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Steph Burkhart

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Steph Burkhart has published several books under "SG Cardin." Both in Manchester, New Hampshire, She received a BS in political science from California Baptist University in 1995 and served in the U.S. Army from 1986-1997. She lives in California and works for the LAPD's Communications Division answering 911 calls.

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Riordan pens a story stuffed with action, adventure, and myths with "Sea of Monsters." When the tree that guards Camp Half Blood is poisoned and Chiron accused of the deed, Percy and his friends must

Book Reviews> Childrens Books l 2 years ago

"Unbreak My Heart" is a heartwarming story about second chances. A baby in her arms, all Kate Frost wants to do is avoid the press. She seeks out her childhood friend, Andre Le Court for help. Dare

Book Reviews> Romance l 2 years ago

The Five Love Languages for Children is a book that will help parents better understand what motivates their kids and how to keep them happy. There are five love languages which everyone understands:

Book Reviews> Self Help l 2 years ago

Kincaid crafts a story full of suspense with "Something Special." Part of the Class of '85 Reunion Series, Jane Grey returns to Summerville to recover her uncle's inheritance only to find herself in

Book Reviews> Romance l 2 years ago

Markland writes a sweeping Norman epic with "Conquering Passion." Rambaud (Ram) de Montbryce is a Norman noble and a trusted assistant to William the Conqueror. His own heart refuses to be tamed

Book Reviews> History l 2 years ago

McNeal pens a haunting romance full of longing and desire with "The Violin." Genevieve Beaumont was born and raised in modern times, but when she discovers a violin owned by a man who died in 1927,

Book Reviews> Romance l 2 years ago

Hodges pens a fantasy tale full of action, adventure, love, greed, and betrayal with "The Emerald Dagger." The timespace rift to the medieval land, Daradawn, opens only once for seven days every

Book Reviews> SciFi Fantasy Horror l 2 years ago

Plaidy pens an intimate look at Mary and Anne Stuart, sisters who both reigned as Queens of England. Mary and Anne have both been raised Protestant, whereas their father is Catholic to the bone. When

Book Reviews> History l 2 years ago

Riordan fashions a modern tale of the Olympians that will keep you turning the pages with "The Lightning Thief." Percy Jackson is a 6th grader with a lot of problems. Diagnosed with ADHD and

Book Reviews> Childrens Books l 2 years ago

Freeburn crafts a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat with "Lost Then Found." Jonas Knight is a skip tracer - a person who is an expert at helping to hide others - so is his ex-wife,

Book Reviews> Romance l 2 years ago

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