Lincolnshire, IL, October 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Says the author, Marking Time chronicles seven years observing innocent, or merely marginally guilty, and always grossly over-punished Federal Prison Inmates, searching for that "Criminal Mind" that criminologists describe as elusive and extraordinary, but the "holier than thou" US regards as apparent and ubiquitous, and confirming US' system of justice as severely damaged, possibly beyond repair, wherein life tenured Black Robes mete "Just US," pursuant to the "Rule of Ours" instead of Justice and the Rule of Law they mouth when and where it will not matter, in the proverbial "Federal Case," wherein the phrase "no respecter of persons" is given perverse, sinister meaning, wherein the accused is "guilty until proven innocent beyond all doubt" instead of "innocent until proven guilty by a jury of one's peers beyond a reasonable doubt," wherein the innocent and ignorant are trapped, stripped of their assets, dignity, families, freedoms and futures in US' phony Holy Wars on Crimes and Drugs, both of which US fabricates, distributes, and presents to juries through schnitzes that US bribes for entrapments and testimony, all to US' momentary aggrandizement, but everlasting shame.
Writes William Tankersley, discerningly: "An eye opening book for those who haven't lived it and a stark reminder for those who have. Once you turn the first page, you will realize the writing skill of G. Hook and his unique brand of wit for a subject that could reach up from hell and grab any person, dragging them into a nightmare world. Never say 'it couldn't happen to me.'"
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Hooked on Haiku defines haiku, give a brief history of Haiku and highlights 291 original haiku. What is haiku, you ask? Here’s one from the book:
A Tiny Sparrow
Falling Freely Flaps Her Wings
And Swallows a Fly.
A Price of the Roads
Is an Occasional Death
Of Princely Bred Toads.
Writes Amazon's First Reader: "I'm thoroughly enjoying this book of Haiku. I downloaded it to my phone, and I read a few of these when I'm waiting around. I love having Kindle on my Android!"
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The Commander's Wife is Pamela Grayson; Commander Grayson an average soldier willing to take a chance, requiring action beyond his own high code of ethics, so that he would achieve a position of prominence not otherwise available to him. In marrying him, Pamela has gained a measure of respectability not otherwise hers, and assured of its continuation, albeit through mediocrity. A newly minted Academy Lieutenant, Richard Hartley becomes opportunistic upon Pamela's persuasion, even though against the Commander's ultimate goal of redemption. The Commander's Wife tells of the immorality of amorality, the devastating effects of putting one's self and others at risk solely for the excitement of their reactions and one's own.
Amazon's Frankly Speaking wrote: “Enjoyed The Commander's Wife immensely, its unique and swift moving story line, and subtle twists and turns--agendas hidden from the present by the past, and not revealed until the very end.”
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Four Short Stories About (but not for) Children: Henry Warren--Left at the door steps of Episcopal Hall, a home for boys, by his mother, following the death of his father, frightened little Henry learns his lessons well on his way to becoming a self-confident Hank. Fall (A Christmas Story)-When a simple, well intentioned experiment goes awry, will unexpected consequence be everlasting? Sugar-The true story beyond the Journey to the Ultimate Solution and The Children Saved, which won Reagans for Genevieve Swag, the noted journalist! Capture the Flag-Do the games boys play foretell the more deadly ones played by men and Nations?
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