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Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Inspirational stories about seeing the Divine in everyday life.
Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Lessons in Hope and Healing is a compilation of personal stories from everyday moments in which the Divine enters and brings complete strangers together to help one another experience something greater than their individual selves. Read More…

Sinners Choice

Small towns like Oakton hide their secrets well, so carefully in fact that even an evil beast can hide in plain sight. When it shows its fangs, it is to terrorize the most innocent among the population. The beast’s victim, the beautiful and strangely innocent Kate Adams, has fallen in love with a handsome Israeli visitor; the beast thought she was in love with the local priest. Read More…

Smoke Got in My Eyes

Martin McDonough is a private detective whose investigations are usually successful because he knows how to get the low-down from his copper friends—a formula that works for a long time, but not forever. This noir mystery novel follows him from 1930s St. Read More…

Sons of Zadok

Charlotte Ansari, international correspondent for CCN, has a problem. Her investigation into a clandestine society of assassins has made them very angry. And that’s not the most frightening part. Her Asperger’s son, who is now the leader of this global, murder-for-hire organization, has assigned its top-ranked assassin to take care of the problem. Read More…

Ten Years and Change

Michael P. Amram grew up during the Vietnam war and vividly remembers the political atmosphere of the period. The country convulsed repeatedly, spewing out new prototypes for democracy each time. Amid the assassinations and riots, one group challenged the hawkish path that the Johnson-Humphrey administration chose to follow.
What the McCarthy Democrats did was quixotically rare in politics. Read More…

The Adversity Advantage

BASED ON A UNIQUE FIVE-YEAR STUDY of over 300 high- achieving men and women, The Adversity Advantage, uncovers how common and impactful childhood problems are for both sexes. Real and inspiring stories, insights and techniques for overcoming childhood misfortune, workplace benefits to hard-earned survival skills, and pivotal career decisions are described. Read More…

The Alchemist’s Children

After their mother disappears, fourteen-year-old Gabriella and eleven-year-old Holden decide to search for her. The problem is, she’s a human-sized leprechaun and has traveled to the leprechaun world, which they have never seen. With the help of their Uncle Robert, they journey to this mysterious realm, where they encounter goblins and dragons and unexpected surprises. Read More…

The Beechwood Flute

The Beechwood Flute is a coming-of-age story about a young man finding his courage. At seventeen, Kiran wants to become a warrior to avenge his lost father and brother, but his talents lie in playing the flute. Then, when his nerve fails him, he allows his young sister to be stolen by Savages. Read More…

The Devereaux Decision

The Devereaux Decision is the exciting third book in the Susquehanna Virus Series.
A group of fanatics has created a virus that could wipe out humanity. Retired secret agent Jeremiah Jones and the reformed cadets Curtik and Zora, who almost destroyed the world while under a compulsion, somehow have to stop the terrorists before the virus reaches a tipping point. Read More…

The Devereaux Deity

The terrorists who created the Susquehanna Virus have been stopped and the planet is safe once again, or is it? The effects of the virus linger, creating questions about whether all of humanity will be infected. Plus, an entity claiming to be God has hacked into multiple computers and performed miracles that have no reasonable explanation other than that a deity has come to Earth. Read More…

The Devereaux Dilemma

Jeremiah Jones, a recent widower whose son has been kidnapped, is also a secret agent who has been sent by President Angelica Hope to track down Walt Devereaux, a brilliant scientist and former Secretary General of the United Nations. Read More…

The Devereaux Disaster

When retired secret agent Jeremiah Jones travels to the Moon with his former enemy, Elite Ops trooper Jack Marschenko, to find his abducted son, Joshua, the mission goes haywire almost immediately. Read More…