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By Thomas Joyce
This is the second of three novels in which the central character is Karl Marbach. This story begins on the first Saturday in August of 1945, three months after the end of the war in Europe. Stephan Kaas—former SS Major Stephan Kaas—is walking the Ringstrasse, the great circular boulevard of Vienna, Austria. Vienna is a Soviet-occupied city. There are only token numbers of American, British, and French soldiers in the city, but newspapers are announcing the imminent arrival of troops from all four of the Allied countries. Soon Vienna will be divided into four occupation zones. Kaas goes to the Hotel Regina, the headquarters for the small American force in Vienna. He is confident he can find and deliver to the Americans Dr. Hans von Hassler, a prominent physicist who is also a Nazi war criminal. Kaas is confident the grateful Americans will put him on his way to a good life in the postwar world if he captures Dr. von Hassler for them. Inside the Hotel Regina, Kaas meets with Captain Millican, a young American who was a police officer before the war. For Millican, there could be trouble enlisting the services of Kaas before the Allied occupation of Vienna is formalized, but he makes the decision to send Kaas out on the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. While searching for Dr. von Hassler, Kaas learns that former Vienna police inspector Karl Marbach has just shown up in Vienna and that Marbach has brought Anna Krassny to the British army hospital. In 1938, Kaas was deeply in love with Anna. He looks forward to seeing her again, but when he visits the hospital, he finds that Anna has been badly scarred, and appalled by the scars, he resolves to never see her again. Anna and her doctor, Pamela Green, a Jewish surgeon, become close friends. Anna calls her new friend Dr. Pammy. Although she is an American, Pammy is serving in the Royal British Medical Corps because the United States military wasn’t taking women surgeons into the army in 1942, when, after her husband was killed in the Pacific, she was determined to get into military service as a surgeon. Pammy knows that Anna will never again be a great beauty, but she is determined to make her look as good as possible. The two become close friends, and the incorrigibly romantic Anna encourages Pammy to go with Karl Marbach to a black market café. In the course of things, Marbach and Pammy quickly become lovers. When Pammy teases Marbach about being a Gentile, he tells her how he hid out from the Russian Army near the end of the war by joining up with a Red Cross unit that entered Theresienstadt, the walled town turned into a ghetto by the Nazi SS. It was the place to which Jews were sent before going to extermination camps. Marbach says that in Theresienstadt, he heard a speech delivered by Rabbi Leo Baeck that had a powerful effect on him. He shows Pammy a piece of paper on which he wrote down some of Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words, and he reads them to her. The words help to bind the two lovers together. A few days later, Marbach and Kaas join forces in the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. They capture the former Nazi scientist, but Marbach gets badly wounded. For his part in the capture, Kaas is guaranteed to have a good postwar life courtesy of the Americans. In the British hospital in Vienna, Pammy finds that her unconscious lover is being tended to by Anna. The two women finally leave Marbach’s room and go off to find a hospital room they can stay in. Pammy is exhausted since she hasn’t slept in more than a day. While Pammy falls asleep in a hospital bed, Anna reads to her Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words about how to live in a world filled with man’s follies: “We stand before our God. We bow to him, and we stand upright and erect before human beings.”
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By Thomas Joyce
This is the second of three novels in which the central character is Karl Marbach. This story begins on the first Saturday in August of 1945, three months after the end of the war in Europe. Stephan Kaas—former SS Major Stephan Kaas—is walking the Ringstrasse, the great circular boulevard of Vienna, Austria. Vienna is a Soviet-occupied city. There are only token numbers of American, British, and French soldiers in the city, but newspapers are announcing the imminent arrival of troops from all four of the Allied countries. Soon Vienna will be divided into four occupation zones. Kaas goes to the Hotel Regina, the headquarters for the small American force in Vienna. He is confident he can find and deliver to the Americans Dr. Hans von Hassler, a prominent physicist who is also a Nazi war criminal. Kaas is confident the grateful Americans will put him on his way to a good life in the postwar world if he captures Dr. von Hassler for them. Inside the Hotel Regina, Kaas meets with Captain Millican, a young American who was a police officer before the war. For Millican, there could be trouble enlisting the services of Kaas before the Allied occupation of Vienna is formalized, but he makes the decision to send Kaas out on the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. While searching for Dr. von Hassler, Kaas learns that former Vienna police inspector Karl Marbach has just shown up in Vienna and that Marbach has brought Anna Krassny to the British army hospital. In 1938, Kaas was deeply in love with Anna. He looks forward to seeing her again, but when he visits the hospital, he finds that Anna has been badly scarred, and appalled by the scars, he resolves to never see her again. Anna and her doctor, Pamela Green, a Jewish surgeon, become close friends. Anna calls her new friend Dr. Pammy. Although she is an American, Pammy is serving in the Royal British Medical Corps because the United States military wasn’t taking women surgeons into the army in 1942, when, after her husband was killed in the Pacific, she was determined to get into military service as a surgeon. Pammy knows that Anna will never again be a great beauty, but she is determined to make her look as good as possible. The two become close friends, and the incorrigibly romantic Anna encourages Pammy to go with Karl Marbach to a black market café. In the course of things, Marbach and Pammy quickly become lovers. When Pammy teases Marbach about being a Gentile, he tells her how he hid out from the Russian Army near the end of the war by joining up with a Red Cross unit that entered Theresienstadt, the walled town turned into a ghetto by the Nazi SS. It was the place to which Jews were sent before going to extermination camps. Marbach says that in Theresienstadt, he heard a speech delivered by Rabbi Leo Baeck that had a powerful effect on him. He shows Pammy a piece of paper on which he wrote down some of Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words, and he reads them to her. The words help to bind the two lovers together. A few days later, Marbach and Kaas join forces in the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. They capture the former Nazi scientist, but Marbach gets badly wounded. For his part in the capture, Kaas is guaranteed to have a good postwar life courtesy of the Americans. In the British hospital in Vienna, Pammy finds that her unconscious lover is being tended to by Anna. The two women finally leave Marbach’s room and go off to find a hospital room they can stay in. Pammy is exhausted since she hasn’t slept in more than a day. While Pammy falls asleep in a hospital bed, Anna reads to her Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words about how to live in a world filled with man’s follies: “We stand before our God. We bow to him, and we stand upright and erect before human beings.”
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By Lilah Baker

