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By Andie Peterson
A young widow, Laura Kjelstad is the first woman mayor of Birch Bay, a small town in northern Minnesota. She easily won a blistering re-election, but her opponents don’t rest easily. Laura’s fundraising idea for her small town is generating lots of enthusiasm and more than expected participants. A gingerbread house event is being held at The Raspberry Point Inn owned by Laura’s friends, Gary and Molly Berg. Proceeds will go to area non-profits. The designs are outstanding: the Old Depot, the local high school, Enger Tower; so many entries that the Inn is displaying them throughout the building. One of the visitors to the event is Tony Harrington, the man known throughout the state as having the golden touch, owner of restaurants and real estate. Tony generates excitement wherever he goes and people gather around him in clusters. In the midst of the successful event, Tony Harrington is murdered while in his car near Birch Bay, gunshots to his head and back. One of the judges for the contest is found dead in her home in Superior, Wisconsin, gunshots to her head and back, just like Tony. Although Laura easily won re-election, her opponents continue to deal in misinformation and outright lies. A friend has created a blogspot for her, but her rivals send out the Internet trolls. Laura can deal with the trolls, but murder in her midst is a whole different story. Laura discovers that Tony has kept a host of secrets and she begins to connect the dots only to discover that the connections are shocking revelations. Even when Laura becomes the damsel in distress, it is up to her to save herself and her future boss.
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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 Jean-Pierre Angel
By 10:00 p.m. on that Friday evening of May 1941, Victor Crespi should have returned home long ago. His wife; his daughter, Elise; and his eleven-year-old son, Simon, are anxious. The next morning they learn the news: Victor Crespi was arrested by the French police on his way home from work. His ID card was stamped Jewish, which was enough to render an innocent man guilty and to send him off to a camp in the Loiret region. For Simon and his family, it is the beginning of years of wandering, strewn with more roundups, more tears, and more crimes. Protected then betrayed, Simon encounters fear, abandon, and guilt, but also love and courage. Through escapes and hiding places, Simon has only his mother’s tortoise shell comb to hang on to life.
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By Jean-Pierre Angel
By 10:00 p.m. on that Friday evening of May 1941, Victor Crespi should have returned home long ago. His wife; his daughter, Elise; and his eleven-year-old son, Simon, are anxious. The next morning they learn the news: Victor Crespi was arrested by the French police on his way home from work. His ID card was stamped Jewish, which was enough to render an innocent man guilty and to send him off to a camp in the Loiret region. For Simon and his family, it is the beginning of years of wandering, strewn with more roundups, more tears, and more crimes. Protected then betrayed, Simon encounters fear, abandon, and guilt, but also love and courage. Through escapes and hiding places, Simon has only his mother’s tortoise shell comb to hang on to life.
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By Allan Wood

Detective Inspector Bob Buchanan, in his quest for the truth, has uncovered evil in its vilest form. This evil has been nurtured within the community for generations. This evil having infiltrated every facet of a once decent society, now threatens to destroy anyone who tries to interfere.

 

DI Buchanan’s survival depends on his ability to fight this evil on its own terms and on its own territory. His long term friends and colleagues are no longer what they seem; any misplaced trust will spell disaster.

 

The local community of Calderhill is steeped in traditions and folklore that are alien to all normal human traits. Buchanan finds himself inexplicably linked with the past history and the future survival of the inhabitants of Calderhill. Taking sides and entering into the eternal struggle for survival in a battle between good and evil can only be decided once you decide which side is which.

 

This book, ‘The Devil’s list’ is the sequel to ‘Livestock’, a must read before continuing on this nightmare journey. The final chapter in this trilogy, ‘Calderhill’ sets the stage for the epic battle between the communities good and evil The final outcome of which will seal the fate of Detective Buchanan and that of those around him.


