We are highlighting three exciting New eBook Releases for October 2013 from our New Book Releases List (click to see all the new releases). If you are looking for something new to read this is a great place to start.
Twenty-some years ago, Blake Sanders’s best friend Perry Langford was arrested and convicted of murder for a campus bombing, but Langford always maintained his innocence, claiming someone else blew up the building.
Not even Blake knows what really happened, and he was there, a secret he’s kept all this time.
Now Langford is out of prison, and he’s gunning for all those he holds responsible for his stint in stir, including Blake. Whoever planted the bomb is cleaning up loose ends, and the prize they’re still seeking after all this time—a revolutionary battery design—is worth a fortune, even worth selling out one’s own country . . . and killing for. Read more on Amazon.
New Orleans, 1973 – The CIA uncovers two young kids with uncanny psychic ability. A renegade agent wants them for his own. When Ronnie Gilmore and Cassie Reynold fight back, things get deadly fast.
The ability to Remote View makes Cassie and Ronnie high value assets in the Cold War contest playing out in the early 1970′s. The discovery of their power sets off a battle that ultimately means full scale war between factions within the government.
Backs against the wall the two young psychics must face overwhelming odds to maintain their freedom and control of their own lives. When push comes to shove, Cassie Reynold proves to be the deadliest 13-year old girl you’ll ever meet.
“…and then Switzerland disappeared in a cloud of pink haze.”
Imagine a history book written by the crew of Monty Python and narrated by Jim Carrey. Take the funniest stories from it and what you get is “Let’s Conquer Paris,” a humor book that affirms:
★Those who say life is stranger than fiction, don’t read a lot of fiction. ★
Welcome to history according to Oleg Medvedkov. Compared by critics to Twain, Wodehouse, and Vonnegut, Medvedkov is a fast-rising name in the humor and comedy genre. His new book, “Let’s Conquer Paris,” adds a much-needed dose of hilarity to popular myths, legends, and historical events.
As you read this book, please keep in mind: This is a humor book first, and historical fiction a distant tenth. Laugh now, try to fail history tests later. Read more on Amazon.