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Book: Fueling Victory at Home - How the Mallet Ranch of Texas and Its Relationship With the Oil Industry Helped Reshape the American Southwest in the 1940s by ...
From the author who brought you books on Frank Isett and W. P. Soash comes Fueling Victory at Home.As we prepare to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Mallet Ranch of Texas, perhaps no other topic in the world today elicits more controversy on both sides than oil. Certainly, as we look at the situation in Iran and Saudi Arabia (as [...]
 
Book: World Heritage Japan by John Lander
Photographer and longtime Japan resident captures stunning images of Japan's many UNESCO World Heritage sites Stunning full-color photographs Preface by Pico Iyer Author and photographer John Lander takes the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage sites of Japan as a starting point for exploring the country's architecture, history, customs and festivals. Lander, who has lived in Japan for 35 years, [...]
 
Book: Denying His Wolfen Heritage [A Wolfen Heritage 2] (Siren Publishing Classic) by Missy Martine
[Siren Classic: Erotic Paranormal Romance, Shape-Shifters] Michael spent his adulthood taking care of his baby sister, pretty much putting his own desires on hold. Then Maddie fell in love and married, freeing Michael to have a life of his own. He doesn't think things can get any better. He's a single, successful architect with his own firm, living and playing in downtown Houston. What more could [...]
 
Book: SCOTTISH POETIC HERITAGE by David Wilson
Scotland has a very rich heritage in poetry. Many poets have been inspired to write by the grandeur of the scenery, while others have obtained their inspiration from urban scenes, wars, emotions and many other subjects. I have included 52 poems from 27 poets which include a variation in style of writing and subject matter which I am sure will appeal to most readers. The poets include Robert [...]
 
Book: Changing Their Wolfen Heritage [A Wolfen Heritage 3] (Siren Publishing Menage Amour) by Missy Martine
[Menage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, shape-shifters] What happens when brother wolf shifters fall in love with the same woman? Wolves don't share their mates, or do they? Ethan and Latan can't keep their hands off the Pack's new schoolteacher. Unfortunately, Kitania is proving to be quite the mystery. She has no scent identifying her inner beast, no background they can [...]
 
Book: Hadrian's Wall Path - Walking into History (Woman on Her Way Book 2) by Jane V. Blanchard
Recipient of the prestigious 2015 President's Award from the Florida Authors & Publisher's Association in the adult, non-fiction category. Wouldn't you love to go on an adventure and find that it was more than what you expected? That's what happened to Jane V. Blanchard when she walked the Hadrian's Wall Path, and what she wants to share with you in this book. Join her as she walks eighty-four [...]
 
Book: An Australian Ranch (The Pearson/Rickards Trilogy) by Raymond Boyd Dunn
Second Book of a Trilogy. American Colt Pearson is establishing a 'Ranch' in Australia. Sister-in law Caroline is a tormented soul, because of a horrendous experience in her teenage years. She leaves a trail of slain men in her wake as you follow her tortured progress. You can only imagine the loathing which drives her. Colt's young daughter, Carly, has youthful Sam 'twisted around her little [...]
 
Book: Walpajirri - The Legend of an Easter Bilby - The Adventures of a Rabbit-Eared Bandicoot in the Australian Desert by M.E. Skeel
If you were alone in the desert would you travel to the end of the earth to find love? Jirri did. If you loved Watership Down then you will love this true to life animal adventure. Jirri travels across the vast continent of Australia, braving floods, droughts, fire and dangerous predators to find true love and become a legend in the process. Are you tired of stories about animals that wear [...]
 
Book: Carly and Sam ... Will and Effie (The Pearson/Rickards Trilogy) by Raymond Boyd Dunn
The third book of the trilogy. There's a surprising development in the relationship between Carly and Sam. Tennis 'Romeo' Jason gets his just desserts. Will goes off to war in South Africa. You will follow four of the main characters from the second book of the Trilogy as they negotiate their way through the good and bad periods of life's journey - and its dangers!
 
Book: Red Fox Woman (The Ashmore Brothers Book 1) by Judy Ann Davis
Rancher Flint Ashmore never expected to find a redware potter squatting on the property he purchased along Cherry Creek with his four brothers and sister. With a ruthless fiance on her heels, Julia Gast has fled from Pennsylvania to the Colorado Territory to set up her pottery business and raise horses. She desperately needs not only the rich clay deposits of Cherry Creek, but also cash to [...]
 
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: Stolen Heritage by Barbara Goss
As an infant, Running Brook is kidnapped by the Comanche; as a teenager, she is rescued by gentle Quakers and introduced to Christian beliefs; as a young adult, she searches for love and her true heritage. Discreetly disguised as a boy, "Brook" travels to Texas with a tantalizing young army captain and his Indian guide. There she finds her father who welcomes her with open arms. But Brook's [...]
 
