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Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss
Rajeev Balasubramanyam
Tesla (Obliterating the Deep State Series #1)
Jason Walker
Tesla (Obliterating the Deep State Series #1)
Jason Walker
Life of Pi (Audiocd)
Yann Martel, Alexander Marshall, Jeff Woodman
Releasing Your Potential: Exposing The Hidden You
Dr. Myles Monroe
The Genesis Record: A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Book of Beginnings
Arnold D. Ehlert, Henry M. Morris
Books for Kids: ELLIE THE ELEPHANT (Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 4-8): Kids Books - Bedtime Stories For Kids - Children's Books - Early Readers - Free Stories (Fun Time Series for Beginning Readers)
Uncle Amon
The Holy Bible : Scofield Reference Bible
Cyrus I Scofield
Progress: 456/1382 pages
Under God
Michael Tait, Toby Mac


Touchfeather - Jimmy Sangster

Set in the 60's with a young Katy Touchfeather as the main character, is a spy novel written by well known screenwriter Jimmy Sangster. Katy is an operative for a deep-state organization that she doesn't even know the name of, but is sent on missions, and her latest is to find who killed her husband. It is fun, if you can get beyond the 60's morals of free love, with the intrigue spanning the globe. She falls in love easily, and into beds even more easily, but that in is reminiscent of 007. Perhaps that was the goal of Mr. Sangster-- to make a young female version of James Bond. I wasn't totally disappointed in the book, and due to the genre and the era it was written in, I sort of expected the permissive attitude towards intimacy. Of course it was dated as well, written in the time well before cell phones or internet, so all of Ms. Touchfeather's spying must be done without the aid of any of that. All in all, an entertaining read