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Spy Word Game

Spy Word Game

Twenty questions, moving fast through the video, either you know the spy lingo or not.  Answers at the end of the video.  Sponsored by Publisher of the Osei International Book Series by Sandy Ingram   The Osei International Book Series;  From New Zealand, Nigeria, the United States to Europe, an International cyber-hacking thriller.   Book I is free to download in the Kindle Store on Amazon. Like Us on Facebook – Facebook Fan Page

Motumbo Series II, A Slave Named Abdu, Fiction Based on True Events

Motumbo Series II, A Slave Named Abdu, Fiction Based on True Events

Slavery is never something we want to remember or forget.  It’s one of those subjects that you’d rather not talk about, yet you want your children to know slavery is a part of American history, regardless of how distasteful the subject is. The Motubmo Slave Book Series provides an enlighting and positive outlook on dark times.  Not all slave owners were angry or cruel and not all slaves were without direction or purpose. This week, June 12th Book II of…

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High-Tech Geek Romantic Suspense For Mature Grownups

High-Tech Geek Romantic Suspense For Mature Grownups

Download Free This Week Until 4/28 Twelve coders, (computer-programmers) six men and six women make a commitment to creating the most successful computer security programming company utilizing U.S. government contracts. Nothing strange about this commitment, except the Friday night staff meetings. An exciting group office affair develops for the purpose of boosting energy and keeping moral high.  A commitment that transcends almost all commitments in the corporate world. A read you don’t want to miss.  For mature audiences only. A high-tech startup…

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Why Would Anyone Include Hitler in a CIA Suspense Thriller? It Turns Out, There’s a Valid Reason

Why Would Anyone Include Hitler in a CIA Suspense Thriller? It Turns Out, There’s a Valid Reason

The reason Hitler keeps popping up in fiction, the home page of AOL and other major portals is because there is reliable information, documentation and classified files which strongly suggest Hitler did not die in 1945. Yes, it could be an “Elvis Presley” sighting type event. Regardless if Hitler died in 1945 or 1965 is basically illrevelant in the minds of many. To be honest, Hitler in fiction brings a certain element of evil and entertainment to a book, TV show…

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Slavery in America Fiction, Non Fiction

Slavery in America Fiction, Non Fiction

  Slaves in America, fiction you can count on.  The Motumbo Book Series shares the lives of three slaves who are from the same African family off the western shores of Africa. Motumbo, the first to gain access to the slave ship was different then any other slave the slave traders met.  He was different in that he placed himself onto the slave ship because he saw the man without color taking members from his village.  Motumbo wanted to know more….

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Maria’s Mother Demands She Sleep With the Gringo for Money

Maria’s Mother Demands She Sleep With the Gringo for Money

Your family is poor. You live in a two room house with dirt floors The children’s fathers left long ago. There is very little food, however the family has one commodity., A lovely young girl. Download from Amazon The mother decides to sell the company of the young girl to wealthy Gringos who visit the popular Mexican seaside town. This proves to be a lucrative way to feed the family during the long hot summer months and buy shoes for…

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Murder by Choice, A Murder Novelette – Read the Beginning

Murder by Choice, A Murder Novelette – Read the Beginning

Mike loved Zalinda, everyone in the family knew this. Nevertheless, when the police showed up, because Zalinda was found dead in her apartment, no one in the family was surprised. Mike, my twin brother, supposedly was on a three-week business trip for the law firm. However, the firm     where my brother worked told the police Mike resigned a month earlier. When the police questioned my mother about Mike’s whereabouts, I wasn’t overly concerned, until the detective informed us that they…

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