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FAT CHANCE Steven Berger
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$7.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682730768
Journalist Sebastian Wren is about to interview retired judge Aaron Meckler, only to learn that he has been found hanged. The police suspect suicide. His daughter Adrianne thinks not. Then Adrianne's art gallery is vandalized. When stranger Elizabeth Brown shows up at Judge Mekler’s memorial service, and reveals her husband was recently found hanged, they all suspect a connection. A third hanging opens the door to a possible link with a new “fat pill.” Suicides? Murders? Vandalism? Sebastian and his friends uncover the truth in this fast-paced new mystery novel.
The Fifth Estate Steven Berger
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633183247
A late night knock sends writer SEBASTIAN WREN mentally back 30-some years because the woman at the door resembles his former lover, MORGAN O’CONNOR. It is Morgan’s born-out-of-wedlock daughter CHELSEA. She came to solicit Sebastian’s help to get back her kidnapped mother. Sebastian realizes Chelsea could not be his daughter, but the twin mysteries of her parentage and her mother’s abduction, along with a scant clue on a cell phone, send the pair to L.A. where Sebastian is reunited with several old friends from his college days. The reunion introduces friends to help the pair on their journey. A phone call demands a ransom to be paid in Seattle––where Morgan had moved to ensure Chels ...
Ursula's Yahrtzeit Candle Steven Berger
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781620305713
Ursula Frank, an 87-year-old woman, who has lived and seen it all from Nazi-scorched Europe to pre-Castro Cuba, was looking for a clever exit from her mortal coil by going into East L.A. at night looking for trouble. Unintentionally she interrupts the gang initiation of Reuben Montanez, a 17-year-old good guy who was simply hoping for a better life than his honest hard-working (deceased) brother. Little does Reuben know that Ursula just might have the answer to his hopes of a better life, if only she can share it with him before it is too late—for either of them