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By Robert Fisher
At an early age, Alex MacMillan was taught by his mother that the journey through life would be filled with crossroads. At each of them, he must carefully look in both directions before selecting the path to take. His decisions would not always be easy. What she didn’t mention was that some of his choices could lead to danger. He had to learn that the hard way. World War Two was not a conducive environment in which to make obviously correct decisions, and Alex would find more than his fair share of difficulty. Technically, he was overqualified for the mission he was given. Technically - but not mentally — he had great fear of the location, and with good reason: the jungles of Malaya were occupied by more than enemy Japanese, and some of the inhabitants were decidedly deadly. Throughout his mission, the words of the intelligence officer who sent him there continually resounded in his ears: “Trust no one, and never, never turn your back on anyone!”
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By Stephen David Eteng
The Mermaid beside the Stream is a philosophical fiction that depicts an uncommon characteristic of a fledgling entity too soon given to the pursuit of independence. It is a tale about a stripling who desires to be allowed to do things on his own at an age when most children are still totally dependent on their mothers for everything, including blowing their noses. The young one finally got what he was looking for—an opportunity to enjoy a couple of hours of freedom free of adult monitoring. But as almost always happens albeit in disparate forms and shapes to those stubbornly striving for yet unattainable heights, he would encounter a mermaid beside the stream, a terror-inflicting meeting that complicated his world and doomed him and his relatives and friends to a lifetime of adversity. It seeks to look in-depth into family values, the troubles faced by parents in the upbringing of children; it exposes the mistake inherent in the modern trend of not whipping children when they go astray, with an underlying criticism of embracing the white man’s culture at the expense of pure tradition handed down by our African forefathers. It exposes the debilitating effects of fear and seeks to educate and liberate those who have allowed themselves to be shackled by it. This book will appeal to all classes for, like the stages of life, it unfolds with bloodcurdling suspense—life from cradle to early adulthood, with each stage underscored by lively original poetry.
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By Harriet Wilson
After a visit from Vandrone, the master he first encountered in Egypt, Nathan prepares for his third and final journey with his housekeeper and one of his students. The unexpected arrival of old friends at Gladwick Hall leaves him little choice but to invite them to join him in his quest for the sorcerer’s mask. Nathan books passage on the Barracuda, a unique one-man submarine, captained by a crazy German. The voyage looks to be in peril as the small craft battles on, through treacherous weather and heavy seas, to the most dangerous place on earth - the Island of Two Moons. In hot pursuit, on a ghost ship, are two of his sworn enemies. At the helm is a villainous cutthroat - a demon of revenge who has been summoned from a watery grave.
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By J. B. Scott
The maiden of Avril: A collection of stories and poems explores a wide variety of topics. Martians, dragons, stepparents and Princesses are just the beginning. These fast-paced stories and poems bring to life the age-old idea that anything is possible. "Lions and tigers and shoe addict, oh my!" These are just some of the characters you’ll meet along the way.
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By Robert A Peter
Biffy Ferguson is a large, eight year old Tabby Cat with an odd orange tip on the end of his tale that he is rather proud of. Biffy thought of himself as a sophisticated, yet down to earth cat- about-town. Biffy’s best friends were Mr Marple, the large ginger tom from two doors down and Robbie the West Highland terrier from across the road. Mr Marple, who was just called Marple by his friends, happened to be owned by two people who were huge Agatha Christie fans. They also had a gold fish called Poirot and a Budgie called Agatha. Robbie was rumoured to be a distant cousin of Greyfriars Bobby, the famous 19th century Edinburgh dog who stayed by his master’s grave and was looked after by the local people in recognition of his loyalty. Biffy thought that Robbie had started this rumour himself. Meanwhile, out in space, a small fleet of spaceships from the planet Mars had managed to sneak up and hide behind the moon in preparation for a raid on Earth to steal lots of cheese from a cheese festival in Cheddar, England. During the Martians attempt to land a sudden fault with the rocket motors on board the Martian flagship ship, the Zulupapalulu, forces it to make an emergency landing close to where Biffy and his friends were having their afternoon nap. Investigating the disturbance Biffy and his friends discover that the Martians are Mice and overhear their dastardly plans. After several comic adventures Biffy and his friends manage to steal 3 of the Martian mice’s hover scooters and find their main landing site. Using his generous for invention, Biffy constructs a make-shift catapult and using bits of cheese as ammunition takes on the mice in a climactic battle and saves the day.
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By Robert Fisher
At an early age, Alex MacMillan was taught by his mother that the journey through life would be filled with crossroads. At each of them, he must carefully look in both directions before selecting the path to take. His decisions would not always be easy. What she didn’t mention was that some of his choices could lead to danger. He had to learn that the hard way. World War Two was not a conducive environment in which to make obviously correct decisions, and Alex would find more than his fair share of difficulty. Technically, he was overqualified for the mission he was given. Technically - but not mentally — he had great fear of the location, and with good reason: the jungles of Malaya were occupied by more than enemy Japanese, and some of the inhabitants were decidedly deadly. Throughout his mission, the words of the intelligence officer who sent him there continually resounded in his ears: “Trust no one, and never, never turn your back on anyone!”
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By Stephen David Eteng
