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Book: White Jade (The PROJECT) by Alex Lukeman
WHITE JADE spins a web of deceit and murder across the globe, against the backdrop of a deadly international power game. Former Recon Marine Nick Carter is a man with a dark history of emotional and physical scars. He works for the PROJECT, a covert counter-terrorism unit reporting to the President. Selena Connor is a beautiful, strong and skilled linguist. When her wealthy uncle is murdered by [...]
 
Book: Politically Incorrect Columns, Stories and Articles by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This E-Book is a collection of columns and short stories written by the author since the year 2000 and syndicated to editors of newspapers and magazines, as well as to some Radio and TV talk show producers, over the last 14 years. Most are based on "Nuclear Terror Geopolitics Research" program which is conducted by 21st Century Research on a continuous basis. Many columns are commentary on [...]
 
Book: Nuclear Power - How a Nuclear Power Plant Really Works by Amelia Frahm
At the Nukie Nuclear Power Plant, inside the nuclear reactor that sat beneath the big dome, (a.k.a. Reactor Containment Building) a whole lot of fissioning was going on. Where did it come from? Where did it go? A chubby lab rat and a pretty blue bird think they know. They speculate, exaggerate and blame everything they don t understand on their arch-enemy, a cat named Penelope. Who they suspect [...]
 
Book: How They Stopped Hitler's Nuclear Weapons Program by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
Germany discovered nuclear fission in 1938 and by 1941 they patented a design for a plutonium bomb. As soon as WW2 started German Army began development of a nuclear weapon. British intelligence tried to find ways to stop such activity and this story is about a possible way that psychological warfare was used to convince Hitler to terminate nuclear weapons development. There are no records of any [...]
 
Book: Nuclear Surprise by Rob Carnell
In this action thriller Kamal Pashwari, a billionaire from the Middle East decides the United States needs to be taught a lesson for his sons death in a military encounter. He finds an ingenious way to steal and smuggle an old Russian suitcase nuclear weapon into the U.S. with an unknown target. Russia is terrified it will be blamed, and sends their top agent Natasha Karpov to team up with Matt [...]
 
Book: Nuclear Road Trip - Onward to Destruction by Barbara Griffin Billig and Michelle McKeeth
Terrorists are alive and well, busy with their sabotage of the United States, the country they expect to take over for themselves. A target city has been selected. A plan is in place. They are certain they can far surpass what happened to the twin towers in New York City on 9/11. Meanwhile one of the oldest nuclear power plants in the US has a major radiation leak. The power plant company does [...]
 
Book: Mankind's Worst Fear by David Erickson
On Mars, Air Force Colonel Kaider O'Brien leads scientists to a subterranean site containing an artifact of alien creation. On Earth, Professor George Schumer guides his experimental submarine through sudden, intense turbulence off the coast of Oregon. Through a twist of quantum physics, both men meet 300 years in the future on Earth, devastated by nuclear winter, to save mankind from extinction [...]
 
Book: #Betrayal - A nuclear fiction novel of survival by Barbara Griffin Billig
Lies, greed, power, and murder all intertwine in this tale. The nuclear power plant accident in Fukushima, Japan, is over two years old and threatens the world with its deadly pollution. The United Nations decrees that an independent team will be sent to Japan to evaluate the ongoing situation. Bryce Anderson's company in southern California is selected. He finds that he is not welcomed with open [...]
 
Book: The Nuclear Catastrophe (a fiction novel of suspense) by Barbara C. Griffin Billig
Set in Southern California, this is the story about the people living and working near a nuclear power plant that experiences a large earthquake. The book follows the paths of Ben Harrington, head of the nuclear power plant and Sara, his pregnant wife. Frank and Paula Waring with two children live in San Mirado, an adjacent town. Althea Carr is their school teacher, and Cecil Yeager is employed [...]
 
Book: The Chicken Little Agenda - Debunking by Robert G. Williscroft
A scientist takes on the distortions and outright lies foisted on the public! Robert G. Williscroft firmly establishes that the sky is not falling. By using scientific research and solid reasoning, he explains some of the most disturbing problems facing our nation including global warming, the safety of nuclear power, the politics of education, and the oxymoron of government efficiency. With a [...]
 
Book: A Cold War Love Affair by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is the story of a Soviet nuclear weapons expert and a Cuban singer who meet by accident in the Arctic and experience what the French call "un coup de foudre" (love at first sight) for each other. Unfortunately Soviet security organs and Cold War conditions in communist countries are not conducive to development of a romance.
 
Book: Bottom Dwellers by A. Shane Etter
After suffering a stroke, forty-eight year old, karate black belt Patrick Dylan is scuba diving in Lake Lanier for exercise and therapy. He encounters green skinned mutant people with gills who have been living there for more than fifty years, since the lake was created. While diving, Patrick also meets beautiful Park Ranger Trudy Price who soon becomes his fiancee. Just as with all people, there [...]
 
