Ariel Spencer is an emotionally troubled woman who has repressed memories stemming from her father's death. Her younger son and a friend discover two dead bodies and the trail of evidence leads back to the Spencer family. Jim's brother, Raven, possesses psychic abilities, and helps them get to the bottom of things.
Only one man knows the devastation about to rain down upon the human race. He's an ordinary man with addiction problems who--after a drunk-driving accident--is still struggling with his discovery of Sylvans. Since the dawn of time, Sylvans lived peacefully among us until the NSA agent running the Brookhaven National Lab seizes the opportunity to exercise control over the ancient race. Now, all hell is about to break loose. THE APOCALYPSE SERIES, in order The Boomer Protocols Cold Fusion Sylvans The Devil's Caldera
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This book is an anthology of readings, intended for introductory American studies classes. The readings cover the following eras in American history; the Colonial period, the Revolution, the expansion of democracy (early 19th Century), the Civil War (with a range of materials on slavery), expansion into the frontier, the early 20th Century, and the mid-20th Century to the present. Each of these eras is subdivided into themes: land, government, people, non-mainstream perceptions, and international issues of perceptions. America presents a range of influential thinkers, thoughts, and issues in American life.