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Family Resemblances by Lowry Pei
Mortal Ghost - L. Lee Lowe
As the Crow Sits by Russell Truran
As the Crow Continues to Sit by Russell Truran
The Black Hand Gang By David Edwards
The Silver Ring by Robert Swartwood
Mind + Body by Aaron Dunlap
Impulse Control by Susan Bischoff
Diary of the Dead (Fear Series) by Matthew Watts
Forever Fifteen by Kimberly Steele
Love Waits - Donald James Parker
Never Let You Go - Lowry Pei
The Pirate of Panther Bay - S. R. Staley
Leah by  J. M. Reep
The Spring by  J. M. Reep
Songs from the other side of the Wall - Dan Holloway
Jack Maguire - Dave Jenvey
The Final Dragonkeeper: Quest for the Relic by José J. Amador
The Prophet of Panamindorah - Book One by Abigail Hilton
The Prophet of Panamindorah - Book Two by Abigail Hilton
The Prophet of Panamindorah - Book Three by Abigail Hilton
Anastasia's Grail - Mary Pearson
My 100 Million Dollar Secret - David Weinberger
The Unsuspecting Mage - Brian S. Pratt
Call Me Montana - The Beginning - J. E. Richman
Steel Dust Dawn - J. E. Richman
Battle at Bighorn - J. E. Richman
Drums by Brad Henderson
The Vamanwolf: The First Holocaust by S.S. Raees
My Name is Kyle by Mark Higham
An excerpt from L. Lee Lowe's Mortal Ghost: 'Sarah led them through a cemetery where she stopped to point out a row of small graves whose headstones all bore inscriptions dating from as far back as the 1890s. Though not quite overgrown, the plots were no longer carefully tended, and the sweet smell of the honeysuckle which clambered rampantly through a nearby lilac added to the slight air of neglect. ‘I don’t know why,’ she said, ‘but I always like to take this detour. You’d think the sight of these tiny graves would be sad, but it’s not. In a strange way they’re like children ...