The Honey Guides Author:Hunter North The Honey Guides is something more than a novel; it is a book that prods the mind of the reader into a new awareness. The author gives an in-depth analysis of the world conspiracy that affects our daily lives and is the obsession of a man who decides not to be one of the spectators, but a participant. — Martin Ramsey is a seemingly ordinary fello... more »w who subscribes to a philosophy in which morals and ethics figure prominently. Suddenly, all this is shattered by a succession of events that prove man's inhumanity to man. Witnessing human degradation within the confines of a city prison and experiencing the injustice of his own plight, he resolves to become a taker rather than a giver. In order to obtain release, he agrees to volunteer for a mission to the Congo in a teaching position.
This is a novel of depth and force. Ramsey, surviving the bloodbath in the chaotic clime, is nursed back to health by a doctor who adheres to the principles of Marxism. Supposedly brainwashed, Ramsey survives this ordeal and sets out on his odyssey. Thus, the Avenue of this novel leads to the S.I.R. man, which in turn takes you into the mystery of the Honey Guided.
The author relates the story of one man, Martin Ramsey, in the same manner of the great Jack London adventure novels. He completes the circle as you are drawn into a wev of mystery, suspense and intrigue. If you enjoy adventure, love, sex, romance, intrigue and mystery, you'll love this novel. If you fear the unknown, evil, danger, murder, violence and terror, then you will fear the Honey Guides.
What are the secrets locked inside Martin Ramsey's brain? What evil plot turned the world around? What is the S.I.R. formula? Who killed six million Jews? What was the world shattering secret that the German officer carried with him when he parachuted into Scotland? Who helped the Jew who committed the greatest sin get out of South America? Like the flight of a bird, we are taken into the world of the arrested and the criminal, the religious and the godless, the oppressed and the oppressor, the loved and the hated, the hunter and the hunted. Soon you realize that Martin Ramsey's turmoil might one day be your own. When you finish The Honey Guides, you'll realize there is more--and perhaps that something more depends on you!« less