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Mama and Boo Boo’s Adventures on Flat Top Mountain

  • Fiction
  • Novel

Boo Boo is Mama’s first cub. Their adventures and fun traverse from Flat Top Mountain through Western North Carolina. This is the first in a series of books designed to enlighten and educate the youth of the world.

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AbuChez and BoJean: Sisterhood Between Adopted Dogs

  • Fiction
  • Novel

Do you love animals? AbuChez and BoJean: Sisterhood Between Adopted Dogs is a wonderfully entertaining tale of two adopted dogs who become sisters and family. It is told entirely from AbuChezs’ perspective which makes it fun and playful. There are many triumphs and tribulations. Mostly it is about the bonds and love between pets and humans.

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The Swindler

  • Fiction

Are you an investor? Do you trust your broker to do as you ask with your money? Based on a true story, The Swindler will show you how easy it is for your broker to deceive you.

Skip Horowitz, the main character, has followed in the footsteps of his personal hero, Bernie Madoff, if perhaps, on a smaller scale. Instead of conning people for billions of dollars Skip Horowitz organizations have taken hundreds of millions of dollars and used them as if they were their own. Here’s how it works….

Skip and his old pal from Jersey, A.J., create what they believe is a foolproof Ponzi Scheme using commodities trading, bookmaking, and various other businesses as a plausible cover. Their plan has served them well for decades. Skip is seen as the “Teflon man” by his competitors and feels he is invincible.

As Skip becomes more and more successful his lavish lifestyle and highly touted regular rate of returns comes under the scrutiny of the SEC, NFA, and CFTC who oversee commodities trading. Investigations by these governmental oversight agencies have been on and off for quite some time because there has been no solid proof to support any allegations of wrongdoing. Will Skip’s luck continue to hold or is his time up?

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Three Years With Adonis

  • Drama
  • Fiction
  • Romance
  • Screenplay
  • Thriller

How can anything that felt so right be so completely and utterly wrong? Zoë asks herself this exact question as she stands before the judge — and the world — when Jake has falsely accused her of domestic violence. Three years ago, when Zoë met the dashing, intelligent, and fanciful Jake, she had no idea of his dark agenda. She fell hopelessly, completely, and foolishly in love with him. Too soon she would find out what he wanted with her, and it had little to do with romance. Jake learned the art of grifting from his two elder sisters who’d made a nice, comfortable, life out of selecting, marrying, and then divorcing rich and powerful men. He sought out women who had powerful jobs, owned their own homes, and had large bank accounts, then swindled them for all they had — leaving them powerless, lovesick, and co-dependent. He had amassed a large fortune doing so and felt absolutely no remorse. By the time the story ends, Zoë loses everything, including her self-esteem. It’s about a fight for one’s self, for the right and the ability to love yourself when nobody else does, and finally, to move on with your life anew.

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The Developer

  • Drama
  • Fiction
  • Novel
  • Romance
  • Thriller

Frank LeCourt, aka Sheik Al Farout, has just won an $18 million bid to build on the old naval site in Key West. This $18 million mystery man began his life as a New England fisherman, but fishing was not paying his bills. While searching for the meaning of life, he happens upon a commune in northern New York state, where his innate intelligence pays off big! In the Oneida commune he meets a rich heiress who becomes pregnant with his son. He figures, correctly, he is on his way to Lucky Street, but her family is outraged and unwilling to let this unsavory man into their close-knit family. A fight ensues. He refuses to leave without a big payout. The negotiations begin. LeCourt is adamant that he deserve the money—large amounts of money—in exchange for letting go of his unborn son. His pregnant partner’s family ends up paying off LeCourt to get out of their lives and never be seen again. But will he go away, or come back like a bad check? LeCourt makes his way down to the Florida Keys and then Key West. He makes it his business to get to know the inside circle of leaders there. He sets his sights on Woodrift Annex. The commune taught LeCourt how to think big and use other people’s money to effectuate his elaborate dreams. LeCourt hopes to translate his newly acquired funds into a world-class development at Woodrift Annex. LeCourt hires a team of competent organizations to help develop his dream into a workable reality, and to help him to sell it to the City of Key West, which is less enamored with it than he. After many tries and numerous grafts he succeeds, but can his luck hold out or will his dream come crashing down around him? This twisted tale portrays a visionary yet wholly corrupt man on the brink of bankruptcy before his dream is complete, hiring and firing people at whim, mercilessly using people from one end of the continent to the other … do the good guys finish last?