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Death has seeped into The Garden, black and oily. A sickness is spreading through The Garden threatening to destroy everything that neuro-cognitive genius Brenna Patrick has built at NeuralTech. World domination will have to wait, at least for now. Adversaries will become allies. New enemies will upset the balance of power. People will die. In an epic struggle for control of a system that can topple governments, turn peasants into rulers, and make even the darkest, most sadistic miscreant into a god, only the resilient will survive. NECROGARDEN is a roller-coaster ride of a thriller, one that will have readers pondering the nature of memory, and of reality, long after they've read the last page.
Where can you run when there is no place to hide?Brenna Patrick is a brilliant technologist specializing in neural-cognitive functions and AI. She has cracked the code to solve one of the most troublesome problems in the field, and turned that into the multi-billion dollar NeuralTech Corporation.Working quietly with the U.S. Department of Defense, NeuralTech is poised to leapfrog the competition with a revolutionary system for tracking people, starting with the world's most wanted terrorists. But there are only so many terrorists in the world, so who's next?When a pair of Columbia graduate students, Jenny and Leo, stumble on the dark secret of NeuralTech's success, it kicks off a tense game of cat and mouse. As they fight to defeat the powerful forces arrayed against them, nothing less than the fate of humanity hangs in the balance...NEUROGARDEN is a roller-coaster ride of a thriller, one that will have readers pondering the nature of memory, and of reality, long after they've read the last page.Meet the CharactersBrenna PatrickObsessed GeniusA mysterious Irish expatriate and founding CEO of the NeuralTech Corporation, Brenna has fought her way to the top of the technology industry with a ruthlessness that would make even the most unscrupulous man cower in his Italian loafers. And that's just how she likes it.Jennifer MercadoClever Graduate CandidateA strong Puerto Rican woman working to put the final touches on a Masters degree from Columbia, Jenny is the bedrock of her family and needs to hit the ground running at a new internship to help her widowed mother make ends meet and hold the family together.Leo MarinoSoldier Turned StudentAfter leaving the Army to return to school, Leo meets Jenny at Columbia and would rather spend his time with her than study but she likes brains in her musclebound men. He may be struggling to keep up in the classroom, but being able to kick some ass could be a useful backup plan.
Gecko doesn't want to go back to Juvenile Detention, but trouble somehow always finds him... Graham "Gecko" Fosse drove the getaway car for a robbery he didn't even know was going down. But that doesn't keep him out of Juvie - the worst place he has ever been. It's a place where its inmates, some convicted teenage killers, could easily write an encyclopedia on how to inflict pain. Thankfully, do-gooder Douglas Healy shows up, giving Gecko a chance to swap the slammer for a halfway house lived in by two other young criminals. There are just three crucial conditions - the three boys must stay in school and out of trouble, all while staying on Social Services' good side. Or else it's back to Juvie for all of them. But Terence seems bent on getting himself into trouble - the boys catch him sneaking down the fire escape, off to pull another heist. If only their fight hadn't gotten physical and Healy hadn't wound up in the hospital with amnesia. If only Gecko wasn't falling for a girl whose dad's best friend was the Deputy Police chief. And that's just the beginning of their problems. One thing's for certain: if the boys are found out, their second chance will be their last...
