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Book: The Little Yarnmouth Abduction by Tim Van Minton
Falsely accused of murder, twelve-year-old Evan Peregrine battles through a raging storm to get home to the island of Little Yarnmouth, only to find it deserted. Searching for explanations he is soon plunged into the savage world of the Conkwoyoto, an Arctic tribe that turned to piracy after the polar ice cap broke apart. But there is something strangely familiar about these fearsome men and [...]
 
Book: Ransom in the Rock (Gateway to Gannah Book 3) by Yvonne Anderson
How much is a life worth? And who will pay the price? Fifteen-year-old Lileela returns from the planet Karkar, frothing with bitterness over what she perceives as abandonment by her parents. Why do they want her back now? And why does Karkar demand such a huge payment for delivering her? Neither she nor her family suspects that Karkar's true motive is revenge. The tiny New Gannahan settlement has [...]
 
Book: Partly Cloudy with Scattered Worries - Finding Peace in All Kinds of Weather by Kathy Collard Miller
Golden Scroll Award, Book for the Year CAN Book of the Year Regardless of the storms of trials, temptations, worry, uncertainty, or regrets that you're facing, you can find peace in all kinds of weather. These short devotions will increase your faith and trust in God, allowing you to experience the peace you desire. Its conversational style, personal testimonies, practical illustrations, and [...]
 
Book: Heavy Weather: A Carolina Coast Novel (Carolina Coast Stories Book 2) by Normandie Fischer
A single cop. A childless woman. An almost-dead mama and her two little ones. All bent on stopping a murderer. Annie Mac's estranged husband vows that nothing will keep him from getting his baby girl. Not Annie Mac and certainly not that boy of hers. But then comes the town of Beaufort, with Lieutenant Clay Dougherty in the lead, ready to do what it takes. Whatever that is. As a Kirkus reviewer [...]
 
Book: Hurricane Crimes by Chrys Fey
**Hurricane Crimes is an AWARD-WINNING romantic-suspense story of 43 pages** After her car breaks down, Beth Kennedy is forced to stay in Florida, the target of Hurricane Sabrina. She stocks up supplies, boards up windows, and hunkers down to wait out the storm, but her plan unravels when she witnesses a car accident. Risking her life, she braves the winds to save the driver. Just when she [...]
 
Book: Captain Cloud and the Dark Invader by David Tish
Do Lightning, Thunder and Dark Clouds Scare Your Young Child? Captain Cloud and the Dark Invader can help kids weather the storm The unknown can be very scary, particularly if you're a young child. Captain Cloud and the Dark Invader by author David Tish might be the solution to that problem. By telling an exciting story while at the same time teaching children what lightning and thunder are, the [...]
 
Book: Leaving Shadows by Eric J. Gates
The Head of British Intelligence is kidnapped. A ransom demanded. A private security company is tasked with his recovery. But nothing is as it seems... Opposing forces clash with deadly consequences as they race to control the most devastating weapon of mass destruction devised by Man! Deceit and betrayal against a backdrop of real events in this nail-biting suspense thriller from Eric J. Gates. [...]
 
Book: A Deadly July a novel (Mono County Series) by C. Kay Brooks
"Wild by Nature!" is the county's motto, but even locals are mystified by July's growing body count. Is it coincidence or something more sinister at work? With thousands of visitors arriving for patriotic celebrations, bears sniff out easy plunder creating havoc, but with the county's death rate accelerating -- bears may be the least of the sheriff's problems. Known to be a problem solver, the [...]
 
Book: The Grumbly, Rumbly Thunder by Sue Baer
Grumble, rumble, boom! Thunder is loud to make you want to get inside in a hurry! Boulder, Colorado, author Sue Baer collaborated with illustrator John Squadra to create an entertaining tale, explaining in simple terms the basic science of thunder and lightning, and why thunder need not be scary. This full-color, hard bound 32-page picture book is fun reading for the reader and the audience. [...]
 
Book: Riding the Shortwaves - Exploring the Magic of Amateur Radio by Don Keith
The hobby of amateur (or ham) radio is now 100 years old, but like technology in general, this pastime has evolved tremendously, not only keeping pace with the times but often leading the way as it has since its beginning. In this book, a unique blend of lighthearted, amusing and moving anecdotes, practical advice, and informed opinion, best-selling author and active amateur radio operator Don [...]
 
