It’s the fall of 1983. David Chalmers is a high school senior who hangs around with a group of fellow science-fiction fans, but feels few attachments to them. Alison Hughes runs with the popular crowd, but she’s as smart as she is pretty, and wonders if they’re becoming predictable. Over the course of a few weeks events will cause David and Alison to think about what it means to... [click here for more]
Peek into America’s possible future. Tricentennial looks at what could happen if the country continues on its current self-destructive path. Twenty years into the New Era, Xavier Kelton lives in a carefree world until his father uncovers a problem in commonly used nanotechnology. When his world crumbles, Xavier tries to keep his family together inadvertently starting another American Revolution.... [click here for more]
The "Dare Boys" are Dick and Tom Dare, two patriot youths, brothers, "from about three miles over in New Jersey." They get caught up in key episodes of the American Revolutionary War -- and the years after -- interacting with historically important figures along the way. This is a great series for readers interested in U.S. history. Included are:
The Dare Boys of 1776 The Dare... [click here for more]
Hoping to make friends at her new school, Maddie joins the newspaper staff. Its charismatic editor, Hank Dalbeck, plans a controversial series on the right to die. This causes so much discussion at their weekly meeting that Hank misses his bus home and accepts a ride with Maddie. Before they can leave the parking lot, someone fires a shot through the windshield.
Now Hank himself is in a coma, like... [click here for more]
A senseless murder. A teenager accused—the body found in his car.
It all happened in Hudson Hills, the town next to Cree Penny’s home of Southbridge. To her it seems remote, until her father comes from his home in Borneo, halfway around the world, to help. The youth who is accused might be a relative. His name is Liam Penny.
Liam insists he’s innocent. Of course. They all do.... [click here for more]
I am blessed--or cursed--with the ability to see the colour of peoples' souls, something I dare not reveal. Keeping my secret hidden has kept me safe. Until now. Now I am afraid that I can no longer hide from the evil in our society. Our laws are intended--or so I have always believed--to protect us from sinfulness and chaos. But my friend, Sarah, is pregnant and unmarried. Her child will be taken... [click here for more]