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Bones: A Sister’s Revenge
by Larry Allen Lindsey
Hattie Sexton, at well over a hundred years old, is a mountain legend and mistress of the black arts. In her final days, she sends for reporter James March, intending to clear her conscience and tell her multifaceted story of growing up among the Melungeons of Appalachia—with a giant as a brother. March finds himself mesmerized by a unique tale of retribution, replete with hill mannerisms and quirks and characters both fearsome and wonderful. In the end, Hattie Sexton turns out to be living (and dying) proof that “turnabout is fair play” and “revenge is best served cold.” In her case, stone-cold dead.
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We Will Count Stars: Following Abraham
by Linda Santavicca
Although we may be in our later years, did we live our best ones? Our former years may have been the best season of our lives or a timespan of broken dreams. Regardless, our past does not influence what is yet to come. God’s unforeseen promises are accessible to all who follow Him as did Abraham. When God called Abraham out of an ordinary life to fulfill an extraordinary role as Father of Many Nations, he was seventy-five years of age. We Will Count Stars: Following Abraham, underscores eight individuals who share their heartfelt stories on how God took their rendered pasts and used them for something unforeseen. We Will Count Stars: Following Abraham will infuse a renewed hope for those who follow like Abraham.
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Wages of Empire
by Michael J. Cooper
In the summer of 1914, sixteen-year-old Evan Sinclair yearns to escape the constraints of living with his father and leaves home to join the Great War for Civilization—a single decision that will change the course of his life. Little does he know that, despite the war raging in Europe, the true source of conflict will surface in the Middle East, since it's from Jerusalem where the German Kaiser dreams to rule as Holy Roman Emperor from a throne on the Temple Mount with dominion over Arabian oil reserves, and with an eye to promote German-Nordic racial supremacy throughout the world. Filled with real people from the pages of history such as Gertrude Bell, TE Lawrence, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Winston Churchill, Faisal bin Hussein, Chaim Weizmann as well as fictional characters, Wages of Empire follows Evan as he embarks on a journey that will bring him into the killing fields of the Western Front where he will help turn the tide of a war that is just beginning, and become part of a story that never ends. With amazing insights into the Kaiser’s hidden war and unexpected twists and turns, Wages of Empire is an exciting and fascinating read, which holds up a mirror reflecting current conflicts that impact our lives and the lives of people around the world.
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Green Light Go
by Col. David B. Rowland
Green Light Go parallels the story of a struggling startup through its ups and downs as a small group of U.S. Army NCOs and officers battle through an otherwise inflexible bureaucracy and then find themselves in such places as the remote steppes of Mongolia, the humid jungles of Indonesia, and the tropical beaches of the Maldives. National security practitioners, leadership development professionals, and contemporary historians will find Green Light Go insightful into the inner workings of a nascent Army organization as unit members navigate their way through a myriad of complex obstacles. Never before has such an unlikely group been able to accomplish so much in a short timeframe while capturing the essence of entrepreneurship.60%832
Motive for Murder
by Ray Collins
In Motive for Murder, rookie detective Hana Brown’s traumatic past puts her front and center of the Fairfax County Police Department’s media push—and gets her assigned to the gruesome murder of an Asian woman. At first the death is considered a routine gang killing. By the time the FCPD realized the victim is the first in a series of Chinese American women being murdered by someone who signs their notes “Jack the Ripper,” it’s too late to replace Hana. An FBI agent chosen as her deputy—despite his protests—endorses the belief that the culprit is a serial killer. But everything changes when Hana finds herself attracted to an intrepid news reporter who has advanced a competing theory: that political intrigue is the true motive behind the murders.42%114
by Brian Penn
It’s 2099, and the former United States now has the technology to grant its citizens a second life. But many use this as an excuse to become reckless and negligent. The corrupt government of Zion consequently seals the first-lifers inside MiddleLand and abruptly ends second-life protocol. But Zion is still granting second lives to the rich and powerful, killing MiddleLanders to do so. Asher never wanted to join the Defiance. But when his fiancée Sarai is killed and taken to the other side of the Wall to be resurrected, he has no choice. He agrees to enter Zion to take part in the annual Canonization—a contest where the victor will not only lead Zion’s third army but also be given the hand of an eminent daughter of Zion: Sarai. Reunited with his one true love, will Asher still fight for the Defiance’s cause and help America win its second civil war? Or will he become one of them, a Lazurite, living like an immortal at the expense of the innocent?65%196
Queen of Heaven
by Jose Mercado Ventura
Michael Acosta is no stranger to heartache and misery; in fact, he resides there. Widowed and self-loathing, he has trudged through life since his wife’s death, looking for a way to cope with the pain. In 2092, anyone wanting to start a new life is not limited to Earth; now all of space lies within grasp. Will something drastic bring him happiness? If Michael could hold back his indecisiveness long enough to board a flight to Mars, he might put to rest the racing thoughts. In the meantime, he stares into the heavens, watches rockets take off, and wonders what lies in store for him beyond his fears.55%149
by Alfredo Botello
Hip young Bay Area couple Tomas Araeta and Naomi Curran are nearing their tenth year of marriage and on the cusp of adopting a child when Tomas, an aspiring star architect, has a one-afternoon stand with a client. Discovering the infidelity, Naomi files for divorce. But at the courthouse they learn that California mandates a six-month waiting period before any divorce can be finalized. So the clock is ticking: Tomas has 180 days to win Naomi back. This fraught, painful, and at times humorous and absurd undertaking will bring them in contact with a reclusive punk rock star, aloof parents, coworkers they thought they knew, forgotten friends, and themselves. On day 180, Naomi and Tomas will grapple with the question facing every couple in a serious, wonderful, flawed relationship: whether they see a future together or not.72%176
Suicide Jockeys: The Making of the WWII Combat Glider Pilot
by Monique Taylor
On May 10, 1940, the Germans neutralized one of the most heavily fortified fortresses in Europe with a new weapon: the combat glider—an aerial vehicle capable of carrying men and equipment in close proximity to each other and crash landing behind enemy lines. The Army Air Corps soon established its own glider pilot program, but the glider pilots were not considered power pilots nor infantry. The end result was a group of young men looking for adventure—belonging seemingly to no command other than on paper—that through the course of the war went into combat with varying amounts of equipment, training, survival gear, or none at all. Suicide Jockeys: The Making of the WWII Combat Glider Pilot delves into the making of the glider pilot and the logistical, strategic, and tactical use of the plane they flew. In their “flying coffins,” these glider pilots were the independent bastards of the Army Air Corp, demonstrating sheer guts, talent, skill, and luck in their missions, and ultimately helping to turn the tide of the war.52%152
On the Brink
by Michael A. Sisti
At age 11, Dave Powers concludes a profitable, but mistake-ridden venture selling illegal fireworks. It leaves him brimming with confidence and captivated by the promise of entrepreneurship. Over the next few years, a series of tragic events strands him alone in the world, shattering his comfort zone. Now in his late teens, Dave must learn to navigate life’s challenges in basic survival, business, and love relationships. Discovering his newfound creative skills, he enters the advertising world during the Mad Men era, experiencing the excesses of nepotism, alcohol consumption, and the exploitation of women, as he struggles to find his way. Based on true events, On the Brink take you on a dizzying ride from the bustle of Manhattan to the bucolic Adirondack Mountains and back to the frenzied madness of the city. The story travels through the 50s, 60s, and beyond, punctuated by catastrophic challenges and romantic rejection. But can Dave find the maturity to achieve his goals? Or are his scars too deep to overcome?54%136