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Book: Rogue Flamingo (D I Treloar Book 1) by LA Kent
A lawyer's body is found on the beach in the small Cornish village of Porthaven, staked out with a tarred bag over its head, just as the peak summer season gets underway. When a second body is found bizarrely fixed to the floor of a nearby building not long afterwards, the laconic police surgeon remarks 'Well, psychopaths need holidays too'. Detective Inspector Treloar, a maverick to some bosses [...]
 
Book: A Kiss of France (The Quickstart Series) by R & M Engels
This book, A Kiss of France, is part of The Quickstart Series designed to enhance your travel planning inexpensively and efficiently. It is loaded with websites, packing tips, financial information and actual in-country experiences. While many of the more expensive and expansive travel books seem to be written by and for the younger generation, our eBooks are grounded in facts and data for all [...]
 
Book: Birds of the Pacific Northwest - How to Identify 25 of the Most Popular Backyard Birds by Sally Dinius
Newly revised! Now includes an At-a-Glance Index for easier bird identification. This edition also has separate photos of males and females, except for bird species in which the sexes are similar in appearance. We also pulled a switch-a-roo, trading out two bird species, the House Wren and the Violet-green Swallow, for the Black-headed Grosbeak and the Barn Swallow. (Never fear: The House Wren [...]
 
Book: Cafe Birds - Sparrowsong (The Cafe Birds Book 1) by Alicia Hope
Book one in the Cafe Birds series (for best enjoyment, it is suggested that the books in this series be read in sequence). Readers of the series have this to say: 'It made me laugh.' 'It made me cry.' 'It made me hungry.' 'It made me want to meet ALL my girlfriends in a pretty cafe and laugh, cry and eat.' 'It's LITERAL "chick" lit!' Sparrowsong introduces us to five women of different ages who [...]
 
Book: Cafe Birds - Hard to Budgie (The Cafe Birds Book 2) by Alicia Hope
Book two in the Cafe Birds series. For best enjoyment, the books in this series should be read in sequence. Five girlfriends calling themselves the Cafe Birds meet regularly to share the ups and downs of life, love, and bird ownership over skinny and not-so-skinny cappuccinos and cake. At this, their second gathering, there are surprises in store for the cafe birds. A not-so-mousey Caitlin makes [...]
 
Book: Alice Encore (The Birds of Paradise) by Samuel P Jones
Samuel P Jones is a 50-something single man living "the dream" in the South West of France. However his marriage has floundered, his language skills are insufficient to converse with French women on an intellectual basis, and so he has turned to internet dating in an effort to find a relationship. In this second episode Sam gets to explore Alice's life and body some more, unearthing some [...]
 
Book: Cafe Birds - The Magpie's Secret (The Cafe Birds Book 3) by Alicia Hope
Book three in the Cafe Birds series. For best enjoyment, the books in this series should be read in sequence. Five women friends calling themselves the Cafe Birds meet regularly to share the ups and downs of life, love, and bird ownership over skinny and not-so-skinny cappuccinos and cake. At their third gathering, the cafe birds are gobsmacked to hear of Nita's new friend, 'Dump Man', Grace [...]
 
Book: Alice (The Birds of Paradise) by Samuel P Jones
Samuel P Jones is a 50-something single man living "the dream" in the South West of France. However his marriage has floundered, his language skills are insufficient to converse with French women on an intellectual basis, and so he has turned to internet dating in an effort to find a relationship. Alice is his first encounter and this short story is a highly erotic account of their initial [...]
 
Book: The Birds - Six Bird Stories by Shelley J. Reeves by Shelley J. Reeves
Get all six bird stories by Shelley J. Reeves in one volume: "A Doctor of Divinity" A heart-warming tale of a black-capped chickadee who endures hardship after a December ice storm in New England - NOTE: The title is merely a metaphor, and even the most secular readers can - appreciate this story, especially those who adore birds. However, if the - spirit of Christmas offends you, then you may [...]
 
Book: Cafe Birds - A Pied Cockatiel (The Cafe Birds Book 4) by Alicia Hope
Book four in the Cafe Birds series. For best enjoyment, the books in this series should be read in sequence. Five women friends calling themselves the Cafe Birds meet regularly to share the ups and downs of life, love, and bird ownership over skinny and not-so-skinny cappuccinos and cake. It's now their fourth gathering. Caitlin makes a shocking revelation about her ex, Nita admits to insulting [...]
 
Book: Hummingbirds - All About Hummingbirds, A Kids Introduction to Hummers - Fun Facts & Pictures About the Worlds Smallest Birds! by Susan G Charles
#1 Best Selling Hummingbird Book on Kindle INSIDE: Nothing but hummingbird goodness! Hummingbirds: All About Hummingbirds, A Kids Introduction to Hummers - Fun Facts & Pictures About the Worlds Smallest Birds! is filled with information about hummingbirds including their favorite foods, feeding hummingbirds, unique flying capabilities, hummingbird babies, migrations, hummingbird habitats and [...]
 
