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Book: M.A.G.A by True George
Two tales. Degenerates: Stephen a disgruntled person with a racist attitude mingles with a bunch of unorganized group of degenerates. They decide to create a day of mayhem and seek help to organize, but they experienced something unexpected... Me Too: Allegations of a crime were made, the home of the alleged perpetrator was located and now the family seeks justice; one way or another.
 
Book: Deadly Election - Spanish treasure makes the Presidency worth killing for (Asian Intrigue Book 1) by Arthur Crandon
Buried treasure. A corrupt politician. A man in the wrong place at just the right time... The Philippines. Former US Marine Paul McCain has traded in his rifle for a camera as a wildlife photographer. When he spies young villagers unearthing lost WWII gold, he happily captures their cries of delight. But their joyous shouts are drowned in a hail of bullets as McCain witnesses their brutal murder [...]
 
Book: PRIVILEGED WITNESS - A Josie Bates Thriller (The Witness Series Book 3) by Rebecca Forster
Grace McCreary swears she tried to stop her sister-in-law from jumping from her penthouse balcony but the police have a different take on the situation. They arrest Grace for murder which puts her brother, Senatorial candidate Matthew McCreary, in a spotlight he doesn't relish. Nor is he thrilled when Grace seeks out his former lover, Josie Baylor-Bates, to act as her defense attorney. Josie, who [...]
 
Book: Eyewitness - A Josie Bates Thriller (The Witness Series Book 5) by Rebecca Forster
In the dead of night, Josie Bates is ripped from sleep by the sounds of an epic storm raging over Hermosa Beach and a man beating on her door begging her to help Billy Zuni who is drowning in the raging sea. She arrives at the shore just in time to see the teenager pulled from the water, battered and near death. Ready to kill Billy's selfish, neglectful mother, Josie rushes to the Zuni house only [...]
 
Book: FORGOTTEN WITNESS - A Josie Bates Thriller (The Witness Series Book 6) by Rebecca Forster
Appearing before the Senate Select Committee on Eastern European crime, Josie Bates testifies passionately about the brutal Albanian blood feud that has sent Hannah into hiding with Billy Zuni and Archer on a quest to find them. While Senator Patriota, the man sure to be the next president of the United States, promises his patronage Josie isn't convinced he was even listening - but someone was. [...]
 
Book: Lost Witness - A Josie Bates Thriller (The Witness Series Book 8) by Rebecca Forster
It's two in the morning and an aging cargo ship lies off the Port of Los Angeles. Deep in the bowels of the vessel, an important man is dead and the woman who killed him is mortally wounded. On shore another man staggers out of the sea determined to save the woman before she dies or the ship sails. Exhausted and terrified, he goes to the only person he trusts to help, Josie Bates. He brings with [...]
 
Book: His-Story is My Story's Mystery by Ralph B. Cooper
Maafa for African Americans represent the horrors and outcome of the Middle passage. Our varied stories and observations are the "aftermath" of our abduction from Africa, years of slavery, further years of Jim Crow apartheid and our opinions and reflections that keeps us strong and vibrant to this day...while still being endangered in this land called the United States!!??? These are the stories [...]
 
Book: What Have The Romans Ever Done For Us - 30 ways in which the ancient Romans influence our lives today - by Colin C. Murphy
The Roman State, either as a Republic or an Empire, existed for 1,000 years and encompassed a vast area spanning Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Their influence was so enormous that even though the Roman Empire ended 1,600 years ago, we can still feel their presence in our everyday lives, although most of the time we aren't usually aware of the fact. Everything from our architecture to our [...]
 
Book: Consequential Economics - How Globalization has Impaired the Prosperity of the Middle- class and what Policy Makers should consider in the Future. by ...
Economics is on the mind of every working American today, as arguments arise debating a globalist construct versus a nationalist construct of the US economy. What are these two views? Which one is better? In Nicola DellaCioppa's book Consequential Economics: How Globalization has impaired the prosperity of the middle class and what policy makers should consider in the future, readers journey [...]
 
Book: Our Gun - The incredible true story of the South African war and Krupp Number Four. by Geoff Michael Lawson
This is a lot more than a story about a gun. Centered around the Western front of the Anglo-Boer war and taking seven long years to research and write, this is a story of political deviousness, ineptitude and military heroism that will knock your socks off. Usually, we don't know where an old artillery gun has been or what has happened to it, so it's historical value is limited. In this case [...]
 
Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to Hyde Park, Home of FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT - Presidential Library & Museum by Barbara Ann Mojica
Step inside the house where FDR made history! WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE LITTLE MISS HISTORY BOOK SERIES... "...Turning the pages is like visiting an interactive museum and taking a journey through each milestone. Little Miss History "travels" and so do we, enjoyably so - and I am sure to the bookshelves of many fans of this delightful series." - Amazon Reviewer - "This is a series not to [...]
 
