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Featured Book - Strong Rain Falling by
Vengeance ranks as the best and most exciting piece of the series so far,
with great characters and a complex multi-dimensional plot. This makes it
official: Caitlin Strong is the world’s number one tough gal. Other
heroines may now compete for the silver or bronze.”--The San Jose
Mexico, 1919: The birth of the Mexican drug trade
begins with opium being smuggled across the U.S. border, igniting an
all-out battle with American law enforcement in general and the Texas
Rangers in particular.
The Present: Fifth Generation Texas
Ranger Caitlin Strong and her lover, former outlaw Cort Wesley Masters,
both survive terrifying gun battles. But this time, it turns out, the
actual targets were not them, but Masters’ teenage sons.
That sets Caitlin and Cort Wesley off on a trail winding through the past
and present with nothing less than the future of the United States hanging
in the balance. Along the way they will confront terrible truths dating
all the way back to the Mexican Revolution and the dogged battle
Caitlin’s own grandfather and great-grandfather fought against the
first generation of Mexican drug dealers.
At the heart of the
storm soon to sweep away America as we know it, lies a mastermind whose
abundant power is equaled only by her thirst for vengeance. Ana Callas
Guajardo, the last surviving member of the family that founded the Mexican
drug trade, has dedicated all of her vast resources to a plot aimed at the
U.S.’s technological heart.
This time out, sabotage proves
to be as deadly a weapon as bombs in a battle Caitlin must win in
cyberspace as well. Her lone chance to prevail is to short-circuit a
complex plan based as much on microchips as bullets. Because there’s
a strong rain coming and only Caitlin and Cort Wesley can stop the fall
before it’s too late.
Featured Book - The Silver Sphere by
never imagined killing someone. That's about to change. While hiding from
her troubled father in the local library, Shelby stares at a flashing
instant message on her computer: YOU ARE NEEDED. She discovers a portal
that opens and teleports her to the planet Azimuth, where soldiers await.
Here, she is not a child but a warrior, Kin to one of the six Aulic
Assembly members imprisoned by Malefic Cacoethes, the daunting leader of
the Nightlanders. Malefic, the evil spawn of the demon Biskara, razes towns
and cities in his quest to rule Azimuth, and yearns to turn his forces
against Earth. Yet every time Biskara gets close to achieving his
malevolent goals, the Assembly uses the Silver Sphere, a sophisticated
armillary device, to thwart him. With the Assembly deposed, Biskara
directing Malefic's conquests, and the Silver Sphere out of reach, Shelby
is thrust into an unforgettable quest with her fellow Kin. She must learn
to kill and lead an army into battle, or Azimuth?and Earth?will fall.
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Featured Book - The Ultimate Reality by
its true essence is never attained by seeking; it is not what you might
buy off the shelf or find by listening to discourses on enlightenment or
liberation. Spiritualism, unlike religion, is achieved purely through
one’s way of living; it’s an ongoing process in which the mind
is set aside.
I am neither a spiritual teacher nor highly
spiritual; I am a seeker of fulfillment in life. My efforts in writing on
this subject have led me to believe that spiritualism, like life, flows
on. The more you know and comprehend, the more intriguing it becomes.
Having previously published books on self-knowledge and self-awareness,
this third book delves into self-realization, completing the spiritual
story. This book provides methods on how to reach totality and oneness in
spiritual living without seeking any super spiritual enlightenment.
This book and my previous two books explore the story of life in
all its contemporary and scientific aspects, in respect to self-knowledge,
consciousness and oneness, while supporting ancient philosophies and
thereby answering practically any question one might have about existence.
Life and death revolve in cycles, and dualities of pain and
pleasure, rich and poor, happiness and sorrow, will continue as parts of
our existence. An in-depth understanding of complex terms like awakening,
liberation or enlightenment in the context of spiritualism are all covered
in this book, not for the sake of seeking or desiring such philosophical
terms alone, but to inculcate a state of knowing, experiencing and living
with awareness for the rest of our lives.
