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Gordon E. Abbo               

A Meeting of Two Worlds                        Science Fiction

George Abooli, a recently unemployed amateur astronomer, has everything to gain when he encounters the Reptons, a friendly race of reptilian humanoids from the Tau Ceti system. He accepts an invitation to visit their home planet and is taken on an interstellar journey. George marvels at the pristine world and nearly utopian society he discovers. Concerned with humanity’s social problems, he asks his alien hosts to help him introduce their advanced technology to his home world. George’s request fits in with the Reptons’ own plans. They have been studying Earth with cloaked starships for half a century and are ready to reveal their existence to the people of Earth. They appoint George as their ambassador. However, as with any new diplomatic initiative, things do not go as planned…

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A New Beginning                        Science Fiction

 
The nuclear war that everyone has always feared finally comes to pass after friendly reptilian humanoids, the Reptons, reveal themselves to the people of Planet Earth. Unable to halt the cataclysm, they manage to save a paltry one thousand humans and transport them to the aliens’ home planet in the Tau Ceti system. There the Reptons help the refugees establish a colony to act as a latter-day Noah’s Ark until such time as the Earth can once again be made habitable. Charles Pankin, the leader of the colony, works with Interplanetary Ambassador George Abooli and the Repton rulers to prepare for the day when humanity can return home. With the example of the Reptons’ nearly-utopian society to follow, Pankin believes he can evade the mistakes that almost led to the extinction of the human race. However, the age-old dream of a utopian society once again collides with the imperfections of human nature. The colonists find they must overcome daunting challenges and personal tragedies to achieve their goal of a repopulated and peaceful Earth. Then something else goes wrong.

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A Galactic Odyssey                        Science Fiction

Humanity’s return to Earth following the devastating nuclear war has met with catastrophe and forced the survivors to retreat to the thriving human colony on Tau Ceti 2. With the re-colonization of Earth a bust, the Reptons include their human friends in their own colonization plans. With the new generation of Repton starships, the two species can reach every habitable world within a thousand light-years of Tau Ceti. Paul Collins and Heather Dixon are members of the mixed Repton/human crew aboard Te Laposo, the first of these new super ships. Their mission is to seek out planets suitable for habitation and to return to Tau Ceti to report. However, the new hyperdrive still has bugs in it. When the drive malfunctions and hurls them far across the Milky Way, they find themselves more than 50,000 light-years from Tau Ceti with no way to get home. Nor is fixing the hyper-drive their only problem. The local stellar neighbor-hood is full of danger and crowded with other spacefaring species, some of whom are not happy to see them…

The Warrior Woman                        Science Fiction

After nuclear war makes the Earth uninhabitable, humanity’s survivors are sheltered by the Reptons, an alien race from the Tau Ceti system. With a thriving human colony planted on Tau Ceti 2, the two races begin a program of expansion to the surrounding star systems. During their explorations, they come across a world where the entire native civilization has been wiped out by unknown invaders. Another Repton/human starship follows a mysterious signal in space to a system where they discover the Bardrosians. Like humanity, the Bardrosians are refugees, having fled their planet when it came under attack by the warlike Thessals, who are out to conquer other worlds. Weapons officer Heather Dixon learns the ancient martial arts tradition of the Bardrosians to become an elite warrior against the Thessals. The odds are against her and the Repton/human/Bardrosian alliance, because the Thessals possess a massive army of deadly ‘droids and a planet-busting super weapon. Survival of the human race is once again in doubt.

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Nunzio Addabbo                 

Target *JFK* - True Crime

The long kept secret of the monumental conspiracy and assassination of President Kennedy is finally being revealed by Nunzio and Elizabeth Addabbo in their exposè, TARGET *JFK*.

Many books have been written regarding JFK’s assassination. Many people with some pieces of the complex puzzle advanced their theories in spite of stiff opposition from the Warren Commission, FBI, CIA. and others.  TARGET *JFK* is NOT THEORY. It provides the missing pieces of the puzzle and closure to the conspiracy.

