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Genre(s): Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Mystery
S outh Florida may be the promised land for laid-back retirees, but there’s nothing laid back about Barney McGee’s retirement. A notorious developer has set his sights on Barney’s mobile home park–he wants to level it and build high-rise condos. Then the park’s resident lawyer who is fighting the sale, is murdered. And who is the mysterious Night Stalker, that is planting bombs under Barney’s house? Could it be the work of the developer? Barney and his neighbor, Willey, and their pet monkey, Oscar (it’s a long story) set off on a Quixotic mission to stop the developer any way they can . . . short of murder!
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Metaphysical & Visionary
A re you asleep or are you awake? Are you quite sure? Join Pete, an arrogant scientist who has created a microscopic world where all stimuli is controlled. He has tried to give his subjects a perfect Utopia, but is such a thing even possible? Surrealist author, Heather Pioro, has woven together Greek tragedy, philosophy, theology, and science fiction in a fascinating tale of true love that develops in false landscapes. Mythical creatures, false prophets, hungry capitalists, and an even hungrier Greek chorus all figure into Plato Blinked, a novel that questions the very nature of truth, and dares to provide an answer.
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Genre(s): Science & Math, Nature & Ecology, Conservation, Endangered Species, Environment
R oland Cheek began life in Montana by panting after a grizzly bear rug to lay in front of his fireplace. What he received was an education about a wild animal that seized his heart, stole his head, and wormed deep into his imagination. As his outdoors learning curve advanced, grizzly bears topped the list; but it was a winding road from first grizzly sighting in 1965 until first printing of his book, Learning To Talk Bear, the 35-year roadmap from total ignorance to at least a small measure of understanding and inspiration. Below, read what the guy thinks of the Great Bears today:
God’s music is wind soughing through treetops, dove wings whispering at waterholes, the mournful cry of a lost-in-the-fog honker. It’s a harmony that became addictive, and carries even into my dotage. Elk music took me to the dance. Bears–particularly grizzly bears–keep me dancing.
Grizzlies, you see, are the Marine Band of the animal world. They swagger with the calm indifference of an animal who knows they have nothing left to prove. So why does this John Philip Sousa of wildlife resonance–an animal who not only fears not, but cares not–receive such a bum rap from the planet’s most fearsome other creatures–us?
Good question; not all grizzly bears are Jack-the-Rippers in fur coats.
One cannot read Roland Cheek’s above take on grizzly bears and doubt the guy’s sincerity. But one should realize he’s not alone:
Your book Learning To Talk Bear is the best book I have ever read, and prepared me for my first grizzly sighting.
Susan Bearer email
Learning To Talk Bear, by Roland Cheek is a must read for anyone interested in the current state of affair of the American grizzly. Cheek combines his vast outdoor experience as an outfitter in Montana with solid research to provide a thoroughly readable and enjoyable book. It reminded me of two other books, John McPhee’s Coming Into the Country about Alaska, and Sebastian Junger’s Perfect Storm. I read Learning To Talk Bear while vacationing in Yellowstone and felt much more in tune while in the backyard of Ursus arctos horribilis.
Franklin Marchman in an amazon.com review
Mark Henckel wrting in the Billings Gazette said: New book paints perfect portrait of grizzlies.
And Bob Mottram, said in Tacoma’s The News Tribune: Cheek is at his best when he’s describing bears in action, and at his best, he’s excellent.
I bought this book [Learning To Talk Bear] because I desire a knowledge of bears, their life, their existence. Reading this book has opened by eyes to more than I ever thought there was to learn. I even bought a map so that I could see the areas he describes. If all books about grizzlies and bears are this enjoyable, I have a lot of reading to do.
An amazon.com five star (*****) review, from Elizabethtown, PA
I just finished reading Learning To Talk Bear and Chocolate Legs. What a wonderful way to spend a few days off. Perhaps we should issue the works of Mike Malone and Roland Cheek to potential tourists before they come to visit.
Mark Barrett in an email
I’ve just finished reading Learning To Talk Bear for the second time from cover to cover, and wish to congratulate you for trying to “wake up” America. It’s a wonderful book; I read every page with interest intensified by the proposal to try and reintroduce the bears into this part of the country.
Letter from Hugo Eskildson / Sula, MT
I just finished Learning To Talk Bear this afternoon. I just wanted to write and share how excited I was about the book. Of course I learned a lot about bears from the book, but it was so much more than just a documentary. It was a love story between Roland and bears, but it also told a little part of your own personal love story. I was so moved!
Letter from Cherol Fryberg / Marysville, WA
Odds are good, if you like Learning To Talk Bear, you’ll also like Chocolate Legs, an entire book about a single distinctively marked Glacier Park grizzly bear who made the New York Times and wire service
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Legal, Crime
W hen Sarah Newby presents her first case in the Court of Criminal Appeal, it seems her career is looking up. But at the same time her marriage hits the rocks, and to the despair of her former admirer Detective Inspector Terry Bateson, Sarah embarks on an affair with a handsome property developer, Michael Parker. All goes well at first, but then a body is discovered in one of Michael’s cottages. As Terry Bateson investigates, his suspicions fall upon Michael. But is Terry just jealous, or is Sarah’s new lover really a murderer?
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Genre(s): Business & Investing, Personal Finance, Budgeting & Money Management, Self-Help, Success, Money Management
T his is a different book. It is not a politically correct book. It is not a book for the faint-hearted, the meek and the easily contented. It is not for closed minds or little boys. It is a book for people with fire in their eyes, who want more in their lives, who want to truly live life and who want to make a difference in the world. It is for those who are looking for a thrill and not for an easy way out. It is for people who are ready for a massive change – a quantum leap – in their happiness, health, wealth and fulfilment levels. This book is about thriving as an extreme millionaire.
It reveals the five keys on how you can become a millionaire while enjoying the journey. So, it shows the way how to make money fast and have a ball at the same time. While slow and steady are indeed virtues, there is a lot of good if you are able to speed the process up!
Among others, readers will discover:
• Why being ‘balanced’ will get them nowhere
• How to never work again in their lives
• How to make money faster
• Why they should follow their dreams
• How to really live
So, in essence, this book is about thriving, not surviving. It is about novel experiences, new opportunities, exciting adventures and electrifying times. It is for those who want to do the things they have never done, see the things they have never seen and go to the places they haven’t been to. It is about stretching their imagination, their strength, their mind and themselves. It is for those who are ready for the ride of a lifetime.
This inspiring guide does not just tell readers of a dream life but reveals the actual steps on how they can actually live it!
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