Book The Second Life of Mirielle West Description/Summary:
The glamorous world of a silent film star’s wife abruptly crumbles when she’s forcibly quarantined at the Carville Lepers Home in this page-turning story of courage, resilience, and reinvention set in 1920s Louisiana and Los Angeles. Based on little-known history, this timely book will strike a chord with readers of Fiona Davis, Tracey Lange, and Marie Benedict. Based on the true story of America’s only leper colony, The Second Life of Mirielle West brings vividly to life the Louisiana institution known as Carville, where thousands of people were stripped of their civil rights, branded as lepers, and forcibly quarantined throughout the entire 20th century. For Mirielle West, a 1920’s socialite married to a silent film star, the isolation and powerlessness of the Louisiana Leper Home is an unimaginable fall from her intoxicatingly chic life of bootlegged champagne and the star-studded parties of Hollywood’s Golden Age. When a doctor notices a pale patch of skin on her hand, she’s immediately branded a leper and carted hundreds of miles from home to Carville, taking a new name to spare her family and famous husband the shame that accompanies the disease. At first she hopes her exile will be brief, but those sent to Carville are more prisoners than patients and their disease has no cure. Instead she must find community and purpose within its walls, struggling to redefine her self-worth while fighting an unchosen fate. As a registered nurse, Amanda Skenandore’s medical background adds layers of detail and authenticity to the experiences of patients and medical professionals at Carville – the isolation, stigma, experimental treatments, and disparate community. A tale of repulsion, resilience, and the Roaring ‘20s, The Second Life of Mirielle West is also the story of a health crisis in America’s past, made all the more poignant by the author’s experiences during another, all-too-recent crisis. PRAISE FOR AMANDA SKENANDORE’S BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY “Intensely emotional…Skenandore’s deeply introspective and moving novel will appeal to readers of American history.” —Publishers Weekly
Mitsuko Hanamura was born wanting very little out of life: a place to call her own, maybe a small garden where she could grow flowers, just a little house with a shelf for some books, where she could live alone, with no need to share a bed, or a meal, or clothes, with anyone.But she was born in 1916 in rural Japan, the oldest girl in a family with eight children and no money, with nothing to depend on but her clever brain and indomitable spirit. Sent away at thirteen to live with relatives, hired out at fifteen to pay off a family debt, desperate for an education at any cost, this is the story of a young girl who never gave up on herself, no matter what her circumstances, no matter how bleak her life seemed to be.It is the story of my Obachan, or grandmother, as told to me by her, an amazing story which begins in the countryside of Japan and ends in the war torn streets of Kawasaki. I wrote it down as I heard it, believing it sounded more like a movie than her life; only the names have been changed out of respect for her living family. This is the journey she took as she exchanged one set of dreams for another, as she grew from a wide-eyed, hopeful teenager to a young mother in wartime Japan.
Riches to rags. … Chaos calms. … Suddenly it’s quiet. … Too quiet if Doreen’s involved! What was supposed to be a leisurely stroll through a peaceful cemetery after a recent funeral turns into the start of a new case. Someone clobbers Doreen over the head and leaves her facedown among the funeral flowers. Is it random violence? Revenge? A warning of worse to come? No one knows, not even Doreen, but one thing is certain: the attack enabled the disappearance—perhaps the abduction?—of Doreen’s beloved African gray parrot, Thaddeus. Frantic, Doreen foregoes a trip to the emergency room in favor of heading straight home, where she hopes Thaddeus will return sooner rather than later. When he does show up, riding a branch down the river, coming right home, he’s different, and all he can talk about is Big Guy. He’s also sporting an SOS message fastened around his ankle… Doreen sets out to retrace Thaddeus’s path, while Mack hunts down her attacker. Between birds and boys and Corporal Mack Moreau’s brother, the lawyer looking into her divorce situation, Doreen has her hands full. And that’s before her former lawyer shows up unexpectedly at her home! Off-balance by all these events, Doreen opens her door to someone with a serious grudge to take her down …
A naturally gifted ex-national champion and a savant with a computer-like mind compete against the world's best in the 22nd century's most popular sport - CUBEBALL - the chess-like, technology-enhanced, snooker of the future where the world stage is dominated by gambling, drugs and massive audiences. "Rocky meets Rainman and the Hunger Games in this page turning, adrenalin-charged vision of future global sport. A must read!" Christine Lister, author of Quiver.
Book The Man in the Moonlight Description/Summary:
In the second case featuring psychiatrist-sleuth Basil Willing, he is called to a university campus to help investigate the death of a scientist. It looks like suicide, but with local scandal aplenty, more murders in the mix and a dose of Nazi espionage, all may not be as it appears.