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Ham Radio Heroes - Ham Radio

HAM RADIO HEROES  is a tribute to Amateur Radio operators, affectionately called Hams.  It tells you who they are and how they operate.  Included are stories of how and when Hams have saved lives worldwide.  HAM RADIO HEROES reveals the saga of the many ham radio heroes, their triumphs, their tragedies, and their their rightful place in history.
Included are stories of communication with extraterrestrials, a never-told story of the shocking event that happened in the radio-room of the Titanic as the ship was sinking, and the saga of the Ham who recently patented  a radio generator to cure cancer.  Other stories about Hams include the Jonestown massacre; a large volcanic rock in the Pacific Ocean called the Island of Dreams; and the secret that united two WWII enemies.  There are tales about Howard Hughes; how the author helped save an old man behind the Iron-Curtain; and many more unforgettable true stories.

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Globe: Earth's Sister Planet  - Science Fiction

What would you say or do if I told you there is another planet with intelligent life in the universe?
Would you roll your eyes and walk away without a word?
Would you look at me like I’m nuts?
Or, would you be interested in learning more about my statement?
Every once in a while a story comes along that instantly triggers ferocious arguments. This is one of those stories...
Included are stories of communication with extraterrestrials, a never-told story of the shocking event that happened in the radio-room of the Titanic as the ship was sinking, and the saga of the Ham who recently patented  a radio generator to cure cancer.  Other stories about Hams include the Jonestown massacre; a large volcanic rock in the Pacific Ocean called the Island of Dreams; and the secret that united two WWII enemies.  There are tales about Howard Hughes; how the author helped save an old man behind the Iron-Curtain; and many more unforgettable true stories.

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Zaki Aizaz

Laughing at the Sky               Poetry

“Laughing at the Sky is a charming “web of words” whose inspirations range from Lao-tze to Eckhart Tolle to Jack Kerouac. Through a down-pour of lines, fresh tender new growth displays its multiple potentials. The talent is obvious, the energy genuine, the tempo of rapture is in the mode of tomorrow. Zaki Aizaz is “on the plane of the mind”. I am hopeful that one day a giant Sequoia of his poetry will tower toward the sky, laughing or solemn, to shelter our fragile lives.” -Zhang Er, Ph.D.

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Yomi Akinnola

Vessels Unto Honor               Religion

In too much of modern life, people who claim to be religious are not living up to their responsibilities to God. People who should be the Light and Salt of the World are bringing shame and disgrace to His church as they fail to live up to His commandments for us. It is His desire that whosoever be called by the name of the Lord shall be set apart, to be used by the Master as His instrument. When everything a person says and does reflects honor to the Lord, that person can truly be said to be a Vessel Unto Honor.
 
We, as vessels, must strive to meet the standards put down by Jesus Christ at all times, either through ministry of the Word, through the administration of ordinances, or by some other duty that He has called upon us to perform in the expansion of His kingdom here on Earth.
 
That is the timely message of Vessels Unto Honor and one that will benefit all Christians everywhere.

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Geoffrey Alexander

The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying - Poetry                 

The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying is a collection of poems straight from the heart. Through good times and bad, the poetry of Geoffrey Alexander describes personal experiences, dreams, hopes, and fears that strike a chord in all of us. His insights run the gamut from life and death, through hunger and starvation, to life's most precious moments. The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying mirrors the human spirit, highlighting our foibles from his unique perspective. 

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Ana O 

The Ouida Link - Contemporary Novel                

Ouida was the pseudonym of Maria Louise De La Ramée, English novelist, known for her extravagant melodramatic romances of fashionable life. She was a genius, but also undeniably insane.
In The Ouida Link, a modern-day woman becomes oddly linked to Ouida; so like, yet unlike, the mad, capricious author.

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The Round Table Writers - Contemporary Novel                

Old ’60s-type university hippie heads will have your heads spinning in this wild and willy-nilly tribute to the G.T. (Green Tit) via Lady B’s internship with the I-BROWS—Institute of Baton Rouge Oxford Writers. The book has numerous revealing photos and pictures. An art piece, The Round Table Writers won First Place for the New London Prose & Poetry Critics Award 2003 under its original title, Arrondi Ta’Bella! inspired by our 50th SJA class reunion.

