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Book: Seaton's War by Lily Ennis
Seaton's War is a story of love, secrets and lies set in a sleepy New Zealand town in the latter half of WWII. When a Japanese submarine beaches the residents are shocked that the Pacific War has come to them. To some the event brings opportunity for personal gain or for genuine war work. For Kitty Williams it is a chance to prove she can do more for the war effort than knit socks for Red Cross [...]
 
Book: Angel's Gold by Velda Brotherton
Sold as a young girl, Angeline has waited to reach an age where she can escape her elder "husband," who has so far treated her like a daughter. But he's preparing her to grant him his rights as a husband. She must leave. For years she has hoarded gold from an abandoned mine near Circleville, praying for the day she can escape. It's now or never. Her chance comes when outlaw Jesse Cole is [...]
 
Book: Superstition Gold by Melissa Bowersock
Married and widowed within a 24-hour period, beautiful Leigh Banning watches as her storybook New Orleans life crumbles away piece by piece. In a heartbroken attempt to start over, she travels to the wilds of frontier Arizona in an effort to understand the father she never knew and is rewarded with gold from the legendary Lost Dutchman gold mine in the Superstition Mountains. The gold comes with [...]
 
Book: A Taste of Gold by Deryn Pittar
Psychic twins with special talents meet two thieves, two Taniwha, and one pretty reporter as they experience the adventure of a lifetime... On a prospecting holiday, brothers Jason and Levi discover an ancient supernatural creature, a Taniwha named Otanewainuku, who gives them 'humming stones' in exchange for their silence about its treasure. They also cross paths with two thieves. Their [...]
 
Book: Palmer Gold (The Pearson/Rickards Trilogy) by Raymond Boyd Dunn
First Book of a Trilogy. Billy is obsessed with the beautiful Beth, but does she reciprocate? What is Goldie's dark secret? Why do two women endure the hardships of the goldfields after surviving the terrifying attack by the cannibalistic natives? Action, adventure and romance in 'Chasing the Rainbow' - the search for the elusive yellow metal in an historically accurate portrayal of a group of [...]
 
Book: BURIED GOLD IN TEXAS (Justice In Cypress bottom) by Doyle Turner
BURIED GOLD IN TEXAS - After the rangers had raided the Tad Morton place, near Jefferson Texas, and cleaned out the outlaws he had harbored on his place. All that weren't killed in the fracas were sent to prison. The property went to the new state and Ben Finch filed claim to the abandoned property. He didn't realize, at the time, how hard it would be to hold on to the old outlaw hide out, and [...]
 
Book: Gold - A tale of the California gold rush by Steve Bartholomew
Sometimes you bring your own gold when you travel to the gold rush. Marcus Gale wanted only to get out of New York. Now he's bound to California and the Land of Gold. He means to get there even if it means shoveling coal all the way. He's taken a job as stoker on a steamship, without knowing what a stoker does. He finds himself caught up in a conspiracy to take over the ship, robbery, mayhem, and [...]
 
Book: Ile D'or by Mary Lou Dickinson
Shortly after the first referendum on Quebec separation, four people in their forties encounter each other in Ile dOr, the town where all of them grew up. The novel is about gold and greed and renewal and hope. About people who emerge from a frontier existence into the society of the late 20th century with the need to discover how their contemporary lives connect with their pasts: how growing up [...]
 
Book: The Kammersee Affair by John Holt
The lake was flat and calm, with barely a ripple, its dark waters glistening, reflecting the moonlight as though it were a mirror. Fritz Marschall knew that neither he, nor his friend, should really have been there. They, like many others before them, had been attracted to the lake by the many rumors that had been circulating. He thought of the endless stories there had been, of treasures sunken [...]
 
Book: Gold Fever by Joan Donaldson-Yarmey
Boni Baldwin is taken out of the city and thrust into an environment she dislikes-- camping. Her mother, Elsie Wiggins, is on a quest to find information on her father who disappeared fifty-five years ago in the mountains of southern British Columbia and Boni is the only one of her children who is able, but reluctant, to accompany her. The first person they meet is Rick, a mountain man who has a [...]
 
Book: Zak Doolin's Gold by Dave P. Fisher
Betrayal and murder was the legacy left behind by Zak Doolin, along with two panniers filled with gold ore that no one had ever found. His reprobate children, Candi and Reg, wanted that gold yet they were no closer to it than anyone else. Obsessed with her lust for the gold, Candi would stop at nothing to possess it. Then Spence Logan rode into town. The first thing Spence did was get into a [...]
 
Book: The Gold Scalpel by Daniel DuBour
The Gold Scalpel is a story about a medical center that rewards it's surgeons with an award called the gold scalpel. The award goes to the surgeon who has performed the most surgeries in one year. In my story, the award is given to the main character. The owner of the medical center and CEO takes a liking to this particular surgeon and allows him special favors as well as promoting him to the [...]
 
