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By Dennis J. Stevens
Cops and Docs in America is an account of disaster victims and the quality of care administered by justice and healthcare providers obligated by certification, regulation, and policy. This book represents a dialogue of the decisions made about ‘deserving’ or ‘undeserving’ victims. It’s a story void of social justice resulting in the preventable death of America’s marginalized ‘underserving’ populations before a bioterrorist attack or an infectious disease outbreak. It’s no longer ‘if’ an attack or outbreak will happen - it’s in progress orchestrated by ISIS trained agitators fueling race-hate and suicide disease carriers in American prisons.
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By C. Anthony Sherman
Landry Simon brought a lawsuit against four prominent Louisiana families over whether the lands, which were stolen by their ancestors from his, could be recovered from those who own the lands and assets today or, more specifically, should the poor descendants of today be compensated for their forefathers losses, based on the development of those lands and assets, which in some cases, have produced billions of dollars in revenue. The jury will decide if the well-off descendants today owe anything morally, ethically, or legally to the poor descendants today, because of the cheating, lying, and cunningness of the wealthy land-grabbers of the past. In the meantime, citizens in both communities are growing increasingly agitated at the testimony revelations each day. Tensions have grown to the extent that some high school students organize protests against the police, school, city hall, and wealthy neighborhoods to take back what they perceive to be their inheritance. As a result of the students’ actions, two people have been shot, triggering a visit by the national office of the NAACP to assess the magnitude of the problem. The president has been briefed on the trials’ progress but has made no public statements about the possible implications if the jury decided to vote in favor of the plaintiffs’ petition. You are part of the jury—you must decide!
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By Capt. Gardner Martin Kelley
The “SPRIGHTLY LADY” and her Hurricane and Short Stories from Capt. Gardner M. Kelley Thelma a rich, “SPRIGHTLY LADY” with a nice yacht named for herself. She was very disappointed. She had been planning for a cruise to the Abaco’s, in the Bahamas before going north for the summer. She was looking at a picture of a body in a dingy, behind a sailing yacht. The body was not mentioned in the news. Probably was dumped overboard to save trouble for the officials, just another Bermuda Triangle mystery. The lady decided that she would have to put off going there, until she had some protection devises installed aboard. This would be done at City Island, New York Yacht Yard on the cruise north. She had no intentions of letting her world, her precious floating home be hi-jacked. The furthest we would go this winter would be Miami, Florida. The New River Yacht Yard is where the “SPRIGHTLY LADY” would soon be hauled out. This was for anti-fouling paint to be put on her bottom. She had a long cruise ahead. Thelma had spent much of her time at the lovely beach. It was not as nice as she remembered it from the past. The owner of the “SPRIGHTLY LADY” had enjoyed the winter months in Florida, the lavish parties aboard the yacht and her visits ashore to see her friends. Threats from the cold northerly winds were over for now. She sat with her husband Dennis and two other couples at Patricia Murphy’s elegant restaurant. She made the announcement, “We will be off for New York tomorrow.” Dennis protested, “I have a golf date tomorrow.” She said, “You have had enough golf for a while, now you can keep me company. The foliage along the banks is already changing, I am anxious to see it all.” Photo by Jeremy D’Entremont
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By Capt. Gardner Martin Kelley
The “SPRIGHTLY LADY” and her Hurricane and Short Stories from Capt. Gardner M. Kelley Thelma a rich, “SPRIGHTLY LADY” with a nice yacht named for herself. She was very disappointed. She had been planning for a cruise to the Abaco’s, in the Bahamas before going north for the summer. She was looking at a picture of a body in a dingy, behind a sailing yacht. The body was not mentioned in the news. Probably was dumped overboard to save trouble for the officials, just another Bermuda Triangle mystery. The lady decided that she would have to put off going there, until she had some protection devises installed aboard. This would be done at City Island, New York Yacht Yard on the cruise north. She had no intentions of letting her world, her precious floating home be hi-jacked. The furthest we would go this winter would be Miami, Florida. The New River Yacht Yard is where the “SPRIGHTLY LADY” would soon be hauled out. This was for anti-fouling paint to be put on her bottom. She had a long cruise ahead. Thelma had spent much of her time at the lovely beach. It was not as nice as she remembered it from the past. The owner of the “SPRIGHTLY LADY” had enjoyed the winter months in Florida, the lavish parties aboard the yacht and her visits ashore to see her friends. Threats from the cold northerly winds were over for now. She sat with her husband Dennis and two other couples at Patricia Murphy’s elegant restaurant. She made the announcement, “We will be off for New York tomorrow.” Dennis protested, “I have a golf date tomorrow.” She said, “You have had enough golf for a while, now you can keep me company. The foliage along the banks is already changing, I am anxious to see it all.” Photo by Jeremy D’Entremont
