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Book: Treasure of the Ant People - The Further Adventures of Charlie Hobbs by James L. Rickard
If you've been wondering what happened to Charlie Hobbs since the end of Grandpa Wore a Six-Gun? Here's the answer you've been waiting for! If you like a Western or a Fantasy, you'll get both in the genre-bending Revisionist Western, Treasure of the Ant People. Add in a little humor and some legends about Pancho Villa along with a treasure hunt and you have an exciting read in the follow-up to [...]
 
Book: Left Handed Gringo - A Martin Carter Short Story by James L. Rickard
Taking a personal response to Pancho Villa's infamous raid on the American town of Columbus, N.M., Martin Carter travels into Mexico to pursue the killers of his daughter. Writers usually work from an outline, a plan if you will, but this was written from the seat of my pants. This allows the reader to experience every twist and turn as it was imagined. Further, they can walk away at the end with [...]
 
Book: Living or Retiring in Mexico - All you need to know before you go by Leo Buijs
This updated, and second edition is a captivating collection of stories and practical information for anyone with an interest in Mexico. Especially for those who want to spend more time in Mexico or consider staying permanently. Written by a seasoned gringo, the book covers Mexican culture and history, what to expect in this foreign country and how to deal with it. From selecting a location, [...]
 
Book: Doubleback - The Georgia Davis Series by Libby Fischer Hellmann
Georgia Davis is back in this thriller, the follow-up to 2008's acclaimed novel Easy Innocence. The kidnapping of a little girl on the North Shore of Chicago sets in motion a chain of events that brings together Georgia Davis and Ellie Foreman from the lakes of Wisconsin to the rocky terrain of Arizona.
 
Book: Border Town Blues (Dalton's Blues) by Andrew Scorah
Dalton's on the run with a gal, and a gun - What begins as a search for missing D.E.A agents, turns into a race against time, through the Sonoran Desert. Jimmy Dalton and Jamie Lee Duggan are heading down Mexico way for some sun, sea, and fun. They run into trouble with the town sheriff after he uncovers drugs in their RV, a shadowy DEA agent, Eric Deacon, persuades them it would be in their best [...]
 
Book: Fleeting Visions by Rene Natan
Louis Saura is a lonely seventeen-year-old in Canada who knows what it is to fight and survive the hard way. Orphaned at the age of two and raised by a poor and sick uncle, his life suddenly changes when his uncle dies and local crime boss Camilo Estorbar comes into his life. Soon, Louis spurns Estorbar and the fight for his life begins. As Louis plays cat and mouse with Estorbar, he crosses path [...]
 
Book: Why Immigrants Come to America - Braceros, Indocumentados, and the Migra by Robert Joe Stout
Stout plunges the reader into the social and political upheaval that the immigration question exerts on 21st century America. Personal encounters, conversations, interviews and newspaper accounts provide a vivid and accurate picture of indocumentado life, both in the workplace and at home. They highlight the successes and failures of immigrants, as well as the challenges and contradictions that [...]
 
Book: Love Vegan - Authentic Mexican Favorites Made Easy by High Cedar Press
Simple, Everyday Vegan Meals Inspired By Authentic Mexican Flavours! From Tempeh Tequila Taco Sliders and Chiles Rellenos to Crispy Mexican Churros, this cookbook celebrates the flavors of Mexico and shows you how easy it is to prepare authentic and delicious vegan dishes in your very own kitchen - on even the busiest of weeknights. Whether you are a vegan, vegetarian or meat-eater looking to [...]
 
Book: Eight Days in August by Dana George
Eight Days is All it Takes... for the Blistering Kansas Plains to Explode It's 1863 and Annie Logan has no way of knowing that her fate is about to collide with history. As one man tries to solve a series of murders and the woman in his charge seeks to find her way back home, William Quantrill and his band of Southern sympathizers ride for Lawrence. Based on a true story, no one in Lawrence those [...]
 
Book: A Taste of Living in Mexico - A Collection of Stories and Suggestions for would-be gringos by Leo Buijs
'A Taste of Living in Mexico' is a collection of stories, based upon facts, and has suggestions or advise, that could be informative and or funny to anyone with an interest in Mexico. However, the content is primarily designed to benefit readers that hope to spend more time in the United States of Mexico. Either to 'live the life', or to retire there, and see their retirement budget gain [...]
 
Book: Murder Over the Border by Richard Steinitz
Yossi Abulafia, an Israeli policeman is on reserve army duty, and is photographing antelopes instead of watching the border. His post collapses suddenly, injuring him seriously. After recovering, he discovers that during the collapse he has unwittingly taken a picture of what appears to be a murder - on the other side of the border. Now on 'easy duty', he goes to an Interpol conference in [...]
 
Book: Weddings Suck - A Non Politically Correct Novel of Horror by Jay Whales
Marquand Tales is the no holds barred, non politically correct novel of horror about growing up in a small town infected with more than its fair share of things that go bump in the night. The resident of Marquand battle witches, in bred red necks, fake police officers and aliens from other planets. They then have their morning coffee and continue the day battling monsters from below the earths [...]
 
