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Book: Hunting Practices of the Wachiperi - Demystifying Indigenous Environmental Behavior by Rodolfo Tello
What makes indigenous peoples conserve or degrade biodiversity? This book addresses this question in a comprehensive yet accessible manner. In a context where indigenous ways of life can be significantly influenced by policies and practices guided by preconceived notions based on flawed assumptions, this book fills a critical gap in current knowledge about the changing environmental behavior of [...]
 
Book: The Flame Before Us by Richard Abbott
"...Wide in scope and rich in detail and plot..." (Historical Novel Society> "......A surprising tenderness in the face of brutality, loss, and displacement..." (Breakfast with Pandora) Conflict and commitment in the shadow of a city's downfall The raiding ships have come before, but this time it is different. This time the attackers are coming to stay, and defensive walls will not hold them [...]
 
Book: The Asian Imperative by Dr. Kenneth Lewis Andrus
The fragile peace in the Spratly Islands is shattered when rogue elements of the Chinese Navy seize a Filipino fishing vessel. This seemingly insignificant event sweeps US President Randall Stuart and Navy SEAL Mike Rohrbaugh into the vortex of an escalating regional crisis driven by the quest for billions of barrels of crude oil hidden beneath the waters of the South China Sea. Stuart must [...]
 
Book: 2012 - Transition and Transformation by Paula Frighetti
Obviously, December 21, 2012 was not the end of the world many people were expecting because the Mayan's Long Count calendar ended on that day. I believe the message in the calendar and the ancient stories and beliefs that support that message are saying December 21, 2012 was a marker for a transition. The prophecies mentioned in this book touch on the ongoing evolutionary changes our collective [...]
 
Book: Barer of the Ghost Nation (Squad V) by John Steiner
Squad V series - Book 3 - Shattered by hard economic times St. Louis lays atop an older city whose people died out centuries ago, save for Wanniukaga who wanders its urban decay to this day. Locked in a struggle to preserve his people's traditions and adapt to accelerating change the healer must balance his many personalities. Two homeless teenagers befriend and help Wanniukaga through difficult [...]
 
Book: Two Loves Challenged by Sandy Graham
This third novel in the "Two Loves" series takes place eight years after the second. Cynthia graduates from medical school. Sylvia has become a public health nurse and Delbert provides her with air taxi service into remote coastal villages. Sound placid? It's not. There's a murder to deal with and life and death challenges to face. Ample opportunity for the two women to show their mettle. Like [...]
 
Book: White Spirit (A novel based on a true story) by James & Lance Morcan
Based on the remarkable true story of Irish convict John Graham, WHITE SPIRIT is an epic historical adventure set in 19th Century Australia. After escaping from the notorious Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, Graham finds refuge with the Kabi, a tribe of Aborigines who eventually accept him as one of their own. Attempts to recapture Graham are orchestrated by a variety of contrasting characters [...]
 
Book: Full Moon Over Faulconbridge - Murder, Madness and Magic in the Blue Mountains of Australia by Victor Spiegel
Murder tips the balance and awakens the indigenous creation spirit of the Blue Mountains demanding that The Rent must be paid at the next Full Moon Over Faulconbridge. A guilt-ridden martial arts monk, an ambitious reporter and a were-kangaroo must join forces to defeat a mad woman before the entire continent of Australia is swept clean.
 
Book: Don't You Savage Me - Explicit Lesbian Romance Featuring Aboriginal Women by Giselle Renarde
In "Don't You Savage Me," bestselling author of the Rainbow Award-winning novel The Red Satin Collection has bundled together six lesbian love stories featuring Indigenous characters. There's a little something for every taste, from the sticky-sweet romance between a cop and the girl next door in "Cuff Divers" to the intense heat of "Sugar Bush." Rusidan learns about her girlfriend's heritage in [...]
 
Book: All in the Name of Jesus - The Murder of Millions by Yerachmiel Ben Avraham
The misinterpreted scriptures in the Torah (Old Testament) and the New Testament, caused the followers of Jesus to become an imperialistic war machine. Its followers believed that they were directed by G-d. Their fifteenth-century leader, Pope Nicolas V, commanded all of the Christian nations of Europe to conquer the Indigenous Peoples all over the known world. They were to invade and subdue [...]
 
