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Understanding Global Warming by Mark Mullen
Is humanity out of time on Earth as Stephen Hawkins suggests? Or is global warming just a one-time speed bump in the road for mankind? Either way, the climate is warming. But is man singularly responsible for this? Are there other contributing forces? Understanding Global Warming will explore both man-made and natural sources of climate change that leads to global warming. You may be surprised to discover that the Earth's [...]
 
Cycle 26 - Winter is Here by Joe Dacy
He'd see seen them in the scope of his M-16: Ravagers, surging through the snow drifts along the rural Texas highway. For 11 years without summer, Meteorologist and Forager John Snowden has fought the Ice Line, the leading edge of climate apocalypse that has buried the country in snow from Chicago to Dallas. Now, he has one goal: survive the next 50 miles. But then he hears the sound that will change his destiny: the [...]
 
The Summer of Aphrodite by Viva Jones
When free-spirited Nathalie moves to Cyprus, birthplace of Aphrodite, she is the catalyst for change for three very different women: Cat lover Ginnie is looking for Mr Right but keeps making alcohol-fuelled errors of judgement; expat-wife Anna finds her sex-life lacking and is convinced that her husband is hiding something from her; while estate agent Tanya dreams of marrying someone sexy, rich and preferably famous. As the [...]
 
First Summer with Horses by Heather L. Nelson
This story is the adventure of two city-bred, horse-crazy girls whose chance meeting influences the course of their lives. They grow up and subtly learn to accept responsibilities while pursuing their dreams during this First Summer with Horses. This story of perseverance, determination and devotion during the growing up years is an engaging and timeless story for horse-loving people of all ages.
 
Loretta Summer - Summer Reads Collection by Catie Hayes
1950, in the summer heat, Loretta arrives in a small town with a suitcase full of money and her divorce papers. Immediately she is mistaken for a small time Hollywood actress, Alice. Handsome cattle rancher Beau Denehy catches her eye. But what man would want a woman like her, with a past that Loretta can't seem to shake? Climb into her Chevrolet with the window down and enjoy the ride through to the exciting conclusion of [...]
 
It Happened One Summer - Celtic Heart Book 1 by Lynette Rees
Sensual Romance by Lynette Rees: perfect for fans of Penny Jordan and Sarah Morgan. Sizzling seduction and tantalising temptation lie ahead... Sandy Perkins is grieving for a lost love when she encounters new boss, handsome, Matt Walker. Matt initially poses as an awkward customer at the charity shop where Sandy is manageress, instead of revealing himself to her as the new area manager. Her new boss's devious behaviour irks [...]
 
Remote Control (Wynn Garrett Series, #3) by Bruce A. Borders
The best way to deal with terrorism? Kill the terrorists! The terrorists are getting smarter, but are they smart enough to beat Wynn Garrett? When Thomas Wardahl and Richard Scorby, uncover a terrorist plot to target several American cities using multiple simultaneous attacks from unmanned missile launching sites, they are quick to initiate a response. The co-directors of the Anti-terrorist Operation contact their operative [...]
 
Her Sister's Keeper by Sydell Voeller
Logan Corbett, registered nurse, suddenly becomes the guardian of her 10-year-old sister, Kim. A former prizewinning gymnast, the girl was seriously injured in the same plane accident that killed their parents. Logan admits she's overly protective of Kim, but only wants what she thinks is best for her. Dr. Zachary Dellinger, a pediatrician at the hospital where Logan works, suggests that Kim should attend a summer camp for [...]
 
Safety Hazard (Wynn Garrett Series, #6) by Bruce A. Borders
Fighting terrorism is a dangerous business! The terrorists are planning to bomb a passenger train and Wynn Garrett is planning to stop them. But the typical non-specific threat means no one is sure when or where the terrorists will strike. To prevent the attack Wynn will need to be a passenger on the train - and he doesn't like trains! Wardahl and Scorby worry his usual behavior will incite panic among the passengers before [...]
 
Progeny's Promise - The Apocalypse Revelation (The Progeny series Book 1) by Kenneth O. Wick
During Earth's and humanity's final moments... They came. Alien Visitors. A Global War. An Unavoidable Extinction Event. A 2018 Breakthrough Fiction Award Winner in Science Fiction. Progeny's Promise is a timely, important, and fast-paced sci-fi thriller / cli-fi novel --- reminiscent of Arthur Clarke's works, with a dash of Tom Clancy, A.G. Riddle, JG Ballard and Margaret Atwood. Guaranteed non-stop thrills from cover to [...]
 
Summer Harvest (The Summer Harvest Romances) by Scott Fields
SUMMER HARVEST is the warm and tender story of Frank Watson, a retired farmer who lived in a small town nestled in the cornfields of rural America. He spent his life farming the land that had been in the family for over a hundred years and reared two children with Ida, his wife for over forty years. It has been two years since the death of his wife, and Frank Watson still struggles with the loss. Every morning, he meets with [...]
 
AN ANGUISHED CRY for our endangered planet by Gladwin Das
The population explosion of the species Homo Sapiens, polluting technologies leading to climate change, and the rapid destruction of life sustaining eco-systems have brought us to the edge of a precipice. We are almost at the point of no return. We need to bring to a screeching halt this multi-pronged destruction of the ability of our planet to sustain life and the decimation of every other living species. The time to act is [...]
 
