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by Kathy Dunnehoff
Overview of Plan On It
It’s a logical plan to Professor Hattie McLean. Date 6 men in 6 months and one will be the clear choice to father her child. But biology involves the heart as well… even if she didn’t plan on it!
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by Russell Brooks
For fans of Barry Eisler, Robert Ludlum, and Clive Cussler.
CIA operative, Ridley Fox, never stopped hunting his fiancée’s killers–a weapons consortium called The Arms of Ares. When an informant leads him to an old bunker outside of Groznyy, Chechnya, Fox is captured, beaten, and left for dead. When the informant rescues him, Fox learns that his capture was no coincidence: someone had set him up–possibly another government agent. Fox barely escapes after learning that Ares has acquired a hyperdeadly microbe–called Pandora–that is believed to have wiped out ancient civilizations. The trail leads Fox to Tokyo where he discovers that people within the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Japanese Intelligence want Pandora for themselves. The only person Fox can trust is a woman from his past who he nearly got killed.
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by SJB Gilmour
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by Shirley Martin
Captured by the Indians as a child, Rebecca is torn between her love for her adopted people and her yearning for the white man, Daniel Chamberlain.
In the midst of the French and Indian War, a time when no Englishman is safe, they find their love may not be enough to keep them together.
They were lovers from two different worlds, brought together by war, separated by a way of life.
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by Morris Rosenthal
Zombies collide with monetary policy in this satirical adventure story that pits a devastating virus against quantitative easing. Set in the near future, half of the world’s population has been wiped out by the zombie virus and economies are in ruins. But the zombies aren’t the monsters that everybody believes they are, and some wonder if governments know more than they are admitting. Could the zombie virus be the result of an attempt to reduce entitlement spending that spun out of control?
Two young zombie masters set out to discover who created the zombie virus and why. Aisha has survived nearly a year on the run from the Feds, the narrator is transformed into a zombie master in the opening chapter. With the Feds in pursuit, the two search for answers and a bit of romance while using their control of zombies to break through the government propaganda and tell people the truth.
Find out why the housing market never recovered and what the Fed’s Operation Twister means to do about it. Follow bail-out economics to its logical conclusion, and meet the zombies who just want somebody to tell them what to do. Maybe America isn’t as far from a real zombie apocalypse as we think!