Seemingly disconnected deaths and abductions around the world are connected with a symbol branded on them or in their living environment. In The Beholder by Ivan Amberlake, Jason, an average New Yorker, has been having strange dreams of a beautiful woman warning him of a power lurking within him that is the only thing to stop coming evil. Will Jason embrace his power in time to stop the ultimate destruction?
In a shooting rampage, Monroe Song’s husband took several innocent lives including the lives of three of her sons. In the wake of the devastation, she is less living life than managing to stay alive. Involving herself with a 24-year-old is perhaps not her best option, especially when her surviving son needs her so desperately. [easyazon_link identifier=”B00MUWOL7Y” locale=”US” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]Like Shards of Glass[/easyazon_link] is a tale of love, loss, betrayal and murder.
In Mazie Baby by Julie Frayn, Mazie Reynolds married one man but is living with another. She covers herself head to toe to hide the bruises and has a plan to escape knowing that each outburst has the potential to be the last she endures. When Cullen turns his anger toward their young daughter, Mazie knows it’s time to run. Can she keep ahead of Cullen and save herself and her young daughter?
In Nowhere to Goa Bhang Lassis, Rickshaws, and Holy Cows! by Doug E. Jones, Scott and Mike are 19-year-old twins. Scott has always lived by the rules, while Mike’s been a reckless free spirit charging ahead and getting by on his good looks and a nice smile. When Mike is arrested in India, Scott knows that he must once again save his twin and heads off to bring him home. The task is not as straightforward as Scott anticipated as he sets off on his brother’s trail. On the South Asian backpack trail, Scott’s eyes are opened and he wonders if perhaps there isn’t more out there than a degree from the Northwestern University and a quiet life.
In One Night at the Jacaranda by Carol Cooper, A group of lonely Londoners gathers for a night of fun and fellowship at the Jacaranda. As the night progresses, their stories are revealed from the man dying of cancer to an undercover woman, looking to make a name for herself as a freelance journalist. For Londoners, looking for that one thing that will fulfill them, will they be surprised when they discover that what they thought they were looking for may not be what they anticipated?
In Jonny Bails Floatin and the Luck of the Bioluminescence by J. Lee Glassman, Jonny Bails is a Florida street performer when he develops a case of bioluminescence. His lucky new skill and newfound celebrity come with marked disadvantages. Can Jonny find the answers he seeks before its too late?
In The Favorite by Franklyn C. Thomas, Michael Dane is a boxer fresh out of prison and the favorite to win the Championship when he starts having second thoughts about his trainer and career. That he is not his own man in his current career path is becoming increasingly apparent. Michael turns to the trainer that raised him in an attempt to turn to his roots, but with the vicious men on his trail, Michael is starting to wonder if death is truly the only way out.
In The End of the Line by Jim Powers, Latesha Thomas is a struggling college student caring for her disabled father and isn’t looking for love. When Peter Elsworth comes into her life, the pair has an instant electricity. She has a cat named Oprah and he has a fish named Dr. Phil. This couple is meant to be. There is a complication. Their parents are opposed to their union because Latesha is black and Peter is white. Can they work together to achieve happiness or is this relationship doomed before it gets off of the ground?
Is a free-form book containing short stories and excerpts from Ramsey’s novels [easyazon-link asin=”0615857167″ locale=”us”]Just Beneath the Surface, I[/easyazon-link], [easyazon-link asin=”0615945066″ locale=”us”]Just Beneath the Surface II: Landon’s Story (Volume 2)[/easyazon-link] and “Where Were You.”
In Pawnbroker by Jerry Hatchett, Gary Bolton is a family man and pawnbroker. When he kills an armed robber, the repercussions are not what Gary might have thought they would be. Suddenly he’s the focus of some very bad people who will do anything to get what they want.