Boris could not resist anymore. He said, ‘’Enough already,” then reached out and pulled Cecile into his arms. She held on to him, and he could feel her heart beating erratically in her chest, as was his. God, she felt good in his arms. He smiled down at her, ignoring her coworkers, whose mouths were gaped open in surprise.

Since the day she had told him about her tragedy, he realized how much he wanted to hold her in his arms and comfort her, how much she had come to mean to him.

The last time they had ran into each other in the hallway and he had stood towering over her and she had listened to him so intently, she seemed oblivious to all the others as they passed. He had leaned down so closely to her and he wanted to kiss her so badly it ached. He knew she had felt it too.

Cecile was shocked that he would be so bold! And she loved it. She felt bereft when the elevator opened and he released her. One of her male coworkers said, “I believe that he just staked his clam, Cecile.”


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By Dana E. Kellogg

Journey of Awakening follows the life of Evan Providor from age twelve to age thirty. After the Plague of the early twenty-first century, Evan is required to become a Providor. The sterilization of the male population due to the Plague leaves only a few males with the ability to procreate. Evan must learn about his sexuality and what it means to be present to women. He also finds he is called to understand the spiritual side of himself as he moves through his teenage years, through young adulthood, and into his life as a young man. As an asset to humanity, Evan learns to cope with the stresses of his occupation and the ever-present threats to his life. Anne—his coach, friend, and lover—helps him as he grows into an aware man. He learns to bend the rules, break some rules, and reach out to the astral plane for life-enriching guidance.


