Foss, Edward. A Biographical Dictionary of the Judges of England From the Conquest to the Present Time 1066-1870. London: John Murray, 1870. xv, 792 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 99-12577. ISBN 1-886363-86-2. Cloth. $100. * A biographical dictionary that provides authoritative factual data about every judge in England who served from the reign of William the Conqueror to 1870, and based on original sources, it is an important and handy one volume work of reference for legal historians. Foss [1787-1870] was a founder and later president of the Incorporated Law Society.
Ben Braun, a moderately successful inventor and young newlywed, invents and manufactures the Mindblower, a sleek electronic device that boosts memory and enhances mental acuity. When Jenny, his beloved bride, is presumed dead after her small plane explodes low over the undertow of the Washington State coastline, Ben searches years for her, hoping she somehow survived with a case of amnesia. Although there are clues, few know anything about what happened to her, and fewer still understand why. The mystery deepens in the dense, beautiful rain forest near his coastal small town home and widens over the city streets of the state’s capital, where the enigmatic family that owns his product’s competition forces Ben to play complex, dangerous, and action-packed games designed to test his reactions while wearing versions of his own technology for some surprising and mind-blowing reasons. And with his Mindblower, friends, and one special secret agent, Ben discovers deeper meanings behind his beliefs, dreams, and visions before learning the amazing truth of what happened to Jenny.
The Mindblower Families is the first novel in a trilogy by Randall Edward Foss. The story continues with two sequels, The Mindblower Androids, followed by The Mindblower Orbs, both coming soon. Gradually, the recurring characters develop into greater importance as they are thrust deeper into the mysteries behind corporate control over the U.S. government and over energy economics. Mytown Mining, Inc., using android miners instead of human labor to dig deeper in remote regions first on earth and then in space for new energy reserves, must fight off both human and android heroes seeking to curtail its overbearing dominance threatening all human safety and freedom.
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