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LOST SOULS
A bizzarre voyage into the lives of the desolate that run wild in search of deliverance.

By: Author Shawn P. Lytle

Shawn Lytle is a young writer on the rise. LOST SOULS is a young man looking at a cold and cruel world, yet, as he says, "I love my people." When you experience LOST SOULS, (read is just not a strong enough word,) you will understand why "his people"--us, love him. It is such a good thing to see young men taking control of their thoughts and emotions and giving it back to us. LOST SOULS is a must.
--NIKKI GIOVANNI

Shawn Lytle is a young writer with unique insight into the human character and psyche. Lost Souls, his most recent literary contribution, is an expose of the forces and parameters of the human condition. Lost Souls is a voyage by a young man buffeted and compelled by his circumstances to vent his journey through these pages. Shawn Lytle is a voice in the wilderness crying aloud: he calls to us for recognition and significance. our answer must be, "we hear".
--JOHN DELGADO, ATTORNEY AT LAW

Through his first-hand experience, Shawn Lytle has the ability to convey the harsh realities of everyday life. He understands what it is like to see a life cut short, and he knows the importance of making each day count as we reach for our dreams. He shows us how events in life can pull us down, and he shows us how we can rise above the tough times that are sometimes sent our way. Mr. Lytleâ?Ts stories demonstrate that the road we choose often dictates the path our lives will follow â?" but we each have the option to turn around or select another road at any time. He has the ability to pull away the fog and uncertainty that can often cloud our thinking, as he opens our eyes to a world that can be full of promise, happiness and bountiful rewards.
--SHERRI LINSENBACH, EDITOR

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Miracles Happen Everyday
by Philis E. Fowler

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Paperback - 116 pages (November 20, 2000)
Copy Creatives, Inc.; ISBN: 0970589107


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Taxes, Death & Trouble

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by C. Maria Miller

Paperback - 234 pages (September 2000)
Unknown; ISBN: 0595136842 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.63 x 9.01 x 6.07

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Taxes, Death, & Trouble is a captivating, multi-faceted, smart mystery that will keep you intrigued to the very last page! Financial planner Audrey Wilson is pressed into service to find representation for her number one client, Ed Dixon, who is accused of murdering a teacher at the upscale African-American academy where he works. She meets white attorney Jules Dreyfus and together they work to find the killer and suppress their mutual sexual attraction that won't be denied.


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by Linda Armstrong-Miller

Paperback - 220 pages (October 2000)
Unknown; ISBN: 0595139183 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.59 x 9.04 x 6.01

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Touched is the story of a young man with the task of finding himself. With the help of a dying patient, he must take a long hard journey in search to find his heart or lose himself forever.

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Matthew Allen experineced a tragedy when he was ten years old. Because of it, he stopped caring. He stopped growing. His first night of call as a brand new intern changed that and his life forever. Touched is the journey Matthew Allen had to take into his past so that he would live his future.


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cover Distant Revenge

by Edward G. Briscoe, Delores R. Johnson, Agatha D. Briscoe



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Who's killing the doctors? Why would anyone want to kill four doctors in the prime of their careers? They were all respected members of their communities and had successful practices in different cities. In many ways, they are ordinary people. But was there something unusual about them? Distant Revenge is a murder mystery. It's characters are the four doctors, the detectives in four cities who try to solve the crime, and two possible suspects. Two fathers blame the loss of their children on the doctors. One is insane and the other is a madman. Though separated by time and place, they find themselves on the same path to revenge for a perceived wrong.

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Agatha D. Briscoe is a systems analyst with technical writing experience.

 

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