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Book: THIS n THAT - Mariam's Stories by Mariam Cheshire
Mariam looks back over her 92 years and wants to leave a legacy for her family that follows. By telling her stories, she leaves a picture of her times. She tells of her struggles to publish and her excitement over a success. These were all published in small magazines in those early years - adult fiction with a happy ending, pre-teen stories to show the way to go, and children's adventures set in [...]
 
Book: Cheyenne Legacy - The final journey (The revenge sequels Book 5) by Ken Coleman
After years of gambling, womanizing, drinking and gun-fighting, not to mention running from the law on occasions, Will Ryder realises it is time to change his life while he still has a life to change. However, he had not reckoned on meeting Ruth, the tall, statuesque and beautiful girl who had been raised by Cheyenne Indians from an early age and had decided that she would drag him across four [...]
 
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: Arizona Wildlife Notebook by Garry Rogers
In the year, 2015, lethal heat waves and storms made it clear that humanity was changing the Earth. Anyone who paid attention to the news knew that Earth's animals and plants were disappearing. Total extinction of a species usually results after years of decline. In 2014, the World Wildlife Fund, the Zoological Society of London, and other organizations conducted an extensive analysis of more [...]
 
Book: Tie Me Down (Arizona Heat Book 1) by Katie Douglas
Maybe it's just pregnancy hormones but I really want to lick him. I've ended up in a huge mess... my ex-boyfriend Jimbo wasn't the dark soul with a heart of gold I thought he was. He knocked me up and then knocked me about. And when he tells me that I can't keep the baby, it's time to get out of Seattle. A fainting episode in a gas station in the Arizona desert leads me to Lawson. A real life [...]
 
Book: The Texicans by Jinx Schwartz
An epic saga of Texas and a family who struggled to build their life there Thirty years before the showdown at the Alamo. When a pioneer family immigrates to Spanish Texas in 1806, they soon find themselves inexorably drawn into the bitter conflict between Mexico and Spain. Joining forces with a dashing young Royalist deserter, they join in the battle to successfully free Mexico and Texas from [...]
 
Book: THE BEIJING MEMORANDUM - America's Worst Nightmare - The Chinese People's Republic of Mexico by JB Morris
Make no mistake: the China threat is real. From the heavily guarded Zhongnanhai compound in Beijing, Situation Room at the White House, FBI Headquarters in Washington D.C., and the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City comes the breathtaking THE BEIJING MEMORANDUM. Former Marine Gunnery Sergeant Moses Remington. Moses knew terror firsthand. He saw it during his combat deployments in Fallujah, Iraq, and [...]
 
Book: Shine Like The Sun by A.L. Means
As the new century dawns, Roy Huntley is in his early 50s and well past the usual shelf life for a rock and roll star. He has had his share of fame and fortune, and settled for a scenic Shangri-La in Arizona and a second wife young enough to be his daughter. Hanging out with fellow British bandmate Chris Russell has passed the time nicely for a couple of years. But time to reflect has had its [...]
 
Book: How To Own Your Government - How we can improve security at home, balance the federal budget and boost the national economy without raising taxes by Rob ...
As someone who has closely watched politics at local and national levels over a lifetime, I'm still amazed every day by the assumptions that exist in the minds of voters and those they elect to office. Working as a journalist, newspaper editor, National Affairs columnist and freelance writer during forty years of a love/hate relationship with the news reporting business, I've had the opportunity [...]
 
Book: End of Beyond by Jonathan Macauley Nielson
For history professor Tim Strange summer beckoned. He'd escape the heat of Prescott and go north. Montana called to him. Having recently lost his wife in an auto accident, her memory still heart-achingly fresh, the beauty of 'Big Sky' country seemed like soul-saving deliverance. She was sitting in his pickup, distraught, terrorized. His student, Abeline Davis, pleaded with him. She had no one [...]
 
Book: Counterstrike - A Novel by John Groh
Counterstrike. In 1995 two brothers are hard at work developing real estate in Phoenix, far removed from danger. Spencer, the older, is first among equals until his younger brother Boyce suffers a deep loss when his wife dies in the horrific accident. Boyce suspects Spencer's involvement, and that ignites personal and professional backstabbing in which each tries to unhinge and outwit the other. [...]
 
Book: Story of The Ghost by Charles Mahoney
Story of The Ghost is my debut novel that took me roughly 2.5 years to write. The title stems from my experience playing football at The University of Arizona. This was in the mid 90's. One day, a person who I did not know came up to me and said, "Hey, you're The Ghost." I had never heard that before and so I shrugged it off. Years later, the notion of that moment and those words struck me. Here [...]
 
