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Cabo Sunset , the third installment in Robert Wisehart's gripping crime series, finds troubled P.I. Ethan Cruickshank involved in his most personal case yet. When threats are leveled against a wealthy media magnate, Cruickshank is called upon to find the culprit, and it isn't long before he's once again getting his hands dirty—even bloody—in the exotic setting of Cabo San Lucas. Beset by physical...
Published: Mar. 29, 2013
Just as the mythical pied-piper's trance enthralled listeners, the poetry in Pied-Piper Philology: Love Words enchants readers with a new spin on love poems. R. Allen Shoaf's collection of poems deftly interweaves linguistic insight into the tale of two people learning that a love of words can nurture words of love, in turn fostering acts of love. The poems explore intimacy, discourse and lovers...
Published: Feb. 26, 2013
Do parallel worlds exist? Searching for proof, Professors Rodger & Cassie Swift vanish. Kestrelle, a spirit-like girl claiming to know their fate, tells their son Braden he must brave a whitewater tooth-sprouting river into a land where wise vultures predict the future and blue minds inhabit lava caves. Only two powers can help: Kestrelle's Blood Thorn and Braden's vine-painted guitar. ...
Published: Feb. 8, 2013
Lust & Longing in New York is a Gonzo-style journey into the concrete heart of America. A next-gen incarnation of Hunter S. Thompson, Scottish poet and writer Sean Urquhart exposes his mind, body, and soul to NYC, and the city's darkest vestiges seep out from beneath their modern-day sheen to greet him. With a head full of madness and drugs, Urquhart traverses Manhattan's maze of streets, bars,...
Published: Nov. 30, 2012
Drama, betrayal and mystery draw part-time P.I. and rogue-for-hire Ethan Cruickshank into the cliffs, beaches and bays of Cabo San Lucas as he hunts for a bail-jumping sex offender. Plagued by his own inner demons, Cruickshank is joined by a cohort of intriguing characters as he picks up the trail. Cabo Revenge, part of Robert Wisehart's Cabo series, explores a place where the setting's natural...
Published: Nov. 26, 2012
What if dragons living on the moon fell from the sky and secretly made their homes in trash dumps all over the world? Maureen Schlukbier's The Dragon Moon: A Series of Dragon Tails will delight young readers with tales of friendship and fun as the fallen dragons are forced to live in seclusion and deal with familiar problems for children of all ages. Richly illustrated, these delightful tales of...
Published: Nov. 26, 2012
On July 20, 1969, NASA forever changed human history when astronauts first stepped on the Moon. But what happened after that fateful footstep? How did NASA change from a pioneering organization into a members-only bureaucracy that stifles scientific thought? Dr. J. Marvin Herndon tackles this question in his book, NASA’s Science: A Betrayal of Trust. Herndon cites examples of NASA neglect and...
Published: Sep. 15, 2012
When a powerful real estate tycoon’s wife is kidnapped for a ransom, former P.I. Ethan Cruickshank once again finds himself on the trail of justice in Robert Wisehart’s Cabo, an engrossing crime novel set in beautiful, and sometimes dangerous, Cabo San Lucas. Along with the local Chief of Police and colorful new friends, Cruickshank is swept into an investigation that initially turns up more...
Published: Aug. 10, 2012
If you’ve ever seen a shooting star, perhaps you’ve glimpsed a hint of our planet’s composition. Dr. J. Marvin Herndon explores the connection between meteors and the Earth’s core in his book, What Meteorites Tell Us About Earth. Herndon traces the historical highlights of meteorite investigations from “sky stones” documented in the late fifteenth century up through scientific discoveries of...
Published: Aug. 3, 2012
Sam Houston stares down the political opposition with his trademark fortitude and courage in Robert Wisehart’s riveting historical novel The Lion at Bay. A sequel to Born for the Storm, this book continues the saga of one of the United States’ most colorful heroes by focusing on Houston’s later years, beginning with the death of his father figure and dear friend, Andrew Jackson. As Texas joins...
Published: May 29, 2012
After uncovering many nefarious plots of the German Third Reich, Austrian-American designer Katya Becker continues her life of adventure in The Treskel, Dorothy Seymour Mills’s final historical novel in the Katya Becker Trilogy. Agreeing to help her lover, Professor Adrian Paul, spy on the Fascist parties of Germany and Italy to aid the American Embassy, Katya meets the notorious Mussolini and...
Published: May 22, 2012
Soldier, lawyer, statesman, hero, ladies’ man, drunk: General Sam Houston’s colorful biography comes to life in Robert Wisehart’s action-filled historical novel Born for the Storm. This book traces Houston’s beginnings as a teenage runaway living with the Cherokee and being adopted by the chief. At nineteen, his story continues as a soldier at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend where he begins his...
Published: May 17, 2012
Katya Becker returns to a life of intrigue, espionage, and ancient myth in The Labyrinth, volume two of the Katya Becker trilogy. Working alongside Eleanor Roosevelt, Katya again travels to Europe, where she befriends Countess Harriett Walderdorf and meets Hitler’s mistress, Eva Braun. When Miss Braun invites her to the Berghof, Katya comes face-to-face with Adolf Hitler himself and learns of her...
Published: May 11, 2012
Katya Becker, an Austrian immigrant living in the United States in the 1930s, returns to her homeland to investigate two ancient symbols from a prehistoric salt mine in The Sceptre, volume one of the Katya Becker trilogy. Once in Austria, she uncovers a Nazi plot to find a mythological sceptre with enormous power and must navigate this dangerous atmosphere to find answers. As Katya continues her...
