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In 2057, when the world is starved of oil and the whole globe is in the unrelenting grip of the World Council, NYCPD detective Nick Garvey has his plate murderously full, contending with: the assassination of the Vice President and four Secret Service agents; the vicious power struggle between President Lenora Allison and the Supreme Leader of the World Council, Jason Beck; the off-duty ...

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Anthony is a trust-fund baby who has just finished his education and embarks on a one-year journey to discover himself,and having only his allowance for means, he needs to find work to supplement his income and face life in the real world.

He finds himself in Cody, Wyoming, where he meets a descendant of a Cheyenne medicine man who directs him to Sweet Meadows Ranch to re...

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This is a story of a Vietnam Infantry Soldier who along with his second platoon survived the mountainous jungles of South Vietnam against a determined enemy. My prayers, which always gives me comfort in the most difficult moments of my life,are the Our Father, the Apostle's Creed and Psalm 23, “though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil.”...

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I can assure you 30 Days Of Pure Inspiration will

program the Mind to become a Believer. As your

journey begins so does your faith. Nothing can stop

you when you have the full armor of God....

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We are witnessing the shepherding in of the digital age, one where machines and can do things faster and accurately than people for select tasks, particularly those that don't require ingenuity to innovate something that has never previously existed. It is up to those who run organizations to gain a quick appreciation as to which tasks benefit from the wisdom, empathy, and creativity of ...

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This Journey of a lifetime Varies for each one, the twists, turns, and paths we cross, can change the course we're on. What are your experiences in your journey? Life's lessons and how we perceive the twists and turns of our paths can affect whether or not we embrace or appreciate little or big things or the people who make a difference in our lives. After reading and rereading the autho...

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Surrender can mean many things to many people, even animals.

In this fictional story, a religious fairy-tale satire about a Sasquatch named PoBo, we learn what it can mean on many different levels. On one level, he is displaced from his family at a young age amid a war initiated by humans. But with an unyielding spirit to be reunited with his kin—and with music being his best mo...

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In these pages, you will find the strength for the weak, hope for the hopeless, healing for the abused and a

purpose for living. This book is a faith-based, tested resource to help you achieve the full and happy life we are all meant to live....

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Lukas Yates comes to the aid of the families of Herbert and Brandon Rose crossing the plains of Texas. After Brandon Rose is killed by Indians Lukas rescues Shawnee Rose and her daughter Connie. Trying to locate Herbert and Elsa Rose who have Shawnee's son and wagon, they miss each other on the trail when Herbert and Elsa leave the trail with their sick daughter Abigail. Agreeing to meet...

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This is a story of faith, courage, ministry, and forgiveness.Just before retirement, Pastor Randy Koenig writes a book teaching Christians how to witness to Muslims. A Muslim mullah takes exception to the book and decides that Randy must die. When the mullah and his men eventually Find Randy,Randy forgives his attackers.

He prays for and witnesses to them even as the stones fly. ...

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What exactly is a Christian? Many people will tell you that a Christian is someone who believes in God, does good things to get into heaven, and then forces their faith onto others. Is this true? If God is good, why do bad things happen? If God is loving, why would He send good people to hell? Unfortunately these questions, and others like it, can stump current believing Christians into ...

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T. J. Wray grew up in a small town. He grew up quick and got his first job at only thirteen years old. He knew people depended on him to do his job every day. So for two years he never missed a day. No matter the weather conditions, he always got the job done. He learned responsibility for his actions at a very early age. He was very active in his church and with his youth group. He lear...

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Mazy and her friends enjoy a bug-gobbling, worm-pulling day in the garden, but when it's time to return to the chicken house, Farmer Mac discovers one of the chickens is missing.

Where can she be?

Where's Mazy?...

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This is a story of my mom, her sisters, and their mother during and after World War II in Eastern Germany.

They experienced incredible hardships, violent horrors around them, adversity, starvation, and more. Yet, they suffered and overcame their surroundings with grace and dignity, sometimes witnessing miracles and sacrifices from others on their behalf. Their desire for freedoms ...

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Leo the Duck was created by two brothers, Craig and Roy Godfrey. After spending many years in the aquatic management business in the Southwest, they found that both kids and adults love ducks and especially like to feed them.

