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Book: Northwest Arkansas Travel Guide - Insider Secrets - Insider Secrets by Anna Seeger
Haven't you ever wondered when using a travel guide what the people who actually live in the area think of it? What restaurants do they frequent, where do they shop, and what are some of their favorite things to do in the place they call home? Where are the places to go that are off the beaten path. Most visitors would really like to know what is worth seeing and which things to skip, and every [...]
 
Book: Karma Still Goes Around (Karma Novels) by Jim Parks
"Karma Still Goes Around" is Book 2 of the "Karma Novels" series, and the sequel to "Karma Goes Around". Book 2 picks up Charlie Walker's life right where Book 1 left it. Charlie Walker is out of school now. In a couple of weeks, he is scheduled to begin his new job at a consulting engineering firm in Arkansas. "Karma Still Goes Around" is chock-full of personal relationships, amazing life [...]
 
Book: Karma Goes Around (Karma Novels) by Jim Parks
Charlie Walker learns about karma at an early age. Good and bad karma always seems to close to him in one way or another. He is going to college. His ambition is to be a mechanical engineer. Sherry Baker is definitely a distraction for Charlie. He deals with these "Sherry issues" in Karma Goes Around: He decides if he should break up with Sherry to focus on school. He finds out if Sherry is lying [...]
 
Book: Birds of the Pacific Northwest - How to Identify 25 of the Most Popular Backyard Birds by Sally Dinius
Includes an At-a-Glance Index for easier bird identification. This edition also has separate photos of males and females, except for bird species in which the sexes are similar in appearance. We also pulled a switch-a-roo, trading out two bird species, the House Wren and the Violet-green Swallow, for the Black-headed Grosbeak and the Barn Swallow. (Never fear: The House Wren and the Violet-green [...]
 
Book: Takeshi's Choice by Michael Matson
Takeshi Kirihara was a self-made man with a problem. As a Japanese living in America with war looming on the horizon, he knew he had to take steps to protect his property. What he couldn't know is that he'd die in an internment camp without sharing the secret of what he'd done: a secret that leads to three murders and an acceptance of a family's destiny.
 
Book: Thin Places by Diane Owens Prettyman
An inspirational debut novel in which a prodigal son sets out to find the daughter of an executed man. In this romantic suspense novel perfect for summer reading, Finn Tully is on the downside of a prison term when he is approached by a soon-to-be executed man. Tully reluctantly agrees to find the man's daughter, Chloe, in order to prove the man's innocence to her. Chloe is a tough, no-nonsense [...]
 
Book: The Dancing Boy by Michael Matson
The Dancing Boy is a mystery. Treat Mikkelson is not exactly a burnt-out case but he's grown tired of his life as a criminologist and weary of memories of a marriage gone wrong and of his time in Vietnam. Trying to burn the bridges to his past, he finds and remodels a cabin on a small Pacific Northwest Island, settles down to enjoy fishing, setting his crab pot, digging for clams and documenting [...]
 
Book: Cold Crossover - A Chilling Northwest Mystery by Thomas Kelly
Linnbert "Cheese" Oliver, hard-luck high school basketball hero in the northwestern town of North Fork, is missing on a late-night ferry. And for real estate agent Ernie Creekmore, his father figure, friend, and former coach, the news hits hard. Ernie's suffered too much loss and pain in his life his wife, a state basketball championship, a mysterious medical malady and he just can't accept the [...]
 
Book: Fuckleberry Kin (ZspotDiaries Book 14) by Zoe Scarlatti
Fuckleberry Kin is Short Episode 14 of @ZoeScarlatti's #ZspotDiaries. The only connection Zoe had to Little Rock, Arkansas? Like so many other women, only Bill Clinton's dick. Now back on the campaign trail in this unspeakable backwater, Boston's most highly paid assassin realizes what unites Huckabee, Duggar, and Pig Farming. Sure, it's the stench. But there's so much more. @GOP y'all.
 
Book: Shadows of Tockland by Jeffrey Aaron Miller
A harrowing post-apocalyptic adventure. When young David Morr runs away from an unhappy home to join a traveling circus, he meets a quirky assortment of characters who test and challenge him as he struggles to come out of his shell and embrace his new life on the stage. But the world is full of sickness, and life on the road is fraught with peril. A plague sweeps across the land, turning ordinary [...]
 
