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Good Was The Day

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Good Was The Day (Dorothy Davies)

The Life of John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

SKU code: 781786951489

Subject matter: Channelled Works, Historical Fiction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 164

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: JFK, President Kennedy, Jack Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Kennedy assassination, Kennedy life

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      • A fascinating book. If you do not already believe in channelled works
        then open your mind to the possibility and read this one!  5 out of 5 
        (Charles)
      • Intriging concept, well written and researched. I liked the way the
        author kept away from historical facts but presented the subjects
        thoughts & feelings on those events. Excellent read.  5 out of 5
 

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy, a man who held the ultimate powerful position and who paid the ultimate price, is still regarded as a hero by some and the last gunslinger in the west by others. Countless books, countless conspiracy theories, none of them from the man himself until now.

Good Was The Day is JFK's account of his life, leaving out the politics and concentrating, as far as possible, on his feelings about every aspect of his life - and death. It's an honest, open, totally frank look at the Kennedy experience of aiming for and then achieving the Presidency, the price paid in health, strained relationships, fraught days and nights and bright shining days and nights, when all went well and happiness was within his grasp.

Did JFK take with him one final secret to his grave or was it not such a secret and it led to that fateful day in Dallas?

Dorothy Davies has the unenviable task of channelling life stories from the great names in our history as the authors seek to put right the often-distorted history which time and bias has attached to their name. And names don't come bigger than JFK and histories don't come more fascinating than this charismatic and powerful man.

A note from Zadkiel Publishing: This is a compelling and fascinating story. There will be those who are sceptical of channelled stories such as this, and those who know they are for real – we are thrilled Dorothy chose us to publish this book and we invite you all to read it and make your own decision.


How To Get What You Really Want

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How To Get What You Really Want (Norman W. Wilson)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951502

Subject matter: Nonfiction, Inspiration,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 60

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: intentions, crystal healing, vibrations, gratitude, intentions, affirmation, essential oils, meditation,reiki

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Are you tired of trying to manifest your intentions into realty?

Here is the answer to why you fail.

Making an intention is so much more than just "wishful thinking".

This little book spells it out for you, and provides activities to help bring success in getting what you want from life.


The Making Of A Shaman

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The Making Of A Shaman (Norman W. Wilson)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951533

Subject matter: Spiritualism, Faction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 266

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Shamanism, shaman, strange powers, fire, healing, adventure

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Tony Wells has problems. He's discovered the man he thought was his father isn't. The man who was teaching him the ways of the Indians was. He had sex in his teens, and it's been one-night stands ever since. . . except now . . . there's Julie. Was it love or just hot sex?

And then there's the whole shaman thing. He was constantly discovering powers, strange powers. Things like creating fire in the palm of his hand, healing people, seeing in the dark, and visions, and entering people's minds. It was when he entered Julie's mind that he got the shock of a lifetime.

Editorial: A tale of fiction that is evidently based on experience. A sensational, page-turning, gripping read.

A review from a previous version:

The Making Of A Shaman, a novel, written by Dr. Norman Wilson, is one of the best reads I have had in a very long time. I have read Norman's books before and found them to be more of a leaning about Shamanism, which were very helpful and I have learned a lot.

This book, however, was written so well and down to earth that I had a hard time putting it down. It had a very interesting story line. I would highly recommend this book to everyone.


Kelly

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Kelly's Full House (Paddy Kelly)

Published by Fiction4All (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951472

Subject matter: Humour, Historical Fiction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 180

Dimensions: 129 x 198

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They say everything comes in threes. Here’s three rib tickling tales featuring three characters in three very different time periods and situations.

Kelly’s Full House is a great short story collection that will lift your spirits and help get you through your day by dealing with some of the most taboo subjects – The Press, death and politics.

