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1. Negrita: A Woman's Crusade by Paul Reilly [Erotica/Suspense/Thriller]
2. The Rule by Paul Reilly [Erotica/Suspense/Thriller]
3. Dragon Fire by Paul Reilly [Suspense/Thriller]
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Dragon Fire
Although it's the twenty-first century, millennia-old tensions are again tearing China apart. The Mandarin-speaking northern Chinese are seen by the Cantonese-speaking southern Chinese as robbing them of their money, power and culture. And they have had enough. A cabal of rich Hong Kong businessmen have set up a plan to free them from the northern Chinese by treating to use a weapon so terrible as to frighten those ruling in Beijing into submission. That weapon is Dragon Fire, a man-made virus s... more info>>
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Negrita: A Woman's Crusade
The first volume of the Alex O'Connor trilogy, Negrita is the story of a woman's crusade against the sexual repression of American women during the mid-part of the twentieth century. Raised in a South American aristocratic family in which the men had mistresses and the women had lovers, Negrita learned the pleasures of her sexuality at an early age. So it was no surprise that she rebels against the puritanical prudishness she finds when she comes to school in America. She begins her crusade with... more info>>
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The Espionage Game
It's the new millennium, and the new military dictator of Iraq, Khalid Ribat, threatens Israel with nuclear holocaust. The weapon is New Babylon, a gigantic cannon originally begun by Saddam Hussein but hidden during the Gulf War. A group of Russian military and political leaders bent on returning Russia to this former glory have joined forces with Khalid to complete the super cannon and even supply him with the plutonium needed for the nuclear warheads. The Israelis soon learn of New Babylon bu... more info>>
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The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit
The Life and Adventures of Joaqun Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit, is a unique book in many ways. In 1854, it was the first novel published in California, and it is also the first novel written by a Native American. Yellow Bird was the son and grandson of famous Cherokee chiefs, and he lived a vigorous and dangerous life as an Indian. But he was also a well-educated and literate man, known in the white man's world as John Rollin Ridge. Both a novelist and poet, Yellow Bird made his liv... more info>>
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The Rule
The second book in the Alex O'Connor trilogy, is a rude awakening in the life of Alex. One day "Mr. Brown" visits him at the university computer center and informs him that he has the choice of either secretly working for a "governmental agency" or being drafted and sent to Viet Nam. The choice seems simple, for part of his cover is that he was to continue his life at the university. All he had to do, he is told, is help maintain the software on IBM mainframe computers. What they didn't tell hi... more info>>
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