#JusticePrevails

Agent Mali Hooper is back, and the line between justice and revenge is blurred in a new case that will leave her at odds with her beliefs.

Mali is working with boyfriend and Special Agent, Jacob Black, on a sinister case where pedophiles and human traffickers, the most perverse members of society, are being brutally killed.

The person behind the murders, a woman calling herself Justitia, broadcasts the murders on social media and invites the public to participate. They love it and jump at the chance to be involved, feeling that justice is prevailing.

But is it?

Hot on the trail of Justitia, Mali and Jake use a new tool with questionable legal and ethical ramifications, not looking too closely at whether the ends justify the means. While the tool helps in unexpected ways, Justitia manages to stay one step ahead of them. She continually taunts Mali and the FBI for their inability to stop her, questioning why they would even do so given the service she is providing.

Mali begins to wonder why herself as her past collides with her present life. When her beliefs are put to the ultimate test, Mali must make a choice. In the end, will justice prevail?
 

Don’t miss this fast-paced thriller that will grab you and won’t let go!  Buy #JusticePrevails now!


Meet Kady Hinojosa

Born and raised in California, Kady Hinojosa always loved creative writing. However, she took a logic track in college and studied Computer Science. She met her husband, Jose (an Army Aviator), in Washington DC while on active duty in the Navy. After many years of travel, they now live in the Texas Hill Country near kids and grandkids.

The bulk of her career was spent working as a Business Analyst/Quality Assurance expert for financial, and other, websites. After retiring, she returned to her love of writing and wove her IT experience into her novels, #HuntedLives and #JusticePrevails.

Look for the final installment in the trilogy, #DanceFever, in early September.

Kady explores topics that concern her in a way that captures the readers’ attention in an entertaining way.

Interviewing a Regular Joe

Maxwell Maltz once said, “you can always find the sun within yourself if you will only search.” We often ask ourselves various questions in our search to discover our purpose, questions like, ‘who am I? Why did I come to this world? What for? How can I become the best version of myself? These questions, though intriguing, leave us in an unending sea of doubts and dismays as we struggle to come up with the right answers. Answering these questions demand total self-awareness, authentic knowledge of spirituality, the experience of a life lived fully, a broader view of the world, and many more. Interviewing a regular Joe is a powerful and one-stop-shop approach that answers most of these questions. It is a novel written in a unique style that addresses a highly important aspect of the human personality. This book will guide you as you figure out almost everything about your personality from religion, ethics, politics, socio-economics, and personal point-of-views. It covers many essential topics that range from faith, future, personal greatness, nutrition, and many others. This book is the best read for you if you desire to discover your inner self and nourish your content.

Meet John Rose

John Rose produces books that talk about the problems and hardships human faces throughout life and offers insights and recommendations on answering some of life’s toughest questions in storytelling form.

Devil’s Ledger: A Female Sleuth and International Espionage (A Louise Moscow Novel Book 3)

2022 BOOK EXCELLENCE AWARD FINALIST – THRILLER CATEGORY 2022 B.R.A.G. MEDALLION HONOREE – THRILLER CATEGORY 2022 LITERARY TITAN GOLD AWARD WINNER 2021 PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL HONORABLE MENTION – GENERAL FICTION The world’s oldest bank is in trouble, and CIA operative Louise Moscow wants to save it. This time, the sexy female sleuth takes on a Russian Master of the Dark Arts, in a quest to save Monte dei Paschi Bank of Siena, Italy, founded in 1472. Her investigation leads to the most unlikely of suspects, her own father, who is a top-level attorney defending the Russian. In a race to discover an ancient and mysterious treasure, risking her life to shine a light on financial and political wrongdoing, Louise finds the devil is in the details. Can she expose the rot that has taken hold of Sienna? Or has she finally met her match?

Meet Lorraine Evanoff

Hollywood finance exec, Lorraine Evanoff is the award-winning, best-selling author of the popular Louise Moscow spy thrillers, FOLIAGE, PINOT NOIR, and the newly released DEVIL’S LEDGER. The books follow female sleuth, Louise Moscow, as she travels around the world thwarting terrorist plots and put an end to devastating corruption. Originally from Chicago, Evanoff earned her degree in French from DePaul University. She then scarpered off to Paris for seven years, where she worked under multiple professional identities, including translator, actress, and film producer, in the glamorous City of Light. She returned to the United States and reinvented herself once again, becoming a Certified Financial Manager, and has since worked as a finance exec during dot-com-era in Silicon Valley, and for various Hollywood film companies, notably as CFO of National Lampoon.

The Sins of Others

1993. The war-torn Bosnian countryside. Jane Abbott, a seasoned English conflict zone photographer who is no longer easily surprised, is surprised. Stunned, in fact, to’ve come across the son of THE notorious Ingrid Heimlich—who, until her traceless disappearance twenty years ago, had been the world’s most infamous leftist terrorist. Ben Heimlich, the stranded German kid and wannabe reporter she has picked up by the roadside, is either fearless or incredibly naïve—though probably naïve—and were it not for the platoon of Serbian partisans who intercept them on their way, she’d pestered him incessantly with questions of his mother’s whereabouts.

