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This is a true untold story of American patriotic history. It is a story of how a group of ordinary American Citizens and a Prince became involved in US foreign policy and intelligence around the world.
At one point, the group was a household name in Washington, DC, and had direct contact with high-level officials, right up to
the president of the United States.
One senate investigator said, “It is like you entered into a world of science fiction and then you find that it checks out.”
The story tells how the group, with their sources for intelligence, were one of the key factors in ending the Cold War with the
former Soviet Union, along with freeing several countries that were ruled by brutal dictators.
Then there was a nationwide scandal, and the group was abruptly pushed aside.
Many major magazines, such as: New York Magazine (Christmas Issue) U.S. News and World Report, Time Magazine, and Boston Globe wrote about the group, but the author, due to his privacy and well-being, had decided not to be involved in the articles.
But now after thirty years, he has decided to write his true, untold story in American history.
Gary was born on June 11, 1958, in Astoria, New York, and moved to Freeport, New York, at the age of 3. He now resides in St. Petersburg, Florida. He attended Sullivan County Community College Culinary program and finished at the State University of New York in 1984, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in business with a minor in computer science. Gary has also lived in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Manhattan Beach, CA and now resides in St. Petersburg, FL.$2.99–$8.95 Select options
Sweet, Sweet Addiction relates the story of a family man driven by his passion to learn tennis at an age when most professional players retire. George Newton is age 33 when he finds the game. He plunges into the sport and pursues it as if he is addicted. He dealt with the duplicity of balancing tennis practice against the demands of domestic and professional life.
The story unfolds a progressive development of this tennis family. The Senior Newton advanced through years of competition to National and International Levels. His wife, Rossana evolved to become his main cheerleader, scorer-keeper and “coach”. His sons Geoff and Greg obtained Athletic University Scholarships.
The book concludes with the author changing careers from Education to Sports. Newton follows his passion and becomes a Certified Instructor. Consequently, he motivates hundreds of players to enjoy the sport. The book appeals to adults (no matter how old), to pursue their passion aggressively and live a fulfilled life.$12.23 Select options
A moving story told by a young man who graduated with honors from U. S. Military Academy at West Point, NY. During his leave at his home in Waterloo, Iowa, he experienced a cerebral aneurysm that required a lengthy surgery during which he had a stroke causing paralysis.
This story tells of his challenging attempts to bring his life back to what it had been. At the same time haircuts have marked major events in his account. His determination overcame his disability in many ways. This is his story!$9.99 Select options
The period from 1900 to 1950 was a unique time in America, It saw the greatest environmental disaster to date, The Dust Bowl, coupled with the financial disaster of the stock market crash of 1929. Life was often lived much closer to the land, This period is often referred to as “The Good Old Days” by those who lived them. Here this time is experienced as seen through the eyes of an Osage Indian Bill Nixon (Redcorn) in his following of Wah Kon Tah (The Way). It is a time capsule of this unique period and the forces that bind families, traditions and the science and technology of our ancestors to the present day, with meaning and reverence.$2.99–$16.99 Select options
He gave the girls $8.00 and sent them to the corner store to get some chicken. He then took my sister in the house, shot her 3 times in the torso, and as she laid on the floor helpless, he pointed the gun to the back of her head and shot her 3 more times at the back of her head, to ensure she was dead. After this heinous act, he ran into hiding. That monster was on the loose and the hunt was now on to capture THE CHAUNCEY STREET MONSTER.
About the author:
Dr. Kirt Gonzales is an ordained minister and conference speaker, who holds doctoral degrees in Theology and Christian Counseling. At his private counseling practice, he specializes in Anger Management, Depression, and Grief, and after the murder of his baby sister, he had to use all of his counseling techniques on himself. Dr. Gonzales has now devoted his life to being an advocate for domestic violence with the hopes of shedding great light to this world wide epidemic.$9.99 Select options
This is the true story of an unsung American hero who put her desire for the preservation of the Union, and the ending of slavery before her very own life. When supporting the breakaway Confederacy was the proper thing to do in Richmond in 1861, she chose to support the North. Her genuine humanitarian efforts on behalf of the Union prisoners lead to her gaining military information from them that she securely passed on continuously to Washington. She is rated one of the best Spymasters of all time and is in the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame.