Book: Socialism Exposed - Which Door Will You Choose? by William W. Figley
SOCIALISM EXPOSED pulls back the curtain so you can see this political philosophy for what it is, and where it has been taking our once great nation. We clearly see the devastating effects of socialism on other countries, such as Venezuela, and yet the push by the left for this failed system of government is trumpeted ever louder and stronger. Far from a boring history manual, the explosive [...]
 
Book: What Happens Next? A Life's True Tale by Billy Ray Chitwood
A non-fictional memoir that covers the author's time in East Tennessee and his whirlwind education in the big world of neon lights, gin mills, pretty ladies, acting, television, stage, and film. It is also a book that takes a remarkably honest look at some mistakes and triumphs. It is a story that has depth beneath the glitter of shiny piano bars and lovely women, beneath a family disconnect and [...]
 
Book: When Pigs Fly by Bob Sanchez
Retired cop Mack Durgin used to bust perpetrators in Massachusetts, but now he's widowed and living in Arizona. When a FedEx driver drops off an urn filled with his friend's ashes at his front door, Mack reluctantly knows he must fulfill George Ashe's final wish: to have his remains spread over the Grand Canyon. But Mack has no clue what lies hidden within the urn besides his friend's ashes. On [...]
 
Book: Covert World - Czechmate by Thom Tate
Book 1 of the Covert World, short story series. Pulled into the dark world of raves, sex and drugs by the euphoric state the Ecstasy provided her, Tracy Clark, the all of 19 daughter of U.S. Ambassador James Clark, was a willing player in Sergey Dubrovskiy's rise to glory among the drug dealers and the club scene in Prague. Her beauty and charm helped lure in new customers for Sergey, but her [...]
 
Book: Stranger Abduction by Billy Ray Chitwood
It is a sunny Sunday in May, 1993. After church, a mother and her lovely fourteen-year old daughter walk three miles to a country store for cigarettes and ice cream. It is a walk members of the family often take in this rural Sulphur Springs Valley area of southeastern Arizona near the Mexican border. The mother and daughter arrive at the store in a jovial mood, trading pleasantries with [...]
 
Book: The Widow from Lake Bled by Kirby Wright
Whether it be a Hawaiian beach or an attic in eastern Europe, each locale is rendered in precise and empathic verse. Wright's poems are wrought with such care and intelligence testaments to his mastery of craft. Tristan Beach, The Conium Review LAKE BLED is the best volume of poetry I have read since...Ginsberg's HOWL. It is unrelentingly frank and almost impossibly beautiful. Joseph W. Bean, [...]
 
Book: Willowtree (Bruce DelReno Mysteries Book 1) by Mike Bove
In this cozy mystery Bruce DelReno, retired mailman and avid golfer finds a body near the golf course. He attempts to link this to other murders, which he sees connected to the entanglements and secrets of a group of locoweed smoking locals. His friend, an Apache Indian, becomes involved and supplies much of the dry humor. Much of the story takes place at the golf course, a favorite restaurant, [...]
 
Book: Oink! Only in Korea! - Based on true events that happened in and around the Demilitarized Zone, Republic of Korea circa 1980 by David H. Osterhout
OinK! Only in Korea! In 1980, years after Vietnam and even more years before Desert Storm, America was experiencing a seventeen-year period of peace. One of the few places a young army officer could find adventure was on the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in Korea, Freedom's Frontier. The second day in-country, the lieutenant was no longer a Korean cherry boy. Hours later he found himself inside the [...]
 
Book: Be Mindful by Shirley Ford
This book is the sequel to Every Why in which you first meet the McPhail family. Be Mindful continues to follow the trials and tribulations of the six women as they endeavour, in their naive and inexperienced way, to create the idyllic life that old Angus McPhail envisaged for them. Mishaps and accidents continue to happen. Who could be responsible for them this time? Can Susan, finally rise to [...]
 
Book: Immortal Relations - Coming Out by Guy D. Ogan
After saving mankind from a war between two major powers before it went nuclear and solving two ecological disasters, our guardian vampires discuss coming out to humans. Seeing a potential for an open relationship protecting humans from evil vampires, criminals & power-mad politicians, a newer member of the good coven proposes they support patriots fighting for humanitarian liberty. This idea for [...]
 
Book: The Reluctant Savage by Billy Ray Chitwood
Marcie Madden and Billy Jay Campbell were high school sweethearts and very much in love. Separated by years of military service and advanced education, they reunite and find themselves suddenly in a world of mystery and intrigue. Billy's best friend and co-worker is murdered. Marcie's husband is a law partner with a man of evil who thrives on power and greed. More murders and more greed later, [...]
 
