The Legacy

Author: J. F. Cantu
ISBN: 9781621833529
Size: 59.16 MB
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Skylar Malone (Johann Hiedler) has come a long way from his birthplace in Berlin and childhood in the hills of Argentina and Paraguay. Years have passed-a lifetime. As a Private Investigator who has lived with amnesia in America for the past ten years, and who is now in pursuit of a serial killer; he encounters dark flashes of his past. Flashes that stagger him with sobering recollections of his true identity. Why scenes of a flaming swastika prey on his mind; why he is constantly besieged with reminders that he wears the mask of Hitler; he does not know. Attempting to dismiss these uncertain recollections, Malone soon finds himself espousing viewpoints and inclinations that once stirred the world to war. While closing in on the killer who has been terrorizing California's East Bay, Malone's memory comes sweeping across his mind with the truth of who he is-Johann Hiedler, son of Adolph Hitler and Eva Braun. His life unravels before him when confronted by the grouping of the three most significant people in his life: Theresa Meister, Bishop Hudal, and Valeri Zhukov. Theresa Meister, his true love, now a young woman, was the girl he met as a young man in Paraguay. Bishop Hudal, nephew of the Vatican's Bishop Hudal who aided the escape of many Nazis via the Underground Railroad, is the man Hiedler recruited in Paraguay toward resurrecting his father's quest. Valeri Zhukov, son the Russian General who commanded the assault on Hitler's Berlin bunker, is now the prime target of the East Bay killer; the man Hiedler intends to personally eliminate in avenging his father's death. From the moment his memory returns; Malone, now Hiedler, focuses the entire thrust of his life on reawakening the National Socialist campaign with Theresa Meister by his side. That thrust leads to the portent of things to come... ...a resurgence of the Nazi Regime in modern America.

The 14th Colony

Author: Steve Berry
Publisher: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 9781250101181
Size: 17.76 MB
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The Sable

Author: Michael S. Malone
Publisher: BRP Publishing Group
ISBN: 1941295029
Size: 70.64 MB
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Who is a true African? This question has been asked and answered repeatedly through cycles of violent revolution over many years. The Sable draws you into this world at a flux point of the cycle, to a quiet farm where everything seems both ordered and content—until the violence and chaos arrives at the gates. The story is told through the eyes of two men: a farm owner and hunting guide of German descent, and his fiercely independent native top hand. As the story unfolds and the two men clash, they find themselves faced with life and death decisions both for themselves and their families. Rich with the beauty and the complexity of regional life, The Sable is a pastoral epic, a political thriller, and a riveting quest for big game. It immerses the reader in the cultures of black and white, city and countryside, native and immigrant, rich and poor. Its trajectory is unpredictable, as its characters are neither wholly good nor evil, but are complex and nuanced as only human beings under stress can be. It also features some of the finest African hunting scenes penned in a generation. Written by Michael S. Malone, one of the world’s best-known business and technology journalists, a noted entrepreneur, television host, and educator, The Sable is the product of multiple visits to Africa.

Gene Autry

Author: Don Cusic
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786430613
Size: 75.88 MB
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"This biography takes the reader from Gene Autry's childhood in Oklahoma through his career as a singer and actor, and covers his later triumphs in business and sports. Of particular interest is the book's detailed day-to-day treatment of Autry's performing career, with information on each recording session and film shoot, including key personnel and interesting anecdotes"--Provided by publisher.

Unfinished Business

Author: Judith Hamera
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019934860X
Size: 30.90 MB
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How does structural economic change look and feel? How are such changes normalized? Who represents hope? Who are the cautionary tales? Unfinished Business argues that U.S. deindustrialization cannot be understood apart from issues of race, and specifically apart from images of, and works by and about African Americans that represent or resist normative or aberrant relationships to work and capital in transitional times. It insists that Michael Jackson's performances and coverage of his life, plays featuring Detroit, plans for the city's postindustrial revitalization, and Detroit installations The Heidelberg Project and Mobile Homestead have something valuable to teach us about three decades of structural economic transition in the U.S., particularly about the changing nature of work and capitalism between the mid 1980s and 2016. Jackson and Detroit offer examples of the racialization of deindustrialization, how it operates as a structure of feeling and as representations as well as a shift in the dominant mode of production, and how industrialization's successor mode, financialization, uses imagery both very similar to and very different from its predecessor.

The Emperor S Tomb

Author: Steve Berry
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848946244
Size: 77.79 MB
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A new Cotton Malone adventure that takes our hero from Europe to the Far East in a race to unlock the mystery of an ancient tomb. Hearing that his old friend Cassiopeia Vitt is in trouble, Malone follows the few clues he has and realises that they are in the middle of something huge, involving Russian and US oil interests and a centuries-old secret. After stumbling across two dead bodies and into the crosshairs of his former boss, Malone finds himself in a race to unravel the mystery of an emperor's tomb, a sinister society, and a deadly battle between two ruthless men for supremacy in China - and the world.