Prevention by J. C. Dashwood

Oliver Dalton’s job is to see patterns in DNA. His government has hired him, on a temporary contract, and his task is to analyse data from the National DNA database. The purpose, his government says, is to find persons who are genetically fit for jobs in science and technology. Such persons are very much wanted,…

Annihilation by Frank D’Ambra

With a plan 15 to 20 years in development, terrorists are ready to deposit a Chemical Weapon of Mass Destruction into the Jet Stream of The United States. FBI agents and the vast Intel Network of The United States are in a race against time to prevent an attack capable of eliminating the entire population…

Jesus Christ Divided: Solving the Mystery of the New Testament by Michael LaFond

Was Jesus sane? Could Jesus be sane and believe in Christianity himself? Currently, scholars avoid the dilemma by distancing Jesus and the apostles from Christian beliefs. This book will take a different approach, acknowledging that Jesus was both sane and Christian, according to the society and culture of his time. By proving that Saint Paul…

From Degradation to Redemption: A Tale of Recovery by Isaac X

From Degradation to Redemption is the true story of a young man´s journey into a life of alcohol, drugs and escorts. Isaac X´s obession towards instant gratification took him to places he thought he would never venture. He began to live the unlivable and accept the unacceptable. Just as he thought there was no turning…

His Truth in Living Words by Ruben Ramonez Garza

A handful of radicals born and raised in California in the seventies got deported as youth to less liberal states for reform—places like Pecos High School in Pecos, Texas, where bible-backed communities sew them through graduation. Some rebels went off to college, a few took root, and others hit the highway. During peacetime in the…

Poetry Changes Lives by Christopher Burn

Poetry Changes Lives is a page-a-day of history, poetry and inspiration. The book informs the reader about the historical significance of that particular day, introduces new poems and encourages the practice of daily reflection. It appeals to students, the literary minded, those who are interested in little known historical facts (did you know that Wittgenstein…

Daniel Revisited by Mark Davidson

Discover the Events Leading to the Antichrist as Revealed in Daniel Does the Bible have anything to say about the end times and the rise of the Antichrist prior to the Tribulation? Will the Antichrist rise from Rome or Islam? Are events happening currently in the Middle East spoken of in Scripture in any detail?…

Rhuna: Crossroads by Barbara Underwood

The sequel to Rhuna: Keeper of Wisdom, and the second book in an exciting and unique historical fantasy series! Rhuna: Crossroads is set in exotic Ancient Egypt and features unforgettable characters and a riveting adventure. “full of twists, many unexpected” – Melissa “fast paced and quite a page turner” – Simone “a gripping sequel” –…

Side Door by Sabine Vance

What does it mean to feel ‘at home’ – at home in a place, with yourself, and with a lover? Seeking to run from her troubled life in New Zealand, Finn sets out to start a new life in Dublin. However, she struggles to free herself from the damage of her painful past, and her…