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By Shaheen Asbagh
A thriller that opens your mind and holds you in your seat until the end. This story, as in many others, reveals the values of our social interactions and brings about with it an experience which has many times haunted our communities. Our schools, our universities, our social points of interest and religious centers are not safe anymore. We could help by reaching out and stopping this chaos. This story is a symbol that will devastate us as well as focussing on our social values; those forgotten moments that are always an asset and reach us at the last checkpoint. . . .
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By Christine Doornbos
She suddenly felt caught between two worlds, a heinous existence in what she knew as reality and a dire situation in what seemed to be a dream about the end of the world. The troubling part was that she didn't know which was better… Eighteen-year-old Kali, a poor girl residing in a garbage-filled, decrepit trailer with her mentally ill mother, while being repeatedly abused physically and sexually by her alcoholic father, finds escape from the brutality of her everyday life only in her dreams, where she imagines a picture perfect home and a family who loves her. During an exceptionally viscous attack Kali is beaten into unconsciousness and wakes up in a warehouse with a strange man named Ryatt. Ryatt seems to know Kali, but Kali has no recollection of him or their surroundings. Kali soon learns that she has been dropped into a new fantasy, a viral apocalypse. Sliding back and forth between worlds, Kali tries to figure out what divides these two places, there are no doors or roads to follow to the other side. It isn’t long before her grasp on reality and nightmare begins to falter. Which is better, her inhumane life or a world where everyone she knows is gone and the only people left walking are dead?
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By Carl Pfeiffer
Dr. Susan Miller is a brilliant, young, attractive marine biologist on a fast track career pathway at Memorial University of Newfoundland, doing behavioral studies on squid and octopuses, molluscan species noted for their high intelligence. Her studies are interrupted when the director of NOAA’s Office of Research and Ocean Exploration requests her help aboard the oceanic research vessel, Okeanos Explorer, in the western Pacific Ocean to investigate the disappearance of some marine research divers from the ship. She is accompanied by her molecular biology post-doctoral trainee, Dr. Masami Matsumoto from Japan. It is suspected that one or more giant squid, usually a quiet, clandestine species, are responsible for these and other deaths in the region.

Scientists aboard the research vessel are also investigating the increased submarine seismic activity occurring in the western Pacific. These dilemmas require the two young marine biologists to travel around the globe, and to examine the molecular genetics to solve this problem and to discover its amazing causation.

The Aggressor Gene is a marine biology science-oriented thriller melding the areas of psychology, molecular biology and physical oceanography with marine biology in an exciting page turner.

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By Thorvald Lygum
We write 1977. The cold war is raging, but master instructor Lars Steensen has enough to do with his own war. A war against creditors. After a serius riding accident it seems he has lost the battle, but in the hospital he receives an unexspected visit. Two officers from NATO intelligence ask him do do a job for them. A rather simple task. So it seems, and he is not in a situation, that invite to refuse. The assignment brings him around on the north German competitions camps, but the simple task turns out to be a lot more complicated than assumed. And a lot more dangerous. The crime-circle wrote: A new Dick Francis whith the same ability to write. Not about the racing world this time, but about the show jumping world. An exellent thriller. Horse&Rider wrote: A book that can be equated with the the greatest novel writer successes in the Danish bookmarket. The libraries reviuw wrote: A really good, old-fashioned thriller from the good, old, cold war.
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By Batiki Negus
Bad Intentions is about two young gang bangers, Peter Green AKA Puncho and Reggie Harris AKA Redrum, who are childhood friends who have grown up in a life of crime. Puncho, the leader of the two, allows his bad intentions to lead him into a world of evil, crossing paths with a serial killer who practices devil worshipping. In his descent into hell, Puncho takes a glimpse at true evil. In order to save himself and all of those he loves, he must make a life altering decision that will seal his destiny.

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By Bill Coles

How does a young man go to the roof of his brownstone house to sun himself, and never wake up? Is there foul play? Did he owe money to the wrong people? Did he play around with another man’s woman? It it is foul play, how do you find a murderer in a city the size of New York with no clues?