Book: Ghosts and Gold by R. W. Lang
As a teenager I did a lot of reading and I thought, I bet I could write a novel too. As an adult, working on a career and raising a family that dream disappeared. The first year of my retirement I read over 120 books and the dream re-emerged. I thought, now I have the time to write my story. I told my wife about my idea then she laughed and said I was being facetious. I started writing in late [...]
 
Book: Blood Gold in the Congo by Peter Ralph
Inspired by true events. Bronze Medal Winner of 2018 Readers' Favorite Book Awards for Fiction-Thrillers-Political. When twelve-year-old Congolese boy, Joseph Muamba, is sold to a wealthy American family he wants to die. Eventually, he comes to love the family and lives the life of the all-American boy. However, he cannot rid himself of a nagging feeling that he has a greater calling in life. [...]
 
Book: A Golden Forever by Mary Anne Graham
As a half-breed who would never belong to his tribe, he sold himself for food, shelter and survival. As the Savage Lord who would never belong to the ton, he sold himself for social acceptance. As a man with nothing left to lose, he's learned that survival doesn't mean as much as self-respect and he'll never sell himself again. Keeping that vow might cost him his heart, his soul and his future. [...]
 
Book: Escape From Injustice by Warne Wilson
Women will love Escape from Injustice and it is a great read for men. It is the story of John Lille's journey from youth to manhood after the catastrophic loss of his privileged life at an 1850s college in England when he is falsely accused of murdering a classmate. With a trial at the Old Bailey in London imminent, a witness willing to testify against him, and the inevitability of fetid Newgate [...]
 
Book: Laura's Secrets by Augusta Wright
Forced by her parents to wed her father's boss, Abner Brown. Forced by her abusive husband to leave all she knew to travel west by wagon train. Forced to make a home in a log cabin high in the Colorado Rockies. Laura Ralston Brown has never been allowed to choose her own path. Her days are as harsh as the mountain terrain she lives in. When she suddenly finds herself alone and penniless, she [...]
 
Book: A Ton of Gold (Crystal Moore Suspense Book 1) by James R. Callan
A story woven to perfection", Ladywordsmith - An old folktale and the lure of gold cause murder, kidnapping, and arson in 2012 Texas. Crystal Moore is dragged into danger when thugs set out to kill her only living relative, the grandmother who raised her. When attempts escalate, Crystal realizes the police can't provide protection. She must who is attacking her nana, and why. But this makes [...]
 
Book: GOLD FEVER (The Apple Grove Gang) by Hamilton C. Burger
It's the dog days of summer and Benny Churchill and Bug Beetle are back and still running! The Apple Grove Gang has caught gold fever, and they find that it's too hard to bear. When they try locate the cure, things don't go as expected and not everything pans out. Only an earth shaking experience will lead them to the depths necessary to cure GOLD FEVER.
 
Book: A Rarer Gift Than Gold (The Gold Gift Series Book 1) by Lucy Branch
The Illuminati Are Not The Only Secret Society... **A story about the dark side of the art world from a real expert in the art world, Bestselling Author Lucy Branch as featured on Radio 4, The BBC World Service & Timeout Magazine ** Abigail Argent stands out: some admire her lean figure and beautiful dark eyes, others notice that she always wears gloves and shudder when they know why. The ones [...]
 
Book: The Lost Ark of the Incas (The Martin Culver Series) by Malcom Massey
The most valuable and sacred gold object in Peru's history - the Lost Ark of the Incas - has been missing for 500 years. Fresh clues to its location have surfaced, but can the information be trusted? Will the Ark finally be found, and will the Ark's legendary power be explained? Or will the Lost Ark fall victim to relic thieves on the international black market? Follow Martin Culver, [...]
 
Book: Gunnar's Mine (Valediction For Revenge) by Roland Cheek
Heading north, over 10,200-foot Lizard Head Pass, past the struggling Colorado mining camps of Ophir and Telluride, following the rushing tumble of mountainside freshets down from alpine tundra to the quiet murmuring of the San Miguel River, almost to a decaying Uncompahgre gold camp called Placerville, a traveler encountered a mud-and-wattle waystop where a pilgrim could find plain, but filling [...]
 
Book: GOLD FOR THE RISING SUN by Robert Mitchell
In 1942 Allied aircraft attack a Japanese ship sailing out from Tianjin, China. The wounded ship, carrying a small part of the 6,000 tons of gold looted by Japanese forces from Nanking, limps into Qinhuangdao on the east coast of China. A small military detachment transports the gold to a long-forgotten ancient hillside tomb, forcing Chinese peasants to carry the gold deep inside the mountain. [...]
 
