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1. Very Long [150586 words]Look to the Sky by Margaret Van Tine & Anne Guice [Fantasy/Suspense/Thriller]
2. Very Long [188884 words]Rentwing [Rentwing Cycle Book 1] by Anne Guice [Fantasy/Suspense/Thriller]
3. Long [53215 words]Hal's Own Murder Case [Deb Ralston Series Book 5] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
4. Long [79677 words]The Blood Sun Comes [Chronicles of Shalthar Book 1] by Patrick Webb [Fantasy/Suspense/Thriller]
5. Long [59623 words]Murder at the Blue Owl [Deb Ralston Series Book 3] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
6. Long [62565 words]A Conspiracy of Strangers [Deb Ralston Series Book 2] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime]
7. Short [5984 words]Of Going Forth by Day by Anne Wingate [Historical Fiction/Fantasy]
8. Long [126256 words]Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss [Children's Fiction/Spiritual/Religion]
9. Long [64314 words]Too Sane a Murder [Deb Ralston Series Book 1] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
10. Long [64942 words]Darling Corey's Dead by Anne Wingate [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
  1. Long [101256 words]High Justice [Emperor of Glay #4] by Margaret Van Tine [Fantasy/Suspense/Thriller]
2. Long [69569 words]The Mark of Zorro: Editor's Cut by Johnston McCulley & Anne Wingate [Historical Fiction/Suspense/Thriller]
3. Long [103890 words]The Day That Dusty Died [Deb Ralston Series Book 9] by Lee Martin & Anne Wingate [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
4. Long [57146 words]Deficit Ending [Deb Ralston Series Book 6] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
5. Long [53215 words]Hal's Own Murder Case [Deb Ralston Series Book 5] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
6. Long [126256 words]Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss [Children's Fiction/Spiritual/Religion]
7. Long [60718 words]Death Warmed Over [Deb Ralston Series Book 4] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
8. Long [57663 words]Hacker [Deb Ralston Series Book 8] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
9. Long [64314 words]Too Sane a Murder [Deb Ralston Series Book 1] by Lee Martin [Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller]
10. Very Long [150586 words]Look to the Sky by Margaret Van Tine & Anne Guice [Fantasy/Suspense/Thriller]
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A Conspiracy of Strangers [Deb Ralston Series Book 2]
Detective Deb Ralston's chance discovery of a dead woman, nine months pregnant, in a ditch leads her into a morass of kidnapping and murder in which she has to fight for her own life and for her son's life as well.
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a cop's eye view of the world in poetry
This is not "moon" and "June" poetry. There is some formal rhyme and meter, but there is a lot more free verse. I wrote them when I needed to write them. I rewrote them as necessary after I got my Ph.D. in English with a specialty in creative writing.
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Constitutional Repairs
This book presumes that a constitutional convention is in session. A far smaller body met for the same purpose in Philadelphia in 1787. What should your delegates discuss?
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Dare the Mountain
To his people, Rogelo, emperor of Glay, was a demigod, the Sacred Son of the Sky God, High Priest of the High Priests, the immortal Lily of Glevia, untouchable by mortal flesh, uncorrupted by mortal desires. To the High Council--Dorgan the General, Kestar the Judge, and Lamar the High Priest--he was a tool. Like any tool, he could be used or replaced. But to himself, he was a man, and he was determined to live as such.
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Darling Corey's Dead
Set in the Caddo Lake area of Deep East Texas, this novel unfolds as Detective Cheryl Burroughs and Postal Inspector Allen Conyers work together to find a robber, forger, and murderer before he has time to kill again. Inspector-in-Charge Jim McCain, from the Postal Inspection Office in Fort Worth, is ready to fight anybody who disagrees with him, while he goes out of his way to be as disagreeable as possible to everybody else. "I based the character of Darling Corey on two prostitutes I knew whe... more info>>
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Death Warmed Over [Deb Ralston Series Book 4]
A murdered mail carrier ... two little girls missing ... two classic cars that appear, legally, to be the same one ... a family with fratricide in its past. Will Deb, working with two people she'd prefer not to work with and investigating people she once went to church with, ever be able to sort it out?
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Deficit Ending [Deb Ralston Series Book 6]
Caught unarmed and holding her baby in a bank robbery, Deb Ralston must catch shotgun bandits who quickly turn killers. Harry, whose helicopter crash injuries have ended his career as a test pilot, is left holding the baby while Deb chases the killers.
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Faith on Faith [Life's Little Lessons]
There are blessings to be found in even the deepest tribulations. In a state of emotional collapse during and after a series of afflictions, this author changed her name to Faith to remind herself that God is with us no matter how bad life gets.