Book: Texas Forged by Ciara Gold
Blacksmith, Galin Walker has an uncanny knack for predicting the weather, but he can't predict the storm about to invade his heart. Telegrapher, Aubrey Caine's search for her absent husband leads her straight into the arms of a man with a shady past and secrets that haunt him. Together they forge a bond that will endure the forces of nature and a con man's cruel swindle. Texas Forged is a [...]
 
Book: Warm Words For Cold Weather - The Make A Toast Winter Holiday Guide by Katrin Kern & Chris Korbel
How to make a winter holiday toast? Offering a moving and memorable winter holiday toast is one of the merriest of traditions. Unfortunately, this Bon Vivant secret for witty and warm speech making has been kept hidden from aspiring toast-givers. Inside you will discover how easy it is to compose your words and speak confidently while delivering a moving holiday toast. The authors, Katrin Kern & [...]
 
Book: The Rueban Trek by Daisy Maze
This was one of the first books I was serious about writing and have always enjoyed it. My son-in-law, Robert gave me the idea for the title. I made a lot of mistakes in editing it in the beginning, but I learned a lot by writing it. I discovered how much I really loved writing. This book can be read by young audiences as well as adults. Since I couldn't afford to pay for a cover it was picked by [...]
 
Book: Ickerbod Truespell the Thirteenth Secret Magician by Tomas Stone
For over three thousand years, unknown to humans, magicians from another world have been contolling the worlds weather. Ickerbod Truespell the thirteenth secret magician had been waiting several years for the Academy of Magic and Sorcery in Farmadore to send him an apprentice that he could train in the ancient arts, so that one day he would be able to take over from him as weather controller. [...]
 
Book: Predictions (Airwaves) by Kim Carmichael
Trying to change her outlook, meteorologist, Charlotte Bernard, came to California for a change of seasons. When she took the job as Weather Forecaster for KCLA she didn't realize their ratings were falling like raindrops and weather doesn't truly exist in the Sunshine State. Cameraman, Jake Wells, is on a mission to save the station where he used to run around as kid on the studio lot, and the [...]
 
Book: Love in the Air by Adam Mann
Two passengers find some common ground on a flight to Taipei. Charlie meets Sue-ling on trans-Pacific flight to Taipei after delays due to bad weather, and then further delays mean a long stop-over in the transit area at the airport. Charlie decides to stay at the Airport Hotel where he can get a shower and rest a bit, and is helped by Sue-ling who joins him as she too is delayed by the weather. [...]
 
Book: Serpenteens-Nature's Forces by Pol McShane
Kody Novak was an ordinary teenager. That was until the dreams started and he found out who he truly was. He discovered he could transform himself into a king cobra and could control the rain now he has real problems. The mythological world of snake gods and goddesses is proving to be very true. After discovering his real father is the snake god Shesha, he is suddenly thrust into a quest to [...]
 
Book: Hedging Demystified: How to Balance Risk and Protect Profit by Tim Bishop
Do changes in commodity prices interest rates foreign currency exchange rates or weather jeopardize your bottom line? Finally, it's here: a practical, straightforward book on how to manage those uncertainties. It contains clear illustrations of how futures, options, and swaps work to curb risk. Written for a businessperson by a businessperson, this handbook explains: The mechanics of hedging How [...]
 
Book: Whispers of the Past by Owen Clough
Sam is employed by the Department of Conservation (DoC). His two mates are helping out. Their task is to clear out as many feral pigs as they can in the Tongariro National Park, which is located in the North Island of New Zealand. There are three major volcanoes within this park, so the culling of the pigs has to be done with great care as there are an abundant amount of thermal pools, mud pools [...]
 
Book: A Climate of Doubt - A Novel of Climate Change by Russell F. Moran
A Climate of Doubt - A Novel of Climate Change and Terrorism - Forget what you ever heard about climate change. Forget your preconceived notions about reality itself. Instantly, you are in a new world, a horrifying world, a world you don't understand. On a hot summer day, Homeland Security Secretary, Rick Bellamy, and his wife Ellen, a famous TV talk show host, walked along the ocean front trying [...]
 