Book: Exchanging Islands by Graham Mcglone
Graham Mcglone was born at Silvertown in London's docklands in 1946. His long career in the Merchant Navy, from deck boy to captain, gave him a wide experience to write books with a nautical theme. He is happily retired, travels extensively, and lives near Folkestone in Kent. The year is 1998. The unthinkable has happened. The power-crazed leaders of Russia, the USA, and Libya, are are embarking [...]
 
Book: Tribulation and Escape by Carl Facciponte
It is not difficult to see that the world is not getting to be a better place to live. Carl Facciponte carefully and logically lays out the final seven years of Earth's history, the signs that we are approaching the final days, and discusses the controversial topic of "The Rapture of the Church". Could there be proof in the Bible that there is actually more than one rapture? We will explore how [...]
 
Book: The Seventh Pillar by Alex Lukeman
Book Three in the PROJECT Series. A fanatical terrorist has visions of the Islamic Mahdi commanding him to begin the Apocalypse and bring about the End of Days. An ancient brotherhood of assassins hidden for centuries reappears to murder and ignite the fires of war. A truck carrying a terrible weapon leaves Sudan for the lawless mountains of Algeria and an unknown destination. Director Elizabeth [...]
 
Book: Operation Werwolf by Tom Kane
Operation Werwolf - World War II Action/Adventure Germany is being defeated on all fronts, but for the Allies, the war in Europe is not won. Hitler launches Operation Werwolf and groups of fanatical soldiers, both young and old, are the Nazi's only hope of instigating a daring plan to destroy London and New York with Hitler's latest wonder weapons. The leader of one Nazi Werwolf group is [...]
 
Book: Surviving the Rapture - Alive in America by Mark Howard
Rapture, true or false? Almost a year ago it was on every headline and news outlet as many said "it's coming!". A follow up quick rapture review of its unusual history, meaning, credibility and doubts. Disproving the rapture, moving beyond the rapture at last and disbelief of it, optimistically looking ahead to staying alive and the new future all in this nation, and world, face.
 
Book: Before the First Snow - Stories from the Revolution by Walter M. Brasch
In this novel, award-winning journalist Walter M. Brasch slowly and meticulously builds a scenario of greed, corruption, and intrigue, set against the backdrop of social protest. In so doing, he weaves a compelling story of history and contemporary American values between 1964 and 1991, every bit as powerful and timely today as they were more than two decades earlier.
 
Book: The Samson Option by Sharon Alice Geyer
In The Samson Option, Sharon Alice Geyer reveals worlds within worlds. You will glimpse ancient Biblical secrets against a backdrop of modern-day political intrigue, all the while rooting for our young hero and heroine to survive and be reunited. With her gift for action, dialogue and description, Geyer gives the reader a birds-eye view of the landscape and people of the Holy Land, her adopted [...]
 
Book: The Martian Marauders by Michael D. Smith
In 2033 Captain Jack Commer drops the planet-wrecking Xon bomb to end the Final War. The remnants of Earth's population are hastily evacuated to Mars, where previously unknown native Martians rise in rebellion, led by their new human emperor, the traitor Sam Hergs. Amid family squabbles rising from the presence of four Commer brothers aboard his ship, Jack finds himself battling Martian [...]
 
Book: A Cold Paradise by George Zell Heuston
Bradford Lehman is only eighteen when he is handpicked by U.S. government intelligence to spearhead an incredibly dangerous mission on the unforgiving terrain of Washington's Mt. Rainier. It is suspected that Soviet military agents are prepared to position a portable nuclear bomb on top of the mountain in a statement of Cold War dominance. As a guide for the Rainier Guide Service, Lehman is a [...]
 
Book: To Kill the Duke by Sam Moffie
This novel is a carefully woven escapade that brings together the elite Russian spy squad of Mr. Zavert, Boris Gila, Alexei Aleksandra and Ivan Viznapu as they start on a dangerous mission that brings them into contact with the gangsters Mickey Cohen and Johnny Stompanato, the billionaire Howard Hughes, the producer/director Dick Powell, the actress Susan Hayward, countless others, and of course [...]
 
Book: Slaves of Space Astronauts: Nibiru, genetic engineering and nuclear war by Christopher Griffith
Slaves of Space Astronauts is quite simply the only history lesson you need to know about. Planet Nibiru, way out in our solar system, had to send astronauts through space to Earth because they needed our gold. But once here, these same astronauts grew weary of mining for the metal, so they indulged in a little bit of genetic engineering to create a slave race who would do the work for them. That [...]
 
Book: Kimchi Panda (Z-Spot Diaries Book 5) by Zoe Scarlatti
Kimchi Panda is Episode 5 of Zoe Scarlatti's Z-Spot Diaries. Murder. But it's a living. The current contract takes Zoe to Chicago. It's not been a good town for her in the past. And today's not looking much better. Kim Jong-un, a fortune teller, an al Qaeda affiliate, Dennis Rodman, and a Yakuza bodyguard. If not for Suki, it might have been a total loss.
 