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Fallen Sparrows
Poetry. Powerful vocabulary, rhyme, rhythm; quotable. Much history. Thomas Russell Wingate, historian by profession, capitalist by conviction and temperament, has lived in Salt Lake City since he left California in 1975. He is very married and rejoices in his posterity.
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Hacker [Deb Ralston Series Book 8]
Deb Ralston must cope with two murders that must be, but cannot be, connected, at the same time that her son's girlfriend is comatose in the hospital. The denouement is a killer.
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Hal's Own Murder Case [Deb Ralston Series Book 5]
Readers have loved this book more than all the others in the series. Detective Deb Ralston, 81/2 months pregnant, must retrieve her son Hal, 16, and his girlfriend Lori, 15, after they hitchhike to Los Alamos, New Mexico during spring break. Missing them there, she arrives in Las Vegas, NM to find Hal in jail on suspicion of murder and Lori missing. What can she do now?
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HE
What goes inside a rapist's mind? Fran Sutton-Williams's stream-of-consciousness story shows us, in vividly, unforgettable ugly colors. Warning: Contains very strong language, sex, and violence. PG 13.
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High Justice [Emperor of Glay #4]
The long-promised treat is here! Meet Cousin Zedigol! You will never forget him, as he gallops (well, not exactly; he dislikes horses) through the rest of this series, strewing mischief at every step after rescuing the Emperor of Glay from slavery in the mines of Edikon--for a joke.
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Look to the Sky
We left Rogelo, Emperor of Glay, facedown in a muddy creek bed with a knife through his hand. How he survives--becomes an outlaw--learns to ride and fight--gets the girl (or does he)?--and retakes his throne--This unputdownable novel shows them all.
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Montezuma's Bride
He's a bullfighter whose father owns a gun factory; she's a CIA agent on loan to the government of Mexico. But their abductors, who want his father's guns, think she's his fiancée--a librarian. As weeks go by, survival seems less and less possible.
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Montezuma's Bride: 'Romance As You Like It' sexy version
He's a bullfighter; she's a CIA agent on loan to Mexico. Their abductors, who want the guns his father makes, think she's his fiancée--a librarian. As weeks go by, survival hopes dwindle.
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Montezuma's Bride: 'Romance As You Like It' soft version
He's a bullfighter; she's a CIA agent on loan to Mexico. Their abductors, who want the guns his father makes, think she's his fiancee--a librarian. As weeks go by, survival hopes dwindle.
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Murder at the Blue Owl [Deb Ralston Series Book 3]
Detective Deb Ralston is faced with a classic locked room murder when aged, alcoholic former movie star Margali Bowman, now wife of Texas oil billionaire Sam Lang and mother of Deb's friend Fara, is dead in her chair at the end of a private screening of two of her old movies.
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Of Going Forth by Day
A 5000-years-dead pharaoh (descendant of the REAL Scorpion King) and his favorite concubine quarrel bitterly inside an exhibit hall in a museum in Cairo, about love, hate, and murder--especially his murder of his brother and his and the concubine's son. When gods Isis and Anubis step in, a possibility of reconciliation with each other and the dead reveals itself.
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One General Best
Poetry. Powerful vocabulary, rhyme, rhythm; quotable. Much history. Thomas Russell Wingate, historian by profession, capitalist by conviction and temperament, has lived in Salt Lake City since he left California in 1975. He is very married and rejoices in his posterity.
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Quo Vadis: The Editor's Cut
This Christian classic is made more readable by Faith Stencel's inimitable editing and condensing, but none of the beautiful story is cut out. This edition is copyrighted.
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Rentwing [Rentwing Cycle Book 1]
Corvase the Destroyer, warlord over men and demons, has destroyed all life on the planet Abiathar, except for the few hundred people living in the Village. How can Tobin and Hugh, uneducated dirt farmers and waterguards, reclaim their world? Anne Guice is a new pseudonym of a very well-known writer.
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Swiss Family Robinson
A faithful reconstruction of what this classic Christian adventure novel started out to be. A mother, father, and their four sons are shipwrecked on an island. Their ship is precariously above water; intended to stock a new colony, it has on board almost everything they could possibly need.
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The April Hills
Thomas Wingate's fourth book of poetry. He keeps getting better and better.
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The Blood Sun Comes [Chronicles of Shalthar Book 1]
Elf-warrior Eric Ravenwing has lived on earth for 200 years. But now he has been summoned back to Shalthar to defeat tyrant Byron Greyblade and his monstrous army of solgrymm. Action, suspense, and a little wry humor, a great read from a sparkling new writer.
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