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Book: WALK WITH ME by Jerry Seventeen
The bus is driving on a bridge and the next moment it breaks trough the rails and falls on the subway below. Shiobhan hits hear head and when she reached the hospital, she doesn't remember who she was and where she lives. She finds a few clues in her handbag and one by one the story unfolds. Shiobhan find the one surprise after another. She remembers hands on the steering wheel and a ribbon. She [...]
 
Book: Jay-Jay The Supersonic Bus by Sue Wickstead
'Jay-Jay the bus was rescued from the scrap yard where he was sadly gathering dust and cobwebs. He is taken to an airport where he is magically transformed into a 'Playbus' full of toys, games and adventure. A fictional tale based on a real life bus 'Supersonic' which flew in the imagination of the many young children who visited him.'
 
Book: The School Bus by John Black
Frank Rivers was an elderly man, from North Carolina, who drove a school bus for 45 years. Living a harden life, each turn seem to bring more sorrow and hardship. Having enough, he was now determined to drive across country in one final trip to California, sowing hardship and blessings to those he came in contact with. Toby Wilson from Maple Valley Minnesota, was abused at home, and picked on at [...]
 
Book: Unexpected Rendezvous (Mono County Series) by C. Kay Brooks
Brooks' novels are interesting and timely stories, with characters and voice that create an incredibly tangible, well-paced narrative. With the use of solid dialog, Brooks introduces the reader to the novel's characters and at times, the story barely feels like fiction at all. Unexpected Rendezvous demonstrates strong writing with a story line that flows nicely. Brooks, herself a tour bus driver, [...]
 
Book: WHEN THE ROSES BLOOM by Alfred James Phillips
Could a white family living in the South in the 1940s honor their Negro friends' last request by adopting their son after the child's parents are killed in a fiery automobile accident? And was this the child that was promised to Eunice Miller or was her out-of-body experience not really a visit to heaven after all, but only a dream? Experience the drama, suspense and humor of this wondrous and [...]
 
Book: Saving wombats (Ruthie's wildlife Book 2) by Emma J. Homes
When Ruthie and her family rescue an orphan wombat, Ruthie learns how wild wombats are suffering from a terrible disease. Knowing that her own much loved pet wombat, Womble, might be infected one day, Ruthie wants to help. Will Ruthie find a way to save these amazing animals? 'Saving wombats' is the second story in the 'Ruthie's Wildlife' series. The first is 'The vanishing frogs of Cascade [...]
 
Book: USB - The Universal Serial Bus by Benjamin David Lunt
Learn to program the four major USB controllers, UHCI, OHCI, EHCI, and the new xHCI, and communicate with devices attached to their root hubs, without operating system intervention. This book teachs you how to communicate with the bare hardware to request the device descriptors and then send and received data from various USB devices including USB external Hubs.
 
Book: Bewbush Playbus by Sue Wickstead
A photographic History book following the ups and downs of a charity project. The Playbus was initially set up by the Girl Guides Association with funding from the Queens Silver Jubilee Community Awards. Set up in 1977 the bus was intended to serve the new district of Bewbush Crawley. the new area being built had neither school nor shops but worst of all nowhere safe for the children to play. The [...]
 
Book: Get Up, Your Bus is Here - Living My Life With Cerebral Palsy by Dr. Stephen A. Dantzig
GET UP, YOUR BUS IS HERE, an awesome book written by Dr. Stephen A. Dantzig, has changed me to the very core of my soul... --Bruno Tittaferrante "One day I was walking to the bus and caught an icy patch and wound up face down in the snow. My mother stood true to Dr. Shelsky?s word and with tears in her eyes told me to 'Get up. Your bus is here.' She would have obviously helped me if I was hurt, [...]
 
Book: Thorns Of The Roses - A Family's March to Freedom by Alfred James Phillips
After years of relative tranquility, the mixed-race Miller family experiences a traumatic wake-up call as racial tensions begin to build across the South. Thorns of the Roses is the story of a white family and their adopted Negro child who live in the segregated South in the 1950s and '60s. It is the chronicle of one family's struggle against the consequences of bigotry and prejudice while [...]
 
