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Two Local Book Stores Carrying Great Books

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101 E. Salem Ave. Indianola Iowa 50125

{515} 961-0391

10- 6 Mom. – Fri. 9 -3 Sat

Read a Book Nook

103 East Linn Street Marshalltown, Iowa 50158

hours: 10-5 Mon -Fri.

(641) 328-4308

There is two brick and mortar stores that are now carrying my novels. They are Page Turners Book Store in Indianola, Iowa and Read a Book Nook in Marshalltown, Iowa. Page Turners has my crime murder mystery series where as Read a Book Nook has every book I have written. Buy from them for no shipping and handling,  waiting for your purchase, or out of stock like you do online. My novels consist of the DeBois crime murder mystery series, a Drama- Resin La Rock, Thriller- Window Pane, and Fantasy- Healer of Surflex. All my novels are also in Ebook formats and Healer of Surflex is also in audio from ACX.

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Createspace Preview of ‘Window Pane’

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Debut Novella by Author Sue Raymond

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On Sale Friday, March 10, 2017

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Have you ever woken up and for a split second not know where you were, how you got there, or even who you are? Imagine not being able tell reality from imagination, seeing things and being able to touch things others cannot. Author Sue Raymond delves into the what if it actually happens, in her newest novella ‘Window Pane’.

Book blurb: The rain streaming down the window pane entices her to join it in its run. Why does it have such pull on her soul? Does the rain truly have the answers of her past? Why does no one help her find out why she cannot remember who she is and where this place is that she finds herself? Who is the young female dancing in the rain, which only she can seem to see? Why is there such an allure to join her in the rain? She is lost with only the rain consoling her soul. How can this be real? Why can’t she wake from this nightmare, back to the life she knows is hidden somewhere deep within the recesses of the ever presence darkness at edges of this horrible world?

On sale March 10, 2017. Print copy: $8.00 Ebook copy: $2.99

“Author Sue Raymond has given her readers a story of Mystery, Romance, and a picture of every lasting love, in her new release “Window Pane”. Bravo Ms. Raymond.”

  • Kathryn Daugherty Novel and Short Story Writer Author of A Case of Hearts and She Promised Her Heart

 

“’Window Pane’ can be take two ways in this story. In the title ‘Pane’ is what the woman is looking at and through. The other spelling, pain, is what the woman is feeling for several reasons. The first is, who am I? Who is that old woman’s reflection on the pane? Who is that young woman dancing in the rain and why does she look familiar? Where am I and why am I here? To find out the answers you have to read the story. I enjoyed the mysteries, feelings and descriptions of every scene.” –Author Larry Stumbo, ‘Experience as a New Soldier’.

“Window Pane is a haunting tale masterfully woven by author, Sue Raymond. After I read it, it stayed with me nibbling on my mind, the true sign of a great read. Ms. Raymond has a way of writing that burrows into your thoughts, pulling out the emotions of the reader. I highly recommended this story.” – Author Nan McAdam, ‘Surviving the STRESS of Your Parents’ Old Age’.

“The Window Pane is a beautifully haunting story of life, love and the devastation of robbed memories. Once you start reading it you won’t be able to put it down. You feel for the main character as she tries to find the mysterious man who is so much of a gentleman. When she is with him she feels at peace and he makes her smile. A beautiful heartwarming story you will remember long after you have finished the last page.”  –Wendy Siefken, Author, ‘Penelope Rose, What Do You Want To Do Today?’

About the author: Sue Raymond was born and raised in the Midwest along with her siblings. Sue was trained in the Commercial Art field before marrying her husband. After raising two sons and having five grandchildren, Sue started a new avenue in her life, writing. She has eight published novels as she works on four other novels and five children’s stories.

You can contact Ms. Raymond through Upon Eagle’s Wings, Malachi Ink

516 East Park Avenue,

Des Moines, Iowa 50315

ISBN/EAN13: 0998294217 / 9780998294216

Links: E-Book: https://www.books2read.com/u/mK9BBZ

Print: Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/6934392

Amazon http://amzn.to/1u92UUj

Blog: sueraymondladylaindora.wordpress.com

Debut Novel by Sue Raymond

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On Sale March 10, 2017 debut Novella  ‘Window Pane’.

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The rain streaming down the window pane entices her to join it in its run. Why does it have such pull on her soul? Does the rain truly have the answers of her past? Why does no one help her find out why she can not remember who she is and where this place is that she finds herself? Who is the young female dancing in the rain, which only she can seem to see? Why is there such an allure to join her in the rain? She is lost with only the rain consoling her soul. How can this be real? Why can’t she wake from this nightmare, back to the life she knows is hidden somewhere deep within the recesses of the ever presence darkness at edges of this horrible world?

https://www.books2read.com/u/mK9BBZ

 

Debut Novella By Author Sue Raymond

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Sue Raymond!
 Do not miss out on Author Sue Raymond’s newest novella!
On sale March 10, 2017
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The rain streaming down the window pane entices her to join it in its run. Why does it have such a pull on her soul? Does the rain truly have the answer to her past? Why does no one help her find out why she can not remember who she is and where this place is  that she finds herself? Who is the young female dancing in the rain, which only she can seem to see? Why is there such an allure to join her in the rain? She is lost with only the rain to consoling her soul. How can this be real? Why can’t she wake from this nightmare, back to the life she knows is hidden deep within the recesses of the ever presence darkness at the edge of this horrible world?

https://www.books2read.com/u/mK9BBZ

 

Can there be True Justice, Review of ‘The Reform Artists’

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Have you ever wondered if all the reported domestic abuse case that get a emergency temporary restraining order are actually true? Jon Reifeld explores the other side of the issue of what if the woman uses the Ex-Parte proceeding to take her husband to the cleaner. As in real life, someone accused of domestic abuse is in the eyes of the legal system and the public guilty until they can IF they can prove their innocence in civil court. Martin Silkwood comes home from a business trip to find his wife and children gone and all too soon police are knocking on his front door with a Ex-parte proceeding papers demanding he leave his home within fifteen minutes. Martin is devastated and all too soon learns the ramifications of the allegations against him, not knowing where to turn to get the help straighten things out so he can once more see his children who he adores. His wife, Katie, has planned this for months laying down a trail of lies to backup her allegations of domestic abuse including making police reports when Martin is out of town so the police cannot question Martin. Martin’s business partners want him to settle it telling him not to sign a Consent Decree so it does not damage the business reputation or else! His lawyer seems inept to handle the case levied against Martin. Now Martin’s only chance to clear himself of the charges levied against him is to trust a covert group that approach him and tell him they help level the playing field in these cases.
Unfortunately in today’s society there is a need for emergency temporary restraining orders to try to protect the helpless against violence. But in doing so sometimes the innocent’s rights is plowed under so some can be politically correct. This story explores that avenue.
Jon Reisfeld does an excellent job of keeping the reader engaged in the story to the last page.