14.Feb.2020 Finding Wendy Cook, by American Novelist Paul Bellerive Released on Web-e-Books®

Life is Placed on Hold for the Young Wife of Soldier Missing in Action

MANCHESTER, NH. USA – Finding Wendy Cook, fiction by Paul Bellerive, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his novel on a young woman’s plight as the wife of a Vietnam soldier declared missing in action and her quest to determine the final outcome of his disappearance. After seven years of waiting, the unanticipated happens.

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In Finding Wendy Cook, novelist Paul Bellerive completes his trilogy of fictional expositions on community life among typical Americans pushed and pulled by the divergent shifts of social and political events. As with Bellerive’s other literary works, parallel themes of personal tragedy extend from the powerful consequences of often misplaced obedience to community and service to country.

It is within this framework, and in reminiscence of a Vietnam soldier declared missing in action, that his wife, Wendy Cook, struggles over the fate of a husband who vanishes in the steamy jungle of an abandoned war. Now, after seven years of standing by, she is at an emotional flash point, primed to extinguish the eventuality of her growing stagnancy. By chance and good fortune, a bitter, disturbed veteran appears at her doorstep and provides just enough evidence to suggest her husband may still be alive.

Encouraged by these token clues to her husband’s survival, Wendy’s faith is newly restored. She summons the energy and determination to learn the truth through adventurous pursuit, confident of overcoming her misfortune by finding her long-absent husband and restoring their marriage.

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14.Mar.2018 Red Weather, first edition fictional novel by T.R. Healy Released on Web-e-Books®

A Firefighter Betrays His Community by Committing Arson with Inflamed Vengeance

Portland, Oregon, USARed Weather, the second of two novels dealing with anti-social behavior by author, T.R. Healy, is being released as a first edition psychological drama on the delinquency of arson. The book is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his fictional work on the realities of defensible revenge by an intensely distressed individual who feels he’s been wronged. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Red Weather.

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In Red Weather, a shop owner and part-time fireman alarmed by the spread of drug dealers into the once idyllic center of his small hometown takes the law into his own hands, frustrated by his neighborhood’s reprehensible decline and the blind-eyed response of local police. Firefighter turned arsonist and one-man vigilante, Rance Sutter stealthily smokes out the bad actors of a conspicuous dope den and uses a method of eviction no one would expect of him.

Aware he is committing a serious misuse of justice to rout the drug traffickers Rance builds false assurances of his innocence by exploiting his firefighting credentials and close friendships, and further tempers the heat of suspicion for bad behavior by shining blame on a shadowy suspect from the drug underworld.

Just as the official search for a culprit turns cold, drug dealers spark a series of destructive fires the likes of which the town has never known. Townspeople trust no one as the community goes on high alert and measures are taken to protect properties at all hours of the day. While clean as a firehouse whistle to his comrades in the volunteer fire department, constrained by the unyielding dishonesty of his secrets, Rance Sutter is left no choice but to spin an ever-widening vortex of deception.

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27.Nov.2017 OPEN – Pierre’s Journey after War, a Psychological Novel by Author Margareth Stewart, Released on Web-e-Books®

Benevolence Becomes Way of Life for a Man Who Loses His Family

Miami, Florida, USAOPEN – Pierre’s Journey after War is a first edition psychological novel by Margareth Stewart. The book is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of her fictional tale on the long-lasting effects of civilian stress and trauma triggered by hellish acts of war. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, pu

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 OPEN – Pierre’s Journey after War is an intimate story of a man whose wife and children are killed during bombardments of France in WWII. Devastated and embittered, Pierre leaves everything behind and embarks on an odyssey to bury his past in the darkest recesses of his mind. The journey, which lasts more than forty years, involves a sequence of events and coincidences that ultimately provide him new direction and a sense of purpose.

Pierre feels at home in moving from place to place. When his mission in a specific village or town is accomplished, he wanders once again, observing and savouring whatever life offers. His activities are circumstantial and unpredictable. Intuitively, he remains on the move to reconcile his past while his future stands still.

He returns to France an old man. On a day on a walk past vineyards near his former home, Pierre is offered a lift by a couple whose absurd, whimsical presence vividly contrasts with whatever solemn tranquillity he’d found through his consequential journey and search for redemption. Pierre for the first time is inspired to speak of his past.

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20.Sep.2017 Web-e-Books® Transacts all Online Purchases Through PayPal®

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We value the security of your personal information and credit card data, and believe that PayPal offers the safest way to make a payment to an online merchant. PayPal accepts transactions across the globe, so security, ease of access, and online shopping efficiencies are improved by checking-out through one processing solution. Importantly, your PayPal user or credit card account data is entered and managed exclusively on the highly secure PayPal website. No credit card data is ever viewed, collected, or stored on Web-e-Books servers, so your financial security and privacy are significantly enhanced.