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By Tom Gray
Tom Randal and three close friends leave on a bucket list dream vacation. Little did they know what is soon to ensue? Once in the Town of Red Lake they quickly attract the attention of four savvy female co-eds, also from the US. After a night of partying at the Hamilton Estate the four weary and hung over men fly out to a remote fishing outpost in northern Ontario. They will spend a week isolated and cut off from all means of communication. After only 24 hours of solitude and sport fishing bliss the scene dramatically changes. The unsuspecting vacationers soon have to band together to survive a whirlwind of natural disasters and ever present wilderness predators. The group is forced to endure to persevere. Vacation's over.
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By C.M. Gordon
What if I were to tell you my deepest darkest secret, what would you think of me? Jessica Matthews wants to tell you her life story. She is in fact the real Lady Mamalade, and that’s only a small part of her revelation. So at the age of eighty, she decides it’s time for the world to know her true life story. She begins reminiscing the time when she was sixteen years old and living in East London back in 1908, struggling to deal with her abusive mother. She craved to be a star, but her life was far from the glitz and glamour. Instead she had to deal with dire conditions and a world that was so cold toward her. What she reveals will shock you, but you will find out what she really was like as a person, who was her family, why she was famous, and what was the meaning behind the name.
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By C.M. Gordon
What if I were to tell you my deepest darkest secret, what would you think of me? Jessica Matthews wants to tell you her life story. She is in fact the real Lady Mamalade, and that’s only a small part of her revelation. So at the age of eighty, she decides it’s time for the world to know her true life story. She begins reminiscing the time when she was sixteen years old and living in East London back in 1908, struggling to deal with her abusive mother. She craved to be a star, but her life was far from the glitz and glamour. Instead she had to deal with dire conditions and a world that was so cold toward her. What she reveals will shock you, but you will find out what she really was like as a person, who was her family, why she was famous, and what was the meaning behind the name.
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By Jane Marie Malcolm
Amelia Island’s Goodbye Lie series “where Little House on the Prairie meets Gone With The Wind” “Intense drama, passion and laughter satisfy every emotion. Realistic characters, convincing dialogue and slap-you-silly moments in Mark of a Man will delight, charm and touch hearts.” -Kate Brown, author of The Rose Legends Amelia Island’s Mark of a Man It is 1898. Amidst the Spanish American War and a horrifying hurricane, the beloved Dunnigan family struggles to salvage their beguiling island existence.  Pat Dunnigan lives hard and loves wild.  His sister, Marie, is a beacon for trouble.  Will she forgive the unforgettable?  Will Pat’s demons become hers? Will he drive away his lover? Is she unsuitable? Pleasing. Poignant. Passionate. This is Amelia Island’s Mark of a Man. * * * … The breeze off the ocean aimed its balmy breath at the white beach cottage, snapping the faded blue cotton curtain at the open window. He’d long ago blown out the oil lamp. No need advertising anyone was in residence. Privacy and secrecy were always aphrodisiacs for him when it came to matters of the heart. Matters of the heart? What was that? It was more like matters of the loins. His grin was broad. His feelings for her were comprised of one thing … lust – pure, deep and dark. * * * Visit Jane Marie’s family-friendly blog at GraciousJaneMarie.blogspot.com, part of GraciousJaneMarie.com, for more about Amelia Island’s Goodbye Lie series, plus articles, recipes, projects, Martha Bear© silly stories, hand-painted Secret Pebbles©, future novels, and other treats to delight her diverse legion of readers. Find Jane Marie Malcolm on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram, too, and join her verbal voyage to …
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By Jerry Speight

Brandon is the only child of Shelly and Rick Seger, a prosperous couple, coping with an abundance of material possessions, a troubled marriage, conflicting career goals, and contrasting parenting philosophies. Lee Kyle lives with his older sister and single-parent mother Louise Kyle, who struggles to provide life’s basics for her family. The two boys meet when Louise moves her family into Brandon’s Owensboro, Kentucky, neighborhood. Although coming from vastly different backgrounds, the two boys are instantly drawn together, finding balance, comfort, and support in a friendship that sustains them in the present and the future.

What Mattered Most is an adult fiction novel inviting the reader to experience and hopefully identify with the unique and rare relationship of these two young men and their interactions with family, friends, and lovers. The story presents a parallel evolution of their lives as they adapt to parental influences, high school experiences, owning high-performance cars, acquiring girlfriends, discovering sexuality, and learning the effects of their choices on their future. The poetry and music of each era is carefully woven into the story to support and enhance the unfolding events and life experiences of the characters.


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By Tom Gray
Tom Randal and three close friends leave on a bucket list dream vacation. Little did they know what is soon to ensue? Once in the Town of Red Lake they quickly attract the attention of four savvy female co-eds, also from the US. After a night of partying at the Hamilton Estate the four weary and hung over men fly out to a remote fishing outpost in northern Ontario. They will spend a week isolated and cut off from all means of communication. After only 24 hours of solitude and sport fishing bliss the scene dramatically changes. The unsuspecting vacationers soon have to band together to survive a whirlwind of natural disasters and ever present wilderness predators. The group is forced to endure to persevere. Vacation's over.
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By Jerry Speight
Brandon is the only child of Shelly and Rick Seger, a prosperous couple coping with an abundance of material possessions, a troubled marriage, conflicting career goals, and contrasting parenting philosophies. Lee Kyle lives with his older sister and single-parent mother Louise Kyle, who struggles to provide life’s basics for her family. The two boys meet when Louise moves her family into Brandon’s Owensboro, Kentucky, neighborhood. Although coming from vastly different backgrounds, the two boys are instantly drawn together, finding balance, comfort, and support in a friendship that sustains them in the present and the future. What Mattered Most is an adult fiction novel inviting the reader to experience, and hopefully identify with the unique and rare relationship of these two young men and their interactions with family, friends, and lovers. The story presents a parallel evolution of their lives as they adapt to parental influences, high school experiences, owning high-performance cars, acquiring girlfriends, discovering sexuality, and learning the effects of their choices on their future. The poetry and music of each era is carefully woven into the story to support and enhance the unfolding events and life experiences of the characters.
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By Dana E. Kellogg