(She is America’s second Spymaster, George Washington was the first)
Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dr. Wyman is a veteran of the US Army and a retiree with 22 years with the Central Intelligence Agency. He has served 4 years in the Middle East and traveled extensively domestically and worldwide. He is an author, artist, athlete, public speaker, creator of over 100 historical PowerPoint presentations, a watercolor portrait painter, professional Ballroom Dance Instructor and a 10-year Board Member of the Sons of the American Revolution. Dr. Donald Paul Wyman, BS, MA Ph.D.$20.00 Select options
The Edge Of The Field is based on my personal experiences of “gleaning and gathering after the Reapers and Gleaners at the edge of the Field”.
The Harvest is great and enormous. Not only is there a need for “Ruths” to glean and gather after the Reapers and Gleaners in the Fields, there are times that we are called on immediately and urgently for a specific purpose that needs attention right then.
About the author:
Austine Royer Smith is a mother, grandmother, great grandmother, homemaker and member of the First Baptist Church of Garden City, Georgia and serves her Lord by fulfilling speaking engagements in churches, civic organizations and broadcast programs. She has a three-year Diploma from Rhema Bible Training Correspondence Center of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The author is Founder of Ruth 2:7/Founding House Ministries established upon a vision given to her by God during her mission trips to Haiti. The purpose of these ministries is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to provide a shelter as well as secular and religious instruction for many of the homeless Haitian children found abandoned in the streets and jungles of that impoverished, voodoo-infested nation. Statistics have shown that only about half of such children will survive.
All proceeds from this book will go to the
Ruth 2:7/Founding House Ministry
P.O. Box 18114, Garden City, GA 31418.
Austine is also a Trustee of the Zechariah House Ministries that is involved with the Salvation, Health and Prosperity of street addicted women and women who are in jail. This ministry offers Salvation, Deliverance and Bible Training to get these women back into society victoriously.
For further information on these Ministries, for speaking engagements or for ordering additional copies of this book and of Mrs. Smith’s other titles. Haiti is Waiting, If that isn’t Love, The Edge of the Field, Present Bouquets, Boci’s New Shoes, Grandma Waves with her Heart. Please write to the author at the above address.$7.95 Select options
The author is writing this book to let you know how the legal process is supposed to work. Stories been told that the system is corrupt. If you don’t believe in the process, if the system is abused and we must stop blaming what is written to reveal who are abusing the law.$11.96 Select options
This book is the story of one man’s journey through life. It is about his life from birth until the present and features the ups and downs of his life. There are tragedies and triumphs, many that are unique just to his life. His life was normal until his mother died when he was seven years old. The following years were a difficult time for him and his siblings. Does he ever find
happiness and peace? Read and see.
About the author:
Barnie is and has been an accomplished artist for more than sixty years but has found the joy of writing included in his talents late in life. He has done paintings for covers of books for other authors and have illustrated several books but did not know he could write until in his late sixties. He enjoys writing and hopes to write in years to come.$12.50 Select options
The Crockett family is a soccer family. All three of their sons grew up playing on tournament teams, so naturally when their youngest son, Dusty, scores the winning goal for the state championship game, the Crocketts host a celebration for the teammates and their families. The only downside to the get-together is that their oldest son, Travis, is unable to be there. Travis Crockett is a hero to all of the members of Dusty’s soccer team, especially after he singlehandedly beat all fifteen of them at King of the Mountain last summer. But as a Navy SEAL, he has the respect of most people. His love for family and country is catching, so even though he is currently serving in Afghanistan, the partygoers can’t help but ask the Crocketts how he’s fairing and reminisce about their favorite times with Travis, especially after his wife, Laci, shows up with news from her ultrasound. The Crockett family thought they had planned the perfect day, that is until The Knock. Join new author Marc Hardage in this heartbreaking novel about the impact one man’s life has on those around him.
“As an enlisted member and a chaplain who has served in this admirable community for thirty-six years, I consider The Knock extraordinary. It is a picture of the countless sacrifices that are continually made by the brave service members who serve in this nation’s military and their families. Less than 1 percent of the population of this nation is willing to serve in that capacity. The Knock reminds the reader that freedom is never free!”
—Chaplain Ted Wilson, OCFD
MARC HARDAGE lives in Norman, Oklahoma, with his wife of thirty-four years, Janet. They have three sons, Seth, Ty, and Colt. Marc is a regional marketing director for 5Star Life Insurance Company and has been in the insurance business for over twentyfive years.$16.99–$29.99 Select options