Book: Six Scary Tales Vol. 5 by Rayne Hall
Six more creepy, atmospheric, disturbing stories by Rayne Hall. Here's an excerpt, the beginning of the ghost story "Terre Vert and Payne's Grey" TERRE VERT AND PAYNE'S GREY My bride's sleep-tangled tresses spill over her shoulders and chemise, titian red with hues of burnt sienna and yellow gold. She smiles at my adoring gaze and beckons. "Will you help me dress?" I rise to lace the back of her [...]
 
Book: Giselle and the Fate of Wahine by Marty Walpole
It was a day before Easter, April 1968, when journalist Emma Cassidy boarded the inter-island ferry, Wahine, sailing from Christchurch's port of Lyttelton to Wellington. On the bridge Captain Angus Robertson, after reading a satisfactory weather report on Cyclone Giselle, orders Wahine's departure. The ship, with over 300 passengers and crew, makes her way up the eastern coastline of New Zealand [...]
 
Book: Divorce, Interrupted (The Lake Willowbee Series) by Jill James
Book 1 - The Lake Willowbee Series - Newly-divorced Todd and Lisa Miller are stranded at their mountain cabin. There to divide a lifetime of memories, they soon are in danger from more than the anger between them. A vicious storm forces them to rely on each other to survive. Can they trust the one person they lost belief in? Or are their hearts in danger from more than floods and frigid weather? [...]
 
Book: DYING FOR A VACATION: A Traditional Mystery by Donna Huston Murray
Who could refuse a two-week stay in a chateau perched on the edge of the Mediterranean? Certainly not Richard, who was fed up to his easel with the damp London weather. Babysitting a treasure-filled museum while his old Sorbonne roommate honeymooned in Spain was the least he could do. The vandals who'd been plaguing the chateau wouldn't dare return, the repairmen Tom hired would be completely [...]
 
Book: The Cat Connection by Lawrence Matthews
A memoir with surprising twists and turns, this book is the true story of a man with multiple careers and discoveries. Weaving his tale among experiences with a lifetime of cats, he takes us places such as the pilot's seat of his airplane as he fights to get home in terrible weather, and deep in a cave under a Virginia mountain where he discovers a section never explored by man and uncovers a [...]
 
Book: Gauntlet by Terry Lloyd Vinson
Fifty one contestants, each over forty years of age and having earned the distinction of representing their state of birth, vie for the ultimate prize in a futuristic foot race that will stretch the limits of sanity and endurance. Tasked to compete within a billion-dollar, state of the art dome located at the center of a vast, desolate desert range, the racers soon discover the challenge of [...]
 
Book: Keeping a Backyard Horse by Markie Madden
Hay is for horses! Everyone knows that, but do you know how much hay they need? Or how much water? Did you know your horse can talk to you with his ears? Or that he can sleep standing up? Follow along with Athena the horse as she explains the basics of keeping a horse in your backyard. She'll teach you the basic necessities of caring for your equine friend, from what kind of fencing you can use, [...]
 
Book: Footsteps by Brendan Gerad O'Brien
A young American hitch-hiker wanders into a brutal and terrifying situation when visiting a beautiful seaside town in 1960s Ireland. Single young women are being targeted by a sinister Smiling Man and his companion. But the Gardai dismiss the attacks as isolated incidents caused by drink and drugs during the rare spell of glorious weather and a long holiday weekend. So who are the men in the dark [...]
 
Book: Flavours Of Our Life by M.C. Rayne
A chance encounter. An accidental theft. An unexpected change in weather. Alfie is shy and timid after a lifetime spent caring for his ailing mother. When she goes to stay with his aunt, he has the chance to start really living for the first time in years. He meets Eren, a man who believes the only place to find love is in the bedroom. These two men couldn't be more different, and yet they are [...]
 
Book: THREE ASIAN LOVE STORIES by Adam Mann
THREE ASIAN LOVE STORIES - A Box Set which includes the following novels: Love in the Air: Two passengers find some common ground on a flight to Taipei. Charlie meets Sue-ling on trans-Pacific flight to Taipei after flight delays due to bad weather, and then further delays mean a long stop-over in the transit area at the airport. Charlie decides to stay at the Airport Hotel where he can get a [...]
 


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