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A gift from the gods…
Can unleash hell…
in a thrilling Night Rebel novel

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They’re hunting a killer so silent, so invisible, that his unspeakable crimes are the only proof he exists.

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Second-chance romance about love, loss, finding yourself, and getting lost in the right person.

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Wise and witty novel about a fired advice columnist who discovers lost and found family members in Charleston

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Paranormal Women's Fantasy

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Every bloody thread has been leading to this . . .

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Can an awkward bluestocking transform into a beauty?

Up A Tree
Richard M. Brock

Bogie Road Publishing
February 2021
On Sale: February 2, 2021
ISBN: 0991132041
EAN: 9780991132058
Kindle: B08KMKSRNH
Paperback / e-Book
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Action | Fiction Adventure

If I’d known it was a full moon that night, I never would have crossed Crane Swamp, pirates or not. It all made sense when we saw that moon.”

The trouble begins for young Ruby Finn Heckler and his best friend Quinn after an accident with a stolen rifle. An attempt to remedy their mistake causes a local skirmish with one of the most influential families in America, leading to Ruby's "death" -- or so their small Adirondack town thinks. Plenty alive, and never one to miss an adventure, Ruby takes advantage of his misreported demise and within a day, he is hundreds of miles from home, befriending murderers, hobos, and revolutionaries, and within a week, both he and Quinn are prisoners on a mysterious ranch run by an enigmatic leader entangled with the same powerful family threatening Ruby and Quinn's hometown. And that, as Kirkus Reviews says, "is when the real craziness begins."

Told through the spirited and unspoiled eyes of a child from the northern woods, this modern-day Huck Finn is broadly entertaining and humorous on its surface while tapping into a much deeper dialogue about the vast hidden realities of life in twenty-first century America.


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