With the amazing artwork of Leo Anderson, this book explains in a simple and fun way the perils of feeding ducks human food....

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Anzar, as a teenager, has been sent to the planet Earth in training to help establish peace. His planet is Trevinia. He stays with a family from Trevinia. You and I do not know they are among us. It could be a neighbor. People from this planet have been on Earth for many years. At first, they used spaceships for travel. Now, with the invention of the O:XBar, they are able to go great di...

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The title Jeff Cop is a tribute to the author's father. Billy Fleeman retired from the Jeffersonville Police Department in the 1970s. While the author was growing up, it was common for the author's friends to comment that his father was a Jeff cop. The author never really cared for the term cop but appreciated that it is a term usually used in a respectful way....

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Reflections on the Savior is a collection of inspirational poems to help you draw closer to Jesus Christ.

The messages within each poem are meant to brighten your understanding of The Savior Jesus Christ and of God, our Heavenly Father. Love, peace, joy, and grace are some of the themes woven into the poetry to create the overall feeling of hope that comes because of our Savior's...

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I am sure as a young child, most dream of having a pet they can love. When I was three years old that dream came true for me. My pet was a puppy that grew into a full grown dog and became a wonderful friend as we grew up together.

He was my best friend, and as I begin to recall all the great adventures and fun we had together I was inspired to write this book. I think all children...

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How is it that a person will know that Jesus's teaching is from God the Father?

Jesus promised, through the Holy Spirit, to give that knowledge to those that do the will of God the Father, at least are desirous to do it. This book offers all the details....

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This Is Your Life is about the journey to the center of your mind (Twilight Zone music in the background). Well maybe not quite the center, but it challenges the premise that we are mechanical beings living in a mechanical world. Contrary to the popular cultural voice that says, “Resistance is futile, assimilated you will be . . .” (Yoda), people are tired, broken, and poor from livi...

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The streets of Brooklyn can hold many secrets. They called Tony and pulled him close, promising a freedom that most can only dream of. Living in poverty, Tony's choices led him down a dark and lonely path. Wondering day to day if he would live or die and watching as the light faded away. Through the darkness, God will bring a light that will carry you through even your darkest days. Whis...

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During the aftermath and devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Brigadier General Douglas A. Pritt directed relief efforts in the infamous Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. From the unique and inside perspective of the general's aide-de-camp comes the story of the National Guard response to the greatest natural disaster in American history.

In Guard Against the Storm, General P...

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A mysterious mountain, a blood-red moon and a ring with strange engravings on it; these are the images that have haunted Boston socialite Abigail Rose Claremont's dreams since she became a Christian. Though she prays for divine revelation and guidance, she receives no answer until she makes a fateful decision to escape an arranged marriage.

Together with her friend, Lucinda, she s...

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In her mind, Destiny Sommers believed she had figured out who she was and what her future looked like. Like her name, destiny had other plans in store for her.

Widower Reese Carson—the owner and operator of the Pinedale, Wyoming, Double C Ranch—had convinced himself he was happy with his orderly existence in working hard to make his ranch profitable and raise his son, Nicholas...

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Pure Moments is a book of just that. Moments in life that I don't want to forget or experiences that God spoke to me through over the years. Sometimes, I would sense the Holy Spirit telling me to write in the middle of the night. The words would come and I knew it wasn't me. However, it usually had to do with something I was going through at the time; things like motherhood, parenting, g...

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Where do sermons come from? The answer is as mysterious as the answer to the question Where do babies come from? Sermons are conceived, grow within us, and are delivered. Every preacher has felt the joy of delivering a great sermon and having it fall on the floor just in front of the pulpit! A similar experience is the embarrassment of preaching a half-baked sermon, terribly delivered, a...

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Bekah had grown comfortable with her solitary life, but one ominous day would change not only her comfort level but also everything she had known about her parents, her heritage, and her life. As an uncustomary deluge of a rainfall fell on her Albuquerque home, she found herself face-to-face with a Navajo man who would open the pages of her past and who would depend on her for his future...

