'In the Closet, Under the Bed'
"In The Closet and Under the Bed" is a book about children’s imaginations as they confront those scary things that go bump in the night. Through a series of misadventures the hero negotiates his own settlement that makes everyone happy and secure.
'Thoughts of a Fried Chicken Watermelon Woman'
As the controversy continues between the races, between police and suspects, Karen Ford gives one Black woman's thoughts on the issues of the day in "Thoughts of a Fried Chicken Watermelon Woman." She offers a more realistic view on issues like Stand Your Ground Laws, the prison industrial complex and others.
'On Medicine Today: The Good, the bad and the ugly'
Over the past several decades, the medical profession has lost much of its once-proud nobility, the practice of medicine has lost much of its fun, and the education of physicians has lost much of its rigor. Saddened and disappointed by these losses, Dr. Fred fights back—with his pen in "On Medicine Today: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."
Edward has three sons. His eldest, Thomas, is a professor of English literature and begins the saga as a stodgy Brit with a dull-as-dishwater wife. Kevin, the middle son, becomes an international sailboat racer and is the cheeky adventurer. It is Bryan, Edward's youngest son, who is his pride and joy from the beginning. It is Bryan who takes Oxford Marine, Ltd. to new levels.
'The Coven of the Spring'
The powers affect each person differently. Crissy's father turns against his wife and daughter and tries to kill Crissy to protect the secret. Passerby, Clay Foster, a former Navy Seal, saves Crissy from drowning in Lake Michigan's icy waters where her father has pushed her. Clay and his psychologist friend Sharon take Crissy into protection and join forces to destroy the cult before it destroys them. After several fierce fights with the Coven, they escape to Bermuda, where the witches attack them again. Finally, Grace teams up with the threesome and they all return to Salem for a final show down with the The Coven of the Spring.
Dr. Jeff Lovell believes truth and truth telling have to be the basis of intimate human behavior and relationships. He uses the relationships in his book "Emerald" to show examples of good and bad rel
A novel published by Total Recall Publishers. He has published a coaching text, Coaching Football’s Polypotent Offense, a short story, “That Ain’t No Walleye”.