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The Hammarskjold Killing By William Higham
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Louis Montagne, a high-profile identity in Europe's financial world, and a covert sponsor of the recent European-American Protocol against Terrorism, hears that a civilian EAPaT techno worker in Sri... More > Lanka, Srian Davis, has evidence to link him with the 45-year-old mystery plane crash in Africa that killed U.N. Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, a man known for his commitment to peace, a love of poetry, and a mystical muse. Montagne's orders: 'Stop her at all costs'. Trusting no one, not even the anti-terror forces she worked with, Srian's best defense proves to be something she has in common with the late Dag, a mystical trick of her own up her sleeve. That, and two unexpected allies in Zimbabwe, a couple of 'bush monkeys' - Nick Thorn and Kapessa Nyogwe< Less
Nakada's Touch By William Higham
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1990 - A watershed year in South Africa’s tempestuous history. Police emergency powers are lifting, apartheid laws are finally crumbling, and Nelson Mandela walks free after 27 years in... More > detention. Into this volatile mix walks political journalist Sally Kaplan, a New Yorker on a working vacation in Natal’s Port Farewell. A risk-taker, her work permit under threat by a white government struggling with a new sociopolitical reality, Sally is taken off the political desk by Natal Crier editor Deek Delany and reassigned a story in red-light district Baysend, domain of the night people. People like stripper Elsa van Els, nightclub owner and Elsa's lover Clair Wilson, and young street hustlers Wayne van Els and Danie Marais. Together, they take Sally on a journey into a killer’s madness... _______________________________________________________________ 'Screenplay adaptation a 2004 SEMI-FINALIST in American Accolades Screenwriting Competition!'< Less
Live And Like It By John Higham
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FEW people have the ability to evaluate the problems of life and come to the right decisions, to realize the consequences of their actions and the effect they can have on the happiness or unhappiness... More > of their lives. For instance, we tend to be slaves to the common myth that money and material possessions create happiness. It seldom works that way. We should readjust and reevaluate our attitudes, too often 'dyed' by the thoughts and teachings of similarly misguided people. The question we must ask is how do we achieve happiness in today's modern world? The answers may be found in the passages of this book. As they are read, absorbed, and understood, it will be realized that happiness is a matter of opinion, and having the right opinion is nothing more than having the mind as a slave, and not the master. It is nothing more than the good ordering of the mind.< Less