The Armageddon Conspiracy by [Hockney, Mike]

The Armageddon Conspiracy

King Solomon, one of the Bible's most famous figures, died as an apostate. How could a man fabled for his wisdom reach the conclusion that God was false? The Armageddon Conspiracy reveals the answer to this greatest Biblical mystery.

The Temple of Solomon was not the House of God but a special chamber designed to contain a unique weapon, for which Solomon had the most astounding purpose in mind.

Solomon, a man obsessed with witchcraft and magic, believed he had found the key to the supreme mystery of life, but he died before he could complete his mission. The world's oldest secret society, of which Solomon was the Grand Master, still exists and now its members are about to perform the final cataclysmic ceremony Solomon had planned for so long.

To kill God!

The Millionaires' Death Club by [Hockney, Mike]

The Millionaires' Death Club

The most secret club on earth provides exclusive access to the greatest pleasure mankind has ever known. There's just one problem: membership is fatal. When two terminally bored Hollywood superstars hear an urban legend that elite English students have discovered the secret of ultimate pleasure, they come to London to discover if the rumors are true. They employ young socialite Sophie York to help them. Sophie is a forgotten Reality TV contestant and a self-styled entertainment consultant. She thinks she's landed the job of her dreams, but when she and her famous clients collide head on with Oxford University's richest, smartest and most sinister students, it becomes her worst nightmare.

Prohibition A by [Hockney, Mike]

 Prohibition A

"Sin for Salvation" is an ancient cult with murderous rituals. Its members aspire to commit the ultimate sin, known as Prohibition A. The cult preaches a hyper-sexual creed that has seduced Wall Street's highest fliers. Recruits are enlisted in the world's most exclusive nightclub, featuring a sado-masochistic fantasy journey through Dante's nine circles of hell. But when its super rich clientele leave the club, it's neither lust nor lucre they have on their minds. It's murder. When FBI Agent Sarah Harris starts investigating, she finds herself traveling into her own past, where her darkest secrets lie in wait.

The Last Bling King by [Mike Hockney]

The Last Bling King

Are you envious of the rich and famous? Do you think your life is meaningless? Greg Raslow does. But, from nowhere, a mysterious organization with no identifiable leaders emerges to stand up for ordinary people. The League for the Liberation of Nobodies wear uniforms made from old newspapers: an ironic reference to the fact that there are never any stories about them. They're invisible in the eyes of the media, to whom only celebrities count. Greg joins the League and finds himself in the midst of a mind-boggling revolution. Soon, the super rich and celebrities are on the run, desperately trying to protect their privileged lives as they find that ordinary people have finally turned against them. But an unexpected discovery makes Greg realize that there's something suspicious about the League. When he starts investigating, he uncovers the most audacious plot in history. Only one man can stop it. Greg's about to meet him and undergo the ultimate life changing experience.


The Sinclair Sensations

One Right Answer, Infinite Wrong Answers: Why Humanity Is Addicted to Being Wrong by David Sinclair

The War of the Mind: Understanding Inflation and Alienation


Superheroes and Presidents: How Absurd Stories Have Poisoned the American Mind 

Transcendental Magic: The Rise of the New Magicians


The Dream Sorcerers: Cracking the Dream Code


Lucid Sex: Revolutionize Your Sex Life


The Lost Superpowers of Ancient Humanity: In Search of the Ancient Prometheans


Universals Versus Particulars: The Ultimate Intellectual War


The Church of the Serpent: The Philosophy of the Snake and Attaining Transcendent Knowledge


This Quintessence of Dust: If Humans Aren't Dust, What Are They?


The Wolf Tamers: How They Made the Strong Weak


Locusts, Hollywood, and the Valley of Ashes: Individualism Versus Collectivism


Americans or Americants? How America Became a Cant-Do Society


The Philosophy of Dare: Dare You Think and Do Daring Things?


Without the Mob, There Is No Circus (Part 1 of the Conclusion of the AC project)


Now I Have Come to the End and I Pronounce My Judgment (Part 2 of the Conclusion of the AC project)