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This illustrated collection contains 11 short stories reflecting pieces of life touched by animals. My friend Savannah says that my quaint sense of responsibility is the reason that nothing enlightening has ever happened to me. At least that’s what she used to say, before last Saturday when the tourist came in to my family’s bookstore and asked if we had any Reefer, and I ended up in a garbage alley navigating pigeon poop in search of enlightenment.
The Neurology of Angels is a novel about the hearts inside the business and politics of drug development. Elizabeth is a pharmaceutical industry lawyer who is raising a daughter with a rare and fatal genetic illness. Galen is a neuroscientist and entrepreneur who loses everything to develop a cure. Eddy is a devoted father who enters politics with a mission to lower the cost of prescription drugs.
Nine years ago, five college students conceived a way to use atmospheric energy to predict mass acts of human violence. A tragic event ended the project, and team leaders Aiyana and Brian haven't spoken since. Overwhelmed with guilt, Brian has spent the years alone in his lab redeveloping the energy model. Aiyana, now a doctor, refuses to acknowledge his covert research—until the new model predicts a threat to their heartland town.
Teenagers. Canoes. A float trip. What could go wrong? Tom and J.C. are experienced in the woods and on the river; the brothers, too, but Will and Nate are a couple of clowns and not so dependable. Haley, the head cheerleader, is loaded down with her makeup and accessories. Katie just looks at them all and shakes her head. So what could go wrong?
In the mid 1800’s, father and son Elliot and Nathan, roamed the country earning a living performing ‘Magic Shows’, they were travelers. Their journey eventually brings them to a town called Utopia. They make the huge old Oak tree on the edge of the town their temporary home and its here they are to make a discovery that was to change their lives forever!
The Curse of the Golden Coins is a 161 page e-book. It is a fast paced fantasy adventure story that is perfect for a quick read. The setting is rural America 1865. The protagonist Del, is a 23 year old who had served the Union Army during the Civil War. During the spring of 1865 as the war is coming to a close, Del stumbles onto a cave. He finds a chest of golden coins. He believes this is a lost treasure that will make him a fortune. This long lost treasure is not what it seems to be. Del discovers that what he thinks is a treasure is a curse.
"The Poems Choose Me" is the collection of 100 short poems written in 2014. As the title says, they really choose me, so I never know about what I will write the next. I hope to encourage people with my words. I like to write about freedom, and against injustice. Sometimes, I even write the love poems. As English is not my native language, without my editor Fred Robel I couldn't publish it. He patiently corrected my grammar mistakes.
For fans of Marc Richard who don't have time to read a whole novel. The perfect bathroom reader. This is how he got his start. Includes short stories, dumb ramblings and poetry that will probably make you feel better about yourself. Filled with equal parts darkness and light, and Marc's trademark twisted sense of humor. See people get shot out of trees, get eaten by sharks while figure skating, travel through space and time, kill for Christmas gifts.
Harm's Way is a quaint little novel about eleven typecast teenagers who decide, after much convincing, to spend a week out of their summer vacation in Ben's cabin in the deep Vermont woods. These woods have a terrible history, and as soon as they arrive at camp and see a dead girl skewered on the newel post, they realize that there is a killer on the loose. Like the idiots that they are, they decide to stay the week anyway, and so, thankfully, one by one they get slaughtered.