Disgraced teacher, James Fisher, moved to a backwoods town, content to live his life in solitude. He was awakened from his apathy by a small girl with a big problem. James suspected Brittany was being abused and exploited by his neighbor. He called the police but soon realized his mistake, as the neighbor was related to the chief of police. Most would’ve looked the other way. Getting involved placed James squarely in the crosshairs of the local police. James lacked the brawn or the connections to save himself, much less Brittany. The police held all the power, and they knew it. But that was also their weakness. They underestimated what the mild-mannered teacher and the young runaway would do for justice.
The Tenth Cycle
The truth about human history is about to be revealed. . . But will we be allowed to know it? For thousands of years the truth about human history has intentionally been suppressed and exploited. For decades scholars have been saying that the truth about human history will be found inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, but up till now no one has ever been able to find it. Those who tried have been ridiculed and persecuted.
When drunk teenagers add letters to the Welcome to Nower County sign, making it Welcome to NoWherE County, nobody repaints it. Because, Why bother? Everyone knows they live in the middle of nowhere. Children’s book author Charlie McClintock and her three-year-old daughter, Merrie, return home to settle Charlie’s recently deceased mother’s affairs. It’s the first time since high school graduation that she and childhood friends Sam Sheridan and Malachi Tackett have been reunited.
There are two things twenty-one-year-old John-Michael wants most in life; to be accepted and to be treated like an adult. But John-Michael has an odd compulsion which is hindering his efforts towards acceptance; an urge that leads him to follow and mirror the men around town in search of something he can’t explain. Until a strange man in a blue suit appears in the town. A man who doesn’t belong there, and who has a suspicious curiosity for the antique shop where John-Michael works. What’s more, John-Michael’s boss Claude grows progressively more anxious as the man in blue creeps ever closer.