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Book: The Fifth Seal - The Rise of Petrus Romanus by Dennis R. Berry
A thousand years ago Saint Malachy, Archbishop of Armagh, experienced a vision that prophesied the end of the papacy, a dire prediction that only 112 more popes would lead the Church. The last on the list was Petrus Romanus, a name that has struck fear into the hearts of the faithful for centuries; a man destined to assume the most powerful throne in history, only to throw the world into chaos. [...]
 
Book: OPERATION LIQUIDUS BORN TO BE KILLED by M C Raj
Shock after shock! Total shock runs through the pages of iOperation Liquidus', the latest novel from M C Raj. The dividing line between fiction and reality is almost invisible. The reader is made to oscillate constantly between the truth of fiction and the illusion of reality. When the reader comes out of the novel it will be a fully drenched world of intrigues. Shrugging off will be an onerous [...]
 
Book: Resurrection of the Scrolls by Michael Fattorosi
A historical thriller tracing one family's thousand-year journey from the Norman conquest of Italy through the First Crusade, their rise in power in Ravello, to their relationship with the Vatican to modern day America. It exposes one of church's best-kept secrets that, if revealed, could shake the Vatican to its core and destroy the Catholic faith. It tells the story of Paul Fattorosi, a morally [...]
 
Book: Eternity - Is Just A Step Across The Threshold by Maxwell Kobina Acquah
ETERNITY IS JUST A STEP ACROSS THE THRESHOLD The Threshold I am speaking about here is: "The 'line' between the 'moment' a person dies - the soul leaves the fleshly body and immediately steps over into 'Heaven or HELL' for all eternity, very few people are sent back to earth to tell others of their experiences, BUT most people are not sent back to tell it all. You might say that you do not [...]
 
Book: Never Brush a Snake's Teeth by Sherry Elliott-Pope
Zoey Jane Zollywhopper is the main character of my new book, Never Brush a Snake's Teeth. Zoey's mom has warned her of the dangers of not brushing her teeth; "germs will get on her teeth than before you know it all your teeth are gone." Zoey wonders what germs look like and why do they steel teeth. Thankfully, she has found a way to get rid of those germs, toothpaste. But how does toothpaste kill [...]
 
Book: All in the Name of Jesus - The Murder of Millions by Yerachmiel Ben Avraham
The misinterpreted scriptures in the Torah (Old Testament) and the New Testament, caused the followers of Jesus to become an imperialistic war machine. Its followers believed that they were directed by G-d. Their fifteenth-century leader, Pope Nicolas V, commanded all of the Christian nations of Europe to conquer the Indigenous Peoples all over the known world. They were to invade and subdue [...]
 
Book: Business Networking for the Bewildered by Andrew D. Pope
This book is for anyone who wants or needs to learn how to build their business via networking. It will save you time, effort and money. If you are starting out in business and need to find prospects, leads and clients through word of mouth recommendations and referrals then this book is a superb resource to get you going effectively right from the start. If you have been networking for a while [...]
 
Book: Promise of the Black Monks (The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain Book 1) by Robert E. Hirsch
Promise of the Black Monks - Robert E. Hirsch's hot-selling dynamic new historical fiction Religious war erupts between Church and King A young man, who is predestined to be the catalyst of war, is torn between his heart and the church: one he knows to be his true love and the other a farce. Born of nobility in France in the year 1066, the fate of seven-year-old Tristan de Saint-Germain is thrown [...]
 
Book: Jesuit Time by John Robert McCauley
A spark flamed in Brad's mind after a Jesuit was named Pope to find information on an ancestor, Jesuit missionary Adamo Gilg. Take a trip back in time watching Brad and Brian resurrect forgotten information on his long deceased ancestor, while they embark on a heart pounding and riveting ride through mission history finding a Golden Age when missions formed Christian Society. Follow them on this [...]
 
Book: Life After Death by Maxwell Kobina Acquah
LIFE AFTER DEATH - (WHERE WOULD YOU BE IF YOU DIE TODAY?) This book is not an ordinary story book. It is a Revelation book which tells an encounter with JESUS CHRIST. Many people believe in life after death. In fact, most people not only believe in a heaven, but also feel sure that they are going there after death. However, very few people believe in a hell, statistically speaking. Moreover, it [...]
 
Book: Templar, Call to Arms (The Templar Trilogy) by Chris Hales
An alternate reality novel - The Knights Templars were never destroyed in the 14h century. They went on to become the most powerful and wealthiest group of men on the planet, but now they are being threatened with destruction. America wants to destroy the order so they can steal them money and their secrets. A Pope is murdered and a false Pope elected. President Franklin Thomas calls Grand Master [...]
 
Book: The Seal (Rosicrucian Quartet) by Adriana Koulias
This Best Seller from critically acclaimed Australian Author Adriana Koulias has been translated into four languages and is a must for history buffs and Templar fans. A Templar Knight...a relic of the Order...a fight for survival. It is the year 1307 and the ancient Order of the Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon is in grave danger. The King of France and Pope Clement V are plotting its [...]
 
Book: Ezicash by Ian Thompson
Do you think the world has gone slightly mad? If you do, Phil Lud agrees with you. Phil is your everyday, salt-of-the-earth type of guy. Sure, he has his little quirks. For instance, he likes to think he's just a little superior to everyone around him. Some folk think he's a bit full of himself because of it, but then most would agree with him, the world has indeed become a little stranger [...]
 