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Richard Ashton

The Incredible Pomegranate - Agriculture/Horticulture             

The Incredible Pomegranate has been written for the average gardener, what we like to call a gardener’s pomegranate book. All the growing and culture requirements are included. But it is much more than just how to grow pomegranates. There are tales of trips to far-off places in search of pomegranates and people. You will read descriptions of so many different pomegranate varieties, including ornamentals, that it seems that there is no end. Then you will read comments from different tasting sessions where people try to decide which variety they like the best.
The Incredible Pomegranate tells you about the many uses and great medical benefits of this miracle fruit.   
Gardeners will appreciate the lists of nurseries that sell some of the different varieties, as well as a way to get cuttings of some of the exotic varieties from Central Asia.
You will enjoy the color pictures of different pomegranate varieties. There is nothing like actually seeing examples before you decide what you would like to see grow at home.
This is the Complete Gardener’s Pomegranate Book. 

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Pomegranate by G.M. Levin  - Agriculture/Horticulture             

Dr. Gregory M. Levin, a botanist, spent close to 40 years in the Turkmen area of Central Asia, now called Turkmenistan. He spent most of that time at the Kara-Kala Experiment Station of Genetic Resources (now called Garrigala). This area of the world is the within the point of origin of the pomegranate and pomegranates still grow wild in the area.
He was in charge of the pomegranate collection at the station and amassed a collection of 1,117 different cultivars of pomegranates, the world’s largest collection. With the experimentation and treks to collect plant material he is considered one of the world’s leading experts on Punica granatum.
Within this book are the results of many years of research by Dr. Levin and many others as to the botanical characteristics of the pomegranate. From fruit characteristics, to breeding procedures to the differences in many varieties; with notes from around the world.
With the pomegranate’s fortunes on the upswing because of the numerous health benefits now associated with the fruit, this is a must have book for plant breeders, researchers and general horticulturalists. The juice of this fruit is gaining fame in many areas of the world. Producers cannot grow enough to supply demand at this time but plantings are expanding rapidly.
This is the first scientific book devoted exclusively to the culture and breeding of Punica granatum, the pomegranate.

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Jujube, The Chinese Date  - Agriculture/Horticulture             

Jujube – The Chinese Date is a tribute to a great fruit.  Over 40 varieties of jujubes are presently grown in the United States. You’ll find within this book all the growing requirements, as well as uses for the fruit and a list of nurseries supplying jujube trees. Information about the many different aspects of the jujube is shown in detail, with more than 60 color photographs highlighting the many varieties, along with recommendations for the best locations for cultivation. The fact that the Chinese jujube requires little attention and can be grown organically should appeal to many gardeners.  The jujube enthusiast will want to know about the history of the fruit, along with information regarding recently introduced varieties that make eating a fresh jujube a real treat.

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Folakemi Ayodele              

Nuggets For Ladies - Spirituality 

Nuggets for Ladies is an inspirational book designed for women from 18 to 40 years of age

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Frank Bataillon

Murder + One -- Mystery             

When an alert deputy in Georgetown County, South Carolina spots a killer’s attempt to fake a shark attack on his dead wife, Sheriff Pete Martin finds himself with a problem.  How does he prove the death was no accident?  With the help of his deputies, his girlfriend, Jean, and the victim’s sister, he devises a plan with some theatrics, to thwart the killer from inheriting his wife's estate of thirty million dollars.

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Showdown at Three Fingers Valley  -- Western            

After a life of adventure, Doug Tobin, late of the Texas Rangers, decides to settle down and raise cattle in Three Fingers Valley. There he falls in love with Marie Ellsworth, a beauty with a hidden past. His dream of owning his own ranch is threatened by a band of rustlers, desperate men who recognize no brand on the open range and who will kill anyone who crosses them. When the gang threatens Doug and those he loves, the Texas Ranger organizes his friends to bring law and order to Three Fingers Valley. An epic tale of the Old West.

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A 'T' Man Goes West  -- Western            

Paul Allison, a Treasury Agent, is assigned to a trail town, Abilene, Kansas. He is to ferret out a counterfeit ring. Along the way, he meets a crooked banker, a newspaper man who prints the bogus bills and their henchmen. He befriends a famous gunfighter, an Irish saloon owner and falls in love with a beautiful woman. After several skirmishes, he wraps up the case in a deadly shootout to save his girlfriend.

