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Trophy Kill by Terry Watkins

Trophy Kill

Written by: Terry Watkins

Available In: eBook

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Backpacker Ryan Hart is deep in a Colorado wilderness with two fellow hikers from L.A. when he witnesses the death throes of the most incredible animal he’s ever laid eyes on. Discovering that the elk wasn’t killed for meat, but as a trophy, infuriates Ryan. A nonviolent young man by nature, one who would rather run than fight, he is surprised at his extreme reaction. He commits an act of defiance against a team of hunters that triggers violent retaliation. Ryan and his friends are driven into the depths of a terrifying savagery and the only person who can save them from almost certain death is a young female hunting guide who represents everything Ryan opposes, and everything he needs to survive.

Tsunami Reflections—Otsuchi Remembered by Charles A. Pomeroy

Tsunami Reflections—Otsuchi Remembered

Written by: Charles A. Pomeroy

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This book details the fate of Otsuchi, the author’s retirement home, as a microcosm of the horrific tsunami that destroyed Japan’s Sanriku Coast on March 11, 2011. The narrative provides geographical and historical context and reflects on the tsunami’s aftermath, loss of family members and home, mass funerals, cultural aspects, humanitarian efforts, and plans for recovery.

TUCK’S LANDING/BLACK DRESS TRILOGY VOLUME 2 by Kenneth James Taylor

TUCK’S LANDING/BLACK DRESS TRILOGY VOLUME 2

Written by: Kenneth James Taylor

Available In: eBook|Paperback|

Author Website: http://www.kennethjamestaylor.com/

Molly McCracken rebuilds her life and meets a colorful new friend who sooths the agony of her loss. Determined to find her niece she struggles to keep from falling in love with the man who saved her life during the war. She knows she must learn to fight. Then an altercation lands her in the most dangerous town in Texas where she cleverly improves the lives of the innocent children she encounters.

Twelve Years a Slave – Enhanced Edition by Dr. Sue Eakin Based on a Lifetime Project. New Info, Images, Maps by Solomon Northup and Dr. Sue Eakin

Twelve Years a Slave – Enhanced Edition by Dr. Sue Eakin Based on a Lifetime Project. New Info, Images, Maps

Written by: Solomon Northup and Dr. Sue Eakin

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://twelveyearsaslave.org/

In this enhanced/authenticated edition by Dr. Sue Eakin of the riveting true slave narrative that reads like a novel, you are transported to 1840’s New York, Washington, D.C., and Louisiana to experience the kidnapping and twelve years of bondage of Solomon Northup, a free man of color. TWELVE YEARS A SLAVE, published in 1853, was an immediate bombshell in the national debate over slavery leading up to the Civil War. It validated Harriett Beecher Stowe’s fictional account of Southern slavery in Uncle Tom’s Cabin, which significantly changed public opinion in favor of abolition. Now a major motion picture starring Brad Pitt, you can sync this e-book with our Movie Tie-in Audiobook performed by Oscar and Emmy winner Louis Gossett, Jr. Northup’s harrowing true story was authenticated from decades of research by award-winning historian and journalist Dr. Sue Eakin, who rediscovered the narrative in 1931 as an adolescent and made it her life’s work. Dr. Eakin’s enhanced e-book includes the original narrative plus over 100 pages of fascinating new background information based on her research and photos. A portion of proceeds from this book supports organizations fighting modern-day slavery in the form of human trafficking. To enhance your book and movie experience see our website listed in the e-book’s sample pages, where you’ll find instructions for downloading your free PDF Collector’s Extra for your library. Hard working Solomon Northup, an educated free man of color in 1841, enjoys family life with his wife and three children in Saratoga, New York. He delights his community with his fiddle playing and antic spirit, and has positive expectations of all he meets. When he is deceived by “circus promoters” to accompany them to a musical gig in the nation’s capital, his joyful life takes an unimaginable turn. He awakens in shackles to find he has been drugged, kidnapped and bound for the slave block in D.C. After Solomon is shipped a thousand miles to New Orleans, he is assigned his slave name and quickly learns that the mere utterance of his true origin or rights as a freeman are certain to bring severe punishment or death. While he endures the brutal life of a slave in Louisiana’s isolated Bayou Boeuf plantation country, he must learn how to play the system and plot his escape home. For 12 years, his fine mind captures the reality of slavery in stunning detail, as we learn about the characters that populate plantation society and the intrigues of the bayou – from the collapse of a slave rebellion resulting in mass hangings due to traitorous slave Lew Cheney, to the tragic end of his friend Patsey because of Mrs. Epps’ jealously of her husband’s sexual exploitation of his pretty young slave. When Solomon finally finds a sympathizing friend who risks his life to secret a letter to the North, a courageous rescue attempt ensues that could either compound Solomon’s suffering, or get him back to the arms of his family.

