Amie was just an average girl, living in her home town close to friends and family. She was happily married and she had her future all planned out. They would have two adorable children, while she made award winning programmes for television.
Lukas Dvorak—pacifist, scientist, and circus acrobat—is living his ideal life working as a research analyst for his employer Brooklyn Capital Management, an obscure Wall Street firm located away from the Wall Street establishment in Brooklyn, New York.
The feudal era has ended. New reforms and modernization have swept through Japan. The massive change has made the long established daimyo, the wealthy families, and yakuza gangs compete with one another for position and influence in the fledgling government. Unrevealed to the participants, subversive elements are at work to reverse the new reforms
Having worked his way up from a lower class son of a samurai to the level of daimyo, the Japanese civil war has ruined everything. Accused for crimes he did not commit, the disgraced Daimyo Kawahara has lost his province, family, wealth and status.
Japan is in the later part of the feudal era and America is in the decline of the gold rush period. Unbeknownst to Daimyo Nakabiashi, his entire feudal estate was traded away by a high ranking samurai retainer for the deed to a gold mine in America.
The new administration's kinder, gentler CIA has clamped a tight lid on a horrific sequence of events in the European theater, Knowledge of the events would provide fodder for opponents of the Agency's new image and policies.
Bookstore owner and novice antiquarian, Sebastian Kaine is proud of his new profession and even prouder still of the collection of antique books on the occult that he keeps locked away in the basement of his bookstore.
It’s time for a vacation so Tom decides that an adventure on mainland Alaska is in order. Swan joins him and they head across Alaska and British Columbia toward Ketchikan on an old motorcycle. It’s an interesting trip to take in the autumn, especially with the frosty nights and a hot companion. Their vacation is full of delight and wonderment as Tom and Swan explore their new love and see the sights of Alaska
"The Last Bature" is a policeman's story set in Nibana, an imaginary West African state, shortly after gaining its independence from the British in 1962. What begins as a straightforward investigation by the last British policeman in the Northern Region and an African inspector, quickly turns to intrigue when the intelligence services of the superpowers vie with each other to secure a breakthrough in weapons technology.
If Truth Be Known is a story of adventure, mystery, and love. It begins with a set of unpredictable circumstances that put into motion a journey that carries you from the jungles of Mexico to Colorado and back.
CIA Special Ops Team, Call Sign: Wrecking Crew is sent overseas on a Top Secret mission. Once the mission is completed, they rapidly realize they are merely Pawns in an International Chess Game that turns into a Political Firestorm. As a result, they are disavowed. Accompanied by Firefights, Fate, and Faith, they finally find a way home. After arriving, they discover governmental abuses of the Constitution. Will they survive long enough to thwart these enemies of the State?
A group of young tech-savvy hackers breaks into Long Island's Gameland, a formerly militarized wasteland that was, for years, abandoned to the Infected Undead. But now it's been reclaimed by a government-sponsored company interested in merging virtual reality and survival gaming into a single seamless package for entertaining the rich and well-connected. But while breaking into The Game is a lot easier than they could ever have imagined, breaking out turns into a hell of a killer.
In 1995, CIA/FBI jointly discovered secret plans to recover a trove of priceless treasure from deep below the North Atlantic Ice Barrier, aboard the RMS Titanic. An ultra-zealous terrorist group competed against other divers, which set off a complex web of international intrigue and suspense.
K. Jered Mayer's debut novel is chock-full of action, memorable characters, incredible set-pieces, a twisting plot, some dark humor and conflicts full of questionable moral decisions. From a haunting, lonely opening to a bloody, twisted ending, Waypoint will keep you glued to each page.
Three doctors go on vacation inside the Amazon Rainforest. Through a tragic accident they discover a man by the name of Natowa (Naht ow ah) living in the rainforest who has cures and antidotes for cancer and other deadly diseases. As the doctors find out much more about him, they discover Natowa was born Miguel Henry Andre, and was taken from his family through a high profile kidnapping where his death was staged and was secretly raised by a native woman and a missionary doctor. His twin…
Finding himself entangled in a series of mishaps and misfortunes mostly of his own making, and facing looming retribution from every quarter, he finally departs his native city. Aided by Hubris, a seller of spells who similarly declines to pay his dues to Wizards' Hall, and Marna, a feisty thiefess with a quick tongue and a quicker temper, Gaspar hopes to lie low for a while, but events continue to go awry, leading from one catastrophe to the next in quick succession.
Marvin Haskin (Boom) was finally getting comfortable in life. He had learned how to dismiss his troubles, large and small. He came to believe that he didn’t matter much, and that nothing else really did, either.
Mitch Hasslet, a war photojournalist relegated to a desk job, is the sole witness to a heist of Mayan artifacts. Recruited by the enigmatic director of the Museum of Art and Antiquities, Mitch is sent to Guatemala, the last location the shipment was tracked to. Acting as the museum staff photographer, Mitch joins a group of archaeologists. His goal is to locate the artifacts as swiftly as possible so that he can collect his compensation and get the hell out of the jungle.