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The Saga of  Joe Condon, Lawman-Rancher  -- Western            

Paul Allison, a Treasury Agent, is assigned to a trail town, Abilene, Kansas. He is to ferret out a counterfeit ring. Along the way, he meets a crooked banker, a newspaper man who prints the bogus bills and their henchmen. He befriends a famous gunfighter, an Irish saloon owner and falls in love with a beautiful woman. After several skirmishes, he wraps up the case in a deadly shootout to save his girlfriend.

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The Calendar Murders  -- Western            

Mark Harmon, a bounty hunter turned marshal, had seen men die in all kinds of ways.  He’d seen men shot, knifed, and clubbed to death.  He’d  shot a few himself when they had needed it.  He’d even seen men hanged, but only by the law… and once by a mob.
 What he had never seen was a series of men dangling from a noose, and always on the first day of the month.  Furthermore, the hangings were being perpetrated by parties unknown for reasons unknown.  When Mark finds himself charged with solving the mystery, he embarks on the pursuit of a dangerous and wily killer. 
 Along the way, he meets Beth Bjornson, a beautiful widow.  He soon finds himself in danger… of both losing her love and his life to the unknown hangman

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Blackjack -- Western            

Jim Taylor was a range detective with a habit of dressing all in black, earning him the sobriquet “Blackjack” among the felons and rustlers he tracked and brought to justice  After a career with enough excitement for a lifetime, he decided to hang up his guns and lead the quiet life of a writer, chronicling his adventures in the dime novels of the day.
 However, his peaceful retirement came to an end one day when he met a beautiful lady rancher named Michelle Hayworth, whose ranch was threatened by a gang of rustlers.  A lady in distress was more than sufficient reason for Jim Taylor to put down his pen and strap on his six-shooter.  As the rustlers and their silent partner would soon learn:
Blackjack was back!

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The Reluctant Gun -- Western            

The end of the Civil War found Mike Castle, a hero of the Battle of Atlanta, sick of carnage and the stink of death.  Doffing his uniform for the last time, he sought peace in the West with his uncle, a rancher in Colorado. There he found a new life and Jean Lock, a blue-eyed beauty.     
His search for serenity was short lived when he met King Wesley, a land speculator whose gang was threatening to drive those Mike loved from their homes.  Despite his best intentions, Mike soon found himself strapping on his gun, once again facing violence to oppose evil.

 

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Sir Guy of Texas -- Western            

Guy Kitrick was a gunfighter. Most men who made their living with a gun died young. Sooner or later, they met someone a little quicker on the draw. Guy had no trouble seeing the handwriting on the wall, which is why he decided to walk away before he, too, was fitted with a pine box. He figured no job was worth his life, no matter how many twenty-dollar Gold Eagles it paid. He hung up his guns and rode north, seeking a place to settle down. He changed his name and prepared to live out his life in peace. However, it was not to be. When he found a damsel in distress, he had to rely on his deadly skills to save his own life, and the life of the woman he had come to love.

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Denbow's Raiders -- Western            

John Denbow was raised on a ranch and lived with the Cheyenne for a time. At eighteen, he entered the United States Military Academy at West Point. The outbreak of the Civil War forced him to choose sides. He elected to fight for the South using tactics he learned from the Indians, Denbow’s Raiders fought the Union Army with great success and John quickly rose to the rank of Colonel.
With the end of the war, his success was acknowledged by his former enemies when they requested that he rejoin the Army. He was first assigned to teach tactics at West Point, and then  transferred to the Western Frontier to quell the Apache Indians around Fort Logan, New Mexico.  With his Indian friend, Luke Little Fox, he showed his skill as a cavalry commander.
Along the way, he met and married a beautiful woman.

