Reasons Why Pets are Good for Children

Who cannot resist the lure of cuddling up to a four-legged creature? From dogs to cats and rabbits and more people of all ages love their pets. Pets are especially great for children to have around. From providing great health benefits to teaching your little ones about social skills, allowing children to interact with pets…

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A Pardon For Tommy

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On Thanksgiving weekend, the last thing Chelsea wants to do is to return home to New Orleans. It holds all of her memories of Hurricane Katrina, memories which she would rather forget. There is one thing that makes her change her mind –Tommy, her beloved pet turkey who watched the destruction of her city from…

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Showdown in Six-Mile Canyon

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“It was early spring in 1864. The weather was cold, and a misting rain was falling. I was huddled around a small campfire with eighteen other soldiers. It was suppertime, and we were eating our beans and hardtack. We heard a low boom of cannon, and seconds later, a canister round hit right in the…

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Nick Sinclair, Pi: The Case of the Rothstein Murders

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Nick Sinclair, a former Chicago homicide detective, is attempting to face the bleakness of his reality as a down-on-his-luck private investigator when he finally catches a break. On a sunny August morning a beautiful woman enters his office, and Nick thinks his dark world has just become a little brighter. The woman hires Nick because…

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Blood Virus: A Pandemic by Design Kindle Edition

Thousands are dying and many more sickened as an unknown virus runs rampant through Western Africa. Its victims experience a violent death within a few days of exposure, so the CDC jumps in before the virus can become a global pandemic. They send their best man, Dr. Lennox Richards of the Epidemic Intelligence Service, to…

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Dr. Gil Snider Foreshadows The Ukraine-Russia Conflict In his Medical/Political Thriller, “Brain Warp”, Years Before It Happened.

Virginia Beach, Va., February 24, 2017 – An unknown cluster of inexplicable deaths plague Dr. Peter Branstead’s neurology service at St. Mark’s Hospital in Greenwich Village. Its victims experience a violent death upon admission when the virus progress into convulsions and then cardiac arrest. The good doctor has yet to realize a more sinister plot is…

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