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The Day She Died

RRP $18.69

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A mystery. In this clean time-travel whodunit, a middle-aged coffee-shop owner always wondered what his life would have been like if he'd stayed in town the day his college fiancee disappeared, the victim of an unsolved crime. One morning he wakes up 20 years earlier and finds himself a student at the University of Oklahoma again on the day she died. In a journey that takes months, he stumbles over people connected to Kim's disappearance and puzzles over connecting the dots. Oddly enough, things are different when he relives sections of his life. For example, as a teen he plays baseball and as an adult he discovers what it's like to be a Christian pastor, things he never did before. Can he find some answers about Kim and about his own life? Or prevent Kim's death? And if he succeeds in changing history, what happens to his wife and kids? Target audience: mystery fans, Oklahomans, Christians, baseball fans, male readers, romance readers. Debut author Bill Garrison lives the American Dream with his family of five in Oklahoma City. As a graduate of Oklahoma University, Bill works in the healthcare and accounting industry by day, but lives his creative side once he leaves the corporate world. After putting the kids to bed with a good story, he turns to his laptop and spins his daydreams into novels. Bill Garrison, CPA by day, story weaver by night. Keywords: novel, mystery, fiction, clean, time travel, male readers, men's fiction, baseball, Norman Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, University of Oklahoma, OU, time-travel mystery, whodunit, Bill Garrison, The Day She Died, Christian, romance, ==== "It was an addicting journey through time that kept me anticipating where my next clue would come from and at what point in the present, future or past would I get it. A classic whodunnit twisted into a time pretzel. I loved it! Be prepared for a mind-racing, time-traveling, heart-stopping odyssey to catch a killer." - Toby Rowland, Voice of the Sooners "The Day She Died is a mind-bending, page-turning mystery that showcases Bill Garrison's ability to weave a complex plot line into an unforgettable story. Highly recommended!"-- Rene Gutteridge, best-selling author of Misery Loves Company "Writing a mystery requires skill. Telling a tale of time-travel is rank with pitfalls. Throwing in twists of plot can confound the reader. However, Bill Garrison in The Day She Died delivers an interesting and well-paced story with all these elements. Not only is the reader captivated by characters, the reader is right with them, not only on the same page, but also at the right time. A fascinating book that will delight lovers of mystery and fantasy." --Donita K. Paul, best-selling author of Dragon Keeper Chronicles and The Realm Walkers. "Very early in my reading I found myself saying, 'This book was written just for me!' An entertaining mystery that taps into the fantasy of what it could be like to go back and redo parts of life." --Jason Gunter, Ph.D. licensed psychologist "Bill Garrison paints a believable, easily followed story line that will immerse even the most seasoned of mystery readers and time travel enthusiasts, to surprise and delight right up to the end." -- D. Donovan, eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Review "In the mood for a time-travel mystery? Then this is the book for you. ... Debut author Bill Garrison pens an intriguing story of mystery, love, and danger." - Michelle Griep, author of Brentwood's Ward and A Heart Deceived. "The Day She Died is an exciting, fast-paced read! It's part time travel and part mystery with a little romance thrown in. I literally didn't want to put the book down. All I can say is, you won't be disappointed!" -- Terri Weldon, author of Mistletoe Magic


The 21-day Exercise Challenge

RRP $13.99

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The 21-Day Exercise Challenge, the second book in the 21-Day Challenge series! Are you tired of being lazy, out of shape and lacking energy? Are you ready to understand and disempower your excuses, start taking care of yourself and to move that body of yours as a daily habit? Everybody can agree that having a more active lifestyle is a good thing. Nobody would argue that we couldn't all do a little more exercise. And yet ... why is it so hard to actually do it? If you're reading this, you've probably gotten fed up with how difficult it is to always be starting a new exercise regime, only to go back to your old habits in a few weeks. More exercise in life means better health, better resistance against illness and injury, better mood and sunnier outlook on life, higher self confidence, clearer and healthier skin, improved muscle tone and strength, enhanced metabolism, deeper and more restful sleep, more flexibility and hey, maybe even a little weight loss thrown in. But I know you know all that. You know that it is a good idea to be more active - now; it's just a question of how. The 21-Day Exercise Challenge will help you to: Get clear on your personal goals and motivation Enjoy exercise again Understand and overcome your excuses Incorporate exercise in your busy lifestyle Make small lasting changes with a big impact Stay motivated during and after the 21-Day Challenge ..and much more inside! Learn how to make and keep exercise an enjoyable part of your lifestyle TODAY. Are you ready to take the challenge? Update! Now available "11 books in 1: The 21-Day Challenges Box Set"


A Day's Pleasure

RRP $16.99

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An excerpt from the beginning of CHAPTER I. THE MORNING.

