One Too Many, Book One

      T. R. A. Lynch, Sr
One Too Many, Book One

A gorgeous lady spy is sent to kill Sadam Hussein, and when she returns from her mission, she learns that her boss has plans to kill her.Mistaken identity creates problems, but even solves one. This is the first of three books in the Carrie Call Series.Wiki had been enjoying life in the East Indies and the South China Sea. He could speak the local language, so had sailed happily on coastwise craft in the company of Bugis rogues and pirates. But then George Rochester had arrived on the Potomac, and while it had been delightful to get together with his old college friend, it had also ruined Wiki’s current existence.Because of that twice-damned dog....A Wiki Coffin short story, free for happy fans
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    Musings, or We Could Be Much More Advanced, But We're Too Comfortable Embracing T he Illusion Of Knowledge

      T. R. A. Lynch, Sr
Musings, or We Could Be Much More Advanced, But We're Too Comfortable Embracing T he Illusion Of Knowledge

Mr. Lynch gives us much to think about with his fresh theories on topics that have puzzled us for centuries. He suggests a new direction for researchers that could propel us into a new age of technology, and explains why governments keep secret what they know about UFOs.Mr. Lynch brings to the fore some new theories on a variety of topics that have puzzled us for many years, while we stubbornly cling to some beliefs (as we did with the Flat Earth belief, even to the extent of persecuting and imprisoning those who questioned it). And for some strange reason, we continue to claim that Columbus "discovered" America. He encourages research in a new direction (crop circles) and endeavors to explain why so many incompatible heads-of-state seem to unanimously agree on one single topic. He explains what could be seen as "the Ultimate Weapon". He points to Mankind being so arrogant, that not only do we see ourselves as the "center of the universe", but we even attempt to take credit for affecting global weather, while ignoring history.
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