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By GEÓRGEOS C. AWGERINØS

Eugenia Corais—known as Jenny—is a brilliant intellectual who aspires to transform her Columbia University activism into a media crusade. After she crosses paths with Dietrich Neuendorf, a charismatic, unyielding German human rights attorney haunted by his secret family past, they quickly fall in love.

Meanwhile, eight thousand miles away, in Southern Africa, Rhodesian white settlers break away from the British Commonwealth and are surrounded by hostile Africans demanding immediate independence. The UN imposes an embargo on the former colony, while the hardline Rhodesian regime declares a state of emergency. As violence in the country intensifies, Dietrich is offered a job there to investigate civil rights violations, and a few weeks later, Jenny flies to Africa to join him. Together, they begin a dangerous journey in a tumultuous country on the brink of war.

When Jenny meets an armaments contractor, an unscrupulous man of immense power and oppressive colonial military background, she will encounter a shadow government operating behind the mainstream political smokescreen. She will also discover a dark side she never knew existed – her own.

Jenny’s personal saga unfolds on a historical canvas that spans from cabaret Berlin and wartime Europe to the American Civil Rights era, the anti-Vietnam War protests, and the explosive final days of colonial Africa. EUGENIA: Destiny and Choice charts a quest for human awareness and social conscience in a political dystopia. The epic narrative follows three compelling characters tested by love and promiscuity, moral conflicts and momentous circumstances.


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By Joyce Webb Hahn

It’s 1969. The Vietnam war is raging and American soldiers are dying along with thousands of innocent Vietnamese civilians. Anti-war activists stage protests from coast to coast, and the campuses at U.C. Berkeley, Stanford and SF State are in the midst of the turmoil. Blowing in the Wind is a novel told by two brothers, radical Kim and more conservative Michael, Kim’s girlfriend, Gina, and the brothers’ academic parents who all grapple with the conflicts that confront them. As the protests become more violent, Kim and Michael become hopelessly entangled in the explosive events that swirl around them.


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By GEÓRGEOS C. AWGERINØS

Eugenia Corais—known as Jenny—is a brilliant intellectual who aspires to transform her Columbia University activism into a media crusade. After she crosses paths with Dietrich Neuendorf, a charismatic, unyielding German human rights attorney haunted by his secret family past, they quickly fall in love.

Meanwhile, eight thousand miles away, in Southern Africa, Rhodesian white settlers break away from the British Commonwealth and are surrounded by hostile Africans demanding immediate independence. The UN imposes an embargo on the former colony, while the hardline Rhodesian regime declares a state of emergency. As violence in the country intensifies, Dietrich is offered a job there to investigate civil rights violations, and a few weeks later, Jenny flies to Africa to join him. Together, they begin a dangerous journey in a tumultuous country on the brink of war.

When Jenny meets an armaments contractor, an unscrupulous man of immense power and oppressive colonial military background, she will encounter a shadow government operating behind the mainstream political smokescreen. She will also discover a dark side she never knew existed – her own.

Jenny’s personal saga unfolds on a historical canvas that spans from cabaret Berlin and wartime Europe to the American Civil Rights era, the anti-Vietnam War protests, and the explosive final days of colonial Africa. EUGENIA: Destiny and Choice charts a quest for human awareness and social conscience in a political dystopia. The epic narrative follows three compelling characters tested by love and promiscuity, moral conflicts and momentous circumstances.


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By GEÓRGEOS C. AWGERINØS

Eugenia Corais—known as Jenny—is a brilliant intellectual who aspires to transform her Columbia University activism into a media crusade. After she crosses paths with Dietrich Neuendorf, a charismatic, unyielding German human rights attorney haunted by his secret family past, they quickly fall in love.

Meanwhile, eight thousand miles away, in Southern Africa, Rhodesian white settlers break away from the British Commonwealth and are surrounded by hostile Africans demanding immediate independence. The UN imposes an embargo on the former colony, while the hardline Rhodesian regime declares a state of emergency. As violence in the country intensifies, Dietrich is offered a job there to investigate civil rights violations, and a few weeks later, Jenny flies to Africa to join him. Together, they begin a dangerous journey in a tumultuous country on the brink of war.

