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978-1-62516-787-3-LMoiserCover1Moore Field School and the Mystery

Action/Adventure
Author: Liam Moiser Keywords: Tween, Children, Mystery, Manchester, England

Web:
Publisher Web Site: http://sbprabooks.com/LiamMoiser
Author Web Site: http://sbprabooks.com/LiamMoiser/

Book Details:
ISBN: 9781625167873
Publish Year: 2013
Pages: 118
Word Count: 28641
Publisher: SBPRA
Softcover – Length: 6.0 Width: 9.0
$ 10.95
Alt ISBN 9781631355417
e-book – EPUB – $ 4.99 Alt ISBN 9781631355424
e-book – KINDLE – $ 4.99

Overview: Moore Field School and the Mystery is the start of an exciting children’s series featuring Samantha, whose parents teach at her school, Moore Field School in Manchester, England. Her best friend is Jessica. But Moore Field School is about to close down. At the last minute, the headmistress, Miss Moore, moves the school to Lakeview, a place she’s always liked. Just what is the mystery at Moore Field School? Before the first term starts at Lakeview, the students go to camp, where they hear about a local haunted house. Meanwhile, some scary men are searching for long-lost trophies that they will do anything to find. They even search Miss Moore’s office for clues to where the trophies could be hidden. What’s happening with the trophies and how is Moore Field School involved? Review: Liam Moiser’s debut book, a mystery for Tweens, is intriguing and full of British flavor! “Moore Field School and the Mystery” provides not only an introduction to some memorable characters, but also an authentic look into the life of relatively affluent British school children. Written as an introductory story, setting the stage for further stories in a series, Moiser sets the tone and pace with realistic dialogue, and hints of future supernatural interaction with the introduction of ghosts in the closing chapters. I really enjoyed the ending, but you’ll have to read that for yourself… Awards: Honorable Mention in the Readers’ Favorite International Contest For more information about this fine book or for a custom catalog please email Support@PublishOnDemandGlobal.com.

fishingFishing in Foreign Seas

Action/Adventure
Author: William Peace
Keywords: Romance, Temptation, Business, Contract, Sale, Sicily, Sex
Web:
Publisher Web Site: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/FishingInForeignSeas.html
Author Web Site: http://www.williampeace.net
Book Details: ISBN: 9781608602810
Publish Year: 2009
Pages: 460
Word Count: 178694
Publisher: SBPRA hardcover – Length: 6.0 Width: 9.0
$ 29.54
Alt ISBN 9781622122127
e-book – EPUB – $ 9.99
Alt ISBN 9781622122134
e-book – KINDLE

Overview: It’s love at first sight when US Naval Officer Jamie Morrison meets Caterina Lo Gado, the beautiful daughter of an aristocratic wine-making family, at an opera in Sicily. Their passionate love unfolds amidst the Sicilian backdrop. Marrying after a tantalizing year, they move to Boston, Philadelphia and then Atlanta where Jamie’s multi-million dollar sales career reaches a crisis. While pursuing a huge contract, he’s sorely tempted by his voluptuous, young PA, and he encounters an autocratic and unethical customer chief executive. Will these two individuals wreck his marriage and his career? Review: “In his first novel Mr. Peace has spun a tale of the moral dilemmas confronting his protagonist both in his personal and professional life. Jamie Morrison, a likeable, intelligent, up and coming young executive with his company’s power generation group has the opportunity for the biggest sale deal of his career. The intricacies and machinations of closing the deal make for exciting and absorbing reading. Lots of tension there. In the meantime his wife, who has played the corporate gypsy as he climbed the corporate ladder, finds herself living in a town where she feels she doesn’t fit in. Caterina is a stay at home mom with two young daughters and a Downs Syndrome little boy who keep her busy, but she knows something is missing. Tension at home, too. As the business deal reaches its conclusion, Jamie discovers that it will only become reality if he does something unethical. Tempted by the attractiveness and sexiness of his personal assistant, he faces another dilemma, as he considers cheating on his wife. In a delightful way, the chapters move back and forth from the present business dealings and home life to the story of their personal life. These chapters tell how he met his wife when he was a naval officer in port in Sicily. Seeing this beautiful woman at an opera, he manages to engage her in conversation and she later agrees to lunch with him. Her family owns a winery and he visits there. Their relationship develops into love. As her mother observes their obvious attraction and feelings and scared that they will marry and go to America, she warns her daughter about “fishing in foreign seas.” However, to no avail, as the young couple do marry. He leaves the navy, goes to work for a large manufacturing company, and they first settle in the Boston area. Other chapters detail their early married life, birth of children, and his progression in the company. As an aside, for those readers who only think Mafia when they hear the word Sicily, it should be noted that the chapters in Sicily provide wonderful insights into the history, culture and people of this island with which many readers might not be familiar. Mr. Peace has created two very appealing characters in Jamie and Caterina. For more information about this fine book or for a custom catalog please email Support@PublishOnDemandGlobal.com.

palidineShield of the Palidine

Action/Adventure
Author: Barbara T. Cerny
Keywords: Frightful Creatures, Princess, Imagination, Village, Peasants
Web:
Publisher Web Site: http://sbpra.com/BarbaraTCerny
Author Web Site: https://barbaracernybooks.wordpress.com/
Book Details:
ISBN: 9781631353390
Publish Year: 2014
Pages: 364
Word Count: 119000
Publisher: SBPRA
Softcover – Length: 6.0 Width: 9.0
$ 17.50
Alt ISBN 9781622123698
Hardcover – Length: 6.0 Width: 9.0 – $ 30.00

Overview: Accidently discovering a portal between Earth and Amorgos, Pierre and Elise find themselves surrounded by frightful creatures that are quite beyond their imagination. Princess Elise d’Orleans, niece to King Louis XIII, is a spoiled brat used to having everyone cater to her every need. She hates Amorgos, hates the races living there, and hates the fact that everyone believes she is their Redeemer. She is supposedly the One to free them from enslavement of their common enemy, the Asmodai. But most of all, Elise hates the fact that the only other human in Amorgos is a stinky peasant who doesn’t kowtow to her every whim. Pierre Tonnelier, the village journeyman cooper, finds an extraordinary necklace in the woods outside Chateau de Saint-Germain en Laye, a castle in the French countryside outside Paris. He is forced to sell this unusual piece to pay off his father’s debts. What he didn’t contend with was the necklace taking him on a strange journey along with an egotistical royal pain in the derriere! Shield of the Palidine chronicles the journey of Elise to find the true Redeemer, Pierre’s transformation to a warrior of immense abilities, and their unbridled love, despite all the tensions of class, bigotry and intolerance. Barbara T. Cerny is an information technology specialist and supervisor at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, and a retired Army officer. She is married and has two children and has authored Of Angels and Orphans, Tressa, and Grays Hill. Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/BarbaraTCerny Review: Pierre Tonnelier and his best friend, Guy Bagot, had a rare free day. The seven-year-old boys used the time to explore the woods around Chateau de Saint-Germain en Laye, one of the many summer castles of the French king, Louis XIII. Pierre fell into a hole, and found an expensive-looking necklace. The boys decided to keep the necklace to sell when they For more information about this fine book or for a custom catalog please email Support@PublishOnDemandGlobal.com.

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