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Was WWII a Judas kiss?
Throughout the history of the world, we have seen war, the spread of civilization, discovered many wonders, but what if in all that time, Homo sapiens were merely evolving into something new? What if on the inside we are all alien? The invasion completed in the midst of WWII. Homo Avatarius now rules the Earth.
“Winner Takes All” is a trilogy set of “Alpha Tauri Strain”, “Code of Disjointed Letters” and “Homo Avatarius”.
1920 Vienna, Wilhelm Reich is a medical student, working as a night nurse at a mental hospital when he meets and falls in love with Maria Orsic, a stunningly beautiful young woman who just happens to be diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. He helps her escape, only to lose her the next morning. Years later, he is a respected psychiatrist working in Berlin when he meets her for the second time. And she needs his help again — with a message she’s received from the aliens.
How to Train Your Ender Dragon 2 – Blind Trust
Can Steve bond with his dragon?
The Minecraft world has officially accepted Steve – he trained his dragon and proved his worth. And not just any dragon – he trained an Ender Dragon to be able to carry him, which, as all the Minecrafters know, is a feat to be admired indeed!
John Grisham says THE TUMOR is the most important book he has ever written. In this short book, he provides readers with a fictional account of how a real, new medical technology could revolutionize the future of medicine by curing with sound.
THE TUMOR follows the present day experience of the fictional patient Paul, an otherwise healthy 35-year-old father who is diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Grisham takes readers through a detailed account of Paul’s treatment and his family’s experience that doesn’t end as we would hope. Grisham then explores an alternate future, where Paul is diagnosed with the same brain tumor at the same age, but in the year 2025, when a treatment called focused ultrasound is able to extend his life expectancy.
LEGENDS is a ONE TIME ONLY limited bundle with over a million words of fantasy reading including original, never released stories from bestselling authors Nick Webb and K. F. Breene.
Immerse yourself in captivating worlds and kingdoms where fearless warriors quest, powerful sorcerers battle fiery dragons, and humble peasants rise from poverty to riches.
“Stay back!” Joshua ordered. He kept his eyes on the scene below while waving his arm in Ruth’s direction. “Get deeper into the woods and stay down low to the ground.”
Joshua hazarded a glance behind him. He could no longer see Ruth and breathed a sigh of relief. In one swift move, he grabbed his rifle and lay flat to the ground. Extending the rifle, he aimed at the shorter man whose gun was pointed at Bradshaw.
SOAP MAKING: Beginners Guide to Make Natural Herbal Handmade Organic Soaps from Scratch: Soap Making (Soap Making Kit, Molds, Moulds, Oils, Scents, Soap Making)
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What would you do if you discovered a dead body? Would you investigate? Try to solve the case before the police arrive?
Would you prattle on about theories regarding the murder, realizing you know almost too much about it? Would you put the handsome detective off balance so that he then accuses you of being the murderer? All before 9AM? No… surely no one would do that?
Clearly, you haven’t met Diana Hunter.
USA Today Bestselling author, Pamela DuMond, pitched the real life ERIN BROCKOVICH story to ‘Hollywood.’ Now she brings readers the first book in THE MESSENGER Mortal Beloved Series — “a gritty and gorgeous”, Time Travel Romantic Thriller.
A boy from the past. A girl from the future. Their love could be forever, but their time is running out…
Madeline falls in love with Samuel when she accidentally time travels hundreds of years into the past.
Their relationship is forbidden. Samuel’s half Native and Madeline’s white. Every rendezvous they share must be secret. If discovered they could be brutally punished.
But Madeline’s traveled to the past not only to fall in love, but also to claim her birth right as a Messenger, a soul who can slip through time’s fabric, delivering messages that change one life, or save many. Deadly Hunters, dark-souled time travelers, crave her powers and seek to seduce or kill her.
Tiny House Movement
In our country, everything is getting bigger. The more things that you have, the higher your status in most circles. But just because you have more stuff, a bigger house, more cars, and take more vacations, does not mean that you are happy. While the current American thought is that you should get as much as possible, there are many who want to change things up and see smaller as better.
David is an ordinary boy, with an an EXTRA-ordinary hat! A hat that can take him to places, well beyond his wildest dreams!
Sail on a pirate ship, dance with wild animals, go on adventurous, heart throbbing expeditions… it’s all possible with the magic hat!
Hold on tight, because you are about to go on an EPIC adventure!
Are you ready… let’s begin!
It’s near impossible for customers to cut through the “innovative solutions” and “passion for customer service,” and find out who can actually give them what they need.
For the business owner who’s willing to do something different, though, it represents a major – and inexpensive – competitive advantage.
