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The Last Hunt by Deon Meyer Book Summary:

A cold case reaches from Cape Town’s shadowy past to bucolic Bordeaux, France, in this thriller by the Barry Award-winning author of Thirteen Hours. When a cold case dossier lands on Captain Benny Griessel’s desk, he and his partner Vaughn Cupido, fellow member of the Hawks elite police unit in South Africa, reluctantly set to work reviewing the evidence. Did ex-cop Johnson Johnson simply disappear on the world’s most luxurious train line—or was he murdered? Two fellow travelers might have the answers Griessel and Cupido need, but they too seem to have disappeared, and the few clues that exist suggest a cover-up. Meanwhile, Daniel Darret has settled into a new, quiet life in Bordeaux, far from his revolutionary past in South Africa. But now a man from that past has reappeared. And he wants to commission Daniel’s unique skills one more time. As the two storylines come crashing together, Griessel and Cupido are left uncertain of the truth—and of their own future. A top-notch addition to the acclaimed Benny Griessel series, The Last Hunt makes a brave and powerful statement about the pervasive corruption that has stolen so much from Deon Meyer’s native country. “Superb…this may be the breakthrough book this author deserves.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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The Last Hunt by Bruce Coville Book Summary:

As Beloved and her Hunters begin the final hunt for the unicorns by ripping through the Axis Mundi into Luster, the magical world begins to collapse from the wound and Cara seeks the help of Graumag the dragon and other friends across Luster for a final and decisive confrontation with the Hunters.

From First Life, To the Last Hunt

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From First Life, To the Last Hunt by Bo Wafford Book Summary:

Bo Wafford is an avid hunter, fisherman, father, and grandfather, with five great-grandchildren. After living and traveling over much of the world during his life, he now spends his days in Mt. Vernon, Texas, within four miles of where he was born. He grew up in Northeast Texas, the son of a farmer, spending as much time picking cotton as in school. A desire to find adventure in his life led him to enlist in the Air Force. Bo served twenty-one years in the United States Air Force, retiring in 1974. The next phase of life led him to a career as a hunting guide. He guided and hunted all over the world, including Australia, Uruguay, Alaska, and many more locations. He still guides occasionally at the world famous Y.O. Ranch, Mountain Home, Texas, where he guided throughout his career. Among hunters he has guided over the years, Bo is known as The Legend. “From First Life to the Last Hunt” chronicles the hardships of his early years and a life full of adventures. Bo guarantees every story to be true and authentic, most of the time.

The Last Hunt in Early County

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The Last Hunt in Early County by John C. Blythe Book Summary:

It is hard to say exactly what it is that makes friendships develop. There is certainly the bond of common interest. But friendship is more than that. It grows stronger with shared adventure, shared pain, and shared laughter. ?I have a better insight into why you enjoyed those trips to South Georgia,? Ruth said after ?proofing? the chapters for me, but she expressed concern that some of the stories might be too ribald for the grandchildren to read. But I am only relating what was said and done as best I can remember. When I told Paul that I was writing about the trips, he also suggested that I might not want to tell it all. But I did ? all that came to mind anyway. To really understand, you?ve got to know it all. The stories in this book are about the annual quail hunting trips Paul and I made to Early County, Georgia over a period of twelve or so years. More than that, the book is about the friendships that four men developed and the bonds that grew over the years. William and Paul lived in the same dormitory when they were students at Auburn University in the late 1950?s. During that time they began making a yearly trip to quail hunt at William?s family farm just north of Blakely, and after Paul retired from the Marines, they took up the tradition again. In February, 1993 they invited me to join them. You will see from these dates that we were not spring chickens when the hunts occurred. The exception is Toby, the sprightly young grig, who was a friend and neighbor of William. I use ?neighbor? in the rural sense because they were not in hollering distance of each other. I could tell that they had a bond when I met them, and that Toby went to ?choir practice? with William?s older buddies. ?Choir practice? was William?s euphemism for playing poker. I do not think that either had a corrupting influence on the other. They were also fishing and hunting partners, the same as Paul and I. Anyone who loves dogs will understand the special bond that develops between owner and dog, or in my case, it seems, between owner and man. I love my dogs, and, thank God, Ruth does too ? probably more than I do. This story is about them, too. Most of all, the story is about the gentleman himself, Mr. Bob White. I fear that I have not done him justice because he is hard to describe. He is fast, agile, allusive, elusive, evasive, and smart. He is gregarious with his clan and forms a covey that moves like an army and springs into the air simultaneously, each foot seeming to leave the ground at the same millisecond. Covey rises always seem choreographed, and even when you know it is about to happen, it is like a surprise, a startle. The sound of a covey rise is frequently expressed as being like an explosion, or thunder, or eruption, but it is not like that. Actually the sound comes from the wing beats, and the pounding of the feathered appendage against the feathered body. just have to be there. Paul and I live in east central Alabama, the lower Piedmont part of the Appalachian foot hills. Here quail and quail habitat have largely disappeared over the last half century as patch or subsistence farming has drastically declined. Quail do not do well in cow pastures and pine plantations. The opportunity for us to hunt birds in Early County, Georgia was a thrill difficult to over state.

