Fiction

The Handler: A Nick Reagan Thriller

Publication Date: 08/30/2022

This gripping adventure takes two CIA operatives from New York to Pakistan, Paris, Las Vegas, and, ultimately, America’s heartland as they race to prevent a series of terrorist attacks. When the CIA uncovers details of violent assaults planned throughout the United States, clandestine CIA operative Nicholas Reagan and his partner,…

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Don’t Look Back: The 343 FDNY Firefighters Killed on 9-11 and the Fight for the Truth

Publication Date: 07/26/2022

The mother of a FDNY firefighter killed on 9/11 teams up with a crusading journalist to fight City Hall and uncover the truth about why over 300 firefighters perished during the World Trade Center attack. Don’t Look Back is a thriller that takes readers into the hearts and minds of…

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The Door: A Door That Opens to a Dark, Suspenseful Spiritual World

Publication Date: 06/28/2022

A suspenseful mystery novel involving seances, psychics, and a Black Mass. Elsie McKenzie is working on an investigative book that is critical of a local spiritual camp that conducts seances and psychic readings when she suspiciously dies. Her nephew, Robert, a retired detective, begins investigating. But Abigale Cruz, the attractive…

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Edge of Safety: A Future Tale of Arbitrary Lockdowns and the Deeply Caring Citizens Who Love Them

Publication Date: 06/21/2022

In a future Canada that has normalized lockdowns and social distancing, a young woman and loyal citizen accidentally stumbles into a resistance movement. “The arrival of any new Neal Pollack book–especially a novel!–is cause for celebration. When it's a satire about safetyism, COVID-19 lockdowns, and Canadian exceptionalism, it’s cause for…

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China Hand

Publication Date: 06/21/2022

“A gut punch of a thriller. This riveting debut is an intoxicating story of espionage, adventure, love, and betrayal in Beijing.” —Former CIA officer and author David McCloskey INSPIRED BY ACTUAL EVENTS: When a high-ranking Chinese general wants to defect to the US, the CIA tries to recruit a recent…

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The Seductive Lady Vanessa of Manhattanshire: A Novel

Publication Date: 05/24/2022

A hilarious, multi-layered modern mashup of Don Quixote, Cold Comfort Farm, and The Thirteenth Tale, The Seductive Lady Vanessa of Manhattanshire is an ingenious must-read for fans of romantic fiction, literary satire, and books about books. When a famous translator receives a mysterious manuscript from Cairo, she becomes dizzy with…

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I Want to Be A NURSE When I Grow Up

Publication Date: 05/24/2022

Blake wants to grow up and be just like the NURSE from his FAVORITE TV MEDICAL DRAMA. When he finds out his school is taking a field trip to the LOCAL HOSPITAL, Blake gets so excited he nearly pees his pants! Blake learns that it won’t be easy, but if…

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The Deadly Scrolls (1) (The Jerusalem Mysteries)

Publication Date: 05/10/2022

Set in modern Jerusalem and among the desert ruins of Qumran, this desperate hunt for an ancient treasure scroll pits a female Israeli intelligence agent against a religious fanatic hell-bent on bringing about the End of Days. An American professor’s murder reveals his discovery of a lost Dead Sea Scroll,…

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You Are You

Publication Date: 04/19/2022

A celebration of you! You Are You is a celebration of spirit as well as an instruction manual to teach children of all ages how to love themselves. No matter where you go, no matter what you do, never forget that you are you. And so begins the lifelong journey…

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States of Rebellion: The Rise and Fall of the Ocasio-Cortez Administration

Publication Date: 03/15/2022

Following AOC’s stunning rise to power in 2024 and the aggressive implementation of her Marxist agenda, a Patriot movement emerges in Flyover country, leading to a Red state rebellion against the tyrannical powers on the coasts… It’s 2025 in the Divided States of America and the newly elected Marxist powers…

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