Revenge is a dish best served…smoking hot with a side of spicy fries.
HoneyBun shop owner, Ali Daniels, is in the middle of a date with a deliciously handsome police detective at the hottest NYC barbecue restaurant — when the owner is shot in the middle of a busy kitchen.
There’s no gun. There are no witnesses.
Ali can’t resist a good mystery to solve and decides to help the investigation along. But as she attempts to smoke out the culprit, it’s Ali who risks being scorched by a red, hot killer.
“Move over Cussler, Crichton and Conan Doyle. There’s a new master of thrilling adventures.”
A sinkhole is a natural phenomenon. It can happen anywhere, anytime. It drinks lakes dry, consumes jungles, and even demolishes entire mountains. You may have seen one in your street. But these things aren’t lost. They’ve simply been moved. Things are forgotten on the surface all the time. Beneath the crust, they’re always remembered.
Sam Prichard was a cop, and a good one, until the bullets took out the joint of his right hip. Now he’s trying to learn to live without being a cop, and getting to know his neighbors, learning to walk again and even ride a motorcycle. Life is bearable, barely, but then he gets asked to find a missing child, and the lure of getting back into some kind of police work is too much for him to resist. When he teams up with computer whiz Indiana Perkins, he suddenly becomes one of the best investigators he’s ever even known.
Now, he’s found the missing child, but it’s thrown him right into the middle of something that may be a drug war–or could be a chance to stop the next 911! There’s no way out for Sam, so he’s in for the ride of his life, but when the girl he’s becoming fond of is suddenly drawn into the line of fire with her own little daughter, Sam is ready to forget all the rules and do whatever is necessary to win the day.
Women are turning up dead in the rural outskirts of Virginia, killed in grotesque ways, and when the FBI is called in, they are stumped. A serial killer is out there, his frequency increasing, and they know there is only one agent good enough to crack this case: Special Agent Riley Paige.
Riley is on paid leave herself, recovering from her encounter with her last serial killer, and, fragile as she is, the FBI is reluctant to tap her brilliant mind. Yet Riley, needing to battle her own demons, comes on board, and her hunt leads her through the disturbing subculture of doll collectors, into the homes of broken families, and into the darkest canals of the killer’s mind. As Riley peels back the layers, she realizes she is up against a killer more twisted than she could have imagined. In a frantic race against time, she finds herself pushed to her limit, her job on the line, her own family in danger, and her fragile psyche collapsing.
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The South has a long tradition of fine storytellers, and now one comes along perhaps better than most. Jim Ritchie isn’t bashful; he jumps right in, holding the reader spellbound with his uproariously earthy frankness. A master teller in the oral tradition, the author performs even better on the stage of these pages, making his subjects come to life with his own homespun style. The reader who has grown up in the South will swear that he knows each and every character in these tales: from the “Indian doctor” with the secret hemorrhoid cure to the bull who couldn’t keep his “loins” out of reach of the youngster’s BB gun; he’ll identify with Bubba gigging for Giant Southern Frogs and with the curious cat that burned the cabin down; he’ll remember high school teammates like “Shorty” and “Speedy”, as well as college fraternity brothers like “Snake” and “Stud”. And he’ll laugh while remembering.
Kovac and Liska take on multiple twisted cases as #1 New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag explores a murder from the past, a murder from the present, and a life that was never meant to be.
As the dreary, bitter weather of late fall descends on Minneapolis, Detective Nikki Liska is restless, already bored with her new assignment to the cold case squad. She misses the rush of pulling an all-nighter and the sense of urgency of hunting a desperate killer on the loose. Most of all she misses her old partner, Sam Kovac.
Stone Barrington is back, in fine form, in the newest thriller from the #1 New York Times–bestselling author.
After a series of nonstop adventures, Stone Barrington is eager for some peace and quiet in a rustic British setting. But no sooner does he land in England than he’s beset by an outrageous demand from a beautiful lady, and an offer he can’t refuse.
What if you had no memory, not even of being a witch?
“Falling in love with the series again and again.”
“Hang on for this one, it’s going to be a bumpy ride. ;-)”
Silver Wood Coven Book One
Templar Michael Charbon has been watching the young witch for months. Homeless, beautiful, and living in Central Park, she seems to charm everyone she meets. They shower her with kindness, and yet he never witnesses magic. Only when he rescues her from a rapist, does he understand why: Summer has no memory, not even of her real name. Though he barely resists her inexplicable pull on him, he would gladly break his vows to make her his own.
A powerful drug lord threatens to bring America to its knees.
Only one man can stop him.
