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The Fire Watcher
by Chip Hill
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $22.00 (96% off)
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Jacob Adams was living the American dream: a loving family, a new home, and a high-profile job designing the world’s first atomic power plant. But when tragedy strikes his family, he turns to alcohol to deaden his pain and grief. He becomes an alcoholic and eventually loses his home, his job, and his faith. Thirty years later Jacob lives in poverty in the shadow of the now defunct power plant, where he works as a janitor. Jacob’s life takes one more unexpected turn when he becomes trapped in the pitch-black recesses of the plant. In his forced sobriety, the bitter memories he has been drowning for decades begin to surface all around him, dragging him into a pit of regret and despair. Suffering the ravages of alcohol withdrawal combined with the chilling effects of sensory deprivation, he embarks on an emotional and spiritual journey that will take him to the brink of insanity and back. Before his captivity comes to an end, Jacob — like his namesake from the Old Testament — will find himself wrestling with God. The town sheriff, a State Police detective, and even a local priest, follow different clues as they search for Jacob. The widening mystery touches off a cascade of changes in the lives of those connected to him. A friendship broken by betrayal is mended, a long abandoned romance is rekindled, dark secrets about the power plant and its caretakers come to light, and a young man’s life is forever altered as he uncovers the tragedy that sent Jacob spiraling downward so many years ago.
The Girl Who Came Home – A Titanic Novel
by Hazel Gaynor
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Category: Historical Fiction
Inspired by true events surrounding a group of Irish emigrants who sailed on the maiden voyage of R.M.S Titanic, ‘The Girl Who Came Home’ is a story of enduring love and forgiveness, spanning seventy years. Blending fact and fiction, this Titanic novel tells the human story of the tragedy, not just on board the ship itself, but extending beyond the immediate aftermath of the event to explore the emotions of relatives awaiting news back home and of the impact that night had on the survivors and their descendants. It is also a love letter to the world’s most famous ship, whose tragic legacy continues to captivate our hearts and imaginations one hundred years after she sank to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean with such devastating loss of life.
In a rural Irish village in April 1912, seventeen-year-old Maggie Murphy is anxious about the trip to America. While the thirteen others she will travel with from her Parish anticipate a life of prosperity and opportunity, Maggie is distraught to be leaving Séamus, the man she loves with all her heart. As the carts rumble out of the village, she clutches a packet of love letters in her coat pocket and hopes that he will be able to join her in America soon.
In Southampton, England, Harry Walsh boards Titanic as a Third Class Steward, excited to be working on this magnificent ship. He befriends Maggie and her friends from the Irish group when they board in Queenstown and offers to help Maggie send a telegram home. But when Titanic hits an iceberg on the evening of April 14th, the telegram message is only partly transmitted, leaving Séamus confused by what he reads back home in Ireland, unaware as he is of what has happened to Maggie and the others. As the full scale of the disaster unfolds, luck and love will decide the fate of the Irish group and those whose lives they have touched on board the ship.
Seventy years later, in Chicago, 1982, twenty-one year old Grace Butler is stunned to learn that her Great Nana Maggie sailed on Titanic. She sets out to write Maggie’s story as a way to resurrect her journalism career. Neither Grace nor Maggie can know what far-reaching impact the article will have on them both when it is eventually published.
But it isn’t until a final journey back to Ireland that the fate of those Maggie had loved and sailed with seventy years ago is fully revealed, and only then is Maggie finally able make peace with her past.
CASINO SHUFFLE (Starring Antonio Cruz)
by J. Fields Jr.
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Category: Mystery & Thriller
Come meet the formidable Antonio Cruz, Head Butler at the Native Sun Casino. Bring your best bowtie; it’s going to be a crazy weekend…
Antonio Cruz uses his considerable talents to fend off a celebrity stalker known as the Kamikaze Cam determined to cash-in on the reckless escapades of a famous couple visiting the casino. Though an impending romance might mend a pair of hearts, it has the deck stacked against Antonio. Luckily Mark Ford, the Security Manager, is by his side as they use every resource at their disposal to survive a non-stop weekend during a Million Dollar Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament!
Truths and Roses
by Inglath Cooper
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Category: Contemporary Romance
First love. Second chances. Secrets with the power to change lives.
When Will Kincaid’s professional football career comes to an abrupt end in a single night, he’s left to figure out what he’s going to do with the rest of his life. He heads home to the small Virginia town where he grew up and crosses paths with Hannah Jacobs, the only girl in high school who had ever rejected him. It’s Hannah who once made him question the choices he had made, and it’s Hannah who’s making him question them all over again. But with the weight of a secret he’s managed to hide from the world his entire adult life hanging over him, he can’t afford to question his choices.
Hannah Jacobs had once made the choice to deny her feelings for Will Kincaid, at the time finding it the only possible option for a young girl intent on burying a nightmare she only wanted to forget. The life she’s made for herself as a librarian in Lake Perdue is a quiet one, and she’s hardly prepared for the day when Will rams his fancy Ferrari into her dependable old clunker. But for Hannah, Will Kincaid can only stir up memories she had long ago put away forever. And there’s nothing at all good that can come from bringing them back to life again.
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