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When the brutal Russian soldiers invade 1940’s Lithuania, they ravage the countryside and the people. After her mother is murdered, young Ludmelia Kudirka flees to the safety of the forest. Vowing vengeance, she joins the partisans fighting for freedom in a David-and-Goliath struggle against the mighty Soviet war machine.

A Russian officer ordered to crush the partisans becomes enraged by Ludmelia’s escape, and the guerrilla warfare that is harassing his forces. Marshaling his killer instincts, he pursues Ludmelia and her fellow warriors into the dark forest, where he encounters something he never expected.

Out July 4th- available now for pre-order!

Amber Wolf is enjoyable as a narrative, edifying as history, and inspirational as a story of struggle, survival, and ethnic pride–the David of Lithuania is caught between the twin Goliaths of Russia and Germany. What can a young girl do? You’d be surprised.

– Steve O’Connor, author of The Witch at Rivermouth and The Spy in the City of Books

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Lonely Lily Phelps is orphaned and in debt at seventeen – but that’s not the worst of her problems. Her dark past, hidden even to her, causes her to see ghosts. A scared, naïve girl must grow up fast in a rural community if she is to find work, love, and have a future. She learns to cope, but the weight of the past threatens everything she loves. Because of her terrible secret, Lily must protect her family from the worst danger of all – herself.

Ursula Wong writes with a terse, sure voice, creating characters who are memorable and whose speech rings with overheard “country” honesty. Rich with insights into rural life, family, love, death, and redemption, from its frantic opening lines to its satisfying resolve, Purple Trees is a strong debut by a writer we are sure to hear from again.”
– David Daniel, author of Reunion and Six Off 66


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Trapped by a final promise to a dying woman, a reluctant Zack Taylor seeks her missing grandson, a slippery con man of the art world. Zack discovers the corruption beneath the glossy exteriors, confronting murder, greed, fraud, and a host of crimes that belie the beauty of the art in which the people deal.

A work of excellence. Each page turns with adventure and enthusiasm. The main character – although he is ‘larger than life’ in some ways is a completely believable character anyone can identify with. A great read.
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Ex-con Zack Taylor is desperately trying to build a better, saner life, but Fate has a different plan. His new business venture is threatened, his girlfriend has dumped him, and now a verngeful killer has been freed to stalk Zack once again.

Things get complicated when a mysterious recluse hires Zack to consult on a movie. Zack is adrift in a world of shadows, and must separate the real from the unreal. Someone doesn;t want the film to be made, and small acts of sabotage escalate.

Then people start dying, and Zack has another killer to deal with.

A great summer read. A flawed character trying to find his way — generally on the right side of the law. Zack has his own sense of right and wrong, but you’ll find yourself rooting for him, even when you disagree with his methods. Short chapters allow for stopping points, but you probably won’t stop very often. If you haven’t read the previous two books in the Zack Taylor series (“A Memory of Grief” and “A Fall From Grace”), you’ll be looking them up.
– Janice (Amazon)


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When a single mother is wrongly accused of murder, Zack Taylor must work to clear her name. Not an easy task, as everyone in the Maine town of Mill Springs thinks she’s guilty. Zack finds, however, plenty of people who wanted the victim dead. As the events around him begin to spiral out of control, Zack begins to do the same.

Zack is back! This is the sequel to Dale Phillips first novel A MEMORY OF GRIEF. I enjoyed this book as much as the first one. It was engaging right from the start and leaves the reader anxious to read the next Zack Taylor mystery. I highly recommend Dale Phillips mystery novels.
– Catherine Dougherty,  author (Amazon)


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Ex-con Zack Taylor is a man drifting through life, haunted and guilt-ridden from a past gunshot tragedy. When his friend dies in Maine of an apparent suicide, Zack is driven to pursue the truth. With only his wits and physical skills, he takes on life-threatening opponents, including an aggressive karate instructor, drug-dealing bikers, and a sinister crime gang. Despite finding a new love, his rage and ghosts drive him closer to the edge as he takes ever-greater risks with the law and his life.

A real page turner with likeable characters and a fast paced story line. Mr. Phillips holds your attention and keeps you reading as quickly as you can. I love the mixture of martial arts and mystery. I will definitely read more of his Zack Taylor books.
– Buckiboa  (Amazon)


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In the snowy Canadian wilderness, a terrifying legend springs to life, sparking a series of gruesome crimes. Government agent Sean Laporte is sent to investigate, and must contend with an obsessive, resourceful foe, a hostile environment, and an elusive search for the truth. He is soon pulled between worlds of myth and madness, a present haunted by the past, and a primitive world of mystery and power.

Phillips is a new author to me, and I’ll look forward to reading more of his books. I love books where I can be right there in the middle of the story and forget I’m even reading. This book did that for me. I probably shouldn’t have read it before I went to bed, but that’s when I usually get time to read. Ended up with a couple scary dreams, but good books do follow me into my dreams. Recommend reading without hesitation.
– T. M. Simmons (Amazon)

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Here are five books combined into one big volume of stories, thirty tales in different genres: crime, mystery, science fiction, horror, fantasy, magic , and even a little realism.

Strange new worlds and encounters with the unusual, in stories from light to dark. Some to make you laugh, some to make you think, and some to scare you. Dip into the Big Book for a taste of monsters, mayhem, myth, magic, and murder.

I highly recommend this collection if you are into short story collections. The range of genres promises to keep you entertained and the collection as a whole is far from boring!
– Dab of Darkness

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