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By C. Anthony Sherman
Landry Simon brought a lawsuit against four prominent Louisiana families over whether the lands, which were stolen by their ancestors from his, could be recovered from those who own the lands and assets today or, more specifically, should the poor descendants of today be compensated for their forefathers losses, based on the development of those lands and assets, which in some cases, have produced billions of dollars in revenue. The jury will decide if the well-off descendants today owe anything morally, ethically, or legally to the poor descendants today, because of the cheating, lying, and cunningness of the wealthy land-grabbers of the past. In the meantime, citizens in both communities are growing increasingly agitated at the testimony revelations each day. Tensions have grown to the extent that some high school students organize protests against the police, school, city hall, and wealthy neighborhoods to take back what they perceive to be their inheritance. As a result of the students’ actions, two people have been shot, triggering a visit by the national office of the NAACP to assess the magnitude of the problem. The president has been briefed on the trials’ progress but has made no public statements about the possible implications if the jury decided to vote in favor of the plaintiffs’ petition. You are part of the jury—you must decide!
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By C. Anthony Sherman
Landry Simon brought a lawsuit against four prominent Louisiana families over whether the lands, which were stolen by their ancestors from his, could be recovered from those who own the lands and assets today or, more specifically, should the poor descendants of today be compensated for their forefathers losses, based on the development of those lands and assets, which in some cases, have produced billions of dollars in revenue. The jury will decide if the well-off descendants today owe anything morally, ethically, or legally to the poor descendants today, because of the cheating, lying, and cunningness of the wealthy land-grabbers of the past. In the meantime, citizens in both communities are growing increasingly agitated at the testimony revelations each day. Tensions have grown to the extent that some high school students organize protests against the police, school, city hall, and wealthy neighborhoods to take back what they perceive to be their inheritance. As a result of the students’ actions, two people have been shot, triggering a visit by the national office of the NAACP to assess the magnitude of the problem. The president has been briefed on the trials’ progress but has made no public statements about the possible implications if the jury decided to vote in favor of the plaintiffs’ petition. You are part of the jury—you must decide!
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By lenny cochrun
The Walls: An Unauthorized Novel is a gripping story based on enough fact to be frightening but enough fiction to straddle the line between truth and getting into trouble. Norman Adler’s life is turned upside down in more ways than one when he ends up in the custody of the Texas Department of Corrections on a drunk-driving conviction. Not only does he make friends with some people he never would have met in the posh confines of Highland Park Estates, but he and his new friends stumble onto a money-skimming scheme within the prison system that leads all the way to the governor’s mansion in Austin. There’s only one problem: how can this ragtag group of ex-convicts expose the conspiracy without going back to prison—or worse? The Walls is a fast-paced story providing intrigue, dark humor, and adventure that culminates in an irresistible read that will keep the reader entranced from start to finish.
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By Tom P. Brown
Tom P. Brown, a former combat United States Navy flight surgeon, witnessed hundreds of dead soldiers’ organs going to waste during his time in Desert Storm. In “Thou Shalt Kill” (ISBN 1466240024), Brown envisions the cataclysmic future as the unrelenting cost of war and the concept of stem cell replication clash In the year 2019, America is bordering on financial collapse after funding our third conflict in Iraq. On the home front, the president has provided funding for stem cell research. The success is overshadowed after corporate greed infiltrates the government run programs. The intention to benefit those with the greatest need quickly disappears as the replication process is used to clone all major organs. With the success, the inevitable occurs as the country’s population reaches the flash point. America becomes a battlefield of ethics as the concept of the chip becomes reality. A device placed into all citizens to signal when someone reaches the mandatory age of death. Years left on a chip are for sale and the hunt for the chip is on. Lieutenant Roger DeMarco must put an end to the murder of entire innocent Iraqi villages without discrediting the country. From a helicopter pilot caught in the middle of saving lives in the war while others use the war to harvest the enemy and civilians alike, to doctors caught on each side of the line, to a reality TV star, who having sold his chip, captures America’s attention as he slowly kills himself in a hedonist’s paradise, progress, profit, and morality collide with stunning ferocity. Absorbing, thought provoking, and bristling with intensity, Thou Shalt Kill is a first-rate thriller.
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By Sherrie Cox

