Be it the elegant Ballet or the intense flamenco or the cool street dancer moves,
the bright illustrations capture the reader's interest to learn more...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Feelings Poetry - A Book of Poems by Nandini Deka
By: Nandini Deka
Feelings Poetry - A Book of Poems by Nandini Deka

Some Verses...
Some Feelings...
Some Rare...
Some Unusual....

A Book of Poems by Fiction Writer & Musician Nandini Deka
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Punk Cookery, Vegetarian Guide to the Universe
By: Ian Finn
Smashingly solid vegetarian recipes combine with punk music ethos in Ian Finn's "Punk Cookery." A brilliant introduction sums up the author's punk music roots, lays the foundation for the peace-punk and do-it-yourself movements that follow, and places Punk Cookery in the timeline from 70s back-to-the-landers to modern farm-to-table cuisine...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Cambria, California: A Net Guides Travel Guide
By: Lance Snyde (Net Guides Press)
CAMBRIA, CALIFORNIA: A NET GUIDES TRAVEL GUIDE is essential reading for anyone thinking of traveling to Cambria, San Simeon, or Hearst Castle. It has been written especially for the e-reader market.

The character of Cambria is discussed, along with where to eat, shop, and sleep. Cambrian hotels, glass, wine, art, and furniture are considered...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Divine Dialogue - Illustrated
By: Howard F. Clarke
"Go the extra mile" might suggest a football team pep talk or a CEO exhorting his staff to be more productive, but it was originally a Biblical concept. The "extra mile" referred to the practice of Roman soldiers who, under military regulation and Roman law, could induce a Jewish citizen to carry the soldier's gear for up to one mile...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: David Lewry (His Will Publishing)
"Angst is the brutal and raw experience following a murderous social worker broken by loss, disillusionment, and breaks from reality; he walks the reader through his process of reckoning these two very different lives in an unforgettable and highly entertaining manner.
It is a refreshing and often disturbing look into the duality of man and the battle between good and evil in his heart...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Upon Release From Prison (Roll Call)
Sequel To Roll Call: Upon Release from Pelican Bay Prison, B.J struggles not to look back at the Criminal Justice System that tried to kill him. Inspired to help prisoners turn their lives around through art, he tries to work for the church. Running into judgment, the church doesn't tell the shelter he lives at he was volunteering his time helping orphans and B...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

SPREE KILLERS: (Going Postal) - Fort Hood Shooting, Luby Massacre, Standard Gravure Shooting And More.
By: R.J. Parker
This is an 11,000 word book dossiers on several Spree Killers in our history including;

* Rodrick Shonte Dantzler - Grand Rapids, Michigan
* Michael Kenneth McLendon - Geneva County Massacre
* Tim Kretschmer - The Winnenden School Shooting
* Nidal Malik Hasan - Fort Hood Shooting
* Joseph T...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Amazon Kindle Kindles a Fire of Creativity and Other Stories
By: Kalpanik S. (Center of Artificial Imagination, Inc.)

The latest edition of Kindle (tm) which is an hybrid eBook and entertainment device made by Amazon has become the coolest, most sort after high-tech Christmas gift for year after year. Most people look at Kindle (tm) as a device which had simplified reading books, listening to music and with Kindle Fire(tm), watching videos...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Squirrel Cage
By: Cindi Jones (Amazon)
Second Kindle Edition
Reformatted especially for Kindle

What happens when you hold a secret your whole life that can never be shared? What happens when your faith abandons you to pray your problem away? What happens when you destroy a complete generation of your family? This is the story of David, born into the Mormon faith who faces the insurmountable to become Cindi...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Far From Kind And Pretty is a work of creative non-fiction based on the last ten years of a young man's life: his days as an aspiring actor in Toronto, supporting his art by throwing after hours parties, moonlighting as a limo driver for a gangster in New York, time as a heartbroken junkie in Vancouver, to eviction from a California rehab centre on Christmas eve and finally, the return of the broken prodigal to a childhood home in Canada and an estranged mother battling with her own demons...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Danny Dunne (
This short book begins with the author growing up in Hidalgo, IL (Pop. 100.) It contains an account of his runaway Shetland pony whose fondest wish(apparently) was to return to Mustang Country. This is followed by the scandalous tale of how he (the author, not the pony) managed to not even make Tenderfoot as a Boy Scout (three years of Cub Scouting down the drain)...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Norman Spinrad
A experiment in writing a very different kind of autobiography, nothing like it every done before, as far as I know, in terms of form and style.

My (mostly creative)life from school through 2005--literary, musical, political--9/11 close-up, travels and adventures in Europe and Mexico, how I became a writer, etc...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Alcatraz: A Definitive History of the Penitentiary Years
By: Michael Esslinger
Now completely revised and updated! NOTE: This book contains graphic depictions of crime and prison violence.

ALCATRAZ - the name alone said it all... It was meant to send a shudder down the spines of the nation's most incorrigible criminals. It stripped Al Capone of his power. It tamed "Machine Gun" Kelly into a model of decorum...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Mirror Talk
By: Barbara Alfaro (Amazon)
A Catholic girlhood, New York theatre, marriage, and the healing power of humor are interwoven in Mirror Talk's lyrical and often witty reflections.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Why Doc Holliday Left Georgia
By: Gene Carlisle (Carl Isle Publishing Inc.)
NEVER BEFORE REVEALED !This book covers Doc's wild and explosive experiences (including with the KKK) before and after Tombstone. You will not be able to put it down until you've read it all !
Gene Carlisle spent over a decade at the University of Georgia archives and multiple local newspapers and libraries digging up these chapters in Doc's life ,before and after he went out west, which make Tombstone seem tame in comparison.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Girl in the Italian Bakery
By: Kenneth Tingle (Self)
Life didn't do Kenny Tingle any favors. In The Girl in the Italian Bakery, follow his journey from childhood in a tough housing project north of Boston, the abduction and disappearance of a childhood friend, to the complete destruction of a family. His introduction to crime and the years he spent in foster homes...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:33am

High Times & Rough Rides of a Bipolar Addict
By: Kerry Barger
If anyone who reads my life story can somehow prevent even a single child or teenager from repeating my mistakes and avoid unnecessary future suffering, then my struggles will not have been in vain. Imagine being arrested, handcuffed and locked behind the bars of a large, dark, cold jail. The next day you are forcibly dragged to a high-rise building and thrust into a 4'x 8' solid steel-walled cell...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Pitch That Is Near Madness: an interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet laureate Richard Eberhart
By: Dale Andrew White (Twin Rivers Press)
An excerpt from the Amazon Kindle collection "Encounters with Authors":

* "The Pitch That is Near Madness"
- An interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet lauerate Richard Eberhart about his approach to poetry, its influences and its importance.