Two years ago, Secret Service Agent Matthew Richter faced the most difficult decision of his life, knowing that by saving the former, the latter would die. In the aftermath, he fled Washington and the agency that failed him. With wounds he’s certain will never heal, he seeks refuge behind a gun as the commander of an FBI SWAT team in New York. After a raid turns sour and Richter is sidelined, possibly for good, he is reluctantly drawn back to Washington by the man he once saved.
As a widowed, single mom, Lyndsey Allen has a load of financial troubles. Despite her best efforts to stay afloat, she faces foreclosure. With a young son to consider she needs a miracle and quick, but pride won’t let her accept money from a longtime friend.
When handyman Shep Patterson promised his best friend that he’d look after Lyndsey should anything happen to him, he never imagined that would include marriage, yet a proposal slips from his mouth.
This man could make you laugh and become angry, all at the same time. He was a dreamer and a schemer. When the good Lord made him, He threw the mold away. I’ve never known another like him.
Perhaps his family and his heritage contributed to his uniqueness.
In Bill Wilson’s third children’s book he answers the question “Of what do dragons dream?”.
Why the same things we do: being ballerinas, mermaids, cowboys and much more. And this alphabet picture book tells of their dreams, from A to Z.
With this collection of thirty additional tales—short and long, lighthearted and gritty—master short story author John M. Floyd invites us once more to strap ourselves into a ride that entertains as well as enlightens. And, as his readers have come to expect, almost every story features two ingredients that Floyd admits he loves: nonstop suspense and a Hitchcock-like surprise ending.
Amid the misconception from television, the movies and the media for many decades, finally comes a story of, and from Mississippi that tells it like it is, and was. The remarkable tale begins in the turbulent sixties when a young black man has the courage to open his law office in the small fictional Mississippi town of Stuttgart. Michael Denton Washington, III meets every challenge that era presents and progresses in spite of tragedy, misunderstanding, ignorance, and prejudice. In this story, patience and love prevail, and the young lawyer and the state rise above the chaos of the times. Religion and individual spirituality serve as the background for how Washington is able to cope with the hand life deals him. Illustrated with rare folk art by Marcia MacLean. THE NOVEL IS NOW IN ITS THIRD PRINTING.
These 26 stories span the history of Mississippi, from the Civil War era through modern times. Each is set in Mississippi, bringing the unique flavor of local landmarks, dialects, and viewpoints in a blend of delightful voice. Most of the authors and poets are award winning, all with Mississippi roots and stories of our heritange.
Curtis Wilkie: “No state in teh Union produces more good stories, per capita, than Mississippi, so it’s a treat to see this new collection of prose and verse from homegrown writers.”
Patie Corbin,a former college All-American and New York Giant All-NFL half-back finally realized he had made a giant mistake – but what could he do about it now? It was too late to back out! And besides, he wanted to help his country.
Growing up in 1850s Alabama, Cooper Waterman longed to become a man of letters – a lofty dream for a handicapped lad who was poor and fatherless, and left school at 13 to become a shoeshine boy. But with his imagination, a notebook and a stub of a pencil, he rose to become a newspaper reporter, eventually going off to serve as a Civil War correspondent. Covering an epic American struggle, Cooper survives the siege of Vicksburg and rides through bloody cavalry battles with the formidable General Nathan Bedford Forrest, taking time along the way to write letters to home for hundreds of wounded or illiterate soldiers. Compelling, ringing with authenticity and told through the eyes of a southern journalist, The Letter Writer is a Civil War story remarkably different than any you may have ever read.
This is a true story about the citizens of Mississippi weathering the storm in the 1960s when hundreds of civil rights activists from the North invaded the state. It was during a time when black ghettoes in the civil rights workers’ own backyards in Northern cities were about to explode in death and destruction. In one year, 67 race riots broke out in Northern cities. In Detroit alone, 43 people were killed and millions of dollars in property was destroyed.
Boss, Jaybird And Me : Anthology Of Short Stories contains works written by author Jimmy Reed that focus primarily on his boyhood years spend on his father’s Mississippi Delta cotton plantation. Many of the stories relate his relationship with Jaybird, a wise old black man who was Reed’s boyhood best friend and mentor. Uniquely, each story contains exactly 500 words.
“Yes, this is a warm, cleanly-written and simply but powerfully-drawn book about how to understand and raise horses. But it is so much more that it deserves a voyage of discovery when the reader has plenty of time to ponder how things fit together, how we learn, why we do what we do, and how much caring and patience outweigh discipline and over-direction. Camp provides a central clue in a simple paragraph that begins the book: ‘Often, in the evening,’ he says, ‘when the stresses of the day are weighing heavy, I pack it in and head out to the pasture. I’ll sit on my favorite rock, or just stand, with my shoulders slumped, head down, and wait.