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Book: Squeaky - A Diary Of A Lost Cat by Annie Allways
Squeaky is a magnificent cat with attitude and style. He is a cross between Top Cat and Garfield and like TC he is very street wise, whilst although his Garfield side has a problem with 'Keepers' (humans) he dearly loves his own Keeper who is called Sarah. He is also very loyal to his close knit group of friends who's differences will surprise, delight and amuse you. They, in turn are 100% loyal [...]
 
Book: Just One More Day by Geoffrey Bain
If you, or someone you know, have ever had to put a dog to sleep, then you will know the pain and guilt surrounding this most difficult decision of dog euthanasia. Are we playing God, or are we fulfilling a beautiful and compassionate act of Love? As a dog lover, this is one of the toughest decisions you may face. Regardless of the "when" or "how", it is a heartbreaking decision. Geoffrey Bain [...]
 
Book: Rebecca's First Pet by Alicia Ellison Grant
Alicia Ellison Grant, the author of "Cierra's Television," has written and published her second children's eBook. "Rebecca's First Pet" is about a little girl who goes to the pet store with her family to pick out her very first pet. This eBook and audio book is not only fun but it is educational as well. Parents and teachers your child or students will not only enjoy reading/listening to this [...]
 
Book: Angel in Disguise - Children's Edition by Violeta Barrett
In this shortened adaptation of the same title, share with your child the story of how Violeta Barrett doesn't like cats. She has always told herself, "I am not a cat person." But one day not long after becoming a widow, she is taken by surprise by the scratching at her screen door. There, with a cute face and nicked-up ears, is a little guy who will become known simply as Cat. At first his [...]
 
Book: Dog-Ma - the Zen of Slobber by Barbara Boswell Brunner
"Barbara's vivid and dramatic stories, told with a wicked sense of humor, will make you laugh out loud. She definitely gets what living with rescued dogs (nine of them!) is all about. This book will inspire you with the couple's unstinting love, devotion, and respect for dogs as family members. You'll be glad to include it in your treasured collection of great dog books." --Allen and Linda [...]
 
Book: Rescued By Love by CJ Darling
Have they gone crazy...or are they just crazy in love? Sparks fly when pretty Devon Gallagher opens a new pet store entirely too close to Lucas O'Shaunnessey's successful Pet Paradise chain. But their shared love of animals forms a bond too strong to be broken as they fight to stop animal hoarding, search Devon's ancestral home for mysterious hidden rooms, race to discover who's vandalizing [...]
 
Book: Angel in Disguise by Violeta Barrett
Violeta Barrett doesn't like cats. She has always told herself, "I am not a cat person." But one day not long after becoming a widow, she is taken by surprise by the scratching at her screen door. There, with a cute face and nicked-up ears, is a little guy who will become known simply as Cat. At first his clawing of the screen door annoys her. But soon, sitting on the porch together, she finds [...]
 
Book: The Body in Mrs. Carstairs' Shed (A Clarissa and Paw Mini Mystery Book 3) by Sandra Baublitz
Clarissa and Paw are curled up by a cozy fire as Christmas nears. In this season of love and giving, their ideal holiday is shattered when Clarissa discovers a dead man in her elderly neighbor's shed. Who is he? Why was he killed? And who would dump a body at a senior citizen's house? When Clarissa's uncle, the local police chief, arrests the woman's grandson, she begs Clarissa to clear his name. [...]
 
Book: Loyalty Programs & Sales Forecast by Giancarlo Russo
In today's marketplace, companies - aiming at long term competitive advantage - have to abandon short-term goals, focused on transactions and characterized by impersonal relationships, to shift towards a two-way exchange model, ensuring a long-term relationship with the customer. The loyalty program is the marketing operational tool that allows supporting and enhancing the relationship with the [...]
 
Book: How To Train Your Cat To Promote Your Book - Have Fun With Your Feline, Go Viral In The Social Media, And Sell More Books (Writer's Craft Book 12) by ...
"How do you get your cat to pose for pictures like this?" is the question I get asked most often. People can't believe their eyes when they see my social media photos of the cute kitty 'reading' books. When I say that I trained him, the reaction is inevitably "What?!" and "You can't train a cat!" Oh yes, you can train a cat. When I say, "Sulu, shake hands" he places his right paw in my right [...]
 
Book: Finding Penelope by James Lawless
33 year old romance novelist Penelope Eames moves to Spain to avoid her oppressive father and drug-addicted brother, Dermot. When she meets Ramon, a young Spanish school teacher, she is immediately attracted to him and feels the happiness that eluded her all her life may at last be hers. However, she receives a distress call from Dermot saying he is at the mercy of Charlie Eliot, a pimp and drug [...]
 
