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A Blue Voice Crying in the Wilderness of a Red State By David T. Morgan
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The format and contents of this book are quite simple. There are three parts. Parts I and II consist of letters to the editor by the compiler--published letters in Part I and selected unpublished... More > ones in Part II. The third part is an appendix that consists of an address the author and compiler presented to the Hemlock Society of San Diego on March 8, 2009. The book's contents will likely be controversial, since the writer lives in perhaps the Reddest of the Red states and his views in most instances are among the Bluest of the Blue--two main exceptions being the author's stand on illegal immigration and his approval of capital punishment for murderers. As for the appendix, it offers a strong argument in favor of "pulling the plug on Grandma," if she wants it pulled. In short, this book is sure to gladden the hearts of some and raise tempers to fever pitch in others.< Less
A Blue Voice Crying in the Wilderness of a Red State By David T. Morgan
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The format and contents of this book are quite simple. There are three parts. Parts I and II consist of letters to the editor by the compiler--published letters in Part I and selected unpublished... More > ones in Part II. The third part is an appendix that consists of an address the author and compiler presented to the Hemlock Society of San Diego on March 8, 2009. The book's contents will likely be controversial, since the writer lives in perhaps the Reddest of the Red states and his views in most instances are among the Bluest of the Blue--two main exceptions being the author's stand on illegal immigration and his approval of capital punishment for murderers. As for the appendix, it offers a strong argument in favor of "pulling the plug on Grandma," if she wants it pulled. In short, this book is sure to gladden the hearts of some and raise tempers to fever pitch in others.< Less
Cruel Execution By H. Okafor
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All options are death for Christopher Bernard, a man forced to choose capital punishment for a crime he did not commit–with all physical evidence pointing to him. On the one hand, his option is... More > to take the stand and be put to death for killing one of New Orleans' most influential Mayors ever. On the other hand, his option is to defy the requests of the killers and take the stand as a witness, risking the loss of his only child in their custody. For the suspecting homicide detectives, the race is on to save at least one of two lives. Amid the constant yells of “case closed” from the Department’s Captain under stiffening pressure to apprehend those responsible for the act, Lieutenant James Walch, along with a young protégé and a fresh-out-of-Law school attorney to the accused, must go the full length, bypassing superiors, to reach the truth. The truth leads them to a far more complex conspiracy involving interstate drug trafficking–a conspiracy far deeper than the detectives could have ever imagined.< Less
Cruel Execution By H. Okafor
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All options are death for Christopher Bernard, a man forced to choose capital punishment for a crime he did not commit–with all physical evidence pointing to him. On the one hand, his option is... More > to take the stand and be put to death for killing one of New Orleans' most influential Mayors ever. On the other hand, his option is to defy the requests of the killers and take the stand as a witness, risking the loss of his only child in their custody. For the suspecting homicide detectives, the race is on to save at least one of two lives. Amid the constant yells of “case closed” from the Department’s Captain under stiffening pressure to apprehend those responsible for the act, Lieutenant James Walch, along with a young protégé and a fresh-out-of-Law school attorney to the accused, must go the full length, bypassing superiors, to reach the truth. The truth leads them to a far more complex conspiracy involving interstate drug trafficking–a conspiracy far deeper than the detectives could have ever imagined.< Less
The Doctor and the Prisoner of Rome By Alan Haitsma
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Marcellus Quintus, a slave from Londinium, came to the ancient capital of Rome in chains and was sold into prostitution by his cruel master. The young slave suffers a hard and degrading life at the... More > hand of his patron and the clients of the popular brothel, while he remains ignorant of his past and his true identity. Haunted by nightmares, and the voice of a ruthless stranger who is his mirror image, his only solace is senator Cealus Hortalus, who offers help in regaining his lost memory. When the theft of his patron’s assets is unjustly blamed on Marcellus, the poor slave’s life is in great peril as he is forced to endure the cruel punishments for the crime. Meanwhile, 2000 years in the future, the Doctor finally discovers that he has entrusted the care of his defeated arch-nemesis in the wrong hands. He immediately travels back in time to rescue Marcellus, but will the Doctor be able to save the prisoner’s life before it’s too late? Contains adult content. Not suitable for readers under 18.< Less
The Doctor and the Prisoner of Rome By Alan Haitsma
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Marcellus Quintus, a slave from Londinium, came to the ancient capital of Rome in chains and was sold into prostitution by his cruel master. The young slave suffers a hard and degrading life at the... More > hand of his patron and the clients of the popular brothel, while he remains ignorant of his past and his true identity. Haunted by nightmares, and the voice of a ruthless stranger who is his mirror image, his only solace is senator Cealus Hortalus, who offers help in regaining his lost memory. When the theft of his patron’s assets is unjustly blamed on Marcellus, the poor slave’s life is in great peril as he is forced to endure the cruel punishments for the crime. Meanwhile, 2000 years in the future, the Doctor finally discovers that he has entrusted the care of his defeated arch-nemesis in the wrong hands. He immediately travels back in time to rescue Marcellus, but will the Doctor be able to save the prisoner’s life before it’s too late? Contains adult content. Not suitable for readers under 18.< Less
90 Questions Christians Often Ask By Richard W. Lamb
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Christians all over the world, no matter what their church affiliation might (or might not) be, are curious about all sorts of spiritual matters: Who is God? Does He know me? Care about me? Will He... More > forgive my worst sins? What about suicide? What about abortion? Capital punishment? Truth found in the bible? The list goes on and on. Richard Lamb has come up with 92 typical questions Christians might ask. He answers them straightforwardly, pulling no punches. His answers will enlighten you and challenge you, as you are given the opportunity, perhaps, to question things that you may have been believing all along. Agree with him or not, you will find in this book fresh insights into age-old issues. And hopefully, you will learn how deep and passionate is the love of the One Who has called each one of us out of darkness into His marvelous light.< Less
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I Am Pol Pot By Steve Otto
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The 1970s brought us the turbulence of the Vietnam War and its protest by students and youth who where un-willing to fight for a cause that seemed unsinkable and useless. When President Richard Nixon... More > spread the Vietnam War to Kampuchea, (called Cambodia today) he not only caused outrage and protest at home, including the Kent State Ohio massacres, but he also threw Kampuchea into a state of civil war. His inept handling of the situation brought about one of the strangest social experiment of the 20th Century. Pol Pot ruled through a committee known for the first year only as the Ankar (organization). His name was not even spoken to the Kampuchean people for two years. His Communist Party of Kampuchea had amassed a powerful movement of disenfranchised peasants, who were loyal to him and his regime. The Residence of Phnom Penh, the city’s capital, were not so lucky. They were treated with suspicion. And punishment for those deemed “un-redeemable” was harsh.< Less
I am Pol Pot By Steve Otto
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In this novel, in the 1970s turbulence of the Vietnam War, and protests by students and youth who where un-willing to fight for a cause that seemed unwinable. President Richard Nixon spread the... More > Vietnam War to Kampuchea, (called Cambodia today) and not only caused outrage and protest at home, including the Kent State Ohio massacres, but also threw Kampuchea into a state of civil war and out of that emerged Pol Pot. Nixon's inept handling of the situation brought about one of the strangest social experiment of the 20th Century. Pol Pot ruled Kampuchea through a committee known for the first two years only as the Ankar (organization). His name was not even spoken to the Kampuchean people. His Communist Party of Kampuchea had amassed a powerful movement of disenfranchised peasants, who were loyal to him and his regime. The Residence of Phnom Penh, the city’s capital, were not so lucky. They were treated with suspicion. And punishment for those deemed “un-redeemable” was harsh. This is Pol Pot's story.< Less

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