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John of the Apocalypse By R.P. Nettelhorst
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If everything in your life went wrong, wouldn’t it be nice if Jesus came and told you why? “Why doesn’t God do something?” It was a question heavy on John’s mind. He... More > had seen all his companions bleed and die; thousands of his compatriots had been slaughtered by a brutal tyranny. It seemed such an odd way for God to treat his most faithful servants. John was just a lonely old man exiled for his beliefs on the island of Patmos. And then Jesus unexpectedly showed up with good news and an explanation.< Less
The Seventh Child of Nod By Eula Youngblood
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This fictional story borders on the Cinderlla theme about Esmeralda "Mera" Wilkins, a young, African-American female prodigy who developed special physical, intellectual and spiritual... More > powers. The twentieth century descendent of an eighth century BC prophetess named Huldah, Mera was commissioned by God to interpret the encapsulated scrolls written in the language of God and sealed up by King Josiah.< Less
Colombian Kilo By Donald Patterson
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The Colombian government has confiscated a half-built Russian submarine from the drug cartel, expanding the Colombian submarine navy by a third. One problem: the cartel built a second sub and the... More > Russians want it back.< Less
Boiled Frog By R.P. Nettelhorst
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A fable about frogs and their attempts to appease the storks.
Where No Question Dwells By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Human beings come upon a world with an ancient, non-technological civilization that is locked in a rigid culture allowing no unanswered questions. The answers have all been given and the people are... More > expected to simply memorize all the questions and their appropriate answer. Conflict results when the people of this ancient culture are suddenly confronted, thanks to the humans mere existence, with the entirely new, which lacks both question and answer.< Less
Chronicles of the Kings - Book 2: A King of Shreds and Patches By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Second book in a series retelling the history of the Hebrew monarchy, set in an alternate future, in a galaxy spanning civilization, with battles between worlds and solar systems.
Fades the Flower By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Paul Wilcox is 83 years old. When his friend invites him to visit an unusual archeological site in Lebanon, he never suspects that it will change his life. Archeologists have discovered evidence of... More > an advanced human civilization wiped out over a hundred thousand years ago in a biological war when the first virus was created from scratch and unleashed on the world. All the viruses known to humanity have their origins in an ancient weapon of war gone haywire. But that is not the only wonder uncovered; an advanced computer from that ancient time still exists and gives Paul a secret that will change his life—and the lives of everyone else in the world—more than any other secret from the past: the secret to eternal youth.< Less
Colombian Kilo By Donald Patterson
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The Colombian government has confiscated a half-built Russian submarine from the drug cartel, expanding the Colombian submarine navy by a third. One problem: the cartel built a second sub and the... More > Russians want it back.< Less
Mole By R.P. Nettelhorst
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A child is placed into a totalitarian society, grows up as an ordinary member of it, and works his way to the top levels of the authoritarian government. But he is no ordinary child; he is a mole,... More > placed there to overturn the tyranny and establish freedom.< Less
Somewhere Obscurely By R.P. Nettelhorst
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Aramond Smith O’Reilly is a trader in human misery who, for a price, moves desperate workers illegally from depressed time periods to more prosperous periods of history. Aramond’s story... More > is a story of redemption. It is somewhat reminiscent of the story of former slave trader John Newton who went on to be a defender of the faith and author of Amazing Grace.< Less