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Book: Industrial jihad - The autumn of the Arab spring by Svetlin Barzakov
The narrative of the book begins in the distant past of 1949 immediately after the end of World War II. Boy triplets are born to the family of the Foreign Minister of Israel. Bolstered by this happy event, the father makes a promise to himself that one day his sons will ascend to the summits of the world. The first part of the novel brings us forward to 2012. The "Arab Spring" is at its height. [...]
 
Book: THE UNDERGROUND KNOWLEDGE SERIES I-V (Genius Intelligence / Antigravity Propulsion / Medical Industrial Complex / The Catcher in the Rye Enigma / ...
Discover what has been hidden from you... Introducing the boxed set containing the first five books in The Underground Knowledge Series by James Morcan & Lance Morcan - in full and at a discounted price. THE UNDERGROUND KNOWLEDGE SERIES I-V comprises the following books: GENIUS INTELLIGENCE - ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION - MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - THE CATCHER IN THE RYE ENIGMA - INTERNATIONAL [...]
 
Book: MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 3) by Lance Morcan
MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures is a no-holds barred critique of mainstream medicine and the various players who make up one of the largest and most profitable industries on the planet. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, with a foreword by retired pharmacist Denis Toovey (author of Better [...]
 
Book: The Cat Wore Electric Goggles by Ian Hutson
Relax, ease your gussets and indulge in a picnic for your brain-gland. Rocket-ships invaded by aliens - Secret government satellites plummeting - Insane Cold War time-travel - Victorian flying-saucers - Elderly ladies and moon landings - Awfully embarrassing royal "first contact" Edwardian evolution gone splendidly alien - Love, icebergs, ocean liners and ghosts - Crash-test dogs speaking Latin [...]
 
Book: The Vanishing Chemist by Peter Alpert
Greed and opportunity become a volatile mix in retired attorney Peter Alpert's novel The Vanishing Chemist. Chemist Madison Bellamy first contacts attorney Mark Conover when he faces a $12 million judgement for allegedly polluting Colorado waterways with his platinum refinery. Conover gets the judgment overturned, but he hears from Bellamy again when the eccentric chemist continues his [...]
 
Book: Family First-A Father's Legacy by Lloyd Casey
Family First-A Father's Legacy was written from 1980 to 2010. It is an account of one family's life during the 20tb century. The family consists of a father, mother, five sons and two daughters. The seven children were born from 1950 to 1969. Lloyd Casey wrote to his seven children so they would know more about him and have a written account to pass on to grandchildren and great-grandchildren. [...]
 
Book: Dismantling the Matrix - Serenity for the Surveilled by Baz Moreno
Dismantling the Matrix: Serenity for the Surveilled explores the various matrices that entice and prevent the average male from pursuing dreams, overcoming fears or becoming a man. The role of homosexuality is discussed with the integrity of a warrior scholar. Autonomy, diplomatic immunity and sovereignty are analyzed and discussed for the reader. In addition, the reader is instructed on how to [...]
 
Book: A Bullet for Your Thoughts (Nate Harver Thrillers Book 1) by Lawrence W. Erickson
A Vietnamese hitman has come to the City of Roses. His kill is easy, but there's a problem. The victim was a client of Portland Private Investigator Nate Harver. What should have been a quick in and out job just got complicated. Now, the police have found this newest client, a software executive, floating face down in the Willamette River. What they call a suicide, Harver believes to be murder. [...]
 
Book: UNDERGROUND BASES - Subterranean Military Facilities and the Cities Beneath Our Feet (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 7) by Lance Morcan
What do the world's superpowers get up to in their secret underground bunkers? UNDERGROUND BASES: Subterranean Military Facilities and the Cities Beneath Our Feet, by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, details confirmed and rumored underground facilities in the United States and around the world. Containing rare photographic evidence throughout as well [...]
 
