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What Are We Doing Here?

by Liam Brennan

This collection of screenplays poems and just about everything in between was pieced together by author Franci Ferrari who has high hopes that this work will “[change] the way mankind views humanity.” This ultimate goal may be out of... Read More

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Peace Corpse

by Liam Brennan

Four intelligent youths from very different background arrive in the city of Stockholm for the annual Youth For Peace demonstrations in hopes of changing their lives and the unique worlds in which they live. But a fight for peace becomes... Read More

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Mirror Image

by Liam Brennan

Richard Flewelling relates an out-of-this-world story in this novel based on actual events—a story that is entirely fictitious yet moderately real. Poor storytelling and awkward prose makes it hard to decipher what exactly happened to... Read More

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The Redemption of Oppenheimer

by Liam Brennan

The life and times of the controversial Manhattan Project leader J. Robert Oppenheimer are lightly touched upon in this novel by writer Robert Montagnese. The author weaves his web of fiction using actual people locations and events.... Read More

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The Decade Of Blind Dates

by Liam Brennan

A gay dad plunges into the world of blind dates hoping to find that one perfect person who will change his life. But the perfect man proves harder to find than Peter Bauman and his supportive family expect and his search uncovers a... Read More

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Believing the Unbelievable

by Liam Brennan

The cruel and inhumane tactics employed by the infamous Christian Brothers in Ireland are recounted in this gripping and emotional firsthand account from one of the victims. Author Benjamin Franklin relates his harrowing life story... Read More

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