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By Julia Starkey
Burnbee’s Revenge is an adventure romance set in Scotland in the late 1600s. Sir Robert McBee is called to the court of King James to discuss the problem of reavers. These raiders have been stealing supplies and damaging property. Sir Robert takes advantage of this time at court to present his homely daughter for marriage. Mistress Marthea McBee is well-educated, a healer, and a beekeeper. Her adventure at court is full of mishaps and sorrow. She returns to Burnbee to rebuild her broken dreams. After several loads of their honey mead are stolen, she is plagued with problems in keeping her clan and land protected. Martin Underhill, David, and Daniel McIe request her aid with a wounded man at arms. They are on their way to court to ask assistance of King James in their fight against the reavers. This brief encounter sparks a romance between Marthea and David. Follow Marthea, David, and friends as they try to protect their lands and clans from the raiders and find the love that they both seek. From Edinburgh to France and back, follow their fate. Mysterious strangers aid them on their journey. The raiders stay a step ahead as they pursue them to the final confrontation. Will love prevail? Will Marthea be able to save Burnbee? Enjoy this story as you race to its conclusion with David and his men.
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By Bill Johnson
This is an action packed fictional depiction of events portrayed through out the Caribbean, Cuba and Key West, taking place in the early 1820’s. William Henry Pierce captains his ship the Carlota, a two masted schooner, sponging and hauling freight. Joseph, his eldest son, narrates this story of the exciting and horribly tragic events that befall the Pirece family. Spring arrives; their season begins as they head north from their home on Harbour Island. Captain Pierce contracts to purchase and deliver building supplies for a new school to be built in New Plymouth. Leaving Nassau loaded with supplies the ship is heavily burdened and is quite slow. They are attacked by pirates and a deckhand is seriously injured by falling debris requiring his leg to be amputated while at sea. While docked in Havana, Cuba, Captain Pierce acquires a new deck hand that unbeknown to the Captain has just murdered a fellow sailor and a Spanish soldier to obtain valuable stolen nautical charts. On their voyage to Key West from Havana, the crew of the Carlota witnesses a French Galleon that is being plundered by pirates. The ship is burned and sinks. Three survivors are pulled from the water, a young sailor, who soon dies from his injuries, a French noblemen and his beautiful niece who are en route to join her father, a wealthy plantation owner, in New Orleans. While in Key West Captain Pirece is gravely injured in a knife fight attempting to protect some of his crew. During his convalescing, Joseph sails the Carlota to New Orleans delivering the young lady and her uncle to her father. While they are absent from their home, on Harbor Island, a yellow fever out break occurs. Many of the town’s people die from the disease including the Captain’s wife and youngest daughter. Unable to deal with his loss, Captain Pierce and Joseph move what is left of their families to Key West to begin a new life.
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By Doris Broughton Heath
This is an intercontinental journey of James and Jesus covering a time span of approximately twenty years of which there is no known record of the whereabouts of Jesus as he went "about my Father's wok (Luke 3:49, NIV).” During this time, Jesus experiences trials and tribulations from the perspective of man, and James struggles with the concept that his brother is the son of God. Separated from family since age eight, apprenticed to his uncle, James would now have the opportunity to build a relationship with his beloved little brother. What had he gotten himself into by accepting an inheritance and guardianship of his brother, Jesus? James and Jesus sojourn from their homeland into new and exciting cities. Their journey introduces them to diverse challenges, unforgettable personalities, love, battles, and most importantly, the task of teaching the Word of God to all who would grant audience and accept a sovereign God. From Jerusalem to Calais, Rome, Athens, Britain, the land of the North Sea, they traveled by water and land in search of trade goods for the prosperity of the house of Joseph of Arimathea.