Book: POUNDERS by Josh Barkey
POUNDERS tells the story of a pair of brothers who venture into the wilderness of northern Canada for what the BBC has called one of the toughest jobs on the planet. Author Josh Barkey draws on a decade of summers spent in the world of industrial reforestation to bring you this visceral tale of love, loss, and hand-planted trees.
 
Book: Under Gaslight by Michelle Wareham
It is 1918. The Great War is coming to an end, and Mary is holding hope her husband, Eli, a soldier, is still alive, although he has not written for three months. Worse still, Eli's army pay has vanished, and Mary's family is barely living on the breadline. At home, in a poverty stricken workers' town in the industrial North of England, there is Mary's mother Beatrix, who will never speak his [...]
 
Book: Never to be Seen Again by R. Shangit
'Never To Be Seen Again' is my first autobiographical book, documenting my career as an electrician and later an employee within the education system. Often humorous, it describes my journey through the Heath and Thatcher years, the ensuing power cuts and industrial unrest. Whilst my incarceration within the education system has been enlightening, it has left a definite impact upon me which I [...]
 
Book: The Individual is Rising - Liberty, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Asset Allocation, and Education Reform for the Coming Reset by Joe Withrow
A specter is haunting the modern world... Society has undergone a massive change over the past several decades - the type of change from which there is no return. This change has been the transition from the Industrial Age to the Information Age; a transition which is still in its infancy. Though still an infant, the Information Age is here, and we are living within its early stages. Most people [...]
 
Book: Reagan's Star Wars by Walter Parks
President Eisenhower led us to victory in World War II. He then led our country as President for 8 years. He understood war and he understood how Washington worked. The major message he gave us as he left the presidency was: Beware of the Military Industrial Complex. His warning was very appropriate but it was not heeded by our nation. I know because I not only witnessed it being ignored, but I [...]
 
Book: A Born Victim by R P Rochford
Almost four years after the body of a young mother is discovered dumped on a deserted industrial site, young, ambitious DS Lucy Taylor finds what seems to be a puzzle piece missing from the original investigation. With the original investigation now officially a 'cold case', Taylor uses the resources she has available to explore this new lead unaware that she is about to uncover a sickening web [...]
 
Book: Central Ohio's Historic Prisons (Images of America) by David Meyers
With the opening of the Ohio State Reformatory in 1896, the state legislature had put in place "the most complete prison system, in theory, which exists in the United States." The reformatory joined the Ohio Penitentiary and the Boys Industrial School, also central-Ohio institutions, to form the first instance of "graded prisons; with the reform farm on one side of the new prison, for juvenile [...]
 
Book: Equity of Fear (The EQUITY Series) by Rudy A. Mazzocchi
Researchers and scientists in the U.S., Russia and Japan compete in a new technological race to control fear and pain in the minds of the world's populace. At first the race is rooted in purely scientific ambitions, such as that of space travel or in the era of the industrial revolution, but it evolves into something much more sinister. Here is yet another dark world where scientists experiment [...]
 
Book: Seducing Judi by Sybil Powell
The novel is set in a small Yorkshire industrial town and follows the lives of a war damaged demobbed soldier and the naive wife of a moderately well off self employed consultant. The wife is of Irish descent though born in England, and the ex-soldier is affected by his experiences in Ulster. This sets a love hate relationship which is explored throughout the book. Her boss, husband and friend [...]
 
Book: Sunstone by Holly Barbo
A fantasy reality The steam-powered civilization of Myrn is a thriving adolescent culture. But the rapid industrial development has given rise to greed, and the triumvirate of government, banks and industry leaders has lost sight of those it swore to serve and protect. A mysterious incurable illness sweeps through the impoverished masses. It increases the suffering to the breaking point. [...]
 
Book: Faeries, Farms and Folk - A family saga set in Scotland at a time of witchcraft and superstition by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
Many people with Scottish ancestry will find Agricultural Labourers among their forebears, because so many people in Scotland prior to the industrial revolution were engaged in working the land in one form or another. It was a time of political upheaval, of strong influence in people's lives by the Church of Scotland and of superstition. In the 17th century in the lowlands of Scotland, farmers [...]
 