Book: The Dog With The Bakelite Nose - (Not about dogs) by Ian Hutson
Ten slightly mouldy slices of England's brilliant future failures, each successfully consigned to the pre-apologetic, more successful past. Wonderfully tragic beginnings meet gruesomely happy endings, miserable lives wallow in cheerful second chances. Old-fashioned blokes, being blokes, doing awfully modern bloke things such as inventing stuff and exploring space, but with not a caricature or [...]
 
Book: Cheerio, and thanks for the apocalypse by Ian Hutson
It's not easy being a vegetarian ray of positivity and social sunshine after the apocalypse. For one thing, meat's easier to come by than broccoli. Seven awfully English tales of life just that one step too far into your future. I went there so that you wouldn't have to. Once upon a time you could rely on death and taxes, but now it's only taxes. Old age is rotten, life never ends and croaking [...]
 
Book: A Sea of Fear - A Novel of Time Travel - Book 3 of the Harry and Meg Series by Russell F. Moran
You're Five-Star Admiral Harry Fenton, who President Blake calls the greatest fighting admiral in American history. Along with your Navy Commander wife, Meg, you lead your carrier strike group against the worst enemy the country has faced since World War II, a small nation that is intent on destroying the world's shipping industry. The seas of the world have become scenes of plunder, pillage, and [...]
 
Book: The Stranger Among You - How the Faith-Based Refugee Resettlement Movement Is Shattering Our Red and Blue Silos by Kate Rice
Where do secular liberals and religious conservatives stand shoulder to shoulder? In refugee resettlement. It turns out that a literal reading of the Bible dovetails neatly with what some see is as a liberal cause. But refugee resettlement is not blue or red. It's a unifying cause, as documented in "The Stranger Among You: How the Faith-Based Refugee Resettlement Movement is Shattering Our Red [...]
 
Book: The American Crusade - A Political Thriller by Mark Spivak
A power-hungry vice president, a bad batch of shady intelligence, and a sinister plot to destroy Western civilization. Just another day in America. On May 1, 2001, a group of radical Islamic terrorists crash a Boeing 737 jet airliner into the Mall of America and Vice President Robert Hornsby knows his moment is coming. The attack kills three thousand American citizens and throws an entire nation [...]
 
Book: Kitchen Canary by Joanne C. Parsons
Kitchen Canary is winning acclaim. 2018 First Place in Historical Fiction Novel - Royal Dragonfly Book Awards. 2018 Honorable Mention-Novel- Royal Dragonfly Book Awards 2018 Finalist for Fiction Category-Independent Publishers of New England. "Exceptionally well written, thoroughly absorbing, and consistently entertaining ... " Mid West Book Review. Kitchen Canary is the first in a series of two [...]
 
Book: Sortmind by Michael D. Smith
A startup company's telepathic Sortmind app Mindwipes ten thousand users in the city of Canterra, and political factions battle in the streets over whether telepathy should be free to all or outlawed. Oliver and Sam, two high school art students whose fathers head the fascist Citizens Against Telepathy, struggle with art, friendship, love, and family--as well as urban warfare, secret societies, [...]
 
Book: There's No Such Thing as Vampires (Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue Book 1) by Heather Masterson
When Joe Kinderman gave in to his fear of being hurt, he lost Casey to another man. When her car was found abandoned and bloody on the side of the road, he thought that she was gone forever. A camping trip leads to a startling discovery in the woods, and Joe gets the one thing he thought wasn't possible: a second chance. Unexpectedly immersed in a world where all the rules have changed, Joe has [...]
 
Book: THE DIARY OF A CANADIAN NOBODY - The diary of a Mr. Nobody and how the war on terror affects his modern family by Paul James
Arthur Lakelady is a man with many worries. Alys, his wife, is infatuated with the home renovator re-modeling their kitchen, or so their teenage daughter Gwen says. How Gwen knows this is a mystery to Arthur for she never leaves her bedroom, except to go to school and work . Gwen's worried a family breakup will spoil her chances of a good university. That doesn't concern Arthur for Gwen passes [...]
 
Book: The Great Divide - Story of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Race by Howard Harrison
The Great Divide: Story of the 2016 US Presidential Race takes readers on a tour of one of the most unusual, controversial, and compelling elections in history. It starts in June 2015 when billionaire real estate mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump joins a crowded field of Republican candidates and soon vaults to No. 1 in the polls. It ends with a result that shocks the world. In between, [...]
 
Book: Former First Lady by Ebony Edwards-Ellis
The American people--critics and allies alike--like to compare Barry and me to the Obamas. Like the Obamas, we are an African-American couple who ascended to the White House with two young daughters. Both presidents were Ivy League educated lawyers. And Michelle Obama and I, having both been born during the third week of January, occasionally celebrated birthdays on the King Holiday. What people [...]
 
Book: Socialism Exposed - Which Door Will You Choose? by William W. Figley
SOCIALISM EXPOSED pulls back the curtain so you can see this political philosophy for what it is, and where it has been taking our once great nation. We clearly see the devastating effects of socialism on other countries, such as Venezuela, and yet the push by the left for this failed system of government is trumpeted ever louder and stronger. Far from a boring history manual, the explosive [...]
 
