Invisible Wounds


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Invisible Wounds: Dustin Beutin

A woman officer is brutally raped and the incident is quietly and quickly covered up. When Special Agent Morgan Huntley goes after the officer responsible for raping the young women he is taken off active duty, arrested and punished. The young man in question comes from a connected family and Detective Morgan Huntley is forced to take action into his own hands. But, arresting the rapist only brings him more grief and eventually he learns the meaning of power. But, something serious is going on in Afghanistan and approached by the higher brass he is asked to go undercover to unravel what happens when ex-army Special Forces men reenter the Afghan desert to create a drug cartel. Taking the challenge and wanting to find out who are behind this criminal organization stems from the fact that his friend has been kidnapped when investigating the murder of…

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Spotlight The Bone Box


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On a hill overlooking the Aegean Sea in Turkey, an international team of archeologists discovers a stone box that first-century Jews used to rebury their dead. The box’s Aramaic inscription: Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ. Sophia Altay, the beautiful French-Turkish archeologist who heads the team, tries to keep the discovery secret until she can authenticate the ossuary. She knows that people will kill to obtain the relics—and to suppress the box’s other contents, documents that could alter Western history.

Joseph Travers, an American sent to Turkey to evaluate the archeological dig, soon finds himself pulled into the web of betrayal, reprisal, and violence. In his journey through Istanbul’s mosques and palaces, the archeological sites around ancient Ephesus, and, ultimately, the strange and mystical terrain of Cappadocia, he comes to understand the epochal meaning of the bone box.

The Bone Box: Jay Amberg

Within this novel there are many conflicts…

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Nakumura Reality


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Within this novel there are two plots. One that takes place in the present, which centers on a man named Hugh McPherson who loses his 11-year-old twins. Could a serious riptide have washed away their bodies? Leaving them to be with his girlfriend would cost him a lot. But, Hugh faces another crisis as his Japanese wife, Setsuko, no longer wants anything to do with him as a result of the death of their sons and returns home to live with her father in Japan. Kazuki Ono is her father and he is currently penning a novel that mirrors what might have happened to his sons. Dealing with both incidents Hugh decides to swim out to sea and drown himself. But, something stops him as a vision of his sons comes to pass or light holding the final letter Hugh sent to his ex-wife asking that she forgive him.

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