* "Songs for the Dead"
- A bonus interview with African poet Kofi Awoonor
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

A California Pelican Bay Prison Story (Race Riot)
AS SEEN ON LOCK UP- A California Pelican Bay Prison Story-Volume 1
A penetrating look inside of one California's most dangerous prisons.
B.J, a drug dealer serving time, struggling to hold on to truth and his faith in God, takes the reader on a never before seen, inside look at a California level 4 prison...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Still Life With Brass Pole
By: Craig Machen
Craig is 16 when he returns from a drug-fueled visit with his dad in Miami to find his mom leaving town with her 23 year-old boyfriend. In the same moment, his dreams of settling down with his pregnant girlfriend are dashed when she is moved off to Texas by her parents. Left alone in small town Oklahoma, he embarks on a deranged, cross-country quest for a family of his own...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Business & Finance

Hospitality Ethics: Ethical Codes and Principles for Hotels, Motels, Resorts, and other Lodging
By: Lance Snyde (Net Guides Press)
Hospitality Ethics is a sub-field of Business Ethics that deals with the ethics of offering hospitality in a commercial setting. This work provides a short introduction to some relevant issues in Hospitality Ethics and related fields of Business Ethics. The focus is on developing codes of ethics. There is also some attention paid to the philosophical basis for proper codes...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Quick Easy Ways to Build a Profitable Opt In List
By: Vincent O'Hare
So you always wanted to start a newsletter list for your website but don't understand how to actually do it. In this EBook I will show you how to start an opt-in email newsletter list and teach you the terms you need to know.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

If you are determined to succeed in business, you must read Dr. Maxwell Pinto's Management: Flirting with Disaster. It provides a comprehensive roadmap that will empower executives and enable you to reach your objectives without stepping on any landmines.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

EUR/GBP in a Nutshell: A Simple Guide on How to Trade the EUR/GBP in the Forex Market
By: Elena Sanchez
Over the years I spent studying Forex I read many books and have spoken to many traders from around the world and I noticed something. We all suffered from "information overload" at one time or another. So I designed this strategy guide specifically for people who already familiar with Forex but are still looking for a clear-cut strategy without all the noise...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Famous economist and Stanford University Fellow, Antony Sutton, examines the historical alliances between Wall Street, America's Corporate Titans and the economic development of the U.S.S.R.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Breaking Into Television. A roadmap for getting yourself on TV with your product or expertise
By: Shannon Atkinson
Do you have any idea how much money people spend on getting their product or expertise on TV? Media agencies charge their clients thousands of dollars just for the chance to talk to contacts in the media who may help promote them in front of an audience as large as the daily news media or 24 hour cable channels...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Leadership and Ethics: Major Ingredients of the Business Recipe A Guide to Leadership, Ethics, Teamwork and Motivation in the 21st Century
By: Dr. Maxwell S. Pinto
Dr. Maxwell S. Pinto is an established business consultant and author, with an honors degree in Economics from the University of Leeds, England and a Ph.D in Business Administration, from Pacific Southern University, California, USA. He is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (England and Wales) and a Life Member of the Institute of Professional Managers and Administrators (UK)...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Asokan Ponnusamy
This book tells you everything you want and need to know about Search Engine Optimization and how to drive profits from SEO usage.This book is written in language any business person can grasp.

This information is not just for internet techies, webmasters, web architects, or web developers...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Management: Tidbits for the New Millennium
If you are determined to succeed in business, try reading Dr. Maxwell Pinto's Management: Tidbits for the New Millennium. It provides a comprehensive roadmap that will empower business executives and enable them to unleash their hidden potential, while fostering an ethical and caring approach within their teams and ensuring business continuity...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

How and Why Wall Street Helped the Nazis.
By: A. Sutton
Famous economist and Stanford University Fellow, Antony Sutton, examines the historical alliances between Wall Street and the Nazis.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Cash Free Way to Increase Your Cash Flow
By: WT Paige
Have you always wanted to start your own business, or earn more income, but you just never seem to know where to start? Were you always afraid of investing your own money into something that just may never profit? Have you been searching for those magical how to get rich books such as the Wealthy Barber or Boom, Bust & Echo?

I will show you how to not only create your own business, but more importantly without having to invest any money...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

My views on Issues in New Zealand 2007-2008
By: S. Natarajan (AB Publishing House)
Author's views for issues raised by Newspapers in Your Views column. New Zealand Herald, The Australian and New York Times.
How safe is cycling? Opening up the Onehunga railway line Did Bollard make the right decision?
On extending daylight savings -The end of the Air NZ free bikkies -On NCEA -Should the corrections department be scrapped? -Bush decision on Iraq -How good is airline security? -Warne, McGrath retiring
John Key?s plans for unemployed -Burton Case and parole -The femme blue line -Have drugs been wrongly demonised? -IRB look at creating new rugby tournament -Black cap?s performance against Sri Lanka
Naming and shaming tenants -Should you wear ties? -The scary predictions about climate change
Cricket Vettori poised to spin record -On US student shooting
Should there be roadside drug-driving tests?
Why are children getting fratter?
Climate change set to erode house values
Super 14
The new new Zealand
More on renting and owning a house
The economy and house
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Children's eBooks

