Print Books for September 2018

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49 thoughts on “Print Books for September 2018”

  1. Paladin’s Odyssey – $12.99
    by Bruce Fottler
    “An intriguing new slant on apocalyptic fiction.” -Publishers Weekly

  2. Dover Park – $10.99
    by Bruce Fottler
    A runaway girl returns home two days after she left, but nobody seems to know who she is.

  3. The Initiative: In Harm’s Way (Book One) – $13.99
    by Bruce Fottler
    The Blanchard Corporation protects the most closely guarded secret in modern history, and their newest employee is about to join the team.

  4. Back From Chaos: Book One of Earth’s Pendulum: $12.20
    By: Yvonne Hertzberger
    Klast, assassin, spy, unlikeliest hero, damaged by his past, must rescue a maid, unmask a traitor, unaware of his ultimate destiny. The goddess needs him.

  5. Through Kestrel’s Eyes: Book Two of Earth’s Pendulum: $11.99
    By: Yvonne Hertzberger
    Seer Liannis faces tests, losses and the lure of forbidden romance in her quest to bring her world back into peace and balance.

  6. The Dreamt Child: Book Three of Earth’s Pendulum: $13.49
    By: Yvonne Hertzberger
    Liannis, Merrist are called to accept sweeping changes destined by the goddess. They face treachery, resistance before their child is born.

  7. New York 1609: A Novel – $14.95
    by Harald Johnson
    Native Americans collide with Dutch and English explorers, traders, settlers, and officials at the 17th-century birth of New York City.

  8. The Case Of The Tattooed Buttocks: Inspector Cullot Mystery series Book 1 – $7.00
    Alan Hardy
    Inspector Cullot is called in following two gruesome murders at Bounderdales Mansion

  9. The Case Of The Disappearing Corpses: Inspector Cullot Mystery Series Book 3 – $6.00
    Alan Hardy
    Can Cullot solve the baffling mystery of scores of vanishing dead bodies all over London?

  10. The Lady’s Last Song: the US Government’s War on Billy Holiday
    Charles Ray
    When jazz singer Billy Holiday sang an anti-lynching song, the government’s drug agency put her in its cross-hairs.

    $7.95

  11. Over My Dead Body: an Al Pennyback mystery
    Charles Ray
    When Al goes to Texas to help a relative in a land dispute, he finds more than he reckoned on.

    $12.50

  12. Exiles and Barbarians, $12.25
    Michelle Granas
    A gentle professor, a refugee from Ukraine, discovers the strait-laced woman he loves is involved in the world’s worst business. New.

  13. Amadea: One Spring in France, $9.85
    Michelle Granas
    “A quick, entertaining, wonderful story”—Amazon review. Love and unusual friendships develop in a French village.

  14. Swans Are Fat Too, from $10.23
    Michelle Granas
    A heartwarming love story between an overweight pianist and a disinherited prince in Warsaw—an Amazon bestseller.

  15. The Red Pill Society: A Dystopia in Poetry and Prose ($12.84)
    by Rutger G. Galtiarii
    Experience a surrealistic journey as Modesty seeks answers about the nature of the world, even while sinister forces seek to entrap her.

  16. Reflections of Love in a Glass: Love Poems ($11.55)
    by Rutger G. Galtiarii
    Experience the highs and lows of emotions as you reflect on the love poems contained in this book.

  17. A Cosmic Journey: in Poetry and Prose ($12.84)
    by Rutger G. Galtiarii
    A Cosmic Journey is a poetic and philosophical journey through space, time and the cosmos.

  18. The Ideal Man Is Woman $9.99
    BL Wilson
    Henry Braxton, a wealthy, divorced, womanizer is brutally murdered. Detective Carson is overwhelmed with 9 suspects. Who really killed Henry?

  19. Star Touched
    $14.95 on sale now for $10.37
    A. L. Kaplan
    Eighteen-year-old Tatiana is running from her past and her star-touched powers eight years after a meteor devastates earth’s population.

  20. The Day of ‘Nevermore’ $12.99
    Stephen G. Levy
    You and your friends don’t remember yesterday after you discover that the streets are covered with 86 dead bodies in this paranormal thriller romance.

  21. Sniper, a Frank Renzi crime thriller $15.00
    By Susan Fleet
    A deadly sniper, a brazen shoplifter, an assassination and international intrigue fuel this contemporary crime thriller set in New Orleans.

  22. Hot Dogs Really Do Bark: The Hairy Crown Conspiracy, Book 1, $5.99
    By Jason Reynolds
    Bob just wants to sell hot dogs, but alien assassins blow up his hot dog cart and chase him around town.

  23. How to Navigate Zombie Cave and Defeat Pirate Pete $6.99
    Author: Mick Bogerman
    If you can handle a pitchfork, come along on a death-defying adventure to slay the undead and snag some pirate gold.

  24. How to Rid Your Swimming Pool of a Bloodthirsty Mermaid
    Author: Mick Bogerman
    Toss most everything you know about mermaids right into the trash. They are not sweet girls with fish tails who sing pretty songs.

  25. How to Destroy the New Girl’s Killer Robot Army $7.99
    Author: Mick Bogerman
    Don’t antagonize the new girl at school. She just might create robot soldiers to enact her revenge.

  26. In The Land of Broken Time: The Incredible Journey
    $14.98 Maria Evan and Max Evan
    This is a story about time travel for children from 6 to 12 years old.

  27. His Wayward Duchess, $11.99
    Daphne du Bois
    Lady Strathavon decides to conquer London – and her duke! An old-fashioned comedy of manners: adventure, blackmail, and true love abound…

  28. The Cool Breeze of Spring – Rebecca’s diary ($5.39)
    C. Attleya
    When 12-year-old Rebecca finds herself alone in the world she rides east hoping to find more survivors.

  29. 50 Things To Do Before Seeing A Psychiatrist – $14.95
    by Joe Baldizzone
    50 safe, simple, practical tools to help heal anxiety, panic, and depression as opposed to just treating it.

  30. An Intentional Travelers Guide to Unconventional Budget Accommodations: Creative Ways to Save Money on Transformational Travel ($5.99)
    Michelle C. Chang
    Budget travel beyond the hostel, with a fresh perspective on how to save your travel dollars by tackling one of the biggest trip expenses: lodging.

  31. The Fall of El Pantera $10.99
    By Irish author Brendan Gill
    An explosive thriller that looks at Irish society in an absolutely honest, in an absolutely merciless way. Set in Ireland, London and Spain.

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