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Book: Cruising Panama's Canal - Experience the sights, sounds and thrills of cruise travel, told with the wit and charm of travel memoir writers Al & Sunny ...
Who would have guessed that it would have taken an almost fatal car accident to motivate Al and Sunny Lockwood to take a cruise ship vacation to the Panama Canal? Riveted by their near death experience. this charming couple decided to make their bucket list dream cruise vacation come true, and now they want to share it with you! Come along with them as they share intimate details of their 17-day [...]
 
Book: A Geezer's Survival Guide to Costa Rica by Jay Brian Schoonmaker
REVISED MARCH 2015 - "A Geezer's Survival Guide to Costa Rica" is a guide for "extended stays" in Costa Rica; where you need things beyond what is offered at a resort; it also offers hints usable before you exit from the airport. In this book an "extended Stay" is 90 days or more, but items in this book apply as soon as you arrive in Costa Rica. Where you may want to stay with advantages and [...]
 
Book: Savor Chichicastenango in One Day by Sheri Kretzschmar
This book is for people who will visit Chichicastenango, Guatemala. There are several travel books on Guatemala but none only on Chichicastenango. I live in Chichi so I have access to new information, that other writers do not have. Market days are on Sunday and Thursdays. Chichi has the largest market in Central America. You will be able to purchase carvings, masks, flowers, brightly colored [...]
 
Book: Central Ohio's Historic Prisons (Images of America) by David Meyers
With the opening of the Ohio State Reformatory in 1896, the state legislature had put in place "the most complete prison system, in theory, which exists in the United States." The reformatory joined the Ohio Penitentiary and the Boys Industrial School, also central-Ohio institutions, to form the first instance of "graded prisons; with the reform farm on one side of the new prison, for juvenile [...]
 
Book: House Divided - America Libre Trilogy by Raul Ramos y Sanchez
Once they had a country, a culture, a future. Today, upheaval and betrayal have turned their world upside down. And for one family-a U.S. war hero, his deeply religious wife, and their impressionable fourteen-year-old son-a new struggle has just begun. Mano Suarez made a choice to fight against injustice, and his wife can only pray for his deliverance. Now their son, Pedro, takes up his father's [...]
 
Book: Temples and Tacos by Valerie Astill
This fascinating expedition consisted of so much more than learning about ancient civilisations such as the Aztecs, Zapotecs and Mayans and seeing the remains of their once great cities. Whether travelling by coach, visiting a remote site by five-seater 'plane or travelling up-river by boat, the journey itself was part of the adventure. However, it was the discovery that many Indians still [...]
 
Book: Ship of Dreams by Brenda Hiatt
Half a century before Titanic, another famous shipwreck captured the hearts and imagination of the world. In 1857, laden with gold and adventurers fresh from the California Gold Rush, the luxury sidewheel steamer SS Central America went down in a hurricane off the Carolina coast. Many were saved, many were lost, and lives were changed forever. Relive the experiences of her passengers, as told [...]
 
Book: The Shell of a Person by Lance Pototschnik
The 2014 National Finalist for The Journey Award in narrative non-fiction The Kindle Book Review "Never have disgusting, miserable living conditions been so funny. When someone finally finds a way to send back a report from hell, I hope it will be Lance Pototschnik. Except this guy is going to heaven, for the way he writes." The San Francisco Book Review "Memorable passages that will yank at your [...]
 
Book: America Libre by Raul Ramos y Sanchez
After years of anti-immigrant backlash, anger seethes in the nation's teeming barrios. The crowded streets bristle with restless youth, idled by a deep recession. When undercover detectives in San Antonio accidentally kill a young Latina bystander during a botched drug bust, riots erupt across the Southwest. As the inner-city violence escalates, Anglo vigilantes strike back with shooting [...]
 
Book: Triumph & Hope - Golden Years With the Peace Corps in Honduras by Barbara E. Joe
When the author announced plans to join the Peace Corps in her 60s, a male friend was skeptical, predicting her prompt return home, "by Christmas at the latest." But thanks to the welcoming folks of two towns El Triunfo, The Triumph, and La Esperanza, The Hope acknowledged in her book's title she extended her stay beyond the usual term and finally made peace with the tragedy of her son's untimely [...]
 
Book: A Kid's Guide to Costa Rica by Jack L. Roberts
NEWLY ENHANCED AND EXPANDED MAY 2019: A Kid's Guide to Costa Rica is an engaging, easy-to-read book for kids about this fascinating country where two-thirds of all animal and plant species live. With its stunning, full-color photographs, the book provides an engaging introduction to the people, customs, and culture of this Central American country. Designed primarily for recreational, [...]
 
