Spiritual warfare is crucial to the plot, but this book is still a murder mystery…Thought-provoking and an enjoyable read.
Hired to investigate the death of an Aboriginal painter, private detective Johnny Ravine is drawn into a complex mystery as dangerous as it is intriguing. Environmental politics, land rights and Aboriginal spirituality are explored with subtlety. For the hero and reader alike there is a valuable lesson to be learned about the importance of discerning which voice is proclaiming life and love when all is not as it seems.
Like Stephen King, he knows how to summon serious scares.
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After falling in love in college, newlyweds Anna and Nouri moved to Iran, where Nouri is from. They begin to settle into their new life together just as the Iranian Revolution begins, and the world is turned upside down.
Life becomes increasingly difficult for Anna under the new regime, and every day new restrictions are placed on the country’s women.
As the violence and and danger continue to mount, Anna begins to understand that there is no one she can trust, not even Nouri.
Libby Fischer Hellmann is the acclaimed author of 10 novels and 20 published short stories. After living and working for the news industry in D.C., Libby moved to Chicago, where she founded her own communications company. In addition to writing, Libby conducts speaker training programs for communications professionals.
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A dose of reality-based fiction that you won’t soon forget.
In this smart, fast-paced novel, readers are introduced to El Rey, the brutal and mysterious assassin known as the King of Swords.
Police captain Romero Cruz, has discovered a violent plot to disrupt the upcoming G-20 Summit that’s set to take place in Mexico. Cruz must race to find El Rey and stop him before he assassinates some of the world’s top politicians – including the American and Mexican presidents.
Why did Jason Dee’s great-grandfather insist that his parents name Jason after him in the first place? The man never went by his first name, but by his middle name, William. Besides, it wasn’t like his family had been close to his great-grandpa or anything. Jason could count on one hand the number of times he’d actually spoken to the old codger in his entire life.
Even after the horrific accident which claimed Jason’s left arm and his dad, there was not even one token display of sympathy from the man. But when his great-grandfather suddenly dies and leaves him with a cryptic letter apologizing for the very incident that shattered his life, Jason’s reality, and subsequently his identity, takes a sudden shift out of the norm, and into realms of the unimaginable.
With each question more perplexing than the next, it’s the first that proves most daunting: can Jason accept the hand that fate dealt him and realize that his true identity isn’t what’s lacking on the outside, but rather what lies buried within?