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Do you like murder/mysteries?  Do you like reading about female detectives?  Do you like a story that focuses on character just as much as plot?

Then, here's a book that you might like to add to your summer reading list:


In this murder/mystery, a monastery in Orange County, California is shaken when one of its priests is murdered. Who would want to kill him? Tempers have been running high in Silverado Canyon ever since the abbey purchased land to expand on. Detective Clarissa Santy is trying to solve the murder, while she?s busy reintroducing her father to the world outside of prison.



It's available in paperback and eBook formats at your favorite on-line bookstores

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My first book in english!

Posted by Gongoneri Jun 22, 2014

In the past couple of years, I wrote 3 books being published by 2 independent publishers.


This year I wrote my first one in english and decided to publish it myself with createspace.


Hope you like reading my : Fly fly for a second try !

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The direct URL for your CreateSpace eStore is:
This is the direct link for my new book,The Incredible Bulk the Story  of The Federal Debt.   Does the federal debt make you angry and nobody  likes you when you are angry.Buy a copy of this book for some advice.

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i'm back to the front-line after a two year furlough.


At what age does permanent, literary, shell-shock set in?

This is a very serious question, and should be compssionately answered, so that an 82 year-old writer with 11 publications staring him in the face, won't fall asleep, or, worst of all, collapse in death throes before the face of his PC,


Area to investigate (last publication preview):

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Slavery Is Theft

Posted by gaity Jun 13, 2014

Trafficking is one form of modern slavery, in persons is a serious  crime and a grave violation of human rights. Every year, thousands of  men, women and children fall into the hands of traffickers, in their own  countries and abroad. Almost every country in the world is affected by  trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for  victims. Human trafficking is the acquisition of people by improper  means such as force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting  them.

Smuggling migrants involves the  procurement for financial or other material benefit of illegal entry of a  person into a State of which that person is not a national or resident.


Virtually every country in the world is  affected by these crimes. The challenge for all countries, rich and  poor, is to target the criminals who exploit desperate people and to  protect and assist victims of trafficking and smuggled migrants, many of  whom endure unimaginable hardships in their bid for a better  life.Smuggling of Migrants is a crime involving the procurement for  financial or other material benefit of illegal entry of a person into a  State of which that person is not a national or resident. Migrant  smuggling affects almost every country in the world. It undermines the  integrity of countries and communities, and costs thousands of people  their lives every year.Drug trafficking is a global illicit trade involving the cultivation,  manufacture, distribution and sale of substances which are subject to drug prohibition laws.  Drug trafficking is a key part of this research.


At current levels, world heroin consumption (340 tons) and seizures  represent an annual flow of 430-450 tons of heroin into the global  heroin market.  Some 380 tons of heroin and morphine, is produced  exclusively from Afghan opium. While approximately 5 tons are consumed  and seized in Afghanistan, the remaining bulk of 375 tons is trafficked  worldwide via routes flowing into and through the countries neighbouring  Afghanistan.

Karachi has in recent years seen a new crossover between the Afghan  heroin destined for Europe and Asia and imported South American cocaine,  fuelling speculation of collaborations between Latin American cartels  and Pakistani drug lords or the Taliban, who are partly funded by the  traffic.

There are no boundaries, there is no nation, there is no religion, it  is about money. They have joined hands to get more money,Cocaine is  definitely fashionable, especially among young people seeking to  escape.Human trafficking is not restricted to the trade of women and  children but labour trafficking is a high business in south east Asia.

Lured away from their homes with promise of good jobs, men across Asia  are being sold into slavery to work in plantations, factories and the  now-notorious Thai fishing industry.

Such labourers face the risk of being drugged and forced to work  around the clock – all for little to no pay. Some are reportedly  murdered when they are too exhausted to work. The lucky ones who manage  to return home tell horrific stories of abuse.Trafficking  is a very  emotive word, and it’s one used by the rescue industry to conflate  voluntary migration, sex work entered into knowingly by migrants and the  rare cases of genuine coercion.Bernard Shaw once said that as wealth  accumulates, men decay. What the world needs is a moral revolution as  Mahatma Gandhi would have had it. Development in science, politics,  religion, economics, philosophy have contributed nothing to the moral  well being of global community.

‘As long as the mind is enslaved ‘the body can never be free;  psychological freedom ,a firm sense of self-esteem,is the most powerful  weapon against the long night of physical slavery.’

Martin  Luther King Jr.

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I have just put online a book called ?The pathological manifestations of contemporary societies: a psychological study on immaturity and its social implications? (by Dr Laurent Paul Sueur). It deals with immatutiry, psychopathy and borderline organisations. If you have any problem while reading it contact me here.

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Posted by Tyanahb Jun 2, 2014

Put yourself in my shoes,

How would you feel if I did the things you do?

You say you love me,

I love you too,

Forever and Always,

Me and you,

A love so real,

But is it true?

You love me I love you too

We were made for each other,

Feelings so real,

A dream come true,

Forever and Always

Me and you

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