The complex topic of
life and its realities—dealing with science, spiritualism, religion
and man—needs a fresh overview in terms of practical methods, where
you become more human than divine without having to renounce anything. The
emphasis here is more on strengthening your individuality rather than
coming under the guidance of a priest or guru. The purpose of this book is
to make you aware of material realization through self-knowledge,
self-realization through awareness and experiential realization through
living in unity and oneness.
The spiritual methods you will
read about in this book are more connected to fulfillment and peace and
joy in life rather than how to realize enlightenment as achieved by the
very few, like Buddha or Jesus. Whether my thoughts turn you into a
believer or not, I offer them to you on a simple platter…partake as
Featured Book - Saving Faith by Patrick
Faith, the narrator, 20 year-old Jack Fenian, works as a repossessor
for a car dealership. One night, Jack walks into a bar looking for Ev
Sorin, the man whose car Jack has mistakenly towed to the impound lot.
Expecting violent anger, he is surprised when Ev reacts with indifference;
but as Jack soon discovers, Ev - a disgraced journalist - has bigger
problems on his mind.
The next day, in the same courthouse to
which Jack and Ev have gone to obtain a release for Ev's car, a nurse and
young woman sit in a crowded courtroom opposite a row of lawyers, asking
the judge for an order that will keep alive a comatose patient whose
identity is unknown. During the hearing, Ev wanders into the courtroom,
and later seeks out the nurse. It has been years since he has done a real
story, and Ev feels a sudden urge to become a journalist again. It is an
urge that will connect Jack with Clare, the troubled young woman
accompanying the nurse and who appears to have an almost fanatical
attachment to Faith. Intrigued with Jack's role as a repossessor, Clare
sees him as a kind of modern moral prophet.
Because of a
mistaken diagnosis as an infant, Jack was never adopted. "...In my mind,
the worst part about being an orphan was lining up for inspection on those
days when prospective parents came to visit. From behind the cloudy
plastic of my oxygen tent, I could see the curtain of gloom drop over the
faces of my fellow orphans as they were passed over. But I was lucky. I
never felt any disappointment. I knew, from the very beginning, that no
one would want an oxygen tent in their home..." But now, tagging along
with Ev, talking to this dark-haired girl with fingernails that had been
bitten down, Jack suddenly feels like being adopted -- into what he had
always considered the outside world.
Maybe Clare also needs to
be adopted. Or just saved. Underneath her brusk, steely exterior, she has
a desperate yearning. She is the one pushing to save the comatose patient.
Maybe she feels as if their two lives are intertwined; because when she
awoke in the hospital after her suicide attempt, the first sight she saw
was the patient.
The 304-page novel follows these four
characters, and their various motivations, as they come together to try to
save the patient. Although the characters initially focus on investigating
Faith's real identity, they eventually come to use Faith as a catalyst for
changing their own lives. But not until a seemingly random shooting occurs
in the city do the characters begin to discover the mysteries of the
patient and of each other.
Saving Faith is my eighth
novel. My previous novels have been widely reviewed and have won 14
different literary awards, including the Jack Eadon Award for Best Novel,
the Eric Hoffer Book Award, an International Book Award, an Editor's Choice
Award, a Next Generation Book Award, the National Best Books Award, an NIEA
book award, and the Beverly Hills Book Award. In addition to my novels, my
short fiction has appeared in various literary journals, and I have written
for several newspapers, including the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the
the Lead by David Rosenfelt
Diamonds by John F Dobbyn
Tomorrow by Lee Child
with the Win by Mary Daheim
Faith by Patrick M. Garry
Deception by Andrew Kaplan
Rain Falling by Jon Land
by Robert Crais
English Girl by Daniel Silva
Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva
Female Veteran by Ty Will
Hitman's Guide to Housecleaning by Hallgrimur Helgason
Plague Within by Lawrence W. Gold, M.D.
Silver Sphere by Michael Dadich
Ultimate Reality by Gian Kumar
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