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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Contemporary, Genre Fiction, Historical, Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction
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ONE MISSISSIPPI – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008YX5INY
. . .It only takes one second of time
to have your life change forever. . .
Joplin Missouri, 1933, Kathryn Nash believes that her life has finally changed for the better. Her abusive husband of eighteen years, Clayton, has passed away suddenly and she has met an intriguing handsome stranger, John Stevens. Will a dark secret from Kathryn’s distant past surface and place Kathryn at odds with everyone in her world? Will her life change in a split second, sending her on a collision course with destiny that threatens her very life and the lives of those she loves the most?
The Great Depression, The Great Midwestern Crime Spree, and the early incarnations of the Ku Klux Klan all converge on the small town of Joplin and shape not only history, but the very course of Kathryn’s life. One Mississippi is a fast paced work of historical fiction that will keep you wondering what could possibly happen next and eager to find out just what can really happen in the time it takes to say the word “Mississippi.”
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Mystery, Historical, Women Sleuths
W hy did a nun in a seventeenth-century convent flagellate herself until her blood spattered the wall? Why did nuns save a child doomed to death in the Holocaust and who wanted her killed? Who wants a lost head-shaped reliquary that holds something other than a head? And are answers to these questions the key to a terrible modern-day death in a quiet archive?
When American historian Pandora (Dory) Ryan finds a very rare, uncataloged seventeenth century nun’s diary inside a record book at the provincial archives in Avignon, she is thrilled. This is historian’s treasure. But she doesn’t know yet that it will send her on a search that brings about changes in how she feels about her profession, the irrational, and love with a sexy Frenchman. And it will take her from the archive on a dangerous adventure into the countryside of Provence, which, beautiful as it is, has a long and bloody history.
The archive’s dramatis personae: the grumpy archivist, with his paper-clip chains; the gofer, who smokes Gauloises and gets away with far too much; a nun with a sense of humor who harangues high school kids about sex; the nun’s glamorous sidekick; a famous American historian, whose requests for documents are inexplicably denied; the eminent professor, destined to fall in love; his nervous graduate student. And that sexy Frenchman, who isn’t who he says he is.
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Bug Books for Kids, “The Adventures of FireyBug” Children’s Picture Books in Stunning HD Fire Quality (Animals, Bugs and Spiders, PictureBook, Cartoon, Nursery Rhymes for Bedtime and Dreaming) by MaSSiMo
Genre(s): Animals, Bugs & Spiders, Comics & Graphic Novels, Comic Strips, Comic Strips & Cartoons, Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Cartoons
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In this entertaining Cartoon Bugs Book, follow FireyBug through His Firey Forest Adventure as FireyBug faces the danger of a forest fire and helps all the creatures of the forest escape by lighting the way with his FireyBug shine.
Help FireyBug save the Creatures of the Forest from a fire.
The Adventures of FireyBug Features As with all good Children’s Books about Bugs, the story has a rhyming text to help kids read. Educational elements include, recognizing, naming and counting creatures in the story. Also spotting and recognizing Wow Words within the text and a life lesson on how nature rejuvenates. Enjoy numerous engaging, colorful and fun animations on every page. This will make a perfect bedtime story book and a great addition to your collection of Children’s Bug and Spider Books Like FireBug, then take a look at the latest episode in the Bugs Book Series, by clicking on the image below.
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, True Accounts, True Crime, Education & Reference, Schools & Teaching, Education Theory, Decision Making & Problem Solving
“ A must have for any writer serious about crafting authentic private eyes. Collins knows her stuff.”
- Lori Wilde, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
“Real-life private investigator Colleen Collins spills the beans.”
~The Thrilling Detective
“Let’s just say the technology of the Kindle Fire takes this book to a new level, giving you insight on how to do deep searches, purchasing spy equipment, and links to must know web sites and blogs to give you the inside scoop of being a PI.” ~ Kipp Poe Speicher
How Do Private Eyes Do That? is a compilation of articles about private investigations written by Colleen Collins, a professional private investigator. Its topics are geared to readers interested in the world of PIs, including fiction writers, researchers, investigators and those simply curious about the profession.
A supplement to the book is a chapter from How to Write a Dick: A Guide to Writing Fictional Sleuths from a Couple of Real-Life Sleuths, co-authored by Colleen Collins. This chapter describes numerous specializations in the field of private investigations, including legal investigations, infidelity investigations, pet detection, insurance investigations, personal injury investigations, executive protection and more.
“If you’re looking for the lowdown on private investigations, this is it. Packed with details and insights. A must-have for anybody writing private-eye fiction and for anybody who’s curious about what being a private-eye is really like.”
- Bill Crider, author of the Sheriff Dan Rhodes series and many other novels in multiple genres
“I’ve read articles written by other private investigators which are tough to understand because the person rambles on and on…in this book, Collins sticks to the topic and explains things well.” ~ PI Guy
“My mom checked out the book and got some ideas for how to find a second counsin she lost contact with a long time ago, so the book is for people who aren’t writers, too.” ~ Zoe
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Historical, Romance, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance
S et in a panorama of the American West as its portrait is first being painted, The Platte River Waltz is the initial stroke in the unfolding of Josh Bonner’s tale. In 1848, only seventeen years old, on the Oregon Trail and suddenly orphaned, Josh begins a journey through the unsettled frontier of a wild continent. Just making first acquaintance with manhood, he quickly finds his future linked to Elizabeth Hampton, a coquette from his old hometown. Together they resolve to venture into an uncertain and dangerous future. Accompanied by Jubilee, an escaped slave, Josh and Elizabeth join a wagon train of Missouri emigrants led by a voyageur scout and a town constable turned captain. The couple commences a lusty exploration of the lands they pass and of each other.
The scout is the first to recognize the mettle of Josh Bonner, taking the novitiate under his wing. Others in the party, a missionary couple, an adventurous sawbones, and a clan of farmers, quickly recognize the newcomers as a formidable alliance that drives the expedition across the wild prairie. The land, the weather, and human frailty threaten, but cannot daunt their resolve. Populated with compelling characters, colorful dialog, intriguing subplots, and thrilling encounters, The Platte River Waltz explores a period of American history largely bypassed by contemporary historical fiction.
This first installment contains the initial chapters and introduces the characters, settings, and style of the overall work painting them into the backdrop of the western plains at the commencement of the great migration from the civilized East. This sample contains the first four chapters, approximately fifty pages, as excerpted from, The Platte River Waltz, Orphans in the Storm.
“What a wonderful and superbly written account of a journey West!
I was completely absorbed by the remarkable characters and sweeping landscapes- caught so brilliantly by the magnificent writing and plotting!
–as reviewed on goodreads.com–
“I have to say that this was one of the best books I have read in the past year. A few minutes ago I ordered [The Growler Brigade], and cannot wait to start reading it. I’m surprised a book this good was self-published..”
–review on Amazon–
“The author has painted a rich landscape onto which he has thrown an diverse group of characters to bring us the start of what promises to be a remarkable series.”
Please note the language and vernacular of the mid-1800s is used throughout and some references might be considered offensive but is incorporated for historical fidelity. The content is for the mature reader, not recommended for children.
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