The Day The Sub Came
By: Carol Gilbert (Porterlance Books)
What happens when Mrs. Fritz's class gets a substitute teacher for the day? You just never know what to expect of a substitute teacher. Sometimes they're really strict and yell a lot and look really angry. Sometimes they don't know where anything is or how to say our names and we think they're stupid...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Snowy White World to Save
By: Stephanie Lisa Tara (Wee Words LLC)
It's a headline we have all seen: Global warming is melting the Arctic. Once the Arctic sea ice has vanished, the majestic polar bear, a magnificent creature who needs the sea ice to survive will vanish, too. The ice is home to the bears, as well as to their primary food source, the ringed seal...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Hide and go Shriek
By: David Clatworthy
Jesse Paxton wakens at 03:27 every morning. The distant, tortured howling makes his skin crawl. What could possibly be in such agony? And could it really be coming from the Asylum - an old haunted house don't the road? Jesse and his friends decide to investigate, but when his puppies disappear and a note written in blood says "Stay away or die!", the mystery deepens...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Charlie Rabbit - Train to Funtown Park (Charlie Rabbit's Adventures)
By: Ian Davies
A short story ideal as a bedtime story with a happy ending as always with Charlie Rabbit!
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Qi (Book of the Baba Yaga)
By: Elizabeth A. Svigar
Thirteen-year-old uber-archer Samantha is thrilled to qualify for Xenith, the most prestigious -- and mysterious -- Olympic training facility in the world. Much more than an athletic camp, it's a fantasyland where living dolls and the Baba Yaga abound. Plus there's Dr. Nine, a master alchemist whose magical laboratory is very well guarded indeed...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The King's First Journey (The Areane Journals)
By: Launa Sorensen
"Deception, illusion, and wits. Who can out-maneuver the other?"

When a false murder charge sends Jim Taylor and his family fleeing from an enraged mob, they find themselves entrenched in a new world. Areane is a land of myth, infused with magic and creatures of legend, but it quickly proves to be as dangerous as it is strange...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Mike Logan vs. The Crosstown Horde
By: Jim Maher (Mahervolous Books)
Mike Logan and the Heroes have won the city championship four years running, but their luck is about to change. Their dreaded rivals, the Crosstown Horde, have taken cheating to a whole new level. It's more than just the Cup the Heroes will be fighting for this season!
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Lil Glimmer
By: Angela Muse
Writing is about imagination and expression and I was delighted at the idea of bringing Lil Glimmer to life . This is a story about patience and sharing and I've certainly learned to do both better after entering the world of parenthood. Don't be afraid to reach for the stars and if you come up short - get a ladder and keep trying! Angela Muse is mother of two residing in Acworth, Georgia with her husband...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Blue Moon Rising
By: Lillian Francken (Amazon)
This story starts off slow-paced like the community in which it is set in. Dan Harter, the local sheriff, is a widower raising a teenage daughter on his own while trying to keep the towns' single women at bay. As sheriff, his major task is fielding calls about a marauding herd of razorbacks that have been bothering a local farmer...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Funniest 26 Letters You Will Ever Learn
By: Nicholas Dixon (Oceanroc Web Publishing)
This is probably the funniest alphabet you'll ever see! Each of the letters has a fun, whimsical design to go with it. Fun and amusement for children and children at heart
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Little Library Mouse
By: Stephanie Lisa Tara (Wee Words LLC)
At closing time a key locks the library, and unlocks the dreams of a little mouse who waits in the shadows. Skipping, sliding, down the pages of books--he steps inside magical stories, inviting readers to come along for the ride.

"What do a mouse, a trapeze and a library have in common? The answer lies within the pages of the Little Library Mouse, by Stephanie Lisa Tara...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Nikolas Sander and The Leviathan's Whisper - Part 1
By: Conrad Milton Powell (First World Publishing)
A Thirteen Year-Old boy discovers a secret about the crucifix statue in his local church. He discovers that he and his acquired mystical powers are part of a destiny to change the course of mankind and prevent an evil overthrow of God's Kingdom.

Adam and Eve weren't the only original created humans...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Hockey Player For Life
By: Howard Shapiro
Hockey Player For Life is a story about a 13 year old can't miss hockey player who misses. The story deals with his rising up after falling down and the subsequent mistakes he makes. The main character, Tom, is his hockey team's best player and he gets invited to be on a all star team in Canada and he thinks this is the beginning of his march to the NHL...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Middle Land: The Quest Begins
By: Donald K Thompson
Mystery! Adventure! Three courageous, young sisters face the worst fears they can imagine by daring to cross Eerie Creek into Middle Land. None had been known to enter that dark world before.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Bilbo's Adventures: A Christmas Wish
By: Peter John Lucking (Real Magic Design llc)
From the 2011 INDIE EXCELLENCE Award winning team, comes a new series of books from Bilbo's Adventures. Tales of the adventures of Bilbo, Santa's little teddy bear.

Back at the castle at the top of the world,
More presents were being wrapped and the candy swirled.
The elves were excited and ready to cheer,
They had just said goodbye to the last reindeer...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Separate Countries: A Screenplay
By: Violet Wilson
How do you forge a future when the ghosts of your past come to life?

As a child, Sarah had dreams about an imaginary friend, Cory, a boy a few years older than her. He was like a big brother, showing her tiny villages and castles that he built out of twigs and pebbles. Now in her twenties, after being away for years, she has come back to visit her parents in Kentucky, to introduce them to her fianc?Andy...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Persona (Staying Alive Series #1)
By: Amy lunderman
Moira Warner never had an easy life, of course yours wouldn't be either if you grew up in a lab. It's the year 2028, and an experiment that went wrong seventeen years ago sent a once thriving Country into lock down. Half of the populous in the world are genetic mutations now, while the other half lives in fear of them...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

What is that? An Illustrated Animal Children's Book (Learn the Alphabet)
By: Adam Brandt
- Full color kindle picture book.
- Illustrated animals in alphabetical order.
- "What is that?" image items are touch-sensitive to promote engagement.
- Excellent teaching tool for parents.

