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Hearing The Voice of God - Discerning God's Voice From All The Other Voices by Sheldon D. Newton
YOU CAN HEAR FROM GOD & KNOW IT DO YOU NEED A WORD FROM GOD CONCERNING SOME SITUATION YOU ARE FACING? Maybe you need a word concerning your life, your family, or a decision you need to make. If that is you, then here is your answer. In this powerful and timely little book, you will learn: . how to know when God is speaking to you. . how to prepare yourself to hear the Voice of God better and clearer. . the different ways God [...]
 
Command Influence by LD Sledge
Why will the Commanding General go to any length to convict Sergeant Nolan, even attempted murder? Young Army JAG officer Riggs McCall is appointed to defend the despicable Nolan who has been charged with raping his adopted teenage stepdaughter. Riggs knows the man is guilty, but carries out his duty as a lawyer to give it his best effort. The command appoints the wealthy, politically well placed John Madison to assist in the [...]
 
How To Receive Divine Guidance - Hearing His Voice Within (Hearing God's Voice Book 2) by Sheldon D. Newton
Confusion abounds. This is particularly true in our age and time. One of the greatest areas where many are missing the mark is in regards to hearing from God and knowing His Will and ways. But there does not need to be confusion here. We are children of God. Our Father is living within our hearts by His Spirit. And through our spirits He is constantly seeking to lead and guide us into His plan and purpose for our lives. This [...]
 
The 47th Indiana Volunteer Infantry - Court-Martial Case Files by David Williamson
The nine court-martial cases included here were compiled and transcribed verbatim by the author/editor from copies of the original, hand-written, case files as a supplement to his book, "The 47th Indiana Volunteer Infantry: A Civil War History," McFarland and Company, Inc., Publishers, 2012.The case files of the four officers and seven soldiers presented here comprise all of the court-martial records for the 47th Indiana [...]
 
We Came to Fight a War - The Story of a B-17 Radio Gunner and his Pilot by Jack Flynn
WE CAME TO FIGHT A WAR emanates from the heart, mind and memory of 85 year old Al Kotler, who was barely twenty when he climbed onto a fully armed B-17 in the dense, fog filled morning, in Foggia, Italy, having no idea whether he or his fellow crew members would still be alive by afternoon. Yes this is a war story a war story that takes the reader viscerally through heart pounding moments of aerial combat and the reactions, [...]
 
Playing Dead by Jody E. Lebel
Court reporter Renee Rose found out the hard way that hooking up with a cop is like a bikini wax--it starts off hot, turns painful, and ends in tears. But when her best friend receives an e-mail, supposedly from her long-dead fiance, demanding money, Renee knows they need help. Too bad help comes in the form of Detective Anthony Graciano, an annoying, bossy cop who somehow manages to haul Renee's libido out of dry dock. [...]
 
Our Children Come First by Robert K. Pikula
Are you in a tumultuous relationship? Are you constantly arguing? What unselfish acts can you take to save your child? In this non-fiction memoir Robert K. Pikula takes you through the trials and tribulations you may experience in and out of divorce court. You'll be surprised when you know what really happens behind the scenes with lawyers, judges and child services. What Gift can you give your child? In this book you will [...]
 
Introduction to the Criminal Court Process by Theresa Gomes
This book provides a description of how the criminal court process works in the district courts of Massachusetts. This book is intended for those individuals considering employment in the following fields: defense attorney, police officer, probation officer, court officer, judge, or clerk. It may also be helpful for a person, family member, or friend that has a case pending in the criminal court, or anyone who has a general [...]
 
Beyond the Moon by Velda Brotherton
Beyond the Pain. Beyond the Darkness. Left behind enemy lines for nine years, tortured beyond endurance, Navy pilot and Vietnam veteran Glen Tanner survives for one reason to destroy the wife who deserted him. Instead, a VA psychiatrist, Dr. Spencer, introduces Glen to Katie Kelly, an artist and teacher grieving her own devastating loss. Katie helps Glen stop painting nightmares on endless canvases, coaxing him back from hell [...]
 
Best Opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States (Vol. I: Race) by Henry Mark Holzer
Many people believe, rightly, that ever since the 1960s the Supreme Court's decisions on the incendiary subject of race have been lopsidedly in favor of preferred classes of people. Often overlooked in Supreme Court decisions involving race have been dissenting opinions, offering a far different view of racial issues under the Constitution of the United States. Presented here are five of those opinions. Plessy v. Ferguson. [...]
 
The Vindication Obsession by Bill Hylton
He freely loved her without kinship or expectation. She needed a father, and he fulfilled that role. Such was the love of police sergeant Brad Glover for the daughter of his girlfriend with whom he shared an apartment for three years. He not only met the child's immediate needs, but he also began planning for her future. The five year old child's sperm donor father raped her during a weekend visitation, and afterward he [...]
 
Solomon's Justice - A PTSD Short Story by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
LA County Veterans Court Judge Robert Solomon Needs the Wisdom of King Solomon Helping Veterans Suffering From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Although this short story is fiction and meant to be entertaining, it is based on research and true anecdotes concerning veterans suffering from PTSD. It is the author's hope that readers will enjoy the story as well as be encouraged to understand and support veterans and others [...]
 
