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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Second Batch of Sunday Free Books 6-17-2012

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No Mercy by Wendy Cartmell




Rating: 4.7 Stars with 3 votes
Category:
Mystery, Short Stories
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The title story of this small collection of short stories 'No Mercy', is an introduction to Wendy Cartmell's detective Sgt Major Crane of the Special Investigations Branch in the British Army. After writing this story she went on to pen the full length novels Steps to Heaven and 40 Days 40 Nights. There are four mystery stories, all with a twist in the tail, and one humorous autobiographical piece, Dick Wanted to be a Policeman. A good introduction to her work.

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The Marlowe Transmissions by Jack Sheppard




Rating: 4.7 Stars with 3 votes
Category:
Science Fiction
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When the apocalypse came, it wasn't like anyone expected. There wasn't a nuclear holocaust, or zombies, or World War 3. There was only a well-intentioned experiment to unlock the human mind. The experiment worked, and people got what they wanted: psionic powers. But they soon found out that some things weren't meant to be discovered.

Dez Marlowe has been traveling the Wastes alone for longer than he can remember, fighting wild, blood-thirsty Scavengers and avoiding empath hunters. Like everyone else, he's just trying to survive as best he can in a chaotic and lawless world. Tired of aimless wandering, Dez gains entrance to Detroit, now a walled city ruled by the iron-fisted dictator Terrence McHale. Instead of peace, however, Dez only finds more trouble in the form of a lovely girl who just happens to be Terrence McHale's only daughter. She's run away, and Dez finds himself volunteering to go get her.

Finding her proves to be the easy part.


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How to Get to the Future Before It Gets to You by Shepherd Mead




Rating: 5.0 Stars with 1 votes
Category:
Humor
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In this challenging book the author of the celebrated best-selling book, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying (which inspired the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical), provides a daring and amusing antidote to those Doomsday prophets who believe that man is destined to destroy himself and planet earth.

Shepherd Mead quickly proves that ""natural"" isn't necessarily good; demonstrates how to use ""population"" against people (or just how many can we stand?); and describes how to become a scourge of environment-busters.

Highlighting his narrative with amusing and telling anecdotes, Mr. Mead discusses new energy concepts, sophisticated waste disposal systems that reclaim everything (even the garbage), frozen and instant electricity, multispectral photography, and some far-out ideas of his own in the area of communications and do-it-yourself ecology.

In a lighter vein, he suggests a Pleasure Index as a replacement for GNP (Gross National Product); describes how we can keep people from a future that's already in the past; how the future home can be an electric and electronic paradise--or hell (depending on the individual viewer); electric education and the university in decades to come; improving people through ""germinal choice""; benevolent brainwashing; the Shepherd Mead Symbiotic Super Box, transduction, and advanced cloning.

Then there's the very special Magical Population-Reducing People Crib (it's really wild and guaranteed to discourage childbearing); Super Sports Heroes of the Future (part man and part animal--like the greatest middle distance runner in history who won an Olympic gold medal and the Kentucky Derby. And he can run with or without a jockey. Or the great Australian female high jumper who qualified with two kids in her pouch, but was later disbarred when she was caught shaving).

Sexual-social problems in the future also come under the keen scrutiny of Mr. Mead. What will become of sin when we have pleasures (outlined in intimate detail) that are not sinful according to the current rules--but are many times more ecstatic than those associated with sex? Mr. Mead presents an exciting new Sexual Bill of Rights; provides tips on how to condition your wife/husband to get him/her to bow to your will; how to make a mistress of your computer--and how Doomsday can help us all.


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Gutshot Straight by Lou Berney




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Category: Mystery, Thriller

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From Booklist
*Starred Review* Charles “Shake” Bouchon leaves prison intending to go straight. But, within hours, lovely, lethal Lexy Ilandryan, head of LA’s Armenian mob and Shake’s one-time lover, has him running an “errand” for her. The task seems simple: drive a car to Las Vegas and turn it over to Dick Moby, a 400-pound sadist who runs a strip club. Moby will give him a briefcase that he is to return to Lexy. Shake needs the three large Lexy hands him, but he quickly learns that nothing is as it seems; in short order, he’s ditched by a gorgeous young stripper who had been stuffed in the car’s trunk and is on the run from the Armenians and Moby’s able henchman. She’s also searching for the briefcase, which contains a priceless religious relic. Virtually every character is memorable, and the chemistry between Shake and Gina, the gorgeous and devious stripper, is brilliant. The plot turns are constant, and the dialogue is sharp. The bad guys are wonderfully scary, and the locales—Las Vegas and Panama—are vividly drawn. The estimable Elmore Leonard might be very pleased to call Gutshot Straight his own. --Thomas Gaughan
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