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Catho Darlington--Lessons Learned in the Space Age
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 82,410. Language: English. Published: June 22, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Humor, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
NOTE: THIS IS THE TEXT-ONLY version of Catho Darlington. Catho goes from pigtails to pompadoured ponytail, leaving in her wake a hodgepodge of humorous and heartwarming experiences. It is all done with a gusto that can only be fermented with sassafras tea and "acifidity bags." Midwest Book Review says, "an original and genuinely talented author..heartwarming style."
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,140. Language: English. Published: March 21, 2012 by Triple V Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action, Fiction » Science fiction » Steampunk & retropunk
Patty needs to know why Damon keeps winning the quarter mile uphill races in his Charger. She knows he's up to something, just doesn't know what. When she's forced to race him, she has to choose between winning, and finding out.
Resolution: A Rez Novel
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 41,000. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled, Fiction » Adventure » Men’s adventure
This is the 2015 revised edition of Resolution. Every page has be reworked, nearly 10,000 words have been cut, and the overall story is now more streamlined to reestablish the base of this series. Resolution, the first book in the series, Rez teams up with his police contact Nobel Capucilli to solve the unsettling, but also unclear message handwritten across the chest of an unknown murder victim.
Bangin' Gears & Bustin' Heads
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 64,810. Language: English. Published: July 11, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
In the late 1950’s, a teenager’s most coveted item was a driver’s license. It gave every 16 year-old relative freedom, but it also gave some teens a permit to do stupid things with, what amounted to, a four-wheeled weapon. In a small Midwestern town, that license was a way to explore surroundings, an opportunity to show off and, for a few, akin to signing a death certificate.