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Book: Whatever Became of Sin? by B. Roman
On a flight to Washington D.C., the past twelve years of Michael Warren's life begin to unravel. An environmental lobbyist, Michael is on his way to testify before a Senate Committee, and destroy the plans for a housing development built on land tainted with the same toxic waste that killed his six-year-old daughter, Dominique. A cassette handed to Michael by a stranger on the plane changes [...]
 
Book: Corruption Behind Bars - Stories of Crime and Corruption In Our American Prison System by Gary York
THIS BOOK TAKES A LOOK AT PRISON CRIME AND CORRUPTION THROUGH THE EYES OF THE INVESTIGATOR FROM THE START OF THE INVESTIGATION TO THE COURTROOM VERDICT. YOU WILL WALK STEP BY STEP THROUGHOUT THE CRIME AND CORRUPTION AS EACH STORY TELLS YOU EVERYONE'S THOUGHTS AND MOVEMENTS AS THEY PLAN AND COMMIT THEIR CRIMES FROM THE HEAD COMMANDER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS DOWN TO THE INMATES, YOU WILL [...]
 
Book: Dark Art - A Sam Duncan Thriller (The Angels' Share series) by Mac Logan
FEAR MAKES KILLERS OF THEM ALL Dark Art picks up the right where The Angels' Cut leaves off. An assassin walks into an upmarket restaurant in the City. Within seconds, a senior banker lies dead. Shortly after, the Chair of BIZZ is also shot. In a ruthless cover-up, the hierarchy is cleaning up loose ends. In this intelligent and powerful action thriller, danger is ever present. British detective [...]
 
Book: Jay's Coach Learns a Lesson - What can a boy do to stop corruption? (Jay's World Book 3) by Kamon Therrien
Children have to face situations where there is corruption. It is not an easy subject to talk about with kids, but it is not to be put in the drawer too. Jay's story happens at the swimming pool, and involves his best friend Broody. I made it funny in Jay's third adventure, but I made it straight to the point, we do not turn a blind eye on corruption at any level. I gave good clues to kids as [...]
 
Book: Arrested Development - A Veteran Police Chief Sounds Off About Protest, Racism, Corruption, and the Seven Steps Necessary to Improve Our Nation's Police ...
BOOK DESCRIPTION Repression of protest. Racial profiling. Excessive force. Misconduct. Corruption. In this hard-hitting book, Chief David Couper talks about his career, the police subculture, and his 20-year transformation of police in Madison, Wisc. The book is autobiography, history, and a police improvement manual in which he outlines the seven steps police must take in order to overcome the [...]
 
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: Kismet by Baldip Kaur
Anish is an innocent naive girl trapped in an arranged marriage to Akram, an abusive man, whilst still in love with Badal. Carma is a beautiful proud woman from India who comes to London in order to escape her first husband's cruelty by marrying a man who she believes to be kind and compassionate. Kismet is set in a prison in England where both women relive the tragic incidents that had resulted [...]
 
Book: The Testing Point by Eric Collins
When a prostitute is murdered in a seedy motel room, and an eyewitness points his finger at a cop, it seems an open and shut case. But rookie officer Ben Grasso isn't buying the official story and undertakes his own unsanctioned investigation. Fellow officer Dina Greenbaum learns of her partner's dangerous investigation and, despite lessons from her past that should have warned her away, she [...]
 
Book: The Insiders by Craig Hickman
The Insiders by New York Times bestselling author Craig Hickman does something altogether original, and genius. Part deference to the American dream, part economic conspiracy with a shocking twist, part knock down, drag out, high-octane entertainment, this novel is spellbinding fury and long overdue. Wilson Fielder is an unsuspecting hero. A rising star at a prestigious management consulting [...]
 
Book: Awakening by Thomas N.
Y read his wife's text messages and found out about her affair with Chung, her old classmate. He began to search for ways to win back her affections, all the while reflecting on their past with all the hardships and struggles involved with their survival during the Vietnam War, the aftermath, and the open door policy. Y resorted to many different methods in his attempts to win her back, even [...]
 
Book: They Cried Wolf by Rafael
Along with a stunned nation, Diego Constance gapes at the newscast. A frantic evacuation escalates, as a virulent contagion dissolves Midwesterners by the tens of thousands. It confirms the staggering betrayal he's uncovered. His boss, the President of the United States, is responsible. Masked by an engineered calamity, the President has maneuvered a panicked congress into granting him [...]
 
Book: The Deputy Prime Minister by Robert Cubitt
When the Parliamentary expenses scandal broke back in 2009 I was as incensed as anyone. It wasn't so much the pettiness or extravagance at some of the claims, it was the sheer sense of entitlement of some of the MPs who we, the public, elect to represent us. They just didn't get it and I doubt that they do even in 2015. Since 2009 we have been hit by more scandals, some related to expenses where [...]
 