Book: Highwater (The Highwater Mysteries) by D.R. Meredith
Highwater, Texas, Population: 455 is an anthology of short tales set in Highwater Texas. The first, "Highwater", finds Elizabeth Walker, candidate for Justice of the Peace, in Buddy's Cafe sitting at the round table reserved for Bonham County's elected officials, all men, and other prominent citizens, also men. Elizabeth wouldn't have been sitting with these august citizens, since no woman had [...]
 
Book: A Ghostly Assignment - . . . and its lasting heritage by Rosalind Minett
This is a long short story about Sara and Jake, two journalist students on their first assignment. They are cynical about finding the ghost a local village is gossiping about, but they have to investigate fully in order to deliver a good project to the university. They soon become involved in a weird experience, taking one of them back into the 17th century. Shaken, they swap notes about what has [...]
 
Book: Blue Moon Over Texas (Lone Star Cowboys) by Tori Scott
Book Two of the Lone Star Cowboys Series and the sequel to Blame it on Texas - Carol Tanner makes the decision to move home to Morris Springs, Texas, where everyone she loves now lives. And that everyone includes Jake Reilly, though she hasn't decided if she's going to forgive him. She and Jake were high school sweethearts, but he refused to understand why she'd had to leave Morris Springs--and [...]
 
Book: Discovering Her Wolfen Heritage by Missy Martine
Determined to make a new life for herself, Maddie Bowers travels to her late grandfather's cabin in Wyoming. When she was a little girl, she was first introduced to her grandfather's wolf and is delighted to find the wolf still living in the nearby woods, and that the wolf remembers her. Remus has known Maddie was his mate since she was young. But a tragic accident and a cruel doctor kept them [...]
 
Book: 1809; The Year They Freed the Slaves by Jack Lourens
The title gives our ending away. The book is the journey we make to arrive. Our journey starts in Africa with a young child, and her upbringing within a unique family. Atende learns the skills of her parents who serve as the Obeahmen and N'ganga of their tribe, the Shaman, but she also evidences behavioral traits that hint at some darker, something different, that lies deeper within. Captured and [...]
 
Book: Heritage by Harriet Darling
Surprisingly enough, my inspiration for this story was a museum house in Elk Grove Park in Sacramento, which I passed often. Each time I went by it, the story got clearer and clearer in my mind. I like to think most Young Adults, and even those somewhat younger and older, will enjoy the book. Also, people who are interested in life in the early part of the century (you'll find out why when you [...]
 
Book: The Paynes Of Heritage by Chris Edmonds
Trinity was born in shame on the wrong side of the hallowed walls of a fantastic, timeless city. Soon after her birth the oddly gifted child was stolen from her own people by the tyrannical Keepers in order to fulfill another woman's forlorn destiny as part of the morbidly dysfunctional noble family. But Trinity had other plans. As she grew her deepening mistrust of the unbending Traditions [...]
 
Book: Lost Family - FOUND! by Heather L. Nelson
Lost Family: FOUND! is an astonishing, epic, true story. The incredible discovery in our "golden-years," (68 years after the end of WWII), of an American family found by an unknown brother left behind in England, who led us to find other family secrets too impossible to imagine. As adult children investigate their parents' lives trying to understand their own existence, they discover a love [...]
 
Book: Two Brothers - Heritage (The Ramtalan Trilogy Book 2) by Sofia Diana Gabel
In the second book in the Ramtalan Trilogy, Argus Dachel, a far-from-ordinary half-alien teen, finds himself mixed up in the battle between a hostile faction of Invaders and the peaceful Ramtalans he's come to know as his friends. With his brother Tai held captive at the Citadel and disturbing news about his father, Argus has to come to grips with the truth about who he really is. Not only is the [...]
 
Book: SOCIAL SECURITY - The Attempt To Kill It by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
In 1983, the same year that the recommendations of the Greenspan Commission on Social Security Reform were enacted into law, allegedly "fixing" the long term Social Security solvency problem, members of the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation drew up a long-term plan for privatizing Social Security. They published their plan, entitled "Achieving A Leninist Strategy" in the Fall 1983 issue [...]
 
Book: The Dancing Seers - Book Two in the Story of the City of Heritage. by Chris Edmonds
After the city of Heritage had been burned down to ashes, Beatha felt forced to use her mysterious gift and listen to the voice of her lost sister. Fortunately for all concerned, Trinity's words helped the reluctant, young seer lead their now-homeless people over the Unscalable Mountains to the freedom of the plains beyond. The Violites were greatly changed by these staggering events. As part of [...]
 
Book: The Victor's Heritage (The Jonah Trilogy Book 2) by Anthony Caplan
"Is this the future of America?" "Excellently uncomfortable and engaging." "A fast paced read that takes you places.". An intricately woven, futuristic tale, The Victor's Heritage parallels contemporary events. It is 2045. America has been shattered into two countries. Democravia and the Republican Homeland. Peace between the two continental rivals is always fragile. Rebellious teens seek to [...]
 