Book: Can't Take You Home Again, Kathleen by Brendan Gerad O'Brien
From the collection Dreamin' Dreams; A short love story in 14,000 words. You promise to love and cherish her forever. Then you believe you've lost her and you find someone else. One day it all comes back to haunt you and the question is - were your promises just a pack of lies? Were your actions a cowardly betrayal?
 
Book: The Grand Adventure of Cate R. Pillar by Hazel S. Muller
The Grand Adventure of Cate R. Pillar is the personified life of a caterpillar as she plays with her friends, plans an adventure that she expects her friends to participate in, but when they don't, she decides to go alone. Many things happen to her on this journey including turning into Madame B. Utterfly. She reunites with her friends in her different form. With her new freedom of flight she is [...]
 
Book: Bad Analysis by Colin Knight
When good intelligence becomes bad analysis, people die. This is Wilson's nightmare. As communication intercepts, dead terrorists, and institutional blindness lead the Wests 'five eyes' intelligence community to conclude an Islamic attack against mainland Europe is imminent, Wilson, a crotchety, 'old-school' intelligence analyst, has doubts. When a cryptic voice message, left by a murdered [...]
 
Book: Coming Flu by J.L. Greger
When a mysterious flu breaks out in La Bendita, an upscale gated community near the Rio Grande, the lives of its residents change radically --and instantly. The few who are fortunate enough to avoid the killer flu become virtual prisoners in their homes when a quarantine is imposed. One resident, Sara Almquist, a medical epidemiologist, is compelled by habit and training to examine the elements [...]
 
Book: A Rat and a Ransom by Y I Lee
Tom ran as fast as he could along the forest path, his leaden legs refusing to go any faster. He was sure the kidnappers were after him, but he dare not stop and look back. Frantic with worry he put his hand inside his jacket pocket and felt for her, but the pocket was empty. In despair he shouted her name. It was always the same dream and each time he awoke at the same point, gasping for breath [...]
 
Book: Save Him - Can he prevent the death of Jesus? by William M Hayes
A temporal-shifting discovery. A history-altering choice. Can he prevent the death of Jesus? Resourceful military scientist Rydel Scott is proud of the hi-tech gear he invents for battlefield heroes. But when a secret mission goes wrong and accidentally reveals the technology behind time travel, he senses a greater purpose in righting past wrongs. And after receiving a holy message, the man of [...]
 
Book: Silver Thread Spinner by Lara Biyuts
The life of Jocelyn and his foster-father Anthony goes on,and the story of Anthony's next adult lover is continued too. The new detective subplot which will be developed and finished in the next sequel. A winter tale and poems written by my main adult character. A story of an Egyptologist which is a part of the main plot and completing this volume.
 
Book: Kingfisher Blue by Leela Dutt
This is a collection of eight short stories about imaginary Quakers and others, aged from 22 to 90, dealing with divorce, death, drains and stuff like that. There've been some fabulous responses to these stories, none better than from a man in an English prison who wrote recently that if it were possible he would have hugged the last story in the book, "I Shall Spend My Pension On Brandy". [...]
 
Book: Dare to Flee - The Last of the Bushmen by Phil Graham
Dare to Flee: The Last of the Bushmen is the story of Xai, a San (Bushmen) tracker, who is drafted into the South African Defence Force to help rescue sixty school children who have been forcibly abducted by a group of armed terrorists. In the ensuing chase, Xai's closest friend is killed by the ruthless leader of the insurgents. Xai is distraught and vows to track down the killer and extract [...]
 
Book: Blacktop Styx by Blackie Noir
BLACKTOP STYX is a crime / thriller, hard and tightly woven as chain-mail. Blending the dark tones of early James Elroy, and Boston Teran; the open road atmosphere of James Crumley, and the hard edged dialogue of Elmore Leonard, BLACKTOP STYX provides a rewarding adventure for fans of the neo-noir crime genre. Over twenty years ago James 'Jimmy Gee' Giardello watched a bloody and battered 'Slash' [...]
 
Book: The Horse That Haunts Dreams by Anna M. Larson
The tale of a young lady and her beloved horse following twenty-three years of the horse's life and eventual death. If you have a horse, then you know how other horse people are. They are always asking questions like: "How did you get your horse?", or "Why is your horse named that?", or "What was your first horse like?" That is what this book is about. What my first horse was like, how I got my [...]
 
Book: The Memory of Loss by Dana K. Haffar
What if self-deceit makes us happy? Reeling from a devastating loss she believesshe has caused, nineteen-year-old Nadine Hall has lived an illusion rather thanface an unbearable reality. When she's given the chance to make a freshstart, she lands a job as a carer for an elderly archaeologist in Mougins, nearCannes, the perfect location for the movie buff that she is. She settleshappily with her [...]
 
