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Book: The Calling of Amos Puckett by Clabe Polk
Amos Puckett grows up to be a missionary in late 19th century Cuba, a Spanish Colony. Unconsciously following in his father's footsteps, he encounters a series of potentially fatal experiences and learns to use a natural gift, an interest in herbal medicine, to heal the bodies and souls of others. His defeats teach him about winning and losing, and about his faith. His wins teach him that God is [...]
 
Book: A Change of Plans, Safe Harbors #1 by Donna K. Weaver
Lyn wants to move on. She just doesn't realize it will take pirates, shipwreck, and an intriguing surgeon to do it. When Lyn sets off on her supposedly uncomplicated and unromantic cruise, she never dreams it will include pirates. All the 25-year-old Colorado high school teacher wants is to forget that her dead fiance was a cheating scumbag. What she plans is a vacation diversion; what fate [...]
 
Book: Prince of Kartoon by Robert Marquiss
Kartoon is an island besieged by evil spells of a sorcerer. Can they be broken? The Old One knew that one day a prince would come and unite the land once again. turning it back into the lavish city and island it once was. But no one believed in the prophecy anymore. An old wives tale, some said. It was a time of warring clans, there was to be no peace. Then one day a ship of peculiar design [...]
 
Book: Our Lifeship - A Study in Proverbs for Women by Lynn Wallace
Our life is a ship. The helm steers the ship. Wise counsels in Proverbs 1:5 comes from a word that speaks of the rope that guides the ship. Our Captain, the Lord Jesus Christ, will enable us to guide our ship right as we stay in His Logbook, the Bible. In Our Lifeship several examples of Biblical characters and modern-day women are used. This book contains quotations from Proverbs and other Bible [...]
 
Book: The Whaler Fortune - A tale of plague, shipwreck, mass murder, and deliverance by Wyatt Michael
On a cold April in 1786, Joseph kisses his widowed mother goodbye in impoverished St. Giles District of London, England. He is a good hard-working man and loves her, but everything in life has not been fair. Pressed by want and years spent in the run-down and polluted parts of the city, he steps aboard the Fortune, a British whale ship bound for the Pacific Ocean in hopes of a better life. As [...]
 
Book: THURSDAY'S ORCHID by Robert Mitchell
TEN WORDS HAD SEALED MY FATE. It wasn't until the waves had begun crashing into the stern of the ship, not until the salt spray was covering the decks and the hull was grinding and tearing itself upon the coral reef, not until the killing had started and terror had taken hold that I heard those ten words once more, flung at me by the wind. I cursed George for uttering them, and cursed Cheh Wah [...]
 
Book: Silver's Odyssey by Henry C. Duggan, III
My love of history, geography, canoeing and writing inspired me to write a historical fiction novel. I had always wanted knowledge of Spanish history in Florida and researching for a novel became the best route. The title, SILVER'S ODYSSEY, reflects the Spanish silver trade from the West Indies in the 17th century. The odyssey is the hero's trek across Florida in trying to survive after being [...]
 
Book: The Voodoo Woman by Kitty Margo
In this epic saga of lust, betrayal, slavery, and voodoo, Lynna Rhodes believes she has found the perfect husband in Joshua Jordan. Unfortunately, upon arrival at his cotton plantation in Charleston, South Carolina she has a sudden change of heart. Within hours, she discovers that his entire family suffers from one nightmare scenario after another due to a thirty year curse from The Voodoo Woman. [...]
 
Book: 1629 Mutiny on the Batavia by Henry Van Zanden
The tragic tale of the Batavia is one of the greatest stories ever told. Indeed, when Commander Pelsaert's Journal was first published in 1647, it became a best seller. Mutiny on the Batavia has everything: drama, romance, adventure, mystery, murder, massacre and mayhem. In 1628, the Dutch East Indiaman Batavia was the largest ship built by the biggest company in the world, the Dutch East India [...]
 