1994. Still reeling from the horror he had seen in Bosnia—and, as ever, wondering where in the world his mother is—Ben Heimlich moves to the United States and settles in the sparkling local neighborhood and global allegory known as Hollywood. As he gets older and, eventually, more affluent, Ben realizes that, no matter how ostensibly successful he’s become, he can’t escape his lingering despair. When he meets Isabel, who’s left her own traumatic early life in Mexico behind to make a new beginning in Los Angeles, his life takes a dramatic upward turn.

Chapter after chapter, Ben and his mother’s backgrounds and personae are illuminated from a multitude of angles by, among others, a former student activist aboard a hijacked airplane on a dusty stretch of tarmac in the capital of Libya in 1971; an aging homeless actor in Los Angeles still waiting for his break in 1994; a young girl who stumbles through the smoldering ruins of Berlin in 1945; a US State Department operative who interferes with sovereign states all over South America; the involuntary teenage wife of an imperious Sinaloan drug lord who attempts to flee her gilded cage; and the ninety-something-year-old son of German immigrants who’d fought for the United States against his parents’ onetime countrymen in World War II.


Meet Florian Schneider

Born and raised in Germany, Florian Schneider is a former small-time photo journalist turned marginally less small-time advertising photographer. He lives in Southern California with his unbelievably impressive Mexican-American wife.

His latest novel, The Auctioneers, was featured on Reedsy’s Best New Book list with a five star-review in December 2020. In January 2021, Manybooks(dot)net featured The Auctioneers as Best Literary Fiction book of the month. In January 2022, his second novel, The Sins of Others, was named Best Literary Fiction book of the month by Manybooks(dot)net.

Princess of Wolves

No, stop, you’re not supposed to like him.

All your life you’ve been told that you would marry Triton Amerson and that would be that. You don’t get a say on who or what you want to you. You’re the firstborn, the next in line of the throne, you’re the Alpha Princess of Wolves.

Stop thinking about how good he smells; the way his cheeks dimple when he smiles.

You resign yourself to a life of not wanting to get close to him. To give in means you’re accepting your fate. You push him into the arms of another.

The last thing you want to do is fall in love with him, but it’s happening.

Push and pull, you don’t know what to do with yourself as your feelings grow stronger. How are you supposed to cope with life when the one you’re falling for thinks you don’t want anything to do with him? There’s only one thing you can do, be the princess that you are, the Princess of Wolves.


Meet Manswell Peterson

Manswell T. Peterson has endured many challenges in his life. He decided to put those experiences to good use by writing novels as an adult. In 2007, Peterson debuted with the eye-opener, Am I A Priority In Your Life Or An Option? a novel that provides an inside look on the male perspective of juggling women. Also released in the same year was One Last Cry, which was well received by the reading public. Fascinated with the feedback readers were providing, Manswell penned Love Stories #1 One Last Cry: Confessions of the Other Man in Spring 2008. Seeing the results of what a man could bring to the literary community, Manswell decided to delve deeper with another persona, Dark Chocolate. Dark’s mystery remained cloaked with a logo that kept his online fans wanting more. Upon the debut of the Cougar Club in 2009, Dark’s fans were following his voice with a successful online radio show that captivated hundreds of listeners. Sexy erotica adventures held their attention as they patiently waited for the conclusion, Cougar Club: Caribbean Get Away. For the next two years, Manswell decided to work on himself. He ended the radio show and pursued higher education. In the midst of learning, he discovered the love of his life, whom he married. Upon completing his education, Manswell decided to write his memoirs and signed with Nu Cherte Publishing in June 2011

30 Days to Diversity

The humanization of diversity and inclusion is a tough topic, but it’s important. This 30-day guide will help you get started by asking yourself some questions that may be on your mind when it comes to this complex issue like “What does humanizing really mean?” or even more challengingly  “Who are we without our differences?”. You’ll also learn how practicing empathy can go hand in glove with valuing someone else’s perspective so they feel seen as an individual rather than just another member within groups whose membership has been reduced down over time through natural selection processes which sometimes includes violence against those individuals who don’t fit into society expectations anymore.

Meet Gary Brackett

Gary Brackett was born with a love of competition and a will to win. By all accounts, he has already lived a life that most athletes (and even non-athletes) only dream of. If you know anything about football, it’s likely that you know his name. You may remember his impressive stats (he still holds the record for most individual tackles in a Super Bowl). But he is best known for his unwavering passion, unmatched energy and unrelenting work ethic that transformed this “underdog” into a Captain of a World Championship Team.   Since his “retirement” (from football), Brackett has continued tackling opportunities. After hanging up his jersey, he received his MBA from George Washington University and founded Brackett Restaurant Group.  During his time as a restaurateur, he realized the critical ingredients to success, as well as the potential pitfalls to avoid failure.  His own experience, coupled with his obsession with uncovering “hacks” and “secrets” of the world’s most successful leaders and businesses, lead him to create his own signature framework.  He uses the framework as a tool to guide his clients through actionable steps with measurable results.  His training helps clients align themselves with their vision, become crystal clear on their desired outcomes, and unlock the champions they are inside of their organizations.    Brackett has mentored and empowered thousands of small business owners and professionals to realize their value, maximize their potential, and begin to thrive in business and in life.

