Origin of Mystery
by Richard Heim
Author reveals troubling parallels between society, government today and 1843-45 NJ, multiple slayings and the hanging of two innocent men, and exposes universal root turmoil, hatred and misery. Also reveals thesis of remedy for vast majority secretly waiting to be forced back into emotional vulnerability; reclaim authentic self.
My Only Son
by Maria Clement
Joey, an only son, never dreamed that his actions would so affect the life of his mother. In the early hours of the morning, she witnesses Joey's arrest by federal agents. This heartrending incident is only the first of many surprising revelations.
A Place to Belong
by Paul Miller
A Place to Belong follows a young boy's search for self-worth and faith in a cruel world. Through a mystifying journey from coast to coast he endures the depths of despair and finds that life hangs by the simplest knowledge through the kindness of strangers.
This is the ad copy for books on the back page of the Times Book Review today -a page that isn't free by any stretch of the imagination. This is the exact same kind of writing I see in my slush pile. Before you get all bent out of shape at how stupid agents are for overlooking your work, make sure your writing doesn't stink. This ad copy sux. Of course it's "published" by Authorhouse--they only writing they care about starts out Pay to the Order of AuthorHouse.