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The shooting of environmentalist, Joan Root, at her 88-acre farm overlooking Lake Naivasha last January shocked Kenya’s “Happy Valley” and the entire conservation world. Blonde, beautiful and fearless, she was idolized for the pioneering wildlife films she made with her husband, Alan. After their agonizing divorce, she devoted herself to an even more dangerous mission: saving her beloved lake from the ecological ravages of Africa’s lucrative flower-farming industry. The author investigates the violent clashes between desperate immigrant poachers and Root’s private army that, some locals believe, brought three killers with an AK-47 to her door.


A standout student at the US Naval Academy, Captain Eric McElvenny finished at the top of his class. Now on his third deployment to Afghanistan, Eric is entrusted with the dangerous task of leading his men through active Afghan territory. Al Qaeda gunfire pins them down. Enemy landmines surround them. With the safety of his men weighing on his shoulders and his family back home on his mind, one mistake will change the course of his life forever. While trekking through a hazardous warzone, Eric takes one wrong step and the world goes white. Are his wife and newborn about to be left without a father? Visions of blood and wreckage and scattered limbs come to view. Men are down. Emergency helicopters rush to the scene. It’s not until he wakes up in the trauma unit that he fully understands what happened. The explosion cost Eric his right leg and though grateful to be alive, living with his mistake creates a void in Eric. He may no longer be in war, but the battle has only just begun. He now must learn to live with the guilt, the resentment, the feeling of being lost in his own home. He’s overcome with grief for not only his leg but the man he used to be. However, he’s never been the type to stay down. Fighting the pain of a fresh amputation and infections in his wounds, he learns to use his new prosthetic. Now that he can walk, he knows it’s time to run. With the ultimate test of physical and mental strength as his goal, Eric begins training for his hardest mission yet. From the writer of VARSITY BLUES, POINT BREAK and PATRIOT GAMES comes the inspirational true story of faith, love and perseverance.


In the Riley family it’s taboo to not work in the family business. That business? Crime, of course. With her dad in prison and her unpredictable aunt causing trouble around town, Maggie Riley decides it’s time to separate herself from that world. But Maggie’s dream of going legit is threatened by the arrival of her chaotic cousin JoEllen, a sharp-toothed southern bell who embodies what it means to be from rural Texas. With the help of their Aunt Sandy, who’s always down for a good time, legal or not, JoEllen convinces Maggie to go out for a seemingly innocent night on the town. But when JoEllen uses her street smarts to get information on a drug ring that operates in the seedy world of LA street racing, Maggie realizes JoEllen has ulterior motives beyond a hectic “Girls Night Out”. It turns out there’s a new synthetic heroin on the streets that contains intentionally lethal doses, and JoEllen barely survived an overdose herself. Seeking revenge, JoEllen recruits Maggie and Sandy to infiltrate the underground racing scene and take down the drug kingpins responsible. Do these three women have what it takes to race like demons, evade the cops, and bring these dangerous men to justice? Or will they let their feuding morals and familial trauma get in the way of kicking ass and saving thousands?


Based on the book The American Dream, this is an inspiring true account of a young mans journey from defendant to defense attorney, a window into the inner workings of one of Miami’s most notorious drug rings, and a chilling portrait of the streets that Americas poverty-stricken youth call home. The hood is an addiction. An addiction that pulls as seductively and fiercely as the drugs hustled on its streets. And living in it is a daily exercise in survival. Raised impoverished in the streets of Miami, David Lee Windecher was only eleven years old when he was arrested for shoplifting. It didn’t seem like a big deal at the time, deciding to take what he believed he deserved. But that was the beginning for David. That was the day he started thinking like a hustler. He could stop waiting for the scales to tip in his favor. He could stop going without. He could take what life denied him. And he did. For the next seven years, David fought bitterly against his circumstances at the side of his gang-affiliate brothers. It began with selling dope to help his family eat, but pulled into the dark, seductive life of violence, drugs, money, and notoriety David lost himself to the game. Before he turned eighteen, he had built and masterminded a crime ring, had been arrested thirteen times, and fought daily wars against rival gangs and dirty cops. But deep inside of David, an idealistic boy still dreamed of becoming an attorney and fighting for justice despite race. He was just waiting for someone to believe he existed.


Two months ago, his mother disappeared. Two months ago, “They” destroyed her name. Now, maritime archaeologist, Julian Dawson, is racing against a category five hurricane to document a discovery that will clear his mother’s name, hopefully repair his relationship with his father, and possibly change our understanding of mankind’s history… but “They” will do anything to stop him.

With hurricane Xavier tearing toward the East Coast of Florida, Julian risks his life to document the dive site. But, when a vicious waterspout destroys his site and nearly kills him, it uncovers an ancient pyramid concealing a crystal sphere… and everything changes.

In Washington D.C., Garrett Williams, a high-level Smithsonian official with suspect access to private jets and more IDs than any Smithsonian employee should need, receives word of Julian’s discovery. He drops everything and heads to South Florida.

The chase is on…

With help from his brother Nick, and Maya (a forensic archaeologist sent to investigate his mother’s disappearance), Julian’s journey across the globe evolves into a race against time and an unknown enemy who seeks to harness perpetual energy from an ancient system of crystal spheres in order to “restart” civilization and create a selective utopia.

Relying on the information gleaned from Maya’s investigation, his own discoveries, and a reclusive Okinawan Shaman who was the last person to see his mother alive, Julian must find the last crystal sphere (“The Mother’s Eye”) in order to stop the destruction of mankind.

Unfortunately, Julian doesn’t know that he has always been a part of “Their” plan. After being kidnapped, he is faced with a final decision – Save himself… or the rest of the world.