The False Color Divide: A Peaceful Solution to Racism. Arguments Over, Case Closed

Author’s awakening to the truth to our racial divide. Our racial framed positions by Color have always from elementary learning till now at age 65 have seems wrong and dishonest.

The Red, Black, White, or Yellow of our races have always been a theory with no facts of scientific or medical proof. Understand these races were created in medieval times and it is time to evolve from all the mistakes of mankind’s decisions from our past histories.

May we all evolve to see we are all one of a kind as DNA proves which makes each of us a masterpiece made by God. I can assure you we are all One Race with One God. America is my home, where I hope this can lead not only you but our leaders all to lead us as to what we should be One Race, One Nation under Our One God.

We once upon a time believed our pledge of allegiance was what kept our nation together and it did. Help mend our Indivisible Spirits to come back to our hearts and accept all our citizens as one native breed of Americans by birth and homeland


Meet Robert Aymar

For the past several years I have no longer stated I am white on applications and have only written “other” and “human” instead.

For the past two years I was driven to write a book that evolved while being developed and written.

In the past two months I found the final topping that confirmed my driven beliefs. There is no medical or scientific proof that we are and can be separated into races. Case closed.

Omni Reign

Omni Reign is an adventurous science-fiction novel set in a future where Omni, an all-encompassing artificial superintelligence, governs humanity. To generate fair democratic votes, Omni lets its people constantly observe each other and reads out everyone’s emotions. When Mark’s robotic surgeon botches up a cosmetic body modification, his peers blame him for killing his client. Voted out of society, he is to be suspended in an eternal virtual dream so he won’t ever hurt anyone again. But what if he ignored appropriate medical protocols and hacked together a procedure to revive his client and save his own skin? — In Omni Reign, neither artificial superintelligence nor meta-verse-like experiences or robots destroy. They all work more or less as advertised, which might seem like a utopian future for some. But on an individual level, problems certainly still exist, and human extinction is by no means off the table. — Go down as a nobody or go through with an invention that elevates or destroys humanity? Cyberpunk in the age of AI government, quantum computing, blockchain, metaverse, social credit, and transhumanist medicine

Meet Aeon Mosbach

I grew up in rural Switzerland, where the air tingles from nearby CERN. Surrounded by bandes dessinées, mangas, and books about the Apollo space mission, I dabbled in programming video games and web pages when modems were noisy. Later, I set out to study computer sciences but ended up graduating with a master’s degree in design research. Since, I’ve worked as an innovation researcher and startup consultant in Europe and Asia.

I Need Ammunition, Not a Ride

Do you want to learn about President Zelensky of Ukraine? This is a biography written through the lens of leadership. Zelensky captured the world’s imagination when he defied Russia and stood his ground on February 22, 2022 and you will learn how, and more importantly, why he did it.

Meet Darin Gerdes

Dr. Gerdes is a leadersmith (a craftsman who builds leaders). His ambition is to “help you become the kind of leader that you would want to follow.” He is a Professor of Management in the Hans A. Nielson College of Business, and the Coordinator of Strack Center Leadership Program at Charleston Southern University. He has developed a masters degree in Organizational Leadership and two minors in Leadership Studies. He is the recipient of the 2018 CBFA Teaching Award and two-time Winner of SECRA’s Best Case Award. He has an interdisciplinary background that includes undergraduate degrees in Government and Psychology from Liberty University, and a MBA, a MA in Public Policy, and a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. He has taught at a half dozen Christian colleges and universities including Columbia International University, Colorado Christian University, Oklahoma Baptist University, Geneva college, LCC International University (in Lithuania), Liberty University, and Regent University. He has given lectures internationally in four Eastern European countries. Dr. Gerdes served as a member of his local public school board for three years and he served as a past president of the South Carolina Home Educators Association (SCHEA). He presently serves on the board of the Southeast Case Research Association (SECRA). He is a member of Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA). Dr. Gerdes is a member of Psi Chi (ΨΧ), the National Honor Society for Psychology and Sigma Beta Delta (ΣΒΔ), the International Honor Society for Business. Dr. Gerdes is also the host of the Leadersmith Podcast: https://leadersmith.podbean.com/

Hearts and Spears

This is a unique collection of poems that touch on subjects relevante to our times: Politics, climate change, racism, war, and even the infamous pandemic. But there are also more personal subjects, such as depression. The words are genuine, the style is fresh, and every poem is truly heartfelt. Each piece carries a famous quote at the end, some belong to the author himself, which were often my favorites. This is a modern, relevant kind of poetry which I would recommend to everyone, even to those who think they don’t like poetry. -Amazon Review

Meet Somto Jefferson Uwazie

Somto Jefferson Uwazie is a poet, author and social critic. Using the power of the pen to change lives is his biggest dream.