Book: TRIBAL by Robert Everhart
Bryant Williams lives for his family. But when a tragic sailing adventure strands them on an island of indigenous people exploited by a demented tyrant, living will be the least that is required. TRIBAL is an exciting, fast-paced thriller packed into the pages of a short novel. The length was somewhat dictated by the original source of the story. I wrote it as a screenplay first. Later, I decided [...]
 
Book: Prophet's Revelation by Christy Newman
Silvermist is ruled by two kings, and the peoples are divided the Dree and the Dark Kingdom. When the Dark King orders an attack on the Dree, a young soldier risks his life to warn them. Galen has to choose between what is right and his own flesh and blood while the world stands on the brink of another war. (A standalone novella)
 
Book: Florida Gambler's Guide by Andrew Keith
Gambling is probably a different thing to everyone who takes the time to form an opinion on the matter. Job, diversion, hobby, glamorous lifestyle, addiction, sin, vampyric drain on the economy and the body politic, half hearted restitution to the indigenous population of a wealthy country, mob business, diversion of royalty and the wealthy, social occasion, or legitimate business.
 
Book: Ethereal Voices by Shona Jabang
ETHEREAL VOICES offers a scintillating and thought-provoking selection of short stories and poems with an eclectic, trans-Atlantic, Caribbean flavor. Overall, this debut book is a fascinating account of what life was like for a child growing up in Jamaica and entering womanhood. The author's gift at writing transports the reader to the flavours, smells, cultures, social mores and climate of that [...]
 
Book: The Hostages of Veracruz by Graydon Miller
What is happening to the indigenous children in Veracruz? Nobody knows why they are disappearing, and nobody really cares. Then Peter Vandervoort, a foreigner living in Mexico, snaps a picture of the wrong person in the wrong place and stumbles into a nightmare. He alone will uncover the horrifying truth about what's happening to the children. When he meets a sex-starved French journalist trying [...]
 
Book: ROUTE 66 - THE LAST MILE by Mike Clarke
Thirty plus years later, Todd Stiles and Buzz Murdoch are compelled, for reasons they don't understand, to complete the journey they started on Route 66. They encounter a country that has changed beyond comprehension. It is America at it's absolute worst and it's very best. In retracing their journey they also discover the impact they had on many peoples lives, now and three decades ago. As they [...]
 
Book: OPERATION LIQUIDUS BORN TO BE KILLED by M C Raj
Shock after shock! Total shock runs through the pages of iOperation Liquidus', the latest novel from M C Raj. The dividing line between fiction and reality is almost invisible. The reader is made to oscillate constantly between the truth of fiction and the illusion of reality. When the reader comes out of the novel it will be a fully drenched world of intrigues. Shrugging off will be an onerous [...]
 
Book: Great Legacies, Refreshing Springs by Mercy Offor
ABOUT THE BOOK - This fascinating memoir/biography is a memoir of royalty, epic rule, war, survival and triumphs. The story follows the author from her vibrant childhood in Africa growing up as the daughter of an educator and a granddaughter to the royal family. The story brought to light the little known traditions and culture of this part of Africa and follows the author through her academic [...]
 
Book: Intelligent Universe by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
Ancient records suggest that universes, galaxies, stars, and planets are alive and sentient and capable of communicating with their Creator, as are the peoples who inhabit them. What does our universe look like? What does it have in common with human physiology? How are we connected to it? What natural infrastructures are designed into it? What did the inhabitants of Babel intend to accomplish [...]
 
Book: The Tao of Alligators and Crocodiles by J.M. Garlock
Reviled in the West & revered in the East since time immemorial alligators & crocodiles have historically invoked diametrically opposed reations. Ancient Egyptians & indigenous New World civilizations such as the Maya & Calusa called them living gods while today Chinese believe them to be givers of life & good health. Alligators & crocodiles are the physical embodiment of eternal yin & yang. [...]
 
