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The Fish House Gang is a group of “Big Shots” who provide counterpoint to the story. Meet Charles “Chic” Sparks, clinical psychologist, noted tenor soloist, local police consultant and native of the Florida panhandle, the place where the story begins. The murder of another panhandle local; Thomas Reed, a man possessed with the facade of a wealthy philanthropist and the soul of a big-time drug cartel money launderer, ignites a chain reaction of death and destruction that draws Chic into his most harrowing investigation yet.
Reed is killed by Randall Moss, a spaced-out crook with a serious inferiority complex. Unwittingly, Moss and his gang of callow misfits have stolen a safe that contains secrets that could expose the dark underbelly of the beast, the crime syndicate that controls a significant chunk of the American drug trade. A Mexican Cartel and an American bank formed this powerful syndicate.
Chic is brought into the fray by his personal connection to Suzy, who survives the murderous onslaught triggered by the syndicates need to reclaim the secrets of the safe. She is alive, but in fear for her life, she needs Chic, he needs to save her. A hot romance develops.
The reader follows Chic down a path of unpredictable twists and turns, encountering characters painted in 3 dimensions with bright, exotic colors. Fans of “The Firm” will enjoy the larger spiritual battle between good and evil, cloaked in this tale of money laundering and organized crime brought to bear by an unlikely hero.
About the author:
Kenneth L. Funderburk graduated from Samford University, attended graduate school at Mississippi State and received his juris doctor degree from the University of Alabama. He has practiced law for over fifty years and is active in the art and music community. He is the senior partner in a law firm and has served as a County Attorney for many years. He has a wide business background including as a real estate developer, is on the board of several small businesses and was the founder and chairman of the board of a savings and loan. He is a member of the 10th Street Art Gallery, Columbus, Georgia and has won multiple blue ribbons in juried competition in the acrylic medium. He has served as part time choir director in churches in several states. Many of the events in the novel come from 20 years as Captain on his Amel 40’ ketch yacht sailing the entire Caribbean Island basin. He has been involved in community service for his entire adult life.$2.99–$13.32
In this world of myth and faery tale transportation is by one’s own hoofs or wings or the wings of the great-moth. Long distance communication is by “speaking mind.” Two tiny, six-winged faery go to seek the riders of the great-moth to learn the secret of the mother moth, twah.
Led by the Black Faery, Sorro of the many dreams, they visit the mountain home of Gormaak, the Centaur. He guides the Faery and the Twahin across the glaciers to the edge of a high plateau. The small folk plunge into the unknown and come again to the City-on-the-Edge-of-the-World, the ancient home of their common ancestors.
About the author:
Patricia Crommett is a retired reading teacher. The Folk of the Moth is her first novel. She has recently completed a sequel.
She lives with her dog and cats in a rambling house in a small town. She enjoys quilting and reading mysteries, especially Agatha Christie’s novels.$2.99–$29.20
In this Book, The Gates of Death: Nostradamus Decoded is many encouraging past, present and future events to be examined. In addition, the book examines all types of events like the Apollo Moon landings. I greatly advise anybody to examine the Moon landing photos anywhere, but the easiest access is on the Internet under “Moon landing hoax.” After viewing these photos, you will come to the same conclusion that I did. The Moon landings just did not happen! However, I hope this book did more than just teach people about the Moon landings. Best regards to all my current and future readers!
To all my readers, the author of this book is Allen Jay Luedtke. Allen lives on the shores of Lake Michigan in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. In addition, Allen has a bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in Geography from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh (Dec. 1999). Allen is also an avid exercise enthusiast with exercises including bodybuilding, walking and playing golf.
The purpose of this book is to enlighten people on the new economy that is to come. That is consumer spending. Plus, consumer spending simply drives the economy and the middle class are the majority population doing the consumer spending. This is why more money needs to flow in the hands of the middle class through tax breaks, government programs, etc. Also, this will create increased consumer spending revenue for all including the government. Moreover, increased consumer spending through the middle class with a balanced budget will lead to a very prosperous economy.
The other purpose of this book is to enlighten people on changes that need to be made about investing. Tithing (giving to the poor or the church) is the true way to invest money because it has a guaranteed rate of return. God will repay you for your tithe. Therefore, tithing simply is the way to invest!
Finally, Allen will locate certain treasures to be found. For instance, the Knights Templar Treasure (located in France) along with Ark of the Covenant (located in Lebanon). But, most importantly, Allen will locate the undiscovered oil well in Israel. This will lead to Israel’s own oil production. Furthermore, Israel mostly relies on foreign oil, however, this will change.$2.99–$35.99
The Gateway tells the story of a beautiful but mysterious house in the mountains. It is infested with demons, which got in when the original owner committed suicide by diving from the stair landing and smashing in his head on the floor, thus opening a gateway to a nether region of evil. The Hawthorne family, who buy the house from the estate, have to learn to live with the demons without breaking any of their rules, for fear of death or worse.
Nell, the youngest child, learns at an early age about the actual gateway. However, the little statue of Pan in her mother’s garden, who may or may not be in league with the demons, seems to protect her from their worse depredations. Nell grows up and marries Rick, an engineer with an oil company. They move into the Barn, an old carriage house down the hill from the Gateway. Eventually, over Rick’s horrified objections, they have to move into the Gateway. Because of difficult circumstances after Rick’s death, Nell finds she has to sell the house that she loves so much. The demons wreak their rage and retribution on the hateful man who buys it.
