The Unsettling Case for Samuel Craddock

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The Unsettling Case for Samuel Craddock

Prejudice, hate, discrimination and guilt by they color of your skin is at the heart of this mystery filled with heartbreaking scenes and law enforcement agencies that will not go that extra mile to learn the truth behind five senseless murders and a fire that took the lives of children. Called to the scene of a fire police chief Samuel Craddock who is just starting to learn the ropes of the job is now under fire to solve not only who started the fire but why were several black children killed. The fire was not the cause of their deaths but something else was. As he begins to assess the scene Sam faces many roadblocks from the Texas Highway Patrol in charge of the case and the Bobtail police force. Smart, yet unsure of his abilities and not sure what he can and cannot…

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The World of Lights

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E.N. Nasimi: The World of Lights: The Beginning

Through out time there have been people who are primarily concerned with their own self-worth, importance and power. Within this novel there are three separate stories that will interact into one as we get to understand the meaning of hate, revenge, forgiveness, selflessness and family loyalty.

The story first introduces us to two men that live in the same village but are different in so many ways. Abbas is kind, considerate, often naïve of the evil of others in that he refuses to give in to it and although poor he manages to with a full heart give over so much to help others. Humbaba is his foe and the leader of the village who feels that his superiority reigns, his money is more important, his word and law final. When anyone dares to speak out against his wishes, dares to voice…

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