- Check out the sample!
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Kathryn Black and the Theban Curse
By: G P Warren (G P Warren)
It was on that fateful day at the British Museum with her guardian, Agnes Westbrook, that Kate first became aware of Pharaoh Nakhtifi. A Pharaoh that didn't exist according to the academics, but a Pharaoh that at this very moment was the sole reason why she was about to encounter 3000 year old soldiers, at the bottom of an ancient tomb, in modern day Luxor...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

A Larger Universe
By: James Gillaspy
The broadcast interview of a young computer prodigy attracts the attention of aliens aboard an interstellar trading ship. The kidnapping of Tommy (and his cat) begins an adventure among the stars, a coming of age story entangled with computers, faster-than-light travel, a dying civilization, and an ancient evil...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Is There Love After Abuse? The Story of Kobe
By: Lori Susewitt
Is There Love After Abuse? The Story of Kobe is the story of an abused dog that doesn't believe in love or kindness, and eventually runs away from the abusive home she lives in...

Be sure to check out these other great Porterlance Books:

A Stranger At Christmas by James McCullough
One Stormy Day by James McCullough
Kittie & Friends: The Happy Family
Kittie & Friends: The King of Pops
The Day The Sub Came by Carol Gilbert
Lil Glimmer by Angela Muse
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Silly Adventures of Shloppy the Plop & Edmund the Cat, Book 1
By: Ivana Hruba
Shloppy is a plop. Edmund is a cat. Shloppy and Edmund are best friends. Shloppy likes to sing and Edmund likes to eat. Shloppy and Edmund spend a lot of time together doing funny things. They go fishing. They climb trees. They jump over houses. Sometimes they go exploring in the forest. Best of all, they like to skate and learn new tricks, and show them here, in this seriously cute cartoon series for seriously cute but still extremely cool kids...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Beloved Oxford
By: Phuong Khanh Duong Thuy
There are very few Vietnamese novels that have ever been translated into English. This beautiful romance novel, however, is so charming that it deserves to be made available for English speaking people all around the world. It is a best-seller in its original Vietnamese language, and it has been enjoyed by both the young Vietnamese readers for whom it was intended, and by their parents...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Dusk Gate: Seeds of Discovery (Dusk Gate Chronicles)
By: Breeana Puttroff (Musefish Press)
Quinn Robbins' life is everything she thinks a teenager's should be. She has good friends, a family that she loves, good grades, and an after-school job she enjoys. And, she's just been asked out by Zander Cunningham, a popular football player and great guy. But one day when driving home after picking up her little sister from the baby-sitter's, she nearly hits a boy who, after running blindly into the street, mysteriously disappears...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Seduction - A Legacy of Kilkenny Novelette (The Legacy Series)
By: Devyn Dawson
Allie Casey has left Oklahoma, leaving behind her personal journal. Abel finds his sister's journal an intimate insight to Arien's seduction of his sister Allie. In her own words, Allie describes what it was like to meet a vampire and her unknown addiction of vampire venom. Her poetry is both dark and gut wrenching; yet it is raw and beautiful...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Four Little Pigs (Fishy Tales)
By: Anastasya Shepherd (Anastasya Shepherd)
A cautionary tale about the sad consequences of little pigs being ill-prepared for real-world encounters with Big Bad Wolves. A shocking revelation about the fourth little pig, who has been previously concealed from the public eye. And - of course - a reasonably happy end.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

I'll Follow the Moon (Mom's Choice Award Honoree and Chocolate Lily Award Winner)
By: Stephanie Lisa Tara (Wee Words LLC)
On a quiet moonlit beach, a baby green sea turtle stirs from a dream of home. Slowly, slowly with a tap, click, crack, the baby turtle embarks upon a mysterious nighttime journey. Gentle tender verse and enchanting illustrations carry this tranquil tale from sand to sea. Winner of the prestigious Chocolate Lily Award and the Mom's Choice Award, first-time author Stephanie Lisa Tara and Canadian illustrator Lee Edward F??have teamed up to create a lyrical rendition of a green sea turtle's first glimpse of life...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Treasure Lost
By: R.G. Cordiner
What do you treasure and how far would you go to find it?

Peter and Farren are two brothers who think adventure is sneaking into a pub or going rabbit hunting. Little do they know! Soon the youths are on a whirlwind trip of betrayal, daggers, self-discovery and a giant reticulated python!

Somehow they have to find a way to stop fighting with each other, avoid a sadistic Navy Admiral and a mysterious cloaked pirate captain, whilst remembering to tap the biscuits on the side of the ship - maggots are never good for breakfast!

"If you came for treasure it lies within,
if you did not, what you treasure lies beyond your grasp...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Eliza's Forever Trees (Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal Winner, October 2011)
By: Stephanie Lisa Tara (Stephanie Lisa Tara)


Where has mother gone? Mothers don't leave. Mothers stay, forever.

Mothers are like redwood trees, those special forever trees that grow hundreds of feet high and live for thousands of years...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Peter And The Dead Men (Story #1) (Peter And The Monsters)
By: Darren Pillsbury
The first book in the Young Adult horror series, PETER AND THE MONSTERS!

When ten-year-old Peter moves into his grandfather's creepy old mansion, bad, baaaaad things start to happen.

Like finding a dead man in the garden patch.

Who's still alive.