THEY were not a large family, and their pursuits and habits were very simple; yet the summer was lapsing toward the first pathos of autumn before they found themselves all in such case as to be able to take the day's pleasure they had planned so long. They had agreed often and often that nothing could be more charming than an excursion down the Harbor, either to Gloucester, or to Nahant, or to Nantasket Beach, or to Hull and Hingham, or to any point within the fatal bound beyond which is seasickness. They had studied the steamboat advertisements, day after day, for a long time, without making up their minds which of these charming excursions would be the most delightful; and when they had at last fixed upon one and chosen some day for it, that day was sure to be heralded by a long train of obstacles, or it dawned upon weather that was simply impossible. Besides, in the suburbs, you are apt to sleep late, unless the solitary ice-wagon of the neighborhood makes a very uncommon rumbling in going by; and I believe that the excursion was several times postponed by the tardy return of the pleasurers from dreamland, which, after all, is not the worst resort, or the least interesting - or profitable, for the matter of that. But at last the great day came, - a blameless Thursday alike removed from the cares of washing and ironing days, and from the fatigues with which every week closes. One of the family chose deliberately to stay at home; but the severest scrutiny could not detect a hindrance in the health or circumstances of any of the rest, and the weather was delicious. Everything, in fact, was so fair and so full of promise, that they could almost fancy a calamity of some sort hanging over its perfection, and possibly bred of it; for I suppose that we never have anything made perfectly easy for us without a certain reluctance and foreboding. That morning they all got up so early that they had time to waste over breakfast before taking the 7.30 train for Boston; and they naturally wasted so much of it that they reached the station only in season for the 8.00. But there is a difference between reaching the station and quietly taking the cars, especially if one of your company has been left at home, hoping to cut across and take the cars at a station which they reach some minutes later, and you, the head of the party, are obliged, at a loss of breath and personal comfort and dignity, to run down to that station and see that the belated member has arrived there, and then hurry back to your own and embody the rest, with their accompanying hand-bags and wraps and sun-umbrellas, into some compact shape for removal into the cars, during the very scant minute that the train stops at Charlesbridge. Then when you are all aboard, and the tardy member has been duly taken up at the next station, and you would be glad to spend the time in looking about on the familiar variety of life which every car presents in every train on every road in this vast American world, you are oppressed and distracted by the cares which must attend the pleasure-seeker, and which the more thickly beset him the more deeply he plunges into enjoyment.


Surrogacy, Psychology And Health

RRP $425.99

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The inalienable right to have children is a cornerstone to western societies, and yet for many people, surrogacy remains their only option. This important new book explores this highly contested area through a critical psychology perspective, discussing the many socio-cultural issues and health concerns faced by surrogates, prospective parents and clinical providers. Including empirical research conducted by the authors with both heterosexual and homosexual couples, this is the first book to look holistically and cross-culturally at this provocative topic, and will be of interested to students and researchers within health psychology, gender studies and social work.


Days Of Wine And Roquefort

RRP $12.99

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Murder, like Roquefort, stinks . . .

Cheese Shop owner Charlotte Bessette's life seems quieter than ever with her fiancé out of town and her cousin Matthew and his children out of the house. But before she can put up her feet and enjoy a glass of chardonnay, Matthew asks her to play host to Noelle Adams, a bright sommelier visiting to help grow business for the local winery.

An affable wine aficionado, Noelle is paired well with the cheese expert Charlotte—but something seems to be troubling the secretive houseguest, and Charlotte's life is upended when she finds the sparkling woman dead. Between Noelle's hotheaded ex, the cagey owners of the winery, its jaded manager, and a wily reporter, Charlotte has her pick of suspects, but she needs to act fast—this is a mystery that only gets more dangerous with age.

Recipes included!

About the Author

Avery Aames, author of A Cheese Shop Mystery for Berkley Prime Crime, is the pseudonym for Daryl Wood Gerber. Daryl created the format for the popular sitcom, "Out of this World" and has won awards for her screenplays. She also writes short stories and suspense novels.



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