Possessed: From Darkness to Light by Cordelia Lee

Book Summary: Cordelia Lee has experienced something few in the Western world have even witnessed: exorcism. Demonic possession brought her to a Taoist shaman who could drive out her tormentors, but only temporarily. Cordelia’s problems were multifaceted: a troubled childhood, molests, rape attempt, black magic, anorexia, unfulfilled maternal instinct, failing marriage, and depression. Given the severity of her experiences and the return of the evil spirits, Cordelia had to dedicate her life to healing if she was ever to recover. She had earlier experienced an unexpected kundalini awakening; it awakened her to the spiritual realm and the unseen energies that…

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Mighty Mary by Max Davine

Story Summary: Mary was a circus elephant. The Star of the West. She could dance, play the trumpet and pleased crowds wherever she went. In 1916, after a disastrous Wild West show in Erwin Tennessee, acts against Mary the five-ton Indian elephant would go down in history as one of the most disturbing and bizarre cases of animal cruelty the world has ever seen. But, Mary had a life before the circus. She was free once. Part of a wild herd. During the British Raj, she was captured, trained and sent to America to become a spectacle. Along the way,…

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Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War by Patrick Hogan

Book Summary: What would you say if I told you there are disturbing things the US Government hasn’t told you about the Vietnam War and doesn’t want you to know? Things such as all the rainbow-colored pesticides and the disabling effect they had on US service personnel. Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War, is an account of war – a tale of anger and determination – a chronicle written in sorrow and hope. It’s the story of countless veterans who served in Vietnam and could even be your story. While the book is categorized as a memoir,…

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Journey To Healing—The Art and Science of Applied Kinesiology by Dr. Eugene Charles

Book Summary: True health is not simply the absence of disease. It is a state of being in which the miraculous physical and mental forces that make us human work together in proper balance. True health allows us to be ourselves and live every day at our own personal best. Achieving true health is a journey—unique to every individual. However, many of us do not feel the need to begin this journey until we experience symptoms, such as pain or dysfunction, that interfere with our quality of life. The disruption of our health becomes something that needs to be “fixed.”…

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Lasers, Death Rays, and the Long, Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon by Jeff Hecht

We’ve all wanted one at one time or another. Someone betrays you, hurts you, or just severely annoys you, and bam! You pull your death ray out of your purse, your backpack, your holster, or your pocket, and you turn them to dust. It would be so satisfying. But death rays aren’t real. Not yet, anyway. Not that that has stopped us from trying to build them. From Tesla to DARPA, individuals and organizations all around the world have sought to weaponize light itself, and although we have lasers, we don’t yet have death rays. Lasers, Death Rays, and the…

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Law And Addiction by Mike Papantonio

Story Summary: Novelist Mike Papantonio Pulls Back The Curtain On America’s Deadly Opioid Epidemic In His Spellbinding Thriller LAW AND ADDICTION Mike Papantonio is a novelist who knows his material only too well. One of America’s top plaintiff’s lawyers, Pap – as he’s called by friends and colleagues – has taken on the tobacco companies, the automotive industry, and more. His new legal thriller, LAW AND ADDICTION (Waterside Productions; April 2019), is based on his experiences fighting Big Pharma on behalf of hundreds of American communities devastated by the opioid crisis. As the book opens, readers meet Jake Rutledge a…

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Texas Haunted Forts by Elaine Coleman

Everybody loves a good ghost story, and Texas is full of them. But if you’re looking for a haunting with a truly rough-and-tumble story to match, you need to investigate the numerous forts, bases, and camps that littered the Texas countryside from the 1800s onward. Texas Haunted Forts chronicles the often-bloody history of many historical spots in Texas, detailing not only the military history of each fort but the urban legends, ghost stories, and spooky anecdotes that populate many of them. Whether the base is still standing or simply a bit of rubble on the landscape, there’s usually some interesting…

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Butterfly Hill by Brendan le Grange

Book Summary: A psychopath with mother issues. A policeman with his career on the line. A beautiful agent with unclear allegiances. And an ancient organisation guarding a secret that could get them all killed. Hiko Shimizu is not a nice man, but he is ingenious. Ingenious enough to find a lost artefact capable of catalysing a revolution in China? Maybe. And that’s close enough to draw the attention of powerful forces that won’t hesitate to kill to keep their secrets safe. Meanwhile, Matthys Rossouw is in hot pursuit, unaware of the full scale of the danger he faces. Butterfly Hill…

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Influencer Fast Track by Gundi Gabrielle

Book Summary: Gundi Gabrielle is the bestselling author of beginner internet marketing guides in the SassyZenGirl series offers a new, no-nonsense advice for coaches, consultants, professionals, and entrepreneurs to go from unknown players to well-known and respected influencers in very little time. Her 2018 guide Influencer Fast Track-From Zero to Influencer in the Next 6 Months offers readers a blueprint for establishing themselves in their niche, making their name known, and becoming a trusted authority in their field. Find on Amazon – https://amzn.to/2tKxQil San Francisco Book Review – 5 stars Author of the bestselling beginner internet marketing SassyZenGirl books series,…

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The Way by Kristen Wolf

Book Summary Anna is a striking and spirited young girl living in ancient Palestine where being a daughter is a disappointment. While her father excitedly anticipates the birth of his first son, the invisible Anna endures a life of drudgery. One bright spot in her world is the crippled old woman living by the village well who declares that the headstrong girl possesses a powerful destiny. But before the elder can reveal her prophecy an unexpected tragedy strikes Anna’s family and her father—dressing Anna as a boy—sells his daughter to a band of wandering shepherds. Abandoned and armed with only…

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