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The Archangel Project

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2013

    Great Read

    love when a woman has her mind stronge

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2009

    Must read must buy

    Must read must buy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2008

    terrific conspiracy thriller

    Iraq War veteran October 'Tobie' Guinness feels her skill as a remote viewer is a mixed bag. The former Navy vet can see who is doing what miles and miles and miles away but she cannot bring into lucid focus completely the flashes she ¿witnesses¿. --- However, though she considers herself an underachiever compared with her spouses, Tobie keeps on trying to clear her vision so as to make better use of it. Her latest effort frightens her as she sees flashes of Eisenhower¿s worst nightmare in action. A cartel of VIPs from the defense industry and the government plan a 9/11 style attack by ¿Iranians¿ on New Orleans in order to obtain public support for an Iraq type intervention. Those she witnessed plotting know of her and her mentor. They kill the psychologist-professor teaching her and go after Tobie. CIA Agent Jax Alexander investigates the professor¿s murder in New Orleans only to crash head first into the conspiracy and Tobie. They are on the run together while trying to prevent another avaricious Middle East war. --- This is a terrific conspiracy thriller starring a wonderful hero who received the ¿psycho¿ honorable discharge from the Navy and a cynical CIA agent on the brink of being fired even before he foolishly becomes involved in the Iran War scam. Fans who appreciate a fast-paced tale with obvious Iraq implications will want to read Team Graham¿s entertaining conspiracy novel. --- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted February 26, 2011

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