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Arthur by N.C. Gossner

"But as with all stories, it doesn't end where you think it will."

“I know this is a startling discovery for you, and I wish I were with you now to help you bear this, but know this, you are my son, nothing can change that. You are strong, and wise, I could not be more proud of the young man you have become, my dear son. Arthur Dallas Elden, You are . . .

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Star Captain Annie by Will Cereal

After a mysterious ship kidnaps the crew of the starship Nightingale, the ship’s nav computer transfers command of the ship to the only survivor—a six-month-old baby girl. Nine years later, Star Captain Annie still commands the Nightingale, searching for the mysterious relic that her family sought when they went missing: the Elder Crown. . . .

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Branded By Tears by Ashleigh D.J. Cutler

Just What Makes A Family?

Mauja thought she was not meant to be a mother after the loss of her first litter. Then she stumbles upon a cheetah cub orphaned by her pride. Ignoring common sense, she takes the cub in as her own. All is well until her secret is discovered, forcing her to leave all she has ever known behind. She had . . .

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Children of the Wind by Charles Anthony Almanza

When twenty-something year-old Lucas, a gifted empath and globe trotter who ‘travels with the changing wind’ returns to his hometown of Playa de Oro, he expects a certain normalcy to follow him. He needs it to anchor him while dealing with his mother, who suffers from a brain tumor that causes seizures, or his youngest sister, Dee, battling depression. And . . .

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The Germhacht Episode by Ruth Lampi

The Germhacht Episode is the second book in the Blackfeather Chronicles. It involves art, spiritualists, tea cakes, demon artifacts, and the continuing adventures of the Blackfeather family and friends. . . .

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Boat Story by Grant Cravens

Kidnapped kids, mysterious maps, debt, tropical storms, pirates, sea monsters, family, tea.

When Captain Cait Molyneux goes to pick up her next commission, she rescues a boy that may have been kidnapped, discovers a bizarre map that may be a hoax, and may be heading towards the payoff that could save her career. She just has to make it past tropical storms, sea monsters, pirates, family, and a shortage of tea first . . .  . . .

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BOAT STORY

beware: here be pirates!

By A. M. Harte, editor, author of Theatre of Horrors

Sep 16, 2009: Boat Story follows the adventures of Cait, Captain of The Rose. There are only 9 parts up, and, while off to a slow start, there are already several developing plot lines which seem interesting, amongst which: an evil killer pirate hunting for a map, a mysterious boy whom Cait rescues, and of course the tangled relationships between the crew of The Rose.

The world is a rather interesting one, with a mixture of human and animal races. Although much is left [more . . .]

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THE GERMHACHT EPISODE

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By Susan Amund, author of Barghest

May 25, 2016: Ms. Lampi has taken the characters introduced in "The Alarna Affair" to a new, more developed level. I was pulled into the story quickly and immediately sided with Kara. The practical thief is the star of the story – engaging, likable, and funny.

The story moves smoothly and the mystery builds at a delightful pace.

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