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Books by Jon Batson
Books by Beverly Eakman
Mars Quake When astronomer Dana Wright thinks she has seen writing on Mars, she wants to take a look through a larger telescope. Senate aide Tom Matthews is willing to investigate it with her, but knows it is not writing but buildings, structures made by intelligent beings. How does he know? He's been there.
The Techniques of Unethical Consensus Building Unmasked! Before you volunteer for that curriculum committee, school violence task force or focus group; before you run for school board or PTA president: Find out who the professional manipulators are and how they’re going to get you to stick your foot in your mouth. The 2011 Edition is a 5th printing.
Deadly Research When author Jack Richmond researches his next novel, he uncovers the biggest conspiracy in history, happening right under our noses and in plain sight. Now Jack and his girlfriend are running for their lives.
Agenda Games: How Today's High-Stakes Political Combat Works Beverly Eakman's latest book exposes the political games being run on the American people and is a must-read.
Research Triangle This is the second in the Jack Richmond series, which began with "Deadly Research." Jack uncovers a secret room in the Research Triangle Park where students are monitored long distance to determine at what drug level they will go berserk and kill their fellow students.
A Common-Sense Platform for the 21st Century represents a starting point for true patriots committed to the ideals and principles of the Framers of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, as well as the Declaration of Independence.
Terminal Research Third in the Jack Richmond Conspiracy Series, this book is based on a true story, that of a young woman held against her will in a Raleigh mental hospital. While investigating her story, Jack returns hometo find that his fiance, Teri, has been abducted. Finding her becomes his first objective, but along the way he has to deal with new assassins, old friends gone bad and members of the organization that is really running things.
Walking Targets exposes how our educational system is driving a wedge between parents and children. Education's Whistleblower and best-selling author, B. K. Eakman, exposes the details: how, under the guise of educational and mental-health testing, computer technologies, thought to be restricted to use in defense of our country, have been redirected for use in tracking the opinions of our children.