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Here’s a look at Audible’s new releases for May.
A State of Treason by David Thomas Roberts
A State of Treason is about a President who outwardly opposes The Founding Fathers’ view and the limitations set forth by the U.S. Constitution.
A Texas governor, and self-proclaimed enemy of the President, advises the a Texas Ranger to rescue a Tea Party organizer from federal agents.
What results is an epic struggle for power, pitting the right against the left.
A US president with outward contempt for the Founding Fathers and the limits of the US Constitution, who’s administration is rocked by scandals….
“The rest of the country and, the world, watches in awe and despair as the “Texas Crisis” unfolds, affecting world financial markets amid skyrocketing fuel prices. The Texas legislature sends the vote to the people of Texas and the president orders the vote stopped as he suspends the Second Amendment and declares martial law. Texas is now in A State of Treason,” the book’s description states.
In this suspenseful novel, the book’s protagonist, Professor Jeremy Logan, uncovers a long-lost secret experiment.
“His work leads him to an unexpected find. In a long-dormant wing of the estate, Logan uncovers an ingeniously hidden secret room, concealed and apparently untouched for decades. The room is a time capsule, filled with eerie and obscure scientific equipment that points to a top-secret project long thought destroyed, known only as “Project S.” Ultimately the truth of what Project S was…and what has happened in that room…will put Logan in the path of a completely unexpected danger,” the book’s description states.
History buffs will love this book from Stephen L. Moore. Texas Rising is the official nonfiction companion to the History Channel’s series Texas Rising.
The book recounts the tales of the legendary Texas Rangers and the history of the Texas Revolution.
“In 1836, if west of the Mississippi was considered the Wild West, then Texas was hell on earth – a hot bed of conflict. Who would win the war over Texas? Crushed from the outside by Mexican armadas and attacked from within by ferocious Comanche tribes, no one was safe. But this was a time of bravery, a time to die for what you believed in and a time to stand tall against the cruel rule of the Mexican General Santa Anna and his forces. The Texas Rangers, a ragtag crew of men fighting on horseback, were often outnumbered by as many as 50 to one. Yet under renowned General Sam Houston, they achieved victory against nearly impossible odds, earning a legendary place in American history,” the book’s description states.