The Last Hunt (action adventure urban fantasy)

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The Last Hunt (action adventure urban fantasy) by T.L. Cerepaka Book Summary:

A Vampire Sorceress prequel novella ... Twenty-four-year-old Richard Lee is feared by vampires the world over as the Hunter. As the Hunter, Richard hunts vampires, killing them wherever he finds them and protecting innocent humans from being preyed upon by the monsters he hates. But when his journeys take him to a small town in Texas, Richard uncovers a plot by a powerful Vampire Lord that he cannot stop himself. He must ally with a good vampire named Lucius in order to put a stop to the Vampire Lord's scheme, though Lucius's motives are mysterious and Richard isn't sure he can trust him. Yet Richard will have to learn to trust Lucius, because if he doesn't, then every man, woman, and child in that small town will be sacrificed in a ritual to open the gateway to a dangerous forbidden object banished from Earth 10,000 years ago. KEYWORDS: urban fantasy demon, urban fantasy witch, urban fantasy wizard, urban fantasy mysteries, male urban fantasy, urban fantasy sword, urban fantasy action, urban fantasy demons, urban fantasy mage, urban fantasy sorcerer, urban fantasy angel, urban fantasy angels

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The Last Hunt by Robbie MacNiven Book Summary:

When one of their recruiting worlds is threatened by a tyranid hive fleet, Joghaten Khan leads the White Scars to protect the planet from the rampaging aliens. In the grim darkness of the 41st millennium, the Imperium is protected by Space Marines, superhuman warriors who battle tirelessly to protect humanity from aliens and the dark powers of Chaos. The White Scars are an old and noble Chapter, their apparent wildness and savagery hiding a cultured and spiritual nature. When one of their recruiting worlds comes under threat from a splinter fleet of Hive Fleet Leviathan, Joghaten Khan leads the Fourth Company to protect the planet from the rampaging tyranids. But all is not as clear as it seems. The White Scars find their efforts hampered by mysterious enemies, though they also receive an offer of aid from a most unexpected quarter. Without help, their mission looks next to impossible, but are their newfound allies to be trusted?

Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection

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Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection by Peter David,David Michelinie,J.M. Dematteis,Jim Owsley,Various Book Summary:

Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #289-294 And Annual #20-21, Spider-Man Versus Wolverine, Web Of Spider-Man (1985) #29-32 And Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #131-132. Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson are getting married! But Kraven the Hunter is going to make sure the wall-crawler ends up six feet under — literally! It begins with an all-time classic encounter with Wolverine that changes Spidey’s life forever, leading to the death of one of his best friends! In the wake of tragedy, Peter pops the question — but the honeymoon is short-lived, as Kraven goes to extreme lengths to prove himself superior to his greatest foe! As one of comics’ most introspective, psychological sagas ever unfolds, the Hunter will learn that it’s one thing to defeat Spider-Man — but another to expect him to stay down!