Book: Slaying of the Innocents by Robert Eaton Dustman
Innocent people are being slaughtered with an obscure medieval weapon in and around the fictitious town of Clover Valley, which is located about 45 minutes south of Seattle, Washington. Initially, the killings appear random with no apparent motive. Suspects emerge but are soon written off as Detectives Philip Gaines and Brad Watson work through a maze of intrigue to find the perpetrators of the [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Sand Creek Bridge by Scott Wyatt
1882. Northern Pacific Railroad Camp, Idaho Territory. The body of Sheriff Roger Langston is found beneath the Sand Creek Bridge. Chinese railroad worker Wong Hok-Ling is charged with murder days after the unexpected arrival of his fiancee, Mei-Yin, who has escaped her unscrupulous father and stowed away aboard a ship bound for America. Jason McQuade, the territory's newest lawyer, must defend [...]
 
Book: Dear Earth - A Love Letter from Spring Hollow by Radine Trees Nehring
It was to be just a weekend retreat, the cabin Radine Trees Nehring and her husband, John, built with their own hands on the land they bought in the Arkansas Ozarks. All they wanted was a once-a-week refuge from the stress and trials of life in the big city one hundred miles away. But the air, the forest, and the wildlife in the place they named Spring Hollow had a haunting magic they could never [...]
 
Book: Ridgeline (The Long Journey Home) by Pamela Foster
Jeremiah Jones set off to war, a boy full of pride and ignorance, seeking glory and to prove his manhood. That boy never returned. Wounded to the depths of his soul, Jeremiah clung to sanity only by holding tight to the memory of Maggie, the girl he'd loved since the first time he saw her in his father's church. But Maggie had married another. His soul seeking peace, but his warrior's heart [...]
 
Book: River of Fire by Darrell Case
They Murdered the last pastor could Adam be their next victim?. Adam Wakefield receives an invitation to become pastor of the largest and most prestigious church in Chicago. Not wanting to leave his beloved congregation in Apple Valley,Arkansas he resists until he is sure it is God's will. On the train to Chicago Adam Meets Victoria Winters a disgraced schoolteacher. Falsely accused of beating a [...]
 
Book: Ride With Enmity by Dave P. Fisher
Texan August Miller, Marshal for Judge Parker, and former Confederate cavalryman, could never accept the South's defeat in the war. Thirteen years have passed since the surrender, yet August will not let it go. His hatred for all things 'Yankee' only deepens over the years as he watches the Northern victors "lord-over" the defeated South, and carpetbaggers grow rich on the spoils. Finally, pushed [...]
 
Book: Rose Echoes - Glimpses of Life, Real and Imagined by Geoff Piper
These poems come from a time in my life when I was paying close attention to the world around me and my own thoughts and dreams - and writing poems about all of it. I played with words and forms to create word pictures, convey moods and emotions and demonstrate action and motion. Some poems are light and whimsical, some are deep and mysterious. Many are set in places in the Pacific Northwest, [...]
 
Book: Trusting Ingrid (Romancing The Coast Book 3) by Libby Campbell
Ingrid Nickel doesn't want to go into rehab. Again. She tried it once, but it didn't work. When she meets Lachlan Morrison, their connection is electric. She sees a handsome man, directing and challenging, who won't be intimidated by a powerful woman like her. He sees a woman whose bluster and sarcasm are a cover for something deep inside her that is badly broken. The daughter of a grifter, [...]
 
Book: The Tell-Tale Stone (A Twist of Poe Mystery Series Book 2) by Velda Brotherton
Velda Brotherton returns to the scene of the crime with her second thrilling Twist of Poe mystery... The Tell-Tale Stone. A long-dead body unearthed from a shallow grave sets idyllic Grace County, Arkansas on edge, but nobody seems to be able to explain exactly why. When small town reporter Jessie West connects the victim to an unsolved diamond heist from decades ago, though, what first appears [...]
 
Book: A Walk Into Darkness by J.E. Gallagher
Marine Captain Mac McKenzie and his loyal team of special ops warriors pull off the mission of a lifetime; the rescue of two American hostages being held by Muslim insurgents in Iraq. By Presidential decree Mac and his men are ordered to Washington D.C. to entertain an offer that would change each of their lives forever. Follow these four men as they embark on top secret missions, working [...]
 
