The non-fiction book Smith County Justice was written as an exposé of
governmental corruption in the East Texas town of Tyler, the county seat of
Smith County. Its publication sent shock waves... More > through the political
machine of the city of Tyler which then devised a plan for damage control.
Shortly after its publication great pressure was brought upon the publisher to
remove the book from circulation.
The guilty authorities in Smith County have never acknowledged the
evil of their ways or expressed remorse for the lives they ruined. Instead,
legal and public relations firms have been engaged to mount a campaign to
watch the used book markets for any used copies that might appear.
Whenever such copies are found they are usually bought at whatever price
is required and destroyed. As a result, used copies today have become rare
and expensive. Eventually, almost all original printed editions can be
expected to disappear.< Less
New York City is threatened once again.
In the midst of a local blackout, anomalies are found in two supposedly invulnerable computer systems. Is it merely a glitch? Or is it the work of... More > terrorists planning a larger-scale blackout?
Paul Benson, former Director of the Northeast Regional Transmission Organization, has been brought out of retirement to assist in the investigation. Working with Julie Esposito, a fellow engineer at NERTO, and his friend and mentor, Lew Walker, Benson discovers more than anyone bargained for.
The three soon find themselves drawn into a complex web of malice, conspiracy and sabotage as they start making the connections between corrupt energy executives, organized crime, a disgruntled employee and a mysterious but powerful political figure.< Less
This is the story of a man who shot his wife's lover and thus created a memory which wrecked his own life. It is a strong and strangely compelling tale full of vivid de-scriptions and graphic... More > pictures. Arnold Dudley loved his wife and killed the man who stole her from him. Hunted by justice, pursued by bitter remorse, he fled to a stretch of beach on the Australian coast and lived in utter loneliness. When almost driven to mad-ness by the solitude, he meets two women, who strive with splendid sacrifice to re build his broken life. They fail; and it is left for fate to provide the great opportunity for expiation< Less