With the help of the troublemaking kid next door, Peter journeys deep into the woods to discover the secret horror that has plagued his family for centuries...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Sancho and Panza (the little culprit)
By: Bindu Jacob
Panza is a monkey, who living with his close friend Sancho and his parents; Mr. & Mrs. Pious. Panza is intelligent like his Bose, Sancho. Sancho is the single child of his parents, but they considered the little monkey like their own son and always put him in charge of their son's safety too. Panza leads Sancho into trouble...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Fefe: The Curious Pup! (How Fefe Met Beth.)
By: Montice L. Harmon (BossWriterPublishing?2011)
This edition of Fefe: The curious pup, is the beginning of Fefe's journey to finding a family and a little girl by the name of Beth, finding a friend to call her own, all before Christmas. Beth's mother, Darlene, insisted on getting her a pet for Christmas to keep her company, that way she wouldn't feel alone...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Lily, Unleashed (The Case Files Of Lily and PAWS)
By: Douglas Cobb (Douglas R. Cobb)
Lily is not your usual terrier. In fact, she's not a terrier at all. She's a pterodactyl who has the power (among others) of clouding peoples' minds. Join Liy, her "owner" thirteen-year-old Celeste, and the other members of PAWS (Private Army of Warrior Sleuths), Fuzzy Wally MacGee (a Chinese Crested/rhino), Lucy Marmoset Higgins (a Great Dane/orangutan), and Prince Alphonse Saed (a miniature dachsund/Mountain Lion) as they fight crime wherever they encounter it, Read their humorous and exciting adventures as they battle against the criminal organization, the Scarlet SNURFLES, headed by the scarlet Macaw, Frankie Sinister...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Comics & Graphic Novels

By: Hard Yamen (Japamanga by STREN CO.,LTD.)
This version include Episode.1& Episode.2

Japanese Monty Python? Nonsense MANGA[SUPPE MANGA]!!

Go, Suppe the Pretty Dumb Warrior!
This comic is a martial arts comedy in which the hero
and his rival race keep in nonsense battles against each other for over 300 years.
Absurdity, Surreal or Real? ...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Light of Day (Legacy of Light)
By: Nara Walker
Once Upon a time a war began between darkness and light, the soldiers in this were angels and demons. In the last great battle between the two, the balanced changed forever. For the first time the Dark Empire won, resulting in complete devastation for the Angel Kingdoms. As a last resort the chiavo was used to seal off the Empire of light, and the demons have been seeking a way in ever since...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Best Japanese Fairy Tales - Legends & Mythology From The Far East
By: Nicholas Dixon (Oceanroc Web Publishing)
These tales and legends have been collected from many sources. Some of them have been selected from the Ko-ji-ki, or Record of Ancient Matters, which contains the mythology of Japan.

Many are told from memory, being relics of childish days, originally heard from the lips of a school-fellow or a nurse...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Super-Mystery Comics v03 003
By: Super-Mystery Comics….0/
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Computers & Internet

SharePoint 2010 Basic Elements - I (SharePoint 2010 JumpStart)
By: Vishal Gupta
SharePoint 2010 contains various basic elements, to provide the functionality of CMS, DMS & RMS. This chapter appraises the users about the basic elements like document library, list library, picture library, Blogs, Wikis, Polls, Survey, Creation, usage and limitations pertaining to these basic elements...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Project Plan Tasks for Business and Quality Analysts
By: Teresa Bennett
Are you finding that you never seem to have enough time ona project to compete all of your tasks in the time frame allowed? Are you a new business or quality analyst and you're not sure what tasks you should be completing for your projects?

This book has a list and descriptions of over 35 tasks that should be included in project plans for business and quality analysts...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

MySQL Starter Kit (Starter Kits)
By: Paxman Hatch
Whether you are seeking a job or a learning to do it yourself this thirteen page, example packed tutorial on beginning MySQL is sure to help. This guide provides all you need to know to get started making databases with MySQL today. Simple, to the point, and offered at a very reasonable price.

Things you will learn:

Logging In
Display Current Databases
Create a New Database
Select a Database to Use
Create a Table to Store Data
Show Tables in a Database
Insert Data into a Table
Select Data in the Table to View
Load Data from a Text File into a Table
Truncating or Deleting Data in a Table
Dropping or Deleting a Table or a Database
Creating Users and Defining Privileges
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Tag Lines: Bumperstickers for your e-mail
By: Mike Muth (Mike's Books)
88 pages of one-line mayhem from the author of _I Eat Vegetarians_. Tag lines are those parting shots people place at the bottom of their e-mail, blogs, comments, and other electronic missives. They are sometimes funny, sometimes deep, and often bizarre.
This compendium offers thousands for your use - and your reading pleasure...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Crime, Thrillers & Mystery

Seattle On Ice (A Brick Ransom Adventure)
By: Mike Attebery (Cryptic Bindings)
Like the secret love child of Dirty Harry and Martha Stewart, Brick Ransom is a rookie cop with a taste for fine dining and zero patience for slovenly deadbeats and criminal scum.

In the middle of a rare Northwest blizzard, Brick is forced to cut his dinner short in order to protect three key witnesses - a bookkeeper, a stripper, and a deadly assassin - all of whom are set to testify against Seattle crime boss Frank Mason the next morning...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The White Rabbit Conspiracy
By: Richard Bradley
The White Rabbit Conspiracy is a story of spies, drug dealers, killers, and assassins. Set on Florida's west coast, it is the story of Reid Thompson, America's last low-tech spy. He is the consummate intelligence agent; arrogant, cynical and dead sure of his craft. Yet he could be the poster child for Bipolar Disorder...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Critical Mass
By: Susan Howard (Total180 Press)
A decades-long kidnapping spree has terrorized the nation and confounded law enforcement. With no trace of the victims and no leads, outlandish conspiracy theories emerge. For investigative journalist Morgan Wallace, breaking the case would represent the crowning achievement in a long and successful career...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Healer (Gethis: History of a Planet)
By: TylerRose
She rained down from the sky in a crashing pod, a child with no memory. Found by the Thackeray family and named Raine, she grew up knowing love and family...and an insatiable need to travel the stars and help people.

Solit II had requested the magic of her hands to help them survive an unknown illness...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Fall: An Undead Apocalypse (The Rift Book I)
By: Robert J. Duperre (TRO Publishing)
"Nowhere is safe. Not anymore."