Book: Tecate Peak - The Edge by Michael Hudon
In between, in its nearly 300 delicious pages, there are continuing and interwoven subplots packed full with passion, drama, love lost and regained, moral dilemma, brotherhood, and suspense, always sandwiched by more action. Tecate Peak traces the ebb and flow, the frenzy and the calm that is the day to day life of Harry Dugan, a cop from a family of cops who proves to be the epitome of the old [...]
 
Book: Rogue Diamond by Mary Tate Engels
Border Babies Stolen and Sold! The wicked world of trafficking children crashes a quiet morning marketplace and frantically plunges Alex Julian into the arms of the only man who will help find her missing baby. Nick Diamond, hardnosed and elusive, can't resist the allure of Alex's dilemma and the horror of trafficking stolen children. Can they find little Jenni before she is sold and adopted?
 
Book: Gideon's Loop - The Gideon Legacy by Terry L. Persinger
Gideon's Loop is a sci-fi book, the 1st book in a series called The Gideon Legacy. Its' on Amazon as an e-book and createspace/3850980 in book form. This is an action adventure science fiction for ages 13 to adult readers. The Patriots battle the evil Elite who are determined to rule the world but the Patriots have an ancient secret that was stolen by H.P. Gideon from the Germans at the end of [...]
 
Book: Callahan's Gold (Southwest Desert Series) by Mary Tate Engels
Tory Talbot took a step back in time to dusty old Tombstone to claim her rightful inheritance. She was her own L.A. woman, not 'Sharkey's Little Girl,' who he left behind. Trekking in the rugged Dragoon Mountains looking for gold wasn't her idea of a trip of a lifetime. But it turned out that way. Did the yellowed treasure map lead to fool's gold? Or the motherlode? Along the way, she fell in [...]
 
Book: Bed-Bugged (Doodlebugged Mysteries) by Susan J Kroupa
Laugh out loud with Doodle, the cheeky canine narrator who has delighted dog lovers and fans of gentle mysteries of all ages. When Doodle's "career change" lands him a job with a new boss, he's not worried. Sniffing out bed bugs? Easy as pie. Well, easier, actually, as getting pie can be a problem for a dog. Doodle finds best part of the new job is Molly, the boss's ten-year old daughter, who [...]
 
Book: Mexican Eskimo Book 1: Exmikan
ABOUT THE BOOK: "Mexican Eskimo" is a story about growing up through space and time. It's a love story that weaves the silken threads of faith, trust and hope into a lifeline of spiritual guidance that tethers our present-day experience to a world of creation magic that existed so long before now, that time itself had not yet started to measure itself in years. A faithful documentation of a most [...]
 
Book: Crossing The Border by Kevin W. Bates
In 2057 amid rampant violence the U.S. is on the verge of war with the Lost Land. Determined to destroy the Lost Land, U.S. President Amos Carpenter closes the Lost Land border and hatches a secret plot to nuke the Landers into submission. But Peter Gillen and Rose Horne are determined to reach the Lost Land. With official border crossings sealed, their only hope is an overland trek through the [...]
 
Book: El Mexnophobia by Eugene Williams
Coming to grips with the new neighbors and a crazy phobia like you've never seen before. Funny story about getting to know we are all the same just a little different. Retirement isn't all that it's cracked up to be. I spend most of my time sitting on my front porch counting cars and yelling at the newspaper boy. He's not a bad kid; it's just that he can't seem to hit my front porch with the [...]
 
Book: Living On Dreams by Grant M. Handgis
Book of Poetry ~ Two Collections Poems in open verse of life in Mexico, finding love, and observations on social perspectives from an American living in Mexico. The poetry is an attempt to address complex thoughts and social experiences using simple language. It is the author's intent to connect the reader to the poet's experiences through these poems.
 
Book: Man Hunt by David R. Gross
Tom Tobin, an illiterate hunter, trader, rancher, Indian fighter and sometimes U. S. Army guide, led a small detach-ment of soldiers to hunt the Espinosas. He tracked them down, used his Hawken 54 caliber rifle to kill them at long range then cut off their heads. He returned to Fort Garland with the grisly trophies but refused the huge reward for killing them. The era of the Mountain Man, the San [...]
 
Book: The House on the Shore by Victoria Howard
2009 London Book Festival Honourable Mention; Category Fiction. Heartbroken Anna MacDonald leaves Edinburgh to find peace at the edge of a Scottish loch. Safely ensconced in her late grandmother's cottage, she can finally heal her heart and write the novel that has burned inside her for years. Her peace is short-lived. When debonair artist Luke Tallantyre's yacht gets stranded in the loch, he [...]
 
Book: Memories, Mummies, México by Ivan C. Browning
Mexico Travel Adventure Novel She's young, feisty, on a mission, and surrounded by carousing people with faces painted like skeletons. Ellen Greer is a freelance journalist whose career is on the way up. Her latest lead takes her to the historic cities of San Miguel and Guanajuato, Mexico. A "memory plant" used by an Indian healer living in a shack in the desert may help people afflicted with [...]
 