Book: Nimrod's Peril by LD Sledge
Nymphae, the debauched Queen of the Island Kingdom of Eros, has kept her irresistible beauty over hundreds of years by drawing life from men. She thinks the essence of the young Wanderer Nimrod Woodbine's spiritual purity will give her the immortality she craves. He must go to her of his free will. She kidnaps Musette, Nimrod's beautiful human-size mouse traveling companion, knowing Nimrod will [...]
 
Book: Silvermist and the Desert Fox by Andrea Dee Carey
This is a book about a morphing fox. All of my books feature as a lead character a fox who has the ability to become human, through good deeds. Silvermist and the Desert Fox is about an outcast oversized Pixie with hair the color of silver is who determined to free her people from a poison that enslaves all it touches. Without consideration for her self, she confronts the evil to free those she [...]
 
Book: The Octagon Key by Brian K. Kerley
A man woke up with amnesia to find that he had bested five swordsmen and that he carried a strange object. Saved from his grave injury by a healer of unique ability and remarkable beauty, they learn that others of power and station are willing to kill for the object he carries. On the road to rescue his ransomed family, whom he does not remember, Imar's attraction to Dalla grows and he learns [...]
 
Book: The Feline Comedy by Maria Ivana Trevisani Bach
This is basically an educational novel (bildungsroman): a fantasy novel - with highly innovative content and characters - in which magic, fantasy and mystery are intertwined. The story is about the friendship between young Martina and Leonardo, the magic cat Mozot, and their journey into a magical world that metaphorically describes the two youngsters' psychological progress from sorrow to [...]
 
Book: Not Our Brother's Keeper - The True Adventures of an Extraordinary Man by Melker Stec
From the day Melker Stec had his head smashed against his brother's by an abusive father, he suffered from visual and auditory hallucinations. But somehow, he managed to achieve a successful career as a Georgia state employee, including as a correctional counselor and governmental analyst. Along the way, he witnessed rampant corruption. In this memoir, Stec reveals how he overcame so many [...]
 
Book: Loyalty (To Be Sinclair) by Eva Caye
How dangerous is it to be Imperial? Princess Anne Sinclair is unsure if she is in love, while her brothers Prince Christian and Prince Brian have a hard time finding ladies they can trust, and their strenuous duties keep them from really exploring their love lives. When Anne, a stargate scientist, is caught in a space battle, she does the right thing, but at what cost? Meanwhile, Christian fights [...]
 
Book: Champ - My Story of Survival by Fiona Ingram
This moving animal rescue book is a must for all animal lovers. When award-winning children's author Fiona Ingram (South Africa) read about an abused and abandoned dog called Champ that was left for dead, she was appalled and moved. Appalled that such neglect and abuse could even happen in the first place, and moved by a little dog's immense courage, fortitude, and most importantly his will to [...]
 
Book: Betrayal of Faith (Tales from the Grey Dragon Book 2) by Ole Jørgen Rodar
What is faith, and why do we have it? What will happen to mankind if we remove the faith we all have? And most of all, do we need gods? Why do all religions want to prove their belief to be the only right one? Why do people do what they do in the name of religion. Thor's quest is not over, he is thrown into another mystery, one that will cost him dearly. His life is turned upside down, and he [...]
 
Book: Lightning on a Quiet Night by Donn Taylor
Taylor's powerful historical romance is filled with passion and heart, spiced with mystery and a keen understanding of the human condition. ~ Publishers Weekly In the years following World War II, a town too proud of its virtues has to deal with its first murder. Despite the implication of the crime, the town of Beneficent, Mississippi, population 479, tries to hold onto its vain image. The young [...]
 
Book: Blessed Are the Wholly Broken by Melinda Clayton
In her latest novel, Blessed Are the Wholly Broken, the award-winning author of Appalachian Justice weaves a harrowing tale of a family in the midst of self-destruction. After the heartbreak of losing their newborn son to a previously undiagnosed genetic condition, Phillip and Anna Lewinsky managed to patch their lives back together and move forward, filling the emptiness with friends, work, and [...]
 
Book: Daisy the Protector Dog by Heather L. Nelson
Daisy is a dog who loves to protect. She especially loves protecting her human friend Buddy, who lives on the farm with her. Then one day, she hears a yelp! coming from the woods. Who needs protection this time? Find out in Daisy the Protector Doga story that teaches children important themes of protection, safety, and most of all, friendship.
 
Book: Operation Break Iron (Fellstone Tales Book 1) by Liam Kincaid
A brutal kidnapping draws a group of children into the heart of the Emperor's stronghold, the impenetrable Iron Fortress. Life in the Fellstone Labor Compound was hard enough, between mandatory work assignments, near-starvation, and being bullied by Blueband thugs. But then, Cheff's Uncle Karf is arrested on suspicion of crimes against the Imperium and taken to the Iron Fortress. No one will help [...]
 


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