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The Last Hunt by Jackson S. Whitman Book Summary:

Two not-quite-over-the-hill Dall sheep hunters take in one last hunt, flying into the vast and unforgiving Chugach Mountain Range in Southcentral Alaska. Tragedy strikes the pair early on, and one of them is dead. The story that ensues is a wholly convincing account of the other hunter's epic journey out of the mountains, through countless hardships and hostile land, but at the same time, he traverses a majestically beautiful country called Alaska.

The Hunt for the Last Respondent

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The Hunt for the Last Respondent by Ineke A. L. Stoop Book Summary:

"Survey researchers in the Netherlands seem to have resigned themselves to low response rates in random sample surveys, despite the fact that the response rate is generally seen as the main indicator of survey quality. This study demonstrates that high response rates are feasible in the Netherlands and describes how these have been attained. Rather than focusing on the rate of response, the aim of this study is to show when nonresponse can cause bias, and to investigate the causes of and the reasons behind nonresponse. It presents the dangers of focusing on socio-demographic and socio-economic background characteristics and ignoring the reasons why these may be correlated with response behaviour, and also discusses the importance of distinguishing between noncontact and noncooperation."--BOOK JACKET.

Death Hunt for the Last Werewolf

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Death Hunt for the Last Werewolf by Dragan Vujic Book Summary:

Buck and Billy Jo desperately try to leave the valley and start a life together, somewhere else. However, prior to every planned exodus, the local residents beseech them to slay just one more pack of werewolves. Each episode promises to contain the last surviving werewolf. Thereafter, the curse will be lifted and the land shall be set free. Fear prevents the valley people from assisting the shooters. Alone, the deadly duo relentlessly track and hunt the creatures of the night on foot and on horseback. They also travel by boat and by truck. Perseverance drives Buck and Billy Jo beyond the outer limits of human endurance. Heavy losses ensue. Family members, friends and loved ones fall and perish by the wayside. Everything extracts a price, especially victory. The abominations organize and conduct an unexpected night raid on the unsuspecting humans. Tables turn and odds shift dramatically. Cautioned twice, never to fight on holy ground, the werewolf hunters decide to disregard the warning and choose an old abandoned church as their final battleground. Emotions overrule logic. A bloody massacre results from the showdown. The prophecy comes to fruition. Dire consequences flow there from.

A Shadow Intelligence

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A Shadow Intelligence by Oliver Harris Book Summary:

A modern but classically styled spy novel in the spirit of John Le Carré and Chris Pavone, A Shadow Intelligence follows a mercurial MI6 agent, Elliot Kane, as he goes off script to find his lover, who went missing while embroiled in a dangerous scheme in Kazakhstan.

Blood Safari

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Blood Safari by Deon Meyer Book Summary:

“Deon Meyer’s novels explore the complex reality of South Africa . . . they are exciting stories of crime, conflict, and revenge.” —The Miami Herald Blood Safari is a harrowing novel from internationally acclaimed thriller writer Deon Meyer, an expert storyteller whose wickedly fast narratives reveal the heart of his enthralling country. In Blood Safari, Emma le Roux, a beautiful young woman in Cape Town, sees her brother named on the television news as the prime suspect in the killing of four poachers and a witch doctor. But it can’t be possible: Emma’s brother is supposed to be dead, having disappeared twenty years ago in Kruger National Park. Emma tries to find out more but is attacked and barely escapes. So she hires Lemmer, a personal security expert, and sets out into the country in search of the truth. A complicated man with a dishonorable past, Lemmer just wants to do his job and avoid getting personally involved. But as he and Emma search for answers from the rural police, they encounter racial and political tensions, greed, corruption, and violence unlike anything they have ever known. “With Deon Myer you can’t go wrong. He’s a writer whose work I admire, wait for, and then devour.” —Michael Connelly

The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry of Great Britain & Ireland

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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry of Great Britain & Ireland by Thomas Robson (engraver.) Book Summary:

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Cobra by Deon Meyer Book Summary:

A riveting thriller from the acclaimed “King of South African crime” and the author of Blood Safari: “Deon Meyer is one of the unsung masters” (Michael Connelly). Deon Meyer is a world-class writer whose page-turning thrillers probe the social and racial complexities of his native country. In Cobra, a famous English mathematician is kidnapped and his two bodyguards are killed at a guesthouse in the beautiful wine country outside Cape Town. It’s clearly a professional hit, and the spent shell cases offer a chilling clue: each is engraved with the head of a spitting cobra. Meanwhile, in the city, a skilled thief is using his talents to put his sister through college. But he picks the wrong pocket, grabbing the wallet of a young American woman delivering something very valuable and dangerous to South Africa. The thief not only becomes the target of the deadly hit man known as the Cobra, but unwittingly holds the key to stopping a deadly international threat. It’s up to Captain Benny Griessel and his elite investigation team to find the pickpocket and track down the Cobra as the novel hurtles toward a brilliant, heart-stopping finale on the suburban commuter trains. “Mr. Meyer, the leading thriller writer in his native country, traffics in crime-novel situations familiar the world over: drunken cops, charming robbers, dangerous murderers, sudden violence—and sometimes, issues of race.” —The Wall Street Journal

Gunfight at the Eco-Corral

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Gunfight at the Eco-Corral by Robin L. Murray,Joseph K. Heumann Book Summary:

Most film critics point to classic conflicts—good versus evil, right versus wrong, civilization versus savagery—as defining themes of the American Western. In this provocative examination of Westerns from Tumbleweeds (1925) to Rango (2011), Robin L. Murray and Joseph K. Heumann argue for a more expansive view that moves beyond traditional conflicts to encompass environmental themes and struggles. The environment, after all, is the fundamental stage for most western stories, from land rush dramas that pit “sod busters” against ranchers to conflicts between mining-town communities and corporations. Because environmental issues lie at the forefront of so many conflicts today, Murray and Heumann believe that the Western is ripe for such new examination. Drawing on perspectives from both film studies and environmental history, the authors show how western films frequently deal with issues related to land use and different ways of looking at the natural world. In films as diverse as Gene Autry musicals, early John Wayne B-Westerns, and revisionist critiques such as the 2010 remake of True Grit, resources are exploited in the name of progress. Beginning with an analysis of two iconic Westerns, Shane and The Searchers, Murray and Heumann identify the environmental dichotomies—previously overlooked by critics—that are broached in both films, and they clarify the history that lies behind the environmental debates in these films and many others. How do Westerns respond to the historical contexts they present? And what do those responses suggest about American views of nature and its exploitation? The conflicts these movies address grow out of differing views of progress, frequently in relation to technology. The authors show that such binary oppositions tend to blur when examined closely, demonstrating that environmental issues are often more complex than we realize.

The Last Hunt

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The Last Hunt by Ron Schwab Book Summary:

Set amidst the last days of the Comanche wars, The Last Hunt continues the story of the Rivers family, whose fates are intertwined with the Comanche-and their great war chief, Quanah Parker-both personally and professionally. The decisions Quanah makes as the conflict nears its end will have a far-reaching effect beyond his Comanche nation, and the long-brewing showdown for Josh to reclaim his kidnapped son reaches its conclusion. In The Last Hunt, the third book of The Law Wranglers series, the stakes are high, and unexpected parties must forge paths of trust, friendship, and forgiveness in building their lives for the future.

The Hunt

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The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda Book Summary:

'Brilliant and addictive . . .Think of The Hunger Gameswith vampires' Richelle Mead Against all odds, 17-year-old Gene has survived in a world where humans have been eaten to near extinction by the general population. Every decade there is a government sponsored hunt. When Gene is selected, he must learn the art of the hunt while eluding his fellow competitors whose suspicions about his true nature are growing . . .

The Last Buffalo Hunt and Other Stories

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The Last Buffalo Hunt and Other Stories by J. I. Merritt Book Summary:

Read and relish some of America's greatest outdoor stories and characters in J.I. Merritt's The Last Buffalo Hunt & Other Stories. The stories in this anthology feature legendary Americans as well as some lesser-known figures in history, giving readers a unique first-hand glimpse into the past.

