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  • Blood Mountain (An Adventure of the Old West Book 3)

    by Gary L Pullman
    After years as a bounty hunter and a sheriff, Bane Messenger wants to enjoy a quiet life with his family. They buy land in Nevada's Great Basin, planning to build a remote family retreat, but when they visit the property, armed men attack them, intent upon forcing them to vacate the premises, claiming Bane and his family are trespassing on private property. Before this new nightmare ends, Bane will strike it rich, be tried for kidnapping and murder, and take on an army of thousands of veteran so... more
  • The Valley of the Shadow (An Adventure of the Old West)

    by Gary L Pullman
    Mysterious strangers. Big money. Corrupt politicians. Murder. Mayhem. Hired guns. After a drunk is broken out of Excelsior, Nevada's, jailhouse, former bounty hunter Bane Messenger joins a posse to hunt down the escaped prisoner and his accomplices. Surviving an ambush in which the sheriff and deputy are killed, Bane tracks down the assassins. But, when he returns to Excelsior, he finds that the town's last lawman has also been murdered. Now, a cartel controls the town, using paid gunmen to e... more
  • The Valley of the Shadow (An Adventure of the Old West Book 2)

    by Gary L Pullman
    Mysterious strangers. Big money. Corrupt politicians. Murder. Mayhem. Hired guns. After a drunk is broken out of Excelsior, Nevada's, jailhouse, former bounty hunter Bane Messenger joins a posse to hunt down the escaped prisoner and his accomplices. Surviving an ambush in which the sheriff and deputy are killed, Bane tracks down the assassins. But, when he returns to Excelsior, he finds that the town's last lawman has also been murdered. Now, a cartel controls the town, using paid gunmen to e... more
  • Good with a Gun (An Adventure of the Old West Book 1)

    by Gary L Pullman
    Bounty hunter Bane Messenger is good with a gun, but he wants more out of life than hunting down fugitives from the law. He wants a wife and children. He wants a home of his own. He wants to know why his father abandoned his mother and him. But all he knows is how to track and capture or kill the worst sort of men who roam the West, taking what they want, whether money, property, or women, at the point of a gun. When he meets the right woman, though, he vows his life will change; he will change,... more
  • Good with a Gun (An Adventure of the Old West Book 1)

    by Gary L Pullman
    Bounty hunter Bane Messenger is good with a gun, but he wants more out of life than hunting down fugitives from the law. He wants a wife and children. He wants a home of his own. He wants to know why his father abandoned his mother and him. But all he knows is how to track and capture or kill the worst sort of men who roam the West, taking what they want, whether money, property, or women, at the point of a gun. When he meets the right woman, though, he vows his life will change; he will change,... more
  • ''Ana who Understood the Animals and not Only''

    by Ivan Yordanov
    Ana is a super curious little girl who possesses a great talent,namely she is able to understand the language of all animals.One day she meets Nico-a stork who has lost his family during his first migration and he is alone,confused and desperate.Ana gladly gives him a hand and soon the bird and the girl become close friends ,not long after they decide to go on a journey to Africa in order to find Nico's family.On the way they face very greedy and dangerous people who pollute the environment an... more
  • The Fall of the Berlin Wall - a novel

    by Daniel Melnick

    Two events in November 1989 mark the lives of the novel’s characters. One is the death of a woman discovered naked in the snow outside the Weinstein house, during a massive storm buffeting Cleveland on Thanksgiving. The other event is the fall of the Berlin Wall, taking place two weeks earlier – an upturning of the old order that corresponds to these characters’ desire to change their lives.

    Jack Weinstein wants to save his marriage to Sarah, the intense, unpredictable... more

  • Echo

    by Katie Frankey
    Sarah Benson and Tamara Hudgenson couldn't be from more seemingly different worlds when the sophomore girls are partnered up to do a project together in a racially divided school in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their perspectives echo back and forth and they begin to realize that even though they live completely different lives and struggle is struggle, the color of your skin doesn't change what hardships you get dealt. As Sarah navigates a big decision it causes a tornado of destruction in her path ultima... more
  • A MOON IN ALL THINGS

    by Jennifer Comeau

    A MOON IN ALL THINGS is a standalone heroine’s journey complete at 77,600 words. In early 1820s, the ancient Irish culture is under siege from a world ruled by English landowners and the Catholic Church, who've cast the old ways as “pagan.” Fifteen-year-old MORRIGAN LANE can still hear the beguiling song of her magical land, but it is becoming a whisper. She dreams of being a sea captain, anything to free herself from the confines of her life. But her dreams are dis... more

  • The Poker Players

    by Edward Dreyfus
    George has been playing poker with the same four men for over thirty years, but it takes six months for him to tell them about his divorce. The men, all in their 70s, realize that in all the years they have been playing cards together, they have not learned much about one another and spent little time in their weekly poker game talking about anything meaningful. Their conversations have always been about the cards, sports, politics, and money, but nothing personal. When they decide to go awa... more
  • Sacrificial Lions

    by David Simons
    Sacrificial Lions Synopsis Sacrificial Lions is volume one in a proposed six-volume narrative of the American Civil War, which uses unique characters to explore the diverse motives and actions of the participants in an environment of political and military conflict and intrigue. Unlike the usual entries in this genre, it pretends no moral equivalency between the fight for and against slavery. Here the focus is on the Union cause where most of the literature has been obsessed with the ... more
  • The Royal Pup Pack: Party at the Palace

    by David Seow
    There’s a joint party at the Palace for Prince Louis’ first birthday and to welcome Baby Sussex into the fold. And the pup pack: Lupo, Guy, Oz and Jack are in a regal tizzy. What do they get the tots? Bones? Flea collars? Fur brushes? A chance encounter with a stray dog spurs the pups into inviting a host of hungry, homeless hounds to the celebrations. Will that be the perfect present or a recipe for a royal pawtastrophe?
  • The Frog with a Frown

    by Todd G. Sorrell
    In this touching tale, a sad and lonely frog is reminded by a wise dragonfly that even the most simple, intrinsic qualities we have make us special and unique. We are all reminded to shed our former negative thoughts and trade them for the treasures within
  • AftertheFall

    by Christina Acosta
    Synopsis: Chloe Bliss, a recently retired academic and classicist, prefers to live a quiet life, gardening, walking her dog, and reading fiction, which is her “safe haven.” Editing scholarly journals, she works part time from her comfortable home, content to do so. When drawn into the mystery of her friend and colleague’s death, she begins (reluctantly) probing an implicit charge of plagiarism as well as trying to save his legacy of the Friday Chamber Music Society. His faulty step and fatal fal... more
  • When Dog Pals Fly across America

    by Rob Kortus

    In this colorful picture book, three intelligent dog pals (Sophie the Border Collie, Sulley the Chocolate Lab Mix, and Wallace the Border Collie) embark on a flight in their personal helicopter across America with stopovers in every state visiting cool and sometimes unique places! Sophie, Sulley, and Wallace skillfully impart education, while conveying the love of flight and making new and interesting friends along their journey. The crew discusses American geography ... more

  • Treed

    by Virginia Arthur

    A consequence of getting older is current experiences inevitably get threaded to memories as Maybelline Emmons learns when she embarks on what she thinks will be a simple road trip to find a tree. She finds something so confounding, painful, yet transformational, none of which she signed on for, her evenings drinking Pinot, watching her hummingbirds...this was always enough. This passionate yet comic story revolves around efforts to save an old-growth tree but things go off the rails, keeping... more

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