Book: Thrown Under the Bus - The Rise and Fall of an American Worker by Teresa Zerilli-Edelglass
Thrown Under The Bus: The Rise And Fall Of An American Worker is an explosive, no-holds-barred, whistle-blower guaranteed to blow your mind! This is the stuff that doctors, lawyers, and government bureaucrats don't want you to know about; the all-too-common, irresponsible bungling that allows them to get over on YOU, the everyday American in pursuit of the American Dream. Thrown is as much a [...]
 
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: Al's London & Dublin Holiday - Day-by-Day Travel Journal by Allen Pollens
Travel Book Chronicles Day-by-Day Two-Week Holiday in London and Dublin. Join Al on his holiday in London and Dublin. Witness Al's day-to-day trials and joys including his airport experiences. In London, be with Al as he revisits some of his favorite places from past trips. Be with him, as well, when he takes in what he missed earlier, like a ride on the London Eye and Regent's Park. The best is [...]
 
Book: Jay-Jay and his Island Adventure by Sue Wickstead
Jay-Jay is no ordinary bus nor is the journey he will take you on. You don't sit down and travel on this bus; it comes to you full of toys, games and things to do. The bus character Jay-Jay is based on a real Playbus, JJK261, it was unique and much loved. It was one of the first vehicles of its kind and led to many other play projects copying the idea. The original bus has a photographic history [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Bars by Brooke Williams
Beyond the Bars is a tense story carried out with the classic 'Rashomon effect', in which multiple-viewpoint characters go through similar events, each with a different experience. Nadia a frantic mom searches for her missing daughter amid a bus explosion before her eyes. Brody the Midwest rookie cop who tries to tame the crowds while checking in on his own family and newfound love. Jonathan a [...]
 
Book: The Expelled by Mois Benarroch
An unexpected encounter at the central bus station with a woman identical to the Expelled's wife but thirty years younger, who happens to be the same person. An adulterous relationship that is not quite what it seems. A bus hijacked by terrorists, where two castes are formed, one superior, the front people, and another inferior and oppressed, the back people that support and justify the [...]
 
Book: I Think I Murdered Miss by Bill Bob Buttons
'My name is Simon Spittle and I think - no, I know, I murdered Miss Belcher. I don t carry a gun. Or a knife. Or even a toothpick, but yesterday, in French, I wished for her to be run over by a bus and, later that very day, she was. A big, red double-decker with yellow wheels and a picture of a clown on the bonnet. A Billy Smart's Circus bus.' Simon is very different to Isabella. He's all elbowy [...]
 
Book: ARIA - Left Luggage (Volume 1) by Geoff Nelder
Alien Retrograde Infectious Amnesia Today, Jack caught a bug at work. He catches a bus home. By the time he disembarks in the desert town of Rosamond, all the other passengers and the driver have fuzzy heads. Jack had caught an amnesia bug, and it's infectious. Imagine the ramifications: The passengers arrive home, infecting family; some shop en route infecting everyone they meet. The bus driver [...]
 
Book: Getting It On the Go - Gay Sex In Public by Giselle Renarde
What's better than getting lucky? Getting it on the go! Can single guys GET IT ON in public without getting caught? The men in these erotic stories give it their best shot. They're out on the town, or on their way to work, or performing a low-paid gig with an up-and-coming indie band. Maybe they stumble into that special stall in the bathroom of a gay bar. Maybe a student and a professor fall for [...]
 
Book: Home At Last by Jan Sikes
With empty pockets and a heart full of dreams Luke Stone leaves behind the nightmare of fifteen long years in Leavenworth prison, not giving it a backward glance. Eyes firmly on the future, he boards a Greyhound bus bound for Texas for freedom for the one who holds his heart. The unjust conviction no longer matters and revenge haunts him no more. Darlina Flowers, the woman who takes his breath [...]
 
