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Any Means Necessary – David DeLee

Alone on the Atlantic Ocean, three days out from Boston Harbor and the coastline of America, the MV CALEB may be bringing a very dangerous cargo to the United States. Brice Bannon, along with his friends Tarakesh “Blades” Sardana and Skyjack McMurphy, must confirm the existence of the threat and then neutralize it by any means necessary.    Read More >



Alexandria Rising – Mark Wallace Maguire

His grandfather left him with one task. Destroy a map that had been kept hidden for centuries. He could never imagine the journey it would lead him on and the secrets he would discover. This action adventure novel has a perfect balance of serious suspense and wry humor, that ties in themes of history and culture, balanced with mystery and romantic tension. While its content is unique, author Mark Wallace Maguire’s style and storytelling has been compared to Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy and Dan Brown    Read More >

Starting the Slowpocalypse (Books 1-3 Omnibus) – James Litherland

The first 3 Slowpocalypse novels (Certain Hypothetical, Threat Multiplication, and Compromised Inside) plus the prequel short story (Durable Impressions) in one massive volume— When FURC Director Jonathan Miles makes the decision to seal the compound containing the first Federal University Research Complex to keep the facilities out of the hands of a secessionist governor, he starts a chain of events hastening the collapse of an already crumbling civilization and putting the FURC community in peril. And his daughter Kat fights to protect them as they ...    Read More >

Cyber Doomsday – Garth Wilcox

Cyber terrorists have developed a new type of malicious code. It has the potential to freeze all digital technology in one massive cyber attack. This act of cyber warfare would cripple the power grid, topple the banking system, and shut down all communications and transportation. The result would throw our nation back to the horse and buggy days. Our digitally connected society is not prepared to live without technology. The terrorists demand a 30 billion dollar ransom as well as the lifting of some politically ...    Read More >

Arisen, Omnibus One – Michael Stephen Fuchs & Glynn James

The first three books of the bestselling Arisen series collected here have a 4.5-star average on 1,317 Amazon reviews. The series as a whole has sold over a quarter million copies. Readers call it: “a non stop thrill ride” … “unputdownable” … “the most original and well-written zombie novels I have ever read” … “riveting as hell – I cannot recommend this series enough” … “Knock Down Drag Out FANTASTIC!!!!!!” … “Wow. Just wow.” … “the action starts hot and heavy and does NOT let up” ...    Read More >



The Reader – Traci Chee

A stunning debut set in a world where reading is unheard-of, perfect for fans of Inkheart and Shadow and Bone. Sefia knows what it means to survive. After her father is brutally murdered, she flees into the wilderness with her aunt Nin, who teaches her to hunt, track, and steal. But when Nin is kidnapped, leaving Sefia completely alone, none of her survival skills can help her discover where Nin’s been taken, or if she’s even alive. The only clue to both her aunt’s disappearance and ...    Read More >

Encounters with the Celestials, The Living Part of a Timeless Legend – M.G. Hawking

Beginning at the dawn of the 4000 year-old kingdom of Zhang Zhung on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, throughout Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and the Himalayan regions of India, there has endured an extraordinary legend of “celestial mountain goddesses” living in an inaccessible region of the vast wilderness of the Great Himalayan Range. Transcribed directly from the archived field notes and journals of Hawking’s five years in Nepal and Tibet, this book contains detailed descriptions of three encounters Hawking and his companions experienced with the fabled mountain goddesses, ...    Read More >

Home on the Waves: A Pacific Sailing Adventure – Patrick Hill

Patrick, a civil engineer, and Heather, a legal secretary, needed a change of lifestyle – so they built a 42-foot fibreglass sailboat in their backyard. They packed up their two children, Jeremy, 16, and Erica, 12, and headed out for a 14-month and 15,000-mile adventure around the Pacific. They harbor-hopped down the Californian and Mexican coasts, crossed the South Pacific, visiting the Marquesas Islands, Tuamotu atolls, Tahiti and the Society Islands. Departing from Bora Bora they headed back north visiting the Hawaiian Islands. For a ...    Read More >