New e-books for Xmas?

Written by retired USAF Colonel Gregory S. Lamb, “A Dangerous Element” is based heavily on events you’ll be surprised to see in the news. It will take you past the Iranian borders into their nuclear weapons development and uncover a top-secret weapon developed by DARPA – through the eyes of a former combat pilot who knows how to work the system.

After a tragic car accident claims the lives of his wife, Jane, and son, Ryan, Marcus Taylor is immersed in grief. But his family isn’t the only thing he has lost. An addiction to painkillers has taken away his career as a paramedic. Working as a 911 operator is now the closest he gets to redemption—until he gets a call from a woman trapped in a car.

A healthy balanced diet is important for our kids. But how do we get them to eat it? And why is healthy eating vital for an allergic child? This e-book answers your questions and offers seven alternatives to the infamous “hide it in the junk food” approach.

It’s Christmas, and the human caretakers have told the degus that Santa Paws is coming to visit. They have no idea who he is, but since the human caretakers say he’s bringing nibbles for them, and degus love nibbles, they’re excited about it; though the news that he plans to come when they’re sleeping seems strange to them.

Suzuki Harunobu was a celebrated 18th century Japanese ukiyo-e artist who produced thousands of exquisite woodblock prints illustrating aspects of life and society in old Edo – today’s Tokyo. His subjects extended from Kabuki actors and courtesans to landscapes, explicit eroticism and street scenes. Yet the subject at which he most excelled was bijin-ga or paintings of beautiful women.

Gareth Pugh and daughter Adrianna leap backward through time-space via the minds of others.Dead others.Two killer-agents of the elitist Foundation hunt them, missioned to obliterate proof of time-space travel, which might just change the world a little. Brutal Dr. Buckleigh and perverse Cabot join a writhing hunt that slams into murder and a ghost-ridden end in a warehouse in Canada.

Computer-linked Lung People, all geniuses, dangle in a warehouse, grapes to be sucked. An old man becomes a bird and the wind. Hitler chokes on his lunch. London and Tokyo form the backdrops for a monstrous murderer and a suicidal romantic. An odd teenager makes his love-rival vanish. Minimalist or traditional, these tales, as the subtitle says, depict “Life both Beautiful and Monstrous.”




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2 responses to “New e-books for Xmas?

  1. You’ve written so many books Aldous, wow!

  2. Only three books so far:) But I have at least four more novels in the planning stages, and two non-fiction. I just wish I had the energy I had when I was younger.:) So glad you stopped by, Elina. It’s always a thrill to get comments. Your photos are an integral part of each day for me – they always lift my spirits. I love to see your talent, and your eye for capturing moments and life. Your work is wonderful, always. 🙂

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