“Grounds for Murder”
Tara Lush

When Lana Lewis’ best — and most difficult — employee abruptly quits and joins the competition days before the Sunshine State Barista Championship, her café’s chances of winning are creamed. Lana’s calm demeanor quickly heats up when she meets the arrogant Java slinger. But when he’s found dead the next morning behind Lana’s café, she becomes the prime suspect.

Lana is ready to catch the real killer with her hippie father, Stanley Shih Tzu, at her side. As scandal hangs over her beachside café, can Lana clear her name and win the championship — or will she come to a bitter end? Buy at https://amzn.to/32D1mqS.

“Franklin Rock”
by Mark Klein

Sometimes heroes show up when we least expect it.

Franklin Rock has arrived just as we need him most. A series of unexplained visions and events revealed a future that Franklin Rock could not have imagined while he was in college. Franklin realizes in one amazing moment that his future is going to be an adventure like no other. Franklin’s journey to fulfill his mission to fix the globe is guided by Professor Charles Niemeyer, a mentor like Gandalf.

Franklin is a modern-day Siddhartha meeting Forrest Gump. He also meets some of the most important minds in history such as Albert Einstein and Martin Luther King Jr. Buy at https://amzn.to/3oSomvt.

Arthur Jeon

A private high school scholarship student decides to kill the president in an act of environment protection.

Ben Wallace never set out to be an environmental activist. He becomes angry at the president’s lies about climate change, his attacks on climate science, as well as the destruction of the natural environment. He determines there is only a solution: a desperate, but necessary act to defend his generation and environmental activism.

These historical fiction events weave together into a thrilling suspense thriller racing towards a shocking conclusion. It’s equal parts climate thriller, thinkpiece, and spiritual adventure. Buy at https://amzn.to/3m8DyTH.

“Life Is a Ride”
Chris Joseph

Chris Joseph, 59 years old, discovered he had third stage pancreatic cancer in 2016. Joseph was overcome with panic and fear and decided to undergo chemotherapy. This was almost a fatal error.

His body was poisoned by chemotherapy for months and almost destroyed his spirit. Joseph quit his oncologist without a plan and began a new path to healing. This included both Western and natural medicine immunotherapy. It opened his eyes and helped him heal spiritually and physically.

Joseph’s life is documented in Life is a Ride. It documents his journey from terror and doubt, to independence, redemption and love. Anyone who has ever struggled with illness, or in any other hopeless situation will be inspired by Joseph’s determination and courage. Buy at https://amzn.to/31sCa6y.

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