Tess Carrillo has designed the brain of the first sentient machine. And it's waking. But there's a problem. It's networking...with other dimensions. "...I can't remember a book I've read cover to cover in a single sitting..." "...Best book I've read in a long time...This is a book to read over and over. More layers appear each time..." "...Both 'Impermanent Universe' and 'The Navigator' are exquisitely crafted novels that will keep you reading well beyond your self-allotted time. Creative beyond belief, they give one a sense of truth regarding the immortality of Being through multifaceted forever-regenerative Consciousness..." When computer scientist Tess Carrillo experiences a traumatic loss, she enters a high-stakes world where two powerful technology titans battle over the future of reality itself. As if guided by fate, Tess is recruited to lead a team of eccentric experts in a secret complex deep within the San Juan mountains of Colorado. As the first sentient computer comes to life, dimensional lines begin to fray and blend causing her to question what is real. Equipped with clues scattered throughout her psyche, time, and space, she struggles to solve the ultimate puzzle before everything ends. ...Masterfully casts a whole new light on our perception of reality...
Winner of Literary Titan Gold Book Award and 99% 5 & 4 star 90+ reviews "I love vigilante stories and this is my current favorite..." Gabi Rosetti-Top Amazon Reviewer Bestseller, Kill Crime, is the book in the book. "It isn't murder, if it's justice." The debut crime/thriller will forever change how you look at justice and what can be done about it. Full of twists, turns, and action. Normal, everyday people are tired of waiting for justice. They're killing murderers and getting away with it, thanks to a controversial, best-selling how-to book. Case, intrigued with the book and its mysteries, becomes the hunted after witnessing the author's murder. Case is also hit with tragedy on more than one front, and some friends and family are murdered. He becomes frustrated with the police when leads run out, and he's forced to grapple with the moral decision about ultimate justice. Revenge killing is something he's had to wrestle with before, on the battlefield. A West Point graduate and decorated combat veteran, he has the skills to hunt and kill, but he can't do it alone. He turns to private investigator Trish Teal and hand-picks friends who have certain valuable talents. Case and the team he builds go on the hunt for the killers and for justice that takes them on a frantic chase from Houston and throughout Texas to Reno and Vegas. They must take on the dark side of the oil industry and gambling, and come out alive on the other side.
Book An Unexpected Misfortune Description/Summary:
Anna Fairweather's resolution to delve further into the death of her father is interrupted by a fresh murder investigation. When a dinner party at the home of the attractive Jerome Townson ends in violence, it is up to Anna to get to the truth.But with even her own employer a suspect, will Anna uncover a darker secret than she bargained for, one that could change her life forever?
Centuries old werewolf, Clifford Crane, has a love-hate relationship with both his own reputation, which has followed him many light years from Old Earth, and the ghost of his ex-lover, who has taken up permanent residence in his mind. The reputation, at least, has finally shown its usefulness by landing him a job.Although he dislikes, in principle, the para-military corporation controlling shipping lanes in human occupied space, they've offered him big bucks to handle security for a shipment of Silkies, an enigmatic race of shapeshifters who indenture themselves to the richest and highest bidders in the galaxy.The gig seems simple. Keep them fed. Keep them safe. Keep personal contact to a minimum. The work is easy, and the crew is amiable. Plus, there is enough money in it to finally get him back on his feet. But, when he begins to encounter things that should not be there, things long forgotten from his distant past, he learns there is more to the cargo than meets the eye.
Two years of living abroad, two years of stories, encounters, and self-discovery. These are tales from everywhere but home. After graduating college, Phil Rosen dropped everything, packed up, and moved to Hong Kong. He launched a travel blog and ventured all over Southeast Asia, meeting people, seeing places, and writing about it all the while. Travelogues of different countries alternate with chapters that raise questions of self-discovery, purpose and finding meaning as a recent college graduate. There are stories from Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Bali, and more. With each chapter, Phil seems to get closer and closer to answering the question "What are college graduates really supposed to do in life?"
