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By George Yenney

“This cruise didn’t begin well and it will not end well”, he told Keoke, Heavy and me. His distant mystical look sent shivers up our spines.

In the belly of a ship decades old, in the heat and the humidity and the rank stench of filthy men days unwashed, the crew of the ancient USS Topa rot.

They do their duty as slaves to the U.S. Navy, the supply lifeline of the fleet that hovers off of the coast of Vietnam in 1969, engaged in a never ending war. But to their commanders, as sailors, they are nothing. And as enlisted men, they are even less.

Strangers at first, the men of the USS Topa, a ragtag group from all walks of life, find themselves an ocean away from home, struggling together not against the communists their country is fighting, but against their own officers.

Slowly but surely, under the iron fist of the Navy, prejudice, hatred and fear run rampant among the crew. And amidst the long voyage, they are left to wonder if any of them will make it back to the states at all…


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By George Yenney

“This cruise didn’t begin well and it will not end well”, he told Keoke, Heavy and me. His distant mystical look sent shivers up our spines.

In the belly of a ship decades old, in the heat and the humidity and the rank stench of filthy men days unwashed, the crew of the ancient USS Topa rot.

They do their duty as slaves to the U.S. Navy, the supply lifeline of the fleet that hovers off of the coast of Vietnam in 1969, engaged in a never ending war. But to their commanders, as sailors, they are nothing. And as enlisted men, they are even less.

Strangers at first, the men of the USS Topa, a ragtag group from all walks of life, find themselves an ocean away from home, struggling together not against the communists their country is fighting, but against their own officers.

Slowly but surely, under the iron fist of the Navy, prejudice, hatred and fear run rampant among the crew. And amidst the long voyage, they are left to wonder if any of them will make it back to the states at all…


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By Nicholas Lambros
It is 1916 and twenty-six-year-old John Morris cannot ignore the Great War anymore. Despite his father’s objections and the fact that America has not even entered the war yet, John leaves Maryland for France where he hopes to fulfill his mission of becoming a flyer in the Lafayette Escadrille. He leaves behind not only his parents, but also his surgeon brother, Michael, and sister, Catherine, who are quietly nurturing their own dreams to play a part in the war.

Over two years later, John’s father is dead, his mother is in Arizona, and Michael and Catherine are heading to New York. Michael is soon assigned to an aid station in France while Catherine translates French documents for the State Department. But after she is supposedly sent to Paris to work at the United States Embassy, Catherine is made a counterspy in a French town near the Swiss border. As John, Michael, and Catherine each do their best to help in a war that stretches from the skies to the Western Front, none of them realize that only two of them will return home.

In this historical novel, three young Americans drawn into the Great War bravely battle seemingly insurmountable challenges while attempting to survive loss, find love, and pursue their dreams.

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By Nicholas Lambros
It is 1916 and twenty-six-year-old John Morris cannot ignore the Great War anymore. Despite his father’s objections and the fact that America has not even entered the war yet, John leaves Maryland for France where he hopes to fulfill his mission of becoming a flyer in the Lafayette Escadrille. He leaves behind not only his parents, but also his surgeon brother, Michael, and sister, Catherine, who are quietly nurturing their own dreams to play a part in the war.

Over two years later, John’s father is dead, his mother is in Arizona, and Michael and Catherine are heading to New York. Michael is soon assigned to an aid station in France while Catherine translates French documents for the State Department. But after she is supposedly sent to Paris to work at the United States Embassy, Catherine is made a counterspy in a French town near the Swiss border. As John, Michael, and Catherine each do their best to help in a war that stretches from the skies to the Western Front, none of them realize that only two of them will return home.

In this historical novel, three young Americans drawn into the Great War bravely battle seemingly insurmountable challenges while attempting to survive loss, find love, and pursue their dreams.

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By Nicholas Lambros
It is 1916 and twenty-six-year-old John Morris cannot ignore the Great War anymore. Despite his father’s objections and the fact that America has not even entered the war yet, John leaves Maryland for France where he hopes to fulfill his mission of becoming a flyer in the Lafayette Escadrille. He leaves behind not only his parents, but also his surgeon brother, Michael, and sister, Catherine, who are quietly nurturing their own dreams to play a part in the war.

Over two years later, John’s father is dead, his mother is in Arizona, and Michael and Catherine are heading to New York. Michael is soon assigned to an aid station in France while Catherine translates French documents for the State Department. But after she is supposedly sent to Paris to work at the United States Embassy, Catherine is made a counterspy in a French town near the Swiss border. As John, Michael, and Catherine each do their best to help in a war that stretches from the skies to the Western Front, none of them realize that only two of them will return home.

