Mistaken Enemy


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Dennis Nehamen: Mistaken Enemy

In every situation that creates conflict there are two sides each having their own opinion and striking their own defense. Each side tells their story, relates their point of view and somewhere in between you might find the truth. People fight, countries battle, wars rage and lives are lost because no one wants to give in to the other and unless one party gets what they want in total no one seems to look for finding common ground with the other side. It does not mean that you have to totally agree with the other side nor does it mean absolute agreement. Common ground is taking down those barriers and boundaries and creating a way to share the ground and mark the fine lines and boundaries with actions that policies that both sides can live with. Countries that have to negotiate in resolving differences should look…

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The First Order


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The First Order: Jeff Abbott

One young man with two different personalities and hides his true whereabouts from the one person that hopes to find him before it’s too late. How far would you go to find someone you thought was dead to learn that he might not be what you think he is and does not want you to find him? Phillip Judge is a paid assassin who is being hired to kill the Premier of Russia. When approached by a rich woman named Mrs. Clayborne he’s presented with a mission that another has declined. Failure is not an option when working with this particular group and declining when learning the facts fatal. Within the start of the novel we meet Sam Capra the brother of a young man named Danny who is presumed to have been executed by a terrorist group along with another man in his battalion…

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