Book: INERTIA (The Threestone Trilogy Book 1) by A.R. Rivera
Its Back To The Future meets Doctor Who in this EPIC Science Fiction Trilogy by A.R. Rivera! (Free with Kindle Unlimited) Gerry Springer is going to be dead in three weeks. He knows exactly when and where-he's trying to manipulate the 'how'. How to plan every detail of his demise to ensure that Daemon, his nemesis whose acting as Gerry's personal Angel of Death, doesn't close-in on his grown son [...]
 
Book: Fifty Egg Timer Short Stories by Richard Bunning
This is a collection of 50 mixed genre flash fiction stories. These are all of between 600 and 1000 words, short enough to be considered as flash fiction. They vary in genre from Romance to Science Fiction, and from the banal to serious in their scope. The idea of the title is that it should suggest that each story can be read in the time it takes for an egg to boil, or for the bus to arrive, or [...]
 
Book: Stephanie’s Day At School - The book of mystery by Stanley O'connor
With tender encouragement from her mother, little Stephanie goes to school for the first time. Her first day at school is great with a nice teacher called Miss Polly, fun games, interesting classmates, a responsible school bus driver, and a robot! For her display of courage in school, Stephanie's father decided his little girl deserved a present. Being the intellectual little girl she is, [...]
 
Book: Forbidden Folk - A Polyamorous Romance Novelette by Giselle Renarde
When Winter Green's estranged mother dies, the other two members of her folk trio plead with Winter to come on tour. No way! Winter grew up on a tour bus. She's got a different life now. She can't go back. She can never go back... But Steven and Virginia hold one secret nobody else knows: the true identity of Winter's mysterious father. Will her desire to meet him be enough to bring her back to [...]
 
Book: Ify by Emmy Boy
He didn't believe in love. She was never prepared for the shock and heartbreaking disappointment. They were never prepared for the dramatic experience that fate will deal to them When Vincent embarked on the journey to Lagos for a job interview and meets Ify, a pretty young lady, in the bus, little did he know that he was on a journey that was completely going to alter his whole life their whole [...]
 
Book: The Passing Tracks by John Robert McCauley
Caleb and Danielle, University of Texas El Paso students, have $9,750.00 to donate to charity, and decide to venture into Mexico to give these funds to the poor Tarahumura Indians. However, first they have to pass through Juarez, Mexico, one of the most dangerous places in the world, and then visit the rugged Copper Canyon, where many Indians still live in caves. Their adventure by foot, bus and [...]
 
Book: The vanishing frogs of Cascade Creek (Ruthie's wildlife Book 1) by Emma J. Homes
The beautiful waterfall frogs of Cascade Creek have suddenly disappeared and Ruthie's parents have been asked to help solve the mystery. So now it's all aboard the big green bus, pet wombat and all, for a wildlife adventure in the rainforests of northern Australia. Join ten-year-old Ruthie as she and her wildlife scientist parents, Tom and Kate, track down why the frogs have vanished from their [...]
 
Book: Have You Seen Her? by Chicki Brown
Marcia Hadley, Santa Barbara, California socialite has been married for seven years to the heir of a family fortune. He sees to it that she has the finest home, cars and clothes. Yet that isn't enough to keep Marcia from running. Dani Reynolds, Atlantic City nightclub cocktail waitress works on her feet seven hours a night, five days a week for less than minimum wage in a crowded, smoky [...]
 
Book: Sudden Death Overtime - a story of hockey and vampires (Northern Chills Book 3) by Steve Vernon
Meet Sprague Deacon - one of the toughest old-time hockey players who ever skated upon a rink of hand-poured ice. Sprague was born and raised and he expects to die here on the Northern Labrador coast. What he did not expect was a tour bus full of vampires - none of whom glitter in the least bit - to pull into his town and begin lowering the population level - one corpse at a time. Sprague and his [...]
 
Book: Lori's Song - The true story of an American woman held captive in Iran by Lori Foroozandeh
Though she endured a childhood of physical and sexual abuse, nothing would ever equal what happened to her in Iran the weeks following 9/11. Lori, an American married to an Iranian, had been working and living as an ordinary member of Iranian society for almost 4 years when she had heard rumors that the U.S. was going to be attacked. That was on September 9, 2001. She tried and failed to call [...]
 
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