Civil War in the North Carolina Quaker Belt

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Civil War in the North Carolina Quaker Belt by William T. Auman Book Summary:

This is an account of the seven military operations conducted by the Confederacy against deserters and disloyalists and the concomitant internal war between secessionists and those who opposed secession in the Quaker Belt of central North Carolina. It explains how the “outliers” (deserters and draft-dodgers) managed to elude capture and survive despite extensive efforts by Confederate authorities to hunt them down and return them to the army. The author discusses the development of the secret underground pro–Union organization the Heroes of America, and how its members utilized the Underground Railroad, dug-out caves, and an elaborate system of secret signals and communications to elude the “hunters.” Numerous instances of murder, rape, torture and other brutal acts and many skirmishes between gangs of deserters and Confederate and state troops are recounted. In a revisionist interpretation of the Tar Heel wartime peace movement, the author argues that William Holden’s peace crusade was in fact a Copperhead insurgency in which peace agitators strove for a return of North Carolina and the South to the Union on the Copperhead basis—that is, with the institution of slavery protected by the Constitution in the returning states.

Inujjuamiunt Foraging Strategies

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Inujjuamiunt Foraging Strategies by Eric Alden Smith Book Summary:

This study of the hunters of the settlement of Inukjuak (Inujjuaq) in Ungava, northern Quebec, evaluates the utility of models drawn from evolutionary ecology, including optimal foraging theory, in analyzing the subsistence economy of a contemporary (Inuit) hunting-gathering people, and places the Inujjuamiut society in a general anthropological context.

Kraven's Last Hunt

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Kraven's Last Hunt by N.A Book Summary:

Kraven, one of the world's best big-game hunters, comes to New York to hunt down Spider-Man.

The Scottish Witch-Hunt in Context

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The Scottish Witch-Hunt in Context by Julian Goodare Book Summary:

This book is a collection of essays on Scottish witchcraft and witch-hunting, which covers the whole period of the Scottish witch-hunt, from the mid-16th century to the early 18th. It particularly emphasizes the later stages, since scholars are now as keen to explain why witch-hunting declined as why it occurred. There are studies of particular witchcraft panics, including a reassessment of the role of King James VI. The book thus covers a wide range of topics concerned with Scottish witch-hunting - and also places it in the context of other topics: gender relations, folklore, magic and healing, and moral regulation by church and state.

The Last Treasure Hunt

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The Last Treasure Hunt by Jane Alexander Book Summary:

At the age of thirty, Campbell Johnstone is a failure. He's stuck behind the bar of a shabby pub, watching from the sidelines while everyone else makes a success of their lives, especially Eve Sadler, a childhood friend and rising Hollywood star. When Campbell tries to rekindle their relationship, he longs for the glitter of her success to rub off on him but a single shocking night changes everything in ways he could never have predicted.

Hunt for the Last Public Enemy in Northeastern Ohio, The: Alvin "Creepy" Karpis and his Road to Alcatraz

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Hunt for the Last Public Enemy in Northeastern Ohio, The: Alvin "Creepy" Karpis and his Road to Alcatraz by Julie A Thompson Book Summary:

The last Public Enemy No. 1 of the Depression era, Alvin "Creepy" Karpis reportedly compiled a record of fifty-four aliases, fifteen bank robberies, fourteen murders, three jailbreaks and two kidnappings. Roaming the country to evade capture (or worse), Karpis regularly hid out in northeastern Ohio, where he and the remnants of the infamous Ma Barker Gang perpetrated the last great American train heist in Garrettsville. His criminal career came to an end when J. Edgar Hoover and his famed G-Men apprehended the man they wanted more than any other in New Orleans. From there, Karpis found himself confined on Alcatraz Island, where he spent nearly twenty-six years--more than any inmate in the prison's history. Historian Julie Thompson tells the true story of Karpis's life and career, a riveting tale taking readers from rural Kansas and Ohio to the bustling streets of the Big Easy and into the bleak innards of "the Rock."