1. 127 Alden Road

It’s July 1st, 2017 in Provincetown Massachusetts, original landing place of the Pilgrims. Abigail Helmsworth, town librarian and charter member of the Ladies of New England Social Organization for Massachusetts History, (LONESOME’s for short), is doing some spring cleaning in the Herman Melville Memorial Library when she comes across a document. A document from 1775. A document apparently signed by the Big Man himself – George Washington!

The possible implications of this document are not at all lost on the town’s 2,427 residents. In just under three days 60,000 tourists will invade this Mecca of U.S. history to celebrate the Fourth of July. The document, if certified to be authentic, could mean tens of thousands in revenue for the tiny hamlet.

2. Dr. Lindsay’s Christmas

At 87 years of age Dr. Jonathan Lindsay, a Dublin native, dedicated pediatrician and devout Catholic his entire life, has just lost his wife of over sixty years and, for the first time finds himself alone on Christmas Eve, 1987.

Reluctant to return to an empty house he takes a stroll up O’Connell Street to enjoy the gaily decorated holiday ornaments, lights and displays.

3. Luck & Fame Are Four Letter Words

A new president has taken the reins, the Space Race is in full swing and the economy is at its peak since end of the war. It’s 1961 and the future looks bright.

However the entire country is not running on greased groves. Rank Publishing Ltd., in New York City is hanging on by a thread. With the advent of automated printing, a television in nearly every home and newspaper circulation up almost tenfold since the end of the war, news stories are cheaper and more readily available. The new sensation is supermarket tabloids and magazine circulation is plummeting!

Luck & Fame examines the roll luck and hype play in achieving fame because, no matter how much talent you may have, Luck and Fame are Four Letter Words.


Thirteen Wicked Tales

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Thirteen Wicked Tales (Eugen Bacon & E Don Harpe)

Published by Fiction4All (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951441

Subject matter: Anthologies, Fantasy,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 124

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: surreal, science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, lapis lazuli, citron's glow, platelets to history, zipping with the wind, a man full of shadows

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Two authors, thirteen stories, a collection of literary speculative fiction. Wicked tales geared for strangeness.


Dying & Other Stories

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Dying & Other Stories (Eugen Bacon)

Literary speculative fiction 

Published by Fetish World Books (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951434

Subject matter: Fantasy, Fantasy,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 126

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: literary, speculative fiction, short story, anthology, death, afterlife, fantasy, futuristic, embodiment

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The power of literature invites the reader to scrutinise embodiment, to engage with difference. There is ‘queering’ in this collection, it is about forms of difference. Offering a range and diversity that reflects an exploratory nature of writing, each narrative invites the reader to alternate ways of seeing the world. Dying & Other Stories lauds the untraditional, signifies strangeness, oddity, peculiarity, extraordinariness within normalcy.


Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

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Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition) (Andrew J. Heller)

Tidal Effects 

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951359

Subject matter: General Fiction, Historical Fiction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 276

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: World War 1, alternate history, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Eastern Front, Western Front

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Tidal Effects is the sequel to Gray Tide in the East, the popular alternate history of the First World War. In Gray Tide, the Germans cancel their planned invasion of Belgium in 1914, turning their armies eastward to crush Russia without interference from Great Britain or the United States. Tidal Effects picks up the story in 1923. In High Tide, the U.S. discovers that Germany is building a secret naval base on Martinique, which they acquired from France as part of the peace settlement in 1915. It is a clear challenge to U.S. control of the Western Hemisphere, but how will the isolationist, pacifism-minded American respond when the Kaiser escalates the situation to the brink of war?

In the second story, Austria-Hungary is under the thumb of its powerful neighbor, and Emperor Charles would like to find new diplomatic partners and free his country from German domination. He calls in an American newspaperman to secretly sound out allies for a new treaty organization to meet the German threat. Meanwhile the Kaiser’s agent “Wolf” is working to undermine the Dual Monarchy, by encouraging a revolution in Hungarian that will allow Germany to gobble up the new territory won by Austria in the war. Tidal Effects offers two stories filled with action, political maneuvering, treachery, spies and surprises.


