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Posted on Apr 24, 2012 9:06:54 PM PDT
This should be right up your alley...
The Origins of Disgust, Self-Hatred, and Hostility

Posted on May 16, 2012 11:14:16 PM PDT
Try Wrath of the Dodo. It's a fun read. It's survival fiction wrapped in adventure sprinkled with thriller.

Posted on May 17, 2012 6:03:17 AM PDT
Paul Sexton says:
You might try In deeds We Trust by Ian James....

Posted on May 29, 2012 10:31:10 AM PDT
William says:
One Nation Under?

The Story of One Nation Under is a remarkable story that is fresh, relevant, and above all else entertaining. The main characters who are involved in the book showcase a myriad of emotions that help to captivate the audience with a relentless sweep of passionate energy. Furthermore this story chronicles the tough choices atheists sometimes have to make in the ever changing economical, Geo-political, and the evangelical period in which we all live.

This story follows a very diligent news reporter by the name of Joshua Rey. Joshua is a reporter for the TV show called "Lens of Truth". While working an investigation, Joshua uncovers a story that involves a secret society that is carrying out ritualistic murders of prominent celebrities. Joshua may not be the world's brightest guy, but he is smart enough to know that there is more to this story than meets the eye. Joshua Rey also is not a religious man, but soon finds that religion may indeed hold the key to all the strange events that are taking place around him.

One Nation Under? Das Unheimliche

Judah is dead....but the Enlightened Ones didn't break.

The group that we thought was run by a few radicals turns out to have connections to yet another cult called "The Order". To make things worse, the Order is run by some of the world's most powerful nations.

The nightmare continues and sees a new hero rise from the ashes. Mal and his team are overwhelmed and outnumbered by hellish forces the likes of which the modern age has never seen.

A former Mason, a Christian, and a Muslim are all that stand against the wrath of an empire.

Both great books that I highly recommend to all readers. No foul language, sexually explicit language, or offensive material.

Posted on May 31, 2012 2:18:24 PM PDT
Avid Reader says:
The Fifth Journal: Book One of the Sons of Sanhedrin Series

Check this book out! I picked it up because I liked the description of it and wow it was amazing! It has a very good price and the story is amazing! You will NOT regret it!

Posted on Jun 1, 2012 8:14:43 AM PDT
Bernie Minihan's Dilemma My approach to fiction, that is fiction involving terrorism, is to try to add realism to the story by selecting several scenarios which have actually occurred, and then create a thread using these scenarios to provide a realistic plot. My first, 'Bernie Minihan's Dilemma', introduced the major characters, and involved a terror plot in Boston, Mass. The second, 'For the Sake of Terror' picked up where Dilemma left off and involved a virus strain that could have caused a major epidemic. The newest one, "Night Chill', involves a scenario with an LNG Tanker in the Mississippi Delta, and also fleshes out further hanging threads from the first two. Taking this approach, and also trying to envision a real person for each of the characters, how they would speak and respond, as well as act in a given situation, provides more realistic dialogue, and from comments received thus far, a more acceptable novel.

Posted on Jun 18, 2012 7:57:30 PM PDT
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