Sequel to ALONE
Mason and Amy Banks, Jacobs/Benson Thriller
Mason and Amy Banks thought they would enjoy a peaceful retirement from a career of delivering swift justice to bad people.
Much of how the brain functions remains unknown. But Doctor Feng Zhuang was convinced he had discovered a world-shattering secret.
And some unscrupulous people discovered a way to take unfair and cruel advantage.
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Could a venture capitalist buy a country, one where it makes the laws and nothing its clients can do is illegal?
When an American private equity firm orchestrates a devastating war between two powerful drug cartels and forms a partnership with two others, a new nation is born.
But when the primary investor’s sinister purpose is revealed, grave mistakes may destroy America.
Only two young FBI agents can stop it in time.
Julia is odd. Julia is brilliant and confident.
She is poor and living on her own, but she is determined to become the hottest fashion designer in the industry.
Which makes Julia a threat… and an opportunity.
When corporate greed destroyed her father and tried to destroy her, she decided to get even and make the man responsible pay for his crimes.
What if you had the power to deliver justice, punish evil men, right wrongs, and save innocent lives?
The family of a young Mason Banks had been cheated and his father murdered. Mason felt helpless until he was recruited by a mysterious man whose organization gave him the opportunity to use his skills to deliver the justice the legal system couldn’t. And not only to his father’s killer.
It was a noble cause… until it wasn’t. When Mason questions the organization’s true motives, the hunter becomes the hunted.
After Jason and Craig Patterson inherit a large corporation, they hire a new CEO. Soon, however, they begin to suspect that the CEO and a mysterious partner are looking for ways to strip the company away from them.
But it's far more menacing than that. When Craig is murdered, Jason vows to find answers and avenge his brother's death. What he finds is a complex and sinister web of international intrigue, extortion, and sex trafficking.
And the stakes become far higher.
Can Jason untangle the scheme and bring his brother's killer to justice before more people die?
Normal people get fired all the time. But Wayne and Betty Robbins are not normal people.
When an arrogant young man inherited the large national jewelry store chain that Wayne and Betty helped build, he should not have stolen Robbins’ retirement funds, patents, and royalties. But, he did.
Now, they are determined to get even.
Traveling in their motor coach, these sweet grandparents brilliantly design and execute perfect crimes to get their money back.
This may not end the way you think it will.
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A low-budget, highly entertaining stage play.
An endangered Indian Reservation. A corrupt U.S. Senator and his indentured assistant. An Activist who is pledged to stop a deal that would crush his tribe. A crusty old couple. A heroic pilot and the flight attendant who loves him.
This fast-paced stage play threads its way through emotions and challenges on a hilarious flight plan.
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The Dome is dying
Two hundred years after the apocalypse poisoned the air, the last sanctuary is dying from lack of oxygen.
Mrr, a time scientist, returns to 1988 to collect a substance that will save the Dome, but he finds himself in a bewildering world and makes critical misjudgments that threaten to ruin, not save, humanity.
This story is an alternately hilarious and deadly serious set of complex plot twists and bizarre characters.
Freriks creates a vivid environment where reality meets science fiction. From the first chapter of the book, I was taken on a literary journey painted with mystery, exploration, humor, and imagination. Bravo to Tim for writing such a great book. Dr. Roger Clapp
Mrr is one of those crazy books that made me laugh hysterically, fear for the characters, and wonder what is coming next. It was a real fast-paced read that kept me glued to the pages. Like his first book, Apocalypse Disrupted, the twists and turns were unexpected and engaging. Can’t wait to read his newest book, Roland. Great job! Amazon customer
I am a huge fan of science fiction and I loved Freriks' first book, Apocalyse Disrupted, so I wanted to try Mrr. I was not disappointed. I was drawn in right from the first page and it didn't let me go. It was certainly a unique and complex story. Great read. I loved the relationship between Mrr and Marge, but even the bad guys were unique and captivating. There were parts where I laughed really hard. And the ending was an incredible ride. Another great book by Tim Freriks. Can't wait for the next one. Lauren Rowell.
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Building a Business from the Customer Up
What makes a successful business?
Make sure you can create some before you quit your day job.
A sensible guide to building a foundation for a startup business.
Building off his own experiences as an entrepreneur, this book offers all the insight, essential tools, and wisdom that ultimately comes from success and failure, knowledge you need before venturing out on your own. This book offers a sensible, useful, and logical progression of steps that can help you build the foundation for a marketable product and a thriving startup business. The lessons were learned over 40 years of misadventures and success.
You bring the ambition and commitment, we’ll show you how to succeed.