Summer Angel (Summer Spirit Novellas Book 1) by Samantha Jacobey
No one EVER had a summer romance like this. When Charlie visited another plane parallel to our own, he discovered that Summer Angels and Dark Angels battle over the fate of man. Faced with choices no one should ever have to make, his adventure has been fraught with twists and turns, with life and death hanging in the balance. His guardian, Clarisse, is the half that makes him whole, but sinister forces conspire to do more [...]
 
The Carbon Trap - The Carbon Series by Randy Dutton
Environmentalists worry about too much carbon dioxide, but what's too little? What if global financiers manipulated the global warming crisis to gain control over humanity's resources, freedoms, and population? What if someone with the financial and technical abilities decided mankind was a virus and used carbon dioxide trapping technology to plunge population levels by crashing life-essential CO2 to new lows? These are [...]
 
Deadly Passage by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
If terrorism weren't bad enough, the homegrown variety is even worse. Deadly passage explains, in part, what can drive Americans to follow the example of Islamic terrorists and attack their own country? From Five Star Review: The quality of the writing in this book can be summed up in the following way. I know almost nothing about sailing, do not care to know, yet my interest was retained through the pages describing the acts [...]
 
Disequilibrium - A World Out Of Kilter by Thierry Malleret
"Disequilibrium" is an essay at the intersection of economics, geopolitics, and political and environmental science: it connects the dots between various academic disciplines and does a great job at simplifying the increasing complexity of today's world. It contends that in the foreseeable future, our world will be lurching from one global crisis to the next as it becomes much more susceptible to shocks and surprises than [...]
 
Ben's Day by Mark C. Collins
My children's picture book, "Ben's Day" is simply a fun glance at the imaginative activities of a young boy on his first day of summer, set to rhyme. Ben's an only-child, and never encounters other kids in his adventures - instead he takes on the day accompanied only by his dog pal, Fred. The action is linear, fast-paced, and the activities are for the most part non-segued. Ben's willing motivations take him from one activity [...]
 
Memory Lake - The Forever Friendships of Summer by Nancy Kyme
2012 Next Generation Indy Book Award winner, Inspirational Category. Summer Camp. These two words have been known to inspire many things in the hearts of young girls and prospective campers - from fear, loneliness and anxiety, to joy, freedom, and lessons learned that will last a lifetime. In Memory Lake by Nancy S. Kyme the author's experience begins with the former, and is transformed by the latter. Part novel and part [...]
 
Blending In - A Tale of Homegrown Terrorism by Norman Brewer
Terrorists as we know them are social misfits. Undisciplined. Extremists seeking martyrdom. But what if terrorists were well-trained, level-headed, and innocuous? If they rejected martyrdom and valued escape to attack another day? Enter Stickman and Maple. Your next-door neighbors. Trained, disciplined and blending in. Homegrown and hell-bent on bringing down the government. Blending In follows these anti-heroes as they [...]
 
Amanda in the Summer by Brenda Whiteside
Three generations of women...and the secret that strengthens their love. A line of women, all named Amanda, stretches back for generations. Each with her hopes, her joys, her pain--each pouring out her heart in correspondence with a dear family friend who shares their lives, understands their loves, and joins in their sorrows. But within the correspondence lies a secret. And as the youngest of the Amandas retraces the journey [...]
 
Even Odds (Wynn Garrett Series, #5) by Bruce A. Borders
One man against an unknown number of terrorists. When a digital interface containing sensitive government documents and classified information is stolen from the Anti-terrorist Operation by the terrorist group ASAD, Wynn Garrett is called into action. His assignment initially is to only retrieve the interface but soon turns into more after ASAD attempts to kill him. Ignoring his original mission of finding the interface, in [...]
 
Mistaken Identity (Wynn Garrett Series, #1) by Bruce A. Borders
Assignment: "Eliminate the terrorist threat by any means necessary." The terrorism risk in America has reached an all-time high. Recognizing the need for an aggressive response, Homeland Security assigns Wynn C. Garrett to eliminate the threat of the Al Jahbid terrorist organization, by "any means necessary." Believing he is a former Navy Seal, they expect him to be politically correct and follow reasonable guidelines of war. [...]
 
Judicial Review (Wynn Garrett Series, #4) by Bruce A. Borders
Court is in session; Wynn Garrett presiding. America is being threatened from within as several high-level federal judges, sympathetic to the terrorists' cause, conspire to use their position on the Court to aid their fellow Muslims. Thomas Wardahl and Richard Scorby, co-directors of the Anti-terrorist Operation, have other plans. Realizing the danger the judges pose to national security, they call their only operative, Wynn [...]
 
Fire in the Blood (Last Moon Rising) by Dale Ibitz
In this young adult fantasy romance, the gods of nature are at war, and Earth is in chaos. During a home invasion, seventeen-year-old Haley is tumbled to Eyidora, the battle ground globe for the gods of nature. As descendant of the God of Air, Haley's called upon to stop the war. But Haley has a problem. Actually, two problems. One named Tuggin, and one named Ian. Both lie to her. Both have secrets. And neither are who they [...]
 
Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy - The New Trifecta by Geraldine Perry
Drawing on the work of independent thinkers, economists, scientists and historical evidence going back thousands of years, this book challenges conventional thinking about global warming, clean energy, environmental pollution, greenhouse gases and zero carbon, overpopulation, economic and social injustice - and how best to heal our ailing world. The book argues that the most important element in helping us understand just [...]
 

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