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By Neil L. Hawkins
In this second sequel to The Book in the Loft the stars suddenly vanish and then reappear, throwing the crews of the Circle of Planets’ starship Explorer and the Surion battle cruiser Doras into a distorted universe. And shortly after a battle with aliens from out of Earth’s past, two of Explorer’s crew disappear. Captain Jon Varkon and Surion Captain Korron then set out to find the cause that twisted space and time. Their journey takes them to the secrets of creation gone wrong—to loss, abandonment, and death, with no idea how to return to the life they knew.
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By D.R. Vervalin
On August 3, 1943, PT boat 165 of Squadron 10 hid in a cove just off the beaches of Vonavona in the Solomon Island chain. On board, the boat’s captain, Bane Skiles, and his crew wait patiently and silently for the enemy they know will soon be there. What he doesn’t know is that the action of that night will return to him two and a half years later. Voyager 2 is the story of how the past can come back to haunt or sometimes save you. This story begins before the story of Voyager starts, with the commission of Hiroshi Ishikawa as a lieutenant in the Imperial Navy. His life, he believes, is set for him, but he will soon find out that his life too will be changed by events beyond his control. When Bane returned home in ‘46 with his fiancee, his grandmother foresaw the Voyager sailing with black sails on a black sea. What did her vision mean? Danger, death? If so, for whom? Is the battle at Vonavona and her vision tied together? Now months after he’s home, two new events in Bane’s life would tear him apart, and only love can save him. Follow Bane Skiles once again into the past of international intrigue and the search for the stolen treasures of the Orient. A story of lies and deceit and the one thing in life he had thought he lost.
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By D.R. Vervalin
On August 3, 1943, PT boat 165 of Squadron 10 hid in a cove just off the beaches of Vonavona in the Solomon Island chain. On board, the boat’s captain, Bane Skiles, and his crew wait patiently and silently for the enemy they know will soon be there. What he doesn’t know is that the action of that night will return to him two and a half years later. Voyager 2 is the story of how the past can come back to haunt or sometimes save you. This story begins before the story of Voyager starts, with the commission of Hiroshi Ishikawa as a lieutenant in the Imperial Navy. His life, he believes, is set for him, but he will soon find out that his life too will be changed by events beyond his control. When Bane returned home in ‘46 with his fiancee, his grandmother foresaw the Voyager sailing with black sails on a black sea. What did her vision mean? Danger, death? If so, for whom? Is the battle at Vonavona and her vision tied together? Now months after he’s home, two new events in Bane’s life would tear him apart, and only love can save him. Follow Bane Skiles once again into the past of international intrigue and the search for the stolen treasures of the Orient. A story of lies and deceit and the one thing in life he had thought he lost.
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By Jim Togerson
Rock and roll, murder, explosions, deception, love, romance—all in a day's work for Bishop. Living the rock star life has given a new meaning as Bishop travels the world with his band. All the while, he was making the world safer. As he lives a life of action, Bishop is also a man who is conflicted with who he is and with the things he has done that were asked of him. Bishop: Phantoms of Espionage is a spy thriller, but it's also a story about human emotion.
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By Medha Upadhyay

