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Which side will you be on? The side of the Syndos, genetically-altered humans, or the side of the Naturals.
Captain Jennifer Hero is leading a task force from the thirtieth century on a one-way trip to the Diversion Point. Their goal is to plant a virus that will disrupt the genetic tendency toward sociopathy among the Syndos. After an intense attack on their remote South Pacific island base, Jennifer sends her colleagues back 300 years. But she does not go with them, opting instead to travel alone back to 2015 to grieve the loss of the love of her life, the time machine’s inventor, and to find herself.
Who are you? What underlying beliefs create the nature of the reality you inhabit?
Martha Mathewson, a professor of psychology, was sure she knew who she was and what she believed in. For years she belittled her soon to be ex-husband, a revered astrophysicist, over his passion for the quantum universe, and little green men and the star civilizations they come from.
But when Don Mathewson suddenly dies, when she finds out he was murdered, his files have been targeted, and she’s in danger, life as she’s known it becomes upended.
The Long, Lost Exit Home
The debut novel from Chris Roberts, The Long, Lost Exit Home, is a new addition to the great horror sci-fi traditions of Stephen King and Dean Koontz.The reader encounters pulse-pounding unspeakable horror in this terrifying dark fantasy thriller with a twist ending of delicious surprise!
When people begin to disappear in a California coastal town, where a series of gruesome murders and the most unimaginable events take place, a visiting nineteen-year-old heroin addict, Laura Masterson, becomes embroiled in a dark conspiracy of parasitic aliens and biological monstrosities.
After a terrifying bank robbery brings her face to face with a masked gunman, Ellie Westfall hopes she and her son are safe. But Ellie soon learns there are worse things to fear, like dead bodies, or maybe becoming one.
And as shadows close in and a bigger danger threatens, she has to trust FBI Agent Gil Trent to keep her safe from the monster bent on making her his own. But Gil Trent is hiding something. Can Ellie put her life in Gil’s hands? Or will his secrets get them both killed?
Travels and Adventures Through 15 countries is a compilation of years of travels in the European Continent. If these questions cross your mind:
What happened on the road?
Where to go in Europe?
How to plan your vacation or Business trip?
Why choose one European country over another?
What is the best spot you must visit?
Then this book is for you. Get free complementary videos, photographs and bonus book included.
When Darkness Comes
Paris: 1942 Three lives intertwined in Nazi-occupied Paris: Paul, a brooding banker whose family was killed by the Gestapo, Rachel, a teenage Jew who leads her family’s escape from the Germans, Claire, a demure bookstore owner who finds courage and conviction – all confronted by an infamous Nazi collaborator.
In the sprawling network of catacombs underneath the Left Bank of Paris, they hide thousands of Jewish refugees, giving them new identities and leading them to safety. Together they move forward, outsmarting a ruthless enemy, overcoming obstacles, defying danger, moving farther and faster, almost invincible-until an innocent bystander notices something amiss and their entire world collapses around them.
The Warramunga’s War
The Warramunga’s War is a sweeping narrative of the friendship that forms between a young Australian army officer, Jamie Munro, and an educated half-caste Warramunga aboriginal NCO, Jack ‘Jacko’ O’Brien, during the Syrian campaign against the Vichy French in World War II.
Jacko rescues a wounded Jamie after which they are conscripted in Cairo by MI6. Here, Jamie and Jacko learn about the seamy side of war in counterespionage as they track down German spies. The principal fictional characters interact with actual historical figures and events throughout the story.
Sedahlia explores the human cords that bind and the racial lines that divide two families, the Masters and the Lindseys. When Johnny Masters and Rachel Lindsey dare to blur those lines, personal needs and mores collide, rumbling through the families and the post-Civil War communities in which they live.
Sedahlia is a riveting ride, challenging readers to examine race relations, both then and now.
And Then I Met Margaret
From humble beginnings, Rob White went on to become very successful in the real estate and restaurant business. At the same time that he began enjoying material wealth, he experienced a deepening feeling of inner emptiness. So he sought out world-class gurus to help him understand better how to live a full, rich life.
However, he eventually discovered that the most helpful gurus aren’t necessarily bestselling self-help authors, world-famous keynote speakers, or famous workshop leaders — they’re unassuming gurus that everyone encounters on their journey through life. These “everyday” teachers awakened Rob to powerful insights and life lessons that are superb starting points for a new life.
The future queen awakens…
Newly single mother Stevie Lewis divides her time between raising Charlie, running a store with her best friend, and avoiding the meetings of her mother’s Beaufort Historic Society. Although her life has its challenges, it’s altogether average. Just the way she likes it.
When Vanessa, a ruthless dark witch, launches an attack against young Charlie, Stevie’s simple life derails, and her long-dormant powers awaken. A 300-year-old secret is exposed, revealing her destiny to one day rule the clandestine community of witches who hide in plain sight.
When Eddie Caruthers comes to the aid of a friend being harassed on the street, his good deed backfires. Friends, family, and church all condemn his actions. Even worse, the man he confronted is bent on revenge, and innocent people become collateral damage in an undeclared war.
With a shrinking list of allies and a growing roster of enemies, Eddie must outwit his foes and rescue the unexpected victims he finds during his quest for justice. Woven throughout the story is a thoughtful exploration of the morality of violence, the workings of temptation, and the sometimes-surprising road to redemption.
Death by the Jaguar
A Vietnam veteran, wounded and returning home, was not looking forward to spending the rest of his life tied to some wheel chair. He had planned to make this homecoming the beginning of a new life with the woman he was to marry. A barrage of mortar shells had changed all that, now nothing would ever be right again! He wasn’t going to ask Nickie to be his future wife, knowing what would be involved and the sacrifices she would have to make.
A quick guide to practical advice for daily situations in caregiving.
With over ten years’ experience in the field, the author walks you through every step of caregiving, including things you may never have imagined might happen.
This book helps you successfully navigate the troubled waters of caring for someone with dementia.
ACTIONABLE ADVICE you can use right away.
Meeting the challenges of caregiving for a loved one with dementia can go one of two ways. It can keep you busy and burdened; OR – you can enjoy every moment (well … MOST moments) and make memories with your loved one you will always cherish.
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