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Full Moon Publishing, LLC is proud to introduce The Choice, sequel to Birthright (A Nobleman Novel), by Ronda L. Caudill, Ph.D.

Nila and Blake’s journey of love and challenges continue in The Choice. Nila is faced with many choices, one of which is the choice of mortality or immortality. She makes surprising new friends and discovers secrets about an old one. More is revealed to Nila about Blake’s past. Their love will be tested with the challenges they are met with and the secrets that are revealed.

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Birthright (A Nobleman Novel) by Ronda L. Caudill, PhD

Nila Jones ahs been dreaming about a young nobleman from the past; little did she know that he would become a significant part of her future. In this story of young love and fantasy there are horrible details of a past life that Nila discovers. These details will determine whether Nila and her young nobleman will live happily ever after.

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Risk Management By Roy Chenut

Risk Management is a sophisticated Romantic Thriller, written with smirking wit and heart-melting love as well as terror, madness and depravity. It is a story about Jack Hooker, an ordinary Stanford student whose life has been molded by the expectations of the American upper-middle class. He is dissatisfied and feels trapped. Then he meets Leena, a brilliant Russian student who was sent to Stanford by NovoRisk bank to study Financial Risk Management. They fall deeply in love. Unknown to Jack, Leena is the mistress of Dmitri. the CEO of NovoRisk. Through Dmitri, Leena is unwittingly connected to money laundering, sexual slavery and gruesome murder.

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Dark Secrets By Mikki Smith

Misty’s family, hid a dark secret from her. Until the coven came to claim what they believe belongs to them. Their chosen ones, to lead the coven to become the most powerful. It is written the twins who they separated at birth are to reign together as one to keep the bloodline pure. When Misty refuses to stand with them, hell will break loose.
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Bang Bang You Are Dead by Saul Warshaw

When a prominent Los Angeles businessman is targeted with a series of life threatening letters and phone calls, and the Police Department's investigation is going nowhere, the businessman hires Will Jonas, a retired LAPD homicide detective, and now a private investigator. Will's assignment: Find the person or persons threatening the businessman. Will's investigation, however, goes far beyond the letters, as he uncovers hidden family secrets that lead to a deadly final outcome.
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Dreams of Professor Canine By Gary R. Lowell

This is a story of a university professor who becomes severely apprehensive as retirement from academia approaches. He fears that his lifetime of study will be for naught when he steps away from the podium. The professor's imagination invents an alter ego in the form of a Heidelberg educated professor who just happens to be a coyote. With their inflated egos at full mast, the two professors clash, debate and insult each other throughout an outrageous dream sequence extending over several years. In the end, rationality prevails and the professors accept retirement as a "natural consequence" of academic life and part as friends.
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Lazarus The Goat by Gary R. Lowell

This is a story that asks the question "Do the Miracles of Christ Have an Expiration Date?" It begins in modern times in west-central Portugal when the narrator meets a farmer who claims to own a talking goat. Of course our man must see and talk with this miraculous goat, and when he does, the goat makes the outrageous claim that he is the living Lazarus raised from the grave as told in John: 11: 43. The wonderful discoursing, multi-lingual goat then begins an arabesque story of immortality and transformation from human form to goat-hood by a Moorish enchantress during the Portuguese inquisition in 1607. To our narrator's frustration, the goat manages to weave this tale into an account of his adventurous life as a bandit goat in the mountains of eastern Portugal. The latter story, in turn, is linked to an amusing yarn about an encounter between the goat and author Miguel Cervantes of Don Quixote fame in 1610. So Lazarus, the immortal goat, appears intent on spinning an endless story of an endless life that would make the good lady Scheherazade blush. But this fabulous narrative is unexpectedly brought to violent closure by an angry farmer's wife with a very sharp butcher's knife.
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Rocina Leitao By Gary R. Lowell

This story is set in Fundão, Portugal, gateway to Europe’s most productive tungsten mine. It is a story of an innocent girl thrust into prostitution amidst the intrigues of British and German spy rings infesting neutral Portugal during the early 1940’s. This was a dark and turbulent period in which tiny, defenseless Portugal cowered beneath the ominous shadows of occupation by Nazi Germany and even Franco’s fascist Spain. Beneath the veneer of humor, sex and murder in this story, lies the stark reality that Germany could not achieve its goal of European domination without the iron and tungsten of neutral Sweden and Portugal. These necessary wartime commodities were purchased with gold looted from Europe’s central banks by the ever resourceful Nazis. After the fall of France in 1940, only the grit and determination of the British spies stood in opposition to Hitler’s insidious and evil visions for Portugal.
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All The Little Horses: A Tale of Horses, Murder & Revenge by Bland Craig

