Politics & Social Sciences

When Memories Remain

When Memories Remain

| March 26, 2018

The continuing story of twins David and Dennis Pischke who survived more than a decade of abuse at the hands of their violently unstable stepfather. Within these pages lies the answer to the burning question of what happened to the twins after they left the isolated farm where they grew up and why at mid-life, […]

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CRAZY FUN THOUGHTS

CRAZY FUN THOUGHTS

| February 14, 2018

Take a trip into your own mind. Explore new ideas and discuss them with your friends. This is the ideal coffee table or dinner party book. It is full of interesting ideas and topics to promote thinking and discussion. It is neither a scholarly work nor intended to be right. Some of the things said […]

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Two Images of God-Quest

Two Images of God-Quest

| January 26, 2018

Christianity vs. Islam: What will be the outcome? New suspense novel series explores the question “Why can’t we all get along?” The conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims is not just imaginary. It’s very real. In Book 1 of the Two Images of God series, Quest explores the search for peaceful co-existence between Christianity, Islam, and […]

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Two Shades of Vice: Based on the true story of an interracial couple’s life together in crime

Two Shades of Vice: Based on the true story of an interracial couple’s life together in crime

| January 8, 2018

The action is hot in Kansas City during the 1960s. Gordon Reynolds happens to be a vicious criminal who has served prison time in five different states over a period of twenty-five years. Gordon is determined to muscle his way into major rackets such as prostitution, bootlegging whiskey, robbery, hijacking and contraband cigarettes. He eventually […]

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Mad World

Mad World

| January 5, 2018

Mad World gives a philosophical analysis on the advent of modern technological influences, unplanned procreation, and the deleterious issues of contemporary thought in present-day society.

Vector: Tradecraft Phase Zero

Vector: Tradecraft Phase Zero

| January 1, 2018

When researcher Jawad Khattib gasps his last breath on the Massachusetts General Hospital floor, the Department of Homeland Security wants answers—especially after a preliminary autopsy suggests he died of radiation poisoning. What exactly was Khattib working on? And who was he working for? DHS Agent Lee Jansen is rushed to Boston and paired with expert […]

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Sally and Billy in Babyland and Their Adventures With Kitty the Cat

Sally and Billy in Babyland and Their Adventures With Kitty the Cat

| December 22, 2017

Sally and Billy are siblings abandoned in the woods, and who fall under the control of Big Baby, a narcissistic despot who rules a dystopian place known as Babyland. Big Baby has captured Sally and Billy’s cat, and he doesn’t like to share. But they are determined to save her, and must confront his loyal, […]

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FIX FEAR by SIC ILL

FIX FEAR by SIC ILL

| November 26, 2017

Demetrius C. Jackson, also known as the artist SIC ILL writes this book in hopes of giving others self-esteem and self-confidence. This book is not a substitute for therapy and you should immediately contact a professional for help if needed. This book is meant to be a 12-step plan that can be easily accessed. Browse […]

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The New America

The New America

| November 17, 2017

In 2042, James Martin had become a member of the Presidential Caucus, a band of four powerful men charged with the responsibility of governing the United States of America. But that wasn’t good enough for James because he had bigger plans. America was just his stepping stone to the ultimate goal, which was to become […]

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The Proclamation of the Demon in I

The Proclamation of the Demon in I

| November 8, 2017

“I believe that it was at this tender age of six, with the help of my loving mother’s bull***t stories that I began to question the idea of reality” Madison’s new book is perhaps his most confronting and provoking so far, yet you’ll all probably call him crazy after reading what he has written through […]

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