Farmington, MO, August 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- American Exceptionalism by Jack Adler
In a highly controversial book and college course, an American professor dares to challenge the common belief in “American Exceptionalism” and that the United States is a paragon among nations. He is kidnapped by a right-wing, arch-patriot group and sentenced to die. His fraternal twin brother who has just overcome his criminal past to be elected to Congress seeks to rescue him at the risk of wrecking his significant new role. “American Exceptionalism” examines their dramatic careers as their lives reflect the explosive strains of the national concept staunchly held by many and resolutely denied by others. The conflicts they face lead to a final lethal resolution.
The Fly That Followed Me by Malay A. Upadhyay
The first book in the Kalki Evian series saw Kanha Evian rescued from a ghastly train accident - a move that spawned a parallel reality. However, what he was never told was that his rescuers had traveled back in time once before. Only, this time, they did not save him.
The Fly That Followed Me is a prequel to Kalki Evian: The Ring of Khaoriphea. It recounts Kanha Evian’s journey across India in the days leading up to his train accident. His time-traveling rescuers retrieve a diary that opens up the world that led Kanha to his eventual fall. As they begin to read through the pages, the story unfolds backward in time.
Venture into a narrative that runs as much in the mind of the protagonist as in the real world, accompanied by a single fly that may yet change the course of our world.
Morning Song By Vanayssa Somers
In her fifteenth year, Kathryn Bond’s life was thrown off course by a violent crime. Headed for Olympic glory, she instead began a long journey toward healing, her dreams having turned to dust.
One day she sat down to write a romance novel and began a career that would make her the most popular romance author in the world and a multi-millionaire before she turned thirty.
But her dreams of romance remained on the computer screen and in her books, for she could not recover from the long-ago attack which had changed the course of her life. She avoided men at all costs, if she possibly could.
Her dreams of being kissed, of having a strong pair of arms around her, remained that - only dreams. But her married friends never gave up, sure they could find for her that special someone who would heal those terrifying memories once and for all.
One day, her world turned upside down again, when an experienced war correspondent walked into her life. A man who understood everything. And understood her.
Just when it was all coming together for Kathryn, a phone call brought life-altering news. A child was coming into her life, an orphaned little girl, whose addicted mother had died. A child who had been damaged by abuse and needed one thing above all else - she needed healing.
With her lover’s help, Kathryn has to face her demons once and for all, and rise above them, to meet the needs of this broken child.
Snowfall's Secret by Natalie Silk
Mrs. Greenfield Thought to Jamie and the words were clearly in S’Renen. You are being sought after and we can’t let anything happen to you. S’Renen is still occupied and Deg’Arios agents are looking for you. Now speaking in English, “It is very important that you must remain here in hiding. Please understand this.”
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