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Book: Forever We Play by David Belisle
It's America's pastime ... when your time is past. Baseball ... that diamond cut on emerald grass under turquoise skies ... is where heaven meets earth. Down home dialogue breezes through dugout chatter and buzzing fans to find the sunny disposition in all of us. Baseball is the true escape, taking one's soul to a better time in a better place, where life is but a game and a loss is still a win [...]
 
Book: The Convert by Fred Anderson
When the laws of reality are torn, you do or die. An accident two days before his sixteenth birthday put Dan Mackenzie in a wheelchair, but he hasn't let that slow him down. He's made a good life for himself in the Florida panhandle since then, working as a computer geek and playing basketball with his buddies on the weekends. A normal life. During a pickup game one September morning he meets a [...]
 
Book: Lost Angel by Fred A. Ludwig
When a photo of a B-17 bomber arrives at a museum one day, nearly 70 years after she was reported missing in combat, a mystery comes to light and an adventure begins. The Angry Angel was reported lost during her final mission, she never returned home. Everyone knows she was last seen falling, the flames showing, the black smoke following her as she went in the clouds. The official reports tell [...]
 
Book: Indian Lands by Fred Albert Ludwig
Tipper had been told the Western Territories already had someone living there, and that they were not interested in any of the whites encroaching onto their lands. She had been told that some called it the Great Sioux Nation, and it was peopled with savages. She had been told of wild hostiles, the Indians who rape white women; those who killed the settlers, leaving their bodies laying out on the [...]
 
Book: Blue Grotto by Fred Albert Ludwig
Sam is not one to let reports of sharks deter him from his mission. Although no one has found this sunken German U-Boat since it was reported attacked at the latter stages of World War II, he still feels he has a chance. He is a trained Agent, and he has skills. He can recover the gold it is suspected of carrying, and save the environment from the release of the mercury flasks as well. His [...]
 
Book: Kindred Souls by Fred A. Ludwig
When a crime in the good city is committed, the police get sent out to investigate. They know the job, the sight of strife and violence becomes a common sight to most over the years. Usually, it doesn't follow when you go back to the office... or home, like it was a lingering scent upon the winds. When Simon and Logan look upon a murder scene and stand there staring at the decapitated body of a [...]
 
Book: Aisling's Woods by Fred A. Ludwig
When a government agent vanishes in the woods near her new home, Aisling finds herself involved in a mystery, one that began before she was born. Returned to the town of her birth for her last year of high school, she is presented with one surprise after another. There's a troll living beneath the river bridge, and there is a toll that must be paid to cross. An ancient wolf follows her through [...]
 
Book: The Standing Stones by Fred A. Ludwig
The Standing Stones has been a part of the land for thousands of years, but when the King's daughter tells him she wants to be one of the Guardians that protect them, she is forced to flee a growing evil. In a ruthless attempt to remove her feared abilities, someone is sent after her while a dark evil spreading out over the land. The Standing Stones are now in danger from the black robed ones, [...]
 
Book: Still Looking Up by Fred Gordon
Mr Fred Gordon, a man who was born into a two-parent family, decided early in life, that the streets accepted him more than his father. His father was a disciplinarian, very rough so to get away from that he found comfort in the streets. He began dating at an early age, selling drugs, and hanging out with many friends. He even spent time in jail. Fred honestly shares the intimate details of his [...]
 
Book: Helga's Red Thigh Boots by Adam Mann
When a man meets a woman it is not always possible to show his feelings: A Canadian journalist, aka Fred, finds a place to stay with a lady, aka Hufflepuff, and her adult son in Rotterdam. At first it is very comfortable until the lady develops mid-life shivering fits in the presence of the journalist. The shivering is prelude to several passionate encounters! When the journalist is recalled to [...]
 
