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Dusting Angels is a tale of the final three days of a friendship. It begins as an average morning for Jay, Nikki, and Lenny; incapacitated by drug induced sickness and desperation for the next score. These harrowing components will inspire an ill-conceived plot to rob a local drug dealer; a decision that will set the stage for a series of tragic events, including the accidental consumption of angel dust. This inadvertent miscalculation induces a form of psychosis that unleashes their demons who ambitiously hunt them down without restraint.

The trio’s families would be left stunned by the   devastation; helplessly searching for anything that could serve as a solution to the psychological scars that years of emotional and sexual abuse created. When dawn breaks, it reveals the pain their children carry followed by desperate attempts to rectify their parental mistakes and salvage a small fraction of their children’s innocence.



Maggie has a big problem. Tomorrow is summer vacation show-and-tell.  All of her classmates know exactly what they are going to talk about.  But Maggie doesn't have any idea what she can share.  
 
She could say she went on safari, or hiked the South Pole, or zoomed into outer space to Mars and the Moon.  But the truth is, Maggie didn't travel during the break.  The day is nearly over and Maggie hasn't found anything to bring to school...until she remembers something special about the months of summer. 
 
For children ages four to eight and pet-lovers of all ages, Maggie and the Summer Vacation Show-and-Tell is a story of love and compassion.  Mrvos’ debut children’s book was inspired by Charlie, a deserted dog that was rescued on a country road by a friend.  Charlie’s remarkable story is included as well as a discussion guide for starting conversations about summer vacations and caring for pets.





After dropping his university studies in physics, Vincent Tremons decides to look for a day job. Naturally inquisitive, he wanders through various forms of employment, often yielding to fantasy rather than reality. 


Vincent lands a job at a restoration studio where he meets Alistair Askham, an eccentric master of art restoration. After a few years in Askam’s studio, and a pivotal event, Vincent begins to hear voices and is drawn into the identity of painter, Hieronymus Bosch.


Vincent is referred to the Abbott Clinic, specializing in mental disorders suffered by painters and others employed in the arts. There, he meets young and ambitious  - Dr. Antonia Mittens - who soon discovers that Vincent has been harboring a secret. A crime committed at Askam's studio that drives him deeper into fantasy - and away from Antonia.

Antonia, tired and heartbroken, leaves the clinic and the mystery called Vincent Tremens - until she begins to receive mysterious letters from Vincent looking as though written in medieval times. What possible game could Vincent being playing with her now? 


Did Vincent write to her from the past? What is the parallel between Vincent and the master painter, Hieronymus Bosch? 


Most importantly, will he sweep Antonia into madness with him?