"Mystically powered terrorists unleash volatile magic on the world, turning Washington, D.C., into a politically-charged fantasyland ripe for human sacrifice. Attackers with magical abilities bring down a 747 by summoning a dragon to rip it from the sky, using the hundreds of lives lost as a sacrifice to initiate the Change. The country morphs into a new landscape of swords and sorcery. Now computers and other machines are coming to life, and regular people have started to turn into mythical creatures and forgotten deities." (Kirkus Reviews)
"And Now for Something Completely Different"
Rick Putnam is running for his life. A Vietnam veteran riding a motorcycle for a national news network, he's picked up something too hot to handle. So hot that a reporter and a camera crew has already been killed and a rogue CIA kill squad is on his tail. Stick with this charismatic character as he fights his way all the way to 1600 Pennsylvania in his battle for the truth.
"a spy thriller with an ordinary man as the hero"
It's 1973. A machine gun bullet ripping over his head is a sign that motorcycle courier Rick Putnam is heading for trouble again. A winter on the Northern Cheyenne reservation seems to have shaken off any pursuit from last year's discovery of high treason in the Oval Office, so it's time for motorcycle courier Rick and, his girlfriend Eve Buffalo Calf to head back home.
"Warrior, Freelancer, Book 2"
Understanding the Crisis of the Black Male: A Handbook on Raising Black Boys to be Responsible Black Men is an audiobook that looks at the social and psychological forces that shape the development of African American males in America. It offers strategies and solutions for understanding the crisis and provides direction for those who have genuine concerns for empowering black boys.
"Superlative information to empower Black males"