Book: Queen's Gold by Melissa Bowersock
Hal Thompson is a pretty ordinary guy. A widower who owns his own small business, he's doing his best to raise his two nearly adult children alone. When they convince him to undergo a hypnotic past-life regression, he is unimpressed that his "memories" reveal the hiding place of ancient Aztec gold. Other people, however, take it very seriously and when his family is threatened, he is forced to [...]
 
Book: Under the Moon Gate by Marilyn Baron
Dashing sea captain Nathaniel Morgan sails into the life of prim and proper Bermuda heiress Patience Whitestone and threatens to expose her family secrets--ruinous secrets she wasn't aware of. The two are immediately at odds when Nathaniel moors his vessel in front of her estate and refuses to leave until he finds the cache of Swiss gold he's convinced was buried somewhere on the property during [...]
 
Book: Lonesome Cove (The Big Bend) by Gary Showalter
Terry Rankin isn't so sure about his new client, Gianni Lupo. Gianni is an old man, just released from prison after serving the full twenty-five years of a Life sentence for a double murder in Miami. But Terry figures the man's paid for his crime and now he'll spend his declining years tottering around his home on Sanibel Island. Terry isn't sure why Lupo feels the need for armed bodyguards, but [...]
 
Book: I Love My Doctor, But... - A Lighthearted Look at a Serious Problem by Lawrence Gold
You have questions for your physician, but don't ask them? Your physician has questions for you, but he/she doesn't ask them. That's one hell of a way to run an airline, a railroad, a government, or a medical practice. Why? Fault is besides the point, but difficult or painful questions unasked or unanswered threatens your health and compromises the physician's ability to help. You have something [...]
 
Book: Scarlet Runner by Lily Ennis
At a time of worldwide revolt against an oppressed and exploited working class, the 1912 Waihi Strike tested the resolve of Mary and Archie, warring unions, the town and the government. None could have forseen the tragedy that would propel the strike into the annals of history. Mary grew up on the Hauraki gold fields having emigrated from Scotland with her family. As the daughter of a mine [...]
 
Book: Alvarado Gold by Victoria Pitts Caine
As the hot, oppressive Texas heat takes the breath from her lungs, Addie Brown stands at her grandfather's grave. Deep within her, she senses her anchor to family is gone. She looks across the freshly dug chasm at three of her four cousins. Nothing more than smiling faces on Christmas cards and vacation photos, she remembers once when they were close but something happened. Snapping her back to [...]
 
Book: Never Too Late (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
FROM FIVE STAR REVIEW: The author writes a story that makes you realize that it is never too late to fulfill your dreams. Isabel Kramer found that training for the Boston Marathon was no easy task. Ms. Kramer is a psychiatrist, 60 years of age and had always wanted to be a runner from a teenage. It just seemed that every time Isabel wanted to do something her mother stopped her. Isabel's high [...]
 
Book: Madigan by R. Howard Trembly
The man they call Madigan--a rough retired Cavalry officer--finds himself drawn into an intriguing but dangerous game of Cat and Mouse with a formidable gang of outlaws searching for the hidden Aztec gold of Montezuma in the old Southwest. Soon the race is on to find the treasure and save the inhabitants of a Lost City, while Madigan is forced to use his deadly aim with his Sharps buffalo rifle [...]
 
Book: The Bitter Trade by Piers Alexander
In 1688, torn by rebellions, England lives under the threat of a Dutch invasion. Redheaded Calumny Spinks is the lowliest man in an Essex backwater: half-French and still unapprenticed at seventeen, yet he dreams of wealth and title. When his father's violent past resurfaces, Cal's desperation leads him to become a coffee racketeer. He has just three months to pay off a blackmailer and save his [...]
 
Book: Rage by Lawrence Gold
Rage is a murder, mystery, thriller that raises important issues in forensic science, psychology today, and the practice of clinical psychiatry. Strange things are happening in Hillsborough, the affluent suburb of San Francisco: normal people without a hint of psychiatric problems suddenly become violent. None have motive for assault or murder, and being residents of Hillsborough is the only [...]
 
Book: Journey To Rhyolite by Steve Bartholomew
Nathaniel had his reasons for making the journey to Rhyolite. With a population of ten thousand and growing fast, Rhyolite was the greatest boom town in the west. And he hoped to find what had been taken from him-taken by the snallygaster. Some believed it was simply an old legend from the back hills of Maryland, this four legged flying snake that could snatch away whatever you most valued when [...]
 
Book: A Good Soldier (US Grant mysteries) by Jeffrey Marks
"With A GOOD SOLDIER, Jeffrey Marks captures an intriguing new side of General U.S. Grant, and the interplay between Grant and Julia, the love of his life, rings true. Young Jess Grant is full of boyish curiosity while Grant's irascible father, Jesse R. Grant, could easily drive Grant to drink. In this outing, the future President's detecting abilities are put to the test as he discovers secrets [...]
 


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