Second Wind is quickly becoming the rock-n-roll rage of Ireland and the U.K. during the 1980s. Its band members, teenagers from both Ireland and America, juggle college, touring with the band, and the inevitable heartbreak that comes with finding—and losing—love.
Shepherds Bay is a collection of short stories revolving around the folks living in Lone Moon Creek, Each story of its rural inhabitants. embodies the themes of rural influence: kindness, forgiveness, patience, fortitude, perseverance and humbleness.
Vincent Padilla is a psychopathic-sociopathic serial killer. Influenced by Vince’s tutelage and manipulation under the pretense of friendship, Vince recruits impressionable Axel to assist him in hunting down and removing those who have no value to society. Leaving a path of death and destruction in their wake, lives and families are destroyed.
Sergeant Jones, Acting-Chief of the Prescott, Arizona’s Police Department, finds herself facing a double homicide. Two of five elderly ladies are found dead at a Cafe where they have lunch together every Thursday. The Medical Examiner suspects poisoning. Over the next four days, Jones is entangled in a complicated investigation with a very unusual ending.
In his new book “The Eagle Can Fly Higher,” David R. Whalen provides an in depth analysis of the problems facing our country today. His extensive background provides a unique prospective and insight which is unlike anything currently on the market. He not only analyses the issues, he provides practical and workable solutions. The book is the essential Tea Party Manifesto.