Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Wednesdays are good days to talk about books

I went to my Acupuncturer (I guess that's how you would say it) this morning. He put a needle in a spot that would help me sleep better. Now here it is 4:00 pm. and I'm very, very sleepy. But I must finish the blog before I drift off.

Acupuncture is an interesting procedure and I'm glad I was introduced to it. It has helped my Meniere's, and RA. No, it is not painless, but once all the needles are in place, and the little bit of pain has calmed down, you just lay back in the recliner, close your eyes, and listen to quiet music for about an hour. It's great.

Now to the books, or I should say, book. I want to tell you about "The Silent Patriots" - a sequel to "Pages From the Past." Remember in "Pages from the Past" Betsy was drawn into a world she didn't know existed as she and her family solved the mysterious death of her husband. It was a world of secret organizations where good and evil were constantly at war - One fighting to keep America free - the other fighting to take our freedom away.

In "The Silent Patriots" those who wish to have all power have pushed technology one step further. When the danger is exposed, Garrett recruits Betsy and her family,(and, of course the hero, Dorado) once again, to join with the Patriots in finding and eliminating the enemy. Interestingly enough, technology from the past proves itself to be as powerful as that of modern day in unraveling the terrifying mystery.

As the story unfolds, dead bodies appear in strange places - human bodies that seem not quite human. In the search to find the truth, these Silent Patriots uncover a science lab hidden away from prying eyes. But it's what they discover inside the walls that makes them truly aware of the mind boggling, terrifying plot they have uncovered.

In this book the reader will find a lot of suspense, a touch of romance, and, as the author might say, mysterious and exciting adventure. Thank you for visiting my blog.

(I have to admit, at this point, that I did sneak away and take a quick nap - not long but very beneficial).

1 comment:

Shirley Bahlmann said...

Ooo. Acupuncture. My sister does it all the time, I mean, she doesn't do it but she has the treatments, but I've never felt the desire! Blood drives are all the puncturing I want to deal with!
You're brave.

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