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The View from My Deck: Haikus Inspired by Nature

Timothy Huff

Join the author on a journey of simple daily haikus inspired by nature. Each poem has been written as an observation of the simple, daily beauty of plants, insects and birds from the author’s own garden.

Bad News For You Is Good News For Me!

Mike Deeson

An insider and behind the scenes look at investigative reporting from an award-winning investigative reporter. First-hand intimate stories, not only about the workings of local television news, but also events and personalities that shaped the last 50 years including: Presidents Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan; my experiences in Saudi Arabia with General Norman Schwarzkopf before the First Gulf War; Klan cross burnings and a Klan riot; An insider view of Florida executions including “Old Sparky”, the electric chair; Encounters with Colonel Harland Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken Fame, Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys, Mob Lawyer Frank Ragano as well as mob chieftain Santos Trafficante Jr. and so many more!

Don Coyote: A Tampa Bay Tropics Thriller

George L. Fleming

Beautiful twin sisters from a wealthy South Tampa family have been missing for ten days. Reed O’Hara, a Tampa attorney and private investigator, and her dashing husband Jake Dupree spring into action. Along with their highly specialized team, they seek answers. Did the twins voluntarily leave, seeking an escape from their perfect, privileged lives? Or was it something much more sinister? Reed and Jake learn the case is bizarrely connected to Jake’s dark past, and it leads Reed and her posse across Tampa Bay, then deep into Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. In George Fleming’s second stunning thriller, Reed O’Hara continues to battle evil in Tampa Bay, learning it’s a sunny place for very shady people.

Invisible Wounds of War: My Redemption

COL(Ret.) Beverly Smith-Tillery

Going to war is a life-changing experience. COL Smith-Tillery takes
you on her journey through war, her battle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and
her final redemption through poetry and narrative. You are left with a feeling of
hope, that for service members and veterans, there can be a life of joy after coming
home.

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