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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 L. A. Wiggins
ASA agent William Wright had matured from being a brash young soldier to a seasoned espionage agent with a gift that foretold impending danger. He gradually changed from a baby-faced university student to a devilish handsome young man with an agenda in pursuing communist agents to beautiful ladies in Europe. These traits had a tendency to have him loved or hated according to who was taken advantage of his availability. The ones who disliked his natural confident manner were usually fathers protecting their daughters or husbands who became adversaries. He never turned down—or almost never—a lady’s wishes when they were needed to make sure an assignment was successful. Loyalty was his creed with fellow associates, lovers and the three generals he answered to, and justifiable force was his trademark. Will asked for no quarter and gave only when respect warranted such reactions.
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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 L. A. Wiggins
ASA agent William Wright had matured from being a brash young soldier to a seasoned espionage agent with a gift that foretold impending danger. He gradually changed from a baby-faced university student to a devilish handsome young man with an agenda in pursuing communist agents to beautiful ladies in Europe. These traits had a tendency to have him loved or hated according to who was taken advantage of his availability. The ones who disliked his natural confident manner were usually fathers protecting their daughters or husbands who became adversaries. He never turned down—or almost never—a lady’s wishes when they were needed to make sure an assignment was successful. Loyalty was his creed with fellow associates, lovers and the three generals he answered to, and justifiable force was his trademark. Will asked for no quarter and gave only when respect warranted such reactions.
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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 Alfred Lenarciak
During the reconstruction of the Ferri family Palazzo Baronale in Santa Caterina dello Ionio, Alfredo and his team found the memoirs of Gregorio Ferri from 1800’s. The notebook detailed Jean Durand viscount de Villers’ commission by Napoleon III to find Tommaso Campanella’s Eagle Prophecy written in 1598 in the Dominican Convent of Santa Caterina. Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639), a world acclaimed philosopher and writer from Stilo, Calabria. He wrote the renown City of the Sun. Prophecies for Pope Urban VIII and French King Louis XIV. The prophecies were fulfilled and Louis XIV was the longest reigning monarch in human history. The Eagle Prophecy was alleged to predict the birth of an Eagle Prince on a Mediterranean Island, who would become a God of War, surpassing every previous military or political leader in the world to establish an empire that would stand for a millennium. Seeing that this prophecy would be a powerful political and religious tool for his campaign, Napoleon Bonaparte sent his brother, Joseph, King of Naples to find it. Joseph’s expedition was unsuccessful, which eventually lead to the closure or destruction of almost every monastery in Calabria. Tommaso Campanella prophecies predicted the events from the year 1600 up to 2400 based on his own astrological observation. Even today’s political and religious powers interpret his prophecies for their own interests and propaganda. In order to obtain the original manuscripts of the Campanella’s works they will use any kinds of means.
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By Alfred Lenarciak
During the reconstruction of the Ferri family Palazzo Baronale in Santa Caterina dello Ionio, Alfredo and his team found the memoirs of Gregorio Ferri from 1800’s. The notebook detailed Jean Durand viscount de Villers’ commission by Napoleon III to find Tommaso Campanella’s Eagle Prophecy written in 1598 in the Dominican Convent of Santa Caterina. Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639), a world acclaimed philosopher and writer from Stilo, Calabria. He wrote the renown City of the Sun. Prophecies for Pope Urban VIII and French King Louis XIV. The prophecies were fulfilled and Louis XIV was the longest reigning monarch in human history. The Eagle Prophecy was alleged to predict the birth of an Eagle Prince on a Mediterranean Island, who would become a God of War, surpassing every previous military or political leader in the world to establish an empire that would stand for a millennium. Seeing that this prophecy would be a powerful political and religious tool for his campaign, Napoleon Bonaparte sent his brother, Joseph, King of Naples to find it. Joseph’s expedition was unsuccessful, which eventually lead to the closure or destruction of almost every monastery in Calabria. Tommaso Campanella prophecies predicted the events from the year 1600 up to 2400 based on his own astrological observation. Even today’s political and religious powers interpret his prophecies for their own interests and propaganda. In order to obtain the original manuscripts of the Campanella’s works they will use any kinds of means.
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By Alfred Lenarciak
During the reconstruction of the Ferri family Palazzo Baronale in Santa Caterina dello Ionio, Alfredo and his team found the memoirs of Gregorio Ferri from 1800’s. The notebook detailed Jean Durand viscount de Villers’ commission by Napoleon III to find Tommaso Campanella’s Eagle Prophecy written in 1598 in the Dominican Convent of Santa Caterina. Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639), a world acclaimed philosopher and writer from Stilo, Calabria. He wrote the renown City of the Sun. Prophecies for Pope Urban VIII and French King Louis XIV. The prophecies were fulfilled and Louis XIV was the longest reigning monarch in human history. The Eagle Prophecy was alleged to predict the birth of an Eagle Prince on a Mediterranean Island, who would become a God of War, surpassing every previous military or political leader in the world to establish an empire that would stand for a millennium. Seeing that this prophecy would be a powerful political and religious tool for his campaign, Napoleon Bonaparte sent his brother, Joseph, King of Naples to find it. Joseph’s expedition was unsuccessful, which eventually lead to the closure or destruction of almost every monastery in Calabria. Tommaso Campanella prophecies predicted the events from the year 1600 up to 2400 based on his own astrological observation. Even today’s political and religious powers interpret his prophecies for their own interests and propaganda. In order to obtain the original manuscripts of the Campanella’s works they will use any kinds of means.
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