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An Honest Man, Book One of The Donkey and the Wall trilogy
An Honest Man begins the trilogy. From the humble roots of an 1864 immigrant from the Guang, his Shoshone wife and their little hardware store in Tahoe City, to a global humanitarian NGO empire in the present day. An Honest Man is the carefully woven tapestry of the struggles and love, triumphs and trials of the Livingsons.
An Honest Man begins the thousand step journey in pursuit of a few simple questions: What if there were ancient lineages of highly conscious individuals emergent into the present day? What would their world be like? And more importantly, What would our world be like? Ultimately shedding light on that eternal question: What is reality?
Rolling Thunder, Wings of War Series, Book 1 of 5
Rolling Thunder is an historical novel about the decisive role politics played during the Vietnam war. Its characters range from men in the field to the Pentagon and the White House. Fighter pilots and Special Forces warriors doing their best in the field are hampered by President Johnson, Secretary of Defense McNamara and their staff members who despise the military. Only one aging USAF general, who fought in Korea and WWII is on their side. His clashes with his Commander in Chief, Lyndon Johnson, are epic in proportion and startling in content. Four airline stewardesses come under attack when they are forced to spend the night on a fighter base in Vietnam after their airliner develops a problem.
Light in the Middle of Darkness
Five short fiction stories of light trapped in life?s darkness.
A Story Narrated by an Amature
This is a book will make you feel comfortable and will enjoy the joy of awkward writing. A promise from a student to all readers who will love and enjoy it. Make your self comfortable to read and share to your friends.
RIVER MOTHER: the Face of the Sphinx is a fictional autobiography of an extraordinary Nubian female shaman/leader whose face becomes the face of the Sphinx. The story is set in the Proto-Egyptian Mother Goddess period c. 6000 B.C. and is told by River Mother herself. She begins by describing her birth and early life in a hunter/gatherer tribe in Nubia and then the shamanic training and prophetic visions that eventually drive her to journey to the Nile delta where she becomes a great visionary leader whose impact on the lives of the delta?s inhabitants eventually bring them to honor her as a living Goddess by carving her face on a cliff in Giza.
Lazarus of Bethany
The Gospel of John tells us Jesus loved him and the Lord wept over the loss of his friend. What we cannot glean from the Gospels is how Jesus and Lazarus came to know each other. They share a love for God, each in his unique way. Yeshua's way is somewhat of a puzzle to Lazarus, as he puts it; "I was from the traditional school of Jewish teachings; Yeshua was from his own school. " Yeshua's unorthodox pronouncements strain their friendship. Journey with Lazarus as his life intertwines with the life of Yeshua of Nazareth. The two boys grow-up in an occupied state. They live a dangerous world. Discover both the personal and spiritual journey of the Man from Bethany, who thought he knew the Man from Nazareth. Two men, two deaths, two resurrections.
Daniel Defoe, author, diplomat, spy for the British government had a life almost as interesting as his books. This tale centers around his time in Scotland and what might have happened there....
The Privateersman: First published in 2013. Dorset lad Tom Andrews escapes the hangman?s noose only to find himself shanghaied onto a Caribbean-bound privateering ship, before he and crewmate Joseph, flee to America carrying illicit booty. They prosper in the vile corruptness of New York - a town destined to be on the losing side in the Revolutionary War. Betrayed and forced to return to England, they seek riches in the early industrial boom. Tom relishes wealth, but also secretly yearns for love and social acceptance. His hopes rise on meeting the beautiful daughter of an impoverished aristocrat.
"This may be the first book I have read non-stop since 1985." - Online review (Average web-wide review rating: 4.5 stars out of 5)
Michael, an artist charged with a crime he claims he didn?t commit and John, a self-confessed heroin smuggler are brought together in the primitive and over-crowded prison infamously known as the BANGKOK HILTON. Michael fights for his freedom, while John, resigned to his fate, wants only to regain his dignity. Michael's grandfather, a once brilliant lawyer, is brought out of retirement and flies to Bangkok to fight a case in a city where justice is bought and sold to the highest bidder and corruption is the oil that greases the wheels in the land of smiles.
Running out of time and unable to find the only witness, he searches for another way to succeed in this almost hopeless case.
BONE-CRUSHER: A Godric MacEuan Novella: A TALE FROM THE SIEGE MASTER SERIES, THE EPIC STORY OF THE FIRST CRUSADE, TOLD AS NEVER BEFORE: THE RECOLLECTIONS OF A SIEGE LORD WHO BATTLES TURKS, TRAITORS, STARVATION AND DEATH ITSELF TO WIN A CRUSADE AND RECLAIM HOLY JERUSALEM. Sheriff-at-large Baron Godric MacEuan is testing his new prototype siege engine when King Malcolm summons him: Stop rogue Viking earl Odinsoye from raiding convents and monasteries, massacring clerics to steal treasure. But Odinsoye has hidden well, in an impregnable stone tower concealed within an isolated loch. Can it be taken? Can Odinsye be stopped? Or will attacking him instead start a vicious new war between Scots and Vikings? Read BONE-CRUSHER to find out!For more of Godric, visit http://www.tomvetterbooks.com.
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