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Dream Vacation Becomes Nightmarish Journey, New Novel Reveals a Camping Trip Hijacked by Escaped Convicts
AMISSVILLE, Va., January 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Everyone has nightmares -- fears that are sublimated into the unconscious rising to the surface when we are at our most vulnerable. Challenging and conquering these fears is one way to end these haunting dreams. Or is it? Author R. Leland Waldrip explores this possibility in his latest thriller "Griz Nightmare" (now available as an ebook from 1stBooks Library), the eagerly awaited sequel to "The Last Grizzly."
``For Sully's Sake'' -- New Novel Asks: Is a Reporter's Job Becoming a Dangerous Mission?
WAKEFIELD, Mass., January 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The tragic death of reporter Daniel Pearl proves that the life of a journalist is not a walk in the park. "For Sully's Sake" (now available through 1stBooks Library) exposes the dangers and the pitfalls of a reporter's job. Set in Boston at the height of urban tension and drug wars, former newspaperman and author Harris Jameson tells the story of Homer Janos.
``Unexpected Returns'' -- New book offers delightful taste of nostalgia
VENICE, Fla., January 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- On an early, rainy morning during the early 1960s, Kate Moran Mack receives a telephone caller with an English accent, asking if he has reached the correct Mack home. Charles Jeffers, a close friend of her deceased husband, with whom they had lost contact prior to WWII, is in the States on business. After much ado about hearing a voice from the past, Kate, with tears rolling down her face, arranges to meet with him. And so starts M.P. Reardon's touching retospective "Unexpected Returns" (now available through 1stBooks Library).
``The Destiny Family'' -- New novel reveals the true meaning of family
NEW YORK, January 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Angie fantasized about adventure and travel, but mostly about love and being loved. So far she hadn't been very lucky. Trapped in a loveless marriage, her only happiness was her son and the books she reads. With this, Vicki Long sets the precedent for her novel in "The Destiny Family: One Eve in April, One Eve in June" (now available through 1stBooks Library).
Empower Your Mind and Soul with Collection of Inspirational Poems and Quotations
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla., January 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Author Don Lavende has written several inspirational books for a non-profit group founded by cancer survivors called The Lighted Stairway. Most of his writings are based on personal accounts of those who have experienced different types of "celestial intervention" in their lives. In his latest book "Spiritual Poems and Inspirational Quotes" (now available through 1stBooks Library), Lavende compiles some of the most popular and moving literary works from series of devotional books published by The Lighted Stairway.