An ancient evil, trapped in the ruins of a lost Mayan temple for centuries, has been unleashed. It takes the form of a deadly virus that causes violent insanity in the living and the recently departed to rise and walk. The blight spreads around the globe, throwing the world into chaos and war...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Ellroy Deflection
By: D. K. Thomas
Detective Bates is undercover, tasked with infiltrating a criminal syndicate with a view to reaching the infamously anonymous mastermind that heads it. Knowledge of his assignment is limited to his Chief Inspector and another Detective, Palahniuk, a divorced and disgruntled veteran, who is finding his workload demanding enough with a serial killer to catch and leads being thin on the ground...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Illegally Dead
By: Gregg E. Brickman
Tony Conte, ex-Special Forces medic and martial arts expert turned nurse, is stretched to his limit when the legal and medical professions' traditional combat zone turns deadly. He has two passions in life, his family and his career, and both are threatened. Faced with a mountain of charges and counter charges, Tony plunges into the fray...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: C. S. Lakin
A happily married man with three small children decides one day he no longer wants to live. He gives himself leukemia and nine months later is dead.

This is the conundrum Lisa Sitteroff is determined to solve regarding her dead father-the tale her mother, Ruth, told Lisa and her two brothers, Rafferty and Neal, throughout their childhood...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Matthew Leeth
Someone is waiting... someone is watching... and on Halloween night... that person will show themselves.

In this short story: Carol is getting letters from someone, she doesn't know who it is. A letter covered in blood. She laughs it off as just a Halloween prank. Then, she gets the letter with the picture inside...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Viper's Den - A Mahu Short Story
By: Red and Catherine Rahm
Meet Master Mahu, ancient Egypt's answer to Brother Cadfael. Protected by his role as slave to the sinister royal physician, he investigates mysteries in the years just prior to the reign of King Thut. Our hero uses a combination of intuition and rudimentary forensic evidence to solve the puzzle of a local theft while he stimulates his own thought process or intimidates his suspects with the tool of a tarot deck...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The New Goodbye (El Adi?s Nuevo)
By: Neil George Ayres
Alex Mooney hasn't seen his friend Mila since she disappeared twelve years ago. Now she's turned up on his doorstep looking for a place to stay. Both of them know Alex's wife and brother-in-law won't be as happy as he is to see Mila.

A quiet and introverted man, Alex's life is a world away from Balkan gun-running and Mexican drug dealers, but these appear to be the reasons for Mila's return...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Chris Robertson
UNEARTHED is about a small isolated farming community during the 18th century that discovers an ancient chamber buried near their farmland. Within the chamber they find a demonic stone statue with a large erect phallus, seated upon a throne. During the nights that follow, the statue comes to life, and the wives of the farmers become entranced while being drawn to visit the chamber for sexual gratification...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Hibernaculum (Lexington Avenue Express)
By: Jess Butcher (Butcher Ink)
The Hibernaculum (Lexington Avenue Express - Short Fiction)

Cruel illness had taken Albert's wife that first year, the year they had purchased their dream; just west of the main Houston ship channel, three slips, one covered dry-dock, and a small workshop tucked beneath a modest elevated cottage...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Deadly Acts
By: H.L. Banks
A killer who possesses a plotting, malevolent mind lurks behind the scenes of a small Repertory Theatre. Frightened cast and crew members busy themselves throwing around lethal innuendos, venomous rumours and suspicious glances.

The Murder Squad team called into action and the two lead investigators, Kate and Roger, find themselves sucked into a web of intrigue, scandals, and gossip that raises more questions than answers...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Abuse of Discretion (Tessa Riley Mysteries)
By: Tammy Cravit (Words of Wonder)
Child Protective Services social worker Tessa Riley has a lot on her plate. She's responsible for the safety and welfare of Purisima County's most vulnerable citizens.

At the same time, her own life is full of a chaos disturbingly similar to so many of her clients: Tessa's daughter is losing her battle with addiction and poverty, and Tessa's raising her grandchildren...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Judgment: Jury Series, Book 1 (The Jury Series)
By: Lee Goldberg (Adventures in Television)
This is AN ALL-NEW EDITION, completely revised and reformatted for 2011...

JUDGMENT is the classic action/adventure novel that was a runaway paperback sensation in the 1980s...and that skyrocked the career of Lee Goldberg, best-selling author of THE WALK, the MR. MONK novels, and THE DEAD MAN...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

I, Daniel Walter, 18 -year- old senior year student of a high school in Scottsdale, killed Mr. James England, my dad. He deserved it, the irresponsible idiot.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Barren Endeavour
By: D K Thomas
"When you can't run away from your secrets, sometimes the only other choice is to run after them"

In the midst of the Great Depression, a man travels east whilst the desperate many travel west in search of the elusive employment that the Promised Land could bring. It is 1934 and Jack Gray, family man and farmer from Nebraska, has embarked upon a compelling trek across the states with New York City being his destination...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Body and the Blood (John Jordan Mysteries)
By: Michael Lister (Pulpwood Press)
It's known as the Protective Management Unit. It's a closed society within a closed society, housing Florida state inmates who wouldn't survive in open population at Potter Correctional Institution. In it, John Jordan witnesses the most baffling crime of his career-a seemingly impossible murder he would swear could not have happened had he not seen it with his own eyes...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

