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Book: Snakes in the Swamp - Commentary on the First 100 Days by Don Storch
A concise, insightful commentary on Donald J. Trump's first 100 days as President of the United States. Storch has nailed this period with precision, highlighting events and Trump's accomplishments despite the backlash from the opposition, as well as from his own party. Told in a unique style, Storch explores the bold moves as Trump forges ahead, regardless of the negative press, vowing to keep [...]
 
Book: Joinings (A Seared Sky) by Stuart Aken
When the Skyfire arrives early, Dagla Kaz sets out for the ancient homeland to harvest a new Godwood and exchange Virgin Gifts. He must lead his pilgrims hundreds of leagues over pirate-infested seas, across hostile lands, and return triumphant before the seared sky dies back to normality. In his father's absence, the renegade Aklon risks torture and death to bring justice to the people. Mindtalk [...]
 
Book: C. B. DeMille - The Man Who Invented Hollywood by Robert Hammond
C.B. DEMILLE: The Man Who Invented Hollywood is the epic adventure of visionary filmmaker, Cecil B. DeMille who established Hollywood as the film capital of the world. DeMille was the creative force behind Paramount Pictures with seventy feature films to his credit, including such epics as The Ten Commandments, Cleopatra, and the Greatest Show on Earth. C.B. DeMille reveals his struggle to make [...]
 
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: The Dumpsters of Time by Leonard Stegmann
He's back, and this time Leonard Stegmann explains that sitting naked in hot mud isn't as much fun as you'd think, why God invented television, the reason it's fun to throw away all of your pennies, why nipples are funny little things and why there is really nothing on Earth better than getting free socks. And he somehow manages to do all this, and so much more, in alphabetical order!
 
Book: An Agent's Prize (Demise Book 3) by Philip G Henley
The conclusion to the Demise trilogy. The conspiracy is over the mistakes and cover up are hidden and buried for good. Both sides of the Atlantic can concentrate on the threats from Islamic Terrorism. That is what they all hope. They want to enlist a hidden black asset in the chase, but there are risks to that approach. Meanwhile the FBI is still investigating what really happened. Is the [...]
 
Book: The Wishing Stone (The Shellies) by Ian Kaye
Once upon a tide and not so many waves ago, The Shellies noticed that some of the rock pools on their beach had very little water in them. Worried about the lack of drinking water Rainbow sighed, "I wish we could find some way of storing the water that falls from the sky?" Read how Crabby invented the 'www' (Wave Water Wheel) and a new land yacht. Where exactly is Muckle Flugga and? Will Barnacle [...]
 
Book: Protect The Innocent by Jim Calaway
The public's outrage with pedophiles makes this thought-provoking novel extremely relevant for today' reader. The plot, set in Northeast Mississippi reveals the provocative details of Detective Shaun Sullivan's determination to understand and deal with the influx of pedophiles into his area. The antagonist, a convicted pedophile returns and threatens Shaun's family forcing him to make decisions [...]
 
Book: Call Waiting by Clancy M Dixon
Years ago, Thomas Edison invented the psycho phone a crude device he believed was capable of reaching dead people; but now, Heather Ross has his old phone number and the dead are calling her non-stop. Heather wants to get rid of the phone but learns they can still reach her through email, television, and billboards. Heather is not adverse to talking to lost souls, but will they save her life, or [...]
 
Book: Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty [...]
 
Book: Cybersp@ce (Cybersp@ce Series Book 1) by Jeff W. Horton
A devastating cyber attack leaves 100,000 people in the United States dead, and evidence points to the Chinese, setting the world on the inevitable march towards nuclear war. Nick Reynolds with US Cyber Command soon learns that former KGB agent Nikolai Chervanko, who has long dreamt of rebuilding his beloved Soviet Union, could be behind the massacre, with something even bigger planned. Lacking [...]
 