Vampire-Tech 2 : Infestation

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Vampire-Tech 2 : Infestation (Bryan Romer)

Infestation 

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951281

Subject matter: Science Fiction, Horror,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 300

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: werewolves, vampires, Dracula, nanites, monsters, action

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The accidental discovery of alien artefacts have brought werewolves back to modern day Britain. But through that same accident, test pilot Tara Harker was turned into a vampire. Even more incredibly, she discovers that Dracula is very real and is her only ally against her enemy and newly turned werewolf, Viktor Tiranul.

Now in the second book of the series, Tara is forced to embrace her vampire status as the existence of werewolves becomes a plague, spreading out of control and into the streets of a terrified Britain, drawing the Government and its agencies into the struggle. But powerful human interests who desire to control the technology that created both werewolves and vampires present just as much of a threat to herself and everyone she loves, including her father the brilliant scientist Rowland Harker. Can she battle and survive these multiple threats while still remaining human? And will her most powerful ally, Dracula himself, prove to be a blessing or a curse?

The gripping science-fiction horror adventure that started in the novel Vampire-Tech brings ancient legends into the present and right into the future. No magic, no curses, just technology – vampire technology.


Vampire-Tech : Outbreak

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Vampire-Tech : Outbreak (Bryan Romer)

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951298

Subject matter: Science Fiction, Horror,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 238

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: science fiction, vampires, werewolves, strong female character, violence, zombies

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The third volume of the Vampire-Tech series.

The full scale and cunning of Master Werewolf Viktor Tiranul's plan is revealed, which includes the death of test pilot and newly created vampire Tara Harker and her partner John Seward, otherwise known to the world as Dracula.

Both sides are powered by ancient alien technology, and their clash brings death and terror to both Britain and the United States, spiralling quickly out of control and filling the streets of London and Washington D.C. with blood.

A science fiction based story that combines technology with the dark legends of the past. No magic here, just Vampire-Tech.


Playback, Jury of the Heart

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Playback, Jury of the Heart (Ivory Snow)

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951366

Subject matter: Fantasy Romance, Erotic Romance,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 76

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Erotic, fantasy, romance, speculative fiction, ivory snow, playback

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      • Delightful, depressing, delicious, desirable, fulfilling. This short
        story took me through a range of feelings, emotions and desires. I
        felt for Liam, I was hopeful for Liam and I was cheering for Liam.
        Then seeing him reach paradise was the final release for him and self
        realisation. Eloquently written piece by the author, thank you for the
        journey.  5 out of 5  (BeTrue)
 

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She swoops him, knees him, throws him, chokes him… Leaves purple bruises bigger than grapefruit on his skin. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has plenty in it, especially when linked to therapy: adults only. Caution, the heart. It takes radical measures to heal drastic pain – Liam Keen knows.


Gray Tide In The East (2nd Edition)

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Gray Tide In The East (2nd Edition) (Andrew J. Heller)

An alternate history of the First World War 

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951205

Subject matter: Historical Fiction, General Fiction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 228

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: World War 1, alternate history, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Eastern Front, Western Front

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August 1, 1914, Berlin: Kaiser Wilhelm II cancels the German invasion of Belgium over the objections of his generals, sending his armies East against Russia instead of West to France, and sets off a chain of events that will radically change the course of modern history.

Gray Tide in the East is the best-selling counterfactual history of the First World War, if the Germans had not invaded Belgium in 1914 and thereby brought Great Britain and, eventually, the United States into the war. The carefully researched story is told by a host of real historical figures both famous (William Jennings Bryan, Winston Churchill) and obscure (Albert Dawson, Joost van Vollenhoven) and spans the globe from Washington, D.C. to Hanoi, from bloody battlefields to the secret chambers of diplomats.


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A superbly written alternate history without aimless fantasy, but rather a meticulously researched, and completely plausible chain of events.

Highly recommended to history lovers to exercise the mind.

A great work of counter factual history. The author knows how to tell a good story. Highly recommended.

