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Contemporary Fiction Old Men Don’t Cry – A Hong Kong Tale of Sorrow
Tim I Gurung
Old Men Don't Cry - A Hong Kong Tale of Sorrow Available as: PDF

This book is not just a story but it also provides history and facts of Hong Kong. The author has fused the past and present of Hong Kong blending with captivating story telling skill…

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Contemporary Fiction Second Chances
Lincoln Cole
Second Chances Available as: Gifted eBook through Amazon

Life is crashing down around Nichole and she doesn’t have anyone to turn to for help. Richard is about to learn an important lesson and realize he’s made a lot of mistakes in his life, and he needs to change to be the man he wants to be. Can he help Nichole and get a Second Chance?..

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Contemporary Fiction Beyond the Gardens
Sandra Lopez
Beyond the Gardens Available as: PDF

At the age of 18, Esperanza Ignacio begins her college years at an upscale Los Angeles art school, where she studies to fulfill her long-term dream in Animation. But she soon learns the truth to the old folktale: “you can take the girl out of the barrio, but you can’t take the barrio out of the girl…


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Contemporary Fiction Vegas Fever
Bill Collins
Vegas Fever Available as: MOBI

Ray, a 19-year-old Iowa farm boy builds his own craps table on the sly in an unused barn stall. He practices “dice control” until he turns 21, then goes to Vegas to test his skills and cunning for a week shooting craps in Sin City.
Men-It’s like getting to take a free week-long Vegas vacation…

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Contemporary Fiction Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People
B00PPQKA4K By Jim Nelson

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“My father studied thermonuclear reactions. He could explain Nagasaki at the subatomic level.” Welcome to Livermore, California, the early 1980s. Gene Harland introduces you to a world of Cold War politics, swimming pools, crushy love, and genuine loss in Jim Nelson’s new novel Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People…

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