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MOONRISE by Cassandra King

THE SAME SWEET GIRLS GUIDE TO LIFE by Cassandra King

Helen Honeycutt is just getting her life back on track after a bitter divorce when she meets Emmet Justice, an attractive widower still grieving for his late wife, Rosalyn. Their sudden marriage sets off a maelstrom of resentment and ill-will among Rosalyn’s family and friends. Hoping to mend fences, the newlyweds plan a summer at Moonrise, Rosalyn’s historic estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Moonrise is known far and wide for its unique nocturnal gardens...

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Written with a blend of humor and practical wisdom, The Same Sweet Girl’s Guide to Life by Cassandra King offers inspiration and solid advice to new graduates that can sustain them through life’s inevitable ups and downs. In this small book you will find advice that will only grow in meaning throughout the years. It can - and should - be read again and again, by thoughtful people of all ages. King’s true gift is in her ability to present readers with...

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MISS HAZEL AND THE ROSA PARKS LEAGUE by Jonathan Odell

ENVIOUS MOON by Thomas C. Greene

Set in pre-Civil Rights Mississippi, Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League is the story of two young mothers, Hazel and Vida – one wealthy and white and the other poor and black – who have only two things in common: the devastating loss of their children, and a deep and abiding loathing for one another.

Embittered and distrusting, Vida is harassed by Delphi’s racist sheriff and haunted by the son she lost to the world. Hazel, too, has...

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ENVIOUS MOON is a harrowing tale of the sometimes dark obsession, and often sensual beauty that accompanies young love. With a nod to Romeo and Juliet and reminiscent of Endless Love, Greene tells the story of two young lovers and their journey to find perfection in each other’s arms.
When Anthony Lopes and his best friend set out from the small New England fishing community to commit what they expect will be a victimless crime, they never believe it would change their lives forever. They expect the mansion on the bluffs to be empty: but inside are a man and his daughter, Hannah. Haunted by her fleeting image, and convinced he can atone for what happens to her father, Anthony is determined to find her...

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FOUR YEARS IN THE MOUNTAINS OF KURDISTAN by Aram Haigaz

 

FOUR YEARS IN THE MOUNTAINS OF KURDISTAN is a remarkable first-hand account by Aram Haigaz, an Armenian author and youthful survivor of the Armenian genocide of 1915. This memoir has been made available in English in time for national publicity surrounding the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

Armenian Aram Haigaz was only 15 when he lost his father, brothers, many relatives and neighbors, all killed or dead of starvation when enemy soldiers surrounded their village. He and his mother were put into a forced march...

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A subsidiary of Marly Rusoff Literary Agency

 

By book lovers for book lovers, Maiden Lane Press is a selective, full service imprint of Marly Rusoff & Associates literary agency, which will, on occasion, publish books in all formats when a special opportunity arises.

 

Books

September 2013: MOONRISE by Cassandra King (novel, hard cover and e-book)

April 2014: THE SAME SWEET GIRLS GUIDE TO LIFE, Advice from a Failed Southern Belle by Cassandra King (inspirational, hard cover)

November 2014: ENVIOUS MOON by Thomas C. Greene (novel, e-book)

February 2015: MISS HAZEL AND THE ROSA PARKS LEAGUE by Jonathan Odell (novel, hard cover, paperback and e-book)

 

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