The story begins with three girls coming together as friends in a small North Carolina town. Liz Harding's father has come to train American Saddlebreds at Vista Farm as well as Leslie Jenkins and her father when he is hired as assistant manager. Colleen Mckean has been born and raised in Allen and is crazy about Saddlebreds. A wealthy horse owner comes to Vista Farm looking for someone to ride his horse. His inappropriate behavior with girls, especially Leslie and the innocent Colleen, precipitates as unfortunate series of events resulting in the death of one of the girls. The response of her family and the town's inhabitants comprises the rest of the tale.
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The Dream Quilt by Deanna L. Holmes - Illustrated by Ronda L. Caudill Ph.D.
This is a story about a little girl who goes on her first trip away from home to spend the summer with her grandma. When it comes to bedtime, she can't sleep. Grandma makes her a beautiful Dream Quilt to help her sleep better.

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The Cat That Lost His Meow by Deanna L. Holmes-Illustrated by Ronda L. Caudill, PhD

This is the story of a clever cat that lost his meow. Go on an adventure with Earl to help him find it.
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Chronicles of the Shroud: The Messenger by Stefan Allen and Jerry Sword

Deep within the walls of a forgotten monastery in Belgrade lies a secret that has been tucked away for centuries. It is a secret men will both kill and die for. 

While millions throughout the world have revered the Shroud of Turin as the authentic piece of linen that wrapped the body of Christ, one man stumbles upon as undeniable truth that will ultimately end in the final epic battle between good and evil. This masterfully written first installment of the Chronicles Of The Shroud series will keep you turning pages until the very end. 

The beginning ...of the end...of days.

Forbidden Fruit by Ronda L. Caudill, PhD

Forbidden Fruit is a twisted tale about Jack the Ripper. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. You will be amazed at who Jack the Ripper really is.

Resurrected By Ronda L. Caudill
Almost ten years after the Jack the Ripper murders, similar murders began to occur in Whitechapel once again. Follow Aleister and Lucinda Wellington and Lucian and Victoria Anderson along with familiar characters from Forbidden Fruit and newly introduced characters as they are faced with discovering who committed these gruesome murders.
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Ravenshire By RL Caudill

Meet the people in the little, quaint town of Ravenshire where a myriad of ravens appear to be keeping a watchful eye on something. No one seems to know why there are so many ravens in Ravenshire--no one except the Frye family. 

This is the first book in the Glass House Children series. In this fantasy the townspeople and the Glass House Children (Frye children) and their family are introduced. 

Each chapter is the story of how the townspeople came to live in Ravenshire.

The Glasshouse Children of Revenshire: The Forgotten by RL Caudill

Meet the Glass House Children of Ravenshire and follow them on an adventure on their airship, The Mermaid's Delight. Join them as they venture deep into the caves behind the Ravenshire Cliff Waterfalls as the Frye siblings meet the forgotten fantastical creatures who live in the caves.

A Night at the Bishop House by Ronda L. Caudill, PhD

Victoria Long has always avoided the spooky Bishop house on the outskirts of town. However, one night after a party she is forced to spend the night in the spooky Bishop house. She sees and hears unimaginable things and faces a treacherous night that seems to go on forever. It's a night she will never forget.

The Music Box Murders by Ronda L. Caudill, PhD

Lizzie Borden did not giver her mother forty whacks nor her father forty-one, however she did use an axe to end their reign of terror. Find out why Lizzie killed Andrew and Abby Borden in the Music Box Murders.
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Fair Game by Michael Matson

When the Los Santos cartel in Mexico came up with what they thought was a foolproof way to distribute methamphetamines in the United State, they didn’t figure a do-gooder like Michael Medina into the equation. After Michael is killed trying to expose their plan, Treat Mikkelson is drawn reluctantly into a harrowing investigation of the young man’s death that leads to gang warfare and nearly the death of the woman he loves at the hands of a psychotic killer.


The Eyes of Coda by James Hirschfeld

Steven Marron was born with special eyes, a specialty that hurled him through a bizarre and mystical childhood. Even with the support from his sympathetic mother and closest friend Josh, he always felt as though his eyes were more of a curse than a blessing. Beginning with disturbingly vivid dreams of swimming through an endless red sea, his strange abilities caused him to fear and even hate boon in his eyes had unwillingly bestowed upon him. Especially when he came to learn the frightening truth about his dreams. As he grew, suffering from his mother’s passing and the loss of an important friend, Steven learned to suppress his so called gift and walked the shaky tightrope of his own mortality. But deep into his adulthood when his loved ones are threatened by a mysterious old man that shares the same eyes as his, Steven is forced to act. Diving headfirst into the Rabbit-hole, he sets out on a quest to face the biggest evil in his life. In search of his first friend, Steven is taken on a journey through the roots of his youth with no choice but to once again navigate the murky depths of the red sea, quickly discovering more and more about the vast and mysterious world at its surface.