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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Stolen Light: An Art History Mystery by Claudia Riess

Cuba 1958: American-born William Delany’s sugar plantation is attacked by rebels. He is killed and his priceless art collection is presumed taken as plunder.
Fifty years later, Delaney’s widow dies, and his daughter, Helen Gilmore, endeavoring to understand the father her mother never spoke about, is determined to retrieve what she can of his legacy. In her quest to track down her father’s art collection she enlists the help of a young writer named Erika Shawn. Together with seasoned art historian Harrison Wheatley, the two begin their quest to uncover what they can about Delany’s collection.
What begins as an academic exercise quickly escalates to something much more sinister. When Helen is brutally murdered and Erika is anonymously warned to drop the assignment, they press on undeterred to uncover the culprits and find justice for Helen.
Their dogged determination to find Helen’s killer as well as the stolen artwork lead them to what may be an historical find. Their sleuthing is complicated by their intensifying attraction, as irresistible and, likely as threatening as their mission.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Wraiths (Parthian Chronicles Book 12) by Peter Darman

Nothing is forgotten. Nothing is ever forgotten.
No matter where you are, I will find you.

King Pacorus and Queen Gallia have returned to Dura after their narrow escape in the north. The king is glad to be alive but Gallia seethes with resentment and thirsts for vengeance against those who deceived her husband, killed her friends, imperilled the empire and threatened Dura’s rulers.
And thanks to her own foresight and the assistance of the Scythian Sisters, Gallia has the means to strike back at her enemies, and wastes no time in doing so. But she sets in motion a sequence of events that will have unforeseen consequences, both for Dura and for the Parthian Empire. And for one lowly farmer, his life will change forever.
‘Wraiths’ is the twelfth volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘Lord of War’. A map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website: www.peterdarman.com.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE & #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Stolen Light: An Art History Mystery by Claudia Riess

Cuba 1958: American-born William Delany’s sugar plantation is attacked by rebels. He is killed and his priceless art collection is presumed taken as plunder.
Fifty years later, Delaney’s widow dies, and his daughter, Helen Gilmore, endeavoring to understand the father her mother never spoke about, is determined to retrieve what she can of his legacy. In her quest to track down her father’s art collection she enlists the help of a young writer named Erika Shawn. Together with seasoned art historian Harrison Wheatley, the two begin their quest to uncover what they can about Delany’s collection.
What begins as an academic exercise quickly escalates to something much more sinister. When Helen is brutally murdered and Erika is anonymously warned to drop the assignment, they press on undeterred to uncover the culprits and find justice for Helen.
Their dogged determination to find Helen’s killer as well as the stolen artwork lead them to what may be an historical find. Their sleuthing is complicated by their intensifying attraction, as irresistible and, likely as threatening as their mission.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Evil Entombed (Touch of Evil–The Devil's Trilogy Book 2) by Edwina Groat

Something foul has invaded Zoe and Garth’s newly renovated historic home. Will the evil overtake them or will their mysterious visitor drive it back to hell where it belongs?

Zoe Erskine’s marriage to Garth, her father’s long-time business partner, was the one good thing that happened to her in the past year of total torment and personal loss. The subsequent purchase of their historical home on Long Island carried the promise of a new beginning. Their happiness is threatened when unwelcome, evil entity invades their residence.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Wraiths (Parthian Chronicles Book 12) by Peter Darman

Nothing is forgotten. Nothing is ever forgotten.
No matter where you are, I will find you.

King Pacorus and Queen Gallia have returned to Dura after their narrow escape in the north. The king is glad to be alive but Gallia seethes with resentment and thirsts for vengeance against those who deceived her husband, killed her friends, imperilled the empire and threatened Dura’s rulers.
And thanks to her own foresight and the assistance of the Scythian Sisters, Gallia has the means to strike back at her enemies, and wastes no time in doing so. But she sets in motion a sequence of events that will have unforeseen consequences, both for Dura and for the Parthian Empire. And for one lowly farmer, his life will change forever.
‘Wraiths’ is the twelfth volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘Lord of War’. A map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website: www.peterdarman.com.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE & #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Lord of War (Parthian Chronicles Book 11 by Peter Darman

You want peace and a happy retirement, Pacorus?
The only way to ensure both is to eradicate your enemies before they have a chance to mobilise.
So, are you a warlord or farmer?
Pacorus and Gallia have survived their time of trial in Media and have returned to Dura, intent on no longer fighting Parthia’s wars. And it just so happens that the empire is at peace. In the east, Satrap Kewab, a son of Dura, has fought the Kushans to a standstill, and in the west relations between King of Kings Phraates and the Roman leader Octavian are never better. A relieved Pacorus turns his attention to irrigation and farming, happy to leave the matter of the return to Rome of the eagles he captured at Carrhae to Phraates, the scheming, untrustworthy high king.
But there are other seeds that have been planted aside from the ones placed in Dura’s now fertile soil, and soon rumblings of conflict are heard in the north. While Pacorus thinks of peaceful prosperity, others brood and want vengeance, and have no qualms about dragging Parthia’s most famous warlord into fresh bloodshed. Soon, Pacorus is leading Dura’s army once more to war, in a conflict that will see him win his greatest victory, while suffering painful personal loss.
‘Lord of War’ is the eleventh volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘The Slave King’. An updated map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website: www.peterdarman.com.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Wraiths (Parthian Chronicles Book 12) by Peter Darman

Nothing is forgotten. Nothing is ever forgotten.
No matter where you are, I will find you.

