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Enter the mysterious world of Morgan Mandel, where you'll find a variety of books to suit your taste: A good twin, bad twin romantic thriller, a hero out for revenge, a heroine out for a new job, a widow out for a fresh life, others out to recapture their youth.


AWAKE: A good Twin, Bad Twin Thriller

After suffering the devastating loss of her parents, Rina returns home to confront the man who'd broken her heart.


Danger awaits her when she plots revenge. She has no idea the man she defies is not the man she once loved.

One twin will try anything, even kill, to get the woman and the multi-million dollar company his brother owns.  

The other twin awakens from a coma only to find his identity has been stolen.



Julie McGuire wants out as a lawyer. She's attracted to Tyler, a sexy, NY Times bestselling author, who's as much a mystery as his books.

Standing in her way is Dade, Julie's best friend and law partner, who refuses to watch her tear apart what they've worked so hard to attain.

He can't understand why she'd rather write than practice law. To make matters worse, the people around Julie start dying, making her wonder if her passion for writing might be the death of her.


Author Robert Walker says, "Killer Career hits all the right keys and notes! Author Mandel has hit her stride! A great read!"

Author Austin S. Camacho, says, "The roller coaster of joy and horror, love and terror made me dizzy until the final surprise."


Be prepared to be nervous and on edge when 55 year old widow, Dorrie Donato, takes a pill to be 24 forever. Getting old turns out to be the least of her concerns when she's running for her life from the villains and the law.



This particular short science fiction thriller focuses on two individuals. The husband's health is in dire straits. The wife takes a chance by offering him the daily FOREVER YOUNG pill with the hope of turning back the clock to when he was healthy. See what happens when the consequences prove more than the wife can handle.  

Two Wrongs  

A thriller, with romantic elements, set in Chicago, when Marshall Field's wasn't Macy's, & Chicago basketball was king. Included are references to Chicago locales - Chase Park, Our Lady of Lourdes Church, DePaul University, & more. 

Original Reviews:  Barbara D'Amato, Past president of Mystery Writers of America and of Sisters in Crime, says, "A tale of failed justice, vengeance, and love. A wrongful conviction spawns death down through the years. Both tragic and hopeful. Two Wrongs engages the reader's emotions." 

Martha Powers, Freelance editor, thriller and romance author, says: "The author vividly describes the conflict between love and revenge that threatens to tear apart the main characters in Two Wrongs. She does an excellent job of swinging between the two main viewpoints and captures the changes in the characters as they progress from young men to mature adults." 


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