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O.S.S. -- Action / Adventure           

Carl Broderick (Brad) Risser is a prodigy at the piano. While performing with a symphony orchestra in Poland, he meets and marries Madeline, a beautiful cello player. Their romance is interrupted when Hitler invades the country on September 1, 1939. Brad flees Europe for the United States, where he joins the army to fight the Nazi dictator.
Recognizing Brad’s special expertise, the O.S.S. recruits him and trains him to be a spy. Soon he finds himself parachuting back into Poland as an Allied agent. He reunites with Madeline and rejoins the orchestra, which is soon traveling all over Europe to play for the German occupiers.
The orchestra’s tour provides the perfect cover for Brad’s work as a secret agent and saboteur. His exploits lead him and Madeline into danger many times, culminating in his vital work during the liberation of Paris.

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The Horseman -- Western            

Jack Douglas is a horse trainer, like his father before him.  However, the outbreak of the Civil War finds him in the Union Army until he is captured and sent to the infamous Andersonville Prison. During his captivity, his wife and parents contract pneumonia and die. Only his young daughter, Cindy, survives.
After the war, he decides to make a new life for himself and his daughter. He and Cindy head west; first by rail, then wagon train. Trouble with the Indians forces Jack to serve a short stint with the U.S. Cavalry. Finally, Jack and Cindy find themselves in Boise, Idaho, where they decide to settle down.
There Jack meets Abby, a beautiful school teacher. He uses his knowledge of horses to start a business rounding up and breaking wild range stock. After the war and Indian raids, all he wants to do is to raise his daughter and train his horses.  That, of course, is not to be... 

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The Poker Chip Murders -- Western            

Brett Hadley is a Pinkerton Agent who comes to Eagle Rock to capture the Carson Gang. Finding a place he can call home, he resigns from the Pinkerton Agency after capturing the outlaws. A series of murders have cost the lives of a beautiful rancher's father, a lovely saloon owner's husband, and the previous sheriff. Brett takes the job of sheriff and sets out to solve the murders.
His only clue is the fact that one of the victims was found with three poker chips clutched in his cold, dead hand. As Brett hunts the murderer, he is targeted for assassination, foils a bank robbery, captures a gang of rustlers and encounters more killings.
Will he ever solve the mystery of the red, white, and blue poker chips and bring the culprit to justice?

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The Marshal and the Doctor -- Western            

Chance Meeting on a Train Frank Holbrook, a United States Marshal, is on a mission. He has been assigned to travel undercover to Chadron, Nebraska, where he will investigate a greedy land speculator and his partners. On the train, he meets Doctor Jean Parker and her son, also en route to Chadron. They strike up a conversation and enjoy one another’s company on the long trip. On arrival, they go their separate ways — Jean to become a partner in a local medical practice; John to his mission as Frank Brady, gunsmith. As the days go by, John meets a a beautiful singer, Lexi Brooks. He also keeps running into Jean Parker. Torn between the two women and his mission, it is all he can do to separate his feelings from his duty.

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Misplaced Lawman -- Western            

Ben Brady follows in his father's footsteps.  The older Brady is the no-nonsense sherrif of El Paso, Texas, and it is his dream to see his son succeed him.  Ben takes up the pistol and the badge until the day his father is killed in the line of duty. Disillusioned, he decides to try a more peaceful pursuit.  He turns to ranching, raising cattle and then driving them to the railhead a thousand miles to the north.  But peaceful men must be ready to fight when their livelihoods and loved ones are threatened.  A beautiful woman, a devious saloon owner, and a pack of outlaws are an explosive mixture in any man's life. And so it is that Ben must once again pick up a gun in the service of the law.

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The Return of Jim Wade-- Western            

Jim Wade’s mother died when he was two years old. He was raised by his abusive father on a ranch outside of Paradise, Oklahoma until he was fifteen, when he ran away from home. He made his way first to Dodge City, then Kansas City, and finally to New Orleans. There he signed onto the crew of a sailing ship. For the next ten years, he worked his way halfway around the world — first as a sailor, then as a range detective and a peace officer.
A desperate letter from his father, now an invalid, caused him to return home, and none too soon. A crooked rancher was scheming to take away his father’s land. A stepmother and a beautiful half-sister whom he had never met complicated matters.
Hiding his identity, he confronted the thief, fell in love, captured a gang of rustlers, and changed the face of Paradise Valley.

