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One Freeman’s War: In the Second American Revolution (One Freemans War Book 1)

by Mark Emery

Amazing true story about American heroes who relied on faith, truth and law to challenge tyranny at every level! (Adventure, Philosophy)

A testimony of faith from ordinary citizens who stood on their beliefs and had corrupt tyrants running scared!

With a background in International Business, Rex Freeman was recruited heavily by the C.I.A. to do work overseas under private cover. He endured a gruelling screening process which spanned nearly 8 months. When he was finally invited to the Langley headquarters to make the final step, he declined the offer. Being a man of strong principles he knew wouldn’t fit in any situation in which he’d have to sell his soul for black ops.

It wasn’t long before he had a run in with the I.R.S. which didn’t suit him much. He uncovered fraud in the process and this led him to start studying the law. The more he studied, the more fraud, deception and misapplication of the law he uncovered and it wasn’t long before he became a citizen advocate for civil rights and lawful government. Instead of working ‘for’ the government as he nearly did, he was now attacking it head on and trying to put overzealous tyrants back in their proper place as servants to their masters, the people.

Rex became very public with weekly seminars and public training exposing the corruption and then offering solutions on what people can do about it to protect themselves and hold tyrants accountable. This led to a radio show and that ‘did it’. He became a threat to ‘business as usual’ by the ‘status quo’. The game was on and he became a target for persecution. The more government tried to silence him, the more he discovered through his networks and contacts and he became even more effective in countering the their attacks and suppression tactics. They threw him in jail, and he broadcast his radio show from the phone in his cell pod interviewing the inmates about abuses they had suffered. They couldn’t silence him. He wouldn’t back down. The more they threatened him, the more he pushed back and exposed their iniquity for all to see.

Rex and others like him took on;

  • Overzealous Police
  • The Corrupt Courts
  • An unlawful I.R.S.
  • Corrupt Public Officials
  • The Fed and the U.S. Treasury

Ë?Ë?Ë? They proved that the Government Goliath could be humbled by their Citizen Masters!

We all know that ‘Knowledge is Power’. Rex and others like him had acquired the knowledge and the power to defend themselves and challenge ‘the machine’ which so many of us feel so helpless to stand up against. This is a story of faith and hope. It is a gripping adventure. It’s a testimony to the power of the Holy Spirit. It’s entertaining and funny! Yet it is as serious as a heart attack. You will be enlightened when you learn some of the amazing discoveries that were made and you will see the key issues that have bound you over to servitude in our current system of law.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Lessons and Discoveries for all Americans & Freedom Lovers Worldwide

The issues raised in this book are critical to understand as it comes down to pure operation of law and how your rights are converted into privileges regulated by the government. Which do you prefer; the status quo where temporary government granted privileges can be suspended on a whim? Or immutable Natural, God Given rights, which nobody can infringe upon? The choice is yours.

Reclaim those natural rights. Understand the issues.

Read this book to advance your knowledge on many issues which have been hidden from the public. Enjoy this Christian testimonial and claim the power of the Holy Spirit that we shall occupy with boldness and fervor until Jesus returns to claim his bride !


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Diary of a Social Media Detox: How One Woman Transformed Her Life by Taking A Break

by Rachel J. Livoni

Rachel Livoni loved social media and blogging so much she missed a marriage proposal! She was so busy on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn that she missed her fiancée’s entire marriage proposal plans. After Rachel realized what she missed, a thunderous awakening swept through her heart. She decided to take a break from social media, a drastic, tortuous 30-day social media detox to help re-prioritize her life and stop the addictive behavior of checking her phone all the time.
Diary of a Social Media Detox is a humbling and hilarious memoir of one woman’s’ frustration, defeat, humility, excitement, and transformation.
These intimate journal entries are Rachel’s deepest darkest confessions over a 30-day period that will shock you, perhaps have you ponder about your own relationship with social media, and make you laugh more than a tweet. Included are the top 10 signs you may be addicted to Facebook and a guide for eating alone in a restaurant without using your cell phone.
Anyone who has ever struggled with overwhelming pressure to use social media for their business or hears family members say, “Put that down!” should read this quirky, insightful, life-changing story of how one woman profoundly changed her life after taking a break from social media.

