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By Jaron O’Bannon; Shongi Fernandes

Trapped in a life of crime in the streets of Boston, on Christmas Eve 1992, Troy Jenkins, an upcoming drug lord with a notorious reputation, and his wife, Karen Jenkins, are murdered by Troy’s main comrade, Crook, over greed and jealousy, leaving his son, Jerome Jenkins, shell-shocked. News spread quickly about the murders, causing turmoil in the streets, and a lot of people sought revenge. Having close relations to Troy’s father, Roy Barros, a rising detective in the Boston police force, is determined to find the perpetrator, only to find himself caught in the cross fire. Angel, Troy’s protégé, slowly starts to put the pieces together about his mentor’s death but decides to take revenge into his own hands before revealing to Jerome who took his parents off the face of the earth. He soon finds out Crook is a different force of nature. Jerome grows into a man only to follow into his father’s footsteps with one goal in life: to kill the people responsible for the loss of his parents. Along his way, he finds love with a beautiful young lady named Mercedes, and he decides to introduce her to his guardians only to later find out Mercedes is the daughter of Crook! This complicates the hell out of the situation because he is still unaware that Crook took his parents away from him. Trapped in a triangle, Jerome is forced to choose between hurting the only person he loves and avenging the deaths of the only bloodline he once had. Running out of time, Angel is forced to act sooner then he thought, but his plans backfire on him only to cost him his own life. An all-out war breaks out in this city, causing the truth and blood to spill on the streets of Boston.


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By Thomas Joyce
This is the second of three novels in which the central character is Karl Marbach. This story begins on the first Saturday in August of 1945, three months after the end of the war in Europe. Stephan Kaas—former SS Major Stephan Kaas—is walking the Ringstrasse, the great circular boulevard of Vienna, Austria. Vienna is a Soviet-occupied city. There are only token numbers of American, British, and French soldiers in the city, but newspapers are announcing the imminent arrival of troops from all four of the Allied countries. Soon Vienna will be divided into four occupation zones. Kaas goes to the Hotel Regina, the headquarters for the small American force in Vienna. He is confident he can find and deliver to the Americans Dr. Hans von Hassler, a prominent physicist who is also a Nazi war criminal. Kaas is confident the grateful Americans will put him on his way to a good life in the postwar world if he captures Dr. von Hassler for them. Inside the Hotel Regina, Kaas meets with Captain Millican, a young American who was a police officer before the war. For Millican, there could be trouble enlisting the services of Kaas before the Allied occupation of Vienna is formalized, but he makes the decision to send Kaas out on the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. While searching for Dr. von Hassler, Kaas learns that former Vienna police inspector Karl Marbach has just shown up in Vienna and that Marbach has brought Anna Krassny to the British army hospital. In 1938, Kaas was deeply in love with Anna. He looks forward to seeing her again, but when he visits the hospital, he finds that Anna has been badly scarred, and appalled by the scars, he resolves to never see her again. Anna and her doctor, Pamela Green, a Jewish surgeon, become close friends. Anna calls her new friend Dr. Pammy. Although she is an American, Pammy is serving in the Royal British Medical Corps because the United States military wasn’t taking women surgeons into the army in 1942, when, after her husband was killed in the Pacific, she was determined to get into military service as a surgeon. Pammy knows that Anna will never again be a great beauty, but she is determined to make her look as good as possible. The two become close friends, and the incorrigibly romantic Anna encourages Pammy to go with Karl Marbach to a black market café. In the course of things, Marbach and Pammy quickly become lovers. When Pammy teases Marbach about being a Gentile, he tells her how he hid out from the Russian Army near the end of the war by joining up with a Red Cross unit that entered Theresienstadt, the walled town turned into a ghetto by the Nazi SS. It was the place to which Jews were sent before going to extermination camps. Marbach says that in Theresienstadt, he heard a speech delivered by Rabbi Leo Baeck that had a powerful effect on him. He shows Pammy a piece of paper on which he wrote down some of Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words, and he reads them to her. The words help to bind the two lovers together. A few days later, Marbach and Kaas join forces in the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. They capture the former Nazi scientist, but Marbach gets badly wounded. For his part in the capture, Kaas is guaranteed to have a good postwar life courtesy of the Americans. In the British hospital in Vienna, Pammy finds that her unconscious lover is being tended to by Anna. The two women finally leave Marbach’s room and go off to find a hospital room they can stay in. Pammy is exhausted since she hasn’t slept in more than a day. While Pammy falls asleep in a hospital bed, Anna reads to her Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words about how to live in a world filled with man’s follies: “We stand before our God. We bow to him, and we stand upright and erect before human beings.”
