Across The Pond is the story of a young American who fights in Vietnam for his country, but is rejected when he returns from the war. The author, based the story on his experience as a U.S. Marine who served in combat in Vietnam.
A soldier travels across realities fighting a war against the tyranny of a corporation veiled in societal conditioning. Burdened by actions of his past, he is hell bent on their complete and utter destruction.
When everything has been taken from you, and there is nothing left, revenge is enough.
Glynis Tryon finds herself involved with helping slaves escape on the Underground Railroad. When she investigates the mysterious death of a freed slave, a terrible secret from the past is unearthed. She must travel to Richmond, Virginia, where an exciting court room trial reveals the root of the scandalous secret.
Barbara's chilling narration shows us the lives of the 19 young Arabs in real time. Barbara takes us back to the Islamist extremists’ headquarters in distant Afghanistan five years before the bombing…
... Some had been in the United States for more than four years, mixing with the rest of the population... four had training as pilots, most were not well-educated. Most spoke English poorly, some...
Lieutenant Colonel Karen Harris, commander of Unit T, formed to combat people trafficking, is struggling to contain the situation. This is brought to a head, following an operation in London, which goes disastrously wrong.
Seventeen year-old Kaitlin Sinclair's world is turned upside down when she moves to Indonesia, and discovers the secrets that threaten the existence of the enchanting Cadmon and his people. She dives into a foreign culture, full of mystique and dangers everywhere she turns, where keeping her heart safe might prove as impossible as staying alive!