From the author of the popular Maternal Harbor comes Harbored Secrets (a psychological mystery in the unearthing of family secrets.)
In May of 1935, Blinny Platt's homestead shack burns to the ground forever leaving her family asunder, scattering them like the embers flew on the Montana wind. She was only eight-years-old, sent away and in charge of her little sister. She could handle that because Platts take care of Platts.
However, it is the hidden secrets of her parents smoldering beneath the charred remains that haunts Blinny until 1982. She once again leaves the home place to build a house for herself. As the foundation is poured and the walls go up, each of the hurtful memories are uncovered. Finally the mystery, left in the ashes of the burned home, is revealed. How could her mother do what she did?
Genre: Psychological Length: 321 Pages (1,237 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Mar 31st, 2020
Reynolds and Ryan Publishing paid best-selling author, Jack McNamara, more than a million dollars in advanced royalties for three action-adventure novels. Only one problem: Jack cannot write a single word. Devastatingly depressed and hopelessly blocked Jack embarks on a personal journey back to the summer of 1961 when three childhood events created a psychological time-bomb that, thirty-five years later, threatened to destroy his marriage and end his writing career.
Vibrant characters, settings like Charleston, Savannah and Key West and a tightly wound plot make this novel a "must read." The Song of the Mockingbird is Bill Cronin's second novel following five-star reviews for his first novel "Dial Tone."
Genre: Psychological Length: 400 Pages (2,476 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Mar 31st, 2020
Ludovic Weiss enjoys a comfortable life. He is happily married, respected and successful in his career. Then, without warning, he is plunged into a whirlpool of distrust as his world crumbles and trusted friends become enemies. Is he a victim of a conspiracy? Is he losing his mind? Can he even survive?
Genre: Psychological Length: 153 Pages (1,311 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Mar 30th, 2020
History of Daniel, X and Z is an argument against the folly of violent hate slow, the echo of a world that has always been and apparently will be dominated by fear and money, but every human being is meant to find the treasure and exit in time and space.
In the fantastic and unpredictable narrative of Ruben Garcia Cebollero beats intended to impact vision. The story is about a young man faced with a kidnapping, which could well be a metaphor, and its ability senseless life. It is an invitation to walk the dark streets of the essence of evil whose purpose is fulfilled, with the eternal opposition of a good that is also there. Any resemblance to reality, in La Garriga, is purely coincidental.
Genre: Psychological Length: 39 Pages (562 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Mar 30th, 2020