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Политические детективы

Третий рассказ автора о приключениях Вадима. Искусственный интеллект наступает, но человек не сдаётся.
Действие этой книги происходят в двух разных эпохах: путинской России и России времен Ивана Грозного – эта параллель выбрана не случайно, поскольку и тогда и сейчас закладывался фундамент для России на столетия...
“You will not sleep until you are finished with AGENT ZERO. A superb job creating a set of characters who are fully developed and very much enjoyable. The description of the action scenes transport us into a reality that is almost like sitting in a movie theater with surround sound and 3D (it would make an incredible Hollywood movie). I can hardly wait for the sequel.” –-Roberto...
“One of the best thrillers I have read this year.” –-Books and Movie Reviews (re Any Means Necessary) In PRIMARY THREAT (The Forging of Luke Stone—Book #3), a ground-breaking action thriller by #1 bestseller Jack Mars, elite Delta Force veteran Luke Stone, 29, leads the FBI’s Special Response Team as they respond to a hostage situation on an oil rig in the remote Arctic. Yet...
Четвёртый рассказ автора из серии о выживании Вадима, преследуемого международными преступниками и системой искусственного интеллекта.
Вадим открывает секрет о том, кто же помогает ему спастись от смертного приговора. Человечество находится на пороге катастрофы.
Продолжение истории об искусственном интеллекте на Украине. Человечество не хочет спасаться, а предпочитает медленно умирать.
Сбылась мечта толкинистов и иже с ними – их мир оказался не таким скучным – чипировано всё: от ваших наушников и калаша моложе 60 годов до вас самих. Слежка, контроль, маленькие дьяволы могут всё: и заклинить в нужный...
Представители параллельного измерения "Я" изучают нашу планету. Необходимо коррективное вмешательство.
О современном Лондоне, Великобритании и исчезающем правосудии: не приукрашенная реальность.
Том Бликсен долгое время работал в России, но был вынужден вернуться в Швецию. Он начинает работать в энергетической компании «Свекрафт». Неожиданно после встречи с высокопоставленным российским чиновником...
Автор пересекает линию Елизаветы в Лондоне. Кто отравляет современную Великобританию?
Автор продолжает историю Вадима и раскрывает новые факты о Великобритании.
Landed at Muritala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos Nigeria after he was deported from the United States, Danny Adeyinka, a privileged military brat had been an undocumented immigrant, living a riotous life in the underworld. Arrested by the FBI and the U.S. Secret Service, Danny must rely on his faith and go on the offensive to eliminate the threats leading to the governor’s mansion...
(Published in Association with the Westport Library, Westport, Connecticut)Written by an intimate participant in the turbulent civil rights movement in Mississippi, Nobody Said Amen tells the stories of two families’ lives, one white, one black, as they navigate the challenging, tilting landscape created by the coming of “outside agitators” and social change to the...
Student Wendy Goldberg spends a year in Jerusalem questioning the lives of American Jews who “return” both to Israel itself and to traditional religious practices. Are they sincere? Are they happier? The unexpected answers and her experiences (a bus bombing, a funeral, an unexpected suicide, a love affair, a law suit),lead her to reconsider her own true identity.
Set in fall 1988, <i>Sunshine On An Open Tomb</i> shuttles between two storylines: the creation of The CIA as a result of the Texas/Kingdom oil connection, and a love triangle involving the moon. Our narrator is the brooding runt of a political dynasty whose father is about to be appointed Prez. He is thoughtful, but has trouble expressing himself due to his many physical defects...
Henri lived only a few short years in Europe before the family moved to the Belgian Congo, a country deep in the heart of Africa. These were the early 1900?s, at a time when the colonial era was in full swing, the White Man ruled the native population with undisputed authority and many parts of the country were totally uncivilized. Henri adapted easily to his new surroundings and the Memoir...
Illuminating the intimate, human faces of war, this unique series of short stories by award-winning author Katey Schultz questions the stereotypes of modern war by bearing witness to the shared struggles of all who are touched by it. Numerous characters-returning U.S. soldier and pragmatic jihadist, Afghan mother and listless American sister, courageous amputee and a ghost that cannot let...