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Fury in the Wilderness -- Action / Adventure            

When Pat Morgan inherits a gold mine after returning from a tour of duty in Iraq, he feels his troubles are over.  And they were, until his life is interrupted by a gang of kidnappers who have taken a beautiful tutor and her student, a Kuwaiti prince, hostage. Suddenly, his special forces training comes in handy as he eludes the gangsters and escapes into the wilderness with the girl and her charge.
From then on it's a struggle between Pat Morgan, ex-Green Beret, and some of the most ruthless people this side of Saddam Hussein's broken empire.
 

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Slim -- Western        

Life was hard in the Old West. After the death of his parents, young Slim Parker set out to make a life on his own. With the help of a friend, he learned the horse trade and how to handle both rope and gun. For a time, the latter skill led him to the life of a hired gun. Though he was fast and a dead shot, one particularly bloody encounter forced him to vow an end to his violent ways. Eventually he found himself the proud owner of a horse and hay ranch. Along the way, he adopted an orphan and courted two beautiful women. It was only then that he discovered the peaceful life held terrors more frightening than any he had faced staring down the barrel of another man’s gun.

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Forty Guns West / An Iron Fist With A Velvet Glove -- Western            

Forty Guns West
When the raiders hit the Wagon Train, the troopers were lined up and ready. He had the bugler sound the charge and as they rode forward, they pounced upon the raiders, decimating their ranks...
 
An Iron Fist With A Velvet Glove
The lynch mob gathered in front of the jail and their leader said, “The Marshal can’t kill us all.” John stepped off the walk, jammed his shotgun into the leader’s middle and hissed, “When the first man steps forward, I’m gonna blow this man’s gizzard out his spine. The leader’s face went white and his forehead was covered with perspiration...

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Ben Carey, U.S. Marshal -- Action / Adventure            

Ben Carey left Idaho to see what was on the other side of the mountains. As he crisscrossed the West, he worked as a cowhand, a bounty hunter, a range detective and a lawman. By the time his wander-lust subsided, he was a United States Marshal.

Law and order was coming to the West. Outlaws and bad men were being forced out of the big cities and states newly admitted to the Union. Feeling the heat, many fled to the wilds of Idaho, to Ben Carey’s home.
Ben returns fto Idaho. While there, he meets a beautiful woman while cleaning up the outlaw element. His life and that of his sweetheart are in constant danger until he completes his mission and marries the woman he loves.

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A Piece of Eight -- Mystery          

It wasn’t supposed to be Lieutenant Joe Brady’s case, but two homicide detectives had called in sick that day. So Brady answered the call when the report came in that a pawn shop owner had been murdered. At first it seemed a routine case of robbery gone wrong, but the signs of torture on the body soon suggested something less routine. That “something” was revealed when the coroner found a small silver coin hidden in the victim’s shoe.

The coin was a Spanish dollar, or piece-of-eight, minted when Spanish gold fleets still plied the waters of the Caribbean. It was the coin that had been the inspiration for the U.S. dollar.
 
What first seemed a botched robbery quickly escalated into something far more sinister. As Joe Brady investigates, his path crosses that of Jean Lock, town librarian. Suddenly, Joe has two competing goals: solve the case, and win the heart of the lovely keeper of the books.

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Richard Brookes and Jitka Saniova               

Seven Dreams of Inanna - Historical Romance 

Once there was a great empire that dwelt between the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers:  the Empire of the Sumerians.  One of the greatest cities of Sumer was Ur, near modern-day Basra, Iraq.  Sumer flourished in the Fertile Crescent some four millennia ago.  The Kings of Sumer ruled for more than a thousand years, and the people between the rivers developed a lively, intelligent culture that echoes down through the ages.  Among the Sumerian pantheon of gods and goddesses was Inanna, Goddess of Love – who became the prototype for the later Ishtar and Isis, Artemis and Venus.
Seven Dreams of Inanna is a timeless love story in the grand tradition.  It is the tale of Klori, daughter of King Mesan, and her lover, Kesh, heir to the usurped throne of Lagash.  It is a tale of intrigue and danger, of heroism and courage, of adversity and redemption – a story that unwinds amid the sun baked brick buildings and colorful tapestries of ancient Ur, where ziggurats rise to meet the cloudless sky and sharp daggers are forever poised against the unwary.  It is a story that takes place at the dawn of recorded history; and yet, one that still resonates today.  For it is a story that is replayed each generation, and one that will continue for so long as love endures