Book: The Dragon Twins - Pirate by Fred A. Ludwig
Captain Sara sets sail onto a troubled a sea in this sequel to The Dragon Twins: Princess. Hoping to put land behind her and feel the winds on her face as she goes sailing, she soon encounters one problem after another. A mystery begins to unfold when a vessel in distress is unexpectedly encountered after a battle with pirates, and the dangers on the waters become very real as she tries to help [...]
 
Book: Anaïs - The vampire that lives down the Lane by Fred A Ludwig
Someone new has come to town. She lives down the lane... in the old house that has been sitting there empty by the lake for many years. She's reclusive, very pretty, and has an alluring French accent. You'd never know she was over 100 years old. No one thinks it strange that she avoids the sunlight, or that you have to invite her into your home... its all just part of her charm and she has the [...]
 
Book: The Misfits by Fred A. Ludwig
The cafeteria table in Independence High has seen many students... but the ones who gather there are mostly those who get shunned by nearly everyone else. They don't know the names of the cheerleaders, they don't follow football or play any sports. It has become a gathering place for the misfits of the student body, a place of refuge against the bullies faced during the school days. Joining them [...]
 
Book: Rocha's Treasure of Potosi by Fred Staff
A fearless adventurer who defies the Crown and Church, to change history! When Francisco Rocha, wealthy son of a prominent Spanish family in the 1650s, sets out to make his fortune, unimaginable hardship and adventure await him. Risk-taking and pragmatism are in his blood: he comes from a family of conversos, Jews who were forced to become Catholic during the Inquisition. He knows about business, [...]
 
Book: The Dragon Twins - Princess by Fred A. Ludwig
Bonded together by birth and battle, the world is no longer a safe place when Kasumi, a Japanese teen, meets up with Sara, a girl from America. Together, the two girls must fight against an unknown adversary in order to save their lives. Kasumi is Bushi, with a thousand years of proud Samurai heritage. Sara is a politicians daughter, always underfoot, often ignored, with ten years practice as a [...]
 
Book: Scout Kii-jin by Fred A. Ludwig
When a battle-damaged spacecraft comes down in the night, a few wish to meet the pilot, learn from those from visit us from space. A government agency wants to strip it any usable weapons, and keep the pilot in a dark room, should they survive entry into the atmosphere and the fighters they have waiting. Far Edge Scout Kii-jin finds herself wanted when she ends up coming down in the woods while [...]
 
Book: An Eclectic Journal... Cambodia by Morgan McFinn
This journal consists of more meandering musing from the inimical Morgan McFinn...over 90 entries averaging 600 words each. A buffet of scrumptious literary hors d'oeuvre, so to speak. It was written during the period of a year when McFinn and his wife lived in a wooden, Khmer style bungalow beside the Kampot River in Southwest Cambodia. There are tributes to greatness...John Keats, Fred Astaire [...]
 
Book: The Balladeer by Fred Calvert
'Bobby Wayner was twelve when he watched his older brother, Eldon, die on the kitchen table from a shotgun wound.' The opening of Fred Calvert's lyrical novel "The Balladeer" sets the tone for this striking and poignant tale about the destruction of two families. During World War II in Kentucky, farm boys Bobby and Eldon Wayner are budding balladeers. They become intrigued with a recluse farmer, [...]
 
Book: Sergeant Goldsby and the 10th Cavalry - The Worm Turns by Fred Staff
This fast paced, action packed historical novel follows the true life story of George Goldsby. He was born a slave and lived in Alabama until the Civil War broke out and was forced to work for his master in the war effort. He was at Picket's Charge and escaped during the battle at Gettysburg. He served in the Union Army until the end of the war and then returned home to find his life in as bad a [...]
 
Book: Bass Reeves Lawman (BASS REEVES TRILOGY) by Fred Staff
The continuing story of Bass Reeves, the first black US Marshal west of the Mississippi. This volume of the trilogy will put the reader in the deadly Indian Territory and connect Bass with Pistol Pete, Belle Star and the famous Judge Issac Parker. Follow the life and legends of the most effective US Marshal in history. The adventures are great and the action is fast in the most deadly area in the [...]
 