This is a well written and believable alternate history book.


American Rhetoric

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American Rhetoric (Paddy Kelly)

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951144

Subject matter: General Fiction, Humour,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 380

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: USA, alternate history, political comedy, parody,

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Through shear dint of effort, Ronald Lump the third, now in his fourth and last term as president, had with tireless campaigning and unprecedented cooperation in both the House and the Senate, been able to whittle away at the 3% who controlled 97% of the wealth. He got it down to 1%. Worse yet, of the 47 candidates who intend to run for office to replace him none are qualified.

America was in trouble. Again.

However it is in Central Middleville, Ohio, a place where everyday life is abnormally normal, there resides a real hero. A human cog in a soulless system whose only dream is to get out of the dingy one room apartment he's lived in all his life. A savior that can possibly deliver the American people from the shackles of the two party system and the havoc it has reeked on the American landscape for so long.

Thaddeus Enoch Pervers, a lowly assembly line worker unintentionally sets out on a political adventure the likes of which could only happen in the U.S. With political absurdities unimagined in Swift’s time Thaddeus, after accidently filing out the wrong form at his local Department of Motor Vehicles, mistakenly winds up sucked up into the convoluted American political system.

Politics was never in Thaddeus' plans, but it was in his destiny. Inadvertently tossed into the political arena due to the misfiled form, Pervers is discovered by a devious group of supercentenarians who promise to buy him a senate seat if he'll act as their front man for their political interests.

The novel American Rhetoric, a dark parody of the two party system, offers a glimpse of one possible future for The United States of America.

*Politics. From the Greek 'poly' meaning many and 'tics' meaning a parasitic, blood sucking leech who lives off others.

*(Translation approximate)


For the Love of Jodie

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For the Love of Jodie (Adrian Stanley)

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951182

Subject matter: Action/Adventure Romance, ,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 108

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Love, Action, Romance, Tragedy, Heartbreak, Joy.

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A wounded soldier rescues a badly injured young woman from an Iraqi battlefield. He carries her across the dessert, trying to save her. During their desperate struggle for survival love grows between them, but at the moment of rescue Jodie loses her fight for life.

Destroyed and invalided out of the army, Cal is broken.

Eventually a letter from Jodie's father arrives, and triggers off a series of strange coincidences that give Cal new hope, and bring love back to his heart.

In his new life in the Rockies he finds himself in another life or death struggle involving a young woman remarkably like Jodie. With all the heartache from the past driving him on he fights for the second woman's life, and again finds himself falling in love. Confused, but fascinated by the similarity between the two women, he uncovers the strange connection between the love he lost and the love he finally finds.

Two beautiful women rescued, one to die, the other to live, and the forgotten connection between them.

Has Cal finally found enduring love, and is Jodie's presence somehow influencing events?

Does the penny drop by accident, or design?


Stars, Hide Your Fires

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Stars, Hide Your Fires (James C Rocks)

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951175

Subject matter: Science Fiction, Action/Adventure,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 364

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: jc-rocks, future, alternate history, space war, world war two, second world war, ww2, science, science fiction, hyperspace, the extent, military, military fiction, military science fiction, scifi

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A four-year war has raged across the colonised worlds of The Extent. Nations reel from violence and betrayal and the Skean Republic stands alone. Despite fierce diplomatic negotiations, tensions rise while, bordering the huge region of empty space known as The Abyssal Void, the conflict threatens the nation of Akatsu.

A young, wealthy socialite and ex-assassin has grown up on Hiroshi and now lives in the famed floating city of Yori. Working for Akatsu's secretive science team, Kagaku-sha Chimu, she strives to save her planet from the hated United Colonial Systems. Accompanied by the loyal, catlike Jira, she plays a dangerous game in which her friends and her city are the potential collateral. The very future of her world is at stake.