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E. Douglas Brown                  

The Chosen One - Fantasy 

Have you ever thought of what it would be like if beings from another planet controlled human dreams?  No?  Then you are in for a treat.  Enter the world of the Nightmares and the Dream Weavers, two groups of aliens at constant war with one another, aliens with the power to influence what we see in our nightly visions.
Come to a world where the Nightmares are locked in an eternal struggle with the Dream Weavers, a world where darkness grows with each Nightmare victory.  Defeat seems certain when the Nightmares discover an element that will make them rulers of the cosmos.
All that stands in their way are two unsuspecting humans on Earth, one of whom holds the key to the ancient conflict, but who refuses to recognize the awesome power he holds over the aliens.  Can the Dream Weavers be saved, and with them, Earth?

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R. D. Cain

Pray for a Better Body - Spirituality / Health - Diet                 

A Spiritual Guide to Health and Fitness
Pray for a Better Body is a book that combines Spirituality with Health and Fitness – a true example of Mind meeting Body and Spirit. Spirituality is not religion but essence -- a being, a feeling of acknowledging a Higher Power. Let Pray for a Better Body provide you with information that will be helpful to you on your journey, through affirmation, spiritual lessons and quotes from our most widely read spiritual books and leaders, along with basic health and fitness guidelines and knowledge, that puts the power in your hands!

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Fat Layers and Tube Tops (Cain on Fitness) - Spirituality / Health - Diet                 

The Basic Guide to Health and Fitness
Do you ever ask yourself, before you step out the door: “Do I look attractive in this?” And most important; “Am I making healthy, long term choices for myself and those who care about me?” If the answers to these questions are less than positive, then change your lifestyle. Fat Layers and Tube Tops is a basic, informative book that deals with making those lifestyle changes and sticking to them. No diets! No weigh-ins! Just affirmative action where your body and life are concerned!

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Chocolate Is NOT A Diet Supplement (Cain on Nutrition) - Spirituality / Health - Diet        

A Health and Fitness Guide to Nutrition
You have a friend who eats like a horse and never gains an ounce. Is this due to high metabolism? Possibly. Working out in the gym ALONE will not make you fit, unless you make the healthy choice about what you eat. Eating five times a day will provide your body with the energy it needs. Can you eat five times a day and drink a lot of water? If you can, you will be fit, healthy and take control over your life.

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You Look Great.  What Happened?  (Cain on Aging) - Spirituality / Health - Diet                 

The Over-50 Guide to Health and Fitness
While living in Europe, I was amazed by the many seniors I saw skiing, climbing mountains, hiking and strenuous farming well into the autumn of their years. Compared to our European counterparts, Americans let age define who we are, how we should act and even whom we should love. Europeans have shown us that we can be as vibrant at 70 as we were at 40! The secret? Keep moving! Go to a gym, meet people and take up a sport that’s going to make you enjoy the things you can do with your body!

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The F** Word and Other Lifestyle Choices - Spirituality / Health - Diet                 

The Party Goer's Guide to Health and Fitness

Cain discusses relevant sexual topics in detail, relating their impact on individual health, fitness, and well being.  He answers your questions in a straightforward, non-judgmental style. Which foods will improve your sex life? How does nutrition and exercise factor into a healthier sex life? 

He also puts to rest many myths and misconceptions about certain exercises, as well as nutrition and its so-called benefits.  He tells you how to get the most out of your “workouts” and generally enjoy your life.

 

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Meditations, Quotes and Affirmations - Spirituality / Health

Compiled by Fitness & Life Coach, R. D. Cain, Meditations, Quotes and Affirmations is an aid to meditation.
Cain's interfaith background as a minister has given him a spirituality that embraces ideas that offer different perspectives and broader acceptance of humanity's strength, weaknesses, and foibles. Cain encourages the reader to embrace ideas and premises of a wide range of belief systems by encouraging individual thought and personal accountability.
In this book, he shares words of wisdom that inspire clarity and self awareness.  He makes you think, act, and ultimately, benefit, from the positive outlook that accompanies meditation and contemplation.
He invites you to meditate on the things you desire, to daily affirm that you are worhty of of all the gifts the Universe has to offer.  The book provides visual comfort through photographs and inspirational quotes, as well as providing space to record your own thoughts as you progress toward that higher plane that is only possibly through meditation.
 