King Pacorus and Queen Gallia have returned to Dura after their narrow escape in the north. The king is glad to be alive but Gallia seethes with resentment and thirsts for vengeance against those who deceived her husband, killed her friends, imperilled the empire and threatened Dura’s rulers.
And thanks to her own foresight and the assistance of the Scythian Sisters, Gallia has the means to strike back at her enemies, and wastes no time in doing so. But she sets in motion a sequence of events that will have unforeseen consequences, both for Dura and for the Parthian Empire. And for one lowly farmer, his life will change forever.
‘Wraiths’ is the twelfth volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘Lord of War’. A map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website: www.peterdarman.com.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE & #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Stolen Light: An Art History Mystery by Claudia Riess

Cuba 1958: American-born William Delany’s sugar plantation is attacked by rebels. He is killed and his priceless art collection is presumed taken as plunder.
Fifty years later, Delaney’s widow dies, and his daughter, Helen Gilmore, endeavoring to understand the father her mother never spoke about, is determined to retrieve what she can of his legacy. In her quest to track down her father’s art collection she enlists the help of a young writer named Erika Shawn. Together with seasoned art historian Harrison Wheatley, the two begin their quest to uncover what they can about Delany’s collection.
What begins as an academic exercise quickly escalates to something much more sinister. When Helen is brutally murdered and Erika is anonymously warned to drop the assignment, they press on undeterred to uncover the culprits and find justice for Helen.
Their dogged determination to find Helen’s killer as well as the stolen artwork lead them to what may be an historical find. Their sleuthing is complicated by their intensifying attraction, as irresistible and, likely as threatening as their mission.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Evil Entombed (Touch of Evil–The Devil's Trilogy Book 2) by Edwina Groat

Something foul has invaded Zoe and Garth’s newly renovated historic home. Will the evil overtake them or will their mysterious visitor drive it back to hell where it belongs?

Zoe Erskine’s marriage to Garth, her father’s long-time business partner, was the one good thing that happened to her in the past year of total torment and personal loss. The subsequent purchase of their historical home on Long Island carried the promise of a new beginning. Their happiness is threatened when unwelcome, evil entity invades their residence.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE & #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Wraiths (Parthian Chronicles Book 12) by Peter Darman

Nothing is forgotten. Nothing is ever forgotten.
No matter where you are, I will find you.

King Pacorus and Queen Gallia have returned to Dura after their narrow escape in the north. The king is glad to be alive but Gallia seethes with resentment and thirsts for vengeance against those who deceived her husband, killed her friends, imperilled the empire and threatened Dura’s rulers.
And thanks to her own foresight and the assistance of the Scythian Sisters, Gallia has the means to strike back at her enemies, and wastes no time in doing so. But she sets in motion a sequence of events that will have unforeseen consequences, both for Dura and for the Parthian Empire. And for one lowly farmer, his life will change forever.
‘Wraiths’ is the twelfth volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘Lord of War’. A map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website: www.peterdarman.com.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE & #Paperback #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Have You Figured It out Yet?: Do You Really Know Who and What You Are, Politically and Socially? by Rick Larhette

With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?

Have You Figured It Out Yet? can help you answer the question. Author Rick LaRhette has figured out the origins of his political and social beliefs by asking a series of tough questions on topics such as political orientation, raising a family, picking your friends, choosing your news and information sources, and knowing about the role of the federal government. He then applies his political and social beliefs to some current hot-topic issues such as immigration, health care, education, global warming, and firearms.

It is important to keep asking the hard questions, and if you have ever wondered where your political and social beliefs came from, then Have You Figured It Out Yet? can provide you with some fresh, independent thoughts to chew on outside of media influences.

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BLOG POST > #FEATURED #KINDLE #BOOK ● ▸▸▸Wraiths (Parthian Chronicles Book 12) by Peter Darman

Nothing is forgotten. Nothing is ever forgotten.
No matter where you are, I will find you.

King Pacorus and Queen Gallia have returned to Dura after their narrow escape in the north. The king is glad to be alive but Gallia seethes with resentment and thirsts for vengeance against those who deceived her husband, killed her friends, imperilled the empire and threatened Dura’s rulers.
And thanks to her own foresight and the assistance of the Scythian Sisters, Gallia has the means to strike back at her enemies, and wastes no time in doing so. But she sets in motion a sequence of events that will have unforeseen consequences, both for Dura and for the Parthian Empire. And for one lowly farmer, his life will change forever.
‘Wraiths’ is the twelfth volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘Lord of War’. A map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website: www.peterdarman.com.

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