Month: August 2018

The Spy’s Gamble By: Howard Kaplan

The Spy's Gamble by Howard Kaplan on June 5, 2018 Goodreads “Kaplan is...without peer in his grasp of the delicate and explosive relationship between the Israelis and the Palestinians. This is a thriller in the best tradition of the genre.” -Los Angeles Times When the Israeli Prime Minister boards a new stealth submarine in Norfolk, Virginia intending a celebratory ride and the sub vanishes, it sets in motion a suspenseful story that intertwines the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a story of what could be. Shai Shaham—an Israeli intelligence officer—contacts old friend and adversary Ramzy Awwad—a former PLO...

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His Perfect Love By: Sharon K. Connell

His Perfect Love by Sharon K. Connell Goodreads No one crosses Jerry Windham and gets away with it. Not even a woman as shrewd as Patricia Campbell. After uncovering this man’s dreadful secrets about women reported missing, she ran. Even two years later, she can't get rid of the thought that he'll never stop looking for her. He’d do anything to see her dead, or worse. Unaware of the FBI’s search for her to learn what information she might hold, she continues to hide. A new look, a new city and job, fearful thoughts suppressed, Patricia moves on. Three...

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Arlo’s Epiphany- The Secret Life and Career of Arlo the Barncat By:  Jane Oldaker

Arlo’s Epiphany- The Secret Life and Career of Arlo the Barncat By:  Jane Oldaker   Confidence and self-esteem are personality traits which can have a great impact upon an individual’s life.  When they are high you feel unstoppable.  The opposite is often the case when self-esteem is low.  Considering this, it will come as no great surprise that in order to be a crack secret agent, these are indispensable traits that one must possess.  Even if that individual happens to be a cat!  This is just such the case in the book Arlo’s Epiphany- The Secret Life and Career...

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Flint of Dreams By:  Charles Peterson Sheppard

Flint of Dreams By:  Charles Peterson Sheppard   Pride is a funny thing.  It can lead people to do great things, but it can also be the force behind many ill-advised actions and decisions.  Foolish and irrational choices will frequently be made in order to sustain one’s elevated sense of ego.  When such feelings are combined with youthful angst and a dismal upbringing, we are left with an individual who truly has the odds stacked against them.  However, even in the most unlikely of circumstances, a reluctant hero may potentially emerge.  This is just such the case with Flint...

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