Book: Maggie At Sea: A Maggie McGill Mystery (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 5) by Sharon Burch Toner
Maggie McGill Mystery #5 - If Allie McGill had dreamed that the holiday cruise on the MV Pelican, the floating campus student cruise ship, would develop into such an extraordinary series of adventures, she would not have gone and she never, ever would have taken her mother. As it was, however, she and her mother, Maggie, are pitched into an amazing adventure. The lovely, relaxed cruise becomes [...]
 
Book: The Bleaklisted Books (The Feline Central Books Book 2) by Donna Brown
Many moons ago a despotic cat named Charlie decided that he wanted to be a book critic. It would fit so nicely with his existing roles as food critic, dog critic and owner critic. Thus The Bleaklisted Books was born and Charlie has never looked back. This first volume of The Bleaklisted Books sees Charlie review (pull to pieces) an array of literary masterpieces, including Ulysses, Charlotte's [...]
 
Book: Stories From The Central African Republic by Philomene Koya
Please change the wholesale summary to the following (this was uld through the XML process and only the first sentence was pulled): Life can be unfair sometimes, but as beings, we should not be unfair to one another. Every story in this book teaches lessons about life. All the stories are well written with details that capture the reader's attention. Every reader will find the stories in this [...]
 
Book: The Liar's Guide to South America by Michael Delwiche
Andrew Mozart is in love. He fell for Sarah the first time they met, but he could never find the courage to tell her. When she leaves work on a gap year adventure to South America, he thinks he has missed his chance. Until he moves desks, and finds her computer still logged in to her email account. Sarah's old emails reveal that she thought more of him then he believed possible. Armed with [...]
 
Book: The Old Man and Me by R. C. Larlham
The Old Man and Me is a collection of true stories that describe with humor and love the best of the friendship that grows between a father and his son. The stories begin with vignettes from toddlerhood, and cover all the ages from then to high school graduation (and a little bit beyond). The Old Man and Me taken as a whole is a story of love and joy and growing up in a time before television [...]
 
Book: Holiday Gone Wrong - An Adventures of Zelda Richardson mystery thriller series short story set in Panama and Costa Rica by Jennifer S. Alderson
After a tiresome year of computer programming, Zelda Richardson is back on the road - destination Panama and Costa Rica. Learning to scuba dive, exploring Central American rainforests, and climbing a volcano sounded like the perfect antidotes to Seattle's spring rains. When a banana farmer tells her about the Disquis spheres he found on his property, she can't resist going to the site. Her visit [...]
 
Book: The Warrior Among Us by Dick Hrebik
After the destruction of their home planet, Sarnificus, Deke and his followers migrate to Earth where they find a politically charged planet in the midst of its own violent upheaval. Led by Deke, the Sarnifikans live secretly among us, studying our warlike behavior and using their advanced knowledge to prevent the disaster that happened on their planet from happening here. But can they? It seems [...]
 
Book: The Lost Baggage of Silvia Guzmán by Mike Robbins
When Silvia's country falls apart after a coup, she flees to London. Picked up by the police, she is dumped for weeks in a bed-and-breakfast with a crazy landlady, then rescued by cold intellectuals. She finds she is a nuisance to one side and a cause to the other, with no dreams, family or opinions of her own. Until she meets another, earlier, refugee; and then she has a surprise for everyone. [...]
 
Book: A Tale of Survival - From War Ravaged Europe to the Promise of America by Thomas Kando
Tom Kando is born at the epicenter of the world's greatest war. In Hungary, his family survives the holocaust, the nazi and soviet occupations, the bombs, the genocide, and starvation. They escape from Budapest to Paris, living in abject poverty as war refugees. The boy roams the streets, subways and slums, encountering violence and dangerous people. Tom and his family keep moving, gypsy-like, [...]
 
Book: Testimonies (Witnesses Book 3) by Richard French
Warfare. Plague. Political Corruption. Faith and Love. "Testimonies" is the third novel in a series called "Witnesses". It consists of several narratives - one about a young couple who live three centuries in the future, three stories that feature soldiers in the recent past, and a novella about a disgraced government official at the turn of the 20th century. In easier times, these people decided [...]
 
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: Rapture Factor on America by Edward L. Brownlee
Do you want to know the real reasons God ordained the rise of the nation called the United States? Who were the real people God planted and used to bring blessings upon a new nation setting a foundation for success? Rapture Factor on America takes a look at how this giant the United States became a nation and its divine purpose in the earth. Learn how God used individuals by his divine providence [...]
 
