At the tender age of seven, Jess Riley's parents were ripped out of her life by the Tear, a ripple of white light in the sky which randomly transports people from Earth to alternate realities and distant planets once a year. On the night the Tear first appeared, the Watchers, a mysterious group of men possessing supernatural powers, made their presence known to the leaders of the world, earning their complete trust to deal with the turmoil the Tear caused.
"Great story line!"
In the second book of The Watcher Chronicles series, Jess finally learns where her father has been since the Tear first opened. While Mason tries to keep his distance from her, Jess continues to search for the other vessels with Chandler by her side. This series is intended for a mature audience. Recommended for ages 17 and older due to sexual situations and adult themes. If I were to use the movie rating system, I would rate this series an R.
J. B. West, chief usher of the White House, directed the operations and maintenance of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - and coordinated its daily life - at the request of the president and his family. He directed state functions; planned parties, weddings, funerals, gardens, playgrounds, and extensive renovations; and with a large staff, supervised every activity in the presidential home.
Jess and Mason begin their search for Faison and find themselves in a world where everything is turned upside down. Jess' relationship with Lucifer takes a turn she didn't expect, which prompts God to give her a mission she's not sure she'll survive.
In the finale of The Watcher Chronicles, Jess finally learns what Lucifer's plans are for the world. The vessels discover what their destinies are, and Jess must face the most difficult decision of her life.
Lilly Rayne Nightingale always felt like Fate was trying to wipe away her existence through a series of odd, near fatal incidences. Luckily, her best friend Will was always one step ahead of Fate preventing her from being at the wrong place at the wrong time. Will was her knight in shining armor until he broke her heart after their one and only kiss. On Lilly's first day of college, she meets Brand Cole. Intrigued by Brand, Lilly must decide whether or not she can give up her adolescent fantasy of being reunited with Will and allow Brand the opportunity to conqueror her heart.
"A must read!"
Lilly Rayne Nightengale discovers why Lucifer has been protecting her from malevolent forces bent on destroying her. She also comes face to face with the person who orchestrated the various near death experiences throughout her life and comes closer to learning the truth about why her death is so important to them.
"Love these books"
In the finale to The Watchers Trilogy, Lilly and Brand prepare for their wedding and search for more clues to uncover Lucifer's plans for her. With the help of her fallen angel friends, Lilly must face the ultimate battle between good and evil to decide the fate of both Heaven and Earth.
Gifted housebreaker, Michael O'Connor, awakens inside an ultramodern criminal justice system where prison walls are replaced by surveillance equipment and a host of actors hired to determine if he is worthy of freedom. While he was sleeping, the Supreme Court declared long term incarceration to be cruel and unusual punishment and ordered two million felons released. The result was utter chaos and the backlash from law-abiding citizens and police departments reshaped the United States. Felons now enter reeducation programs where they live freely among the population.
"The Narration completely kills this great book"
A full-cast radio drama from the 1940s starring Douglas Kelly as Dick Barton. Originally produced for Australian radio, Dick Barton and the Firefly Adventure tells of the arrival in Britain of the American master criminal Ferraro. Operating a violent protection racket, Ferraro extorts money from property owners across the capital. Those who ignore Ferraro's threats see their homes and businesses destroyed. Ferraro's many arson attacks soon earn him a nickname: the Firefly.
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of Small Unit Action in Vietnam. This book was written as a "lessons learned" guide for fighting men. It relates incidents of actual small unit combat. Compiled by an author who accompanied the men into combat it relates the personal stories of the men on the ground. Included are the details of nine encounters. From fighting in mine laden paddies, ambushes, artillery spotting missions and dealing with snipers on the march.
"Very Interesting, Minor Performance Issues"
Welcome to The Mu Mu Club! A fun-filled musical adventure for children aged 3+Join our heroes Honey and Pickle in The Mu Mu Club, and travel through the magic portal into the colourful world of Mu Mu Land.3 brand new, exciting stories, accompanied by wonderful sound effects and original songs that you’ll want to play again and again. Written & narrated by Lara J West. With songs & lyrics by Lara J West and Andy Allpass. Loved by ages 3 and above.
"Brilliant Combination of Stories and Songs"
This Vatican thriller is the first novel of a trilogy that will have you on the edge of your seat. Set in "future history" but as a parallel timeline to our own, the story begins with the death of Pope John Paul II and the election of an unknown Spanish bishop. Francis I takes it upon himself to reverse 50 years of changes foisted upon the Catholic Church by a cadre of various subversives. Written from an insider's perspective, the story, although fictional, was crafted upon verifiable facts as its foundation.
Welcome once again as The Mu Mu Club brings you further Adventures in Mu Mu Land. Two more original stories to take you all on a musical adventure, with fun sound effects, quirky characters and wonderful songs that will entertain young and old for days on end. Join Honey, Pickle and their daring dog, Buddy, as they venture once again through the magic portal into the exciting world of Mu Mu Land.
"Here's How Miles Davis and Nina Simone Were Alike and Different" is from the April 15, 2016 Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Michael J. West and narrated by Jill Melancon.