Hidden Behind the Mist of Arrow Lakes

Hidden Behind the Mist of Arrow Lakes: So Deep Are the Sinister Secrets That Hide in Plain Sight …A Brief Synopsis

Arrow Lakes, British Columbia, Canada – In the remote and picturesque Arrow Lakes region of British Columbia, Canada, a shocking revelation has emerged that unravels the threads of a dark past. Hidden Behind the Mist of Arrow Lakes uncovers the shadowy lives of those who altered their birth or last names by ingeniously tweaking just a letter or two. These individuals, with ties to Nazi families and the regime, managed to live unobtrusively, far from the prying eyes of justice and accountability. The compelling tapestry of connections spans continents and cultures—Russia, England, Germany, and Canada—and unearthed a web of intrigue and deception that traces back to the shadowy days of the Nazi era.

Lucia Mann, a distinguished humanitarian, activist, and prolific author, draws upon her journalism background and firsthand experiences to meticulously document and share these untold stories. By shedding light on the hidden histories of the Nazi era and the individuals who sought refuge in the Arrow Lakes region, Mann ensures that these stories are etched into the collective memory of humanity.

As the mist lifts, the book’s pages reveal a harrowing chronicle of unspeakable atrocities that have long been shrouded in secrecy, serving as a stark reminder of the depths of human malevolence.  The book also serves as a poignant reminder that, even in the face of darkness, the power of storytelling can illuminate the truth and inspire meaningful change. Hidden Behind the Mist of Arrow Lakes is available now and is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand the intricacies of human history and the enduring quest for justice.

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Maximise Your Child's Performance

Maximise Your Child’s Performance: A Concise Guide to Unlocking their Potential…A Brief Synpsis

We all want our children to do well in life and achieve their full potential, but what if there was a way to increase your child’s grades at school simply by participating in a few, fun activities carried out at strategic times on their educational journey? Perhaps you want your child to be a great reader, enjoy creative writing and feel confident in maths throughout their schooling. Are there things perhaps, which you could do to make this much easier for them?

Concisely created with busy parents and carers in mind, Maximise Your Child’s Performance examines 10 areas in which you can make a real difference to your child’s academic achievement. With a few simple hacks from preschool age through to the teens, experienced educator, Jennie Segar, draws on personal experience and the results of scientific research to guide parents and carers on how to help their children increase their cognitive abilities so that they can maximise their performance in class tests, entrance exams, GCSEs and SATs. Regardless of a child’s socioeconomic background and the academic achievement of their parents, she firmly believes that all healthy children can unlock this potential, improving their so called ‘intelligence’. She has seen it happen and is confident that this information will help you and your children too.

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Grind Slowly, Grind Small

Grind Slowly, Grind Small…A Brief Synopsis

“Grind Slowly, Grind Small” is a police procedural/mystery set in rural Arkansas in 1960. Chief of police, Ray Elmore, a man broken by the horrors he witnessed in the war in the Pacific, has returned home to a world that he no longer understands.

When the skeleton of a young girl is discovered at a construction site, “Big Ray” Elmore finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery—one that conjures up ghosts from his past.

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Murder at the CDC

Murder at the CDC: A Capital Crimes Novel …A Brief Synopsis

2017: A military transport on a secret run to dispose of its deadly contents vanishes without a trace.

The present: A mass shooting on the steps of the Capitol nearly claims the life of Robert Brixton’s grandson.

No stranger to high-stakes investigations, Brixton embarks on a trail to uncover the motive behind the shooting. On the way he finds himself probing the attempted murder of the daughter his best friend, who works at the Washington offices of the CDC.

The connection between the mass shooting and Alexandra’s poisoning lies in that long-lost military transport that has been recovered by forces determined to change America forever. Those forces are led by radical separatist leader Deacon Frank Wilhyte, whose goal is nothing short of bringing on a second Civil War.

Brixton joins forces with Kelly Lofton, a former Baltimore homicide detective. She has her own reasons for wanting to find the truth behind the shooting on the Capitol steps, and is the only person with the direct knowledge Brixton needs. But chasing the truth places them in the cross-hairs of both Wilhyte’s legions and his Washington enablers.

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Black, White and  Gray All Over

Black, White, and Gray All Over: A Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement …A Brief Synopsis

This book provides a Unique Look Into the Reality of Racism and policing in America and the trials and triumphs of a Black man dealing with it from both sides.

