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Mississippi Flyway

by Holly Chase Williams

Your name is Ellie. Your father leaves when you are twelve. Eventually, your sister Rose’s dead body is pulled from the Mississippi. Your mother slips you amphetamines so you won’t get fat. If only you could remember… Like an... Read More

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Agent of Influence

by Holly Chase Williams

The gruesome killing of a prize racehorse in Kentucky in 1973; the murder of two tourists on a Las Vegas roller coaster decades later; the naturalization of Nevada Senator Zach Hardin, whose Egyptian childhood is a closed book: Seemingly... Read More

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Requiem of the Human Soul

by Holly Chase Williams

It is one of the great travesties of the human experience that violence is often perpetrated by those claiming to follow Jesus, Mohammed, and other spiritual leaders who advocated peace. Therefore, the premise of this novel, a genetic... Read More

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Necropath

by Holly Chase Williams

As French philosopher Emile Cioran once said, “If only we could see ourselves as others see us, we should vanish on the spot.” Centuries later, on an Earth spaceport called Bengal Station, Jeff Vaughn has that ability, due to a brain... Read More

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Order in the House

by Holly Chase Williams

You fell in love. You got married. Now what? If you’re a Christian then God might be waiting for what He wants for your marriage—for you to establish His order in your house. In this thoughtful compassionate volume Nelson encourages... Read More

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