Book: Paraguay - A Tour Guide by Erwin Boschmann
This colorful book on PARAGUAY is the first comprehensive English language tour guide published about this small, land-locked country. Arriving in time for the Mennonite World Conference in Asuncion, Paraguay in July of 2009, the first three chapters on Basics, Information on Getting There, and Information While Being There provide the nuts and bolts: from the name Paraguay, to facts and figures, [...]
 
Book: Saving America - The War We Can't Ignore by Michael Jolayemi
Few today would deny that America's unique historical moral and cultural values are rapidly eroding in an unrelenting onslaught of increasingly vulgar examples of "free" expression. Every area of culture, media, politics and social discourse has become infected with a virtual meltdown of its former wholesomeness. In short, the nation is constantly bombarded with godlessness. What has become of [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - For Better Or Worse (Book 1) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
Telling it like it is and like it was. Not for people who avoid the truth and rely on disinformation, who need happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. Instead, this book is for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth about America's past and present, for better or for worse. So it is controversial. Our American Democracy has changed in the 21st century.
 
Book: The Bakery Girls by Florence Ditlow
When entrepreneurial Floyd Stitt opens a bakery in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1908, his timing is perfect. Barely emancipated women eagerly buy his delicious bread, cakes and pies and Stitt's Bakery flourishes. Growing up surrounded by flour and sugar, Stitt's three attractive daughters have the bakery in their blood. Artistic Dot, enigmatic Louise and problem-solving Elaine come of age in the [...]
 
Book: An Egg and A Cigarette - Tales of a Family's Volunteering in Ecuador and Peru by Shari Harris-Dunning
"Mommy, why are so many people in Guatemala so poor?" "Sweetie, it's such a complicated answer." "Mommy, we need to help." This seemingly innocent conversation inspired the Dunning family to embark on a family volunteer trip to a "lesser developed" part of the world. In 2010, the Dunnings took off four months and volunteered in Ecuador and Peru. This book describes how they found family [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - A Political, Historical, Sociological Perspective (Book 2) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
This is not for people who avoid the truth, and rely on disinformation. It's not for people who have to have happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. This is telling it like it is and like it was. It's for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth, for better or worse, about political, historical, and sociological America. So it is controversial. In the 21st century in America [...]
 
Book: The Wish Rider (The F.I.G. Mysteries Book 2) by Barbara Casey
Seventeen-year-old Dara Roux and her two best friends, Mackenzie Yarborough and Jennifer Torres, the three collectively referred to as the F.I.G.'s (Females of Intellectual Genius) because each has an intelligence quotient in the genius range, have just returned from Frascati, Italy. It was there that their much loved teacher and mentor, Carolina Lovel, discovered that her birth parents were [...]
 
Book: Neurology - The Amazing Central Nervous System by April Chloe Terrazas
Neurology explores the complexities of the Central Nervous System, beginning with the different sections (lobes) of the brain, continuing to the spinal cord and concluding with the structure and function of the neuron. Bold images engage the reader and color-coded text reinforce new material. Learn advanced vocabulary and bring out your inner Neurologist! Fun for all ages.
 
Book: Angling Bumateurs - Book 5 in the Sell the Pig trilogy by Tottie Limejuice
The final installment of the popular travel memoirs series set in France's Auvergne region. 'I doubt my life has any vast sea changes ahead,' Tottie wrote in Book 4 of the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series. Biff the Useless Mention was intended to be the end of the extended trilogy. But then, one day, a big grey wolf DID come out of the forest. Things were about to change dramatically for Tottie [...]
 
Book: The Culling of Man - Rise of the New World Order by J. Micha-el Thomas Hays
The same occult group of people who have been ruling over humanity for thousands of years continue to do so to this very day. The one world government prophesized in the Bible is unfolding behind the scenes right as you read this, and was given the catchy name of the 'New World Order'. You can learn right now all of the most important components of the NWO and how they interlock to form a [...]
 
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. [...]
 
Book: Sell the Pig - a travel tale with a twist (The Sell The Pig Series Book 1) by Tottie Limejuice
What happens when dementia, depressed dipsomania and downright dottiness decide to uproot from the UK and move to France together. Worried by the lack of care for her frail elderly mother in the UK, Tottie decides a new life elsewhere might be the answer. Sell the Pig is a travel tale with a twist, describing with alternating humour and poignancy how a somewhat dysfunctional family decide to [...]
 


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