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Suspense, thrills and love in October Best Reads

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If only life came with instructions.

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There is nothing in the universe the cursed dragon, Falcyn, hates more than humanity . . . except Greek humans.

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No bodices were harmed in this historical romance.

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Together we'll save the world...Unless we kill each other first.

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“The Wrath Is Coming.” But They Don’T Know Where—Or When.

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PREORDER this sexy & emotional story about a single dad wild with grief and the strong survivor he hires as his nanny!


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Also by John Herrick:

Beautiful Mess, August 2017
Between These Walls, February 2015
From The Dead, September 2010

From The Dead
John Herrick

A preacher’s son. A father in hiding. A guilty heart filled with secrets.

Segue Blue
September 2010
On Sale: August 31, 2010
Featuring: Eden; Caitlyn; Jesse
384 pages
ISBN: 0982147015
EAN: 9780982147016
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Inspirational Romance

When Jesse Barlow escaped to Hollywood, he hungered for fame—but eleven years of failure result in a drug-induced suicide attempt. Revived at death’s doorstep, Jesse returns to his Ohio hometown to make amends with his preacher father, a former love, and Jesse’s own secret son. But Jesse’s renewed commitment becomes a baptism by fire when his son’s advanced illness calls for a sacrifice— one that could cost Jesse the very life he regained. A story of mercy, hope, and second chances, From The Dead captures the human spirit with tragedy and joy.


7 comments posted.

Re: From The Dead

My mother has had MS for over 25 years. She has outlasted many others diagnosed with the same condition. She remains active in her 70's and has a joy for life many folks are lacking. Today is her birthday.
(Vikki Parman 9:58am September 3, 2010)

I've always been inspired by Helen Keller. I read her life story as a child, then reread it as an adult. How she made it through life with her disabilities, and accomplished so much with her life, I find simply amazing!! She was headstrong, and let nothing stand in her way. I've patterned my life after her to a degree, especially after becoming disabled myself. I've adapted to my new "normal," and try not to let obstacles stop me.
Peggy Roberson 10:25am September 3, 2010)

My mother is an inspiration. A cliche but none-the-less.
Mary Preston 6:03pm September 3, 2010)

My grandmother is my inspiration. She is 95, still works 20 hours a week at the elementary school, is active in her church, plays bridge every Thursday and Eucre every Tuesday. She cooks extra when she cooks and freezes so she always is able to throw a meal together for whomever drops by. She had nine there for Easter this year! She loves to cook and takes part in bake sales at church, etc. She still drives, but not at night.
Brenda Rupp 10:52pm September 3, 2010)

Inspiration from thsoe who've overcome tough obstacles makes me thankful and amazed at all the good in my life.
Alyson Widen 2:27pm September 4, 2010)

I am at my age, still amazed at what people go through and come out the stronger for it.
Barbara Studer 2:58pm September 4, 2010)

My paternal grandmother was quits
the woman. She held the family
together through the Depression. She
met my grandfather when they were
both working at the mill. She used
scraps from there to make quilts for
her children's beds (I still have 2 or 3
of them). They weren't fancy quilts,
just squares, but they did the job. She
always had a garden and canned her
own vegetables. She survived my
grandfather by about 8 years. She
stayed in her own house and lived
alone until the end. She did all her
own house work, yard work, and kept
the vegetable garden. I can't ever
remember her being sick. She was
having an irregular heart beat so they
put her in the hospital for tests. The
tests were fine and they were going to
send her home for Christmas. She was
standing in the hall talking to the
nurse when she fell into the nurses
arms, dead. It was actually a good
way for her to go. She led an active,
healthy life and didn't have to suffer as
an invalid and lose her independence.
Patricia Barraclough 10:30pm September 4, 2010)

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