Journey of Awakening follows the life of Evan Providor from age twelve to age thirty. After the Plague of the early twenty-first century, Evan is required to become a Providor. The sterilization of the male population due to the Plague leaves only a few males with the ability to procreate. Evan must learn about his sexuality and what it means to be present to women. He also finds he is called to understand the spiritual side of himself as he moves through his teenage years, through young adulthood, and into his life as a young man. As an asset to humanity, Evan learns to cope with the stresses of his occupation and the ever-present threats to his life. Anne—his coach, friend, and lover—helps him as he grows into an aware man. He learns to bend the rules, break some rules, and reach out to the astral plane for life-enriching guidance.


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By Chris C Bresler
It is about the devastation the loss of love and divorce can effect, and then the miracle of finding one’s true love afterwards. It is an unfolding of the quest to spiritually force the universe to deliver that love as with magic. It is a reflection in song of the wonder of loving and being loved in return. And finally it is about lessons learned and things discovered during the journey of life and love.
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By Jane Marie Malcolm
Amelia Island’s Goodbye Lie series “where Little House on the Prairie meets Gone With The Wind” “Intense drama, passion and laughter satisfy every emotion. Realistic characters, convincing dialogue and slap-you-silly moments in Mark of a Man will delight, charm and touch hearts.” -Kate Brown, author of The Rose Legends Amelia Island’s Mark of a Man It is 1898. Amidst the Spanish American War and a horrifying hurricane, the beloved Dunnigan family struggles to salvage their beguiling island existence.  Pat Dunnigan lives hard and loves wild.  His sister, Marie, is a beacon for trouble.  Will she forgive the unforgettable?  Will Pat’s demons become hers? Will he drive away his lover? Is she unsuitable? Pleasing. Poignant. Passionate. This is Amelia Island’s Mark of a Man. * * * … The breeze off the ocean aimed its balmy breath at the white beach cottage, snapping the faded blue cotton curtain at the open window. He’d long ago blown out the oil lamp. No need advertising anyone was in residence. Privacy and secrecy were always aphrodisiacs for him when it came to matters of the heart. Matters of the heart? What was that? It was more like matters of the loins. His grin was broad. His feelings for her were comprised of one thing … lust – pure, deep and dark. * * * Visit Jane Marie’s family-friendly blog at GraciousJaneMarie.blogspot.com, part of GraciousJaneMarie.com, for more about Amelia Island’s Goodbye Lie series, plus articles, recipes, projects, Martha Bear© silly stories, hand-painted Secret Pebbles©, future novels, and other treats to delight her diverse legion of readers. Find Jane Marie Malcolm on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram, too, and join her verbal voyage to …
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By A.R. Talley
Tugging gently, he lifted me to my feet. “Annie,” he said again. “Do you want to dance?” I was speechless, entranced. How could this man do this to me time and time again? “You don’t know what you’re asking,” I said and turned from him so those cursed eyes wouldn’t trick me into saying something I would regret. “Then tell me, Annie. I’m not asking for a commitment, just a weekend. Give us a chance.” Give him a chance, isn’t that what he meant? I looked back at him, weighing the options. The longer I took to reply, the more his confidence waned. Apprehension crept over him like night across the sky. It made him vulnerable, and much to my dismay, more attractive. “David,” I said. “There’s something I think you should know.” David appears on Annie’s doorstep with hope in his eyes, intent on winning her love, unaware of Annie’s determination to keep Jeremy’s promise—remarry anyone but David Andrews. Not easily deterred, David lays his world at her feet. Annie is both frightened and enthralled. He is used to getting what he wants. She is, at heart, a small-town girl. He is confident and self-assured. She is careful and reserved. He lives in high society, his every move tracked in the tabloids. She teaches school, goes to church and the grocery store. David is convinced her quiet life is exactly what he needs. She’s not so sure. Ingratiating himself further into Annie’s life and family, David tries to convince her that they are destined to be together. Can he help her overcome her fears? Can he convince her to follow her heart? Can he make her forget Jeremy’s promise? In the final book of the David’s Song trilogy: It’s Annie’s Choice.
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