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The Best Substitute Ever: As Told By a Fifth Grader by Daniel Galt

The Best Substitute Ever: As Told By a Fifth Grader

Written by: Daniel Galt

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: www.facebook.com/DanielGaltBooksLLC/

Follow student Gregory Gaines, as he tells what happened when he was a fifth grader at Workaholic Elementary School. Like it or not, substitutes are a part of school, and I bet you’ve had one that you really liked. This story is about a special substitute, and his name is Mr. Prosper. By the time you finish reading this book, I know you’ll want him at your school, too!

Workaholic Elementary School (WES) is a model school. All other principals and teachers nearby wished their school was just like it. From August to October, WES started off the school year on a roll; no student, Kindergarten through fifth grade, had been sent to Principal Paige’s office for misbehaving. This was true until one fifth grade student left, and another from Highland Elementary School took his place via the school lottery. The new student is Steve “The Bee” Sting.

Gregory not only tells you what happens during Mr. Prosper’s ten day assignment, but also what happens the rest of the school year. What makes Mr. Prosper so special? He is the type of teacher who really cares about his students. You may think that’s not possible, because all the substitutes you’ve had didn’t seem to care. Well, this is not true about Mr. Prosper! If you want to know just how much he does care, and why Gregory and his classmates declare him the best substitute ever, read and find out.

Throughout the book, Gregory and his classmates learn why it’s important not to judge a book by its cover; quiet people have something to say; the importance of good sportsmanship; that we all have bad days; engaging in a little friendly competition is good; change is a good thing; and the importance of learning from your mistakes.

The Bigfoot Incident by Archer O’Brien with P.N. Ofinowicz

The Bigfoot Incident

Written by: Archer O’Brien with P.N. Ofinowicz

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Deputy O’Brien peels back the placid veneer from his remote mountain town in a novel-like memoir of lust, love, violence and the mystery of Bigfoot. What killed the honeymooning hikers? What left the huge humanlike footprints? O’Brien searches for answers and discovers unsuspected truths.

The Blackmail Club by David Bishop

The Blackmail Club

Written by: David Bishop

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.davidbishopbooks.com/

Washington, D.C., is a town full of powerful people hiding ugly secrets. The blackmailer, a renaissance man, keeps his promise: pay me, I’ll return the evidence of your indiscretions and illegalities and you’ll never hear from me again. His victims, having paid and not been further extorted are reticent to admit having been blackmailed.

The Blood Archive : Book Two, Russian Trilogy by Minerva Taylor

The Blood Archive : Book Two, Russian Trilogy

Written by: Minerva Taylor

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://thebloodstiller.com

A KGB killer hunts for a lost archive, worth billions, destined to change the course of history. Katya Marston, a refined English woman and Roo Yoder, a Midwestern sheriff, hold the key to locating the archive, linked to the brutal murder of the Romanovs in 1918. The mismatched couple race between London, New York and the French Alps to find the treasure and escape death at the hands of the KGB.

The Blood Stiller  by Minerva Taylor

The Blood Stiller

Written by: Minerva Taylor

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New York socialite Christina Gartner befriends her White Russian neighbor and stumbles on a dangerous secret from her past. Christina is drawn into an émigré conspiracy and a love affair, and discovers she is on the kill list of a spy plotting against the Russian government. This historically accurate thriller weaves intrigue in revolutionary Russia and modern New York into a compelling read.

The Blue Kangaroo! ~ A Children's Musical  by KC Remington

The Blue Kangaroo! ~ A Children's Musical

Written by: KC Remington

Available In: eBook

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Often called surreal The Blue Kangaroo! is a love story couched in a farce. (what kids like love stories?) About 45min long it's entertaining for them and adults.

The Botticelli Affair by Traci L. Slatton

The Botticelli Affair

Written by: Traci L. Slatton

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.tracilslatton.com/

Luscious art forger Laila Cambridge has a little vampire problem…. She’s a high-spirited woman with a sordid past, trying to go straight. Enter gorgeous John Bolingbroke, a half-vampire with news of her missing father. From New York through Paris, Amsterdam, and Rome, while fleeing ruthless vampires, Laila searches desperately for her father and a lost painting that holds a coveted secret.

The Brasov Legacy by Paul Emmet Carey

The Brasov Legacy

Written by: Paul Emmet Carey

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.paulemmetcarey.com/

Even today in Romania people still seal their dead relatives into their graves by circling the graves whilst burning incense. This, they believe, will prevent the bodies from turning into Moroi. The undead that some people refer to as vampires. Vampires have long been hunted in Eastern Europe and most have been destroyed or driven out but where did they go?

The Bright Face of Danger by Winslow Eliot

The Bright Face of Danger

Written by: Winslow Eliot

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://winsloweliot.com/

One fateful night a shot rings out. A pretty farm girl disappears with a scandalous secret that could destroy a political empire. A year later, she resurfaces with a stunning new face that dazzles Hollywood and ignites the passion of movie executive Dom Whitfield. Dom is tormented by the feeling that he already knows her, but what he doesn’t know is she is hiding from a man who wants her dead.

The Case of Something Rotten in Denmark by Dr. Bruce E. Briley

The Case of Something Rotten in Denmark

Written by: Dr. Bruce E. Briley

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.drbruceebriley.com/

Holmes investigates baffling murders at Kronborg Castle in Denmark, which has a bloody history. Five suspects emerge. Holmes and Watson become part of the casts in a Shakespeare Festival there. A mysterious, threatening letter arrives, and a tower clock plays a major role. Holmes concludes that they were being used as a distraction, to Watson’s chagrin.

The Case of the Lost Folio by Bruce Briley

The Case of the Lost Folio

Written by: Bruce Briley

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.drbruceebriley.com/

First of a series of Sherlock Holmes Forbidden Adventures under the Imprimatur of The Conan-Doyle Estate. The wife of a missing Oxford Don enlists Holmes’ aid, leading to strange events at Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, No. 10 Downing Street, Stratford Upon Avon, etc. Pursuing the Bard’s storied Lost Folio, foul murders occur, Royal embarrassment looms and Moriarity’s influence arises.

The Case of the Royal Leper by Dr. Bruce E. Briley

The Case of the Royal Leper

Written by: Dr. Bruce E. Briley

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.drbruceebriley.com/

A member of the British peerage is diagnosed with leprosy, a disease intolerable to the Crown. Holmes and Watson are requested to clandestinely convey the unwilling individual to a leper colony on Molokai. Thus begins an epic set of adventures fraught with dangers of every description, ranging over infection, shootings, drowning, scalping, poisoning, etc.

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