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Helix Of Cole

Author: Micheal Maxwell
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781507885543
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Peace, Love and a Dirty Bomb. An aging 60s radical pulls Cole into what could be the end of of Cole and San Francisco Writers hope their words will live forever, but Cole Sage never dreamed an old article, on the radicals of the Vietnam War era, would ignite a string of terrorist bombings and threaten to destroy San Francisco. Radicalized by in cult commune, Jason Reed has trained dozens of terror groups, foreign and domestic. He's now on a peyote fueled mission to show Cole Sage the sixties aren't over. In a last revolutionary act, Reed hopes to unite the world's radicals to save Mother Earth. From Wrigley Field to the Golden Gate, Reed lays waste to young and old in a series of devastating bombings. The search for Jason Reed takes Cole from Washington DC to San Quentin. He meets the President and receives a phone call from Charles Manson. Cole finds a new chance at love when he meets a beautiful FBI agent. Jason Reed's open challenge to Cole Sage brings the journalist and terrorist face to face in what could be the last interview for

Cellar Full Of Cole

Author: Micheal Maxwell
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781505481136
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The chance for a new beginning makes the offer of a job on the West Coast an easy decision for Cole. From the start, Cole is thrown into an investigation of the brutal killing of three little girls in San Francisco. Moving from his home in Chicago is the bittersweet closing of one chapter in Cole's life and beginning of a new one. Before he can say good-bye to the Windy City, the call for help from an old friend pits Cole against the seedy underworld of pornography and child abduction. This tale of two cities will put Cole's investigative skills to the ultimate test - and will force him to put his loyalty to his friends above the law. Chicago and San Francisco are connected by a thread of perversity and a pair of evil pedophiles with no respect for life, family or the innocence of children. "Not getting involved" is not in Cole's nature - but even his help solving one mystery may not be enough to get him out of Chicago alive.

The Jerusalem Diamond

Author: Noah Gordon
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453263799
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A man travels to Israel to uncover a diamond’s remarkable past in this vivid historical saga from the New York Times–bestselling author of The Physician. A diamond cutter and seller from a long, respected line of precious-gem dealers, New Yorker Harry Hopeman is intrigued by the story of the so-called “Jerusalem Diamond,” a magnificent yellow jewel rumored to date back to the biblical time of King Solomon. So when he’s asked to broker a deal that will return the legendary gemstone to Israel, he eagerly accepts. Arriving in the volatile Middle East, Hopeman soon discovers that his assignment will be anything but easy. Representatives of the Holy Land’s three major religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—are all laying claim to the priceless jewel that once adorned the miter of Pope Gregory, and they will do anything to possess it. Partnering with Israeli government agent Tamar Strauss—a beautiful and courageous Yemenite war widow who inspires the visiting American’s passion as well as his respect—Hopeman is soon entangled in a web of mystery and intrigue that crosses continents and stretches back thousands of years. As the duo follows the twisting travels of the gem and the bloody conflicts it has ignited throughout its extraordinary past—a history that intertwines with Hopeman’s own family saga—the story of a breathtaking land and its people unfolds in all its drama and glory. International-bestselling author Noah Gordon—whose acclaimed historical novel The Physician was the inspiration for the major motion picture of the same name starring Ben Kingsley— “has packed a suspense tale with religious, historical and archeological underpinnings, along with fascinating insights into an industry whose conduct is generally shrouded from outside scrutiny” (The Philadelphia Inquirer).

Moonlight Kisses

Author: Phyllis Bourne
Publisher: Kimani Press
ISBN: 0373864043
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It's just Sage Matthews's luck that Cole Sinclair, the man stirring her dormant passions, wants to buy her cosmetics company. Takeover bid: denied. But, in the bedroom, their rivalry morphs into sizzling chemistry. The kind of partnership Sage craves takes compromise and trust-do they have the courage to go beyond the surface to find what's real?

Buried Diamonds

Author: April Henry
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312304034
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Discovering a diamond ring that went missing fifty years earlier, Claire Montrose wonders if the young woman who owned it really committed suicide and encounters an elderly neighbor who is willing to kill in order to keep a secret, a situation that is complicated by racial attacks on Claire's Jewish roommate. 15,000 first printing.

Jessica Cole Model Spy Code Red Lipstick

Author: Sarah Sky
Publisher: Scholastic UK
ISBN: 1407144243
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Models, spies and lipstick gadgets... When Jessica's father, a former spy, vanishes mysteriously, Jessica takes matters into her own hands. She's not just a daddy's girl who's good at striking a pose; she's a trained spook who knows how to take on MI6 and beat them at their own game.

John Wesley Natural Man And The Isms

Author: J. Robert Ewbank
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1606085786
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Founder of the Methodist Church, is one of the world's greatest religious figures. A practical rather than systematic theologian, he wrote and preached for the common man. He is well known as a man of one book (the Bible) but he read like no other during his time. We are left with fourteen volumes of his works and eight each of his letters and journals. His brother became the troubadour of Methodism, writing countless hymns. John also took classic Christian works and edited them for the common man to read. And if this were not enough, he preached thousands of times both indoors and out. J. Robert Ewbank examines In what Wesley thought about other religions. Did he think all religions were from God and therefore there was little difference between them, or did he think that there is uniqueness in Christianity? Was he concerned about other philosophies and thoughts about religion popular in his day? What did he think about Natural Man, the Indians, the Deists, the Jews, the Roman Catholics, and the Mystics? Were they also fine with him, or did he discuss the differences between them, revealing where he found them wrong? Furthermore, what did Wesley think about the possibility of salvation for all those who held to these other positions? Did he find that it is possible for them to be saved by a loving God, or have they stepped outside of the bounds, therefore requiring extreme difficulty to be saved? "In a time of enormous stress on the entire human family as we try to understand, appreciate, and celebrate our diversity, J. Robert Ewbank has given us an excellent resource to help us deeply consider the issues and continue to affirm the core values and theology of the Christian movement." Rueben P. Job, author of Three Simple Rules.

The Girl In The Morgue

Author: D. D. VanDyke
Publisher: David Vandyke
ISBN: 9781626262140
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Thirtysomething ex-cop-turned-P.I. Cal Corwin faces her most puzzling murder case yet. When a friend of a friend dies in suspicious circumstances, the police believe it's open-and-shut. As Cal digs deeper to get to the bottom of the mystery, she finds herself a target for those who want the truth dead and buried.

Blue Moon Rising

Author: Simon R. Green
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101548295
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Rupert didn't especially want to be a prince. And he certainly never asked to be the second son of a royal line that really didn't need a spare. So he was sent out to slay a dragon and prove himself-a quest straight out of legend. But he also discovered the kinds of things legends tend to leave out, as well as the usual demons, goblins, the dreaded Night Witch-and even worse terrors hidden in the shadows of Darkwood. Rupert did find a fiery dragon-and a beautiful princess to rescue. But the dragon turned out to be a better friend than anyone back at the castle, and with the evil of Darkwood spreading, Rupert was going to need all the friends he could get.