Book: Human Cattle by Liberty Dendron
Human Cattle is a powerful saga of three generations of slave women. Set in 1857 by Liberty Dendron, Human Cattle digs deep to bring the story of slavery in the South full circle from concealment to recovery. A powerful masterwork of passion and scholarship. A stunning literary achievement that brilliantly illuminates one of the most extraordinary events in the long, dark history of slavery in [...]
 
Book: Lords of the Lash by Frank Kale
Due to a human study gone awry, Zachary Dunbar has just resigned from his position as a research psychologist at Harvard University. Before resigning he developed an influential theory, Trait Theory. While critics claim that Trait Theory is nothing more than modern day eugenics, Zachary notes that the distinguishing point between his theory and eugenics is the importance of the high stress [...]
 
Book: The Vintage Club by Darin Gibby
Can wine really make you live forever? Yes, if the grapes are an ancient varietal---or so the members of the Vintage Club believe. Made up of some of the world's wealthiest industrial magnates, the club conducts secret scientific research to discover what has eluded humans throughout history: the elixir of life. Their quest hits a snag when scientist Walter Trudell is murdered. The prime murder [...]
 
Book: Twisted Wire (An Enda Osin Mystery Book 2) by Ray Stone
Enda Osin, correspondent for the Herald, loves political intrigue. After receiving a strange telephone message he thinks is for someone else, he is quickly embroiled in murder, industrial espionage, and a race against time to prevent the world's first hyper-speed aircraft from crashing. The head of a Russian spy cell knows enough about Enda to manipulate him into unknowingly deliver secret plans [...]
 
Book: Rat-Tail Curves by James Ostby
Throughout the rise of humankind we have always faced new horizons. The humanoids in the next forest or the the Neanderthals in the nearby cave, . . . . The land of other Homo sapiens across the river, or the mysterious country on the far side of the mountain range. What about the reports of even more far-away lands, and of terra firma beyond the oceans great? And what if, because of a vast [...]
 
Book: For All Have Sinned by Temba Magorimbo
6 siblings storm into adult hood in the post Rhodesia era. What effect does the Rhodesian bush war have on them? As teenagers grow up, they are bound to experiment with sex, drugs and alcohol. The first in the family becomes a reputable long distance champion from his days in the second tier of secondary schooling. The next becomes a short distance sprint athlete. The next becomes a boxer extra [...]
 
Book: Little Gems (Short Stories Book 1) by Ray Stone
This book showcases Ray Stone's ability to work in many genres from modern to historical eras with tales of sadness, humor, crime, science fiction, and mystery, Already published with four thriller novels and a book of poetry, he continues to write every day of the week. His favorite saying - "It's not a good story til' somebody dies." He loves his readers to write a review. LITTLE GEMS is a [...]
 
Book: Our Symphony with Animals - On Health, Empathy, and Our Shared Destinies by Aysha Akhtar
A leader in the fields of animal ethics and neurology, Dr. Aysha Akhtar examines the rich human-animal connection and how interspecies empathy enriches our well-being. Deftly combining medicine, social history and personal experience, Our Symphony with Animals is the first book by a physician to show how deeply the well-being of humans and animals are entwined. Interwoven throughout is Dr. [...]
 
Book: Israel's Anonymous Benefactor - A Developing Relationship by Anita Weiner
This book explores a century of the relatively unknown, but pivotal, role of American Jewry before, during and after the establishment of the State of Israel through the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. The JDC (known affectionately in Hebrew as "The Joint") has, since 1914, invested tremendously in the social, economic and industrial development of Israel. From funding soup kitchens [...]
 
Book: Home by Leo Jai
Meet Adam Svenson - a young man who has just been sentenced to prison. Through his reminiscences we learn that his love for the oceans has taken him from life as a rookie deckhand on a fishing trawler to crew member on an ominous black whale-chaser; trapping elusive pods of orcas in the waters off Washington state. A parallel tale of two young orcas, Persia and Tristesse, follows their journey [...]
 


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