Book: A Bullet for Your Thoughts (Nate Harver Thrillers Book 1) by Lawrence W. Erickson
A Vietnamese hitman has come to the City of Roses. His kill is easy, but there's a problem. The victim was a client of Portland Private Investigator Nate Harver. What should have been a quick in and out job just got complicated. Now, the police have found this newest client, a software executive, floating face down in the Willamette River. What they call a suicide, Harver believes to be murder. [...]
 
Book: The Purloined Skull by Velda Brotherton
Everyone in Cedarton, Arkansas has their own opinion as to how a headless body came to be dug up by a marijuana farmer's dogs. DALLAS STARR is blessed, or cursed, with visions of what his Cherokee ancestors call asgi'na, ghosts, and anasgi'na, evil spirits. This combination gives him the ability to sense lingering spirits of those who've died by or committed violence. An ex-narc from the mean [...]
 
Book: A River to Die For (Something to Die for Mysteries) by Radine Trees Nehring
Join Carrie McCrite and her new husband Henry King in the fifth Something to Die For Mystery. Henry plans an anniversary surprise: the two of them will join Carrie's son Rob and Henry's half-sister Catherine for a camping trip at the Buffalo National River. When Rob and Catherine disappear, Carrie, her friend Shirley, and Henry help search for them. A River to Die For features strong women [...]
 
Book: A Cold Dish by Mike Sherer
Six strangers are drawn to Eureka Springs, Arkansas: An injured NFL quarterback, an unpublished writer, a wounded vet, a budding artist, a crooked financial adviser, and a disgraced minister, to learn they are connected in myriad ways and embroiled in a revenge plot stretching back generations, perpetrated by Timothy Thomas Franklin, a man badly injured by their grandparents, who has been [...]
 
Book: Dream Walker by Velda Brotherton
Rachel walked through Daniel's nightmares to expel the spirit that haunts him. Can he protect her from the evil that pursues her as they make their way west to begin new lives? In this Western historical romance, a wagon train leaves Fayetteville, Arkansas bound for the gold fields of California. A train begun by Cherokee leaders and white businessmen to forge a new trail to the north. A trail [...]
 
Book: Mark of the Killer by Dave P. Fisher
A Northwest Suspense Collection novel - The close-knit community of Cougar Bend lay quiet on Idaho's Clearwater River. Eighteen-year-old Ty Kavanagh, fights an inner battle of guilt and self-blame for an accidental death he had no control over. Jep, 19, whose family are the despised corrupt Shuler clan long standing enemies of the Kavanaghs, struggles to break free of the family mold and lift [...]
 
Book: Young Bass Reeves - The Life and Legend of Bass Reeves by Fred Staff
Bass Reeves was born a slave, escaped captivity during the Civil War and became the first Black Deputy Marshal west of the Mississippi. His years of service to the lawless Indian Territory helped write the history of Oklahoma. His honor and courage makes him eligible to be called the greatest lawman of his times. Bass Reeves story, based on true historical facts, will make any lover of the old [...]
 
Book: The RED PATH - Indian Brigades in the Civil War by Robert W. Walker
When hostilities in the Civil War come to Indian Territory it is no surprise that already Indian agents, all southern and "secesh" to a man had early on recruited many Indian leaders and their followers for the Confederate States of America. Southern Indian Brigades were quickly established, and one in particular under Col. Stand Watie, whose participation is key to The RED PATH. A second Chief, [...]
 
Book: Boxes For Beds by Maryann Miller
In 1961 the mob still ruled Hot Springs, Arkansas and had Sheriff Bates under their thumb. When babies are being kidnapped in nearby Pine Hollow, Bates has to put this case to bed before the bosses come down from Chicago. They don't need the heat of a major investigation that could involve the feds. Who is taking the babies? Is the current case connected to the disappearance of babies 25 years [...]
 
Book: Simon's Mansion by William Poe
Simon didn't think he would ever go home again, but to plan for his future, he needs to face his past. For Simon, the family mansion in Arkansas is a part of him. He may have fled small-town life for addiction--first to religion and then to cocaine--but he has found his way home. Now, all that's left is for him to face those he hurt along the way. As Simon navigates his constant internal struggle [...]
 


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