Can You Tell About This Gold, by Marina Rundell. Treasure
hunters looking for lost World War II gold get more than
they bargained for in the Philippines.
Born Again Australian,
by Chas Adlard. Charlie
Windzor hasn't got a passport, but that doesn't stop him from
getting on a ship bound for Australia. Helped by the crew, he
as an illegal immigrant, not knowing that he is implicated in a
murder back in Gravesend.
Burrow, by Robert M.
Blacketer. This is the story of how the survivors
of a devastating biochemical worldwide war adjust and cope with
the aftermath. The group that John Wolfe gathers grows into a
small new settlement. The group must fight vicious battles of
survival with other survivors as well as with their most
dangerous enemy, "The General," who has gathered a
small army and is intent upon becoming a greedy dictator.
by Robert M. Blacketer. In this sequel to Wolfe's
Burrow, the story continues after three difficult years of
trying to reestablish some form of civilization following a
devastating worldwide biochemical war. John Wolfe is concerned
that the settlers are becoming complacent as they slowly begin
to ease the rigors of their harsh surroundings. Wolfe's worst
fears come true when raiders strike, brutally killing one child
and abducting Wolfe's daughter.
by Burt Brun. Instead of appearing for breakfast at the
bed and breakfast run by Meg and Anders, a guest is found dead
in a nearby park. The only clue is his vanished gold Celtic
crucifix. After two more men are found similarly murdered,
Anders and Meg find themselves sucked into the cascading
violence along with Detective Lieutenant Ginsberg, a
surprisingly philosophical black cop.
Straits, by Joe Moore. A small group of Cuban
exiles stumble upon a conspiracy to undermine the framework
of American society.
Glass Darkly, by Ariana Overton. A laboratory
inside a dead volcano next to Glass Lake in northern California
is the fascinating setting of this mesmerizing epic. This second
book of the Glass House Trilogy is the sequel to Glass
House, by Ariana Overton. In this paranormal
thriller, the mysteries of Australia may just hold the answers
mankind has been searching for millennium to find. This first
book of the Glass House Trilogy is followed by A
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