Book: Superstition Gold by Melissa Bowersock
Married and widowed within a 24-hour period, beautiful Leigh Banning watches as her storybook New Orleans life crumbles away piece by piece. In a heartbroken attempt to start over, she travels to the wilds of frontier Arizona in an effort to understand the father she never knew and is rewarded with gold from the legendary Lost Dutchman gold mine in the Superstition Mountains. The gold comes with [...]
 
Book: Refuge in his Arms by Lizzie Ashworth
Even in her sleep, Mackenzie Kilpatrick remembers this is a dream she has dreamed before. She snugs her forehead against Sid's neck and inhales his familiar scent. His strong arms clasp tightly around her, pressing his heartbeat through the thin cotton t-shirt. She strokes the back of his neck as her face nestles in the curve of his shoulder. The dream shifts and changes. Sid's husky voice comes [...]
 
Book: The Horse That Haunts Dreams by Anna M. Larson
The tale of a young lady and her beloved horse following twenty-three years of the horse's life and eventual death. If you have a horse, then you know how other horse people are. They are always asking questions like: "How did you get your horse?", or "Why is your horse named that?", or "What was your first horse like?" That is what this book is about. What my first horse was like, how I got my [...]
 
Book: Contingency by Brian J. Wagner
Meet Doctor Tom Davis, a world renowned geneticist and physician practicing in Phoenix Arizona and the country's foremost authority on the subject of human reproductive cloning. Tom's practice, eXgen Incorporated, is focused on reproductive medicine primarily infertility treatment because that's what pays the bills and is what makes possible the research that is his real passion. All is well at [...]
 
Book: The Republic by Peter O'Lalor
This is a student's guide to the The Never Realized Republic published in print, (2004) and a Kindle rewrite, (March of 2012). Since the book covers a lot of history it also explains what makes history non-fiction and explains the history of the written word. It is a lesson in scholarship as well as a lesson not only in history, but what history the American Founders were most familiar with. For [...]
 
Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to INDEPENDENCE HALL & The Museum of the American Revolution by Barbara Ann Mojica
WHY DOES INDEPENDENCE HALL NATIONAL PARK INSPIRE FREEDOM-LOVING PEOPLE EVERYWHERE? YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK TO GET THE ANSWERS. Visit the birthplace of the United States. Learn about the history of Independence Hall. How was the federal Constitution created? What is the Declaration of Independence? How did women, slaves, and workers view it? How did the revolutionaries survive against a great [...]
 
Book: Doubleback - The Georgia Davis Series by Libby Fischer Hellmann
Little Molly Messenger is kidnapped on a sunny June morning. Three days later she's returned, apparently unharmed. Molly's mother, Chris, is so grateful to have her daughter back that she s willing to overlook the odd circumstances. A few days later, the brakes go out on Chris's car. An accident? Maybe. Except that it turns out that Chris, the IT manager at a large Chicago bank, may have [...]
 
Book: The Never Realized Republic - Political Economy and Republican Virtue by Peter O'Lalor
European and early American; social, political, and economic history. Focusing on Constitutional interpretation, and the precedents that were established, during the early 1790s. It is as well, a critique of present scholarship, which has altered the perception of America's federal role and its relationship with State governments' sovereignty.
 
Book: The Ancient Ones by Lori Hines
Lorelei Lanier is adjusting to the powerful connections she has to spirits. Unfortunately, her medium abilities are only the beginning. While working a dark arts case with the FBI and the Arizona-Irish Paranormal Research Society, she discovers she is the reincarnation of Annie O'Shea, the original owner of the Texas Canyon Ranch where the mystery unfolds. Underground tunnels, Stonehenge-like [...]
 
Book: TFS Guardian - The Terran Fleet Command Saga – Book 5 by Tori L. Harris
An ancient alliance under siege ... A threat for which we are not prepared ... And "Grey" aliens who are not at all what we expected. The enigmatic Greys have returned, bearing a host of stunning revelations regarding their role in Earth's history, the Pelarans, and Humanity's place in the cosmos. The Pelaran Alliance has effectively disbanded, and Pelara itself is now dominated by the same [...]
 
Book: Revolution - Shattering the Republic - Will Our Government Declare War On America's Patriot Movement? by David L. Miner
America faces economic disaster. The President declares war on all Conservative Americans. Martial Law is declared in all Fifty States. United Nations troops are brought to America to assist. Patriots across the country are rounded up and placed in concentration camps. Thousands are shot dead or missing in the largest law enforcement operation in history. Small groups of patriots around America [...]
 
Book: Under The Desert Moon (Desert Sky Series) by Mary Tate Engels
Annie had only been in Silver Creek a few years, after turning her back on big city life. Now she wanted the independence of her own business, tough as it was. She gazed at the man reputed to be a hero, back in the small Arizona town after years of life in the big city. He was no longer the skinny kid next door, stealing apples from her uncle and throwing them at the cattle on his father's ranch. [...]
 


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