One of the biggest social issues facing our society today is the relationship between law enforcement and the citizens they commit to protect and serve. There seems to be a greater divide in believing all police officers are inherently evil. Society continues to face these problems in connection with racism, sexism, gender identity, and political differences. Frederick Douglass Reynolds, a former police officer with over 30 years of experience working in Compton, California, and surrounding areas, is shifting the narrative to provide an insider’s look into a Black man’s life through trial, triumph, and life on the force.

Black, White, and Gray All Over; A Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement is far more than just “cop stories”; it is a looking glass into life in ways that had not been thought of before. Growing up in Detroit in the 1960s and 70s, Frederick set out on a path of destruction, living on the streets, dealing with drugs and gangs, and even ending up in jail. He walks the reader through the early years of his life, and what led him to join law enforcement in the notorious area of Compton. As a Black man who found himself on both sides of the law, Frederick offers a truly unique perspective to offer transparency to readers, showing the intricacies of how society works in different ways for different situations. In his time as a police officer, Frederick saw everything; truly horrendous stories showing the worst part of humanity, as well as redeeming stories that show the resilience of the human spirit.

Regardless of mistakes in his life, Frederick is the perfect example to show how anyone can turn their life around and do some good if they are willing to make that change. No matter what someone’s gender, race, or political views are, any reader will be able to take these life experiences and learn the reality of racism in America through Frederick’s lens.

Through proof of concept, dedication to the craft, and unwavering commitment to inspiring and educating generations to come, Frederick Douglass Reynolds’ purpose-driven vision has come to fruition with the release of this thought-provoking book.

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Case of a Puzzling Book

Case of a Puzzling Book: A Maximo Morgan Mystery…A Brief Synopsis

Maximo Morgan is his name. Private dicking is his game. But he has not had a case in weeks until someone cuts snippets of text from a lending-library book; some as short as single words, others as long as complete sentences. What’s afoot? * Aimless literary vandalism? * A cut-and-paste note caper? * An artfully coded message? * Some kind of practical joke? * An even more devious plot? * In the course of doping out the mystery inside an enigma wrapped in a hidden secret bound in the book, Max is led by his nose to the solution of an intriguing puzzle.

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Salt & Light:  The Complete Jesus

Salt & Light: The Complete Jesus…A Brief Synopsis

What did Jesus do? What did Jesus say? Who was Jesus?

Salt & Light is the definitive statement concerning Jesus of Nazareth, history’s most compelling figure. However, even today, there is still general confusion surrounding him: Was (Is) Jesus God? Did Jesus even exist? Did he rise from the dead? What are we to make of the miracles? Is he Peter’s Jesus or Paul’s Christ? Or both? Is there evidence for Jesus outside the Bible? Should we still believe? If so, believe what? What does ALL the evidence point to?

Salt & Light does not shy away from addressing these and other tough questions. For the first time ever, after years of research using the complete body of early Christian literature and recent modern scholarship, including new and exciting discoveries in many areas such as early manuscripts, science, New Testament studies, archaeology, and history, the real Jesus emerges. Dean offers an eminently readable yet powerful portrait of the authentic Jesus full of astonishing facts for both believers and sceptics alike. So come along for an utterly fascinating journey and meet the historical Jesus, learn about his mission, and discover his teaching!

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The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary

The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary…A Brief Synopsis

The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary presents us with a thought-provoking
analysis on sundry topical and philosophical issues virtually guaranteed to rouse 
readers of any political stripe. This cerebrally stimulating collection of essays
and utterly fascinating random thoughts will interest those with only a high school
education to those with a PhD from Harvard University. But be forewarned, the
politics of this book is more than just contentious; it's outright iconoclastic and 
even subversive. And although the writings of Mr. Phillips are an absolute joy to 
read, it's entirely possible that they could wreak psychological havoc on the
intellectually dishonest. "Hyperbole" say you. Maybe it is...but then again, maybe
it isn't.

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Grasp…A Brief Synopsis

Grasp is an exploration of the human condition through a collection of poems, essays, and prose.

Part memoir, part commentary, and part poetry, Grasp wrestles with diverse themes from a Christian perspective in light of the COVID pandemic, clashing politics, and the human struggle.

What does it mean to be human? What is the value of an individual in the face of trials and tribulations?  There is light and darkness. There is life and death. There is faith and hope.  Existence is filled with moments of joy, desperation, sadness, humor, and happiness. This collection explores common themes of morality, existence, meaning, and relationships.

To be human is to be vulnerable. To be human is to be complicated. But to be human is also to be amazing.

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