Book: Being a Big 4 employee - Truth can be told without using fiction by Jatin Nasa
I am a chartered accountant from New Delhi, India. This story is the account of my rise and fall as a star performer in a Big 4 organization. The political world of consultancy is full of fake faces with flashy smiles wearing Armani suits. They say big things but actually have a little heart to go with it. Beware! Before you get trapped in this world of self-centered little creeps with ego of a [...]
 
Book: The Hooded Assassin - Someone is killing rapists, murderers, drug runners and crooked cops by Reece Pocock
In Australia, an expert assassin, always disguised, begins killing, apparently at random. Police soon realise that the victims are all linked by criminal activity for which they have not been brought to account and that the killings are the work of someone who believes the criminal justice system has failed the community. Then Sergeant Dan Brennan and his mate Mac Maclean become the targets of an [...]
 
Book: Kissing Boys, Just For The Thrill by Jennifer Juan
Kissing Boys, Just For The Thrill is the fourth major poetry collection, from Jennifer Juan. An exploration of female trouble. From romance to heartbreak, poverty to unrelenting joy, war, lust, racism, transmisogyny, and everywhere in between. We've all got problems, and Jennifer has a lot to say about many of them. Breaking down the expectations and stereotypes of what a woman's life can and [...]
 
Book: The POLITICS of MURDER by Reece Pocock
... A sanctioned murder and all hell breaks loose! The Politics of Murder is a story of the greed inherent in man and his disregard for the consequences. While scientists developed the nuclear fuel, they failed to produce a safe waste storage system. When a clandestine facility is built in Western Australia, an equally secret mercenary force is set up without the knowledge of the Government. Dan [...]
 
Book: The Trumpassic Period - Year One by David Belisle
Do you wish you could close your eyes and the Trump presidency would just go away? ... Behold the next best thing. It's another time, another place. Welcome to the Trumpassic Period. They're all here. The Tyrumposaurus, the Crookadillary and the rest of the not quite ready for prime time dinos. Read along as they traipse through the Puhl-DePlugg Reservoir, where politics meets paleontology in [...]
 
Book: Are You Living Or Just Existing? (Tony Sayers Book 1) by Tony Sayers
*** KINDLE VERSION FREE WITH PAPERBACK*** Have you ever wondered what this thing we call life is all about? Why are you here? What is your purpose? Are you just here merely to pay taxes as just another 'rat' in the race we call life? Doesn't it seem strange that the tiny few who run the World hoard everything for themselves as everybody else is left to fight over the scraps? Why is humanity in a [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Conspiracies - 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy by Lance Morcan
The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy, written by novelists and filmmakers James Morcan & Lance Morcan with a foreword by leading scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha and an afterword by renowned historian Professor Richard Spence, contains hard-to-find knowledge. This non-fiction book is based on the political, scientific and financial insights in the Morcans' [...]
 
Book: Ghost of a Chance by Nick Korolev
Frank Barnes, a former professor and Senator from West Virginia is running for President of the United States. Tired of the corruption and illegal acts perpetrated by the current President, he's determined to make a difference. Behind in the polls, Frank hasn't a ghost of a chance of winning, until a real ghost the ghost of Theodore Roosevelt makes a startling appearance. A book bought for [...]
 
Book: Prestige, Privilege and Murder (A Stacie Maroni Mystery Book 1) by Christa Nardi
Money isn't worth killing for, or is it? When her estranged husband is murdered, Stacie Maroni Noth is quickly identified as the main suspect. With divorce papers not yet signed, she may get a substantial inheritance - a clear motive in the eyes of both Noth's family and the police. His family and law firm strive to keep up the pretense that all is above reproach and idyllic. In her quest to [...]
 
Book: Revolution - Shattering the Republic - Will Our Government Declare War On America's Patriot Movement? by David L. Miner
America faces economic disaster. The President declares war on all Conservative Americans. Martial Law is declared in all Fifty States. United Nations troops are brought to America to assist. Patriots across the country are rounded up and placed in concentration camps. Thousands are shot dead or missing in the largest law enforcement operation in history. Small groups of patriots around America [...]
 
Book: Unresolved (Rocky Bluff P.D.) by F. M. Meredith
Rocky Bluff P.D. is underpaid and understaffed. So two dead bodies stretch it to the limit. The first body discovered is the mayor. The second is a woman whose death is caused in a bizarre manner. Because no one liked the mayor, including his estranged wife and the members of the city council, the suspects are many, but each one has an alibi.
 
Book: The Asian Imperative by Dr. Kenneth Lewis Andrus
The fragile peace in the Spratly Islands is shattered when rogue elements of the Chinese Navy seize a Filipino fishing vessel. This seemingly insignificant event sweeps US President Randall Stuart and Navy SEAL Mike Rohrbaugh into the vortex of an escalating regional crisis driven by the quest for billions of barrels of crude oil hidden beneath the waters of the South China Sea. Stuart must [...]
 


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