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By Thomas Joyce
This is the second of three novels in which the central character is Karl Marbach. This story begins on the first Saturday in August of 1945, three months after the end of the war in Europe. Stephan Kaas—former SS Major Stephan Kaas—is walking the Ringstrasse, the great circular boulevard of Vienna, Austria. Vienna is a Soviet-occupied city. There are only token numbers of American, British, and French soldiers in the city, but newspapers are announcing the imminent arrival of troops from all four of the Allied countries. Soon Vienna will be divided into four occupation zones. Kaas goes to the Hotel Regina, the headquarters for the small American force in Vienna. He is confident he can find and deliver to the Americans Dr. Hans von Hassler, a prominent physicist who is also a Nazi war criminal. Kaas is confident the grateful Americans will put him on his way to a good life in the postwar world if he captures Dr. von Hassler for them. Inside the Hotel Regina, Kaas meets with Captain Millican, a young American who was a police officer before the war. For Millican, there could be trouble enlisting the services of Kaas before the Allied occupation of Vienna is formalized, but he makes the decision to send Kaas out on the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. While searching for Dr. von Hassler, Kaas learns that former Vienna police inspector Karl Marbach has just shown up in Vienna and that Marbach has brought Anna Krassny to the British army hospital. In 1938, Kaas was deeply in love with Anna. He looks forward to seeing her again, but when he visits the hospital, he finds that Anna has been badly scarred, and appalled by the scars, he resolves to never see her again. Anna and her doctor, Pamela Green, a Jewish surgeon, become close friends. Anna calls her new friend Dr. Pammy. Although she is an American, Pammy is serving in the Royal British Medical Corps because the United States military wasn’t taking women surgeons into the army in 1942, when, after her husband was killed in the Pacific, she was determined to get into military service as a surgeon. Pammy knows that Anna will never again be a great beauty, but she is determined to make her look as good as possible. The two become close friends, and the incorrigibly romantic Anna encourages Pammy to go with Karl Marbach to a black market café. In the course of things, Marbach and Pammy quickly become lovers. When Pammy teases Marbach about being a Gentile, he tells her how he hid out from the Russian Army near the end of the war by joining up with a Red Cross unit that entered Theresienstadt, the walled town turned into a ghetto by the Nazi SS. It was the place to which Jews were sent before going to extermination camps. Marbach says that in Theresienstadt, he heard a speech delivered by Rabbi Leo Baeck that had a powerful effect on him. He shows Pammy a piece of paper on which he wrote down some of Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words, and he reads them to her. The words help to bind the two lovers together. A few days later, Marbach and Kaas join forces in the hunt for Dr. von Hassler. They capture the former Nazi scientist, but Marbach gets badly wounded. For his part in the capture, Kaas is guaranteed to have a good postwar life courtesy of the Americans. In the British hospital in Vienna, Pammy finds that her unconscious lover is being tended to by Anna. The two women finally leave Marbach’s room and go off to find a hospital room they can stay in. Pammy is exhausted since she hasn’t slept in more than a day. While Pammy falls asleep in a hospital bed, Anna reads to her Rabbi Leo Baeck’s words about how to live in a world filled with man’s follies: “We stand before our God. We bow to him, and we stand upright and erect before human beings.”
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By Alfred Lenarciak
This page turner is the story of a young man from Communist Poland preparing his escape to the free world. It took him many years of struggling to prepare his plan. The unbelievable trip from Poland, passing through the Iron Curtain and risking his life to Paris, when he discovered, that escaping from Communist oppression doesn’t mean being welcomed by the free world. Surviving almost a year, hunted by French police and facing deportation back to Poland, he finally prevailed finding freedom in North America.
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By Brian George
In this second Dream Team novel, Barry, Annie, and Stella’s matchmaking vacation in Thailand brings them up against a woman who traffics human beings. Stella’s father’s attempt to betroth his daughter to a man who upholds his own twisted values takes the team across West Africa. The team fight injustice in their inimitable style. The cultural concepts of face and honour are tackled. Religion, voodoo, meditation, pranic healing, and even female genital mutilation are stirred into this mix. The Dream Team’s normal anti-establishmentarianism leads them to make violent retribution. As usual, they dish out rough justice. Their fast-moving lifestyle parties them through in this romp of a tale.
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By Tom Joyce
This is the third novel in a series following Vienna Police inspector Karl Marbach. This story takes place in the late summer of 1947. With encouragement from US Army Counterintelligence, Marbach is investigating Die Spinne, an escape route out of Germany and Austria for Nazi war criminals. Marbach and CIC major Millican learn about a new escape route called Odessa, a better-financed and more ambitious escape route, and they set out to obtain information about the location of the Odessa relay stations. They also hope to capture travelers on Odessa, including Adolf Eichmann, the architect of what became a mass deportation of Jews to extermination camps. Marbach enlists six men to go with him into the Tyrolian part of Austria to see if they can get the Odessa papers—and hopefully also capture Adolf Eichmann. The seven-man team is a collection of men from different countries, including France, Austria, and Poland. At a point where the Odessa papers and Eichmann appear to be within grasp, a large force of Odessa men get into position on the mountain just below Marbach’s team, and the only way to avoid getting killed is to climb all the way up to the top of the Dolomites and then down into Italy. A solid bond is forged among the men, who struggle and take risks for each other during the Dolomite climb. During the journey, the men learn a lot about each other—and themselves.
