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Thursday, March 14, 2013

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A Pledge of Silence by Flora J. Solomon

Rating: 4.6 Stars with 13 votes

Category: Drama, Historical, Literary

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In January of 1941, Margie Bauer is called to active duty in the Army Nurse Corps of the United States Army Reserves, and her mother sadly laments, “You’re a capable girl, but the world’s a dangerous place.” Despite her mother’s concerns, Margie is delighted when she learns her assignment is to Sternberg Hospital in Manila, Philippines—the Pearl of the Orient. She falls in love with the beauty of the island, and the carefree lifestyle of bridge games, tennis dates, pool parties, and dancing under twinkle-light stars with handsome, young doctors. Though rumors of war circulate, she feels safe—the island is fortified, the airbases are ample, and the Filipino troops are training intensely. General MacArthur is upbeat when he announces that everything is splendid.

December 8, 1941, Japanese bombers roar into the Philippines, turning everything in their path to smoldering piles of rubble. Racing to stay ahead of the enemy, the U.S. Army evacuates to the jungles of Bataan where Margie tends to the wounded, sick, and dying soldiers in open-air field hospitals. With the Nips at her heels, she is relocated to an underground tunnel-hospital on the fortified island of Corregidor. Ultimately captured by the Japanese, she is interned in Santo Tomas, a prisoner-of-war camp.

For three years, Margie doubts her survival in the harsh environment where she faces escalating danger, starvation, and loss. Then, an airplane appears in the sky. An American airplane! “We’re here! We’re here!” she calls and waves. But, cruelly, she finds the liberation forces bring with them a danger more brutal than those of her evil oppressors.

A PLEDGE OF SILENCE is a historical novel based on the experiences of the nurses who valiantly served in the Philippines during World War II and became the first U.S. military women to be taken prisoners-of-war by a foreign enemy.
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The Horrig Gorgon (Tales of Umur - Fantasy for Children aged 8 or 9 to 14 and up.) by John Terval

Rating: 0 Stars with 0 votes

Category:  Children's, Fantasy 

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When Craig and Sally Wilson move to a new home in Bumfield, Onstable, Wretchingshire, UK, postcode ON0 0NO, they quickly find that the place lives up - or down - to its address. The neighbours are unpleasant, the park is patrolled by bullies, and the town is terrorised by poo-bombing gulls. But when they go to investigate a report of an enormous spider and ginormous bat seen in the park, things suddenly become a lot more exciting.

The spider isn't a spider and the bat isn't a bat. They're even more interesting than that - better even than the swearing parrot that Craig had been hoping to find in the pet shop. Their names are Twang and Skraik, and they come from somewhere called Umur. And when Craig and Sally try to help them to get back home, they meet something that might be interesting as well if it wasn't so scary - the Horrig Gorgon.

'The Horrig Gorgon' is intended for children aged 8 and over. It is one of the two first stories (parallel to 'Eric and the Relic') in the 'Tales of Umur' series.
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Safe Harbor by Rosemary McCracken

Rating: 4 Stars with 60 votes

Category: Mystery, Suspense

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What would you do to protect your family?

Financial advisor Pat TierneyĆ¢€™s world is shattered when a visitor to her office tells her that Pat's late husband is the father of a seven-year-old boy. Stunned by the revelation of her husband's affair, Pat is even more shocked when the woman bolts from the office, leaving young Tommy behind.

When Tommy's mother is murdered, police tell Pat that the boy may be the killer's next target. In a desperate race to protect Tommy, Pat searches for the truth and uncovers a deadly scheme involving illegal immigrants, trafficking in human body parts and money laundering.

And Pat discovers that she'll do just about anything to keep her family safe.
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Double Bind (Raymond Bridges) by Seb Kirby

Rating: 3.8 Stars with 33 votes

Category: Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller

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Over there. Someone like you. Not just like you. Someone who is you.

Author Raymond Bridges has it all - success, money, a gorgeous girlfriend - and is living the good life. But when he wakes up naked in a shopping mall with no memory of who he is or how he got there, he finds his journey to discover the truth is only the beginning of a terrifying nightmare.

A shocking psychological thriller that questions the very heart of reality, trust, and loyalty, Double Bind is a must-read that will leave you breathless - and rock the foundation of everything you believe.
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