- File Size: 951 KB
- Print Length: 494 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1481809806
- Publication Date: May 30, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00D4BFV60
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,972,854 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bill of Human Wrongs Kindle Edition
"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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Claire Winslow, a Republican Senator from Washington State, is so attractive and savvy that both Republicans and Democrats will identify with her. But from the get-go we suspect that Claire's independent thinking is sure to run afoul of her party.
Ms. Michaels wastes no time establishing the all-important ticking clock. A federal bill with far-reaching consequences will be voted on at the Capitol in a week's time. As we come to learn just how radical (and wrong) this bill is, it becomes clear that the stakes are nothing less than the survival of America.
The major dramatic thrust is given a jolt by the intrusion of another story line--from the future. It's a bold gamble by Ms. Michaels because it stretches disbelief to the max, which is just the kind of story that becomes a blockbuster movie.
How does Claire deal with someone who not only claims they're from the future, but has proof? The success of this novel depends on how well the reader is able to suspend their disbelief of time-travel.
Although Michaels seems to be trying to sell us a "message" about America, if readers can actually be made to feel sad about their country, the novel will serve a huge purpose.
I recommend reading Bill of Wrongs in a few concentrated sessions. It shouldn't be difficult, since this is a true page-turner.
Read Bill of Human Wrongs.
Rachel Ross is the anchor of a daily news show. She is unafraid to do things her own way.
Eve Hart is a mother and wife of a powerful television personality. She has a secret.
SB1257 is the latest bill being introduced for a controversial vote in the Senate. It amends the Constitution and strips many rights from women and other minorities.
Four male senators are at the heart of the bill and will do anything to get it passed. Anything at all.
Sometimes the stars align just right and people come together. People from other worlds, other religions, other races, other beliefs. This is such a time.
Claire, Rachel and Eve meet. There is no chance they would ever have met. For some reason it is inevitable. Now that they know each other, now what?
Follow this fast-paced political thriller as it moves rapidly through a city of greed and corruption to a place worlds apart. Keep your eyes open or you might miss a clue that could mean the end of life, as you know it.
Learn about courage and cowardice, racial undertones and hatred. Root for good to overcome evil. Watch the door. You never know who'll enter next.
C. Michaels has written a book that is both captivating and thought provoking. You find yourself asking "what if?" over and over. You pay attention to the details and wonder about the outcome. You learn that people are not always as they seem - they can hurt, they can hate and they act out of fear.
Just when you thought you were comfortable with the world you live in you are transported to another. You can't believe what you see.
Follow the trail of SB 1257. Will it be yea or nay? Stay tuned.
From the first couple of pages, of Bill of Human Wrongs I knew I would enjoy C. Michaels' story.
The book delivers the tale of two women, who fight to save their country. Eve Hart, front runner in courage and honesty, and Claire Winslow, the senator from Washington DC., who toils with the responsibility of continuing her fight for women's rights, or be thrown out of the game of politics if she doesn't play by the good-old-boys' rules. These good-old-boys, a fearless foursome, stop at nothing to intimidate her. They even go so far as to threaten her career, her reputation, and make a last ditch effort to buy her vote by threatening the lives of her loved ones.
What happens to Eve Hart is another story that you will have to read to fully understand the scope Of C. Michaels' storytelling talent.
Michaels' own game is fast, unrelenting in its purpose to deliver a powerful message as she has us turning the pages while holding our breath--at times fearing what might come next, yet unable to look away.
The mark of an excellent writer: to keep its readers enthralled and hoping for more. Michaels delivers and does not disappoint. While running through the pages, I remembered the feeling I had, speeding through the Celestine Prophecy.
C. Michaels is also the author of Cross Roads and No Fear, all of which can be found on Amazon.com.