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Featured Book - Strong Light of Day by Jon Land

stronglightofday.jpgAfghanistan, 2002: During a mountain raid, a team of Navy SEALS discovers plans for a new and ingenious attack on the United States.

The Present: Fifth generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong is summoned when thirty high school students from a Houston
prep school vanish during a field trip, including the son of her lover, Cort Wesley Masters. As if that wasn't enough, Caitlin also has to deal with a crazed rancher whose entire herd of
cattle has been picked clean to the bone.

The link between these two inexplicable events dates back to the contents of that Afghan cave uncovered by the SEALS and linked to a devastating attack nearly launched by the Soviet Union in the 1980s. Now the remnants of that Cold War plot have resurfaced as a means for Russian extremists to a win a war they never stopped fighting, achieving the worldwide dominance they've long sought at America's expense. The means to achieve those ends involves Texas billionaire oilman Calum Dane and his multinational conglomerate currently embroiled in controversy over a genetically engineered pesticide that has the potential to eradicate hunger across the world. What Dane doesn't know, and what Caitlin Strong is about to learn, is that pesticide has spawned a new and deadly enemy capable of wreaking havoc on the US economy while destroying the very fabric of American life, true to the Russians' original plan.

Caitlin's race to save the country weaves through the present and the past, confronting her and Cort Wesley with the most powerful and dangerous foes they've ever faced, both human and otherwise. The Cold War hasn't just heated up; it's boiling over under the spill of a strong light only Caitlin can extinguish before it's too late.

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Featured Book - The Adventure in Divinity (The Divine Guardians Volume 1) by Francisco Guerra III


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A young boy's sense of reality comes into question as
he wanders into a new world. This new world plans to threaten everything he ever knew, while testing his character and morality in the different realms of this new world. Only upon his journey through the different realms will he know his true meaning.





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Featured Book - Oldenglen (Volume I) by Robin Mason and Michael Mason


oldenglen.jpgIn a rarely explored corner of the Pacific Northwest stands a forested sliver of land steeped in magic that only some can
see.

Oldenglen, the first in a new fantasy series for middle-grade readers, introduces Jax, a twelve-year-old city boy from England, forced to move with his parents to a remote part of Oregon. Initially bitter about leaving his life behind, he begins to feel a strange draw to the woods, which only intensifies when he meets Sarah, the granddaughter of the nearest neighbors. Together they begin to unravel the secrets of the glen.

But when invaders threaten the wildwood and its inhabitants, Jax and Sarah - and a most unusual army - must prepare for war.

Great peril has come to Oldenglen, but who and what must Jax and Sarah confront in the battle to save it?


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Featured Book - Why Marx Was Wrong by Lawrence Eubank

whymarxwaswrongmed.jpgThe subject of this book is the "negative assault on democratic capitalism" embodied in "Das Kapital," Marx's great work devoted to delineating the crimes and injustices of capitalist societies and market economies.

The book is a systematic, step-by-step analysis of Marx's logic. It challenges the arguments and deductions by which he reaches his main conclusion:  that capitalism is corrupt in its essential nature, and that capitalists gain wealth not by any legitimate
means, but by appropriating unpaid labor or "surplus value" from the working masses. Despite  the disappearance of the Soviet bloc and the waning
of Communist zealotry, that is still a widely-believed doctrine.

Marx's accusation against capitalism, and the course of arguments by which he arrives at it, together form the subject of this book.

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Book Giveaways for November


stronglightofdaysm.jpgFive random winners will be chosen to receive an autographed copy of Strong Light of Day by Jon Land.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 

 

 


crimsonshore.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Crimson Shore by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 

 

 


depravedheart.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Depraved Heart by Patricia Cornwell. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 

 

 

 

Book Giveaway Winners for  October

Winner of The Guilty

TBD


Winner of Golden Lion

Susan Alles - NM





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Oldenglen (Volume I) by Robin Mason and Michael Mason
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Strong Light of Day by Jon Land
The Adventure in Divinity (The Divine Guardians Volume I by Francisco Guerra III)
The Book of Nonsense by David Michael Slater
Why Marx Was Wrong by Lawrence Eubank




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