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Book: Importing Democracy - The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, & Argentina by Julie Fisher
While street protesters demanding democratic reforms make headlines in the international news, Importing Democracy: The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, and Argentina, written by Julie Fisher and published by the Kettering Foundation Press, focuses on a quieter movement led by democratization NGOs. In South Africa, the Good Governance Learning Network shares participatory tools to make [...]
 
Book: Not Much of a Crime by Steven W. Johnson
"If the brothels are closed, how do you plan to replace the six and a half million dollars in tax revenue they generate each year?" Who knew a simple question posed at a town council meeting could result in so much havoc? It caused retired state Senator Henry Springfield to lose out on a lucrative land deal and the millions it would have earned him. But that's just the beginning. After asking [...]
 
Book: Winning Political Campaigns - A Comprehensive Guide to Electoral Success by William S. Bike
Winning Political Campaigns: A Comprehensive Guide to Electoral Success, by William S. Bike is a comprehensive handbook for planning, organizing, and executing a successful campaign for elective office. Written in an easy-to-use format, the book is designed for both novice campaigners and experienced workers. Winning Political Campaigns covers everything from advertising to building alliances, [...]
 
Book: Searching for Abraham - A Roadmap to Political Change by Geoffrey Robinson
Regardless of your party affiliation, if there was a simple legal system for radically changing the toxic environment in Washington: Would you use it? With the ease of tapping an app on your smart phone you'd become involved? Tapping that app will result in a radical change in the direction of the ship of state. That radical change provides people both the time and opportunity to search for their [...]
 
Book: The Race (an inspiring story for left-handers) by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
Vicky's naturally cheerful nature is often put under strain by the frustrations she experiences through her left-handedness, but then she learns that being left-handed has its own advantages - and in a quite spectacular way. Vicky's Granddad has died and her Gran is coming for a visit. Vicky wants to cheer her up by embroidering a cushion as a gift, but Vicky is left-handed and she struggles to [...]
 
Book: Bill of Human Wrongs by C. Michaels
Claire Winslow has nightmares nearly every night, reliving the event when her sister killed a man, and then shot herself. The man had been a prominent CEO of an electronics company, a powerhouse citizen in their small town, her sister's rapist. Twenty years later, Claire Winslow, now a US Republican Senator from the state of Washington is an advocate for women's rights. Her national platform [...]
 
Book: Fiddler's Fling by Linda Wood Rondeau
When Jolene Murdock receives a call from an old boyfriend, her carefully crafted world crumbles. Told of her estranged father's terminal illness, she returns to a town she'd left three years ago, the scene of her secret sin. She thought her pending marriage to rising political star Robert Ashworth the penance God required of her to forget her talents, her music, and her love for Brookside. Dwight [...]
 
Book: Is it madness to be mad at madness - Political satire at it's best by Eugene Williams
Satire is not dead it just has been held hostage by people with no sense of humor. Is it madness to be mad at madness. Is one of those stand-up comedy bits that pokes fun of persons from the past but not that far past President Bush, Linda Vester and others Spike Lee and it's to makes light of everything and everybody, so lighten up and Free the Satire "No Satire no Peace", Who said that, where [...]
 
Book: United States of Arson by Peter O'Brien
United States of Arson is a political thriller that chronicles the rise of a contemporary revolution brought on by the suicide of the American dream. Although it is a work of fiction, United States of Arson is both socially relevant and timeless in terms of the current world issues it explores. When a tragic incident occurs in his neighborhood, Max Curtis is prompted to take a closer look at the [...]
 
Book: The Terrorist Plot at Gopherville by Steve Bartholomew
"Gopherville" was the author's first novel. It was intended to be a political satire on the then current administration and government security programs. The story involves a geezer who eats roadkill and would like to overthrow the government. It also includes some autobiographical elements which I won't go into here. Suffice it to say that the town in this story has much in common with the place [...]
 
Book: An Act of Self-Defense by Erne Lewis
What if Congress were controlled by corrupt politicians who used their offices to enrich themselves and their cronies? What if they could not be voted out of office because they control the election process? What if there was only one way to remove them from office? For more than 8 amazing months Amazon Reader Reviews ranked this incredible novel the #1 political thriller. Critics and readers [...]
 
Book: Deadly Syndrome - A Medical/Political Thriller by Arline Todd
Forced to yield to powerful political machinations, Dr. Resa Myles loses control of the research she spearheaded for a cancer vaccine. Against her advice, President Harland uses the vaccine as a political tool, and the Russian Federation uses it as a weapon. Now the immunization programs backfire and a deadly syndrome is unleashed on the world, a syndrome made even worse by nuclear war. The [...]
 
