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The Monster
Josh Soule
Narrator: Scott Cluthe

YOUNG ADULT/SUSPENSE/THRILLER:  The story begins with a nameless narrator, one who is dealing with struggles with his ex-girlfriend, best friend, and mother.  Life becomes even harder when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation and being named the number one suspect.  With little choice, the narrator takes off rather than facing the possibility of going to jail.  The

Ryan Collins seems to have it all. As a successful photographer, he has the money and lifestyle many only dream of. Emily is settling into her new home, left to her by her Aunt Millie, while continuing to work on her sketches. As Ryan and Emily stumbled upon their towns’ dirty little secrets, both of their lives are temporarily put on hold until they can testify.

Lovely Digits
Jeanine
Englert

HISTORICAL:  Spinster Lucy Wycliffe had her career handed down to her due to her parents’ untimely deaths when she was a child. As the ‘layer out’ of the deceased in Clun, England in 1849, Lucy often finds herself at the center of the town gossip mill for having such an unorthodox career.

All the Wrong Places
Randi
Perrin

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  American born, Australian raised, Rachel Kennedy is down on her luck. As a struggling actress, she has had her fair share of rejection along the way. At a recent audition, after losing a shoe and using the wrong accent, she cemented her bad luck streak.

Genex of Halcyon
Joshua
Stelling

SCI-FI: CNF  InD'tale magazine was unable to review this book, as it contains sexual scenes that are not within our guidelines.

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