Book: Cherokee Bill - The other Goldsby - The Other Goldsby by Fred Staff
This a the sequal to SERGEANT GOLDSBY AND THE 20TH CAVALRY. Crawford Goldsby, Cherokee Bill, was Sergeant Goldsby's son. This historical fiction is the most complete story ever told about the meanest and most feared man in the most violent territory in the US. The first part of the book will continue the story of George Goldsby and ease the reader into the life of Cherokee Bill. You will ride [...]
 
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: Judge Parker and Bass Reeves - Two Fisted Justice (Bass Reeves Trilogy Book 3) by Fred Staff
This is the final book of Bass Reeves Trilogy,. It takes Bass Reeves from about 60 up until his death in 1910, at the age of 73, He is buried in Muskogee, Oklahoma. During his 32 years as a US Marshal he captured over 3000 lawbreakers. His length of service and his bravery is unmatched by any man, in the history of Indian Territory. The trilogy describes action packed, fast moving encounters with [...]
 
Book: The Bricklayer by Rene Natan
Underneath the usual activities of a successful construction company, The Werkstein, lurk fraud, deception and murder. This all starts when Frederick Elliot Dalton, the owner of The Werkstein hires Moira Johnson, a female engineer in his otherwise all-male company. Fred knows that her presence can create problems, but he never expects it to trigger a chain of seemingly accidental deaths. Slowly, [...]
 
Book: The Thing In The Pit by Cameron Joseph
Shortly after moving to the tiny town of Sunset Kentucky, Harrison Blackstone was offered a job. Fred Potter knew Harrison was looking for extra money, so he offered him the job of tearing down his barn. He warned him about the woods just beyond the fields near his barn. They were described by some folks, as dark woods, cursed woods. Many of the locals spoke of people and animals who disappeared [...]
 
Book: A Pack of Scoundrels by Dave P. Fisher
The sequel to "Buck the Tiger" Butte, Montana is poised on the verge of a copper boom. The scent of money draws the unscrupulous like blood draws wolves. Gordon Fox, a man reclusive and arcane, has been drawn in with the intent of establishing a criminal organization that will take control of the copper market. Bella Priest, the New Orleans assassin, is following the scent to Butte with her [...]
 
Book: Designing Work by Collin Carbno
Designing work is an exploration of factors involved in making work fulfilling for employees. Seven key attributes of work that are essential for work satisfaction are explored. Seven work types or classes of work such as craftspersons, assemble line, and knowledge worker are discussed. Four different dimensions impacting work are discussed such as automation-augmentation dimension. A total of [...]
 
Book: The Princelings of the East by Jemima Pett
The Princelings of the East is the first of a trilogy telling of the adventures of Fred and George. When the King's Birthday feast is ruined by an unnatural power drain, our Princeling heroes leave their scientific experiments to set out in search of answers. They encounter the enigmatic businessman Hugo, the impressive Prince of Buckmore, the wise Lady Nimrod, the irrepressible barkeep Victor, [...]
 
Book: Ada In London - Surviving The Traumas by Gracy Ukala
Ada's motto was: "I'll live one day at a time!" Ada leaves her home, her six children, her husband and her beloved career in Nigeria to travel to London. Fred, her husband, had recently lost a substantial sum of borrowed money abroad. He brings serious pressure to bear on Ada to go and work in London to "salvage" the family from financial disgrace. Despite her protests and warning that "such a [...]
 
Book: The Inconvenient Unborn by David Carter
England in the near future - though you may not like what you see. The Cazenoves and the Wilsons don't get along, leastways the parents don't - the teenage kids adore each other, most of the time, but when the oldest Wilson girl, Tracey, falls pregnant, sparks fly. Donald Cazenove just happens to be Freddie Wilson's boss, but Fred isn't without influence himself, being the senior shop steward, [...]
 


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