Loving Me in Spite of Me: A Memoir

by Sassy Harrison

Loving Me In Spite of Me is a story of redemption that focuses on the importance of self love before offering love to another. It’s author, a self professed grace case, takes the reader on the journey through her life experiences in hopes that her mistakes will help someone else avoid making the same.

Joseph Fielding Smith (Remembering the Prophets of God Book 1)

by Francis M. Gibbons

President Joseph Fielding Smith (1876 to 1972) , the tenth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints represents a sort of welding link connecting all Church Presidents, past and present. The grandnephew of the founding Prophet, Joseph Smith, Jr., Joseph Fielding Smith was a contemporary of the succeeding fifteen Presidents of the Church. As a boy and a young man, he was personally acquainted with Presidents John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, and Lorenzo Snow. He served in the Quorum of the Twelve during the administrations of his father, President Joseph F. Smith, and then under Presidents Heber J. Grant, George Albert Smith, and David O. McKay. By the time he was ordained as the tenth President of the Church on January 23, 1970, he had personally witnessed nearly a century of Church history. He was also a contemporary of the six Church Presidents who succeeded him after his death (as of November of 2014), having served in the First Presidency or the Quorum of the Twelve with Presidents Harold B. Lee, Spencer W. Kimball, Ezra Taft Benson, Howard W. Hunter, Gordon B. Hinckley, and Thomas S. Monson.
This book is the first part of a seven volume work entitled Remembering Seven Prophets, which are based upon the reminiscences President Smith’s scribe and secretary, Francis M. Gibbons. Now in his ninety-fourth year, Brother Gibbons worked personally with seven Presidents of the Church and is the most prolific biographer of LDS Church Presidents in the history of the Church.
Included in this book are many unique stories, anecdotes and insights about President Joseph F. Smith which are available nowhere else.

She Will Kill Your Ass

by Debbie Mason

Three harrowing tales of female killers…

Brittany Holberg was a twenty-three years old prostitute when she was convicted of murdering 80-year-old A.B. Towery Jr, stabbing him over sixty times.
The controversy surrounding the case centered around the relationship of Brittany and Towery prior to the killing. Brittany argued that Towery was a client who went into a rage when he found drugs on her person. He attacked her and she retaliated in self-defense.
Further investigation would reveal otherwise, however, as Brittany would use numerous household items in a brutal assault on the elderly man.
She fled the scene only to be caught at a McDonald’s after police received a tip from a witness who saw her on “America’s Most Wanted.”
With her good looks and well-proportioned body, Brittany has remained in the spotlight as she was featured in a Maxim Magazine article as one of the “hottest women on death row”.

Claiming to be a victim of rape and other abuses, a distraught Tracey Grissom would travel to her ex-husband Hunter’s workplace and shoot him six times in the back, receiving a twenty-five-year life sentence for his murder.
Her defense attorney would argue that Tracey was motivated by post-traumatic stress disorder caused by her Hunter’s constant abuse and sexual assaults. One jury member had even asked the judge to be lenient in her sentencing as they were not allowed to hear details of her Hunter’s alleged abuses (beatings, rape, sodomy).
But what really happened in the years that led up to May 15th, 2012? Was she in fact the victim of years of abuse by a psychotic husband? Or did she want to cash in on his $100,000 life insurance policy?

Gwen Hendricks was a seemingly normal Colorado housewife who began hearing voices telling her to kill her husband.

With a childhood steeped in religious teaching, Gwen began keeping a journal of her daily conversations with God who she claims told her that she needed to kill her husband in order to obtain proceeds from his life insurance.