Kandy Heat - never too old to be loved by Adam Mann
"She was prepared to give up everything for the man she met sitting on her kitchen doorstep!" Harry is the author of historical novels based mainly on Asian recorded history. Whilst visiting his agent in London, he decides to visit his family home of many years earlier. He meets the tenant, Makshi, an Indian lady nutritionist, but whilst they are enjoying a coffee together a man with a baseball bat attacks her car. He is [...]
 
From Tragedy To Triumph - The Father's Story of the Loss of Three Children and the Faith to Overcome by Alex Davis
A man's struggle with the untimely deaths of three of his four children, all due to unusual circumstances. This is the story of a man learning how to deal with such a tragedy. You will follow Alex and see what happens when he lays down the grief and runs to God. The heartfelt pain was so intense that the man walked away from his business and settled in for a long season of prayer, going to God for the answers, any answers. It [...]
 
Savage Possession by Margaret Tanner
A sweeping tale of tragedy and treachery in colonial Australia. In the middle of this maelstrom is Elizabeth Campbell. It took hard men like Martin Mulvaney to tame a harsh land, and then hold on to it against all those who coveted his now thriving property. Secrets from long ago have the power to ruin him, while a woman from his past wants him dead. After escaping from the clutches of evil gypsies, Elizabeth Campbell [...]
 
Miscarriage Of Justice by Bruce A. Borders
The justice system is just a system, not a just system. Sentenced to fifteen years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Ethan Rafferty has one thing on his mind - payback! With his time up, the ex-con is free to pursue his mission of revenge. During the trial, the District Attorney, Mariana Clark, suppressed evidence that would've exonerated him and now is the focus of Ethan's vengeance. Intent on making her life a living [...]
 
A Life Singular - Part One by Lorraine Pestell
First in Epic 7-part Serial: Love and Loss, Celebrity and Secrets The Endless Pursuit of Love and Wisdom In essence a love story, "A Life Singular" is a seven-part contemporary fiction serial. Recipient of a WILDsound Review Award (November 2015), official selection for the New Apple Awards for Literary Fiction (October 2015) and a Shelf Unbound Notable Book of 2014 (December 2014), "A Life Singular - Part One" follows a [...]
 
The Mailman Went UA (A Vietnam Memoir) by David W. Mulldune
Some readers will be upset by the use of racial references, some will be upset by the vulgar language, some by the stark brutality, some by the sexual references. I can sanitize my manuscript and give the reader a false sense of how war reduces the humanity of an individual. Not only that, but sanitizing the past distorts history and lulls a person into a nonchalant manner of behavior in determining courses of action. The end [...]
 
Revenge, Redemption, and the Blueberry Douchebag - A Short Story of Murder by Eric Drouant
Authors Notes - This is actually the result of a couple of different things that just collided. It started as a simple revenge short story. Then it kind of grew on me as I realized I could ask some bigger questions. I've been told that the main character isn't really likeable. But I like him a lot. He's got some good qualities even if he is capable of doing some horrible things. But aren't we all? Is this a thriller book, or [...]
 
Tan - A Story of Exile, Betrayal and Revenge by David Lawlor
'Peelers have a knack for hitting you where it hurts; broken nose, bruised ribs, a few loosened teeth...no more than a rapist deserved, Sergeant Coveney and District Inspector Webber had said. Proper order, too - except the lad was no rapist, and Webber knew it.' It's 1914 and Liam Mannion is forced into exile for a crime he didn't commit. He flees Balbriggan, the only home he has ever known and travels to England, where he [...]
 
Beneath the Bamboo - A Vietnam War Story by Jonathon Jones
Excerpt: "I watched two point men take a 50-caliber machine gun bullet to the head, and watched the third being grabbed and taken behind enemy lines. Two of the enemy soldiers, which we often referred to as gooks, quickly came after me. As I quickly mowed them down with my automatic rifle, I crawled backwards away from the enemy gunfire, using my helmet to push sand in front of me as I went, which made it possible to look [...]
 
How to Publish Veteran Memoirs for Free by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is a brief E-Booklet which explains how anyone who wants to become a published author, can do so whenever he wants to do it, without waiting for literary agents or publishers, and at no cost at all. Above all the author stresses the need to read and follow all instructions provided by the digital publisher and software suppliers. These will ensure successful implementation of the publishing and promotional processes. A [...]
 
God Moment - Hearing God's Voice Sparks A Remarkable Experience by Bette and Wayne Price
The great thing about miracles is when you see one you know God did it. This is a testimony of miraculous God-filled events marred by marital separation, bipolar depression, and imminent suicide. The true story of God's powerful triumphs over startling defeats provides a full measure of hope wrapped up in wondering, "What's next?" A victorious conclusion that can only be attributed to God is sure to uplift and inspire. [...]
 
American Warrior by James Snyder
The year is 1961. America has a new president, named John F. Kennedy, and a new era the newspapers are calling the Dawn of Camelot. But for ten-year-old Paul Brett, dealing with an abusive father and the immigrant gangs roaming his slum neighborhood of China Slough, America is only a small, dead-end place he is struggling to survive. That is, until the night a mysterious stranger comes out of the darkness to his rescue, and [...]
 
Mrs. Lieutenant - A Sharon Gold Novel by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
When newly married Sharon Gold suddenly finds herself in the unfamiliar culture of the U.S. Army during the unpopular Vietnam War, she realizes she must quickly adapt to this alien world. If she does not learn to "fit in," the consequences could have a severe impact on her husband. The women's friendship she unexpectedly experiences turns out to be her lifesaver.
 

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