The Birth of Sally's second child gave her hope for the loving family she always dreamed of having. Her first thought when she laid eyes on her new son Aaron was, "You'll make us proud one day. I Do Pray you and your brother Bradley will be good friends, always looking after each other."

But, Will they be close or hate one another?

Can Sally pull through and survive Radiation/Chemo treatments she has to endure while raising two boys, and working a full time job at night during the time Richard was sent to Saudi Arabia? Not knowing who would take care of her children if something happens to her and/or Richard, it gave Sally a reason to fight to live and spend every second she could with her sons.


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By lenny cochrun
The Walls: An Unauthorized Novel is a gripping story based on enough fact to be frightening but enough fiction to straddle the line between truth and getting into trouble. Norman Adler’s life is turned upside down in more ways than one when he ends up in the custody of the Texas Department of Corrections on a drunk-driving conviction. Not only does he make friends with some people he never would have met in the posh confines of Highland Park Estates, but he and his new friends stumble onto a money-skimming scheme within the prison system that leads all the way to the governor’s mansion in Austin. There’s only one problem: how can this ragtag group of ex-convicts expose the conspiracy without going back to prison—or worse? The Walls is a fast-paced story providing intrigue, dark humor, and adventure that culminates in an irresistible read that will keep the reader entranced from start to finish.
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By Tom P. Brown
Tom P. Brown, a former combat United States Navy flight surgeon, witnessed hundreds of dead soldiers’ organs going to waste during his time in Desert Storm. In “Thou Shalt Kill” (ISBN 1466240024), Brown envisions the cataclysmic future as the unrelenting cost of war and the concept of stem cell replication clash In the year 2019, America is bordering on financial collapse after funding our third conflict in Iraq. On the home front, the president has provided funding for stem cell research. The success is overshadowed after corporate greed infiltrates the government run programs. The intention to benefit those with the greatest need quickly disappears as the replication process is used to clone all major organs. With the success, the inevitable occurs as the country’s population reaches the flash point. America becomes a battlefield of ethics as the concept of the chip becomes reality. A device placed into all citizens to signal when someone reaches the mandatory age of death. Years left on a chip are for sale and the hunt for the chip is on. Lieutenant Roger DeMarco must put an end to the murder of entire innocent Iraqi villages without discrediting the country. From a helicopter pilot caught in the middle of saving lives in the war while others use the war to harvest the enemy and civilians alike, to doctors caught on each side of the line, to a reality TV star, who having sold his chip, captures America’s attention as he slowly kills himself in a hedonist’s paradise, progress, profit, and morality collide with stunning ferocity. Absorbing, thought provoking, and bristling with intensity, Thou Shalt Kill is a first-rate thriller.
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By Tom P. Brown
Tom P. Brown, a former combat United States Navy flight surgeon, witnessed hundreds of dead soldiers’ organs going to waste during his time in Desert Storm. In “Thou Shalt Kill” (ISBN 1466240024), Brown envisions the cataclysmic future as the unrelenting cost of war and the concept of stem cell replication clash In the year 2019, America is bordering on financial collapse after funding our third conflict in Iraq. On the home front, the president has provided funding for stem cell research. The success is overshadowed after corporate greed infiltrates the government run programs. The intention to benefit those with the greatest need quickly disappears as the replication process is used to clone all major organs. With the success, the inevitable occurs as the country’s population reaches the flash point. America becomes a battlefield of ethics as the concept of the chip becomes reality. A device placed into all citizens to signal when someone reaches the mandatory age of death. Years left on a chip are for sale and the hunt for the chip is on. Lieutenant Roger DeMarco must put an end to the murder of entire innocent Iraqi villages without discrediting the country. From a helicopter pilot caught in the middle of saving lives in the war while others use the war to harvest the enemy and civilians alike, to doctors caught on each side of the line, to a reality TV star, who having sold his chip, captures America’s attention as he slowly kills himself in a hedonist’s paradise, progress, profit, and morality collide with stunning ferocity. Absorbing, thought provoking, and bristling with intensity, Thou Shalt Kill is a first-rate thriller.
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By Sherrie Cox