Book: Clothcaps & Baccy by Brian Bradford
'Clothcaps & Baccy' gives a twisted insight to simple everyday corruption in our midst honest people would find hard to believe. However Jensen Riley is not the only one making easy money. Tyneside in the North East of England is not alone for corruption, choose any place you live and take a look around. Can it happen where you live 'you bet ya' right under your nose! A must read for all cops, [...]
 
Book: Collision Course (A Josh Williams Novel) by Joe Broadmeadow
Collision Course is an intense police procedural and legal thriller incorporating elements of blind political aspirations, human failings, and hope. In the style of Scott Turow and John Grisham, Collision Course is a fascinating and enjoyable read. The novel is set in the background of the strained relationship between the Police and the minority community arising from racial prejudices embedded [...]
 
Book: 11 Oak Street by Graham Cook
The true story of the abduction of a three-year-old child from Bristol, England to San Francisco, California and its appalling consequences. ABOUT THE BOOK - 11 Oak Street is the true story of how the Queen's bankers, Coutts & Co., sent two cashier's cheques to a law firm in San Francisco with the wrong address on the envelope (11 Oak Street instead of 1111 Oak Street), setting off a chain of [...]
 
Book: Vodun (La' Femme Fatale' Publishing ) - Chain of Souls by E. Devearl
Our story begins on the border of Ghana and Togo in 1752, thousands of Vodun (Voodoo) followers gather for a spectacular seven-day celebration called Kokuzahn, honoring their deity, Flimani Koku, the ancient warrior god. Vodun is considered to be the first religion; its roots date back six thousand years originating in West Africa. Koku guaranteed protection in combat and invincibility in battle. [...]
 
Book: Silenced Justice - A Josh Williams Novel by Joe Broadmeadow
Because without Truth, there is no Justice! Silenced Justice. The compelling new novel of corruption, greed, and the search for the truth Lieutenant Josh Williams is back in this latest thriller from Joe Broadmeadow, Silenced Justice. When his former boss, retired Lieutenant Chris Hamlin, asks him to reopen an old case, Josh uncovers the shocking truth behind an innocent man's death in prison. In [...]
 
Book: Zemsta by Victoria Brown
What Drives Good People to Do Something Bad? As terrible revelations come to light, four people join together to commit an unspeakable act When a member of the privileged upper class frames a Polish immigrant for a socialite's murder in 1920s Akron, the heart-pounding events that follow lead to a stunning and unexpected conclusion. This gripping tale of bigotry and class distinctions includes [...]
 
Book: Assassination Continuum (The Harry Fingle Collection) by Nick Wastnage
The wrong man is murdered in a cafe in Istanbul. A feared Russian assassin, mortified by his mistake, vows to put it right. Harry Fingle's lover becomes over-inquisitive, and his spy-friend tells him to watch out. Tension mounts. The Russians hire a Serbian hitman as a back-up executioner, and Harry questions his trusted spy-friend's loyalties.
 
Book: In the Shadows of the Oaks by Frank Settineri
Electricity sparked through the air when their eyes first met but neither Landi nor Sean, the tutor of her son, could succumb to their desires. Instead she fled to the safety of her bedroom to escape the inevitable. Ultimately, after three months of denial their sequestered feelings burst through the facade, culminating in passionate romance. Their world was now complete with one exception - [...]
 
Book: Unexpected - A Tale of Deception by Peter Alpert
The town of Eagleton is a rural community nestled in Colorado. The people who call the town home, twelve thousand in all, are for the most part plain-spoken and hard-working. George Schmidt is one such townsperson. He spends most of his time eking out a modest existence on the farm he inherited from his father. His social life consists of a morning coffee in town. He doesn't have time for much [...]
 
Book: A Rogue Element by Paul Nat
"As the clock ticks, the audience around me waits anxiously for this cavernous gas chamber to be occupied by tonight's convicts. Many of them are excited... though some of them cannot overcome their grief for even the upcoming death of tonight's murderers cannot bring back what was taken away..." From that intriguing, bloodcurdling declaration, author Paul Nat will take you on a gripping journey [...]
 
Book: Weeping Willow (MHIU Book 1) by Adam Llewellyn
Having left the nightmare of Detroit far behind him, Lieutenant David Carmichael starts his new job in Steckland running a specialist unit that investigates multiple homicides. He is immediately thrown into a case that not only forces him to confront one of the most shameful parts of his own past, but sets him against one of the most twisted, perverse and dangerous killers the city of Steckland [...]
 