This Little Piggy Belongs to the Devil
By: Vincent A. Palazzo
Colin and Connor's grandfather could not make it to their funeral. Breakdowns come with a price. After his release from the Happy Hotel for Naked Old Men he worked hard at healing, at facing the terrible loss he and his family suffered. At moving on. That was the goal. Head doctors always have goals and Grandpa was doing well...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Hand of Christ (A Sterling Novel)
By: Joseph Nagle (Wordclay)
A document bearing the hand print of Christ is stolen. Another is discovered. Middle East peace talks at the Umayyad Mosque in Syria are attacked and CIA Officer Dr. Michael Sterling is caught in the middle. Along with the ambassadors of each nation in attendance, a Syrian agent is fatally wounded but, before dying, passes shocking intelligence to Michael - intelligence that outlines the planned assassinations of the Ayatollah of Iran and of the Pope and more: the intelligence outlines the history of an esoteric organization that traces their lineage to the truth of the Crucifixion - to Christ himself...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Privateer Clause (Marsha & Danny Jones Thriller)
By: Ken Rossignol (Huggins Point Publishing)
My wife just shot our waiter between the eyes when he came in with breakfast! But, he had it coming to him as he had a gun on the tray and was going to give us Eggs Benedict with a Glock! Join Marsha and I as we work really hard to protect the Sea Empress and her passengers from threats from every direction...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Coogan Curse
By: Larry Long (ClemAdele)
A successful young prosecutor visits his hometown wanting only to settle his late parents' estate and hurry back to the fast lane in Chicago. Instead he walks straight into a love affair and a murder rampage. Certain he cannot trust his new-love's safety to the locals, he postpones his departure and tries to ferret out the marauder and help bring him, or it, to justice.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Herpel Holler Homecoming (Norma Jean's Mysteries)
By: Jo Ann Snapp
After a career of many years in the east, Norma Jean Clark returns to take over the old home place in Herpel, Arkansas expecting to find peace and quiet. Second day home she is met with a land dispute that leads into a personal mystery. What really happened to her mom? Did her dad hold secrets to his dying day? She heads down a pathway to find the truth...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Without A Spark
By: George Berger (The Usual Suspects Publishing Co. Ltd. GmbH)
Small towns sometimes hold the biggest secrets.

Kevin should know; attending college in sleepy little Mud River, he's got plenty of secrets of his own. None of them, however, can explain why he and his co-ed roommate are being framed for ecoterrorism. Untangling that mystery would probably be easy, if his personal, professional, and love lives didn't keep getting in the way...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Missionary
By: Eric Mayes
After several tours in Vietnam, Lieutenant Jason Harper returns to San Francisco to face the hardest case of his career, chasing the infamous, "Hatchet Killer". It is not a day that goes by that Detective Harper does not feel guilty about the untimely death of his wife. As he fills the position of his successor Chris Holmes, Jason Harper struggles to clean up the police department's internal issues...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Shut Mouth Society
By: James D. Best (Queenbeach)
When a rich Santa Barbara collector acquires a newly discovered Abraham Lincoln document, he asks detective Greg Evarts and UCLA professor Patricia Baldwin to authenticate it. Their research launches them into a dangerous struggle with a secret society formed during Reconstruction. Before they can solve the mystery surrounding the Lincoln manuscript, a shocking murder forces them to run for their lives...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Eagle Dreaming
By: Marilyn Micheli
Tony Paolo was finally at a place in his life of contentment. He had everything he wanted: the piano-bar lounge/restaurant in Fort Lee, New Jersey, his small plane that he loved to fly and a carefree life. He was a bachelor and preferred his noncommittal lifestyle. At least he thought he had it all until he received a fateful phone call that was to change his life forever...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Rob Dames
A dark, comic, naughty tale of Hollywood. Mike Lynch is losing his career and his trophy wife. The result is a descent into madness that causes Mike to break all the rules of Hollywood. The result? Well, this IS Hollywood.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Black Day
By: Jeff Wood
America watches in horror as its innocent citizens are being slaughtered
by a terrorist organization that slips back to Canada after each attack.
Now they must fight back, with help from their Canadian counterparts as
the terrorism escalates.
If only they knew that their upper echelon is responsible, and will stop at
nothing to cover their involvement.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

I Ape
By: Flash Rex
A 911 hang-up. A dead body on the kitchen floor. A noise from the garage. No time to wait for backup. Officer Jack Fillion kicks in the door and discovers a remarkable creature, an intelligent ape able to communicate with humans through modern technology. An animal that is frighteningly close to being human...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Hunt for the Tree of Life (Book One)
By: Arthur Zulu (ArthurBookHouse)
America and China are in a breathtaking hunt for the lost Biblical tree of life to make an elixir. That is where the next world superpower struggle begins and ends. But the clue to the discovery is knowing the meaning of a mysterious poem. While America travels to Turkey, China heads to Tahiti. Yet, where is the tree and who finds it first?

"The Hunt for the Tree of Life" is a 264-page mystery novel, the first in a long series...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Eleven Eleven - The Illumination
By: K. Scott Bell (NineBall Publishing)
Eleven Eleven - The Illumination is a tech-thriller set in the developing transition when machine intelligence begins to rival the human brain. A tremor to the foundational twin spires of spirituality and evolution, the process foreshadows dramatic change for humanity, from corridors of power to the masses struggling in a world of ever larger and seemingly insurmountable challenges...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The History Thief: Ten Days Lost (A Sterling Novel)
By: Joseph Nagle
In JS Nagle's freshman debut and acclaimed thriller, The Hand of Christ, CIA Officer, Dr. Michael Sterling dealt a severe blow to the Order: an organization whose charter for centuries has been to infiltrate governments and corporations with pawns that they control. Fractured but not broken, three years have passed, and the Order is back with a new plan: a plan that has the White House in their crosshairs...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Inflatable Men
By: Amy Ivan (Amy Ivan)
New York City - Fashion capital of America and home to the once prestigious House of Rivaldi. The struggle to rebuild itself after bad publicity and faulty collections becomes a game of who's playing whom in the racy world of high fashion, high stakes, and unrequited love . . .

Perceptive, inspired, an up-and-coming designer, Celia Hephner is determined to turn Rivaldi around...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Mama Told Me Not To Come - A Justice Security Novel
By: T. M. Bilderback
Joey Justice, Misty Wilhite, Dexter Beck, and Percival "King Louie" Washington. Four people - friends and partners since college - that control the biggest security company in the city...Justice Security.

