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Tamara's Child

Winner, 2011 Eric Hoffer Award, Young Adult Book
Finalist, 2010 National Indie Excellence Book Awards, Popular Fiction

Tamara Ames is sixteen years old, pregnant, and on her own when she arrives in the small lumber town of Fir Valley, Oregon, determined to make a new life for herself and her child. When she falls victim to a diabolical scheme to steal her baby from her, she is not about to give the child up without a fight, even if she has to take on the wealthiest and most powerful family in the county. But is Tamara fighting against her own best interests? Only she can decide. And it’s a decision that she—and her child—will have to live with for the rest of their lives.

The Water Tower Club

Bronze Medal Winner - Popular Fiction: 2019 Independent Publisher
    Book Awards

He sought justice and discovered that nothing is more deadly that the truth!

The day after graduating from high school, Darryl Coombs fled his hometown of Grotin, Kansas, hoping to put the memories of his nightmarish childhood behind him forever. Now, ten years later, his sister’s arrest on a charge of attempted murder has Darryl reluctantly returning to his childhood home. He is desperate to save his sister from prison, but his unwitting actions lead to deadly consequences that tear apart the fabric of a community and send him on a personal journey the end of which he could never have imagined.

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The Water Tower Club is available both in print and e-book format.

ISBN (Print): 9780981588445     $14.95
          274 Pages; Trade Paperback 8.5" x 5.5"  
ISBN (e-Pub): 9780981588438     $5.99 
ISBN (Kindle): 9780981588452     $5.99

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