Enjoy These Tales Of Danger, Strange Events And A Memorable Life
North American Precis Syndicate
(NAPSI)—BookBites is a continuing series bringing readers
information and ideas for their next read. Here are four new books in which
to get lost—something for all different tastes from BookTrib.com.
“Flamingo Coast” by
Martin Jay Weiss
“They harbor the largest network of wealthy expatriate fugitives in
the world, changing their identities, laundering their assets, helping them
purchase property in impenetrable safe havens.” They are Flamingo
Enterprises of Grand Cayman Island. And in “Flamingo Coast,” they
harbor Max Culpepper, a criminal hedge fund manager who—out on bail in
Manhattan, awaiting trial—has escaped and is hunted by former IRS
special agent Jennifer Morton, fired by the IRS after apparently obtaining
evidence illegally against Culpepper. Jennifer wants revenge on
Culpepper—and she gets the opportunity.
To purchase “Flamingo Coast” (Rare Bird Books), visit https://amzn.to/2Zb6uiw.
“Thirteen Across” by
Seven subway stops. Seven sets of clues. A ticking clock and race across
the nation’s capital. Phillip Barnes blames FBI special agent Kate
Morgan for murdering his family and he is determined to make her atone. He
throws Kate into a dangerous catch-me-if-you-can puzzle, with the challenge
to save others. Barnes not only wants to torture her but expose her past. The
FBI brings in a real-life crossword puzzle expert to help figure out the upcoming
subway stops and solve the riddle, which brings to light covert secrets with
Kate at the center of a disturbing conspiracy. Will she survive?
“Thirteen Across” (MindScape Press)
is available at http://bit.ly/2Wx64Gr.
“A Dream for Peace” by Ghoulem Berrah
He was a freedom fighter turned diplomat committed to a lifelong search
for global peace. “A Dream for Peace” is the personal memoir of
Dr. Ghoulem Berrah, tracking
his incredible journey fighting for the independence of his homeland Algeria,
as a man of science, and an international diplomat who rubbed elbows with
some of the world’s most prominent people, all the while dedicated to
working for peace. This is a fascinating memoir and a character study of the
You can get “A Dream for Peace” (Dr. Ghoulem
Berrah Foundation) at https://amzn.to/2QXp4YC.
“Bulwark” by Brit Lunden
Think “Hansel and Gretel” meets “Friday the 13th.”
They say she comes back every 50 years. She needs fresh blood to stay young
and beautiful and she takes children. Steals them and keeps them. Welcome to
Bulwark, a fictitious small town that’s not as cute and quiet as it
seems in this novelette by Brit Lunden. Follow
Sheriff Clay Finnes as things get strange, he hears
fantastical stories from an accident victim, and a visit to the ominous
Gingerbread House makes him realize life as he knows it will never be the
You can find “Bulwark” (Chelshire)
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“Four new books in which to get lost: the
thriller “Flamingo Coast” by Martin Jay Weiss; a mystery with
crossword puzzle, “Thirteen Across” by Dan Grant; Ghoulem Berrah’s memoir
“A Dream for Peace”; and the spooky “Bulwark” by Brit
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