The Mermaid beside the Stream is a philosophical fiction that depicts an uncommon characteristic of a fledgling entity too soon given to the pursuit of independence. It is a tale about a stripling who desires to be allowed to do things on his own at an age when most children are still totally dependent on their mothers for everything, including blowing their noses. The young one finally got what he was looking for—an opportunity to enjoy a couple of hours of freedom free of adult monitoring. But as almost always happens albeit in disparate forms and shapes to those stubbornly striving for yet unattainable heights, he would encounter a mermaid beside the stream, a terror-inflicting meeting that complicated his world and doomed him and his relatives and friends to a lifetime of adversity. It seeks to look in-depth into family values, the troubles faced by parents in the upbringing of children; it exposes the mistake inherent in the modern trend of not whipping children when they go astray, with an underlying criticism of embracing the white man’s culture at the expense of pure tradition handed down by our African forefathers. It exposes the debilitating effects of fear and seeks to educate and liberate those who have allowed themselves to be shackled by it. This book will appeal to all classes for, like the stages of life, it unfolds with bloodcurdling suspense—life from cradle to early adulthood, with each stage underscored by lively original poetry.
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By Harriet Wilson
After a visit from Vandrone, the master he first encountered in Egypt, Nathan prepares for his third and final journey with his housekeeper and one of his students. The unexpected arrival of old friends at Gladwick Hall leaves him little choice but to invite them to join him in his quest for the sorcerer’s mask. Nathan books passage on the Barracuda, a unique one-man submarine, captained by a crazy German. The voyage looks to be in peril as the small craft battles on, through treacherous weather and heavy seas, to the most dangerous place on earth - the Island of Two Moons. In hot pursuit, on a ghost ship, are two of his sworn enemies. At the helm is a villainous cutthroat - a demon of revenge who has been summoned from a watery grave.
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By Larry W. Newell
Brandon Cole, a confident, young, and handsome Black man, full of street smarts and social savvy, lands a pivotal leadership position as a secret ops recruit for the CIA. Although he is aware of the invisible yet pervasive structure of America’s Military Industrial Complex, he is totally unprepared for the racist undertones and bigotry that he now faces in the CIA. Initially driven by idyllic images and ideas about the CIA, Brandon quickly realizes his life is in jeopardy because of his unorthodox belief in Black theology. Once these beliefs are revealed during a psycho-emotional exercise, Duke, the “Controller”, a professed Aryan bigot, is compelled to limit Brandon’s ascension to power among the recruits. However, unbeknownst to Brandon and Duke, a hidden “revenge” scheme is underway to destroy them both. As racial tension and conflict mount, Brandon and Duke suddenly find themselves doing whatever it takes to clear their own names due to a “rigged” training exercise which results in negligent homicide. The danger intensifies as time is running out. Who’s plotting to destroy Duke’s career and end Brandon’s life in the process? Who’s behind the rigged training exercise? Can Brandon afford to trust anyone? As the tension rises, the twists come fast and furious, keeping the reader guessing and gasping until the explosive climax. This full-throttle action thriller with unrestrained emotion and relentless suspense entangles Brandon and other characters in an extended web of deceit that is, “Chronic In America.”
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By Ken Wilbur
The novel is about a young Catholic nun that has to make some difficult decisions. It is also about a young baseball player from a small town in Iowa that goes to Chicago to play for the major league team.
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By Kenneth Stephenson
Sky Raiders is a continuation of the Romantic fantasy adventure that began in Ken’s first book “The Island of the seven Kings”. It is the story of adventure in a new land as they as they follow the decree of their God and depart their island to find new worlds. It is the story of romance as one group of God’s chosen learn and develop new relationships between themselves and the inhabitants of this new world. It is a story of struggle as a small band of former messengers develops into the dynamic fighting force becoming the Sky Raiders.
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By Larry W. Newell
Brandon Cole, a confident, young, and handsome Black man, full of street smarts and social savvy, lands a pivotal leadership position as a secret ops recruit for the CIA. Although he is aware of the invisible yet pervasive structure of America’s Military Industrial Complex, he is totally unprepared for the racist undertones and bigotry that he now faces in the CIA. Initially driven by idyllic images and ideas about the CIA, Brandon quickly realizes his life is in jeopardy because of his unorthodox belief in Black theology. Once these beliefs are revealed during a psycho-emotional exercise, Duke, the “Controller”, a professed Aryan bigot, is compelled to limit Brandon’s ascension to power among the recruits. However, unbeknownst to Brandon and Duke, a hidden “revenge” scheme is underway to destroy them both. As racial tension and conflict mount, Brandon and Duke suddenly find themselves doing whatever it takes to clear their own names due to a “rigged” training exercise which results in negligent homicide. The danger intensifies as time is running out. Who’s plotting to destroy Duke’s career and end Brandon’s life in the process? Who’s behind the rigged training exercise? Can Brandon afford to trust anyone? As the tension rises, the twists come fast and furious, keeping the reader guessing and gasping until the explosive climax. This full-throttle action thriller with unrestrained emotion and relentless suspense entangles Brandon and other characters in an extended web of deceit that is, “Chronic In America.”
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By Peggy Jean Cramer
The Meistermann Family: The Devil’s Revenge introduces Buddy Burke, a down-to-earth sleuth with a talent for understanding human behavior. He developed these skills as the middle child of seven children. For him, these were the survival skills that got him enough to eat at the supper table, kept him out of fights with his older brothers, and gave him a discerning heart to recognize when he was being conned by the younger siblings. Can the law guarantee justice? Buddy Burke, Connecticut State Marshal, decides that when the law is not clear, common sense, fairness and understanding can determine justice. Balance the Good vs Evil in this mystery and see if you agree. How would you have handled the information Buddy gathers about the death of Adolf (Meistermann) Masters? Revenge can be sweet, but not always. This story is the sequel to the first place, contest-winning novella Adolf Meistermann: The Devil’s Legacy.
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By Raff Stuart