Two Hundred Thousand Years

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Two Hundred Thousand Years by J. Jung Book Summary:

Two Hundred Thousand Years presents snapshots of life since the dawn of mankind. In an engaging series of short stories, characters live the human experience and journey through the great gateways of human history, seeking answers to compelling questions such as: · How did man, a physical weakling, rise to dominate a planet of powerful carnivores? · Does contemporary man differ from his ancient predecessors? · Can man's future be seen in his past? · Is man good, evil, both, or neither? · What will likely end man's reign on earth? Characters learn what it means to be human-in both good times and bad. In Fire, an African tribesman struggles to cope after his three-year-old child is swept away by a powerful river. In The Hunt, a clan braves the tundra as they seek to kill bison, driving off other carnivores, and finding ways to keep warm in their bid to continue living. In The Astronaut, a spaceman marvels at passing through perhaps the greatest gateway of all: outer space. Entertaining and thought provoking, Two Hundred Thousand Years explores how man got to where he is today and where he might be going in the future.

50 Years as a U.S. Immigrant

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50 Years as a U.S. Immigrant by Svein Jenshus Book Summary:

My fore-father Vikings arrived in North America in ships like this one over 300 years before Columbus and you'll find the historic facts in this book. I arrived in a more modern vessel. My son Earl S. Jenshus designed both the cover, showing a likeness of "our Stavangerford" and the back page. He is an international known graphic artist. Reading these pages you may learn a little Hawaiian, learn how to shoot birds on the wing, train dogs, buy the "pick-of-the-litter", shotgun safety. How to make money investing in real estate and how to look at the similarities of languages instead of the differences. You can learn how to hypnotize chicken! More useful might be the secret of how to pronounce a-multi-syllable word the first time you see it (!) and how to have a long and happy marriage in the process. It covers 80 plus years of living on two continents, 50+ of them in different states in the USA, starting as a penniless immigrant in Brooklyn N.Y., working in different fields before I found my niche in sales. Including as well are hundreds of years of history, part of which I have actually lived and more still of what I have learned being an avid reader since early childhood.


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Spider-Man by N.A Book Summary:

Kraven, one of the world's best big-game hunters, comes to New York to hunt down Spider-Man.

The Last Affair

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The Last Affair by Margot Hunt Book Summary:

Love may be blind, but obsession’s a real killer. Nora Holliday is not that kind of woman. Not the kind who has an illicit affair with a married man. But Josh Landon is everything Nora’s alcoholic husband isn’t. And now she and Josh are so infatuated, they can’t stay away from one another. Abby Landon, Josh’s daughter, is home from college nursing a broken heart. She’s seeking solace, not more scandal, so when she catches her dad kissing Nora, she vows to take the homewrecker down. And as for Abby’s mother and Josh’s wife, Gwen? To anyone on the outside looking in, the mother of two appears to be living the ideal suburban life. Until she winds up dead. The serene seaside town of Shoreham has always been the perfect place to raise a family—not somewhere housewives are brutally murdered. So who killed Gwen Landon, and how many twisted secrets will be exposed as the vindictive plot comes undone?

The Great Hunt

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The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan Book Summary:

'Epic in every sense' - Sunday Times The second novel in the Wheel of Time series - one of the most influential and popular fantasy epics ever published. The Forsaken are loose, the Horn of Valere has been found and the Dead are rising from their dreamless sleep. The Prophecies are being fulfilled - but Rand al'Thor, the shepherd the Aes Sedai have proclaimed as the Dragon Reborn, desperately seeks to escape his destiny. Rand cannot run for ever. With every passing day the Dark One grows in strength and strives to shatter his ancient prison, to break the Wheel, to bring an end to Time and sunder the weave of the Pattern. And the Pattern demands the Dragon. 'With the Wheel of Time, Jordan has come to dominate the world that Tolkien began to reveal' New York Times 'A fantasy phenomenon' SFX The Wheel of Time The Eye of the World The Great Hunt The Dragon Reborn The Shadow Rising The Fires of Heaven Lord of Chaos A Crown of Swords The Path of Daggers Winter's Heart Crossroads of Twilight Knife of Dreams The Gathering Storm Towers of Midnight A Memory of Light New Spring (prequel)