In this historical novel, three young Americans drawn into the Great War bravely battle seemingly insurmountable challenges while attempting to survive loss, find love, and pursue their dreams.

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By Guy R. Lacroix
In the eyes of his grandson, Max, Roland Langevin is a hero who has always been silent about his war experiences. But while in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, Roland is reminded by Max that it is the fifty-seventh anniversary of D-Day. Suddenly, Roland, who is overcome with emotion, is transported back in time to when he was an eighteen-year-old Canadian soldier landing in Northwest Europe to fight the Nazi regime. As Roland finally begins to share his memories with Max, his grandson has no idea that a painful secret is about to be revealed.

It is 1943 when Roland presents himself to the Canadian Army’s recruitment office with his best friend, Jean-Pierre Bernier, without any idea he has just signed up for hell. After he completes his training, Roland details to Max how he and Jean-Pierre headed to Europe, excited to beat the Nazis and Hitler. But as Roland tells Max how he bravely faced the worst atrocities of the war, he inadvertently reveals a painful secret. Max decides to investigate the secret, leading to an unforgettable reunion, linking the past with the present.

In this historical tale, a Canadian veteran of WWII travels back in time to relay his personal story to his grandson. He soon discovers that love has the power to transcend time and even war. He is finally led to the answers he has been seeking for more than fifty years.

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By Guy R. Lacroix
In the eyes of his grandson, Max, Roland Langevin is a hero who has always been silent about his war experiences. But while in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, Roland is reminded by Max that it is the fifty-seventh anniversary of D-Day. Suddenly, Roland, who is overcome with emotion, is transported back in time to when he was an eighteen-year-old Canadian soldier landing in Northwest Europe to fight the Nazi regime. As Roland finally begins to share his memories with Max, his grandson has no idea that a painful secret is about to be revealed.

It is 1943 when Roland presents himself to the Canadian Army’s recruitment office with his best friend, Jean-Pierre Bernier, without any idea he has just signed up for hell. After he completes his training, Roland details to Max how he and Jean-Pierre headed to Europe, excited to beat the Nazis and Hitler. But as Roland tells Max how he bravely faced the worst atrocities of the war, he inadvertently reveals a painful secret. Max decides to investigate the secret, leading to an unforgettable reunion, linking the past with the present.

In this historical tale, a Canadian veteran of WWII travels back in time to relay his personal story to his grandson. He soon discovers that love has the power to transcend time and even war. He is finally led to the answers he has been seeking for more than fifty years.

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By Guy R. Lacroix
In the eyes of his grandson, Max, Roland Langevin is a hero who has always been silent about his war experiences. But while in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, Roland is reminded by Max that it is the fifty-seventh anniversary of D-Day. Suddenly, Roland, who is overcome with emotion, is transported back in time to when he was an eighteen-year-old Canadian soldier landing in Northwest Europe to fight the Nazi regime. As Roland finally begins to share his memories with Max, his grandson has no idea that a painful secret is about to be revealed.

It is 1943 when Roland presents himself to the Canadian Army’s recruitment office with his best friend, Jean-Pierre Bernier, without any idea he has just signed up for hell. After he completes his training, Roland details to Max how he and Jean-Pierre headed to Europe, excited to beat the Nazis and Hitler. But as Roland tells Max how he bravely faced the worst atrocities of the war, he inadvertently reveals a painful secret. Max decides to investigate the secret, leading to an unforgettable reunion, linking the past with the present.

In this historical tale, a Canadian veteran of WWII travels back in time to relay his personal story to his grandson. He soon discovers that love has the power to transcend time and even war. He is finally led to the answers he has been seeking for more than fifty years.

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By Stan A. Cowie

Louella Lawrence knows her daughter was murdered. She received the call that the young woman overdosed from heroin while attending Oxford University. Further investigation does indeed prove foul play. A wealthy Panamanian student is the prime suspect. Unfortunately, he has an iron clad alibi and enough money to buy innocence.

Mrs. Lawrence has money, too, and she will not rest until her daughter’s murderer is found and punished. She will break the bounds of diplomacy to get her revenge. A call is placed to the remote Canadian Rockies, where an ex-soldier makes his home. In the past, the soldier performed “special tasks.” His expertise is now required in Panama.

With his small team, the soldier heads overseas where justice is due. At the prodding of the mother, he will hunt down her daughter’s killer—and anyone who gets in his way. He is a secret soldier of fortune. He might even be your neighbor. In his line of work, punishment prevails, and no ill deed goes unpaid.


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By Craig R. E. Krohn

It is 1900, and Erich Kunze has been assigned to write a newspaper story about an old man in prison who claims to have traveled through time, guided by angels and helped by the holy sword of the archangel Michael, to forever change his own destiny.