Book: The Wolf of Britannia Part I by Jess S. Hughes
First Century AD Britain is a fragmented land of warring Celtic tribes, ripe for invasion by the juggernaut of imperial Rome. Knowing this, a young warrior, soon-to-be-legendary, Prince Caratacus, must unite the southern tribes if they are to survive. This is an enemy more cunning and powerful then either he or Britain has ever faced. Standing by him is his wife, Rhian, a warrior princess who [...]
 
Book: Uncommon Truths Leading To Success - Maximizing These Benefits of Christianity in Your Life by Jimi Akanbi
Prayer, faith, Holy Spirit, praise: all these are potent weapons that help Christians succeed in their lives. Readers who lack insight on any or all of these weapons, they can rest assured! This book gives you understanding and effective application of these weapons. Jimi Akanbi has helped tons of people to experience success in a new dimension. In his book, he shows readers how to live an [...]
 
Book: A Suite Deal (Suite Love Series, Book One) by Sue Gibson
Opposite-attract. Absolutely! But nobody ever said it'd be easy! Dumped by her fiance, marine biologist Lily Greensly retreats to Buttermilk Falls and the shores of Loon Lake to research indigenous fishes and help out at her family's rustic fishing lodge. But when she finds a new-age hotel spoiling the view from her cherished inheritance, the tiny and pristine Osprey Island, Lily decides that the [...]
 
Book: Serpent of the Shangrove by C. N. Lesley
Copper is now a fully grown Drakken, but despite his magical abilities, he is shunned and shamed by his pure-blood kin. Wandering despondent in the wilderness, Copper discovers a portal that reminds him of his lost creche mate, left behind when the Drakkens fled their ancestral home. Knowing the portal will only remain open for three short days, Copper cannot resist the challenge to bring the [...]
 
Book: The Leaves of Dusk by Mattius C. S. White
Tallic's epic journey continues... The Battle of Danat-Lanne is over, but the war has just begun. The SangreLin Empire has taken the city of Yorescialen, leaving many wounded, and many more dead. Though victorious, there is dissent at the Empire's helm. Clybanus, Niafask, and Milradyon deceive and betray one another in their insatiable thirst for power. Regardless, the SangreLin Empire marches [...]
 
Book: The Dreamers of Ourdh (New Edition) by Thelbert Dewain Belgard
In that innermost circle of friends to which one only admits a lover, Arenh had never had room for anyone but Mikah. Mikah's innermost circle was somewhat larger than Arenh's to put it politely but Arenh had never doubted his friend's loyalty and devotion. The two men were destined to become the rulers of their world. But ruling the world, they learn, is not so difficult as ruling oneself. The [...]
 
Book: Little Miss History Travels to the North Pole by Barbara Ann Mojica
Ever feel like you're standing on thin ice? Here at the northernmost point on Earth, no land lies below. Are there seasons? Who lives here? What does Santa look like and where does he live? This is the ninth book in the children's history series with Little Miss HISTORY arriving at the North Pole in a sled pulled by four huskies.What you will learn... Location of the North Pole What's under it [...]
 
Book: They're Off and Running - From Jockey to Starter by Cathleen Mills-Whitlatch
Horse racing . From 1929, starting out as a 14year old jockey, Bill Mills relates interesting stories from his life around horses, the race track and becoming the starter at the famous Santa Anita race track in Arcadia, California. Hear about the highs and the lows of traveling the country, going from city to city and working different horse race meetings. Each race track has its own personality [...]
 
Book: The First Rays of Sun by John Brooks
In the southwestern corner of the country once known as France, the future looks bleak for Earth's survivors. Without any borders or countries, there are only tribes trying to stay alive. Following numerous disasters, the remaining people have established themselves as hunters and gatherers. They are also warriors, ready to defend and kill when necessary. Garr, together with her brother, were [...]
 
Book: The Cagliostro Chronicles II - Conflagration by Ralph L. Angelo Jr.
In the depths of space danger STILL awaits all of mankind! From Ralph L. Angelo Jr. the winner of the 2014 New Pulp Award for best new author comes the next great chapter in the saga of the starcruiser 'Cagliostro'. Two Years ago the experimental Starship 'The Cagliostro' broke the light speed barrier and the intergalactic war with the Agalum began. Now after crash landing on a strange, unknown [...]
 


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