Individual Author Record
Name: Dina RaePen Name: None Genre: Fiction Audience: Adult; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionDina lives in a suburb of Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationDina Rae is a former teacher and movie buff, and self-proclaimed expert on several conspiracy theories.
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Selected Titles At Your Library
Halo of the damned /
ISBN: 1615726055. OCLC Number: 809768142 Eternal Press,. . A chain of advertising agencies, a new breed of humans, and a fallen angel to worship ... Andel Talistokov is known for his slick advertising agencies across the globe. He is a fallen angel that uses advertising as a weapon for Satan's work. His growing power emboldens him to break several of Hell's Commandments.
The last degree
ISBN: 9781937182052. OCLC Number: 774897732 DIP Publishing House,. . Freemason Supreme Council members accelerate their plans for a one world government. They believe their 'Shining One' will soon be revealed as the figurehead of the globalized world. Rory Schanck, the ultimate insider, sabotages the Supreme Council's progress. Once discovered, he's found dead in an alleyway. He leaves his sister a stolen fortune and book of ancient prophecy. Feeling threatened, she opts for underground living. Chicago Detective Dan O'Leary almost solves the Schanck homicide, but is forced to resign. Instead of living a quiet retirement, he begins a new career as a survivalist compound specialist. Like his clients, he prepares for a global takeover. James Martin, an eccentric hermit, is reluctantly used as God's mouthpiece. He and his compound are trained by Dan to fight off New World Order. The world is divided into ten regions. A shadow government emerges, dictating new laws and eradicating their opposition. Headlines such as the Norway massacre, the meltdown of the European Union, unscrupulous media, animal die-offs, Middle Eastern unrest, and the United States' shrinking power make the plot relevant to present day.