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The White House Is Fake, Joseph McGee

History NonFiction, Mystery & Suspense, Politics

It was the year 1956 with President Dwight Eisenhower signing the bill for the Federal-Aid Highway Act into law. It was also known as the National Interstate and Defense Highway Act. The law was executed on June 29, 1956, with an estimate of over 25 billion for the 41,000 miles of highway to be built. … Read more

A Private Life: Growing Up Black in America, Chase Hayes

History NonFiction, Memoir & Biography, NonFiction, Politics

Growing Up Black in America Don’t get me wrong here, I’ve had an amazing life, the last thing that I want anyone to think is that this book My Private Life is about sour grapes. I consider myself a true American red-blooded capitalist like all other good Americans. This book is about my experiences growing up, my experiences fighting back … Read more

A Burning in The Darkness, A.P. McGrath

Literature & Fiction, Murder & Crime, Mystery & Suspense, Politics

A compelling crime drama and poignant love story about a devoted man who must confront the painful legacy of his war-torn childhood when he is wrongfully accused of murder. Michael Kieh’s struggle to prove his innocence leads him on a charged journey that pitches the pursuit of justice and the search for love against the … Read more

The Square Mile Murder, J.J. Ward

Detective & Private Investigator, Espionage & Conspiracy, Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Politics

After a chance skirmish with an armed killer in central London, agent John Mordred ends up in hospital, condition critical. Six weeks and a full recovery later, he’s persuaded it’s purely a police matter, so one he should forget about. But nothing in MI7 is ever that simple. There’s more to this particular incident than … Read more

The Black and White House, Robert James Bridge

Espionage & Conspiracy, Literature & Fiction, Politics

Racism and Terrorism, two words that were to strike fear in to the hearts and minds of many people for years to come. Spreading like a cancer Terrorism began to take a front seat as Slavery slowly dissipated!.This is the story of Joshua Jenks a young colored boy who with the help of a local … Read more