In this the fifth book in the chronicles of Adam Black, Adam has joined the Army as a fifteen year old Infantry Junior Leader and while escaping from the restrictions of recruit’s training to the delights of the “Fighting Cocks” in Oswestry finds himself transported back to the year 1644 in the middle of an attack on the town by the Roundheads.  Adam is captured by them but manages to escape only to end up fighting for the Royalists.  However, he finds a good friend in the Doctor who is with the Royalist force and through him meets Annie the scullery maid.

 

Other Books in the series:

Book 1 - A Roman Odyssey

Book 2 - A Viking Voyage

Book 3 - A Nazi Nightmare

Book 4 - A Voyage to Victory

Book 6 - An Egyptian Escapade


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By Peggy Jean Cramer
The Meistermann Family: The Devil’s Revenge introduces Buddy Burke, a down-to-earth sleuth with a talent for understanding human behavior. He developed these skills as the middle child of seven children. For him, these were the survival skills that got him enough to eat at the supper table, kept him out of fights with his older brothers, and gave him a discerning heart to recognize when he was being conned by the younger siblings. Can the law guarantee justice? Buddy Burke, Connecticut State Marshal, decides that when the law is not clear, common sense, fairness and understanding can determine justice. Balance the Good vs Evil in this mystery and see if you agree. How would you have handled the information Buddy gathers about the death of Adolf (Meistermann) Masters? Revenge can be sweet, but not always. This story is the sequel to the first place, contest-winning novella Adolf Meistermann: The Devil’s Legacy.
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