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07.Aug.2017 Blood of the Unknowns, a Sequel to Guns at the Abyss, by American Author John Sammon, Released on Web-e-Books®

An Assistant to a German Chancellor is Thrown into His Master’s War

Pacific Grove, California, USABlood of the Unknowns, a sequel to Guns at the Abyss, is a first edition political and action warfare novel by John Sammon. The book is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his fictional drama on the hard realities of World War I from the perspective of a German soldier. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Blood of the Unknowns.

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Blood of the Unknowns, a sequel to Guns of the Abyss, is the second of two novels of political intrigue and warfare that follow a woman’s attempt to prevent the spreading cataclysm of events that ignite World War I. In Blood of the Unknowns, we visit the outcome of her vain political activism, and the misfortunes of her husband, a former assistant to the German Chancellor, now consigned to the machine of war as a low-ranking army private fighting at the behest of militarist aristocrats supportive of the imperialist government’s expansionary view of a European continent.

Under the moonlight, he and a fellow German soldier, a dark-skinned Gypsy recruit, share the same crowded stand in a muddy, hand-shoveled trench on the deadly Western Front. As oddly paired as two men of different backgrounds and experience might be, Privates Frieslaven and Maruska hunker in protective friendship, a vital, cooperative defense against enemy sniper fire, bombs and bayonets, and the failures of German leadership that result in the sacrifice of tens of thousands of men pushed beyond human capacity.

The human toll of death and gruesome injury soars on daily basis as constant waves of courageous soldiers snip through braced lines of rolling barbwire, crawl across pock-marked fields, and watch in war-weary horror as compatriots ordered to charge are felled by machine gun fire so thick that retreat is inevitable for those few left standing. Unilateral surrender is not a choice, however bloodied the troops. New recruits, boys with little training replace the unfortunate millions — soldiers recorded as missing in action, and unknowns buried in battlefield graves.

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11.Jul.2017 Beneath the Milk White, a Sensual Fantasy Novel by USA Author Rick Preti, Released on Web-e-Books®

A Telepathic Plant Form Invades Humans in a Reversal of Evolution

Portland, Maine, USABeneath the Milk White is a first edition sensual fantasy novel by Rick Preti. The book is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his fictional drama on the merging of plant and animal species that suggests the imminent reversal of evolution. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Beneath the Milk White.

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Beneath the Milk White is an exotic fantasy of romance, wonderment, and treachery woven from the moment two single adults in their twenties meet at a classy hotel spa located near the French Quarter of New Orleans, where an amorous young Englishman advances to ask an attractive female sunbather an intriguing question about plant consciousness, and his impromptu pick up line goes awry when he reaches for a pretty bougainvillea flower from a nearby shrub and accidentally tears his finger on a long, sharp thorn.

The young woman, a med-student taking a day off from a grueling academic schedule, attempts to administer poolside first aid, but as the injury worsens, offers to escort the injured man to the hospital. The romance begins in the taxi’s backseat where with his head cradled in her lap, Julie Ward instantly falls for Jonny Ruskin’s good looks, his British mannerisms, and his need for comfort.

Allergic-like reactions, tremors, fever, and respiratory system failures occur from the outset of the wound and threaten Jonny’s life. His finger is mended in the emergency room, but the diagnosis of his mysterious illness goes unsolved, leaving hospital officials no choice but to quarantine and examine him for a potentially contagious viral bug.

Restless by nature, unable to deal with confining hospital regulations, Jonny escapes from quarantine, but not from the parasite responsible for his desperate illness that now assumes broader control of his life and mind and sends him on a mission to re-engineer the genetic code of the human race.

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20.Jun.2016 No Room of the Ark, by American Novelist & Poet Paul Bellerive Released on Web-e-Books®

War Veteran Experiences Trauma of Personal Extinction upon Re-entry to Society

MANCHESTER, NH. USA – No Room on the Ark, a fictionalized memoir by Paul Bellerive, is

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No Room on the Ark, 1st Edition, now on web-e-books.com

being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his personalized story on late 1960’s era youth, military, warfare, civil disorder, and long separation from home and loved ones. From the perspective of emotional stress, his reflections necessitate increasing scrutiny of extended deployments relative to the physical and mental welfare of enlistees. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for No Room on the Ark.

In No Room on the Ark, author Paul Bellerive relives actual experiences through the fictionalized character of Rod Finch, an Army paratrooper assigned to the 173rd Airborne Brigade while in Vietnam. Though Finch’s friends question him on why he would voluntarily enlist while the war was being ridiculed, his personal integrity and allegiance encourage following the footsteps of others who have served their country. Finch and his girlfriend Lauren equitably accept that it is his time to go. Here, the author describes Finch’s judgement in traditionalistic values:

“Finch believed in the goodness of America. Since the sixth grade he had devoured books about World War II….He associated the cold war with World War II and saw it as his burden and his opportunity to live up to the standards of those who had defeated Hitler and destroyed Japan….Finch had absorbed it all and he doubted that any country noble enough to do what had to be done during that global conflict could be on the wrong side in a war just twenty years later.”