Book: The Mexican Connection - Ted Higuera Series Book 3 by Pendelton C. Wallace
Ted and Chris are lured to Mexico by an old nemesis and dragged into Mexico's drug wars where they have to confront the corruption of Mexico's law enforcement. They meet a colorful cast of characters as they search from border towns to the cosmopolitan Mexico City to ancient Aztec ruins. Female PI Catrina Flaherty is in Mexico on a mission of her own. She's hunting for the drug dealing husband of [...]
 
Book: Fighting the Storm (Cageside Chronicles - Tommy Knuckles Trilogy 1) by Jarrah Loh
The young adult fiction series for the warrior at heart. Exactly what UFC & MMA fans have been waiting for! The saga begins with the lonely Mexican teenager, Tommy, who's been beaten up his whole life. But when ghosts emerge from his dead father's boxing past, a new world of adventure, love and pain awaits as he learns to fight his way across the border to his father's homeland, and into the [...]
 
Book: The Mexican Rose (House of Cartels Trilogy Book I) by Alex St. Clair
When her husband is brutally murdered in broad daylight, schoolteacher-turned-heroine Rosa Rios finds herself immersed in the blood soaked world of the Mexican drug cartels and discovers her premonition powers. She and her fly-by-night younger sister, Mercedes, travel across a lush, storied Latin American landscape, from the decaying seaside city of Acapulco to the mystical Mayan pyramids of [...]
 
Book: A Month of Quick & Easy Meals - with Menus & Shopping Lists by Beth Maree
Take all the guesswork out of feeding a family of four. This handy cookbook incorporates shopping lists with pricing intended for Trader Joes, but it will work at any grocery store. Based on Trader Joes pricing, you can feed a family of four for under $90 per week and spend less than 30 minutes preparing most dishes. There is a variety of recipes that will satisfy most palettes, Mexican, Italian, [...]
 
Book: Fighting the Shadows (Cageside Chronicles - Tommy Knuckles Trilogy 3) by Jarrah Loh
Fighting the Shadows - Cageside Chronicles - Tommy Knuckles Trilogy: Book 3 - This is the fiction book series that UFC and MMA fans have been waiting for. Fighting the Shadows is the epic finale to the Tommy Knuckles Trilogy. As a world championship looms ever so close, sex, drugs and money threaten to spiral Tommy's life into turmoil as his family and friends fall to the wayside. Heroes turn to [...]
 
Book: The Fourth Fisherman - How Three Mexican Fishermen Who Came Back from the Dead Changed My Life and Saved My Marriage by Joe Kissack
We each came to a moment of brokenness; what we found there was God. And he was enough. It was the subject of headlines around the world: Three Mexican fishermen in a small open boat without any supplies, drifting for more than nine months and 5,500 miles across the Pacific Ocean. Through blistering sun and threatening storms, they battle starvation, dehydration, hopelessness, and death. Their [...]
 
Book: A Gringo's Tour of Mexico - The Practical Traveler's Guide by Grant M. Handgis
This book is not a tour guide or standard travel guide. It is a pragmatic guide for the traveler, whom, by definition is not a tourist. Tourists are on short vacation, seeking luxurious accommodations while seeing local sites. Travelers have no timeline nor schedule, and are seeking local accommodations with all the flavoring surrounding the experience. Travelers are likely to know, or want to [...]
 
Book: Just For The Birds (Hetta Coffey Series Book 10) by Jinx Schwartz
Hetta Coffey is a sassy woman with a snazzy yacht and she's not afraid to use it! While docked at Marina de la Paz, in Mexico's hauntingly beautiful Sea of Cortez, Hetta gets a surprise visitor that sets off a chain of events like only Hetta can manage to get herself embroiled in. With her best friend, Jan, and her dog, Po Thang, they are hot on the trail of some dastardly smugglers. Scroll Up [...]
 
Book: Stop and Think About Guns in Your Life-Childhood by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is a unique form of memoir which focuses exclusively on specific events during a lifetime that exposed the writer to various types of firearms and weapons in a whole gamut of situations that took place in many different parts of the world. The author, draws almost exclusively on his own experiences. He is neither a gun collector nor gun enthusiast, and has never served in any military or [...]
 
Book: TALES OF THREE STORIES - BETTER BE FUNNY by Eugene Williams
Three of my favorite stories all in one place. Enjoy the award winning short story The Lunatic of Trenton, the never-ending tales from an old man in lunatic asylum who in his mind was responsible for the Russian Revolution, and starting World War One, all in the name of changing the world for the better. From there we join Samuel Clemens reading a newspaper article to a young boy sharing a log [...]
 
Book: The 47th Indiana Volunteer Infantry - A Civil War History by David Williamson
Organized at Indianapolis in December 1861, the 47th Indiana Volunteer Infantry's Civil War service spanned the Mississippi Valley and the Gulf South. From Louisville to New Orleans and on to Mobile, General James R. Slack and the 47th Indiana took the war to the inland waterways and southern bayous, fighting in many of the Civil War's most famous campaigns, including Vicksburg, Red River and [...]
 


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