Two for Flinching by Todd Morgan

Two for Flinching

Written by: Todd Morgan

Available In: eBook

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Two women have gone missing. Their only connection is me, Beason Camp.

Four years ago, my wife walked out of my life, leaving me to raise our infant daughter alone. Now my lover has disappeared and her husband has tasked me with the job of finding her. The case will require all of my experiences as a detective, former army ranger, ex-policeman, and martial arts expert. It will take me to old enemies, family friends, drug dealers, and the Dixie Mafia. Once both women are found, the twists and turns will lead closer to home than I could have ever imagined. Betrayals both old and new that will reveal life as I have known it has all been a lie. The violent conclusion will change us all forever.

Two Weeks in the South of France by David Christie

Two Weeks in the South of France

Written by: David Christie

Available In: eBook

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Chris goes to France to claim the body of his murdered father and becomes embroiled in a family secret and also the search for a missing document that the CIA, Vatican, and politicians are all after. A very fast moving mystery thriller and is a fun read as he tries to stay ahead of his father's mistress, the evil partner, a Russian gangster and a gorgeous local policewoman...and also stay alive.

Ultimate Secrets, Second Edition by Lee V. Moore

Ultimate Secrets, Second Edition

Written by: Lee V. Moore

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Steven Gregory is unwittingly drawn into the eye of a political hurricane and his very life is on the line in a chaotic chase in which he must defend his innocence against professional killers, con men, and corrupt government agents. Steven Gregory is dauntless to the final chapter in the thriller, Ultimate Secrets, by Lee V. Moore.

Unicorn: Addiction, Guilt and a Decision That Will Change Her Life by L.E. Get

Unicorn: Addiction, Guilt and a Decision That Will Change Her Life

Written by: L.E. Get

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.authorleget.wordpress.com, Twitter: @LE_Get

Scarlet has the life most only dream about—she travels the world, she makes plenty of money and she has the best friend anyone could ask for. But, piece by piece, her world is falling apart because of her damaged family, years of resentment and her sister’s drug and alcohol addiction. Scarlet tries to keep it together, but when her sister desperately needs help, Scarlet has to make a life-changing decision. Unicorn is a story of internal struggle, choices, and a broken family.

United States Airborne Patch Guide by Col Frank C. Foster

United States Airborne Patch Guide

Written by: Col Frank C. Foster

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: www.moapress.com

Unique and superior full color images of hundreds of US Army airborne patches and shoulder sleeve insignia. Covers World War II, Korea, Vietnam and current units. Organized by types of units starting with Armies and even covers the famous WW2 “Ghost Divisions”. What is so special is that none of the images are restricted by the publisher and can be copied and used by the purchaser.

United States Military Patch Guide-Military Shoulder Sleeve Insignia by J.L. Pete Morgan

United States Military Patch Guide-Military Shoulder Sleeve Insignia

Written by: J.L. Pete Morgan

Available In: Paperback

Author Website: http://www.medalsofamerica.com

The world's most complete illustrated color guide and reference on United States Military Patches (Shoulder Sleeve Insignia). Covers World war I, World war II, Vietnam, Kuwait, Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq to present. Over 4,400 Military Patches in color for the Army, Marines, Army Air Force, Navy and Special Forces. Grouped by service from Armies to Regiments, from Airborne to Armor, from Infantry to Artillery all of the services are covered. With way over 4,000 different full color military patches the guide provides the most complete and detailed reference of United States Military unit identification patches in the world. All three smaller earlier editions of this guide have sold out and have become valuable collectors items and treasured references for veterans, collectors and historians.

UNSTRUNG / A Blanchard House Mystery by Cynthia Morrow

UNSTRUNG / A Blanchard House Mystery

Written by: Cynthia Morrow

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.cynthiamorrowmysteries.com/

Althea Stewart has had it with Hollywood. Fed up with the dog-eat-dog life of a classical musician, her alcoholic ex-husband, and the shallow dating pool know as LA, Althea heads north to Kirkland, WA. She soon convinces her best friend, cellist Grace Sullivan, to join her in opening a private music school in a historic property known as Blanchard House where music meets murder.

Vegas Moon by John Locke

Vegas Moon

Written by: John Locke

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.lethalbooks.com/

To save his own life, Donovan Creed signs on as bodyguard to the most famous gambler in Las Vegas history, Jim “Lucky” Peters. Lucky, worth millions, has hit a losing streak and must raise a lot of cash in a short period of time from some of the world’s creepiest people. Creed learns that the person who holds the key to his survival is none other than Lucky’s smokin' hot wife, Gwen.

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