Intriguing Reading: Inside the CIA; Fear And A Knock On The Door; Homicide In Hawaii; And Fighting Inner Demons From An Abusive Past
North American Precis Syndicate
“Guardian: Life in the Crosshairs of
the CIA’s War on Terror” by Thomas Pecora (Post Hill Press)
(NAPSI)—A CIA security officer for 24 years draws back the curtain on
the little-known and misunderstood world of the CIA protective
operations—security teams that work on the front lines in some of the
most dangerous places in the world, doing battle with America’s most
determined enemies in the war on terror and more.
The author’s direct involvement allowed him to work behind the
scenes of some of the most well-known conflicts of our time, including the
infamous encounter known as Black Hawk Down, the hunt for Osama Bin Laden and
the hotbeds across the Middle East where fires continue to burn.
To buy: https://amzn.to/30CWJKQ.
Chris DeVito (She Writes Press)
A single flash of twisted metal and steel is all it takes to shatter
Jennifer’s life forever. The drunk driver took her husband’s life
but she lives on. Depression. Survivor guilt. Anxiety. They all take their
hold like a vise grip. Jennifer goes from being an investment banker in
Manhattan and having nerves of steel to not being able to perform the
simplest tasks without feeling the most crippling fear. To escape her despair
and anxiety, she moves to a small southern town where she sits alone in the
new house she has made her prison. She thought she knew fear and
terror—until she hears the loud knocking at her front door.
Buy at https://amzn.to/2Y7N1Dd.
“Off the Grid” by
Robert McCaw (Oceanview Publishing)
A scrap of cloth fluttering in the wind leads Hilo police Chief Detective
Koa K?ne to the tortured remains of an unfortunate soul, left to burn in the
path of an advancing lava flow. For Koa, it’s the second gruesome
homicide of the day and he soon discovers the murders are linked.
These grisly crimes on Hawaii’s Big Island could rewrite
history—or cost Chief Detective K?ne his career. The book has been
called a relentlessly riveting tale that races out of the gate and never lets
Buy at http://bit.ly/2Y0QAeF.
“All The Broken People”
by Amy Rivers (Compathy Press LLC)
Traveling to the kudzu-covered mountains of North Georgia to care for her
mother-in-law after a fall, Alice fights against inner demons from her
abusive past and uncovers ugly family secrets, as devious attacks on her and
her family threaten their lives.
The author “slowly unravels characters intertwined with one another
for many years. Hidden truths begin to surface...as they struggle to understand
and define their feelings about past mistakes that have led to present
wrongdoing. The rich descriptions of this town itself will make you feel as
if you’re there. It’s a suspenseful read that will stay with you
long after the last page,” says Kathryn Mattingly, author of “The
Buy at http://bit.ly/2M52yg1.
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