We're all suffering in our own ways. But, more often than not, we're doing it alone, even though we shouldn't have to. Most self-help books and a lot of the ideas behind mental illness are about how people can "cure" it by "changing their attitude." This idea often leaves sufferers feeling as if they are failing at "curing" their illness because society tells them that there is a cure. Outside of Your Head focuses on accepting that mental illness is a part of a person, and that the skills developed to cope with those illnesses can be positive things. This book levies hard truths with humor and wisdom earned through the lessons of those with mental illness. Through this lens, those who don't suffer from these illnesses can gain understanding of what it's like to live with mental illness. We never know what the lives of those around us are truly like, and kindness costs so little. Why not take some time and see things from a new perspective?
Book Masters Of The Broken Watches Description/Summary:
Sebastian Miles, an adventure loving, risk-taking marine biologist accidentally discovers a new species that has the power to change the way we humans experience time. While performing research, he and his team are shocked by a logic-defying phenomenon-where during one experiment the world outside their lab jumps ahead by twenty-two hours.News of this discovery soon reaches the heads of powerful governments and inadvertently triggers a global hunt to capture and control Sebastian and his team, their research and the species. These leaders know that this one discovery would pivot the power equation and the group that control this species will have access to the greatest resource mankind has ever seen - Time.Sebastian and his team attempt to stay one step ahead of their pursuers, but are they willing to risk their lives--in order to share their discovery with all mankind?
Book The Collected Works of Agatha Christie Description/Summary:
Musaicum Books presents to you this unique and meticulously edited mystery collection: The Mysterious Affair at Styles The Secret Adversary The Murder on the Links The Affair at the Victory Ball The Curious Disappearance of the Opalsen Pearls (The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan) The Adventure of King of Clubs The Disappearance of Mr. Davenheim The Mystery of the Plymouth Express The Adventure of "The Western Star" The Tragedy at Marsden Manor The Kidnapped Prime Minister The Million Dollar Bond Robbery The Adventure of the Cheap Flat The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge The Clue of the Chocolate Box The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb The Case of the Veiled Lady The Kidnapping of Johnnie Waverly The Market Basing Mystery The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman The Case of the Missing Will The Submarine Plans (The Incredible Theft) The Adventure of the Clapham Cook The Lost Mine The Cornish Mystery The Double Clue The Lemesurier Inheritance
When four young orphans witness a midnight battle between two beings from a different dimension in an old cemetery, a chain of events unfolds that will alter their destinies. Years later, the ramifications of what they saw that night impact not only their lives, but that of the first sentient android as well. One of the orphans, Will Manning, seems to have it all. But, he hides a secret. He can barely function and is losing his battle for survival. As he races to find some resolution for his pain, Will develops a strange connection with the android, Tess. As their relationship grows deeper, they are pulled into a world where nothing is as it seems. As he starts to put the pieces of the puzzle together, Will realizes he's a key part of something that will affect the nature of reality itself.
New Hampton is a desolate icy ruin. Winter has set in, and the dwindling survivors must devise a way to escape the clutches of the murderous city once and for all. Reinhardt has regrouped what people remain and must act before Doctor Zhirkov's net of Watchroom gangs and monstrosities close in around them. A resurgent Jed is carving out a morbid path within the city streets, whether salvation or doom waits is in the translucent mutant's hands. A growing problem affecting all - the creatures lurking in the fallen city of New Hampton are growing in numbers and confidence... The Snow is the thrilling conclusion to the dystopian, science fiction, horror series, The Mutant Rain. Tread carefully in... The Snow. The Snow is the third book in The Mutant Rain series, a dark, dystopian, mystery, horror and science fiction story. The Mutant Rain Origins novellas - The Last Doctor, The Forgetful Man, Second-In-Command and The Lone Vigilante - can be read in any order, readers choice. They can also be read before, during or after reading the main Mutant Rain novels, whatever route the reader takes the full story will eventually reveal itself. Reading the dark, dystopian, mystery, horror and science fiction novellas first will give you a little background information on specific characters, or if you read The Rain: The Mutant Rain Book One you'll be going into the series blind, with the option of learning about a few backstories via the novellas afterwards.