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By Tom Joyce
This is the third novel in a series following Vienna Police inspector Karl Marbach. This story takes place in the late summer of 1947. With encouragement from US Army Counterintelligence, Marbach is investigating Die Spinne, an escape route out of Germany and Austria for Nazi war criminals. Marbach and CIC major Millican learn about a new escape route called Odessa, a better-financed and more ambitious escape route, and they set out to obtain information about the location of the Odessa relay stations. They also hope to capture travelers on Odessa, including Adolf Eichmann, the architect of what became a mass deportation of Jews to extermination camps. Marbach enlists six men to go with him into the Tyrolian part of Austria to see if they can get the Odessa papers—and hopefully also capture Adolf Eichmann. The seven-man team is a collection of men from different countries, including France, Austria, and Poland. At a point where the Odessa papers and Eichmann appear to be within grasp, a large force of Odessa men get into position on the mountain just below Marbach’s team, and the only way to avoid getting killed is to climb all the way up to the top of the Dolomites and then down into Italy. A solid bond is forged among the men, who struggle and take risks for each other during the Dolomite climb. During the journey, the men learn a lot about each other—and themselves.
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By J rgen A.D. Graanoogst
The body is the subconscious mind that moves through different worlds where time has a different meaning. Karl Wakefield, a market merchant with no extraordinary ability, found himself in the other worlds after many moments of keeping inner secrets that urged him on. One particular question haunted him for most of his life: What if …? A longing for understanding he willed to have a grip on reason as the past haunted him. He never expected his questions to be answered by mythical creatures, and one day he made a deal with Margus Inferian, a powerful enchanter. Karl’s coming was predicted, and suddenly he was pulled into a different world. He found himself witnessing abnormal events as he was hurled into a dimension where “the man who knows” has the answers to his unsolved mysteries and aids him to see what he could not before. He made a discovery of an ancient time, tangled in delusions of the past and hunted down by the vile figures of the Gulusis and a dark thoughts of the one in masquerade, all seeking the pendant of the mountains and the dagger of Vytos. Karl discovered powers he never knew he had. Unwittingly, Karl’s wife, Eve, became involved, and he struggled between his own understanding and she who held his heart. He was forced to continue, steered by his will to where the path ahead held his future. Would they survive – or crumble and pine away for the forgotten past?
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By Alice Meeks
He grew up with a life of privilege naive to his father’s true nature—the dark evil legacy of his family. Then he met a human who showed him the truth. He swore to change his destiny and that of future Asters to the side of good. He escaped to earth and joined the galactic alliance. Now he will face the ultimate choice of the galaxy over his own blood. Can he become the man this universe needs to survive? Or will he destroy and surrender to the darkness inside?
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By David Pirie
The story is about two children, Pedro and Maya, who are about to embark on a journey of their lives, with many twists and turns from the beginning until the end.
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By David Pirie
The story is about two abandoned children who are left to fend for themselves and strange things start to happen. Puzzle pieces start to appear for no known reason, and the children disap— Who is the mastermind behind this plot?
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By Tom Gray
Tom Randal and three close friends leave on a bucket list dream vacation. Little did they know what is soon to ensue? Once in the Town of Red Lake they quickly attract the attention of four savvy female co-eds, also from the US. After a night of partying at the Hamilton Estate the four weary and hung over men fly out to a remote fishing outpost in northern Ontario. They will spend a week isolated and cut off from all means of communication. After only 24 hours of solitude and sport fishing bliss the scene dramatically changes. The unsuspecting vacationers soon have to band together to survive a whirlwind of natural disasters and ever present wilderness predators. The group is forced to endure to persevere. Vacation's over.
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By Alfred Lenarciak
This page turner is the story of a young man from Communist Poland preparing his escape to the free world. It took him many years of struggling to prepare his plan. The unbelievable trip from Poland, passing through the Iron Curtain and risking his life to Paris, when he discovered, that escaping from Communist oppression doesn’t mean being welcomed by the free world. Surviving almost a year, hunted by French police and facing deportation back to Poland, he finally prevailed finding freedom in North America.
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By Alfred Lenarciak
This page turner is the story of a young man from Communist Poland preparing his escape to the free world. It took him many years of struggling to prepare his plan. The unbelievable trip from Poland, passing through the Iron Curtain and risking his life to Paris, when he discovered, that escaping from Communist oppression doesn’t mean being welcomed by the free world. Surviving almost a year, hunted by French police and facing deportation back to Poland, he finally prevailed finding freedom in North America.
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By Thomas Graham Jr.

Sapphire, as the Preface explains, is a tale or saga of perhaps the most dangerous period of the Cold War. This was a time when the two superpower antagonists seeking the mastery of the world were challenging each other in important peripheral areas around the world, risking dangerous escalation to major war. At the same time they were creating enormous arsenals of total destruction on hair trigger alert in a situation where neither side had a good idea what the other was doing, therefore having to always “worst case” everything. It is extraordinary that the fatal mistake was not made somewhere along the line—and it nearly was during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 at the end of this period—precipitating worldwide nuclear war. Into this maelstrom entered a young woman tasked by her employer, the Central Intelligence Agency, to try to find a way to provide more openness between the sides and reduce worst-case planning as well as to try to help prevent regional confrontations from damaging US interests and spinning into world crisis. Sapphire is the story of that young woman, primarily during the years 1954 to 1961.


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