The Birth of Sally's second child gave her hope for the loving family she always dreamed of having. Her first thought when she laid eyes on her new son Aaron was, "You'll make us proud one day. I Do Pray you and your brother Bradley will be good friends, always looking after each other."

But, Will they be close or hate one another?

Can Sally pull through and survive Radiation/Chemo treatments she has to endure while raising two boys, and working a full time job at night during the time Richard was sent to Saudi Arabia? Not knowing who would take care of her children if something happens to her and/or Richard, it gave Sally a reason to fight to live and spend every second she could with her sons.


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By Geoffrey Trubow
"Stew" is a coming of age story centering on two high school freshmen in the early nineties, Jake Greeley and Kevin McCluskey, and the fictional western Chicago suburb in which they live, Forge. Jake is an only child living with his divorced mother, while Kevin is the middle child between two brothers. Kevin's family is representative of Forge itself, very charming and attractive on the surface, but disturbed and troubled inside. It is told by observing Jake and Kevin separately as they develop and as they fatefully come together at the conclusion. Kevin and Jake meet in junior high shortly after the latter and his mother move to Forge. They become fast friends instantly, although they are very different. Kevin is a budding athlete. Jake is more interested in music, primarily punk, and literature. He has hardly any contact with his father who lives out of state, but enjoys a warm relationship with his free spirited mother. This is quite the opposite of Kevin's home life, which is tense and often unfeeling. For different reasons, Jake and Kevin’s lives spiral downward to the point where they plan to exact violent actions against their classmates.
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By Geoffrey Trubow
"Stew" is a coming of age story centering on two high school freshmen in the early nineties, Jake Greeley and Kevin McCluskey, and the fictional western Chicago suburb in which they live, Forge. Jake is an only child living with his divorced mother, while Kevin is the middle child between two brothers. Kevin's family is representative of Forge itself, very charming and attractive on the surface, but disturbed and troubled inside. It is told by observing Jake and Kevin separately as they develop and as they fatefully come together at the conclusion. Kevin and Jake meet in junior high shortly after the latter and his mother move to Forge. They become fast friends instantly, although they are very different. Kevin is a budding athlete. Jake is more interested in music, primarily punk, and literature. He has hardly any contact with his father who lives out of state, but enjoys a warm relationship with his free spirited mother. This is quite the opposite of Kevin's home life, which is tense and often unfeeling. For different reasons, Jake and Kevin’s lives spiral downward to the point where they plan to exact violent actions against their classmates.
FORMAT: Softcover
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