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The Gates of Beyul
ISBN-9798696578231

Mummified remains were found where they did not belong – inside a cave on the third-highest mountain on Earth.  Dr. Jenny Williams agrees to assist in solving this puzzle. What starts as a scientific project turns out to be an ancient mystery, which takes Jenny from dangerous altitudes in the Himalayas to medieval England, and inside the Maya ruins in Mexico and Belize.

Along the way, she has to fight a powerful adversary who pursues the same mystery but with his own agenda. She also finds loyal friends - a mountaineer from New Zealand, and a Chicana physician from LA. There is another player closely watching their progress - a mysterious group of men and women headquartered in the heart of a Basque country in Spain. While slowly untangling the medieval riddle, Jenny realizes that she is more than just an outside observer, and her dangerous pursuit across three continents becomes a voyage of self-discovery.

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Recycled Childhood
ISBN-9798611924174

The number of US children in foster care is close to half a million. Children are removed from homes because they are neglected or abused by their biological parents and the scope of this phenomenon is, to say the least, horrifying. Every day, four to seven children die in the United States as a result of abuse. Reports of abuse of children are made every ten minutes.

The ones who are removed from homes and placed in foster care may call themselves lucky. Foster parents are engaged in the most difficult and unappreciated task. They take care of other people's children – children who were dumped in a foster home with enormous baggage of abuse, neglect, physical scars, and horrifying memories. At least now they are safe unless… a foster parent had ulterior motives, and a child who has already been to Hell suffers even more shocking abuse.

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The Lost Boys from Longwood
ISBN-9781693033834

When Toby was little, his mom blew her brains out with a nine-millimeter while he was sitting on her lap. Mike spent his childhood locked inside a chicken coop on a farm in Illinois. Pablo was smuggled into the country from Mexico and dumped on the streets. Demetrius was kicked out of his house after he revealed to his family that he was gay. These boys had one thing in common: they were all neglected, abused, sometimes tormented. They were housed at Longwood because they had nowhere else to go. They were experts at being institutionalized. Many planned to commit a crime immediately after being discharged from Longwood and spend the rest of their lives in the safe confines of an adult prison. They would say it beats being hungry and homeless.