Book: An Olive Oil Tour of France by Alice Alech
In France, producing olive oil is serious business. It's also usually a family business. In An Olive Oil Tour of France, writer Alice Alech takes curious olive oil novices and olive oil lovers behind the scenes of olive oil production, learning fascinating facts about the green nectar, meeting the people involved in blending both traditional and modern methods, as well as studying how the olive [...]
 
Book: A Kid's Guide to France by Jack L. Roberts
"A Kid's Guide to France" takes young readers on a fascinating trip to one of the oldest nation's on Earth and a leader in all aspects of culture - from fashion to food to literature. This easy-to-read book with its full-color photographs, informational charts and maps, and fun Did You Know facts is designed to bring France to life for young readers. A Kid's Guide to France is part of "A Kid's [...]
 
Book: Friday in France - A humorous memoir about leaving it all behind. by Judy Block
Friday in France, is a laugh-out-loud, 5-STAR, true, fish out of water story about a successful, New York TV Production Executive that leaves the rat-race and insanity of her life behind to go live on a calm and quiet, French Island in the Atlantic with her surfer-boyfriend. If you ever dream of leaving your life behind, this is the book for you. This charming account of turning one's life [...]
 
Book: French Illusions - My Story as an American Au Pair in the Loire Valley by Linda Kovic-Skow
Outstanding "Non-Fiction Travel" in the 2016 IAN Book of the Year Awards and a "Readers' Favorite" Award-Winning Memoir. "This is an engaging read, all the more because it is true." - Patricia Sands, award-winning author of The Promise of Provence. French Illusions: My Story as an American Au Pair in the Loire Valley, is the first of two memoirs based on the author's diaries from 1979 and 1980. [...]
 
Book: Chatelaine of Forez (Curse of the Lost Isle) by Vijaya Schartz
Afflicted by the ondine curse, Melusine seeks the soul of her lost beloved in the young Artaud of Forez, who reigns over the verdant hills south of Burgundy, on the road of pilgrims, troubadours and merchants. But this dark and brooding Pagan lord is not at all what she expected or even hoped. He knows nothing of their past love, her Fae nature, or her secret curse. Must Melusine seduce and [...]
 
Book: Die in Paris - The true story of France's most notorious serial killer by Marilyn Z. Tomlins
Marcel Petiot, France's most famous serial killer Marilyn Z. Tomlins has crafted an enthralling and suspenseful page-turner about one of history's most fascinating and notorious serial killers. This grisly World War Two era thriller will have you teetering on a slippery edge from beginning to end. Don Fulsom, veteran UPI and VOA White House correspondent, Washington, D.C. reporter, author of the [...]
 
Book: Preparing For My First Cockatiel by Laurel A. Rockefeller
Preparing for My First Cockatiel is a guide book for you and your children to help you know what it takes to get ready for bringing home your very first cockatiel. Unlike most books about cockatiels out there, this one doesn't try to cover everything, but stays focused on what you need to be ready for your new life with your bird. Full of personal stories and photos, you will get to know what [...]
 
Book: HOPE by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
I worked in a rest home for two years and during this time I wrote HOPE. HOPE is the story of a group of residents that feeling abandoned and cut off from the rest of the world ban together and form an action group - after their first meeting they request many changes from the home director that is more interested in the bottom line than in the welfare of the people - for their requests: they [...]
 
Book: Robby's Quest - Ocean Bound by D.C. Rush
Book Two. Robby's Quest: Ocean Bound, illustrated in full-page color and written by D.C. Rush. To escape the hot Arizona summer, Robby the Robin and his band of friends - his brother Ricky, the Sparrow family, a trio of Mourning Doves and Benny the ever dependable Blackbird - fly west to San Diego in search of a cool summer breeze and some seaside fun. Upon arriving in San Diego, Joy and her new [...]
 
Book: Bird Lessons by Noah Letner
A very creative tale inspired by personal experience and the love of birdsongs. Important life lessons are revealed by different birds as the author interprets their chirps. If you love birds and adventure come join the author on a journey of self-discovery, find your song and get your wings. A book for the bird lover in us all. This book can change your life.
 
Book: HOW TO LIVE LIKE A BIRD - Another Chapter In The Bird Lessons Series by Noah Letner
The "how-to" manual in the Bird Lessons Series. This instructional guide offers methods and techniques that will help anyone learn not only about birds and their amazing lives, but also create a closer bond with our winged friends. If you truly wish to establish a rare and special relationship with birds, this is the guide to accomplish your goal. You will learn how to sing and how to fly in your [...]
 
Book: The Nest That Could Fly by William Sawyers
This book was written for third graders. It's about a family of robins with babies, during a big storm some thing happens to the nest. I found out later children as young as three love it when it was read to them, and grand parents as old as 60 love this story as well. Beautiful color illustrations is what makes this book more entertaining. For those of you who want to know how long it took to [...]
 