Startup success takes a product that people will buy… and a plan.
Sequel to Bad Bugs
We first met Sarah in Bad Bugs when she was the partner of Michael Stammons, a serial killer who was executed by lethal injection.
But for Sarah, an Iraqi patriot, that was just a rehearsal, preparation for her true objective.
Sarah and ex-FBI Agent Paul Newsome meet up again in a story of unexpected twists, turns, and intrigue.
A wild ride!
This book is told through the mind of Michael Stammons, a serial killer. Stammons tells the story in a somewhat off-handed style, which might be creepy to some. But it is his story, justifications for his actions. He wants you to believe.
This is a psychological thriller.
And a love story.
And it might be disturbing.
Control the Data, Control the World
While hacking into financial databases, Matt Powell, a brilliant but eccentric programmer, discovers a sinister scheme. What Powell found was simple: He knew that data was the world’s fuel, flowing through a spaghetti plate of fiber optic cables on the floor of every ocean, and if you control the cables, you control the world’s political and economic systems. Five powerful men had launched a ruthless scheme to do just that.
As the alarming scope of the conspiracy becomes clear, Powell decides to risk his life and freedom to expose the plot.
He may be the world’s last hope
Only Markus 4573 knows the truth. The one-party political system has destroyed America.
It’s the year 2098, and the leaders of the new Fascist state have created a cold and cruel world where profits drive an indentured population. The Ruling Class lives in selfish luxury while the oppressed masses live in bondage. But the arrogance of the leaders has left them vulnerable. They allowed the technology that supports the Unity to be controlled by one slave in Town 20, and Markus 4573 has been awakened to reality.
The Second American Revolution.
Existence consists of a physical world and a non-physical world of faith and emotion. Both exist, but how can anything exist if it has no physical source?
Logic dictates that both the physical and non-physical must have existed in the Original Matter, the origin of all things. Since humans possess a soul, feelings, and awareness, so must our Original Creator. Each Creator must have its own set of human emotions like anger, love, jealousy and the need to compete.
But competition requires more than one player. Could more than one universe co-exist inside an Omniverse?
Four Worlds? Four Creators? Four Players?
Winner of two major literary awards.
It’s 1814, and America is on the brink of destruction. The fate of the young country now lies in the hands of an unlikely collection of patriots and pirates.
Inspired by true events and real life characters, Roland: of pirates and patriots, tells a harrowing tale of loyalty, patriotism, piracy, strange friendships, and betrayal—a forgotten backstory that preserved our freedom.
Paid by traitors to deliver a shipment of gold to America’s enemies, a bold naval captain is forced to choose between patriotism and survival. When conspiracy and murder threaten the ship and its treasure, a valuable secret is bestowed on one person—a twelve-year-old boy.
This is a story about a boy’s adventure, his growth to manhood, conspiracy and dedication, greed and obsession, heroism and sacrifice, struggle and victory.
I read Freriks' first book, Apocalypse Disrupted, and loved it. Roland is a great third novel. The concept of finding a hidden story behind the people and events that ended the War of 1812 is awesome. The story grabbed me right from the start and kept me intrigued until the ending. And, wow, what an ending! Great read.
Roland: Of Pirates and Patriots is a story about patriotism and the greed for gold. It follows the life of Roland who is a child when he witnesses the murder of his father and takes upon himself a plan to use stolen gold to purchase arms for the defense of America. The various characters were well rounded and with the plot twists were woven into a well-written narrative which I enjoyed reading. Recommended.
David Hayes, Historicalnavalfiction.com
This is a fascinating novel about the lesser known War of 1812 – a conflict between the young United States and Britain. The book filled a few big gaps in my understanding of that period. The story begins in 1800 with a shipment of gold from London to the New World. The precious cargo is lost and will be hunted in the years to follow, leading the reader down the path of pirate adventures and political intrigues. The author strikes a fine balance between the coming-of-age part concerning Roland, the boy who knows where said gold is hidden, and the depiction of the historical facts. A fun read that should appeal particularly to younger readers.
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They look real. They act real.
And what if the Artificial Intelligence programmers went a step too far then couldn’t take it back?
Object_3783 is an intense twisting together of real and virtual worlds where the residents in both have secret, and often conflicting, agendas and fears.
Mistakes on either side of the monitor could have a devastating impact on the Cyber world.
Captain Dak is trying to return home from an extended study of the intelligent life-forms on an alien planet when the ship malfunctions. Unable to leave, he is forced to interact with the alien civilization in an uncontrolled environment. Through unexpected plot twists of trust and betrayal, Dak learns much about the aliens and himself... and how to survive.