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Revenge is Sweet? – Lynn Evans

“Mary, if your great grandmother has learned one lesson, albeit the hard way, it is that the dish of revenge can never be sweet not even served cold.” “Absolutely fantastic… only disappointing this was finishing it” – Jennie J Khan Aware she is now living on borrowed time, Wilhelmina Potts knows she must act fast. …
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Mama, Don’t Stop the Music! – Pamela Edwards

“An incredible story and a must read.  Five stars.” – Ken Staten “Full of life’s tragedies, joys and surprises.” – Pasha Mama, Don’t Stop the Music! Is a contemporary fiction with light paranormal twists into the supernatural that takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride. It leaves you with an experience of joy, laughter,…
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André Warner, Manhunter series – Lex Lander

“André Warner is smooth, debonair and deadly… A very enjoyable read for those that enjoy hard and fast thrillers.” – Damppebbles  Book One – End as an Assassin THIS TIME IT’S NOT FOR MONEY. THIS TIME IT’S FOR BLOOD, PURE AND SIMPLE. André Warner; professional killer, ex-British Secret Service. Thirty-nine contracts have made him a…
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COMING SOON: In Him – in Love – Harriet Sleigh

ARCs AVAILABLE NOW “Whenever I have met Harriet Sleigh, I always leave knowing I have also met with her Heavenly Father, his son Jesus and with The Holy Spirit! Harriet is a passionate lover of God, a full-on disciple of Jesus, who fearlessly takes any and every opportunity to fervently declare His love, in words and actions to…
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The Decision Makers Handbook to Data Science – Stylianos Kampakis

“Great read and excellent real-life examples of the need, usefulness and applications of data science in day-to-day business decision making.” – SF82 Data science is about using data to do useful stuff. Short and to the point. That’s exactly what data science is all about. The methods we use are important, of course, but the…
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Echoes of Madness – Roy E. Stolworthy

“Pitches you head first into the vividly described, inglorious battlefields of the great war with a painter’s eye for detail. You can almost smell the filth of the trenches, and feel the tangible fear of the men and horses as they fight for their survival.  Finch, the troubled hero, is touchingly human, with all the…
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