Wednesday, April 9, 2014




      Criminal defense lawyer, Scott Lonnigan usually absorbs much more than one can handle on an average day, and some days are more challenging to deal with. On the day Wayne dropped off a bag of cocaine, and left it on Scott's desk is a prime example of Scott becoming involved, over the top of his head. After one man makes a promise, it gets broken, and before you know it, the innocent can easily become a victim. The law may be Scott's life, but will he be able to keep his name on a clean slate? When Scott's world changes as fast as a bolt of lightning, who will be the accused? Will justice be served, and for whom?

Frank R. Southers uses his expertise from many years of experience, working as a Texas attorney, as he invites the reader to a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on inside the court-room. We begin to learn how the law works, the true definition of justice, and the meaning of 'innocent until proven guilty.' The author presents different cases, and key factors to what a trial consists of, and its outcome in a verdict. In addition, the reader learns how much one can pay for 'a serious mistake' and how words can transform our lives within a split-second. Most important, Frank R. Southers has you thinking about the lives of the accused, along with the lives of professionals as we sort out the rights from the wrongs, long after this book is closed.

Book Two is a legal thrilling Masterpiece in this intriguing series, packed with gripping stories about flawed, colorful characters who come to life, in a picture-perfect setting that fits like a glove. "A SERIOUS MISTAKE" is as dramatic as The Client, as intense as The Juror, and as entertaining as The Pelican Brief. Highly recommended!

Thursday, April 3, 2014


~~Road To Siran: Erin's Story

Contemporary Romance

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***About The Author***

      Born in northeastern Turkey, Behcet grew up in a very small village, with long held traditions. Defying his father, Behcet left home at fourteen, and traveled first to Istanbul, and then on to London. He made the move to the U.S. in 1976, and became a U.S. citizen in 1985.

Living in Atlanta, Georgia, he followed his creative yearnings and attended the Alliance Theatre School and studied at the SAG Conservatory of Georgia, which earned him his Screen Actors Guild card. In 1994, Kaya and his wife moved to Los Angeles, where he continued his studies at the Roby Theatre Company and the Shakespeare, A Noise Within(Theatre Workshop).

Along with acting, writing became a natural outlet. In addition to his three novels: Voice Of Conscience; Murder On The Navel Base; and Road To Siran, Erin's Story; Behcet has published numerous short stories and is currently working on his fourth novel, Body In The Woods.

***About The Book***

      In Road To Siran: Erin's Story, Erin Ozcomert  is a beautiful graduate of the UCLA, who always felt compelled to learn more about the little known stories of her father, that have been hidden from her since his death several years before. Leaving modern day Los Angeles, Erin is swept into the ancient customs and traditions of her father's village in northeastern Turkey. What she learns there is not at all what she expected to find.

As she is enfolded into the loving arms of her Aunt Fatma Ozkoy, Erin discovers a place where tradition prevails in social ceremonies and family feuds are still kindling hatred and murder, torn by some never forgotten malice, performed by past generations. Trying to integrate these discoveries, Erin is given the gift of her grandmother's journal. Reading the handwritten treasure, her emotions are stripped raw as she uncovers her heritage, and the answers to her questions. Forced to leave the village before she is ready, Erin returns to Istanbul to discover more secrets from her father's past.


Wednesday, April 2, 2014



      Carole P. Roman delivers an exciting, fun-filled story from her children's series, which highlights learning about the many cultures all over the world. This entertaining story begins with learning about Mexico, its capital city, and historic sights.

Young readers will also learn Mexican pronunciation, and the definition of common terms, such as Escuela, meaning school. This delightful children's book is a golden gem in elementary school level education, while it introduces interesting facts about history, and the globe. In addition, the colorful illustrations, along with some rhyming verse bring this story to life.

Most important, this book teaches young readers that regardless of how big the world is, people are basically the same. This book enhances reading skills as it educates about culture, language, and customs. An excellent reading selection for group discussions. "IF YOU WERE ME AND LIVED IN...MEXICO" is as entertaining as Walt Disney's Pocahontas. Highly recommended to parents, teachers, and child-care providers.