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Songs About Life: A Novel About Love and Life Trish Faber
In this romantic comedy, Alex Hanson, a writer for the local newspaper, is naturally curious. When she crosses paths with Bobby, a bedraggled, regular at Wilken’s Place, she becomes intrigued. Who was this man and what was his story? As she struggles to uncover the mystery surrounding Bobby, Alex realizes that maybe the same questions apply to her own life. Who was she and what was her story? Join Alex on her hilarious journey of self-discovery…the people she meets, her friends and her lovers. Will she ever find all the pieces of her puzzle? She can only hope…
I Was, I Am, I Will Be: A True Life Tale of Undercover Crime and Romance Trish Faber
Written by John Coventry and Trish Faber. There’s nothing more intriguing than a true-life thriller, where the protagonist maneuvers through a world of high-stake drugs, espionage, and terror. Along the way, he unwisely falls in love with a woman whose commitment to her cause is greater than the love she shares with him. “I Was, I Am, I Will Be” chronicles the life of a young British man, born into wealth, prestige and a family name dating back to the 1600’s. But this storied background isn’t enough to save John Hugo Coventry from the lure of easy money when the opportunity arises. How does he get in this mess? And how the hell is he going to get out of it?
Ghost: Chapter One Trish Faber
FREE SNEAK PEEK CHAPTER ONE! “Ghost” is the true story of Rick Watkinson, his journey from a tumultuous childhood, to his current stay behind bars in an Alaskan State Penitentiary. Who is this man and what causes a person to cross the boundaries of humanity and murder your parents? Can these events be strictly traced to upbringing and environment, or do some people have an inherent propensity for evil? Is redemption or rehabilitation even possible? Stripped down to it’s core, this is a story of a boy who just wanted to be loved. A boy who just wanted to belong, and be part of a family, whatever that incarnation of a family might have been. He is not asking for forgiveness, nor is he expecting it. He can only move forward, continuing to find the light in a life of darkness.