Ria has finally gotten the forces of evil under control—locked up with the key thrown away. She quietly settles into a new life on the opposite side of the world. But all too soon, she learns of a new danger on the horizon and is violently thrown back into the treacherous realm of magic, with the stakes higher than ever. While battling for her life and those she cares about most, Ria realizes that the line between good and evil isn’t always as clear as it seems. Sometimes you just need to listen to your heart and have a little courage.


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By Bill Johnson
This is an action packed fictional depiction of events portrayed through out the Caribbean, Cuba and Key West, taking place in the early 1820’s. William Henry Pierce captains his ship the Carlota, a two masted schooner, sponging and hauling freight. Joseph, his eldest son, narrates this story of the exciting and horribly tragic events that befall the Pirece family. Spring arrives; their season begins as they head north from their home on Harbour Island. Captain Pierce contracts to purchase and deliver building supplies for a new school to be built in New Plymouth. Leaving Nassau loaded with supplies the ship is heavily burdened and is quite slow. They are attacked by pirates and a deckhand is seriously injured by falling debris requiring his leg to be amputated while at sea. While docked in Havana, Cuba, Captain Pierce acquires a new deck hand that unbeknown to the Captain has just murdered a fellow sailor and a Spanish soldier to obtain valuable stolen nautical charts. On their voyage to Key West from Havana, the crew of the Carlota witnesses a French Galleon that is being plundered by pirates. The ship is burned and sinks. Three survivors are pulled from the water, a young sailor, who soon dies from his injuries, a French noblemen and his beautiful niece who are en route to join her father, a wealthy plantation owner, in New Orleans. While in Key West Captain Pirece is gravely injured in a knife fight attempting to protect some of his crew. During his convalescing, Joseph sails the Carlota to New Orleans delivering the young lady and her uncle to her father. While they are absent from their home, on Harbor Island, a yellow fever out break occurs. Many of the town’s people die from the disease including the Captain’s wife and youngest daughter. Unable to deal with his loss, Captain Pierce and Joseph move what is left of their families to Key West to begin a new life.
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By Bill Johnson
This is an action packed fictional depiction of events portrayed through out the Caribbean, Cuba and Key West, taking place in the early 1820’s. William Henry Pierce captains his ship the Carlota, a two masted schooner, sponging and hauling freight. Joseph, his eldest son, narrates this story of the exciting and horribly tragic events that befall the Pirece family. Spring arrives; their season begins as they head north from their home on Harbour Island. Captain Pierce contracts to purchase and deliver building supplies for a new school to be built in New Plymouth. Leaving Nassau loaded with supplies the ship is heavily burdened and is quite slow. They are attacked by pirates and a deckhand is seriously injured by falling debris requiring his leg to be amputated while at sea. While docked in Havana, Cuba, Captain Pierce acquires a new deck hand that unbeknown to the Captain has just murdered a fellow sailor and a Spanish soldier to obtain valuable stolen nautical charts. On their voyage to Key West from Havana, the crew of the Carlota witnesses a French Galleon that is being plundered by pirates. The ship is burned and sinks. Three survivors are pulled from the water, a young sailor, who soon dies from his injuries, a French noblemen and his beautiful niece who are en route to join her father, a wealthy plantation owner, in New Orleans. While in Key West Captain Pirece is gravely injured in a knife fight attempting to protect some of his crew. During his convalescing, Joseph sails the Carlota to New Orleans delivering the young lady and her uncle to her father. While they are absent from their home, on Harbor Island, a yellow fever out break occurs. Many of the town’s people die from the disease including the Captain’s wife and youngest daughter. Unable to deal with his loss, Captain Pierce and Joseph move what is left of their families to Key West to begin a new life.
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By Tanya Bourton
Bruno is just about to celebrate his seventeenth Birthday when he is summoned back to Nimara. This time the Gwarks revenge is personal and they are out for blood. They are out to destroy Nimara for good. Bruno must face his most difficult challenges with the help from Summer, Elzbieta, new member, Greg and the Nimaran people. Together they must succeed in protecting the planet from total extinction. They will have to face the Gwarks secret weapon that they will have to combat. What will be the outcome?
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By Louis Dorfman

This novel is the story of a wolf named Dakar, written from the animals’ point of view. The novel chronicles Dakar’s odyssey across British Columbia, Canada, and into Montana. Dakar is the young son of the wolf pack leader, Torga, and the alpha female of the pack, Tonya. While resting after feeding, the pack becomes the target of illegal poachers looking for a trophy. Dakar saves his mother and siblings and leads the hunters away from the pack while the pack flees to safety.

Dakar is wounded during the encounter. Despite injury, Dakar keeps leading the hunters further from the wolf pack and away from his home and family. Soon thereafter he meets a mystical raven named Rahwa. This raven leads Dakar on a journey filled with adventure and surprises to get medical assistance from a strange and unexpected source.

Dakar makes unusual and delightful friends along the way and finds that he’s able to trust and relate to other animals, as well as other species, besides his wolf pack. Dakar also learns many skills that will serve him well throughout his life. It becomes ever clearer that Rahwa, the raven, is something more than he appears to be.

The journey has a very surprising and unexpected ending during which Dakar receives help from unexpected sources, overcomes obstacles he never would have believed he could conquer, and learns a great deal more than he believed he ever would about life and relationships.


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By Medha Upadhyay

Ria has finally gotten the forces of evil under control—locked up with the key thrown away. She quietly settles into a new life on the opposite side of the world. But all too soon, she learns of a new danger on the horizon and is violently thrown back into the treacherous realm of magic, with the stakes higher than ever. While battling for her life and those she cares about most, Ria realizes that the line between good and evil isn’t always as clear as it seems. Sometimes you just need to listen to your heart and have a little courage.


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By Rita Russell
Logan is fascinated by the world around him and when a little bug enters his world, they go exploring it together.
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By Ken Wilbur
Eagle Valley shows that the Native American and the White man could live together in peace-even to the point of helping each other to survive.
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