When Jenny meets an armaments contractor, an unscrupulous man of immense power and oppressive colonial military background, she will encounter a shadow government operating behind the mainstream political smokescreen. She will also discover a dark side she never knew existed – her own.

Jenny’s personal saga unfolds on a historical canvas that spans from cabaret Berlin and wartime Europe to the American Civil Rights era, the anti-Vietnam War protests, and the explosive final days of colonial Africa. EUGENIA: Destiny and Choice charts a quest for human awareness and social conscience in a political dystopia. The epic narrative follows three compelling characters tested by love and promiscuity, moral conflicts and momentous circumstances.


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By Joyce Webb Hahn

It’s 1969. The Vietnam war is raging and American soldiers are dying along with thousands of innocent Vietnamese civilians. Anti-war activists stage protests from coast to coast, and the campuses at U.C. Berkeley, Stanford and SF State are in the midst of the turmoil. Blowing in the Wind is a novel told by two brothers, radical Kim and more conservative Michael, Kim’s girlfriend, Gina, and the brothers’ academic parents who all grapple with the conflicts that confront them. As the protests become more violent, Kim and Michael become hopelessly entangled in the explosive events that swirl around them.


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By Daniel R. Cillis, PhD

On a spring day early in the 20th Century, the unthinkable occurs.

A horse-drawn wagon carrying a bomb loaded with dynamite and shrapnel explodes in front of the House of Morgan in New York. Dozens are killed, and hundreds are wounded. The Wall Street Explosion, as it came to be known, ensures that the corner of Broad and Wall will be associated with the dawn of organized terror in America. Although New York and the financial center of the world recover, U.S. foreign policy will never be the same.

Months earlier, New Mexico’s statehood was threatened by Article X of the Treaty of Mesilla—the Revert Document. The document, that allows Mexico to reassert its claim over the territory, created an international conspiracy. Spanish-American war hero Adobe Centori, who fought to secure New Mexico statehood, returns in this sequel to Statehood of Affairs. Centori seeks redemption for the woman he could not save in the Revert Document conspiracy, only to be drawn into a greater conspiracy—a secret war against America. After the Wall Street bombing, a series of attacks in New York raises the stakes for all involved, none of whom can deny the sense of a coming catastrophic terror attack.

From New Mexico to New York, a search for anarchists and state-sponsored spies ensues. Centori joins a team of federal agents and city police officers in a campaign to stop the attacks, one that is fraught with dangerous saboteurs. They must uncover an international plot tied to Germany’s ambitions in the coming Great War.


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By Michael Vetter

Malik, Nathan, and Sarina careen from one dangerous escapade to another while plagues from the God of the Hebrews upend their life on the Nile and humiliate Egypt’s pathetic gods. Biblical themes of God’s power over nature and His faithfulness to the people of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are woven into a fictional plot of teenage adventure and intrigue.

The Black Falcon and his gang of mercenaries steal priceless treasures and tons of gold from the sealed tomb of Queen Hatshepsut in the Great Place Valley. An Egyptian general, a Theban police inspector, and an eccentric inventor help the teenage characters pursue the Black Falcon while the maniacal Pharaoh Thutmose III pits his will against Almighty God. An unrelenting chase from Karnak and Thebes in the south to Memphis and Giza in the north barely pauses while Egypt crumbles and millions eventually press their backs against the Red Sea for a showdown against Pharaoh. Who will safely pass through the Red Sea and who will perish by the hand of the LORD of Hosts?

Previous adventures in this series introduced captivating, speculative technologies and Flight From Egypt—Adventures Along the Nile will not disappoint its readers. News of divine plagues spreads via a nationwide heliographic network, secret codes point to a traitor somewhere in the Great House palace, Imhotep’s Horus Eye aerial ship saves the Valley of the Kings from a Nubian attack, and a megavolt device illuminates the pyramids of Giza with a blinding flash. These and other inventions will capture and hold your attention from cover to cover.


