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Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Thrillers
A Haven Mystery
In 1922 the federal government built the largest facility for handicapped children in the country, hidden in the Shenandoah mountains of Virginia. It was closed forever in 1960 amid horrifying stories of deplorable conditions, overcrowding, illegal testing and sexual abuse of the young inmates.
Sixty-one years later, the academy is now a community college, all trace of its evil past swept away. Or is it? For under the campus of renovated buildings, escapees from the academy and their descendants still live in an elaborate series of tunnels and caves, hiding their differences and fear of the upper world.
Haven, as the residents call their underground home, is a happy, thriving community until they learn their source of power is about to be cut off. A resourceful young woman named Awen sets out to find an alternative source of energy. But someone in Haven is murdering people and sabotaging her efforts.
Aided by a professor from the college, Awen is in a race to expose the killer and hunt for a source of energy that will save Haven. Unfortunately, the murderer now has their sights on Awen as the next victim, and time is running out for the world below.
Genre(s): Religion & Spirituality | Self-Help
Important: Do not buy this book if you are totally satisfied with your life!
If what you have been doing has not given you the desired results, it is time to Stop, Reflect, and Act!
Why? Rather than sticking to what doesn’t work, exploring your own Inner Self will not only give you enormous insight into who you are, it will also lead you further on the path of discovering who you are meant to be.
And that is what David Alan Parton did for himself, as he will show you, in his latest book Conversation With Self: A Fool’s Journey, an inner exploration of spirit and subconscious motivation.
Conversation With Self: A Fool’s Journey is a whimsical, yet heartfelt account of the author’s self-exploration of spirit.
“This book gives the reader an unique over-the-shoulder view of a spiritual awakening that triggered enormous personal growth. It stands apart from other accounts of spiritual journeys or self-improvement books”
If the time has come for you to focus in on the meaning and purpose in your life, allow David Alan Parton to lead you to your next level, by showing you how he got there, revealing all the angst, joy, and puzzlement of his own journey towards finding a sense of purpose in life.
This book is written with sincerity in the poignant style of self-talk, that we’ve all had with ourselves at one time or another. But when this inner dialogue is taken to heart, it becomes an eye-opener for people like you and me, who need that little bit of extra guidance in finding our own special meaning and true passions in life.
If you have:
- Stumbled once or twice on your Spiritual journey, or
- Felt you were meant for Greater things, or
- Wondered if you can receive Spiritual Guidance
- Are you still waiting for the “Abundance” to show up in your life, or
- You’re just plain Mystified by the fickleness of the Law of Attraction…
Then this is the summer reading you’ve been looking for!
Stop doing the same thing over and over, take a breather from the Law of Attraction, and spend some quality time reading Conversation With Self: A Fool’s Journey. But only if you are really willing to get a step ahead of where you are now! A Must read! Buy this book today!
Genre(s): Action & Adventure | Contemporary Fiction
Arkady Renko returns for his most enigmatic and baffling case:
the death of one of Russia’s new billionaires, which leads him to the Zone of Exclusion — Chernobyl, and the surrounding areas closed to the world since the nuclear disaster of 1986.
In his groundbreaking Gorky Park, Martin Cruz Smith created one of the iconic detectives of contemporary fiction, Arkady Renko. Cynical, quietly subversive, brilliantly analytical and haunted by melancholy, Renko has survived, barely, the journey from the Soviet Union to the New Russia, only to find his transformed nation just as obsessed with secrecy, corruption and brutality as was the old Communist dictatorship.
In Wolves Eat Dogs, Renko enters the privileged world of Russia’s new billionaire class. The grandest of them all, a self-made powerhouse named Pasha Ivanov, has apparently leapt to his death from the palatial splendor of his posh, ultra-modern Moscow condominium. While there are no signs pointing to homicide, there is one troubling and puzzling bit of evidence: in Ivanov’s bedroom closet, there’s a mountain of salt.
Ivanov’s demise ultimately leads Renko to Chernobyl and its environs. (No one knows how many deaths resulted from the explosion in Reactor Number 4. The official government figure is just 41, though many experts estimate that the toll was really a half million or more.) It is a ghostly world, still aglow with radioactivity, now inhabited only by the militia, shady scavengers, a few reckless scientists, and some elderly Ukrainian peasants who would rather ignore the Geiger counters than relocate. Renko’s journey to this netherworld, the crimes he uncovers there and the secrets they reveal about the New Russia, make for a tense, unforgettable page-turning adventure.
Each of Martin Cruz Smith’s novels is a ticket to an unknown world. Wolves Eat Dogs is Smith’s most harrowing trip yet.
Genre(s): Teen & Young Adult
Lucky Linderman didn’t ask for his life. He didn’t ask his grandfather not to come home from the Vietnam War. He didn’t ask for a father who never got over it. He didn’t ask for a mother who keeps pretending their dysfunctional family is fine. And he didn’t ask to be the target of Nader McMillan’s relentless bullying, which has finally gone too far.
But Lucky has a secret–one that helps him wade through the mundane torture of his life. In his dreams, Lucky escapes to the war-ridden jungles of Laos–the prison his grandfather couldn’t escape–where Lucky can be a real man, an adventurer, and a hero. It’s dangerous and wild, and it’s a place where his life just might be worth living. But how long can Lucky keep hiding in his dreams before reality forces its way inside?
Michael L. Printz Honor recipient A.S. King’s smart, funny and boldly original writing shines in this powerful novel about learning to cope with the shrapnel life throws at you–and taking a stand against it.
Genre(s): Historical Fiction | Genre Fiction
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–Nancy E. Turner, author of These is My Words
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