Beginning with his birth nearly thirty years in the future, the old man takes Erich through his memories as he reveals how, as a teenager, his life was changed when his older brother returned from World War II and claimed to have seen the Angel of Death on the battlefield. The old man details how he made it his mission to pursue the Angel of Death, ultimately following in his brother’s footsteps. When he meets an angel he is granted a chance to change his world—the fate of his family hangs in the balance.


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By Stan A. Cowie

Louella Lawrence knows her daughter was murdered. She received the call that the young woman overdosed from heroin while attending Oxford University. Further investigation does indeed prove foul play. A wealthy Panamanian student is the prime suspect. Unfortunately, he has an iron clad alibi and enough money to buy innocence.

Mrs. Lawrence has money, too, and she will not rest until her daughter’s murderer is found and punished. She will break the bounds of diplomacy to get her revenge. A call is placed to the remote Canadian Rockies, where an ex-soldier makes his home. In the past, the soldier performed “special tasks.” His expertise is now required in Panama.

With his small team, the soldier heads overseas where justice is due. At the prodding of the mother, he will hunt down her daughter’s killer—and anyone who gets in his way. He is a secret soldier of fortune. He might even be your neighbor. In his line of work, punishment prevails, and no ill deed goes unpaid.


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By Craig R. E. Krohn

It is 1900, and Erich Kunze has been assigned to write a newspaper story about an old man in prison who claims to have traveled through time, guided by angels and helped by the holy sword of the archangel Michael, to forever change his own destiny.

Beginning with his birth nearly thirty years in the future, the old man takes Erich through his memories as he reveals how, as a teenager, his life was changed when his older brother returned from World War II and claimed to have seen the Angel of Death on the battlefield. The old man details how he made it his mission to pursue the Angel of Death, ultimately following in his brother’s footsteps. When he meets an angel he is granted a chance to change his world—the fate of his family hangs in the balance.


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By James Clayton Welch

Michael Kintner is on the run. As the sole survivor of the bombing of the Sistine Chapel where the pope and hundreds of others were killed during a disastrous war between Islam and Christianity, Kintner is already plagued with radiation sickness. Now he is being sought for the destruction of the Grand Mosque in Mecca and the murder of tens of thousands of civilians. While Kintner stealthily moves across the desert, he knows that if he does not continue to outsmart his enemies, he will surely die.

The intelligence organizations of France and the United States, along with the conservative Muslim group, the Wahabi, all want, for their own reasons, to apprehend and execute Kintner. But he is not the archetypical war criminal—Kintner is a Jesuit priest and the head of a new Catholic military order. As he desperately attempts to start a new life with the help of his new friend, eighteen-year-old Maggie Morales, Kintner is not afraid of being caught by his pursuers—but instead by something else more terrible by far.

In this political thriller, a heroic priest must fight for his beliefs—and his life—amid the aftermath of a bloody struggle between a newly-formed Catholic order and the terrorists of the world.


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By James Clayton Welch

Michael Kintner is on the run. As the sole survivor of the bombing of the Sistine Chapel where the pope and hundreds of others were killed during a disastrous war between Islam and Christianity, Kintner is already plagued with radiation sickness. Now he is being sought for the destruction of the Grand Mosque in Mecca and the murder of tens of thousands of civilians. While Kintner stealthily moves across the desert, he knows that if he does not continue to outsmart his enemies, he will surely die.

The intelligence organizations of France and the United States, along with the conservative Muslim group, the Wahabi, all want, for their own reasons, to apprehend and execute Kintner. But he is not the archetypical war criminal—Kintner is a Jesuit priest and the head of a new Catholic military order. As he desperately attempts to start a new life with the help of his new friend, eighteen-year-old Maggie Morales, Kintner is not afraid of being caught by his pursuers—but instead by something else more terrible by far.

In this political thriller, a heroic priest must fight for his beliefs—and his life—amid the aftermath of a bloody struggle between a newly-formed Catholic order and the terrorists of the world.


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By Alexander Alexandrov

Zhivko Mladenov is a Bulgarian orphan who comes from a world of isolation and loneliness. As an adult he finds both identity and purpose as a commando in the special forces. His successful career takes a drastic plunge when the police arrive at his door. Framed and on the run, he finds a champion in the person of investigative reporter Mira Lyubenova.

Pursued by both the police and others who intend to do them harm, Zhivko and Mira face the challenge of mutual survival. They must rely on Zhivko’s covert expertise and Mira’s passion for truth in order to clear his name and stay alive. In a country steeped in post-Communist turmoil, their lives hang in the balance at every turn.


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