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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: Bend With The Wind by Suraya Dewing
'Bend with the Wind' is a contemporary and historical novel covering three time periods - present, 1981, 1881 based on true events using fictional characters. In 1981 unprecedented civil unrest broke out in New Zealand over a tour by the African Springbok rugby team. Two people get caught up in this. Sophie is a student protestor, incensed by the injustice of apartheid. Joe, a policeman, is [...]
 
Book: By any other Name - An Erotic Novel of Suppression and Freedom by William Rand
She raised an eyebrow, reached into the bag and said, "What's this, Davey?" Her hand came out clutching a coil of white, cotton rope. When the daughter of his calculus professor invites him into her house, Dave Fowler realizes that he has more to worry about than his poor grades in the course. The chance encounter between Dave and Marisol ignites a love that burns hotter in the face of social, [...]
 
Book: The Protest - A Fictional Memoir (Life Is Calling Book 1) by Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell
Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell's fictional memoir is inspired by the real-life religious hijacking of her two daughters, ages 10 and 12. Janey Powers has broken away from her small town fundamentalist upbringing after being seduced by her minister and is building a new life for herself and her two daughters in Washington. But her freedom has a price. She is being stalked by her former minister, Reverend [...]
 
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: Vegan Teenage Zombie Huntress by G.G. Silverman
"I never intended to become a zombie huntress; I had only intended to protest prom, high school's last bastion of patriarchal society. I felt bad for the girls in my school, who flocked to prom like it was the second coming of Christ, complete with double-rainbows and unicorns." --Clarissa Hargrove in VEGAN TEENAGE ZOMBIE HUNTRESS * * * Clarissa Hargrove thinks prom sucks. She's been protesting [...]
 
Book: The Battle for Tomorrow - A Fable by Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall
A 16 year old girl is arrested for participating in an antiwar blockade and occupation of the US Capitol. Angela Jones pays an enormous price for her beliefs, when she is arrested during an antiwar protest and winds up in a juvenile detention facility. While there, she must fight for the right to live independently, in opposition to laws that require her to be released to a parent or guardian. [...]
 
Book: Rock Bound by Rochelle Weber
The future is a dangerous place for dreamers and idealists. When a dictator takes over the United States, Annie Peterson attends a protest in Washington, DC, with her husband Paul, and US troops fire into the crowd killing him. Jake Johnsrud, a virtual stranger, risks his life to save Annie's. They are among the survivors who are sentenced to slavery on the Moon for their "crimes" Jake as a [...]
 
Book: (Peace) Words by Roy Anthony Shabla
Newly expanded edition. This is the most autobiographical book I have written thus far. It is a "portrait of the artist as a young vandal" complete with confessions of illegal international activities. Updated with important, early blog entries on poets and poetry. It is also a moving story of finding one's artistic self in the world despite current trends and styles. The backdrop of the [...]
 
Book: Hale - Love Me Harder by Serena Simpson
Tori spent years working on her dream, to own her own business planning weddings. Within a few months her dream was dead. No matter how many times she told herself life was great she knew she was being stalked. It was only a matter of time before she went missing if she didn't get out of town. Plans made, she just needed one more wedding before she could leave, then she met Hale. Hale was [...]
 
Book: From Ice and Snow (Life Is Calling Book 2) by Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell
From Ice and Snow is a fictional memoir, sequel to The Protest. Jane Bernard lost her 12-year-old twin daughters to a religious hijacking perpetrated by their father, Reverend Logan Churlick. Jane is heartbroken and embittered by the loss, causing her to jeopardize her once-happy marriage with her great love, Bolivar Bernard. When her daughters are 18, Bekah reaches out to her mother. But Bekah's [...]
 
Book: Upon Release From Prison - A True Crime Story of Redemption (Roll Call) by Glenn Langohr
Overzealous Narcotic Detective Pincher, on paid leave and under investigation, starts using drugs, and then is hired again as a Narcotic Detective in L.A where he steals heroin from the evidence locker until he is reeled in by the Mexican Mafia and the Hollywood Madam. B.J, just released from prison, struggles not to look back at the Criminal Justice System that tried to kill him. Inspired to [...]
 
Book: Nasty Women's Almanac - Poetry Edition - Feminine Voice Striving Toward a Brighter Day by Lorelei Kay
One of the many deplorable events in the 2016 election occurred during one of the final moments of the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Donald interrupted Hillary while she was answering a question by calling her a "nasty woman." His comment immediately created a feminist rallying cry. Within minutes, #NastyWoman and #IAmANastyWoman were trending on social media [...]
 
Book: Blood Gold in the Congo by Peter Ralph
Inspired by true events. "This is an outstanding read and simply a wonderful action/adventure story." - Reader's Favorite When twelve-year-old Congolese boy, Joseph Muamba, is sold to a wealthy American family he wants to die. Eventually, he comes to love the family and lives the life of the all-American boy. However, he cannot rid himself of a nagging feeling that he has a greater calling in [...]
 
Book: A Tunnel is Only a Hole on Its Side (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
British Humor at its best Book II of the Hole Trilogy This book follows in the tradition of great British classics, such as Fawlty Towers, Blott on the Landscape, and other brilliant examples of British eccentricities at their most ridiculous and enjoyable. The novel continues the ongoing animosity between Colin Griggs and Major Woods, who are at loggerheads following their previous encounters. [...]
 
Book: Cat and Mouse by Tim Vicary
Cat and Mouse is the gripping story of two sisters fighting for women's rights in the turbulent months before the outbreak of war in 1914. Winner of the BRAG Medallion 2018 When Sarah Becket, a militant suffragette, discovers that her own husband, a respected Liberal MP, is involved in a scandalous prostitution racket, she takes a knife from her kitchen and goes out into London's West End, [...]
 
Book: Hat Dance (Detective Emilia Cruz Book 2) by Carmen Amato
Acapulco's Detective Emilia Cruz battles her own worst fears as she hunts for a violent arsonist and a missing girl in this riveting crime thriller set against Mexico's drug war. "A thrilling series." -- National Public Radio Emilia's new lieutenant is a drunk. Her partner vowed to never work with a woman. And . . . her romantic dinner with new boyfriend Kurt Rucker abruptly ends when the [...]
 
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 [...]
 


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