Book: Winter Devotions (Broken Body, Wounded Spirit - Balancing the SeeSaw of Chronic Pain Book 3) by Celeste Cooper and Jeff Miller
There is nothing charismatic about chronic pain regardless of its source. Pain and chronic illness are greedy and demanding consuming time, relationships, and function, and it threatens our dignity. The winter season is often compared to death. In this case it is the dying off of old thoughts and destructive behaviors. It is a season that offers the experience of many feelings and the opportunity [...]
 
Book: CRIME - It Does Pay by Doyle Turner
The American people, and in fact people all over the world, have been lied to, swindled, defrauded, enslaved, and deprived to their rights as human beings. I'm talking about crime from the very highest places on the globe. Those who are unaware just stumble on thinking it is the way it is and nothing can be done. It must be terrible to have no hope for a better life. Those of us with common sense [...]
 
Book: Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox - Story With Instructional Song by Sybrina Durant
"Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit and the Fox" is a cute story offering a fun and simple lesson for tying a "school boy knot" in a tie. It's a family activity book meant to make it fun for parents to teach their children the most popular method for tying a tie. It is so easy, in fact, that a very young child can quickly master it, especially with help of this little tale. If you are young at [...]
 
Book: The Great Game by D.R. Bell
After years of patient preparation, a block of countries led by China and Russia stages an overnight financial coup to unseat the US dollar as the world's reserve currency. Fortunes are made and lost in a matter of hours. But some have more far-ranging plans than financial gain. Computer engineer David Ferguson has no idea that a chance meeting with a friendly stranger in the airport will change [...]
 
Book: Thursday at Noon - a Mideast Political Thriller by William F. Brown
Treachery and double-dealing are the rule in this spy vs spy thriller. A dead Mossad agent, Nazi rocket scientists, the Moslem Brotherhood, a corrupt American ambassador, and two missing Egyptian tank regiments - somebody's trying to start another Arab-Israeli war. Richard Thomson is a burnt-out CIA agent who the Agency dumped in Egypt because they couldn't think of a worse place to send him. [...]
 
Book: Of Faith and Freedom - How cultural Marxism and political correctness hijacked America and how to take it back! by Joe Gilbert
It isn't very politically correct to say America is a Christian nation. However, the Founding Fathers were Christians and their core convictions were the bedrock upon which this country was built. These principles include the belief that as divine creations of God we are all equal before the law, each citizen has intrinsic worth and value above any government and our rights are endowed onto us by [...]
 
Book: Aim True, My Brothers - A Political Action Thriller by William F. Brown
Radical Islamic terrorism explodes on American shores. A shadowy Hamas legend is on a blood hunt, and his target is no less than the President of the United States. With years of combat experience in the rocky deserts of Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan, Mohammed Al-Bari has battled the best Special Ops troops America has to offer. But when his two brothers die in a bloody assault on a [...]
 
Book: Shadow of Eden by Louis Kirby
Amazon bestselling Medical and Political Thriller 'Shadow of Eden is an irresistible thriller that exposes the frightening power of the drug industry against a tense race to save lives. Read it before you take your next prescription!' DIRK CUSSLER, author of the DIRK PITT SERIES A call for a physician on board a 747 awakens Dr. Steve James. He is ushered into the cockpit where he finds an [...]
 
Book: Noble Beginnings - A Jack Noble Thriller (Jack Noble #1) by L.T. Ryan
"What an exciting book! Jack Reacher fans will love it." In March of 2002, while the eyes of the world focused on Afghanistan, Jack Noble finds himself on the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq. A Marine in name only, Jack is on-loan to the CIA. Normally an integral part of the team, he finds that he is nothing more than a security detail in Iraq. Jack and his partner Bear have a run-in with four CIA [...]
 
Book: Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series, Book #1) by Austin Dragon
This is how the controversial futuristic epic series begins 75 years from now. Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series, Book 1) is the provocative, sci-fi thriller by author Austin Dragon a dramatic mix of politics, religion, technology and intrigue. In 2089, a former skin-runner-turned-star-reporter quietly investigates the Washington DC murder of the most powerful political king-maker in the [...]
 
Book: Saffron and Seaweed - a Summer McCloud paranormal mystery (Book 2) by Nikki Broadwell
Summer and Jerry's romantic weekend takes a dark turn when they discover the body of a young woman in the surf. When the local police deny the crime and the newspaper prints nothing, Jerry and Summer realize they are on their own. But they have no idea how deep they will have to dig to find out the truth. The murder is only a thread in a web of lies that extends to the furthest reaches of [...]
 