Book: The Seven Parables of the Kingdom by Roger Penney
It is a matter of common wisdom that the parables were to explain or illustrate the teaching of the lord Jesus Christ. However that is not what He actually said. Most people did not understand Him. For instance when he fed the five thousand, the people followed Him because they thought they might get another free lunch. He pointed out the real teaching about the True Bread which came down from [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Jumberhoo (Sssooo Sunny & Monster in The Garden) by Penny Coutlee
The Adventures of Jumberhoo is about a bumblewasp who is taken from the big city and is brought to a country farm. There he meets lots of critters and his adventures begin. My father inspired me to write these books. One of his childhood memories was a tale that was told by his great aunt of "Jumberhoo". That is where I got the main character for my book. The primary readers are children ages 2 [...]
 
Book: Dear Earth - A Love Letter from Spring Hollow by Radine Trees Nehring
It was to be just a weekend retreat, the cabin Radine Trees Nehring and her husband, John, built with their own hands on the land they bought in the Arkansas Ozarks. All they wanted was a once-a-week refuge from the stress and trials of life in the big city one hundred miles away. But the air, the forest, and the wildlife in the place they named Spring Hollow had a haunting magic they could never [...]
 
Book: Arizona Wildlife Notebook by Garry Rogers
This notebook contains checklists for 11 groups of Arizona animal species: Amphibians, ants, birds, butterflies and moths, dragonflies and damselflies, fish, grasshoppers, lizards, mammals, snakes, and turtles. The introduction to each group covers the group's conservation issues and provides references for printed and online field guides. The checklist for each group includes scientific and [...]
 
Book: The Secret Lives of Chickens or Tales from the Chickenyard and Beyond by Sunny Franson
Like chickens? The Secret Lives of Chickens, or Tales from the Chickenyard and Beyond describes life with chickens, chicken behavior, and chicken community, a hidden life that isn't generally associated with chickens. There are tales about chickens and their pecking order in the chicken house, chicken yard, and out in the great beyond, which was the creek and fields nearby. The times and places [...]
 
Book: The Boy Who Kissed The Sky by David Haynes
George Roberts believes that when he was nearly four years old he flew; not in an airplane, helicopter or other man made device and not exactly like a bird but he flew nonetheless. Join him sixteen years later as he takes a road trip across Europe to find the only person who can help him do it again the only problem is, that person has been dead for three hundred years. Humour, love and kismet [...]
 
Book: Sanctuary by Glyn Smith-Wild
Naivety, sexual antics, evil domination, love, laughter, and disaster - it's all there. " There is enough action, romance and accurate geographical descriptions to please most readers I would think." At first glance, 'Sanctuary' may look like a straight forward romantic novel. It isn't. Nothing is quite as it seems. If you like mystery, suspense and intrigue, then this is a book for you. "A great [...]
 
Book: Eloping With Emmy by Liz Fielding
She's on the run to a wedding. He's determined to stop her making the mistake of her life. Tom Brodie's mission - he has no option but to accept it - is to prevent headstrong heiress Emmy Carlisle from marrying a fortune-hunter. He is not happy about it but when Emmy stows away in his car, his day goes from bad to worse. Emmy is not a woman to sit back and let things fall as they will. She has a [...]
 
Book: Song of Every Season by Linda Swift
A haiku is an unrhymed Japanese lyric poem having a fixed three-line form of - 5-7-5 syllables. Within the confines of this narrow scope, the poet seeks to imprint images on the reader's mind and heart. These word pictures are not meant for "doing" but for "being." They offer a closer look at nature's quiet beauty; forsythia buds opening, a bean field in summer, wild geese in flight, an [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Humming by Mike Spinak
Fans of David Attenborough will enjoy experiencing the wonders of nature through Mike Spinak's pictures and words. Imagine witnessing hummingbird chicks being raised on the nest from front row seats, with every step shown as it unfolds, accompanied by fundamental explanations of the "whys" behind what you're seeing. In Mike Spinak's Growing Up Humming, you'll see hummingbirds as you've never seen [...]
 
Book: Hell's Kitties - and Other Beastly Beasts (Hell's Tales Book 3)
Humorous, Dark, and Heart-breaking stories await you in this anthology. Tales of Cats, Dogs and Birds from the pens of brilliant writers like Rayne Hall, Mark Cassell, Amy Grech, Jonathan Broughton, Carole Ann Moleti, Steven Van Patten, Anya Davis, Phillip T. Stephens, Yurika S. Grant and April Grey
 
Book: The Mona Lisa Speaks by Christopher Angel
Brilliant & confident Robertson Ross, an outdoorsy Canadian computer expert hired to update the Louvre's security system, falls in love with Mathilde, a classic beauty & cultured Parisian art dealer. But, when he discovers that she's deeply in debt to Jacques Renard, a powerful & dangerous lord of the French criminal underground, he has to embark on the risky & thrilling theft of the Mona Lisa to [...]
 
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