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Numerous bestselling authors compared WR.PARK novels with the works of Ludlum, Cussler, Clancy, Hunter, Morrell, and Hillerman.  New York Times bestselling author James Rollins said this about his newly released 13th novel, The Talking Stones. “I have been a fan of WR.PARK’s novels for years and The Talking Stones is his best to date. Full of archaeological mysteries, cutthroat adventures, and a plot as twisted as a Gordian Knot. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” 

Perhaps, in his own small way, Lee Jordan can help a child. One Creepy Street- Annica's Broom is his first published children's picture book. It is a lighthearted look at the consequences involved when a little witch decides to text as she flies her new broom. He wrote this book for his children and your children. Lee hopes that when you read it, it starts a conversation about texting and driving and the dangers involved.

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State Of Infection, which was written mostly in between delivering babies in the middle of the night, is Michael J. Frey’s debut novel. Michael is a busy Obstetrician in New York City and a one-time Civil War reenactor. So it’s no surprise his tale weaves medicine and history into the traditional zombie genre. Yes, this book has a medical explanation for the zombie apocalypse. Michael lives in New York with his family.

Nicholas Peterson is a teacher who has a love for writing. He wanted to create a book series that was original and different from what was currently popular with a world full of interesting and diverse characters that people could love and understand. The Legend of Stergis Berraha is the first book in a series based on its lead character and Nicholas couldn't be more proud.

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Editor's Picks

Battle Hymn: Revelations of the Sinister Plan for a New World Order


by John Scura and Dane Phillips


This book presents frightening, but truthful, facts that will shake many of your deepest beliefs to the core. A dark plan, put into place centuries ago, has come to fruition. Consider Battle Hymn your wake-up call... Painstakingly researched through hundreds of sources and interviews, Battle Hymn rips the cover off the invisible government that controls our leaders and soon, our very lives. Composed of just a few... Read more>

Is God Real or Pretend?

written by Jennifer Horsman, illustrated by Julie L. Weaver

Is God Real or Pretend? is the story of young Franklin's engaging and enlightening journey to answer this age old question. Franklin's grandmother, Dr. Wendy Knowles, a professor of astronomy, first provides Franklin with the basic scientific means of determining what is real and what is not and how science distinguishes questions it can answer and those it cannot. Franklin's mission of discovery... Read more>

The Sheriff's Son: Lessons Learned

by Wayne Skarka and Butch Campsey

This true story begins on Valentine's Day, 1961. 14 years old, Claudette Carolyn Covey went missing from Hondo, Texas. On Halloween evening, 1961, Claudette's remains were discovered eight miles from town in a field. She had been shot twice in the head. From the beginning, town folks believed that she was murdered by the corrupt sheriff or his 18-year-old son, whom she was dating. Because of the corrupt sheriff's influence... Read more> 

Brady Needs a Nightlight

written by Brian Barlics, illustrated by Gregory B. Jones


Is your child afraid of the dark? Are you having trouble with bedtime? You are not alone! Even those least likely to have a fear of the dark may have a story to share. In this book you will meet Brady, a bat who oddly has a terrible fear of the dark. This poses quite a dilemma for a creature that sleeps in a dark cave and comes out to play at night. Learn how Brady discovers a creative way to solve this problem...with a little help from some friends. Read more>

The Autobiography of Billy the Kid

by Ralph Estes


Everyone knows the saga of Billy the Kid. That story's been told, in an avalanche of books, songs, movies, TV programs. And yet - no one has given Billy's side. Until The Autobiography of Billy the Kid. Oh, there have been many claims that it wasn't Billy whom Pat Garrett shot in Pete Maxwell's darkened bedroom on July 14, 1881. But in fact it was. Billy just didn't die then. With the help of loyal friends he played dead, was "buried" long enough for Garrett to leave, nursed back to health, made his way to Wichita... Read more>

Children of War

by Deana Ruggieri & Tom Nelson

Having endured the wrath of his parents, the child welfare system, homelessness, addiction and numerous incarcerations, Mike Rodriguez knows hell firsthand. Mike’s salvation arrives in the form of a journal and a pen, the means to record the horrors of his lost childhood and to somehow make sense of his place and purpose in the world. In his primitive scrawl, Mike writes not just to save himself but to share his story with young adults in the hope that it will save others like him from a similar fate... Read more> 

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