by Dan Denman
Horror sruck the world leaders. An unstoppable terrorist plot and ransom demand had been set in place by al-Qaeda, mujahadin, Taliban, and Hamas’ minds. A counter plan to thwart and lure these devious maniacs to a certral location and extract the crucial information to halt the coming mass extinctions of life must be orchestrated. Something so equally devious must be contrived, something that can elude the terrorists’ suspicions, yet can sway them to let their guard down and relax.
A sample of terrorists’ evil ransom plan has been enacted in Burma. Many thousands died and the world leaders did not believe these rebels could have devised and carried out this mass-murder, engineered fear. However, another strike in two months would fall on the major powers and their decision not to pay the ransom would mean the next deaths and would be on their hands!
The FBI women have concocted an equally deceptive counter plot. A weaving of minds and bodies, superior beauty and athleticism, combined with the magic of cinematography will be the bait. What can be done to unlock these evil men’s scheme? The answers lie with the power of persuasion by deception and where the fear of the Weaver’s Beam comes into play.
Dan Denman attended Michigan Technological University for several years, then Pima Community College, taking civil engineering courses. The author earned a B.A. degree at Prescott College with a competence in management. Currently designing and managing the construction of water works projects, Denman revisited his imaginative side.
To contact the author, pleaase leave messages at (520) 744-3763
AN UNCOMMON HEROINE
by Jamie Cox Robertson
Literature has provided us with some of the most unforgettable women in history, and Jamie Cox Robertson has compiled them in one book, AN UNCOMMON HEROINE: SCARLETT, EDNA, SULA- AND MORE THAN 20 OTHER OF THE MOST REMARKABLE WOMEN IN LITERATURE. The book covers women young and old, wise and weary, flamboyant and cunning, from Bronte’s Jane Eyre to Capote’s Holly Golightly.
Jamie Cox Robertson is a lecturer, editor, and author. She has taught at Suffolk University, Webster Univesity, Fontbonne University, the Chautauqua Institute, the Cambridge Center for Adult Education, and the Oasis Institue. Carrently, Jamie teaches at the Univesity of Arizona.
ONCE IN EVERY GENERATION
by Lauren B. Grossman
Eleven-year-old Angelina Mariano’s spectacular singing voice was incomparable. But a traumatic incident created a debilitating phobia that destroyed any dream of pursuing her passion.
As an adult, Angelina teaches private voice lessons and takes on a student she recognizes as astonishing, one who possesses the career potential that eluded her. Lisa Forester is that student.
Relying on one another’s strength, both women will learn to face their own challenges. ONCE IN EVERY GENERATION is a story of relationships, courage, and dreams interrupted.
Now available for purchase at Amazon.com, BHN.com, Wheatmark.com/bookstore and many other fine booksellers, or by phone at 888-9354-0888 x 3
Visit Lauren at http://www.laurenbgrossman.com
MYOTHERAPY: BONNIE PRUDDEN’S COMPLETE GUIDE TO PAIN FREE LIVING
by Bonnie Prudden
Bonnie Prudden’s MYOTHERAPY: BONNIE PRUDDEN’S COMPLETE GUIDE TO PAIN FREE LIVING has been reissured at $19.95. You can order through her website bonnieprudden.com or from Amazon.com
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 40. No. 2. April-May 2011