Book: The Lost White Tribes of Australia Part 1 - 1656 The First Settlement of Australia (Australia Discovered) by Henry Van Zanden
A small community, all as white as himself, he said about three hundred; that they lived in houses enclosed all together within a great wall to defend them from black men; that their father came here 170 years ago, ... from a distant land across the sea ... Lt Robert Dale 1832 Western Australia The story of The Lost White Tribes of Australia by Henry Van Zanden confirms longstanding rumours, [...]
 
Book: Destiny - A Bermuda Love Story by Marilyn Baron
The relationship of star-crossed lovers Elizabeth Sutton and Edward Morgan founders off the coast of Bermuda with the shipwreck of the Sea Venture in the seventeenth century. Edward is seduced by the captain's daughter and trapped into an unhappy marriage, but he and his new wife continue the voyage to Virginia to rescue the starving Jamestown Colony. Elizabeth, still in England and pregnant with [...]
 
Book: Eye of the Storm - The First Token (Time Game Series Book 1) by D. A. Featherling
When twins Marcus and Samantha Willoughby discover a dusty old game in an attic, life will never be the same. While handling the playing board they are swept into the past and find themselves in the middle of more excitement than they ever dreamed. They must survive a dangerous storm, an unusual kidnapper, and the possibility of shipwreck - and at the same time figure out how to traverse time and [...]
 
Book: Eye of the Storm by Cory R. Lunn
A man trying to reconnect with his parents on a sailing trip is caught in the path of a hurricane. At a remote Caribbean island, facing imminent shipwreck, the author finds himself struggling to survive inside the eye of the storm. A true story. Excerpt: Hang on tight! I shout over the roar of the storm. The inflatable dinghy suddenly drops into the trough of a wave. The crippled engine struggles [...]
 
Book: The House Of The Hidden Blade by David A. Broughton
It should have been an easy assignment, but in Jacob Hamilton's world nothing is. The contact, a middle aged man, left under the wheels of a high speed train, with nothing to show but a folder marked FOR YOUR EYES ONLY. To make matters worse, the target, a Russian petty thief known as Andrei Ovinko, has a secret past, a past that Jacob knows only too well, for you see Ovinko moonlights as an [...]
 
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: Secret Lives of Musicians by Emmett Orlaine
The lion's share of a musician's life is devoted to playing music and most of what's left is spent on music-related activities but not all of it. There's still some time remaining that's spent away from music and that's when musicians live their secret lives. These are stories from those secret lives. The musicians in these four stories vary in age, style, experience, and proficiency. They come [...]
 
Book: Daughter Of Inheritance (The Ranalda Trilogy Book 1) by Shea Meadows
Mara is a hermit, content with her solitary existence on a small island off the coast of the land of Ranalda, but a fierce storm changes her life once and for all. A small child arrives on her shore, encased in an ornate casket, dressed for burial but very much alive. Not having any way to the mainland, Mara adopts the child who she names Rose, not telling her how they came to be together. Years [...]
 
Book: The Glorious Twelfth by Alan Calder
An archaeological digrecovering a Celtic stone, a medieval shipwreck and careless talk by young archaeologist, Ben Harris, spark off a robbery on the Scottish Highland estate of Sir Ranald Sinclair, uncovering a treasure that has been hidden for centuries.The robbery follows the opening day of the grouse season, hence the title of the book. The chief villain, grail fanatic Russian Boris Zadarnov, [...]
 
Book: World Odyssey (The World Duology Book 1) by James & Lance Morcan
Set in the nineteenth century, World Odyssey (The World Duology, #1) follows the fortunes of three young travelers as each embarks on an epic journey. Their dramatic adventures span sixteen years and see them engage with Native American Indians, Barbary Coast pirates, Aborigines, Maoris and Pacific Islanders as they travel around the world - from America to Africa, from England to the Canary [...]
 
Book: Operation Wolfe Cub (The Time To Tell) by H.C. Wells
* * Foreword Clarion Reviews, 4 out of 5 stars: "At first the mind recoils at the thought of the world's fate depending on...Germany, but H. C. Wells' compelling thriller, Operation Wolfe Cub: The Time to Tell: Book I will make readers rethink their revulsion." Cascade A&E Magazine: "...unlike any other novel...elements of reality that make the harder-to-believe moments even more chilling." [...]
 


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