In the middle of the Abyssal Void, at Port McKinley, Acting Captain Kurt Bergstrom is about to graduate. Young and inexperienced, he has little idea the Akatsu are preparing to strike or of the bitter price he, his friends and his family will have to pay. It will be a baptism of fire, engulfing the stars, destroying his humanity and forging him into a weapon his enemies will not soon forget.

The first of a trilogy, "Stars, Hide Your Fires" will take you to the stars: an alternate future, a galaxy collapsing into war and humans doing what humans do best.


My Life With Spirit, Your Life With Spirit

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My Life With Spirit, Your Life With Spirit (Dorothy Davies)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951151

Subject matter: Mediums, ,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 160

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Medium, spiritual journey, spirit

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Whether you realise it, or not, we are all on a journey through life.

This book is about the life of Dorothy Davies, a Medium and a healer. It is about a spiritual journey that has, in her own words, been full of surprises. Revealing her first experiences with the spirit world, and how she went on to become a channel to a number of spirits with stories that had to be told. You will meet these characters in this book and discover how you too, if you want, can begin your own spiritual journey, or continue on the journey you have already started.

Dorothy is an angel in our midst – and has been instrumental in guiding many people on their own spiritual journeys. As the publisher of this book who considers Dorothy to be a very dear friend, I urge you to pick up this book, to read it, and to use it to continue your own journey in life. I am sure you will find the same inspiration I have found and that you too will discover your journey will be uplifting, and fulfilling and my fervent hope and prayer is that your journey will bring you the kind of deep, inner peace, that only a true angel can bring you.


Not The Shadow Of A Man

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Not The Shadow Of A Man (Dorothy Davies)

The story of Jacquetta Wydeville (Woodville) 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951021

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 226

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: White Queen, Jacquetta of Luxembourg, Jacquetta Woodville, Jacquetta Wydeville, Richard III, Edward IV, Princes, Tower, Anthony Rivers, Antony Rivers

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Jacquetta Wydeville (or Woodville) was the matriarch behind a dynasty. Her daughter’s marriage to Edward IV took the family to the highest point in the land and all of her thirteen children were given titles and honours and high ranking marriages were arranged for them, something which outraged the court and led to the family being referred to as upstarts and popinjays.

With her daughter crowned Queen of England, Jacquetta could have been forgiven for thinking all was good in her world, but her beloved husband Richard and her son John were caught up in the fighting between Edward IV and his cousin Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, and both men were executed after the battle of Edgecote.

Jacquetta was charged with witchcraft but was found not guilty after the king intervened on her behalf. It had been a narrow escape, so many believed that she had cast spells so that the king would fall for the charms of her daughter and so elevate the Woodvilles in the land.

This powerful woman left a lasting legacy with the children she bore - her grand daughter Elizabeth of York married Henry VII, thus ending the Lancastrian/York rivalry for all time.

Historians see Jacquetta Woodville from different viewpoints. Dorothy Davies is a medium and can only write what is given to her. This is Jacquetta's story, as told by herself...


Death Be Pardoner To Me

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Death Be Pardoner To Me (Dorothy Davies)

The Life of George, Duke of Clarence 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951014

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 272

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Wars of The Roses, Earl of Warwick, George, Duke of Clarence, history

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The Wars of the Roses were terrible years when armies swept back and forth across England and kings were the pawns of arrogant nobles. In these savage times, three royal brothers defeated all those who would rob them of the throne but then, from within, they faced a new enemy.

One brother, driven by envy and pride, staked everything on a desperate gamble and allied himself with the imperious Earl of Warwick.

With Warwick's army at his back, a king's brother planned to remove the king.

Could he carry it off and realise his dreams of wearing the crown himself, or had destiny made brutal and more tragic plans for George, Duke of Clarence?