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By Augustine Ogbunugwu

Umuokika is a prosperous African community led by Chief Ebube, the son of a great warrior—until a mysterious illness descends upon the people. Its first victim is Ebube’s youngest wife, who becomes sick with a high fever and strange sores. At first, Ebube suspects malaria, but it is not long before others in Umuokika and beyond begin to fall ill.

From the onset of the health crisis, a battle begins between faith and science, the old and the new, and the indigenous and the foreign. In a community torn apart by a simmering debate over which way to resolve the emergency, Chief Ebube finds himself in a precarious situation since his wife is the carrier of the disease. Fueled by a burning desire to uphold religious traditions and save lives, Ebube eventually caves into the demands of the people and follows the prescription of a diviner over medical advice. But what he does not know is that his decision comes with tragic consequences.

Swimming with Lizards is the tale of an African community’s battle with a mystery illness as its leader and his people attempt to contain the ravages of the disease before it is too late for all of them.

“A scorching narrative loaded with complex, thought-provoking aspects …”
—Don Okolo, author/ filmmaker


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By Augustine Ogbunugwu

Umuokika is a prosperous African community led by Chief Ebube, the son of a great warrior—until a mysterious illness descends upon the people. Its first victim is Ebube’s youngest wife, who becomes sick with a high fever and strange sores. At first, Ebube suspects malaria, but it is not long before others in Umuokika and beyond begin to fall ill.

From the onset of the health crisis, a battle begins between faith and science, the old and the new, and the indigenous and the foreign. In a community torn apart by a simmering debate over which way to resolve the emergency, Chief Ebube finds himself in a precarious situation since his wife is the carrier of the disease. Fueled by a burning desire to uphold religious traditions and save lives, Ebube eventually caves into the demands of the people and follows the prescription of a diviner over medical advice. But what he does not know is that his decision comes with tragic consequences.

Swimming with Lizards is the tale of an African community’s battle with a mystery illness as its leader and his people attempt to contain the ravages of the disease before it is too late for all of them.

“A scorching narrative loaded with complex, thought-provoking aspects …”
—Don Okolo, author/ filmmaker


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By Daniel R. Cillis, PhD

On a spring day early in the 20th Century, the unthinkable occurs.

A horse-drawn wagon carrying a bomb loaded with dynamite and shrapnel explodes in front of the House of Morgan in New York. Dozens are killed, and hundreds are wounded. The Wall Street Explosion, as it came to be known, ensures that the corner of Broad and Wall will be associated with the dawn of organized terror in America. Although New York and the financial center of the world recover, U.S. foreign policy will never be the same.

Months earlier, New Mexico’s statehood was threatened by Article X of the Treaty of Mesilla—the Revert Document. The document, that allows Mexico to reassert its claim over the territory, created an international conspiracy. Spanish-American war hero Adobe Centori, who fought to secure New Mexico statehood, returns in this sequel to Statehood of Affairs. Centori seeks redemption for the woman he could not save in the Revert Document conspiracy, only to be drawn into a greater conspiracy—a secret war against America. After the Wall Street bombing, a series of attacks in New York raises the stakes for all involved, none of whom can deny the sense of a coming catastrophic terror attack.

From New Mexico to New York, a search for anarchists and state-sponsored spies ensues. Centori joins a team of federal agents and city police officers in a campaign to stop the attacks, one that is fraught with dangerous saboteurs. They must uncover an international plot tied to Germany’s ambitions in the coming Great War.


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By Joan H. Parks

After their adventures in the land of the one river, the kin set out to return to their families. Along the Great Green Sea, they shelter in a valley from a sudden storm and come upon a fever ridden traveler, who under Dalil’s care survives and regains her heath. A band of rough men arrive intent on capturing her, for reasons that are mysterious. She needs protection but finds it hard to trust the people whom she has fallen among. They protect her time and time again from those who would seize her. She gradually comes to trust Dalil and to see that she must tell him and all their companions why she is being hunted. The girl tells them of her past and her name. Knowing her story and why she is in danger, the kin devise strategies to insure her safety. If she wishes to remain with them, they vow to protect her. Dalil discovers that she is the true partner in his craft of story telling and that she, like he, can change her appearance and speech into that of another. On the journey to Ugarit and then on to where the kin reside on the ancient trade route, they develop their story telling gifts. The rest of the kin look at them with wonder, and then appreciation. Petros and Kaliq, the protectors, plot how their emerging gifts can be of use to the kin.


