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Book: Sommers' Folly by Debbie Boek
In blissful ignorance Brian Sommers agrees to lead the wagon train, taking beautiful, spirited Alaina Montgomery to her fiance, Diego Montoya, who is anxiously awaiting her in Texas. Sommers could never have anticipated the feelings that she would arouse in him, nor the dangerous turn that events would take. Although Alaina is wracked with guilt as her desire for the enigmatic Sommers surpasses [...]
 
Book: Dead Men's Fingers by Tyler Brentmore
Leaving behind memories of bloodshed and sorrow, Jed Longman signs to a company of wagons to take his three sons to a better life out West. But trouble keeps snapping at his heels. First there's the persistent Mrs Harris with her school ma'am attitude so contrary to her fancy coach-guns, then the threat of fever, then the ruthless killer Baddell determined to haunt him and his into an unmarked [...]
 
Book: Captured Heart by Barbara Goss
Christian Romance: Two men vie for Amanda. One wanted the beautiful, fiery Amanda for his bride... the other for wealth and pleasure. Would her innocent trust be her undoing? Which one will capture her heart? Traveling to California on a wagon train, Amanda's family die of Cholera. She had prayed that they would live. Amanda is mad at God for letting them die. Eventually, she learns God did [...]
 
Book: Silent Love by Barbara Goss
Caroline is desperate to reach Oregon and find her only living relative. She persuades Simon, a man traveling on a wagon train, to let her pose as his wife. As they face and overcome capture by Indians and other dangerous adventures along the Oregon Trail, Caroline and Simon bond as friends. When they reach Oregon and Caroline's Aunt Hattie, they go their separate ways as agreed upon at the [...]
 
Book: Alas, There is no Butterbee - But Aha!! There is a Flagondry by Appleton Schneider
There are many subjects and scenarios in these stories. There's plain humor (" . .all work and no play makes Jacques a Buhldoi . ."). The most comprehensive analysis of male sexuality you'll ever read concludes when Madam Eclair summarizes strategy for running an ultra-elite bordello (" . . . experimentation, variation, and diversity are stimuli to sensuality, and actually even carnally creative [...]
 
Book: Wagon Train Kids by Kevin Shaper
Also .99 Today: Ocean Friends: http://amzn.com/B00NYBTNAK Park Friends: http://amzn.com/B00OSP0BMA and Forest Friends: http://amzn.com/B00OS7I4AE - It's 1850, and gold has been discovered in California. Jack and Mary live on a farm in Connecticut and their father has decided to sell everything and take the family West. They must first get to Missouri where they will join a wagon train and set off [...]
 
Book: Wagon Wheels by Betty Mermelstein
Wagon Wheels follows a little girl as she goes down the sidewalk with her wagon. As her wheels spin around, she sees many interesting items that she adds to her wagon. They become piled high, and she knows they will become wonderful play things for her when she gets home. I was inspired by my own collecting days as a little girl when there were more discarded things by the curbs of the sidewalks [...]
 
Book: Love on the Prairie (McKinnie Mail Order Brides Book 1) by Ciara Knight
Abigail McKinnie refuses to allow her sisters to be dispersed across the nation as mail-order brides. Even though the Union soldiers took everything from them during their march through Atlanta-their lands scorched, house burned, food stolen-she won't give up. With a plan in place, she sets out for Kansas to her second cousin under the guise of marriage. But instead, she plans to convince him [...]
 
Book: Images In Scarlet by Velda Brotherton
The Civil War over and her family dead, Allie Caine packs up what's left of her father's photography equipment in the "what's it" wagon and sets out for Santa Fe and a new life. Finding a man sprawled across the trail is not something she expected, but this discovery changes all her plans. Jake soon becomes a part of her life, and their adventures together bond them in a way only hardships can. [...]
 
Book: The end of the track - A ghost story by Gary M. Martin
Frank Guerder writes ghost stories. When a man stops and asks his help about a ghost problem his town is having he is reluctant to go. Though he has a gift to sense unworldly spirits he would rather just write about them. Carla, his agent, however, thinks that it would be great publicity. Frank gives in. Later it will turn into something more than a ghost story.
 
Book: The Substitute Bride (Heartsong Presents) by Linda S. Glaz
Jared Callahan's mysterious bride Rancher Jared Callahan eagerly awaited the arrival of his mail-order bride. But instead of the kindhearted woman who wrote about escaping her constrained city life, the beauty who arrived in his remote frontier town couldn't remember anything. Not him, not their long-distance courtship, not even her own name. What is he going to do with this petite spitfire? [...]
 
Book: The Last Narrow Gauge Train Robbery by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
They could be your next-door neighbors--Bill Masterson, Ronnie Wild, Riley Page and Frank Cummings--ex-hippies now living outwardly responsible and respectable lives. But these model citizens still yearn for the old days of freedom. Finally they find a way to break out of the mold and do something daring and different: robbing the tourist-crowded narrow gauge train. This completely modern western [...]
 