Mirror-Walker II

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Mirror-Walker II (Mitchell Micone)

The Rescue of Beloved 

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786950772

Subject matter: General Fiction, Action/Adventure,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 190

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: World War III, War, adventure, thriller, China

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David Malone’s special skill of going through mirrors to find people enabled him to rescue the First Lady when she was kidnapped by an unknown group bent on starting a war with China. That sinister group is back with plan B. This time, however, they are making sure that David can’t derail their evil plans. Their first step as they move to put their new plan into action is to kidnap David and lock him away under twenty-four hour guard someplace where there are no mirrors and no shiny surfaces.

What they didn’t realize was that David was not alone when they struck. He was mirror walking with Chi, his protégée, so that they could watch a movie together in his living room. She manages to make contact with “Warrior Robert”– Detective Robert Nash– and tell him that “Beloved” has been taken.

Chi and her grandmother, Kong Ling, come to Iowa to help find David, but the war plotters somehow know of their involvement and try to kill them as they arrive. From that point on, Detective Robert, Momma Ling, Chi, and one of Robert’s fellow officers, Sargent Lucy Garcia, must go underground as they attempt to rescue Beloved and once again save the world from what could possibly be the beginning of World War Three.


Tentacles of Terror

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Tentacles of Terror (Bruce Herbert Scott)

A young woman incurs the wrath of a jihad group 

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786950734

Subject matter: Action/Adventure, Thrillers/Suspense,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 192

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: terror, murder, sex, love, adventure, international, Indonesia, Australia, South Africa, exotic locations, Toraja, mummification

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      • An Awesome read.  The story is engrossing and the characters are very
        real.  The various locations in which the story is set are wonderfully
        described.  5 out of 5  (Brendon)
      • This book is a great read.  The author has done a great deal of
        research to create a most engaging story.  The characters are so very
        real that you can really understand their thinking.  There are many
        unexpected twists and turns.  I like the way he mentions a fact
        unobtrusively early in the story which has unexpected and huge
        repercussions later on.   5 out of 5  (Neva)
 

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Tough ex-cop Laurie (Truck) Hudson just wants a quiet life making money and enjoying the women of Indonesia. Unexpectedly, he finds himself rescuing a beautiful young woman from the evil tentacles of a rogue jihadist group working within the Indonesian security agency. In his efforts to get her to safety he discovers just how these tentacles reach well beyond the shores of Indonesia and into the wider world. Together the couple face constant danger while the love grows between the relationship shy cop and this sexually adventurous and brave young woman.

This explosive book will keep the reader fascinated as the protagonists of intrigue, ruthlessness, Jihad and corruption become pitted against a developing bond of brilliance, bravery and beauty with maybe a little of their own brand of debauchery thrown in.

Editorial: Contains some content readers may consider unsuitable for those under 18 years of age.


The American Way

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The American Way (Paddy Kelly)

Published by Fiction4All (2017)

ISBN: 9781786950581

Subject matter: Historical Fiction, ,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 424

Dimensions: 129 x 198

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On January 12th, 1912 at 12 noon, 57,000 European immigrants comprised of 25 nationalities, 45 languages, (less than 10% of which spoke English), struck against one of the richest men in the world. To add to the drama, they faced a hostile governor and U. S. president, a racially motivated police force backed by the U. S. Army and the worst New England Winter on record.

Against a backdrop of wars raging in the Far East, The Balkans and North Africa, the most hotly contested U. S. election to date and unprecedented, government sponsored violence, a no-holds-barred industrial strike was launched.

In Book II of Paddy Kelly's series Building of Empire: Crime & Politics, the Cornerstone of America, the epic drama of a forgotten story in U. S. history, its Class Wars, is told through a neglected chapter, the Lawrence Mill Strike of 1912.

With the ambience and intensity of Reds and the spirit of Cabaret the story of the largest industrial action of its time, The American Way chronicles the drama of people swept up in events larger than themselves as they refused to capitulate to some of the most powerful men on the face of the planet.

The American Way is the true story of what European immigrants endured in burgeoning industrial America. Played out in seven weeks, in the dead of the worst New England winter in half a century, the story of this historic struggle invites you to come to America, land of the free. Home of the brave.

Where the streets are paved with blood.

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