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F.S. Choo                 

Children of the Monkey God - Chinese Culture / History 

F. S. Choo grew up in a traditional Chinese Hakka family in Sarawak, Malaysia at a time when it was administered by British colonial rule. Written in the gentle style of his native culture, he charts and reveals a fascinating world beginning with his great grandfather’s migra-tion from China to West Kalimantan, Borneo in the early 1850’s; his life as a gold miner and his connection to the mysterious Kongsi, a unique self-governing democratic organ-ization that flourished until the mid 1800’s when it came into conflict with Dutch colonial rule and the White Rajahs of Sarawak, Borneo.
 Covering a period of 115 years, 1850-1965,  Children of the Monkey God deals with the experiences of four generations of a Chinese family in Sarawak. Candid and at times humorous, satirical and controversial, it vividly captures life at the crossroads of change in the 1950’s and ‘60’s when the sun was setting on the colonial era.  It conveys to the reader the multi-layered cultural influences of British colonialism, the burgeoning American pop-scene, and that of the different Chinese dialect groups. It offers a fascinating insight into some of the social, cultural and religious beliefs and practices of a world that is fast disappearing and seldom seen by westerners.

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Lyle Courtsal                  

Violent Politics, Empowering Liberation: US Drug Wars in Cultural Perspective - Public Policy

Violent Politics, Empowering Liberation: US Drug Wars in Cultural Perspective is an historical and social psychological study of the War on Drugs.  The author, believing that responsible, constitutionally- compatible solutions to the interrelated problems of poverty, killer drug abuse, and street crime can only be crafted after a disciplined examination of the nature of the problem, has written a work that sheds light on the high-level machinations behind the scenes that guaranteed seeming failure of the programs undertaken.  The book then moves from an elucidation of the many interrelated problems involved in America's drug problem to lay a foundation for embarking on long-term solutions that would really work for the Americas, their peoples, and others around the world.

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Anthony Dalton                Sea Stories

NELSON - The Arctic Adventures of Tristan's Old Sea Dog

Nelson, a three-legged one-eyed Labrador sails to the Arctic with his master, Tristan Jones, in an old converted lifeboat.  Illustrious though his name may be in the history of ocean warfare and adventure, Nelson views their northern expedition with a singularly critical eye and an often sarcastic tongue.  He hates the cold and he’s frightened of polar bears.  Although he falls in lust with a pretty Arctic fox, all he really wants is a blazing coal fire in a warm English pub—and a bit of loving: whenever he can get it.

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Steven Dong                                    Science Fiction

Wild Side of the Window

WARNING: OBJECTS IN MIRROR ARE CLOSER THAN THEY APPEAR
 
Alice Liddel became a queen there.
Jonathan Hoag had a job there.
Lou Reed took a walk there.
Now, to save the woman he loves, Martin “Wuju” Woo-Julanski will go there and face evil twins, evil quadruplets, fire-breathing dragons, frumious bandersnatchi, spandex-wearing wizards, whacked-out superheroes, and a super-sonic cyborg flying turtle.
Find out what lies on the Wild Side of the Window….

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James Dowling                                  Political Intrigue

Tainted Image

Cara Anderson had a passion in life. Not for men, or family, or even children.  Her passion was power … political power.  Her beauty was the one thing that would get her that power; her beauty and a driving ambition to make something of herself in a man’s world.  And make something of herself, she did.
Starting with her graduation as a young lawyer from the University of Maryland, she climbed the political ladder more swiftly than had even a young Democrat from Massachusetts two generations earlier – first as a hard-charging prosecuting attorney, then through a series of political positions that culminated in the United States Senate.  Cara did not see the senate as a culmination, however; but as a stepping stone to the one office where power is absolute.
Cara Anderson lived in a world where a friend was someone who could aid her climb, and where every rung of the ladder brought with it new enemies.  It was a world whose lessons she learned well, and one in which she thrived … until she forgot the most important lesson of all.

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