Book: Reflections Across the Universe (The Grey Chronicles) by Payton Byrd
"In the late 20th Century AD, it was speculated that the advent of the computer marked the end of human ingenuity and that man had invented everything that there was to invent. They were wrong." Read the gripping story of Dr. Jonathan Hawkins as he travels the universe to meet the face of God and learn the mysteries of the heavens. Reflections Across the Universe is the first book of The Grey [...]
 
Book: Poison Pill by M.A. Granovsky
It's the drug of the century, a miracle weight loss compound worth billions, invented by Jon Vickers shortly before his death. So why is Jon's brother Benedict risking his inheritance, his brother's legacy, and even his own life to keep the drug from the market? And why is Olga Mueller, a jaded lawyer Benedict met by chance while traveling to Istanbul, willing to help? Can they take on a powerful [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Flash Artist by Renald Iacovelli
In Confessions of a Flash Artist, performance artist Dr. Humphrey Humdinger makes the case for "Dramatic Exposure" as an avant-garde art form capable of achieving new heights of dramatic expression. How he invented this art, his first crude attempts in it, his final mastery of it, and all the aesthetic and philosophical notions that occurred to him along the way, make his memoir a groundbreaking [...]
 
Book: Treacherous - Who will decide your fate? (Story of Soul Mates) (Volume 1) by Britny Nagle
Janice has always lived a simplistic life, just above the poverty level and working for her own. But now she's out of work and money and she has no option to follow the government's rules and find her soul mate. Shawn has spent his entire life without ever having to worry about missing a meal or not having money to pay rent. His family invented the soul mate rings and has a life of luxury because [...]
 
Book: THE GOVERNMENT FUNDED "WAR EFFORT" GOT US OUT OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION. . . . . NOW WE NEED A GOVERNMENT FUNDED "PEACE EFFORT" TO END THIS GREAT RECESSION ...
To resurrect the economy is going to take a "war-effort" intervention (monetary infusion) by the federal government. To preserve not only the resuscitated economy, but the resources that base it, is going to require a revision in the way we've been doing (exploiting, wasting, polluting) things. In this book I consider the ways and means that must be implemented, not only to get millions of people [...]
 
Book: Uncommon Notions by Eugene Williams
America may not be the birthplace of humor I am told that distinction belongs to the people that invented the cuckoo clock, when they weren't taking everything else so serious however, America is filled with uncommon people and a lot of them are sharing their own uncommon notions. You wont have to venture far to hear a few of my Uncommon Notions like a man in Kansas that for some reason believes [...]
 
Book: Blockbuster Resumes by Robert Hammond
Have you ever sent out your resume to prospective employers and wondered why you never heard back from them? Were you surprised when the world didn't beat a path to your door offering you your dream job? Or maybe you are one of the millions of people who are trying to change careers and wondered why nobody is giving you a chance to prove your skills. Have you ever thought that your resume could [...]
 
Book: Blue Coyote Motel by Dianne Harman
There's something in the air-conditioning... What if you could keep your youth? If someone you knew was terrified of aging, and you'd invented the hormone, would you give it to them? Even if it meant discovery would cause you to lose your chance of winning the Nobel Prize? Blue Coyote Motel spans the globe from the barrios of Southern California to Provence, South America, and the Himalayas. [...]
 
Book: Chasing Hindy - A Novel Invention by Darin Gibby
Addy's dream as a patent attorney is to help bring a ground breaking energy technology to the world. Addy's hopes soar when she is wooed by Quinn, an entrepreneur, to join his company that has purportedly invented a car that can run on water using an innovative catalyst. After resigning her partnership to join Quinn, Addy discovers things aren't as they seem. The patent office suppresses the [...]
 
Book: Witness in the Park (A Sea Oak Mystery - Book One) by Adele M Cooper
Who would want to kill an honest man.... In the town of Sea Oak, Jerry Barton was a nice average guy who never hurt anyone. He was intelligent, but a true introvert which made him socially awkward. A financial setback meant he had to work two or three jobs to pay off his debts. But then, why was he targeted and murdered? Investigative reporter, April Longmont, was a classmate of Barton's and is [...]
 