Book: MEMORY IMPROVEMENT - Train your memory to new abilities by Nathan Walker
Would you like to increase your productivity? .... become exceptionally good at whatever you do? In this outstanding book you'll find a practical, easy-to-use guided full of exercises, advice, and techniques proven to help increase your memory including short-term, recognition, and retention so that you can lead a healthier, more efficient life! Improving your memory shouldn't be an arduous task [...]
 
Book: The Mystery on the Miniature Railway by June Winton
When an eminent nuclear scientist goes missing en route to a nuclear power station it is a matter of national security. He is carrying top-secret plans for a nuclear processing plant to be built to store all the country's nuclear waste in a vast underground bunker at Downsend. This would, of course, involve a lot of disruption and upheaval for those already using the marsh. When the train arrives [...]
 
Book: Detour Trail by Joy V. Smith
Westward bound on the Oregon Trail, Lorena Emerson is alone after her uncle is killed by a thief trying to steal his money belt. Ignoring the wagon master's advice to go home, she rounds up others needing help, and they join a later wagon train and are soon slogging through dust and mud and steep mountain passes. It's a long way to Oregon, and because another woman needs her help, Lorrie again [...]
 
Book: Great Railroad Series - The Turbine Locomotive - (Classic Train Stories) (Volume 3) by Isaac ben Levi
As #6200 sits forlornly in a scrapyard in the town of Crestline, Ohio, he thinks back to when he was younger and very much unique. He had been the great hope of the Pennsylvania Railroad when he was built, but due to some problems with his design and the new diesel engines making an appearance, he was now all but redundant. That is, until one day a diesel engine couples onto him and starts towing [...]
 
Book: Depression Carpenter by Java Davis
Depression Carpenter: A Road Trip through the Gulf States during The Great Depression - Coming of age, race relations, historical fiction - A young man, Jackson "Jake" Ferry, born into a privileged New York family, loses them in a car accident. Young and wealthy, he needs to justify his existence during The Great Depression. He is skilled in carpentry and drives around the Gulf of Mexico, working [...]
 
Book: No Girl on this Train by Tottie Limejuice with Kate Pill
It's short, it's somewhat silly and the humour verges on lavatorial. Behind every successful author is a dedicated team of betareaders, those essential second eyes who pounce on any errors or inconsistencies. Lesley Tither writes under various pen-names for different genres - Tottie Limejuice, for the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series, L M Krier for the DI Ted Darling series of crime thrillers, [...]
 
Book: Last Train To Murder by Rick L. Phillips
It is late April of 1967 and the end of the TV season. The Monkees first season on TV has just ended but there is no rest for the weary. They are getting ready to go on tour. Some dates have canceled but an affiliates meeting for their TV network is to take place in Clarksville, Indiana and they have been asked to perform there. The major stock holder insist that they all take the train. But [...]
 
Book: Train to Nowhere by Gloria Piper
Across the wild mountains the silver train glides on a cushion of air, carrying within its plastic walls the world of Orphans. Its destination? Nowhere. The illegally-born must live out their lives inside this computerized train. Admin wills it so. But young Garland, an Orphan musician, seeks a different destination, called freedom. To realize it he struggles against Admin's mind control and [...]
 
Book: Arthur's Return by Duncan Wallace
Ever wondered what it would be like to finish school early and head off into the wider world in search of adventure? Well, this is exactly what Arthur decides to do. Though happy and content in the stillness and quiet of his home surroundings, Arthur's return is a tale of a young man's journey of exploration and self-discovery. A story that reflects on a life so far and of the youthful curiosity, [...]
 
Book: The Mandarin Crew by James Clayton Rogers
Chosen by an extra-dimensional entity, Bongo, Dead Eye and Mai Ling are brought together to form a team of assassins. In a twist on the old Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece, 'Strangers on a Train,' they are given the task of eliminating complete strangers. When they have fulfilled their side of the contract with the Mandarin, a 'target' of their own choosing will be taken out by another crew.
 
Book: Journey to Die For by Radine Trees Nehring
The occasion? Celebration of a wedding anniversary. The setting? An historic passenger train heading for Van Buren, Arkansas on the Arkansas River. The characters? Carrie McCrite and Henry King, numerous train passengers, Chuck Dovish, host of the popular television program, "Exploring Arkansas" and his cameraman. Two men who are acting peculiarly for train passengers supposed to be enjoying the [...]
 
Book: The Land of Books (The Dream Train Adventures) by Maureen J. Allen
Angus and Morag MacFluff are two Persian cats who escort children to the various Lands via The Dream Train. The children learn essential life lessons while they have enjoyable adventures that can sometimes be a bit scary. In this book, Chris goes to the Land of Books. She learns a big lesson from a very small book.
 