Book: A Time of Fear - Book Three of The Time Magnet Series by Russell F. Moran
A Time of Fear - Sequel to The Thanksgiving Gang - A time travel and alternate history novel of courage and terrorism. In a month, five American cities will be devastated by suitcase nuclear bombs. The time travelers take on their old name, The Thanksgiving Gang. They know what will happen, because they traveled to the future. They know what the result will be. They've seen the devastation. They [...]
 
Book: Fatal Allegiance (Shattered Allegiance) by Philip S. Woods
Fatal Allegiance chronicles a rapidly changing geopolitical landscape in a tempest tossed world. The United States, severely weakened by a devastating race war, is further compromised by a reemergent Soviet Union. A temporary military alliance between the Muslim Coalition and the Soviets ends diastrously and paves the way for a one world government. Events take a prophetic turn as the chosen [...]
 
Book: Raft 9 (The Peninsula Book 1) by AJ Harred
One hundred years from now accomplished aerospace engineer, Sara Ahmed, and the crew of Raft 9 are forced to flee from impending nuclear holocaust to the Peninsula, a space station waiting just beyond the moon. Chased by the blast, with no means of communication, and unsure of what the future holds, their launch seems doomed to fail. Will they escape in time? This first episode in The Peninsula [...]
 
Book: Murder by Deception (A John Lloyd Branson Mystery) by D.R. Meredith
At first glance, he was a fine figure of a man. Even the butcher knife buried in the middle of his chest didn't seriously detract ffrom his good looks. But that corpse, nude except for a pair of mismatched socks--and the butcher knife , of course--is trouble with a capital T for Leroy MacPherson, in whose wheat field the body is dumped, and rest of his extended family. It's also trouble for the [...]
 
Book: Journey for Revenge by Tom Renk
In the aftermath of the horrific 9-11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, surviving family members of the innocent victims come together in hundreds of grief counseling sessions to deal with their losses and depression. One small counseling group becomes so mired in their anger and frustration with their own government's inability to find the terrorists, they decide to go after them on [...]
 
Book: Time Split by Patricia Smith
A scientist is working on teleportation but, when he introduces live matter, his unit turns into a time machine. Initially, he vows to never use the machine, but finally relents when he realizes he could use it to help his mother. He goes back to Germany, just before World War II, to carry out a 'harmless' tinker, but returns to his own time zone to find a world ravaged by global nuclear war. *** [...]
 
Book: REWIND 717 - The Adventures of Time Traveler Anti-Terrorist Agent Cole Seeker by Christian Kallias
If you ever wondered whether your Freedom and Privacy are worth giving up for an illusion of Safety: You should enjoy reading this book - From the author of the bestseller saga UNIVERSE IN FLAMES ___ REVIEWS By Bobbi Amann on December 7, 2016 - Well I was skeptical to read a "modern" scifi novel, meaning the oldies but goodies of days gone by scifi were very different! This one started out pretty [...]
 
Book: Electromagnetism in Stars Light - Returning to Earth Again Interacting by Janett Lee Wawrzyniak
Within the wealth of information available this book presents electromagnetic wavelengths, their interaction and travel paths. Included are wavelength processes between and on stars, sun, moon and earth with natural color drawings their shapes indicating direction. How working with quantum the strong nuclear force, larger sight observed areas and their interactions in travel paths with earth [...]
 
Book: The Return of the Mahdi (The Samson Option Series Book 3) by Sharon Alice Geyer
Ari Ben Chaim, in this third book in the Samson Option Series, confronts the Mahdi Brotherhood who believe he is the Mahdi, the Muslim messiah. They direct him to bow up the Golan, triggering a volcanic meltdown that will dry up the Sea of Galilee. Lily, his wife, must prevent an even greater catastrophe in Jerusalem. From the tropical shores of the Galilee, to the arid peaks of Mt. Sinai, and [...]
 
Book: Book of John, Order of the Universe II (THE DIVINE PLAN, Order of the Universe) (Volume 2) by Gary Randall Braithwaite
JOHN WRITES THIS FIRST HAND ACCOUNT OF HIS TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS AS HE SURVIVES ON EARTH BETWEEN 2014 AND 2018, THIS INCLUDES THE END OF OCCUPY WARS, WASHINGTON DESTROYED BY NUCLEAR BOMB, SURVIVING THE KILLING FIELDS IN GEORGIA, HIS CARPENTRY WORK AT CAMP FEMA BARSTOW, HIS EXPERIENCES ON THE WAY TO TAOS, NEW MEXICO, HIS LIFE AT SMITTY'S COMMUNE, AND THE GREY'S VISITING HIM, AND HIS TRANSFER TO [...]
 
Book: The Sky Between Two Worlds (Book 1 - Nightfall) by Glen Erin Books
It's 2027. The world is running out of oil. The East and West have already fought one war over an oil embargo and tensions are rising again. Kantak Johnson is about to graduate from MIT and join the Air Force. On the campus lawn Kantak learns of a friend's discovery and recognizes that his friend's discovery can of change the balance of military power. The East also learns of the discovery, and [...]
 
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