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"Leaving Juneau County" by Dan Linssen - Leaving Juneau County is a fictional coming-of-age story set in the small western Wisconsin town of Mauston during the 1958-59 school year. It chronicles Jack Barton and his three inseparable, longtime friends as they navigate their final year in high school. Their confrontation with the impending transition to adulthood is complicated by romantic connections, natural calamities, unsavory characters, and even governmental intrusion. The story is supplemented with a rich cast of supporting characters. ((Fiction/Coming of Age)
"Steel on Target" by Michael W. Romanowski - Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003: Nearing retirement, Sweet has but one loose thread to tie up. One final mission to survive. As night falls for the last time over Saddam Hussein and his evil regime, American forces pour into Baghdad. One elite unit will seek out someone from Sweet's pasta woman who is as deadly as she is beautiful. Now treachery is found around every corner, and murder is in the air. Who can Sweet trust? And will he discover who his true allies are before a deadly plot is hatched, and untold thousands die? (Fiction/Thrillers/Military)
"Secrets Behind the Collar" by C. P. Holsinger - Detectives Nick Greer and Sonny Madison must find out who is killing priests. Their search takes them from churches to strip clubs, from the Arizona desert to the Great Lakes. Could a little town in Pennsylvania hold the answer? More bodies fall. Jealousy and vengeance abound. Trusts are broken, careers are demolished, and families are torn apart. (Fiction/Mystery)
"Makers of Destiny - Sequel to Die to Live Again" by David Crane - Surviving the Armageddon and the savage Second Civil War, Panther warrior-healer Tanya Gray serves as a presidential advisor. She now has a family of her own and is looking forward to a better tomorrow. But the balance of power is changed when a new ruthless and mysterious force from the past lays claim to New America's remaining resources. And once again, Tanya Gray is forced to fight to extinguish the flames of a new Civil War. (Science Fiction/Post-Apocalyptic)
"Not of This Earth" by Michael Cole - A professor of archeology sets out on a mission to identify an ancient Mesoamerican ruin and a mysterious anomaly that lies beneath it. The workers she hires to excavate the ruin flee, claiming there are malevolent forces at work. Thinking that they are just superstitious, she and her team disregard the warning and continue to explore the peculiar metallic structure. What starts out as an archeological dig turns into a maelstrom of death and destruction. (Science Fiction/Alien Contact)
"In His Right Mind" by Philip R. Sullivan - In His Right Mind tells the story of a man who is thrust into an adventure he never would have chosen, with a result he never could have imagined. The line that separates sanity from insanity and health from illness is sometimes hard to find. (Fiction/Literary)
"Reunion" by Steven Eutsler - With the defeat of the Rawyn in the Battle of the Barren Basin, the Krinicsians thought they defeated the darkness threatening their world and the galaxy. They were wrong.... The darkness resurfaces in the malicious form of Sema. Sema has one mission: the complete control of Krinics and the galaxy. Her malevolent plans begin with Empress Pe'Anitia and the people of Krinics. The future stands upon a crumbling precipice. (Krinics Series: Book 2) ((Fiction/Fantasy/Epic)
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