In the story, we find that Finch soon transforms from regular high school kid to combat warrior when assigned to a remote mountain area in South Vietnam. Though little time is spent in real jungle warfare training before advancing to danger zones, Finch learns survival under the tutelage of a seasoned, good-natured soldier.

Tasked with capturing and routing villages of small, but well-trained bands of Viet Cong from the North, Finch is quickly entangled in a calamitous mission; one that’s seriously impaired by cocky officers and racially divided troops that show little willingness to co-exist, even when terrorized by an assailing enemy.

Two years later, and with luck on his side, Rod Finch comes back to New England, landing at the entrance of his homeland but unwelcomed in a society teeming with anti-war protestors, radical politicians, and a public displaying observable contempt for soldiers in military uniform. People not only want to forget the war, they outwardly ostracize those who’ve been fighting it. At this stark societal crossroad, Finch feels out of place. Moreover, he must deal with his former girlfriend who has moved on to college, and employers hostile to hiring Vietnam veterans.

Though home at last, Finch cannot climb aboard the America he fought for, so he involuntarily retreats. Still, the emotional suffering continues from extended dislocation and constant, lustful remembrances of Lauren. Inspired by the gravity of his growing anger and despair, he embarks on a passage to lasting salvation.

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25.May.2016 Guns at the Abyss, a First Edition Novel by American John Sammon, Released on Web-e-Books®

Guns at the Abyss, a First Edition Novel by American John Sammon, Released on Web-e-Books®

A Pained Young Woman is Hell-Bent on Sabotaging German Expansionism

Pacific Grove, California, USAGuns at the Abyss, a first edition political drama by novelist John Sammon, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his book on the origins of World War I, and one woman’s attempt to prevent it. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Guns at the Abyss.

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Guns at the Abyss, now on web-e-books.com

It’s summer in the spectacular Bosnian city of Sarajevo. A lightning strike of terror is being clandestinely directed at the future king and his princess bride while the royals parade among welcoming crowds in an open touring car. In the midst of this diverse population of Balkan bystanders are Serbian assassins stalking the presumptive heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. The killers attack twice, delivering injurious and fatal hits.

Outrage and bitterness from within the Austro-Hungarian government touch off a siren call for punishment of majestic proportion. The allied Central Powers of Austria-Hungary, including Germany, demand retribution by deliberately issuing an irreconcilable ultimatum; to be followed by a quick, decisive invasion to crush Serbian nationality.

At Berlin’s office of the Chancellor, a respectful clerk named Ernst Frieslaven is asked to comment on his country’s strategy. His answer foretells the brewing political conflict between ordained, old-world monarchies and emerging and open modern democracies.

Frieslaven loses his ideological balance, challenged for his patriotism by officials who learn of his romance with a charmingly seductive activist, Rosa Liber. While Frieslaven agonizes, his lover plots a dangerous version of civil disobedience influenced by an oppressive past of prejudice and torment. Shamelessly, she sets out on an assassination attempt of her own to prevent the German Empire’s fanatical expansion.

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06.May.2016 Suosso’s Lane Now in Paperback

Print_Book_Template_Final_darkerSome e-books should have their titles plastered in print. Now, Sousso’s Lane, by novelist Robert Knox is available as an e-book and in paperback format. The new private edition paperback is 570 pages of engaging adventure entertainment. When purchasing the paperback, readers receive free access to the online digital edition as well, a $7.95 value.

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18.Mar.2016 Suosso’s Lane book review from Boston University professor, Robert Wexelblatt

This book review of Suosso’s Lane is from Boston University professor Robert Wexelblatt, a widely-published poet and author.

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Suosso’s Lane now available on Web-e-Books®

The book is exemplary in so many respects: for the keenness of its informed historical imagination, an inventive structure in two periods separated by 80 years, for conveying a vivid sense of place, managing storytelling that is both intimate and epic with the invented story as involving and moving as the well-retold historical tale of injustice. It’s a mystery; it’s a love story; it’s a family story; it’s a young person’s story and an old one’s too. Romance, arson, murder, Plymouth, Boston, economic history, political intrigue, real-estate shenanigans. Points of view in great variety, from children to aging widows, young college instructors to Ghanaian immigrants. It’s an ethically sensitive story that slights neither cynicism nor idealism. And it’s so well written – prose, but prose from a poet. — Robert Wexelblatt

 

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