Book: Witnesses and Troublemakers by Richard French
Gray Cloud said: "I'll do what I can to make the woodland a happy place to be." This is the fourth volume in a series called "Witnesses". It consists of several narratives that have to do with warfare and the aftermath of war. The editor Stephanie Markham continues her search for framing narratives to accompany stories by the writer Paul Kingsley. She also keeps on with her campaign to end the [...]
 
Book: Crazy Quilt - Pieces of a Mennonite Life by Cynthia Yoder
A love story. A search for identity in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. A ground-breaking memoir, first published in 2003. In her mid-twenties and in a state of despair, Cynthia leaves her husband, and drops out of her studies at Columbia University. She moves home to rural Pennsylvania to collect stories from her Pennsylvania German Mennonite family. While living with her aunt and uncle, she [...]
 
Book: Stand For Something or Stand For Nothing by Ebony Jones-Kuye
"Jones-Kuye states that she wants her story to be an inspiration for others, and, to my mind, she has succeeded brilliantly." -Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite - In 2002, former NBA Clippers owner Donald Sterling acquired the Ardmore Apartments in Los Angeles where 67-year-old Kandynce Jones, a Black woman who was legally blind, right side paralyzed due to a bad spinal fusion [...]
 
Book: SEND ME (Witnesses Book 5) by Richard French
Battles end, New Generations Emerge, A Cult Meets its Opposition - In "Send Me", the editor Stephanie Markham gathers the last installments of Paul Kingsley's stories concerning American wars in the 17th and 20th centuries and concludes her memoir of her part in the struggle against a destructive cult called the Scythians. She also discovers how to resist and drive away the devil that pesters her [...]
 
Book: The Xavier Mosaic - Prince Asyrias by Emma Austen
Silas has no memories of his childhood. He has no idea why his canines come to points, his blue eyes turned to violet, his pale skin darkened golden brown, or why his rage can summon fire from his flesh. What he does know, however, is that these traits once drew admiration from others in the village, admiration that turned to fear and scorn--even hatred. He must flee, choosing to live as a beast [...]
 
Book: Hidden in Plain Sight - The Other People in Norman Rockwell's America by Jane Allen Petrick
Norman Rockwell's America was not all white. . . As early as 1936, Norman Rockwell was portraying African-Americans, Asian Americans and Native Americans with empathy and a dignity often denied them at the time. And he created these portraits from live models. Hidden in Plain Sight: The Other People in Norman Rockwell's America chronicles for the first time Norman Rockwell's portrayal of [...]
 
Book: Rituals of the Dead - An Artifact Mystery (Adventures of Zelda Richardson) (Volume 3) by Jennifer S. Alderson
A museum researcher must solve a decades-old murder before she becomes the killer's next victim in this riveting dual timeline thriller set in Papua and the Netherlands. Agats, Dutch New Guinea (Papua), 1961 : While collecting Asmat artifacts for a New York museum, American anthropologist Nick Mayfield stumbles upon a smuggling ring organized by high-ranking members of the Dutch colonial [...]
 
Book: The Girl Who Would Be Queen (The Kingdom of Naples Book 1) by Jane Ann McLachlan
Ruling a kingdom in the 14th Century was no task for a woman. When Robert of Naples died in 1342, beautiful, sixteen-year-old Joanna and her younger sister Maria became the heirs to one of the largest, wealthiest and most sophisticated kingdoms in Europe. Born in a male-dominated world in the passionate south of Italy and surrounded by ambitious male cousins with an equal claim to the crown, will [...]
 
Book: Backwards Into the Future by Bronwyn Elsmore
You can't go back, her friends say, but Mary has to do it. Going back to her old hometown is the only way she can silence a voice from the past. And find her childhood friend. One is pushing her, the other is holding back, and between the two there's much to be resolved. The plum tree has gone, but a lemon tree thrives. The mystery surrounding the boat with the painted eyes may never be solved; [...]
 
Book: Gifting and the Stick by Boyd Keisel
He grew up a part of America's Greatest Generation those who worked hard, sacrificed, and perfectly exemplified the resilience of the human spirit. In a small community rooted in the age-old customs of ranching and farming, Boyd Keisel discovered many hidden lessons of life in places you'd least expect to find them discovering life-changing truths about love, consequences, and family that would [...]
 
Book: Trapped in Limbo by John Robert McCauley
This is a remarkable story of family genes and individual triumph. As the curtain rises, New York City is infested with terrorists. This thriller revolves around an American, Dr. Wolfgang Von Braun, the father of drones, and his daughter, Kristen, a Brazilian. Though worlds apart, their shared scientific genes promise to bring them together until a tragic circumstance changes the time table. [...]
 


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