Prague for Beginners: Finding Myself in Prague by Sara Tusek

Elizabeth Logan goes to Prague in 1994 to teach English to beginners. She has missed the crest of the wave, both by missing the first exuberant rush of freedom in the Czech Republic in 1989 and by being 34 years old, yet not knowing exactly what she wants to do with her life. She finds unexpected challenges in Prague: losing her flat, her job, and her mysterious Czech would-be boyfriend. But she eventually finds her purpose for being in Prague: discovering what love is, and how to find it.

Author: Sara Tusek

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
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The Hack List by Daniel Amspaugh

Sebastian is a typical waiter. Everyone in the service industry hits a breaking point with customers whose demands are unrealistic. The customer has been given the delusion that he or she is always right.

After being confronted for the last time, and with the help of a mysterious therapist, Sebastian puts into motion a plan to murder his worst customers. Meanwhile, the restaurant has become home to a large colony of cockroaches. They need customers to survive. Can they stop him before it’s too late? Or will they succumb to extermination brought forth by the elusive Mr. X?

Author: Daniel Amspaugh

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Faces in the Shadows by Gregory Harvey

Artist, photographer, and editor Stanly Le Haley faces the onslaught of multiple sclerosis and subsequent legal blindness. He has been image oriented all his life, but now realizes he will never again see anyone or anything clearly. As the disease progresses he lives in expectation of complete vision loss. But the three women he encounters—his neurologist, a professional colleague, and a public school teacher—discover that his scars run deeper than the optic nerves. Each in turn attempts to woo him from his lifelong guilt over simply being part of the human race.

Author: Gregory Harvey

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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FUJI by Philip J Cunningham

An adventure set on the slopes of Japan’s highest peak, FUJI is a tale of looking for love in all the wrong places and finding something else along the way. It follows the on-again, off-again romance of two resident alien co-workers, Collin Long and Huang Jianhong, who are trying to make it in a land that doesn’t always seem to want them. They join TV celebrity Miki Matsu on a winter climb of Japan’s penultimate peak with high hopes of being accepted, but jealousy, greed and lust cause things to fall apart almost from the start. Drawn to the beauty of the seductive, snowy peak, and seeing it as the ultimate escape from social prejudices, they are answered with bad weather and nature’s cold indifference. Dreams shattered and social niceties discarded by the wayside, they confront one another as a three-way romantic romp goes wrong and they find themselves in a fight for their very survival.

Author: Philip J Cunningham

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Tangents in Eden: Volume 1 by Adam J. Williams

In the city of Eden, everybody has a story, and they each connect in some way.One is dealing with inner demons. If she does not overcome her self-doubt, she will fail in a life-or-death scenario.In an attempt to woo his foster sister, a teenager gets suspended from school. While he is at home, he finds a mysterious portal.A forty-year-old Boy Scout who’s best friend is a head-shaped chia toy. Both of their worlds come undone when the toy is cracked.A pacifist Emergency Room nurse trying not to use his Free Punch on a deserving co-worker.A middle-aged man is broke and recently divorced when someone approaches him for a job as a bounty hunter. The problem is that he is still in love and she is bleeding him dry.A single dad that has a rodent problem that’s ruining his social life. A writer is trying to get some work done, and all that he needs is a little help from his dealer friend. Unfortunately, his dealer just wants to be friends.In the first book of the magical realism Eden series, seven strangers interact with one another and may not even realize…

Author: Adam J. Williams

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Chairmen: A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 4) by Robert I. Katz

He hoped that his involvement in crime fighting was over.But life seems to have other ideas.Kurtz has settled back into work as a general surgeon, teaching students and residents and planning his wedding to graphic artist Lenore Brinkman, but things are not so placid as they seem in Staunton College of Medicine.>>>A dangerous stalker throws the medical college into a frenzyThe Chairman of Cardiac Surgery is about to retire. The Chairman of Anesthesiology is making himself so obnoxious that his department is in open revolt and the Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology is being stalked by a lunatic.Lew Barent and Harry Moran are murder cops. Petty harassment is not their usual crime, but as petty harassment escalates into vandalism and then assault, the College of Medicine finds itself under siege, and Kurtz, Barent and Moran are once again thrown into the center of the mayhem.>>>You will love this latest medical mystery by award-winning author, Robert I. Katz!Scroll Up and Grab Your Copy Today!

Author: Robert I. Katz

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Rum Hijack by Phil Moss

A spiritual and troubled young man convinced he is to become an infamous literary legend – before even writing a first line – begins to take out his ‘writers block’ on the local community.Wanting love – and to win a book award – his desperation and frustrations reach boiling point as he begins to reinvent himself, only for his new-found alter-ego to have an alter-ego of its own – with an even darker agenda.

Author: Phil Moss

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Dweller on Mountain White: An Accidental Love Story by R.J. Kenzie

An Accidental Love Story.

Beth Porter’s intent to relax and get her life in order on a personal ski trip is shattered when she makes a wrong turn, gets lost, and careened her car into a snow-filled ditch on Mountain White. Delirious, and half-unconscious, she is plucked from the brink of death by a mountain monster, or so she thought.
The mountain monster had a name, and it was Tyler Skov, a quiet mountain dweller who prefers books to television and walkie-talkies to cellphones. Accustomed to the silence and living alone, he is forced to adjust to Beth’s non-stop chatter and New York state of mind.
Learning to coexist, they discover that they have more in common than they realized and that an accidental car crash created more than a friendship, it created a bond that could not be broken, or forgotten.

Author: R.J. Kenzie

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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