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“After the failed attempt at overthrowing Solon, King of Mzia, the escaped and cursed villain, Thantos, holds the king's provincial city of Aidenn firmly in his deceiving clutches. Under a clever disguise, he has secretly reaped years of revenge upon the city through fear and deception. It is in the confines of this depraved city that Leila, a young abused woman, struggles with her mis...

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Thirty Religious Sonnets is a small book of poems touching different aspect of the religious thoughts. The poems tell, praise, and discuss several points of the spiritual and religious without going into the difficult but hammering at the simple in meaning and beauty. Whoever would like to see how poetry happens through the sonnet and that religious poetry does not have to be boring or c...

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Where are you in your spiritual life? Are you where you want to be? Are you where God wants you to be?

In Stepping Stones to Growth: How to Attain a Deeper Faith, Dr. Davis explores both spiritual growth and spiritual ministry. He shows the connection between the two—in that, when you put a ceiling on one, you have put a ceiling on the other. He also details the role of submiss...

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“The Whispering Woods” is a culmination of my education in crimonology and victimology and my experiences in counseling. Of all novels, this one in particular is different from my previous books.

It is a murder mystery. Though the majority of the book is fictional, the details regarding serial killers are fact. Certain characteristics are defined and described based on interv...

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Francis is a young angel trying to find his niche in heaven. Due to career plan changes, he is assigned to the planning and design department for the Earth Project responsible for designing insects to inhabit the newly created planet. Before being presented to the Creator for final approval he must negotiate the stifling bureaucracy which may prevent his bumblebee creation from even gett...

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Robert and Susan, siblings who were once close, have grown apart in the years since their parents' death, both emotionally and physically. Susan lives on the family farm in Ohio, and Robert is a heavy equipment operator on a construction site in Texas. Robert finds himself at the center of a major unforeseeable accident at work and is stuck underground. Susan works closely with the const...

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Loss and grief go hand in hand with one another like peanut butter and jelly. A strange comparison, but so true. When experiencing loss, one must allow themselves to work through the stages of grief. Some work it out quickly and move on, others take longer. It took me almost fi fty-nine years. Loss has followed me throughout my life and grief has become an old friend that has overstayed ...

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Please take the time to open your mind to these true life stories and apply them to your own situation. I know by reading this book you will see how to apply these life lessons to many different areas of your own life. Yes, there's strength through limitations....

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This book is a compilation of true stories I have written throughout my life that have taught me the biggest life lessons. Since I was a senior in high school and took a creative writing class, I realized that for me, writing is an outlet, a way to express my innermost thoughts, away to process things I have gone through, and a way to express my love and gratitude for some amazing people...

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In a world where demons have great influence, a new battle is about to be fought. God has chosen a select group of people to take on this momentous task. God's plan revolves around an unsuspecting homeless man named Aaron. Along with the help of an angel named Kara, both will learn and teach God's principles to the group of the chosen, so together they can overcome the demons and their e...

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A study in scripture was an end product from a quest I had set out for many years ago to find the truth. I started this quest with one goal in mind, and that was to be able to separate the facts and truths in scripture from all the fiction and disorder that seem so prevalent today in Christian thought and teachings. Though not perfect, this work turned out to be a great study tool and st...

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John and Sara's life comes crashing down in a series of unimaginable tragic events. The entire town is watching and wondering if they will lose everything, including their faith in God. How will a waitress with a tainted reputation have an impact of the outcome? You will be spellbound as these three come to grips with what life has thrown them. This is a roller-coaster story that will e...

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Streams of Mercy is a true story of a teenage orphan who turned so

many impossibilities to possibilities. She lost her mother at 13 and her

father at 19 and was tossed into the unknown and unsecure world

though a beautiful one by God's creation with no hold like a rudderless

ship. She looked to the right no father, to the left no mother. No one

should h...

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Perhaps most of us don't think twice when we go to a

cemetery about who is there. We are likely there only

because a friend or loved one has passed away. But have

you ever thought about the connection between the grave

markers and who belongs to them? Lucy Campbell and her

siblings probably didn't either. It wasn't until one day when

they each re...

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Bart Stupak, a nine-term Democratic Congressman from Michigan's First District, brought two unshakable principles with him to Capitol Hill in 1992: a firm belief in the sanctity of life, and the conviction that health care was a right for all Americans and not a privilege for the fortunate few. Studies indicating that 45,000 Americans died needlessly every year for lack of access to heal...