Savage Bitches

by Elsa Coulter

A collection of True Crime stories centering around some of the nuttiest…and most violent female killers in the modern era… When Paul Snabel disappeared suddenly after attending a party at the home of Donna Randall in November 1989, his flatmate was not immediately concerned for his well being. After binging on a cocktail of drugs and alcohol, Snabel would sometimes be prone to taking off on impromptu joyrides across the open roads. Even after a week or so without any contact, loved ones did not suspect that Paul could have possibly been the victim of a violent crime. Instead, people assumed that he had finally succumbed to his vices. Suspecting that he may have careened off of a steep cliff in a drunken stupor, local authorities proceeded to conduct an extensive search along Victoria’s highways.

Instead of recovering a body, police were surprised to find pieces of Snabel’s most prized possession – a red and white striped Yamaha motorcycle – disassembled across several garbage dumps and dams. In the coming weeks, the abandoned pieces would prove to be the first of many clues pointing to a stunning conspiracy revolved around love lost and a callous, brutal murder, unlike anything the area had experienced before or since…all because Paul Snabel had run afoul of a woman named Irene Maslin.

The Texarkana Moonlight Murders

by Iris Hulse

The Texarkana Moonlight Murders was a term created for the unsolved murders committed in and around Texarkana in the spring of 1946 by an unidentified serial killer known as the “Phantom Killer”. The killer attacked eight people within ten weeks, five of whom were killed with the attacks occurring late at night, hence the name “Moonlight Murders.”

The murders sent the town of Texarkana into a state of panic throughout the summeras people sought to arm themselves and kept indoors at night.

The Red Rock Killer: A Collection of True Crime

by Pete Dove

A collection of the most vile serial killers imaginable…Roger Fain is reaching that age when most Americans are thinking of retirement. He is sixty five in 2019, and should be looking forward to a life of leisurely commitments, perhaps time with the grand kids, or enjoying his interests and hobbies.
But, instead, the future Fain can see consists of four concrete walls, unpleasant smells and the ever present threat of violence. It is very unlikely that he will set foot in the free world again; instead an old age inside the prison system beckons, which will surely hold him until, unmissed and forgotten, he passes on and his place is taken by the next felon in the unending cycle of US crime.
It is hard not to spend time reflecting on how Roger Fain might feel as he approaches this milestone in his life. Does he regret his past misdemeanors, holding some form of guilt for what he has done? According to Dan Anderson, ex husband of one of the woman alleged, but not proven, to have been a victim of Fain’s crimes, he does not.

A World Too Vast: The Four Voyages of Columbus

by Alexander McKee

In 1492, Christopher Columbus set sail on a voyage across the Atlantic that would change the course of history forever. His inadvertent discovery of the Americas â?? which he believed to be Asia â?? would ultimately pave the way for the conquest of the â??New World’.

Following his return to Spain, Columbus would become Admiral of the Ocean and viceroy of the Indies. Further voyages to the newfound lands were made, but discovery of the Asian lands that Columbus so coveted remained an elusive prospect.

In this thorough account, Alexander McKee examines the man behind the image and reassesses the key factors that impeded Columbus from achieving the glory he sought. McKee’s careful analysis paints a complex portrait of a contradictory yet fascinating figure: a brilliant seaman who yet refused to accept that he had not discovered Asia, and who was tainted by accusations of mismanagement. A World Too Vast is thus a compelling account of one of the most iconic figures in history.

Praise for Alexander McKee

â??Gives an exceptionally vivid and valuable picture’ – Tribune

â??An intriguing report’ – Kirkus Reviews

Alexander McKee (1918-1992) was a British military historian and journalist who published almost thirty books on military, naval and aeronautical history. During the Second World War he wrote for a succession of army newspapers and later became a writer and producer for the British Forces Network. His work on locating and excavating the Tudor warship Mary Rose brought him an OBE and international fame. His other books include King Henry VIII’s Mary Rose and Black Saturday.

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