Ripped from today’s headlines, Capitol Crimes is a gripping tale of political intrigue, espionage and personal destruction. Callie Wheeler always seemed destined for great things. She landed the job of her dreams straight out of Law School and rose to prominence as the top lobbyist in Washington, D.C. Mike Ferguson is Callie’s fianc? and a CIA operative. He is in pursuit of terrorists who...
Extravagant, absurd, and self-aware, The Revolutionaries Try Again plays out against the lost decade of Ecuador's austerity and the stymied idealism of three childhood friends&#151;an expat, a bureaucrat, and a playwright&#151;who are as sure about the evils of dictatorship as they are unsure of everything else, including each other. Everyone thinks they're the chosen ones,...
Das Haus, (The House) is a story spanning almost seventy years, and is partially based on TRUE EVENTS as told to the author by our hero Erik Goldmann (Fictitious name) and the author’s father-in-law. At the request of Erik, many of the characters and locations were changed to protect the survivors of that long ago Holocaust known as World War II. It has become a NOVEL partially based on some...
A United States president mad with power declares himself dictator, suspends the Constitution and declares war on the American public. Unleashing a reign of terror, the United States citizens find themselves victims of a tyrannical ruler harsher than Stalin or Hitler. In the Midwest, the general of a nuclear armed Air Force base fights back and members of the DEATH CARD militia rise up to...
Ishmael Reed's sixth novel depicts a zany, bizarre, and all-too-believable future where mankind's fate depends upon a jolly old gent named St. Nicholas and a Ristorasta dwarf named Black Peter, who together wreak mischievous havoc on Wall Street and in the Oval Office. This offbeat, on-target social critique makes marvelous fun of everything that is American, from commercialism to...
Автор пишет о катастрофических последствиях работы системы искусственного интеллекта в Великобритании.
В живописной рыбацкой деревушке Лервикен совершено жестокое преступление. Найден труп женщины, убийца приклеил ей веки скотчем, словно не желая, чтобы она закрывала глаза перед лицом смерти. Харриет оставила жизнь в...
Автор рассказывает о кризисе власти в Великобритании и бесполезной системе искусственного интеллекта.
В живописной рыбацкой деревушке Лервикен совершено жестокое преступление. Найден труп женщины, убийца приклеил ей веки скотчем, словно не желая, чтобы она закрывала глаза перед лицом смерти. Харриет оставила жизнь...
A journalist who travels the world exposing heinous crimes makes enemies. Olivia Wolfe has more than most.<br /><br /> When her anonymous source is murdered, Wolfe must unravel the terrible secret that connects a British Cabinet Minister, a Vietnamese billionaire, and a poor South African teacher to a series of gruesome murders.<br /><br /> Soon Wolfe is hunted by a...
Продолжение истории о искусственном интеллекте в современной Великобритании.
INTERNATIONAL ROMULO GALLEGOS NOVEL PRIZE 2011 (most prestigious prize given to a single novel in the Spanish language) NATIONAL CRITICS PRIZE 2011 (best novel of the year written in Spanish, awarded in Spain) THE BEST NOVEL IN SPANISH OF THE YEAR 2010 (chose by 55 critics & journalists of El Pa?s) Author taught at American universities for three decades, including at Princeton, and has...
A satirical look at the origins of power, A Zero-Sum Game uses the highly-charged election for the presidency of a residents' committee and the influence of a powerful stranger to both expose those in power and sympathize with the individuals who find themselves caught in the paradox of empowerment and impotence that is modern consumer society and the democratic state.
First book of fiction from acclaimed poet Juliana Spahr. Her previous books have received national review attention from the NY Times, Ms. Magazine, Publishers Weekly, The Believer, Chicago Review, Boston Review, Huffington Post, and elsewhere. Book excerpted last year in BOMB Magazine Characters in this book grapple with the role of an artist in modern culture, and will appeal to readers of...
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