Cynthia Delafield spent summers at the Gateway. She was aware of its other occupants at an early age. Most events are exaggerated and much is fiction. She wrote the book after the buyer of her house in Riverdale, NY, painted the rare red gum wood paneling in the living room white. She has been a painter, actress, guide on trips to China, pastry chef and caterer, owner of a B&B and dolphin researcher, which prompted her first book, “my Dear Dolphin”, a diary about some dolphins and her four children, published under her married name, Cynthia de Narvaez.$16.99
For Jesse Riddle, time had brought too much change. Caught between the excitement of life on Harrison Avenue and his commitment to the Lord, it was time to decide. Work in the mines had exposed him to a new world of hard living and excitement. He knew the direction his life was taking was hurting his preacher-father, and he could not let that go on. As a boy, the church had been the center of his life. Now, he was being drawn to the exciting life that could be found in the saloons. Soon, he gained a reputation as a man to stand aside for on the Avenue. Yet, he could not shake the commitment he had made to the Lord. He needed to get away for a while where he could think. The mountains had always been his place of sanctuary. Would he find the answers there?
About the author:
All of my youth was spent dreaming of a land called Colorado. My life began in Iowa and from that perspective, it was hard to imagine what it would be like to live in a world so different from the one I knew. I was 29 before I got my chance and for the next 40 years, I worked and played in those magnificent mountains. I discovered a land of high places and vast expanses of wilderness. I visited the old mining camps and sought out the history of the colorful people that lived in those places so long ago. In so doing, I discovered a world of high adventure and larger than life characters that created an empire of freedom and opportunity like the world has never seen. I decided to put some stories together that closely paralleled the actual history of those places from a Christian perspective.$13.35
The Green Vial, the crackling new techno-thriller from Nicholas Orsini, is about a dedicated and highly professional government scientist who gets drawn into a terrorist plot. It all starts with a deadly earthquake in the Iranian desert. Dr. Roger Rogers, a geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey, and his attractive graduate assistant, Teresa Marchetti, team up to lead an on-site investigation to gather scientific data from the region for their research studies. In Iran, the two meet their Iranian counterparts and Bjorn Arnarson, a Norwegian science attaché. All goes well until they are forced to make an emergency landing in a restricted biological-weapons development area and are taken into custody. While in confinement, a disillusioned member of an underground faction tells Rogers about the plot and attempt to extort millions of dollars from the U.S. government under threat of dumping anthrax bacterium into the water supplies of several major cities. With literally millions of lives at stake, Dr. Rogers finds himself confronting unimaginable challenges. What follows a dramatic escape via the Afghani border, a detour to Norway (where additional threads in the case are unraveled), and, ultimately, the involvement of the Defense Intelligence Agency and the U.S. President himself reveals Orsini as a master of suspense a worthy and welcome heir to the tradition that includes Patricia Highsmith, Graham Greene, and John le Carre.
A graduate of Colgate University, NICHOLAS ORSINI grew up in South Glens Falls, New York. He served in the Air Force for twenty-four years, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. His work on the Vela Uniform program, detecting underground nuclear explosions and differentiating them from earthquakes, took him to countries in Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East, the South Pacific, and Antarctica. He was a Chief of the Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory and managed a program to build and install seismic stations in Africa and South America. As a licensed private pilot, he managed to log over 800 hours of flying time; he has also traveled more than 70,000 miles on six different motorcycles.$13.78
A woman is found floating on a rubber raft at sea, beaten half to death and comatose. She awakens from her coma with no recollection of who she is and what had happened to her. But after marrying the lawyer who was made to be her legal guardian, she begins to have flashbacks of her past.
Suddenly, two men appeared; both are claiming to be her CIA partner. And both of them are claiming that the other is a Russian agent trying to discover where she hid something of high importance.
Who is she going to believe?$2.99–$14.40
“Ms. Callahan offers a delightful and surprising story blend of history and fantasy set both long, long ago and also not quite so far away. Be sure to find a comfy chair before settling in with Cassie and Micah. Once you open the book, you won’t want to leave till it’s finished.”
- Sandra Byrd, author of the best-selling Secret Sisters series.
A misfit. An unlikely friend. A journey through a reality shattered by the tragedies of WWII. A discovery of a world beyond the pain of her own with the power to come out of the shadows and into a role that is hers alone. A battle between two worlds – will it always be one or the other_ Poverty or royalty; weakness or bravery; who she is or who she wants to be? Can this Misfit, united with another, find a way for their dreams to become reality? Or will their dreams remain just that…a figment of their imagination?
About the author:
KARRIS CALLAHAN a young adult author and mentor who helps misfits embrace their differences and find their unique identity. Ever since she was young Karris has never been satisfied with the ordinary, leading her on many adventures in the process of pursuing studies and exploring her interests. She refuses to settle for anything less then to dream big dreams and is happiest while using her creativity to tell stories of all shape, size and form. Her deepest desire is to help others find their own voice and story in the midst of a world that has silenced many.$16.99
Beneath the finished work of a painting lies the brush strokes of life – seemingly random splashes of color dashed against a white backdrop. Therein lies the life of a young woman and her new-found friend in the woods. Both escaping for vastly different reasons. As Charlotte’s life is brought forth onto the canvas, Royal steps into the scene mesmerized and challenged by Charlotte’s quiet manner and is haunted by her memory. All of which seem to be captured upon the canvas of the Painter – a mysterious man who appears in the most unlikely places. He ultimately captures their spirit upon his final masterpiece of the Hammer and the Anvil.
Elizabeth was born in Calgary Alberta and grew up on the plains of Montana. She now resides in Spokane WA with her husband, two daughters and their Jack Russell. As a graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman in accounting, she works at her husband’s CPA firm. When not writing, she participates in Brazilian jiu-jitsu with her daughters.$16.99–$37.25