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Currents Deep and Deadly

by Brandon M. Stickney

Darcy Farthing is a most unlikely detective. But as soon as this 40-year-old blond bombshell finds herself aboard the Sea Nymph cruise ship with Dr. Peter Johnson for a relaxing South American vacation, she is unwittingly swept up in a... Read More

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The Queen's Companion

by Brandon M. Stickney

It’s the mid-1550s in beautiful Montalcino and Queen Catherine must take a husband, or risk losing her small “Italian” kingdom to Bishop Thomas Capshaw and the bloody paranoia of the European Inquisition. While it’s known to many... Read More

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The Master of Fate

by Brandon M. Stickney

When a young man is given everything at once-a good family, good luck, happiness and good standing among his peers-there often can only be room for misfortune to join the “everything” that man has been given. Oscar Moreira is a... Read More

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The Yellow Ribbon Snake

by Brandon M. Stickney

What is left in the world for people who are still alive yet whose lives have been destroyed? All is inverted. Pain is now painless. Poverty is ambiguous riches. The hurtful past is now the ambivalent present. Dailey writes with the... Read More

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The Diaries of Adam & Eve

by Brandon M. Stickney

If Adam could get Eve to stop talking for just one minute, he could appreciate her beauty and fall in love with her. So opens this curious set of intertwined diaries of Earth’s first two human inhabitants as “translated” with... Read More

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Mark Twain

by Brandon M. Stickney

With biographical narration and liberal quoting from Twain’s complete writings, Emerson, in essence, co-authors with Samuel Clemens to create this all at once engaging and purified life story. This strategic partnership between... Read More

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A Window Facing West

by Brandon M. Stickney

Moments of great storytelling, of raw, powerful, emotionally charged and perhaps even perfect fiction are scattered through Tarlton’s first effort as a novelist. A Window Facing West covers some familiar ground but offers unique... Read More

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Proper Mark Twain

by Brandon M. Stickney

When he first donned the white suit, Samuel Clemens became the “proper” Mark Twain, speaking with irreverence to conservative society, but really believing that honoring faith, country and family was the highest calling. A University... Read More

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