Book: Sleer Campaign by John Rogers
After accepting her dream position in a biotechnology company, Riva Scardini is confronted by secrets surrounding her live-in boyfriend and her fellow employees. As she exposes the secrets she is swept into a world dominated by malevolent individuals with tremendous influence over corrupt politicians, governmental officials, federal agencies, international conglomerates and innocent, or naive, [...]
 
Book: Secretsincity by Deray Ogden
Melbourne street dweller and graffi tist, BRINEY RUZA, has created a bizarre trackside game of secrets as a bit of cheeky fun for city commuters. But after a near-death train surfing incident, walls, her public canvas, begin using Briney and her art to release the secrets they were built to contain. One family-related secret leads Briney and her ratbag boyfriend ZAC to TEREZIN, a small Czech [...]
 
Book: The House of Kane by Barbara Casey
Enter the world of bestselling publishing, filled with intrigue, power, betrayal, ambition and greed. Yet for Aislinn Marchant it represents the attainment of a life's dream, a point of destiny, as she is caught up in the storm that is the House of Kane. Simultaneously wise and poignant, exotic and suspenseful, House of Kane is a fascinating story of loyalty, treachery and the power of destiny. [...]
 
Book: Lone Shark by Tin Larrick
"Yeah, I know Eastbourne," Hatch said, adjusting himself. "Great place for hiding bodies..." London, 2017. The Western world is verging on bankruptcy. Half of all commercial buildings lie empty, petrol is virtually a black market commodity, and bad debtors go to prison, often via hospital. The prohibitive costs of prosecution and litigation mean that violence and corruption are rife, and crime is [...]
 
Book: Rising Tide by Susan Roebuck
Time, and most of Portugal, has almost forgotten Luminosa, a small fishing community on the Alentejo coast. A cluster of white and blue cottages huddle under the cliffs overshadowed by the great manor of Herdade Albatroz whose family has ruled the village since the days of Napoleon. Far off the tourist route, nobody visits Luminosa by chance. When a ruthless American racketeer turns up, the [...]
 
Book: Damned from Memory by Sparky McLaughlin
Damned from Memory, a confidential expose by an ex -narcotics agent traces the links from drug transit zones to the streets of the east coast, with straight lines to the White House, State Department, and the CIA following the truth; however inconvenient it is for a Washington heavyweight photographed at a fundraiser where illegal contributions were amassed from persons with ties to drug [...]
 
Book: I Cried for Africa by John Alexander Grosart
This is the true story of John and Sylvia Grosart who lived in Africa for 16 years. It tells of their life and experiences through their eyes, of the Wildlife, Poverty, Corruption, and Survival, from South Africa through to Malawi. In the last twelve years they built and operated there own Safari Lodge on the shore of LAke Malawi near the Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve. This finally finished in [...]
 
Book: For Love of Anna by James Lawless
When university student Guido van Thool accidentally bumps into the beautiful ballerina Anna Zweig in Loti's cafe, it sets them off on a whirlwind of romance of ballet concerts, anti-globalisation marches and love trysts in bluebell woods. Even when Guido is called away for military service, time can't test their faithfulness, as they keep their passion warm with love letters. Paralleling their [...]
 
Book: The Sand Bluff Murders by C. M. Albrecht
Sleepy Sand Bluff hasn't had a murder in twenty years. That's about to change!" When Jonas McCleary gets the opportunity to join the force in sleepy Sand Bluff, he jumps at it. A cushy job in a little town where nothing ever happens. He can relax and enjoy life, and since Jonas is getting onto thirty, he's hoping with a little luck, to meet Miss Right. But on his third day in Sand Bluff, another [...]
 
Book: In His Blood by Lee Williams
Scott Garity followed in his father's footsteps fighting the good fight. It was in In His Blood. Eighteen years after his father, a decorated Chicago policeman, was killed in the line of duty Scott is told that his father was corrupt, an adulterer, and committed suicide. But the worst is yet to come. Scott deals with these issues and more as he is thrown into the investigation of a ghetto street [...]
 
Book: The Poisoned Ground (The Peers of Beinan) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
CORPORATE GREED. CORRUPTION. PLAGUE. All was well for the southern city of Nanli -- until a mysterious plague filled the city with fear and agony. Duty bound to discover the cause, Lady Abbess Cara races against time to find a cure only to be caught up in a dangerous conspiracy that may claim her life and the lives of billions for generations to come.
 
Book: Tell a Thousand Lies by Rasana Atreya
Tell A Thousand Lies is one of our five favourite tales from India. -- Glam Magazine, UK (June 2014) Shortlisted for the 2012 Tibor Jones South Asia prize At a time when traditional publishers are churning out mindless bestsellers by celebrity (Indian) authors, it's such a treat to find an author who writes so engagingly and entertainingly and yet has something vital to say. -- Ashok Banker, [...]
 
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