Tag: political

The New Lease

The New Lease

| December 18, 2015

A stranger appeared, years ago, and rescued you from the darkness. Or did he? Since that day you can’t recognize yourself, you’re haunted by an imaginary stalker, and you hear someone whisper in your head. That’s how Fae Cunningham, a reticent young woman with a history of mental illness, describes her predicament. But an unusual […]

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Loss Of Reason (State Of Reason series Book 1)

Loss Of Reason (State Of Reason series Book 1)

| December 11, 2015

One Of The Most Disturbing Stories You’ll Ever Read Distant for many years, Franklin out of Pennsylvania and his step-brother Everon out of Nevada are connected by a single link: Their sister Cynthia. Enter The Nightmare A nuclear bomb is detonated in New York. Banker, wife, mother, Cynthia lives in New York. The military has […]

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Forty Days at Kamas

Forty Days at Kamas

| November 27, 2015

“A brutal portrait of a dystopian America, full of dramatic irony and shocking revelation.” KIRKUS REVIEWS “Weighty in ideas, Fleming’s book is both informative and deeply disturbing and provides an intriguing read.” SAN FRANCISCO BOOK REVIEW “A page-turner…moves at a solid clip. An overtly political story that succeeds as entertainment.” PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW “Masterfully paints […]

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RATS

RATS

| October 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

“A nuanced techno-thriller with both brains and brawn.”—Kirkus Reviews One man on a decades old mission. A woman who hunts him. And the bullet they share. Joe Klingler’s acclaimed debut novel explodes from the remnants of a war long past to headlines of Washington secrets masquerading as corporate incompetence when two modern-day warriors face off. […]

Defending Turquoise

Defending Turquoise

| July 18, 2015

From Kindle All-Star John Ellsworth, author of #1 bestseller in thrillers category Join Thaddeus Murfee in his new career in Flagstaff, where he is called on to defend the wife of the District Attorney. She has shot her husband to death and admitted it—but what about the mysterious bite marks in all the wrong places? […]

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The New Lease

The New Lease

| July 18, 2015

A violent warlord steps down, North Korea opens its borders, and Saudi women may drive—has the world suddenly and inexplicably become a better place? A professor of journalism challenges his graduate students to investigate. Fae Cunningham, a young woman with a history of mental illness, takes the project to heart. She comes to believe that […]

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Rats

Rats

| June 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

2015 Finalist International Book Awards – Fiction: Thriller/Adventure2015 Finalist Beverly Hills Book Awards – Political Thriller2015 International Rubery Book Awards – Fiction Short List A masterfully crafted, intense, wild ride from Alaska to Washington to Vietnam with imagery and dialog that have the reader riveted to the page for the entire thrilling adventure.  Summer greets […]

Forty Days at Kamas

Forty Days at Kamas

| May 26, 2015

“A brutal portrait of a dystopian America, full of dramatic irony and shocking revelation.” KIRKUS REVIEWS Inspired by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s account of a Soviet labor camp revolt in Gulag Archipelago, Volume III, the story of FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS follows political prisoners and security officials at a corrective labor camp in Kamas, Utah, where inmates […]

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Changing Course: Ending America’s New Normal

Changing Course: Ending America’s New Normal

| May 19, 2015

As the 2016 presidential campaign season gets underway in earnest, Changing Course looks back to the fall of 2014 and follows a small group of friends and neighbors as they struggle to come to grips with America’s steady, but slow growing economy and what it could mean for each of their futures. As the book […]

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Changing Course: Ending America’s New Normal

Changing Course: Ending America’s New Normal

| April 25, 2015

Changing Course: Ending America’s New Normal takes place in the fall of 2014 and follows a small group of friends and neighbors as they struggle to come to grips with America’s stagnant economy and soft job market. As the families at the center of Changing Course try to adjust to America’s “new normal,” they are […]

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