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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Fourth Batch of Wednesday Free Books 5-23-2012

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One by One by Phil Tucker

Rating: 4.8 stars with 8 votes
Category: Literary Fiction
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For Peter, the end of civilization begins quietly with the disappearance of his mother. At the police station he learns that thousands of others have gone mysteriously missing overnight, and that tens of millions more are vanishing daily across the globe. Without explanation humanity finds itself facing its final year on the planet, and it is only then that Peter falls in love.

Her name is Sophia, and though both are haunted by loss they find in each other a passion that is as real as it is worth fighting for. As the government buckles and then collapses, as the darkest registers of human nature are sounded and a brutal demagogue rises to lead a reign of terror, they strive to find meaning and purpose in a world that is bereft of all certainties but one: that they too are fated to disappear.

The Chronicles of Marr-nia by Karen Cantwell

Rating: 4.7 stars with 16 votes
Category: Humor
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Four funny and touching short stories featuring soccer mom and movie lover, Barbara Marr, who made her debut appearance in the hilarious murder mystery, Take the Monkeys and Run.

Includes the laugh-out-loud mystery short story, “Missing Impossible.” When Barb decides to tag along on a PI job with Colt, things don’t go quite as planned, and she finds herself in yet another sticky situation. (A between-the-novels short)

Other short stories: “Taming the Hulk,” “Top Lawn,” and “The Road to Shangri-La.” Also, just for fun, the author has added two BONUS shorts with different themes. All-in-all - a collection sure to entertain.

A Higher Court by John L. Betcher

Rating: 4.1 stars with 42 votes
Category: Religious/ Literary
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My name is William Kensey. I have a wife and two great kids. Until very recently, I was a well-respected and financially successful trial attorney.

I was also a man who was comfortable with his religion. I preferred it served at arm's length from the pulpit on Sunday morning. And would rather not discuss it the rest of the week.

The circumstances that led me to write A HIGHER COURT changed all that. The entire experience was both bizarre and unavoidable. You see, I was summoned to serve as a juror in an improbable trial -- a trial to determine whether God exists.

I know.

You think that sounds ludicrous. I did, too . . . until the trial began.

Witnesses buried me under mountains of scientific evidence. My own eyes forced me to confront the reality of extreme human suffering. God seemed less and less relevant -- even absent -- as the trial progressed.

At the close of the trial, I had to render my verdict -- "God" or "No God." Affirm a new and deeper faith in a Creator, or confess the triumph of science.

A HIGHER COURT is the story of how I discovered my ultimate truth. If your mind is open, you can join me in this journey of self-discovery. Come along. You won't be sorry.

October's Ghost by Ryne Douglas Pearson

Rating: 4.2 stars with 4 votes
Category: Thriller
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From Publishers Weekly
This would-be techno-thriller initially appears to have the requisite action ingredients. While the Russians and Americans are at a delicate point in disarmament talks, a U.S. submarine vanishes. In Cuba, as an anti-Castro revolt nears success, Castro launches an atomic warhead hidden for 30 years. Then an FBI agent is gunned down in L.A. by Cuban hit men out to silence a defector. But almost immediately, Pearson's ( Cloudburst ) sprawling, overcrowded novel becomes mired in its own excesses. Events escalate at a barely manageable rate, as informers are chased, a boozing journalist survives one narrow escape after another, and the LA police try to solve domestic crimes with international overtones. In addition to an overwhelming number of poorly defined characters and turgid prose, the novel suffers from Pearson's incomplete mastery of present and past events as he mingles history with speculation. Some readers may also be short-circuited by all the techno-babble. Still, this partial misfire provides ample fodder for conspiracy buffs and military historians to chew on.
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From Library Journal
Pearson (Cloudburst, Morrow, 1993) delivers another riveting technothriller, using many of the same characters that appeared in his debut novel. A complex web of plots include a plan by Cuban rebel forces and the CIA to overthrow Castro in a modern Bay of Pigs (hence the title); a sensitive and vulnerable cooperative effort between the United States and Russia to modernize Russia's defense systems; and Castro's plans to launch a secretly held nuclear missile. Two FBI special agents become involved when a Cuban defector tries to warn the United States about the weapon. When the U.S. government finally finds out about the weapon, it prepares against a nuclear attack and warn Russia. The Russians are justifiably skeptical; while trying to convince them that the threat is indeed from Cuba, the CIA sends its Delta force to Cuba to secure and defuse the bomb. Actions and heroics build as the "good guys" win the day and Cuba gains a new leader. Highly recommended.
Stacie Browne Chandler, Plymouth P.L., Mass.
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