Dancing with Eva

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Dancing with Eva by Alan Judd Book Summary:

In April 1945 Hitler's bunker in Berlin was the last place Edith Mecklenburg wanted to be. But Edith had no choice: as secretary to Eva Braun, Hitler's mistress and -- for a few final, desperate hours -- his wife, Edith had to see it through to the bitter end. Edith was one of the lucky few. She not only got out alive but made a new life for herself in England. Sixty years on, now a widow and grandmother, the Bunker is almost forgotten. But the past has not forgotten her. Hans, a soldier she knew from those dark days, has written asking if he may visit. Obsessed with the war, he has spent the intervening decades tracking down all who were there, and who survived. In her reluctant raking-over of old coals, Edith finds embers that still burn, and in the act of remembrance a very current threat . . .


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THE THRALL OF LEIF THE LUCKY by Ottilie A. Liljencrantz Book Summary:

Leif Ericsson, also known as “LEIF THE LUCKY”, was the second son of Erik the Red and certainly displayed the Viking spirit of action, adventure and exploration. As a young man Leif Ericsson visited Norway, where he converted to Christianity. He was charged with returning to Greenland to convert the populace, but instead sailed further west and is believed to have landed somewhere in Nova Scotia. He spent a year in North America before returning home to Greenland, where he served as governor. THE Anglo-Saxon race was in its boyhood in the days when the Vikings lived. For every heroic vice, the Vikings laid upon the opposite scale an heroic virtue. They plundered and robbed, but where they raided, they traded, as most men did in the times when “Might made Right.” Yet the heaven-sent instinct of hospitality was in the marrow of their bones. No beggar went from their doors without alms; no traveller asked in vain for shelter. As cunningly false as they were to their foes, just so superbly true were they to their friends. Above all, they were a race of conquerors, whose knee bent only to its proved superior. Their allegiance was not given to the man who was king-born, but to the man who showed himself their leader in courage and their master in skill. The film The Viking (1928) was based on this novel, which has, to some extent, been based on Viking history. 10% of the publisher’s profit from the sale of this book will be donated to Charities.

The Last Sentry

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The Last Sentry by Gregory Young,Nate Braden Book Summary:

Providing inspiration for Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October, the 1975 mutiny aboard the Soviet destroyer Storozhevoy (translated Sentry) aimed at nothing less than the overthrow of Leonid Brezhnev and the Soviet government. Valery Sablin, a brilliant young political officer, seized control of the ship by convincing half the officers and all of the sailors to sail to Leningrad, where they would launch a new Russian Revolution. Suppressed in the Soviet Union for fifteen years, Young (the first American to uncover the mutiny twenty years ago) and Braden finally tell the untold story relying on recently declassified KGB documents as well as the Sablin family's papers. It is a gripping account of a disillusioned idealist forced to make the agonizing choice between working within or destroying the system he is sworn to protect.

Rails Trails and Other Tales

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Rails Trails and Other Tales by Meynardie Blanchard Book Summary:

Rails Trails and Other Tales weaves the reader through the romance and adventure of hopping freight trains and being out in the wilderness. Along with others, there are stories of dogs, ducks and commentaries on the misunderstood mule. Stories lived and stories handed down, kept alive with the telling and given longevity with the pen. Adventure and experiences through which the reader can get an idea of how life in the open and on the move can get into ones psyche to the point that wondering becomes solace to a wayward spirit. Some experiences in life we pursue and acquire, others just come along and happen to us when we put ourselves in their paths. Either way experiences and adventures are elements in life that give substance to our memories. We may not be able to experience all we wish, but we can, visit some experiences lived by others. You, reader may not be able to wander in the fi rst person but here you can sit back and do some arm-chair wandering and have a look at some other tid-bits of life. Also you may get a little look into what can happen sometimes when one just casts his way into the winds of chance. Meynardie

