A new three-part series of women's contemporary fiction launched with Trinity Knot: Unraveling the Knot of Silence, followed by The Zeppelin Bend: Unraveling the Knot of Deception, and The Hitch: Knots That Bind.
Blood Memory Society
September 23, 2017
What if you could inherit your ancestors' memories?
Inherited memory, passed through DNA, puts Dr. Will Dunbar, a brilliant, young fertility expert in the cross-hairs of national and international conspiracy. Struggle right along side him as he fights to protect a young woman who possesses her ancestors’ memories. This is the first book in a three-part series.
“ A highly imaginative and richly unique story. My only regret is I didn’t think of it first.”
—Steve Berry, NYT and No.1 Internationally best selling author.
"…The thriller abounds with exacting prose…enthralling premise…”
"Built with a fascinating premise, D. A. Field’s science-fiction thriller Blood Memory Society incorporates history, scientific discovery, espionage, and political intrigue.”
“Blood Memory Society combines the elements of sci-fi, adventure, and thriller genres to take you on a roller coaster ride of a lifetime.”
—Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews- five stars
“The plot is deep and intriguing…The characters are well developed and their interactions are well structured and complete…this is a great read and one worthy of attention.”
Add Peck High School—Golden Years Remembered takes us back to the early years of Peck High School in Fernandina Beach, Florida. The school, a significant historic landmark in the community, was founded years ago to educate African-American children. A major role was that of Professor William H. Peck, who moved here in the 1800s and served as principal for nearly fifty years.
Golden Years Remembered is a fourth non-fiction book published by Ms. Myers. Her other books are about historic American Beach.
Annette Myers is a Peck High School graduate, class salutatorian, former Peck teacher, Nassau County retired educator and a two-time National Indie Excellence Award recipient.
Ms. Myers has always felt that “history unrecorded and undocumented is lost in time.” The Peck High School book grew out of Myers’ love and appreciation for her alma mater.
Dr. Berta Isabel Arias
Mango Rain- Second edition
Set in Cuba and Chicago, Mango Rain is a flawlessly told story of intrigue, love, separation and hope. It is a family story. The author’s’ descriptions of the luscious, tropical island are delicious. Readers will savor the flavor of the Cuba so few people know. Dr. Arias’ personal history and knowledge provide her with a unique perspective into the minds, hearts, fears and aspirations of a people living in a closed society contrasted with Cubans living the American dream.
Readers will experience the ethos of Cubans and Cuban Americans. Authentically shared, it unfolds through the eyes of Anaís, a successful Cuban-American businesswoman who was adopted by a non-Latino family at a very young age at the start of the Cuban Revolution.