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By Thorvald Lygum
We write 1977. The cold war is raging, but master instructor Lars Steensen has enough to do with his own war. A war against creditors. After a serius riding accident it seems he has lost the battle, but in the hospital he receives an unexspected visit. Two officers from NATO intelligence ask him do do a job for them. A rather simple task. So it seems, and he is not in a situation, that invite to refuse. The assignment brings him around on the north German competitions camps, but the simple task turns out to be a lot more complicated than assumed. And a lot more dangerous. The crime-circle wrote: A new Dick Francis whith the same ability to write. Not about the racing world this time, but about the show jumping world. An exellent thriller. Horse&Rider wrote: A book that can be equated with the the greatest novel writer successes in the Danish bookmarket. The libraries reviuw wrote: A really good, old-fashioned thriller from the good, old, cold war.
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By Thorvald Lygum
We write 1977. The cold war is raging, but master instructor Lars Steensen has enough to do with his own war. A war against creditors. After a serius riding accident it seems he has lost the battle, but in the hospital he receives an unexspected visit. Two officers from NATO intelligence ask him do do a job for them. A rather simple task. So it seems, and he is not in a situation, that invite to refuse. The assignment brings him around on the north German competitions camps, but the simple task turns out to be a lot more complicated than assumed. And a lot more dangerous. The crime-circle wrote: A new Dick Francis whith the same ability to write. Not about the racing world this time, but about the show jumping world. An exellent thriller. Horse&Rider wrote: A book that can be equated with the the greatest novel writer successes in the Danish bookmarket. The libraries reviuw wrote: A really good, old-fashioned thriller from the good, old, cold war.
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By Carl Pfeiffer
Dr. Susan Miller is a brilliant, young, attractive marine biologist on a fast track career pathway at Memorial University of Newfoundland, doing behavioral studies on squid and octopuses, molluscan species noted for their high intelligence. Her studies are interrupted when the director of NOAA’s Office of Research and Ocean Exploration requests her help aboard the oceanic research vessel, Okeanos Explorer, in the western Pacific Ocean to investigate the disappearance of some marine research divers from the ship. She is accompanied by her molecular biology post-doctoral trainee, Dr. Masami Matsumoto from Japan. It is suspected that one or more giant squid, usually a quiet, clandestine species, are responsible for these and other deaths in the region.

Scientists aboard the research vessel are also investigating the increased submarine seismic activity occurring in the western Pacific. These dilemmas require the two young marine biologists to travel around the globe, and to examine the molecular genetics to solve this problem and to discover its amazing causation.

The Aggressor Gene is a marine biology science-oriented thriller melding the areas of psychology, molecular biology and physical oceanography with marine biology in an exciting page turner.

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By Carl Pfeiffer
Dr. Susan Miller is a brilliant, young, attractive marine biologist on a fast track career pathway at Memorial University of Newfoundland, doing behavioral studies on squid and octopuses, molluscan species noted for their high intelligence. Her studies are interrupted when the director of NOAA’s Office of Research and Ocean Exploration requests her help aboard the oceanic research vessel, Okeanos Explorer, in the western Pacific Ocean to investigate the disappearance of some marine research divers from the ship. She is accompanied by her molecular biology post-doctoral trainee, Dr. Masami Matsumoto from Japan. It is suspected that one or more giant squid, usually a quiet, clandestine species, are responsible for these and other deaths in the region.

Scientists aboard the research vessel are also investigating the increased submarine seismic activity occurring in the western Pacific. These dilemmas require the two young marine biologists to travel around the globe, and to examine the molecular genetics to solve this problem and to discover its amazing causation.

The Aggressor Gene is a marine biology science-oriented thriller melding the areas of psychology, molecular biology and physical oceanography with marine biology in an exciting page turner.

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By Batiki Negus
Bad Intentions is about two young gang bangers, Peter Green AKA Puncho and Reggie Harris AKA Redrum, who are childhood friends who have grown up in a life of crime. Puncho, the leader of the two, allows his bad intentions to lead him into a world of evil, crossing paths with a serial killer who practices devil worshipping. In his descent into hell, Puncho takes a glimpse at true evil. In order to save himself and all of those he loves, he must make a life altering decision that will seal his destiny.

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By Ren Brim
She was beautiful. She had everything I needed and more. I always knew that beauty was more than just skin deep. This is why I fell in love with her.
Simple, practical, and down-to-earth—how those words fit her exact nature. I can’t explain it.
She remained the same, unchanged regardless of her possessions.
She was perfect, until . . .
The next person that you choose to take for granted, stop and listen.
Never did David McCormick bother until it was too late.

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By Jed O'Dea
An incredible scientific discovery with the potential to benefit all of mankind has an unintended consequence: geopolitical chaos. Leaders of nations threatened by the discovery dispatch assassins to eliminate the threat. Other state-sponsored agents are tasked to secure the secret formula for their own duplicitous motives. Desperate people do desperate things. The fragile order of power and wealth between leaders of nations and the precarious relationship between true relevance and those leaders grasping for relevance are challenged by the impact of the discovery. Tucker Cherokee is the last person alive that knows how to make the discovery work. It surprised him that people would want to kill or kidnap him because of that knowledge. Staying alive became an unwanted adventure. Fortunately, he knew just the right person to keep him alive.
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By Ren Brim
She was beautiful. She had everything I needed and more. I always knew that beauty was more than just skin deep. This is why I fell in love with her.
Simple, practical, and down-to-earth—how those words fit her exact nature. I can’t explain it.
She remained the same, unchanged regardless of her possessions.
She was perfect, until . . .
The next person that you choose to take for granted, stop and listen.
Never did David McCormick bother until it was too late.

FORMAT: Softcover
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By Stephen Bambrough
Griffin Holster is an ordinary, witty young adult who lands himself in a very unordinary situation. There is nothing particularly special about Griff, which is hopefully what makes his thoughts on his situation that bit more comparable. Sure, he has friends and family as well as a steady job, but in the heat of the moment, when the unimaginable happens, is that really what you think about? Or do you thrive in the moment? When faced with the rewriting of history, religion, and trust, he is pushed to the limit both mentally and physically. Faced with the horrors of man and monster alike, how will Griff react?
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