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"All the Bishop's Men" by C. P. Holsinger - Something doesn't seem quite right when Lt. Nick Greer responds to a call of an apparent suicide of a Catholic priest. His gut feelings tell him there may be much more to the priest's death than anyone had imagined. In the midst of all this mayhem, he suddenly finds himself involved in an unexpected romance. Despite increased pressure from his boss, local government officials, and the bishop, Nick follows his instincts, leading him along a trail of murder, terror, and a secret nest of corruption involving high-ranking diocesan officials. (Mystery)
"Swordpoint" - Eugene Francois Vidocq was a thief, an adventurer, and a duelist who searched for his place in life with wit, sword, and passionate love affairs. Hunted by the police agents of revolutionary France and later the agents of Napoleon, he is forced to make the most important decision in his life to survive and become a man of respect. To achieve that, he must transform himself into a new man, an outlaw hunting the outlaws in the name of justice. The road to salvation is hard, but for a man like Vidocq, failure is not an option. (Fiction/Historical)
"The Satan Machine" by David Chacko - The attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II was like no other public attack in the extraordinarily violent twentieth century, but the event is still cloaked in mystery. The Satan Machine takes us down to street level to show how it all came about. And it isn't the way we thought at all. (Action & Adventure)
"Golden Disk of the Sun" by Michael Cole - A jealous and troubled entrepreneur and his fiancée, a beautiful archeologist, hire Eric Shade, a guide, to lead them into the Amazon jungle in search of a priceless Incan treasure. The golden mirror purportedly lies hidden inside a maleficent mountain, a mountain where it has been rumored the mysterious Star Walkers live. They soon discover that much more than an ancient artifact is at stake. (Book One of the Star Walkers Trilogy) (Action & Adventure)
"Tunnels of the Deep" by Michael Cole - Deceit and betrayal await a history professor and the beautiful student who convinces him to leave the safety of the classroom and enter the treacherous Amazon jungle. His inner strength is tested by a man who is every bit as much a predator as the giant anacondas that abound in the swampy marshlands they must cross to locate a tunnel. The tunnel not only leads them to an ancient city, but also to a group of natives who have outlandish powers, which they claim they inherited from the Star Walkers. At first the professor refuses to believe in the legend that a group of gods could have actually descended from the sky in strange ships to impart their wisdom to these natives. But that is before he participates in a ceremony. The rite convinces him that the Star Walkers are much more than just a myth. (Book Two of the Star Walkers Trilogy) (Action & Adventure)
"Strands of Life" by Michael Cole - When Eric Shade purchases a 16th-century letter written by a Spanish conquistador that provides information on how the legendary Star Walkers can be found, he sets out into the Amazon in search of them. Things become mighty complicated when Shade realizes that in addition to having to deal with mercenaries who are hell-bent on killing him, he must also contend with a tribe of cannibals. But it is only when he is confronted with the imposing challenges of an infamous mountain that Shade begins to doubt his own abilities. Deep within this mountain, Shade discovers the truth about the Star Walkers. Much to his horror, he realizes that it is up to him to make certain the world doesn't implode. (Book Three of the Star Walkers Trilogy) (Action & Adventure)
"The Third Temple" by Stephen J. Schrader - The most evil story ever told, the AntiChristo Trilogy continues. The lucky ones died in the cataclysm that ended man’s world. Now shock and horror pile on top of disaster with trip-hammer force decimating what’s left of humanity and ravaging the planet. Until the Antichrist, leading all the legions of Hell, rides in to save the human race from the vengeance of an angry and merciless God. (Science Fiction/Christian)
"Elvis Rex" by Larry Kickham - An orphan uprooted by war, Anthony journeys to Kingdom City, the center of a would-be empire based on violence, slavery and a phony post-apocalyptic religion dictated by an ever-changing Now Testament, only to discover he's an Elvis, a clone of the long-dead pop star, the King of Rock and Roll. (Fiction/General)
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