Inspired by the hit song made famous by Three Dog Night, this story introduces the adventures of a not-quite-by-the-book security company...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

I Can't Go Home Because of the Ghosts: Mom and Dad Said So
By: Kathy Mann (
Casey, her mom and her dad moved many times during the course of her young life. It did not matter where they moved, Casey's parents were followed and haunted by ghosts. This suspenseful and thrilling short story is about a family being haunted and a child being forced to move out at 18 because of it...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Storm Warning
By: Ceno Frigerio
"Storm Warning" is a taut political/military suspense action thriller that focuses on the perfection of the newest military defense weapon of the 21st century....'Weather'
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Harper Alexander
Forsaken. Condemned. Destined. Scandalously accused of murder in his hometown, Godren is compelled to flee for his innocent life, only to take up crime for survival on the streets. He knew he would have to adapt - but he never meant to adapt so well. Too late, he learns he has woven a reputation into the interests of corrupt professionals - namely Mastodon, the crime queen of the city...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Tuesday's Child (The Autobiography of Heaven and Earth)
By: R. Earle Harris
The Autobiography of Heaven and Earth.
Part One - Tuesday's Child - Full of Grace.

So much in one day. A tree halfdead. Coffee. A runaway girl in my car.
The man I'm supposed to put on a plane to Houston isn't there. Only a
crate of white powder and sawdust. And a bloody jawbone...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

If You Could Read My Mind - A Nicholas Turner Novel
By: T. M. Bilderback
Nicholas Turner was the youngest detective on the city's police force twelve years ago. His life fell apart after the miscarriage of his unborn child and the death of his wife. Uncontrolled drinking and a violent experience on the police force contributed to his life hitting rock bottom.

Now, with the help of his best friend, FBI agent Marcus Moore, Nicholas is a successful private investigator, specializing in cases involving children...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Legend of Cagney, BOOK I
By: Alah Adams (Gully Multimedia, LLC)
Cagney is the master of disguise. No one knows her true identity except for one person, her little sister Tamika. Cagney is a assassin, but that's not all she is. When Cagney is not taking contracts she is busy being a NYPD Police officer. There are four women that all hang together and they're all Police officers...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Along the River Road
By: Isaac Morris
Margaret Donovan, a former deputy sheriff and now a sister of the Dominican Order, encounters the horror unleashed on some of her parishioners stemming from abuses in the past. Will what she surmises-and does not disclose--end up making her an accessory to murder? After all...she's not a cop anymore.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

SEX THERAPY (Bonus Edition): A Woman's Guide To Understanding WHY MEN CHEAT
By: Kole Black (Spaulden Publishing)
A thorough, witty guidebook filled with practical principles, rules, and clever tips on dealing with unfaithful men.
Comedian Sherri Shepherd says "Finally, a man has told the truth! Speak! Speak!...hallelujah!"
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

High on a Mountain
By: Tommie Lyn (Blackwater Books Publishing)
As a boy, Ailean MacLachlainn dreamed of living an adventurous life and longed to be a celebrated warrior of his clan. Until a shy smile and a glance from Mirne's blue eyes turned his head and escalated his rivalry with Latharn into enmity and open conflict.

When Ailean became a man, his boyhood dreams faded...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: Jose Espinoza
A war story written as a play in such a way that the Reader can easily imagine he/she is watching a play.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

The Black Queen Esther
By: Arthur Zulu (ArthurBookHouse)
A Persian king decrees the extermination of all blacks in one day in his empire, but a black queen comes to the rescue. Who is she and how does she save her race?
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

By: A.C. Sutton
Famous Economist and Stanford University Fellow, A.C. Sutton, exposes how America's elite embarked upon and have succeeded in a multi-generational objective to dumb down the American Voters.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

10 Myths of Modern Academia Exploded
By: Mark Hodges (Mark Hodges)
This book explores 10 of the most commonly repeated myths in secular academia. From suggestions of Hebrew borrowing in the inception of their religion, to A.D. White's, white lie about Columbus being almost alone in his belief that the world was round, We will strip away all the archaic histories and replace them with a view that answers to all the data...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Teaching Shakespeare to Hairdressers: an American teacher in London
By: Jeff Probst (Roslyn Press)
An American teacher survives teaching in London.
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am

Kimchi with Everything: A Year in the Life of a TEFL Teacher
By: John Mayston
Kimchi with Everything is the tale of a year in the life of a TEFL teacher based at a local 'hagwon' (language school) in the small town of Kanghwa, South Korea. This diary relates to events both inside and outside of the classroom during the course of that year, describing the highs and lows of classroom teaching, alongside coming to terms with the cultural values, traditions and beliefs that form the backbone of South Korean society...
Updated: 12/13/2011 02:32am
Fairy Tales

The Apple and the Thorn (Tales of Avalon)
By: Emma Restall Orr (Ancient Marshes Press)
This story is not true
in the sense that most people use the word.
It emerges out of the mists of time, rooted deep in the heritage of Britain.
It is a weave of mythologies, theo
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oO Boz!
A whole book in an OP nearly
thanks again have to admit i prefer the layout of the other lists to this one though boz it made my eyes go square lol, was difficult to see where one book description ended and the other started, really do appreciate the lists though
Any recommendations on titles from this list?

Any recommendations on titles from this list?

I've Downloaded Saint Morrissey & A few others
based on Amazon reviews ratings
The Choice on All the books depend on what genre you're into.

Edited by: "Boz" 14th Dec 2011

thanks again have to admit i prefer the layout of the other lists to this … thanks again have to admit i prefer the layout of the other lists to this one though boz it made my eyes go square lol, was difficult to see where one book description ended and the other started, really do appreciate the lists though

Yes See Your Point Might Revert Back After Post Sixth Just Now
The synopsis might save you the trouble of visting the page
but doesn't make reading the list that easy
Thanks For Your Comments
Boz XX

Yes See Your Point Might Revert Back After Post Sixth Just NowThe … Yes See Your Point Might Revert Back After Post Sixth Just NowThe synopsis might save you the trouble of visting the page but doesn't make reading the list that easyThanks For Your CommentsBoz XX

No please don't revert, this is so much quicker to see what each book is about and the divisions are obvious if you look for the 'updated date/time' line.

Thanks for your efforts
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