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Suddenly Psychic

by Carol Lynn Stewart

An intense spiritual awakening takes this die-hard pragmatist author by surprise. Caudill, who has a master’s in physics from Cornell and years in computer science research on neural networks, finds herself suddenly talking to the dead... Read More

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The What-If Guy

by Carol Lynn Stewart

Twenty-something Ryley McKenna thinks she has it made. She’s finally got the corner office with a view and all the rewards that come with corporate success. Thing is, she seldom has a chance to savor the life she’d hungered for when... Read More

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The Commuters

by Carol Lynn Stewart

Written with bold authority, this book teases the reader, sliding effortlessly from deep inside each character up to a soaring bird’s-eye commentary on life spent in transit. At its heart is the tale of an assembly of foster children... Read More

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Witch Cradle

by Carol Lynn Stewart

The year is 1951, at the height of the Korean Conflict, the McCarran Internal Security Act, and the McCarthy Hearings. John McIntire, Town Constable of St. Adele, Michigan wakes up to a freezing rain. The storm coats trees and power... Read More

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Soldiers of God

by Carol Lynn Stewart

Why do people kill in the name of God? What would motivate people to strap bombs to their bodies and detonate them in crowded places? In this book, the author, retired faculty from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and an... Read More

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Teen Goddess

by Carol Lynn Stewart

Every girl is a goddess. All a girl needs to realize this is to discover the “goddess within,” and tap the power resident in her. The author developed her system of combining spiritual practice and self-improvement using goddess... Read More

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