Book: Inventors & Impostors - A Sordid History of Innovation and Imitation by Daniel Diehl & Mark P. Donnelly
What if everything you learned in school about the heroes of science, technology and invention was a lie? What if Tom Edison didn't invent the lightbulb? What if the Wright brothers weren't the first men to fly? What if Marconi didn't invent the radio, or Watt the steam engine, or Bell the telephone, or Henry ford the production line? What if Columbus didn't really discover America, or Darwin the [...]
 
Book: Auto (Auto Series) by David Wailing
YOU - ON AUTOMATIC. In 2022, everyone uses an auto. This sophisticated 'super-app' is a digital personal assistant which acts on your behalf. It knows your personality and habits - and mimics them. It learns from your behaviour - and copies you. Digital detective Joanna O'Donnell has heard stories about autos going wrong, twisting people's lives inside out. She doesn't believe it. Until it [...]
 
Book: Riots Of Passage by Jason McGathey
"Whiskey, women, and duct tape - what else is there?" asks my latest handwritten message, tucked into the silverware roll. But this is only the latest outrage. "We've got a BOY playing with a table cloth!" the old man shouted earlier, before leaving. In this highly anticipated follow-up to his memoir "One Hundred Virgins," the author continues to document in riotous fashion life on a major [...]
 
Book: The Entwhistle Experiment Book 1 - Glued by Robyn Collins
At twelve years old, Horatio Entwhistle has already blown up his bedroom twice and invented Stupendous Glue. While both of his parents are genius geneticists who may have something to do with his science smarts Horatio does all his own experiments. Right now he is stuck, literally and figuratively, trying to find a solvent for his truly crazy glue. His holiday research plans are rudely [...]
 
Book: A Comedy of Terrors by Graeme Smith
Segorian Anderson's an Idiot. But that's fine with him. It's a well paying job with no heavy lifting. Nobody ever remembers Segorian. It isn't magic - he just has the sort of face his own mother could forget, and she's been trying to for years. But being forgettable is a job requirement for an Idiot. No, he's not the Court Jester. He doesn't wear motley (whatever motley may be). That's a [...]
 
Book: Courage to Flee - Living a Moral Life in an Immoral World by Dr. Jeff Klick
If you are trapped in an immoral relationship, bound by a damaging behavior, or just heading down a path of destruction, there is help... God still loves you, and He will give you the strength to change if you will return to Him. Counseling centers overflow with marriages splintered by infidelity, spouses addicted to pornography, and teenagers acting promiscuously. Yet, human sexuality is not [...]
 
Book: 2020 by R.D. Power
*** The year is 2020, and the United States is in the midst of a depression. Tessa Sharp, the heroine, and her father have invented a battery that just might be the key to lifting the country out of the economic tailspin that has left chaos in its wake. She learns quickly that not everyone welcomes the invention, when her father is killed and the battery prototype is stolen. The police, [...]
 
Book: Shifting Gears to Your Life and Work After Retirement - Second Edition by Dr. Carolee Duckworth and Dr. Marie Langworthy
Whether you are about to retire, already retired, urged to retire or involuntarily downsized, the retirement experience is a seismic shift from known to unknown. Shifting Gears to Your Life & Work After Retirement will clarify and demystify the confusion, even the panic, surrounding this crucial transition, and help you design your ideal retired life path. Income may not be first on your list for [...]
 
Book: The Demise Trilogy by Philip G Henley
The Complete Demise Trilogy in one Volume - This is a complex thriller based on the lead up to and aftermath of the second Iraq war. A conspiracy to cover up the associated activities of parts of the intelligence services. Now available as a complete trilogy. An Agent's Demise: Intelligence analysts and agents have gone missing, some may have been killed. The press and the police suspect there is [...]
 


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