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Courtney Allen Sorry so late getting back. I'm so glad you liked my book. Hopefully, I will have another out in 2016 but it is so darned expensive to self-publish. I…moreSorry so late getting back. I'm so glad you liked my book. Hopefully, I will have another out in 2016 but it is so darned expensive to self-publish. I'll have to see how it goes. Thanks again! (less)
Courtney Allen Pam, thank you for your interest in my books. And thank you for such a well-expressed review for Lee County Elegy. Lee County Elegy and Down from the …morePam, thank you for your interest in my books. And thank you for such a well-expressed review for Lee County Elegy. Lee County Elegy and Down from the Mountain are my only two historical fiction novels. Orange Moon, my second title, is in the suspense-mystery genre and set in the early 1970s. I'm always writing, and you are always on my A-List of readers. When I have another book out, I'll let you know. Thanks again, your writer, Courtney. (less)
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Down From the Mountain

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Lee County Elegy

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Orange Moon: A Fiction Novel

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I Can't Breathe by Matt Taibbi
"“Never be content to sit back and watch as others rights are trampled upon. Your rights could be next.” -DaShanne Stokes

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Lost Connections by Johann Hari
"Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression and the Unexpected Solutions is by renowned UK author journalist Johann Hari. Through extensive research and interviews with a host of experts, educators and other medical professionals; the " Read more of this review »
Reawakening by Barbara A. Mangi
"In her deeply profound memoir of unbearable tragedy that would later lead to a spiritual healing and renewal, author Barbara A. Mangi recalls the life and terrible loss of her beloved youngest daughter Dana in: “Reawakening Return of Lightness and Pe" Read more of this review »
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Etched in Sand by Regina Calcaterra
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This title was masterfully authored by Regina Calcaterra, who is a prominent lawyer, New York State government official, and activist for children's rights. First and foremost, this is a true-life memoir of hope and inspiration. This book brings to l ...more
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Touching the Void by Joe Simpson
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Picture this: an incredible panoramic view of a rugged mountain range and the camera slowly pans to the point where you see two tiny black specs climbing a 21,000 foot, shear-faced mountain wall. It's well below freezing. The wind is ripping through ...more
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Patricia Courtney, I would love to read your book.


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