Book: The Psalter by Galen Watson
A medieval prayer book, an Irish saint's prophecy, and a forgery that changed the church forever. Father Romano has run afoul of the modern inquisitors before. This time, it leads to a medieval manuscript and murder. Was it an ordinary theft gone wrong or something more? The Carabinieri in Rome would like to know. Michael Romano is an American priest working in the Vatican's Secret Archives with [...]
 
eBook: The Confessions Of Peter Crossman by James D. Macdonald, Debra Doyle
"Wait a minute," I said. "We've either got one corpse too few, or one too many..." -THE CONFESSIONS OF PETER CROSSMAN - Collected for the first time in one volume, three tales of Peter Crossman, Knight of the Temple, by the award-winning and best-selling team of Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald. From the Spear of Antioch to the Holy Grail, Crossman keeps the holy things holy and the pilgrims [...]
 
Book: Nothing Left Sacred by Daniel Diehl
A nail-biting epic of greed, revenge and political corruption. In 1525 England's King Henry VIII was outraged when Pope Clement VII refused to grant him a divorce from his wife of 18 years, Katherine of Aragon. The result of Henry's fury was a decade-long war against the church and his own people which led to the destruction of England's entire religious structure and claimed the lives of 150,000 [...]
 
Book: The 3 Card Trick by David Clark
Someone once said 'Crime doesn't pay, but the hours are good'. But Jimmy didn't think of himself as a criminal much the same way an alcoholic still denies he has a problem as he pours a whisky with his cornflakes. But just as you can't be a little bit pregnant, in his world you were either in or out. And as much as Jimmy might like to believe otherwise, he was most definitely, in. Follow the rise [...]
 
Book: The Barbarossa Covenant (A Justin Scott Thriller Book 2) by Ian A. O'Connor
"Author O'Connor...has written a nifty thriller that...holds reader interest with his breakneck plot...fits nicely in the Tom Clancy-meets-Dan Brown canon." -- Kirkus Reviews Past and present collide in the opening pages of The Barbarossa Covenant when retired FBI agent Justin Scott becomes a target for assassination while en route to Rome at the behest of the Vatican's secretary of state. Before [...]
 
Book: A Master Passion, the story of Elizabeth and Alexander Hamilton by Juliet Vandiver Waldron
A Master Passion is the story of our brilliant first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, and his wife, Betsy Schuyler. It begins with their Revolutionary War courtship. Although born poor and illegitimate, as an Aide de Camp to General George Washington, Hamilton dares to reach, boldly pursuing Betsy, daughter of a wealthy and prominent New York family. After the war, Hamilton engages [...]
 
Book: Playing God by Matthew Brooks
Computer hacker Mark D'Auria breaks into the servers of Universal Software, the world's largest software company. He is just looking for programming flaws that he can exploit and sell. In the process, he accidentally stumbles across an attempt to hijack the unused processing power of every computer on the planet. Mark immediately recognizes that the company is creating a world-wide supercomputer. [...]
 
Book: Pride and Honour - The Battle for Saxony by Nathaniel Burns
Europe, in the year of the Lord 772 The extraordinary novel, Pride and Honour, is a completely revised and rewritten version of the surprise initial success of the novel Honour and Glory by Nathaniel Burns. The author took many of his readers' tips, reviews and advice to heart to make his fascinating tale about Charlemagne and the Saxon King Widukind an even better read. Take this suspenseful, [...]
 
Book: From Bach to the Beatles - How Music Started by K.R. Hillyer
Bach did not invent Music. Music didn't stop when the Beatles broke up in 1971. These are simply bookends K.R. Hillyer uses for a lighthearted look at Music through the Ages. Hear how Sid Caesar discovers melody, using his fellow cavemen as test subjects. Join us as we wander with the Ancient Egyptians and their musical cats or the Greeks and their hilarious choruses (not). There's always those [...]
 
Book: Debunking Misconceptions About Catholicism by JM Alvarez
In seeking knowledge, we use our minds, but in seeking the true meaning of our lives, we must use our hearts. There are many books that defend the Catholic faith but most are ineffective in conveying God's very simple message to the ordinary Catholic layman. Most members of the Catholic laity find catechisms complicated and hard to understand. Other Christian denominations are very aggressive in [...]
 
Book: The Sixth Key (Rosicrucian Quartet) by Adriana Koulias
Long-listed for the prestigous Davitt and Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Fiction this best seller is a brain-teasing conspiracy thriller for the adventurous reader. 'By the Power of these keys the Head of the Church will be made the Lord of Hell.' In late 2012 a cryptic invitation leads a crime novelist to Venice's Island of the Dead. Seventy four years earlier a similar cryptic invitation brings [...]
 
Book: Five Lamps and Other Stories by Michele McGrath
Thirteen short stories to tickle your fancy Short stories are easy to read and you never lose the plot! Contents Five Lamps In Wartime Liverpool, Frances is returning home for her wedding, but all public transport has been stopped after an air raid. She battles through the darkened streets, hoping to find her fiance, Jamie, waiting for her at Five Lamps, a local landmark in Waterloo. Will she [...]
 


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