Published: Apr. 6, 2012
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The Foundations of Freedom is your key to understanding the primary documents and decisions that shape freedom in the United States of America. In addition to a detailed analysis of American citizens’ rights, this ebook also contains a digital transcription of important original documents: The Declaration of Independence, The US Constitution (including Bill of Rights and amendments), Thomas...
Published: Mar. 28, 2012
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Everyone has a favorite teacher: the one who encouraged you, taught you to think differently and helped you succeed when you thought you would fail. Celebrities from Garrison Keillor to Joan Rivers reflect on their favorite teachers and lessons learned in this ebook. From artists and entertainers to presidents and professors, the famous individuals in this collection reminisce about the educators...
Published: Mar. 23, 2012
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Documenting events through photography became a popular phenomenon during the Civil War. The Civil War Sesquicentennial Series showcases these historical images and provides detailed commentary for each photograph. Each ebook in the series focuses on an aspect of the war, such as its administration, new technologies, and the people and occupations of the day. This collection of photographs...
Published: Mar. 19, 2012
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Poisonings, blackmail, hidden identities and murder: these are just some of the mysteries waiting to be solved in Detective Fiction, Volume 1 of the Original Women of Mystery series. This collection spotlights Victorian women authors who pioneered key elements of today’s mystery genre. Pulitzer prize winner Deborah Blum traces these novelists’ legacy in the series introduction, explaining why...
Published: Mar. 8, 2012
What started out as an ordinary day at Lynn Road Elementary School proved anything but ordinary in the exciting ebook, Miss S. Goes to Mars. Substitute teacher extraordinaire Miss S.’s fourth grade class has their hands full when their teacher is needed on Mars to teach the Martians how to read. Based on kids in her actual classes, Miss S.’s students meet aliens, discover spaceships and learn to...
Published: Mar. 1, 2012
Veteran political cartoonist Paul Duginski sets his sights on the Tea Party in this collection of his irreverent handiwork. Duginski depicts the Tea Party faithful, their leaders, and just who is behind the scenes of this populist movement. He posits the reason this group has been able to gain such traction and addresses their recent forays into politics, including the failed American Jobs Act,...
Published: Feb. 23, 2012
The last 200 years have seen major discoveries in determining how the Earth formed, but until now, a unifying theory did not exist. In this ebook, Dr. J. Marvin Herndon puts his forth his theory of the Earth’s formation and how that determined some of our planet’s characteristics, namely the geomagnetic field. Learn more about what the magnetic field does, how it protects us from the Sun, why the...
Published: Feb. 16, 2012
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Documenting events through photography became a popular phenomenon during the Civil War. The Civil War Sesquicentennial Series showcases these historical images and provides detailed commentary for each photograph. Each ebook in the series focuses on an aspect of the war, such as its administration, new technologies, and the people and occupations of the day. Since rivers, bays and coasts were...
Published: Feb. 16, 2012
Explore Black history like never before with this comprehensive collection of essays and photos by Dr. Lawrence Hogan. Having studied and taught African American history for over 40 years, Hogan’s expertise shines through as he reveals key parts of the past and connects them with our experiences today. Hogan highlights well-known figures Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as...
Published: Feb. 9, 2012
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Documenting events through photography became a popular phenomenon during the Civil War. The Civil War Sesquicentennial Series showcases these historical images and provides detailed commentary for each photograph. Each ebook in the series focuses on an aspect of the war, such as its administration, new technologies, and the people and occupations of the day. The images in this ebook focus on...
Published: Feb. 2, 2012
John Thorn is the official historian for MLB and has written many books on baseball history. First Pitch is the ideal introduction to the origins of the game for readers of all ages. Crammed with original primary research and newly discovered artifacts, memorabilia, colorful paintings and images, this comprehensive historical work is perhaps most interesting for replacing long-established myths...
Published: Jan. 31, 2012
How did the Earth form? What's inside the Earth's core? Are we really running out of oil? Is there one theory that explains all the physical observations we see in our planet's geography, topology and oceanography? Dr. J. Marvin Herndon presents a unifying theory about the Earth's formation and composition in volume 1 of the Indivisible Earth series: Consequences of Earth's Formation as a...
Published: Jan. 25, 2012
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Documenting events through photography became a popular phenomenon during the Civil War. The Civil War Sesquicentennial Series showcases these historical images and provides detailed commentary for each photograph. Each ebook in the series focuses on an aspect of the war, such as its administration, new technologies, and the people and occupations of the day. The artillery pictures in this ebook...
Published: Jan. 12, 2012
A smart and funny challenge to all conservative talking heads to stop the Idiocy. A fresh new voice from the left issues a smart, funny challenge to stop the idiocy! Author Joe Marconi exposes the folly and downright stupidity spilling from a cornucopia of public liars and self-important dolts whose illogic, opacity, and invective are cluttering up America's public discourse. Exposing the...
Published: Jan. 8, 2012
Dorothy Seymour Mills steps out from the shadows of unrecognized authorship to describe in fascinating detail her journey to become the first woman baseball historian. Mills’s experiences as a woman working in a predominantly male field from the 1950s to the present day bring to life her legacy and that of her fellow women baseball writers. She also delves into America’s relationship with its...
Published: Dec. 28, 2011
John Thorn, Official Historian for Major League Baseball, tracks the history of the game in America from its misty origins to present-day glory. A great read for historians and baseball enthusiasts of all stripes, “Baseball: Our Game” explores the evolution of America’s National Pastime through cultural shifts and significant changes in the game. This edition features newly updated material on...
Published: Nov. 15, 2011
 
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