Book: What Were They THINKING? - Inside the Minds of Trump’s Voters (Liberty and Justice Book 2) by Evelyn Roberts Brooks
They said it couldn't be done, but Evelyn Brooks did it: using the Vulcan Mind Meld, she accessed the minds of 60-odd million Trump voters to find out what they were thinking on Election Day, and reveals the survey results in this deliciously funny book of essays, a SNL-style skit "Trump vs Trump: The Looking Glass," an exit poll survey, a look into the Magical Thinking of "Rump Voters," quotes [...]
 
Book: Zombie/Apocalypse 2012 - A Political Horror Story by Ian McClellan
Zombie/Apocalypse 2012: A Political Horror Story is a zombie tale with a political background story- not from a left or right minded perspective, but from that of an average American who feels left behind by the system. It is the tale of a regular guy- an unemployed factory worker- in the first days of the end of the world, a time in which the ways of doing things have become muddled between pre [...]
 
Book: Keiretsu by Richard Brawer
An explosive political thriller. Toshio Nagoya, the ultra-nationalist CEO of Japan's largest Keiretsu plots to build nuclear weapons to protect his country from a menacing China. Using his cousin, John Nagoya, a lawyer and second generation Japanese-American, they build a large political action committee to thwart the expected United Sates' cease-and-desist demands. That's the catalyst that draws [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - A Political, Historical, Sociological Perspective (Book 2) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
This is not for people who avoid the truth, and rely on disinformation. It's not for people who have to have happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. This is telling it like it is and like it was. It's for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth, for better or worse, about political, historical, and sociological America. So it is controversial. In the 21st century in America [...]
 
Book: The Zombie, the Cat, and Barack Obama - Featuring appearances from The Illuminati, Osama Bin Laden, Larry the Downing Street cat, Queen Elizabeth II, the ...
What have Barack Obama, Queen Elizabeth II and the Three Little Pigs got in common? They are all characters in this hilarious horror/political satire. You will never look at President Obama the same way again, after reading about his embarrassing, (but very funny), secret. There have been many conspiracy theories about the origins and ancestry of Barack Obama. Some are just plain ridiculous. [...]
 
Book: Never to be Seen Again by R. Shangit
'Never To Be Seen Again' is my first autobiographical book, documenting my career as an electrician and later an employee within the education system. Often humorous, it describes my journey through the Heath and Thatcher years, the ensuing power cuts and industrial unrest. Whilst my incarceration within the education system has been enlightening, it has left a definite impact upon me which I [...]
 
Book: The Law of Nature by Evans Priligkos
I would like to apologize to everyone who has purchase this book. I have un-publish the book from amazon. My story was originally written in Greek language and the translator-editor who worked on this book did a really bad job in translating and editing. The book is going to be re-publish the next summer with a new title and with a professional editing. Thanks for your understanding and i am sure [...]
 
Book: Flidderbugs by Jonathan Gould
As Kriffle the Flidderbug investigates why his fellow 'bugs find it impossible to agree on the pressing issue of how many points there are on the leaves of the tree on which they live, he finds that the truth is more complicated, and ultimately more terrifying, than he ever could have imagined. Flidderbugs is a political satire, a modern fable, or maybe just a funny little story about a bunch of [...]
 
Book: American Fan by Pierre King
My book is about never given up. And the power of the American vote. My primary age for readers is 18-47. It took me 2 months to write my book. I came up with the title because I believe in America as a country. Having the power to believe in the power to vote. Why we as Americans should vote for what they believe in. Being part of history election in 2012. I research past president Bill Clinton, [...]
 
Book: Dark Alleys by Lillian Duncan
Being innocent and proving it are two different things, especially when a powerful politician is involved Tessa's life spiraled out of control, and she finds herself in a dark alley on a cold wintry night where she witnesses a murder, and almost becomes his second victim. Homeless and alone, she knows the authorities won't believe someone like her, leaving her only one option to run.
 
Book: Through the Eyes of a Fly by Steve Briggs
How many of us are aware of the vast amount of CCTV cameras which are monitoring our every move 24 hours a day by the authorities? Sounds scary doesn't it? Especially when you think that even from space satellites are monitoring us. We can even use our own personal computers to zoom into our very back yards. Let us follow Colin and David on their quest as they use their invention to spy on the [...]
 
Book: Harding, A Two Dollar Novel by Don Fleury
You know me. I was the guy who stepped in front of you at the coffee shop with just a smile and a nod of the head. You didn't seem to mind. I was the cool kid in high school and the one to hang with from the college frat. That was then. Now I go mostly unnoticed; too many late nights, too much alcohol, way too many mornings waking up next to the wrong woman. I have endangered most of my [...]
 
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