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Just a thought... Few things are more powerful than a thought. Everything

that was ever created began with the conception of a thought. Every hero who

accepted the challenge to save the day, all came to the stage of history by a mere

thought. Every partnership, business, invention, innovation, discovery and scientific

breakthrough all began with a thought. Eac...

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 e Spirituality of Awareness is an attempt to respond to the burning

desire in the human soul in search for meaning and purpose. Spirituality

means waking up from our slumber to become aware of and understanding

our human need so we can develop our confi dence and boldness.  e

footwashing pericope is the canvas on which this spirituality of awareness

...

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Paul Hamilton's narrative on family dysfunction is in the tradition of

Jeanette Wall's ‘The Glass Castle'. Hamilton uncovers secrets about

his family's past after he places his father in a dementia care facility.

Hamilton sorts through his father's belongings and discovers documents

revealing his father's immorality.

FATHERS, MONSTERS AND SONS...

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There is much written and taught concerning the

Anointing of God that is the result of someone's

experience. Teaching one's experience or even their

interpretation has brought confusion and even division in the

Body of Christ. God's intention has always been that we be

of one mind and one heart.  is book is intended to clearly

show that which th...

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Outside linebacker for the Crimson Tide Mike McGowin and college basketball player Tracy Conwell of UNLV meet on Christmas holiday and fall in love, only to let life get in the way. Years later, the two are brought together again in a miraculous turn of circumstances. Beautiful sisters Tracy and Stephanie struggle for survival as captives of international drug smugglers off the coast of ...

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Death on Rapture Island is a fast-paced romantic-suspense novel, full of action and emotion. A courageous mother whose daughter has been abducted risks her life to leave the isolated island cult where she was born and hire a private investigator to return with her and help her fi nd her missing child. When a murder related to the child's abduction occurs the mother and the P.I. face moun...

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Sarah and Molly are sisters, two of the cutest guinea pigs you've ever seen and they have so much spunk! They live with their kid owner, Katie and tons of other pets in a crowded pet room where the adventures never end. From bike rides and crazy cars, to slides and picture day, they are constantly busy. They love their dog friends Bailey and Zoey, and all the other pets they are surround...

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Based on a true story in the 1980's, a virtually unknown woman (whose name has been changed to Leia Martin) became the first person to test positive of the old royal antigen since the 1950's and the only person known to test positive for it in the United States of America. From an undisclosed Kentucky medical office, Leia's blood was sent to the Mayo Clinic and later to Switzerland for t...

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Achieving and Living the Agape Life, a book that started out as Facebook posts, as well as material used for teaching at a recovery center that I was once a client at, as well as used for study materials for a men's ministry class that I also participated in, never knowing that God would tell me to put these individual life lessons into book form. With all the struggles that I have encou...

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In God's Will and Testament,everyone has an inheritance and is left an heir of something—whether good, not so good, or pure evil. God excludes no one. The good receive a crown of everlasting life in his kingdom, the not so good receive the right to serve him in his kingdom, and the pure evil receive everlasting torment forever. The thing is, though, all the heirs must be clearly identi...

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"Thoughts from a Tree Stand" is a compilation of forty-nine years of enjoying God's great wonders. So

many hours spent afield wisdom as evidenced in nature. To those of you who have walked the forest

and woodlots I give to you these “Thoughts from a Tree Stand”...

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How does a man with a quiet demeanor, a sense of humor, loyalty to a fault, and a modest opinion of himself such as Nelson Edward Jacobs (Jake) survive being a dive bomber during the horrific World War in the Pacific? How does a man who had experienced so much emotional pain in his life remain so good?  is book tells Jake's story beginning with him unexpectedly joining the US Armed Forc...

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In this impactful, forward-thinking book, Rev. Dr. Ken J. Gordon, Jr. shares faith principles for divorced fathers

and places an emphasis on engaged co-parenting, which is critically important for children impacted by divorce. Dr.Gordon passionately, and honestly, speaks to fathers by sharing his personal spiritual journey, the lessons he learned about himself and his children, an...

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