The Last Assassin

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The Last Assassin by Peter Stothard Book Summary:

Many men killed Julius Caesar. Only one man was determined to kill the killers. From the spring of 44 BC through one of the most dramatic and influential periods in history, Caesar's adopted son, Octavian, the future Emperor Augustus, exacted vengeance on the assassins of the Ides of March, not only on Brutus and Cassius, immortalized by Shakespeare, but all the others too, each with his own individual story. The last assassin left alive was one of the lesser-known: Cassius Parmensis was a poet and sailor who chose every side in the dying Republic's civil wars except the winning one, a playwright whose work was said to have been stolen and published by the man sent to kill him. Parmensis was in the back row of the plotters, many of them Caesar's friends, who killed for reasons of the highest political principles and lowest personal piques. For fourteen years he was the most successful at evading his hunters but has been barely a historical foot note--until now. The Last Assassin dazzlingly charts an epic turn of history through the eyes of an unheralded man. It is a history of a hunt that an emperor wanted to hide, of torture and terror, politics and poetry, of ideas and their consequences, a gripping story of fear, revenge, and survival.

Coon Hunting in Schuyler County, Illinois

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Coon Hunting in Schuyler County, Illinois by Don Lerch Book Summary:

Don Lerch was born and raised in Schuyler County, Illinois. He began coon hunting as a young boy and continued until he was no longer able to go. As a young boy, coon hunting was a necessity for meals, as there were nine other siblings, and the hides were as important because they would provide money for cloths, shoes, groceries or whatever might be needed for the family. Don and his wife Char retired in 2005 to spend more time together. He lost her in 2006 shortly after retirement. Although she was not a coon hunter, she was a rock of support throughout their marriage. The have two children and seven grandchildren. Don published his first book in 2012 and the response was so great for another one, be began gathering stories and went to work again. These stories generate from six different counties, Adams, Brown, Cass, Fulton, McDonough and Schuyler and span from the 1930's till present day. You will read about heartbreaking losses, mule riding, trying to cross the river without a plug in the boat, forgetting the gun, getting lost and some hunts you wish you had been along for the ride. The thrill of the hunt is priceless. Although Don is no longer able to hunt, the "fever" is still there, and as long as their are coon hunters, there will be stories, and he will listen.

Yellowtail, Crow Medicine Man and Sun Dance Chief

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Yellowtail, Crow Medicine Man and Sun Dance Chief by Thomas Yellowtail,Michael Oren Fitzgerald Book Summary:

Medicine man and Sun Dance chief Thomas Yellowtail is a pivotal figure in Crow tribal life. As a youth he lived in the presence of old warriors, hunters, and medicine men who knew the freedom and sacred ways of pre-reservation life. As the principal figure in the Crow-Shoshone Sun Dance religion, Yellowtail has preserved traditional values in the face of the constantly encroaching, diametrically opposed values of materialistic modern socity. Through his life story and description of the Sun Dance religion we can reexamine the premises and orientations of both cultures.

Hoof Prints to HIS Prints

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Hoof Prints to HIS Prints by Jeff May Book Summary:

"Hoof Prints to HIS Prints" brings together everything a spiritually-minded deer hunter experiences while pursuing the whitetail deer. Many deer hunters are talking about how they feel so close to God in the woods. It's not surprising. The Bible says, "As the deer pants for the water brooks, so pants my soul for you, O God." In "Hoof Prints to HIS Prints", you will enjoy more than 52 stories tracking through the seasons of life—stories of inspiration, laughter, friendship and comradery, family and even trials. Each devotional walks a trail through the woods and into the Word of God. You will likely relive many of your own adventures in the whitetail woods. You don't even have to hunt to be captivated by this book. It aims to interest everyone who is searching for meaning in life. This is a book you will read and then want to share with others. Come along for the pursuit. There's a great trophy waiting at the end.

Travels in the Mogul Empire

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Travels in the Mogul Empire by François Bernier,Irving Brock Book Summary:

The first modern English translation of a book on travel in seventeenth-century India reasserts its interest for imperial Britain.