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Genre(s): Science Fiction & Fantasy | Teen & Young Adult
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The 2nd installment, Everville: The City of Worms, now also on Kindle! Only 99 cents for a LIMITED TIME. Owen Sage is the emblematic college freshman at Easton Falls University. With all the worries about his first year in college, he was not prepared for what would happen next. His way of life was flipped upside down when he mysteriously crossed into another dimension, into the beautiful land of Everville. His excitement was abruptly halted when he discovered that there was a darkness forged against both the natural world, which he knew well, and the new land which he discovered, Everville. He must devise a plan to save both worlds while joining forces with the race of Fron and The Keepers, whom both harbor hidden secrets he must learn in order to gain power over the evil that dwells in The Other In Between.With a race against time to save both worlds, his short time at Easton Falls did not quite prepare him for the evil, dark forces he must fight in order to conquer The Other In Between.˃˃˃ Critics are raving about Roy Huff’s Everville series. “5 Stars!” “Creative and Original”“Mr. Huff’s true talent lies in his creativity…He has created not so much a magic system as a new way a viewing the operations of the universe.”"Everville by Roy Huff is a powerhouse read!”"A world of imagination with original work. Loved every minute of it from beginning to end. A must have for any fantasy reader from young to old.”˃˃˃ “Potentially one of the greatest YA sagas of recent decades.”
Genre(s): Action & Adventure | Medical
In the light of Boston and Oklahoma City, homegrown terrorism is no longer surprising.
Deadly Passage is a multi-layered, high seas, adventure-thriller novel of bioterrorism in a post 9/11 world.
The novel operates on several levels not commonly encountered in a high-octane thriller, including insights into the terrorists, their backgrounds, rationale, and subtle conflicts within the communities from which they have been drawn that ultimately condition their decisions and actions. The responses of US governmental agencies mirror these diverse perspectives.
Andy Reiss, a physician, Jesse his registered-nurse wife, and Rachel, their barely teenage daughter, head home on their sailboat, Prophecy, after five years at sea touring the world. They thought they’d dealt with every imaginable experience at sea. When Prophecy comes upon a sailboat adrift, they discover two young Americans, a brother and his sister. After bringing them aboard, both break out with a rash that Andy identifies as a deadly virus.
Soon it becomes clear that they’ve inadvertently rescued two homegrown terrorists intent on bringing a deadly virus to the Miami area.
Soon the disease is full-blown, sealing the fates of the terrorists and all those they encounter.
Andy, Jesse, and Rachel must deal with the unwanted guests, their disease, the Cuban Navy, an approaching hurricane, and the U.S. Coast Guard turning them away from safety, operating under the influence of conflicting political and operational motivations in the Department of Homeland Security, the Coast Guard, and the oval office. The shocking and unexpected denouements leave us twisting in uncertain winds reminiscent of On the Beach.
Genre(s): History | Biographical
Eighteen years have passed since Seti commanded the Royal Army in THE CITY OF REFUGE. Now he rules Egypt as King.
While Seti is far away to the south, his eldest son is ambushed and killed through a senseless mistake. His family sends word, but it is not delivered. Seti returns to learn that his son is sealed away in a tomb. With grief weighing heavy upon his heart and yet constantly under his subjects’ gaze, Seti cannot bear his grief.
He seeks anonymity and healing in a small village only to learn that marauders from the western deserts have been attacking the town, which is helpless to resist them. During that short summer, the greatest warrior king of that dynasty teaches them the art of battle, and in doing regains peace, finds love again, and learns that a King is still a man.
MOURNINGTIDE is a story of loss, renewal and love set against the background of the Valley of the Kings.
Genre(s): Contemporary Fiction | History
Bud and Sarah never expected to fall deeply in love for a second time. They did not foresee murder and mayhem in their once-pastoral Cherry Creek Springs. They could not anticipate that the secrets they unearth would rewrite Nevada history.
Twenty-five years after parting ways, their improbable reunion quickly evolves into an intense reborn romance in northern Nevada’s sprawling outback where modern gold mining foments death, danger, and deceit in the place of innocence they once called home.
In this provocative and absorbing novel, Chris F. Fotheringham meshes fact and fiction to create a sweeping canvas revealing the rural West’s unraveling social fabric.
Bud Foster, the sure-footed reporter, chronicles a looming showdown between the Feds and restless Sagebrush Rebels. Sarah Stetson, a renowned lawyer, is hell-bent on saving her sister’s farm from a Colorado mining company. Together again, they begin lifting rocks, delving into the deepest dark to expose corporate ineptitude and government malfeasance. Their separate missions merge, challenging the efficacy of the 1872 Mining Law amid a roiling uprising against the heavy hand of government intrusion into the people’s right to home rule.
As the saga unfolds, Sarah discovers a long-held Stetson family secret, as Bud dogs a series of brutal murders. When journalist Cassady Randolph arrives in town, her exuberant and beguiling presence threatens to derail the investigations, as well as Bud and Sarah’s rekindled love.
This insightful novel illuminates the societal shifts today’s gold mining is creating in America’s rural West, including the infusion of an insidious corporate culture and the clear and present danger open pit mining poses to the environment. Steeped in historical fact, “Let Us Be!” boldly cuts to the bone by confronting the question: Is today’s gold worth tomorrow’s water?
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | True Accounts
Ever wondered what leads someone to hold another human captive? Why would they do it? What urges drive a person to take another as a possession? What is the motivation to enact one of the most heinous crimes imaginable? Who commits these crimes?
Every so often we are presented with another shocking case, all by their very nature are incredibly complex. Without following these cases closely it is easy to get lost in the speculation, confused within the detail, or left wondering as loose ends are never tied off as the media moves onto the next story.
Some cases are well known, like that of Elisabeth Fritzl, Jaycee Dugard, and Natascha Kampusch. Josef Fritzl held his daughter in a basement dungeon for 24 years, creating an incestuous family, living two lives. But, there are many other cases that almost evade the public eye. While Elisabeth’s story is traumatic, she is far from alone. David Bisson spent his childhood locked in a cupboard, while his mother denied his existence. Under the ice covered grounds of Russia, a copycat kidnapper aimed to recreate another man’s vision of an underground city of slaves. James Jamelske got away with holding five women captive over 15 years, before anyone would believe their stories.
Captive Humans explores true crime cases of people held captive, examining the stories in a chronological order. These cases present the facts; you can draw your own conclusions.
Come into the dark, hard places and explore the secretive world of Captive Humans.
Further information at www.captivehumans.com
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