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By Joan H. Parks

After their adventures in the land of the one river, the kin set out to return to their families. Along the Great Green Sea, they shelter in a valley from a sudden storm and come upon a fever ridden traveler, who under Dalil’s care survives and regains her heath. A band of rough men arrive intent on capturing her, for reasons that are mysterious. She needs protection but finds it hard to trust the people whom she has fallen among. They protect her time and time again from those who would seize her. She gradually comes to trust Dalil and to see that she must tell him and all their companions why she is being hunted. The girl tells them of her past and her name. Knowing her story and why she is in danger, the kin devise strategies to insure her safety. If she wishes to remain with them, they vow to protect her. Dalil discovers that she is the true partner in his craft of story telling and that she, like he, can change her appearance and speech into that of another. On the journey to Ugarit and then on to where the kin reside on the ancient trade route, they develop their story telling gifts. The rest of the kin look at them with wonder, and then appreciation. Petros and Kaliq, the protectors, plot how their emerging gifts can be of use to the kin.


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By Shirley Noe Swiesz

Survival was their dearest hope...these mountain people. Their children were their greatest asset...but they died one by one, long before they reached the age of six, many times at birth along with their mother. When a mother died in childbirth the family was usually broken into tiny pieces...but Mary Breckenridge changed all that with her midwives and nurses. They rode their horses in the middle of the night, in the coldest of winter, to save a mother and her child...but they did more than that...they treated gunshot wounds, snake bites, gave shots, but most of all they gave hope to this mountain community where few had cared until this great woman came into their midst. Mary Breckenridge had vowed never to love again, but she fell in love with these mountain people and served them well...with the courage of Job, she began to live again...a different life, but a full one, and she took an entire mountain of people with her on this journey, along with her nurses and midwives. This is the story that might have been her own.


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By Shirley Noe Swiesz

Survival was their dearest hope...these mountain people. Their children were their greatest asset...but they died one by one, long before they reached the age of six, many times at birth along with their mother. When a mother died in childbirth the family was usually broken into tiny pieces...but Mary Breckenridge changed all that with her midwives and nurses. They rode their horses in the middle of the night, in the coldest of winter, to save a mother and her child...but they did more than that...they treated gunshot wounds, snake bites, gave shots, but most of all they gave hope to this mountain community where few had cared until this great woman came into their midst. Mary Breckenridge had vowed never to love again, but she fell in love with these mountain people and served them well...with the courage of Job, she began to live again...a different life, but a full one, and she took an entire mountain of people with her on this journey, along with her nurses and midwives. This is the story that might have been her own.


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By Richard Rapp
Sam Brandeis is a desperate yet determined man when he makes a life-changing decision to leave his homeland where Cossacks are killing and raping Jews. After he and his wife, Eva, say their last prayer on the Sabbath from their shtetl, they escape with their young daughter on a ship bound for New York City, where Sam secures work and a home in Manhattan. After a horrible tragedy takes the life of a dear friend, Sam and Eva relocate to Brooklyn where he builds a successful business. As his family grows and Sam ages to become a grandfather for the first time, there is no question that Sam has realized the American dream.

Richard Rapp spends his youth within the shadow of his grandfather’s wisdom, love, and genius, as their shared philosophies, hopes, and dreams for America and Palestine strengthen their kinship. When Richard turns twenty, he joins the struggle for an Israeli state despite his parents’ objections, where he soon finds love, his true identity, and a purpose he cannot wait to share with his grandfather.

A Box of Sand is a historical tale based in part on real-life experiences as a young man is helped on his journey of self-discovery by the wisdom and strength of his grandfather.

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