Book: The Transition of Johnny Swift - by Kerry J Donovan
"An injured man battles for his sanity on the borders between life and death." Frank Brazier is a racing driver, and a good one. He has the perfect life--a contract to drive for a Formula 1 team, a supportive family, and a stunning new girlfriend. On the surface, everything is great, but Frank is hiding a secret. He suffers visions, hallucinations. On race days, the Shadow-man visits. It waves at [...]
 
Book: The Saving of NATION by Denise Sevier-Fries
"I will buy this book the moment it is published." - Ian Ferguson, popular playwright/writer; Stephen Leacock Award winning author of the poignant novel Village of The Small Houses and co-author with Giller Prize winning author Will Ferguson of the brilliant bestseller, How To Be A Canadian - ___ Anton Theril thought he was going to turn 18 on his birthday. Instead, he turned into a stranger [...]
 
Book: Chronicles of A Nappi Head - Tales from the Back of Your Mind by Michael P Fuller
I am a writer and Account Executive living in Atlanta, GA. Chronicles of a Nappi Head is a collection of tales that will excite the spirit, it may reveal times and places that you have never experienced, or it may simply bring back memories of past occurrences that have been in the back of your mind. Chronicles will take you to a small town in South Carolina during the early 1920's, where a [...]
 
Book: The Reluctant Daughters by Veronica Helen Hart
Matriarch of Steel - Elisabeth Riis: As the only child of a lumber industry titan just after the War Between the States, her future should have been bright. Now at the turn of the century, she's the head of her father's company and caring for her two orphaned granddaughters who chafe at her strict restrictions. She'll not see them repeat their mother's disastrous history, or make the same [...]
 
Book: Comanchero Captives - The Twelfth Token (Time Game Book 12) by D. A. Featherling
CAPTIVITY IS SO NOT OKAY....When Samantha Willoughby finds herself at the mercy of a roving band of Comanche Indians, she has to face the fact she's to be sold to the highest bidder.Twin Marcus would love to rescue her if he knew where she was, but he's got big survival problems of his own.The annual sale site of Comanchero traders is well-known for its business dealings with the [...]
 
Book: Mr Glass And The Ghost Train - Sceary Bo by Gary Strangeway
Mr Glass and his nephews Timmy and Glen are out celebrating the twins tenth birthday when their car breaks down in a country lane. In the misty lane as the light begins to fade they meet Stoker who befriends them and directs them to a garage in the mysterious little town of Sceary Bo. Unable to get a signal on their phones the trio set off along the dark spooky road to find help. After several [...]
 
Book: Once upon a Time on the Ghan by Raymond Boyd Dunn
This book has a tenuous connection with the three novels of the Pearson/Rickards trilogy, in that it features a sixth generation of the Rickards family, Billy Rickards. Billy is travelling from Toowoomba in Queensland to Darwin in the Northern Territory - the long way. He travels by bus east to Brisbane, by plane south to Sydney in New South Wales, and thence by rail west to Adelaide in South [...]
 
Book: Last Train by Perry Kincaid
Life never goes the way you plan. This beautiful story is one of life and love, of happiness and loss, of the twists of fate when the world prevents you from taking the road less traveled and forces you to do what is needed. Last Train brings you the inspiring story of a man reflecting on the choices he made, the loved ones he lost, and all the times he refused to give up when faced with [...]
 
Book: The Outlaw Hunter by Dave P. Fisher
Eli Warren didn't consider himself a bounty hunter. He hunted outlaws like some men hunted wolves or mountain lions. The bounties he collected were simply payments rendered to a workman, and he was a man good at his work. Under Eli's flint-hard exterior, that was merciless to outlaws, ran a wide streak of kindness that showed itself the day he picked up a starving orphan in Dodge City and took [...]
 
Book: Go Away Home by Carol Bodensteiner
For an Iowa farm girl in 1913, Liddie Treadway has big dreams. She yearns to move to town, learn a trade, and live on her own. With encouragement from career-minded Aunt Kate, her goals seem within reach until her unmarried sister is sent away for becoming pregnant and her father dies in a tragic accident. Now the family needs Liddie more than ever, and she's certain she'll be trapped on the farm [...]
 
Book: Montana Dreams (Montana Series) by Velda Brotherton
The Path to Our Dreams is Often the Most Difficult. An orphan and veteran of the Civil War, Ben Poole lives wild and free. When he's not raising hell, he works as a guard for a freight wagon owned by Reed and Tressie Bannon. His freewheeling days come to an end, though, when he discovers an unconscious woman outside his cabin and takes her into town to get help. Summoned by her parents, Dessa [...]
 


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