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Book: No Longer Alone - Based on a True Story by Melinda Viergever Inman
Manhood arrived prematurely. At the tender age of fifteen, Prentis lost both his father and his confidence that God loved him. He grew up fast after that day, abandoning his education to take on the responsibility and hardship of supporting his mother and siblings. Now, in Prentis's twenties, Avery reenters his life. A Sunday School teacher with a passion for learning and theology, she is [...]
 
Book: Reflections From The Creek by the Prairie Quills Writers Group
Swift Current City owes its existence to the little creek that meanders through the grasslands of southwestern Saskatchewan. Its shimmering surface has mirrored the progress of the last hundred years, flowing through periods of immigration, settlement, prosperity, depression, and war. The creek reflected thirsty antelope, guzzling steam locomotives, drifting mallards and measured the lengthening [...]
 
Book: Mental Munching by Prairie Quills Writers Group
Food is the romance of life. Hey, who doesn't love food? Cook up your favorite dish and garnish it with original short stories and poetry. Mental Munching is the Prairie Quills Writers' Group's 4th Anthology. Within the pages of this book you are sure to find something yummy. The PQs are a group of serious writers who started about 11 years ago. We meet every third Tuesday to encourage, inspire [...]
 
Book: Southwest of Love and Murder (The Love and Murder Series Book 2) by Brenda Whiteside
Mystery writer Phoebe Anderson owes her success to killing her first husband on paper seventeen years earlier. Now someone has actually done it. When she decides to take a few days away on the ranch of her best friend's brother-in-law, she doesn't expect romance to find her...or murder to follow her. Mason Meadowlark is happy with his wild cowboy ways, avoiding love since the death of his baby [...]
 
Book: Love on the Prairie (McKinnie Mail Order Brides Book 1) by Ciara Knight
Abigail McKinnie refuses to allow her sisters to be dispersed across the nation as mail-order brides. Even though the Union soldiers took everything from them during their march through Atlanta-their lands scorched, house burned, food stolen-she won't give up. With a plan in place, she sets out for Kansas to her second cousin under the guise of marriage. But instead, she plans to convince him [...]
 
Book: Star Light, Star Bright by Sydell Voeller
When Chyenna Dupres and her young daughter move from Portland, Oregon, to the small town of Prairie Valley, Chyenna leases a historic inn there. She plans to turn the inn into an upscale eatery, despite strong resistance from some of the locals. Her most vocal objector is cattle rancher Blair Westerman, who has relocated from L.A. to protect his own daughter from the "evils" of city life. [...]
 
Book: The Apprenticeship of Nigel Blackthorn by Frank Kelso
Nigel must choose between entering an orphanage or entering an apprenticeship on a mule train. To Nigel's horror, Comanches slaughter Reverend John Blackthorn and his family before his father preaches one word. Nigel survives by following his mother's instructions to hide in a hollow tree. Nigel prays for God to send help. Instead, Pascal LeBrun, a roaming muleteer, rides to the smoke of the [...]
 
Book: Home Fires (Love Letters) by Jana Richards
Anne Wakefield travels halfway around the world for love. But when she arrives in Canada from England at the end of World War II, she discovers the handsome Canadian pilot she'd fallen in love with has married someone else. Heartbroken, she prepares to return to London, though she has nothing left there to return to. Her former fiance's mother makes a suggestion: marriage to her other son. Badly [...]
 
Book: Murder Manhattan Style by Warren Bull
In this short story collection, Warren Bull takes his readers across the American landscape with stories of justice and injustice, truth and speculation, and humor and noir. The Manhattan in the title sometimes refers to the suave part of New York and sometimes to its prairie twin in Kansas. The stories are equally diverse. Bull writes tales of children outwitting their elders in the name of [...]
 
Book: Indian Lands by Fred Albert Ludwig
Tipper had been told the Western Territories already had someone living there, and that they were not interested in any of the whites encroaching onto their lands. She had been told that some called it the Great Sioux Nation, and it was peopled with savages. She had been told of wild hostiles, the Indians who rape white women; those who killed the settlers, leaving their bodies laying out on the [...]
 
Book: Animals Don't Blush by David R. Gross
The confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers is a region of the USA steeped in the history of the northern upper plains nomadic tribes, fur traders and the mountain men. I joined a veterinary practice there in 1960, directly out of veterinary school. Our clients included townspeople, river valley farmers, high prairie dry land wheat farmers and ranchers, and North Dakota Badlands [...]
 
Book: Texas Wide Open by KC Klein
"A tortured hero, a love that defies distance and time...this is a book you won't soon forget." -Cat Johnson Katie Harris loved growing up on a ranch. She had her horse, the beautiful Texas prairie, and Cole Logan, the cowboy next door. But there are a lot of secrets hidden under a Texas sky... Katie always knew she'd marry Cole one day--until he broke her dreams and her heart. But now that [...]
 
Book: Ballad Beauty by Lauren Linwood
After ten years apart, Boston schoolmarm Jenny McShanahan receives a letter from her beloved father that instructs her to join him in Texas. She has no idea that he's become Famous Sam McShan, the Robin Hood of the West. She arrives to find Sam already gone, but he left instructions for Jenny to hire a guide and rendezvous with him in Nevada. Texas Ranger Noah Daniel Webster knows Sam personally [...]
 
Book: Blame it on Texas (Lone Star Cowboys) by Tori Scott
Book One in the Lone Star Cowboys series - Logan Tanner shook the red dust of West Texas off his boots at the age of eighteen and hasn't looked back. When his father has a stroke, Logan is temporarily forced to return home and take over the family ranch. He still feels responsible for his mother's death when he was twelve, and has never gotten over the guilt. Now he's faced with having to protect [...]
 
Book: My Dear Wife and Children - Civil War Letters from a 2nd Minnesota Volunteer by Nick K. Adams
What does a father write to his wife and young children when he's gone to war? Does he explain why he left them? How does he answer their constant questions about his return? Which of his experiences does he relate, and which does he pass over? Should he describe his feelings of separation and loneliness? These questions are as relevant today as they were over 150 years ago, when David Brainard [...]
 
Book: Summers' Love, A Cute and Funny Cinderella Love Story by Stu Summers
"Summers' Love will make you laugh, but keep a tissue close by." ~ Eva Marie Everson, Best-selling & Award-winning Author "Fun and clever, with a new twist every few pages that I didn't see coming." ~ Christy award-winning author, Ann Tatlock Best-selling romance writer Stu Summers expects fawning praise and flirtatious smiles from his female fans. But when his editor at Little Brown Pelican [...]
 
Book: The Serapis Fraktur by Mark Grove
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Time travel is big business in the 25th century. Artifacts from the past are salvaged and people are extracted. Interestingly, the entrepreneurial development of the recovery process leads to a massive archaeological expansion on a scale that dwarfs The Smithsonian and provides for colonial expansion across the galaxy. Australia is the new Ellis Island. EXTENDED DESCRIPTION: [...]
 
Book: The Recluse Storyteller by Mark W. Sasse
The twins, beckoned by an ominous streak of light across the sky, climb Harper's Hill to encounter an apparition of their missing father. The reverend stands on a muddy ridge, the barrel of a rifle in his neck, looking down on a Vietnamese village, scarred by war and regret. The brash terrorist, Red Hat, desperately tries to walk away from life unscathed and unattached. The stories haunt Margaret [...]
 
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