Agent Colt Shore: Domino 29
When an ordinary kid learns he’s the heir to a secret agent dynasty, F.A.L.C.O.N puts him on a case to protect a famous rock group and find a missing journalist. Before he knows it, Colt Shore has gone from bodyguard to rock star to full-fledged agent, trying to save twelve girls from disappearing forever. It will take more than his ingenuity and skills and a couple of cool gadgets to protect his new friends and rescue the captured girls before it’s too late.
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These Violent Delights
Tristan and Isolde was one of those movies that defined a generation. 20 years later, as the studio plans a re-release of the film, the actress who played Isolde realizes how many members of the cast and crew have died or disappeared. Can the killer be stopped before the reunion--or will the rest of the cast face a similar fate?
Treasure of Eden
The lives of two Bedouin boys are changed forever when they find a cave filled with antiquities in the desert near Qumran.
A rogue CIA Agent stalks Jaime Richards, willing to risk all to obtain the secrets of Eden.
Join Jaime and Yani on the ultimate treasure hunt that reaches from Iraq to Davos, Switzerland to the Judean wilderness in the next Eden Thriller, due from St. Martin's in October 2008!
(Did you think it would be easy for these two to work things out?)
"Chasing Eden is a great read, encompassing a strong, attractive, and sympathetic female protagonist, a masterful weave of religion, politics, and current events, and controversy as references are made regarding the link between Yale’s Skull & Bones, the CIA, and the war in Iraq. Sharon Linnea and Barbara Sherer have really hit a nerve with Chasing Eden. The only remaining question still needed to be decided is whether Jennifer Garner or Angelina Jolie will play Jaime Richards in the movie."
–Matthew Field, Author, Father Like a Tree
Now that paradise is found...
A young book editor stumbles up from the site of a bombing in the London subway. He accepts a woman’s offer of help and a hot cup of tea. He’s never heard from again...A group of boys in upstate New York goes sledding. One doesn’t come home...A military convoy approaches a lone figure on a dusty road north of Baghdad. The woman is Army Chaplain Jaime Richards—and it seems she’s been gone a lifetime.
...the race to live forever has just begun...
After two years in paradise, Jaime has chosen to return to the “terris” world as a dual citizen, an Agent of Eden. But soon she will discover that life among mere mortals has become a living hell—and that a series of kidnappings are fatefully and tragically connected. For the victims are all descendants of Eden, and they have the one thing people outside of paradise want: A way in.
Chicken Soup from the Soul of Hawai'i
An Invitation to Paradise:
Feel the warmth and magic of Hawai'i wherever you are.
"Talking story" is an important part of the Hawaiian culture, a gift of wisdom passed from one generation to the next. This is an extraordinary collection of stories, from Hawaii's elders, the kupuna, to entertainers including Robert Cazimero, Danny Kaleikini, Jason Scott Lee, Kelly Preston and John Travolta, Dina and Clint Eastwood and Bo Derek; school children, paniolo (cowboys), sumo wrestlers, football coaches, famous chefs, and dump supervisors--all join together to present their gift of a story to the world.
And what stories they are! They will make you laugh, cry, cheer, and feel the warm sun and tradewinds wherever you are.
Princess Ka'iulani: Heart of a People, Hope of a Nation
Victoria Ka'iulani Cleghorn was the only child born to the last royal family of Hawai'i. The first heir to the throne to be half Hawaiian, half Western, she stood at the crossroads of history.
The pretty, spirited little princess would grow into a courageous young woman who fought for her homeland, her people, and the islands she loved. At the age of seventeen she stepped onto the world stage to plead her case before the U.S. President and the people of America. Hers is a dramatic, heroic story never to be forgotten.
Raoul Wallenberg: The Man Who Stopped Death
In the last days of World War II, a young Swedish architect was secretly sent to Budapest by the War Refugee Board of the U.S. Government. He was crazy enough to think he could face down Adolph Eichmann and save the last remaining Jewish population in Europe. With wits, cunning, and the help of the neutral legations, wives of Arrow Cross officers, paid help inside the SS--and mostly, from the newly emboldened Jews themselves--he did what governments and armies claimed was impossible. He faced down the SS--and won.
America's Famous and Historic Trees
Do you know the true story about what made 'Tom Sawyer's' cave so spooky? Or the vision that turned John Chapman into 'Johnny Appleseed?' How about the carnival ride that young Ameila Earhart got her neighborhood friends to build in her backyard?
Better yet, did you know you could grow offspring of the trees that stand guard at the site of each exciting adventure? This book, written with aborist Jeff Meyer in tandem with the PBS series of the same name, tells little known but revealing episodes in the life of famous Americans, and the trees they loved.