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An intriguing historical fantasy, a rich and multi-layered tale of politics, religion and spirituality in ancient Egypt.
Ancient Egyptian civilization has reached new heights of power and achievement. But the country is wracked with fear and unrest, stirred by nefarious priests who use terror and violence to amass wealth and control the people.
Even the brilliant Queen Nefertiti has been unable to bring peace to her country. Her efforts of simply magnified the unrest, and Egypt hovers on the brink of civil war.
Nefertiti’s daughter, Merit-Aten, was born with the powerful gift of insight and the ability to communicate with animals. Merit-Aten is desperate to protect her family and save her beloved country, but the dangers are growing every day. Can a young girl restore peace to war-torn Egypt?
Merrie’s love for Egypt and its rich history was sparked on an elementary school field trip to The Rosicrucian Museum in San Jose, California.
After college Merrie embarked on a career in journalism and eventually found success in the television industry. But her passion for Egyptian culture and history, and she has both traveled and studied the country extensively.
Merrie, her husband and their two children live in Coloroado. Recently she published Born in Orgasmic Bliss, an educational account of her own spiritual quest to achieve a natural, joyful and pleasurable birth experience.
With surprises, twists, and turns, this is as good a legal thriller as you will get.
A brilliant courtroom thriller
Sarah Newby worked hard for the life she’s built for herself and her family. As a single, teenage mother with nowhere to turn, Sarah dropped out of school at 15 and moved to an inner-city slum.
Now she’s an ambitious and successful barrister. And her son Simon’s just been charged with multiple rapes and murders. The evidence against him is overwhelming, but Simon insists that he’s innocent. Sarah doesn’t think her child is capable of such atrocities, and she agrees to take his case.
Things are further complicated when another suspect is named. And Sarah’s defended him in court before.
A nail-biting read that could happen in your neighborhood!
Lisa Kaamp runs a small but successful home daycare program in her quiet Michigan town. She loves her work and can handle pretty much any kid-related emergency you can think of.
But she’s never dealt with something like this.
Four thugs have taken Lisa and the children in her care hostage. They’ve tied her up in one room with the kids in another. The authorities are working to rescue them, but as the horrors inside her home continue to mount, Lisa knows it’s up to her to save herself and the children.
Bestselling author Chris Stralyn spent years in different careers before turning her focus to writing. Her short stories, essays and novel have earned her recognition from both critics and readers alike. She currently lives in Michigan with her family.
SLEEPING DOGS reads like a novel written by a master craftsman, not a first time novelist.
In this dark thriller of political intrigue, a foreign interest, successor to the deeply embedded assets of the former Soviet Union, has spent decades and limitless capital subverting the social, political, and economic infrastructure of the United States. It has gained control of the White House. Congress and the Supreme Court are almost in hand. But its handpicked President has gone off the reservation and his handlers want him killed. The assassination has to look like right wing zealots committed the act.
The “Team”, a small but powerful group from the intelligence and military communities and well-funded by certain private sector interests, is attempting to combat this foreign threat. Principal antagonists include a Russian operative who reports directly to the president of the Russian Federation, a billionaire arbitrager who launders and distributes the funds used to infiltrate and subvert the critical elements of American society, an amoral, ambitious, and greedy US senator with his roving eye on the presidency, and a mysterious, terrifying killer named Maksym. Opposing them, the Team is led by a retired no-bullshit intelligence operative, an Old School Marine Corps general, and the most dangerous group of human beings on the planet – a former black ops unit known as the Sleeping Dogs.
These men are Mother Nature’s beta models for the next leap forward in human evolution – stronger, faster, smarter. Their original blacker-than-black ops purpose was deemed too politically incorrect by a former president. The operation was shut down by Executive Order, which also called for the termination of the members of the unit with extreme prejudice. They learned of it in time to fake their deaths and went underground for almost two decades. Now the Team has called them back into service. Someone has let the Dogs out! Over 8oo years ago Chaucer warned of the dangers of waking sleeping dogs. Now someone will pay a horrific price for such foolishness.
John Wayne Falbey has worn many hats: attorney, martial artist, real estate developer, triathlete, university professor, competitive cyclist, lecturer, downhill skier, author, and adventurer. He has published numerous works of nonfiction on law, real estate development, and finance; but his preference has always been fiction, particularly the thriller genre. He wrote his first such novel in his “spare time” as a student at Vanderbilt University School of Law in order to counter the regimentation of law school. He also holds Masters and Doctoral degrees in business management and is a frequent lecturer, panelist, and moderator in the real estate development industry. His latest novel, Sleeping Dogs: The Awakening, is the first in a planned trilogy. When not traveling for business or pleasure, he and his wife live in Naples, Florida.
It will propel you into another world and hold you spellbound until the end!
At a high-class house near Palermo, three prostitutes have been knifed to death, their foreheads slashed with a strange mark, their bodies dumped on the madam’s doorstep. When the chief inspector does little to solve the case, the madam summons her lifelong friend and asks her to catch the killer.
A forty-something midwife with seven children and diminishing funds, Serafina decides she must help her friend. She plunges into the investigation, gathering evidence, following leads. She meets with relatives and friends of the deceased and discovers a thread common to all three victims.
But when a fourth victim is strangled, Serafina’s hopes for a quick resolution are dashed. Her emotional low is short-lived, however. In a defiant meeting with the don, she makes an important discovery. Convinced of the murderer’s identity, she conceives a daring plan and, with the help of her daughter, unmasks the killer.
Susan was born on the north side of Chicago, Evanston to be precise. After attending Marywood High School for Girls and St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, she received a B.A. in English Literature from Marquette University.
She is a writer, a mother, a grandmother, a widow. She has taught language arts and creative writing, worked for a major publisher, worked for a major airline, driven equipment on airport ramps she’s known and loved, traveled. Like William Faulkner’s Dilsey, she’s seen the best and the worst, the first and the last. Through it all, and to understand it somewhat, she writes.