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Hudson Lake
In the summer of 1926, jazz lovers from all over the Midwest go where the weather is hot and the music hotter--the Blue Lantern Inn on Hudson Lake, a rural Indiana dance hall where the season's resident jazz band features a young cornet player named Bix Beiderbecke. For Bix, Hudson Lake is a safe but temporary harbor from a failed romance, conflicts with his middle-class Iowa family, and a growing dependency on alcohol. To the redheaded known as Joy, Hudson Lake provides everything she needs--a ... more info>>
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Hunt
The land of Waugansuksi in the late 1800s stretches along the furthest northeast coastline of Lake Michigan. It is a conglomeration of towns, small villages, and an incredible wilderness. The people, too, are a combination. These are the Odawas and the European Americans making inroads onto Native land. Monsters, human and otherwise, share the land with them. There is little enough American law in this remote area of Northern Michigan. What there is cannot cope with what they cannot see. The... more info>>
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Imposter [the Last Gunfighter 6]
With his legend dogging him everywhere he goes, Frank Morgan longs for a place to settle down. His choice is a remote corner of untamed Northern California, a land of towering trees and rugged hills. But for Frank, the haven is a hell. A man who is his exact look-alike has been terrorizing the local population, and when the townspeople get their hands on Frank, a hangman's rope is sure to follow. If he's going to be taken for an outlaw, Frank Morgan is going to act like one. Busting out of jail ... more info>>
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In The King's Service
'Twas Said He Could Whisper A Woman To Bed......and now Sir Blaidd Morgan had turned his considerable charms on Lady Becca Throckton. But could she trust his intent? A childhood injury had made her fit to be no man's bride, and yet the Welsh warrior made her feel she'd a right to her woman's heart!The Lady Becca surprised him, and that was rare, Sir Blaidd mused. Indeed, she had a fire that stirred him in unexpected ways. Though he could ill afford a dalliance on this secret mission for his king... more info>>
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In the Lion's Mouth
Stalked by a lecherous tyrant, Owen and Grace flee their beloved Ireland in pursuit of freedom and happiness. With no ship departures until spring, Owen obtains work with a traveling blacksmith and leaves Grace in Liverpool. While there, she is accosted by their nemesis, Lord Rushmount, and barely escapes with her life. As Grace and Owen continue to cross paths with Rushmount, she is challenged with hiding her experience in Liverpool. For once Owen discovers the truth, will their love remain str... more info>>
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In Time For Christmas
A Short Story - Beth awoke, lying on the hard ground. Had she fallen off the couch in the night? The radio she'd left on seemed to be playing a foreign talk show. The crackle of the fire worried her. She'd never left a fire blazing in the hearth before. The air smelled of smoke and?baking bread. Directly in front of her, men and women stood gawking at her as if she were a museum exhibit rather than they, themselves, being the oddity. The boy caught her attention first. Stick thin with yellow ha... more info>>
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In Your Arms
Lissa Bloom has been outshined by the beauty of her younger sister Shirley for years. She's hopelessly given up on love for herself as the handsome young men of Gideon's Gulch have never given her the time of day. Yet when Marcus McCaide breezes through town, he threatens to upset Lissa's lonely little world. He's not interested in Shirley, and he's not shy about voicing his attraction for Lissa. But he's admitted to not being the marrying kind, telling Lissa that he'd only break her heart. When... more info>>
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Inca Mourning
Greed brought them to the land of the Inca and small pox and civil war allowed the Spaniard Pizarro with his cannons, steel breastplates and horses to conquer one of the Greatest Empires in the Western world. Follow a young Inca, Tyik, as he brings the warning from the sacred Condor and his efforts as one of the Inca's most trusted soldiers, as he fights against an enemy with weapons that destroy the Inca fighters by the hundreds. Feel the growing admiration of his efforts as Pizarro finds that ... more info>>
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Ivanhoe
Taking place in Medieval England this story skillfully blends historic reality, chivalric romance, and the high adventures of Ivanhoe and a cast of characters.
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Jake Harwood: A Western Novel
Jake Harwood, a burned-out former marshal, whose wife left him, rides west on his way to California. In the New Mexico desert, he happens upon an overturned stagecoach after an Apache attack. He rescues seductive Jessica Raymond, the sole survivor, half-buried beneath the stage. She is from New Orleans where she escaped from Blackie LeFont, a shrewd gambler, who killed her father. Jessica talks Jake into taking her to California. Along the way, Maco, a fierce Chiricahua Apache, named after Geron... more info>>
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Jenny's Passion
It was November 1863, and Captain David Reynolds of the Seventeenth Pennsylvania Cavalry was fully prepared to die. Someone had once told him that dying was quite painless. He didn't believe it, though he secretly hoped it was true as he and his men prepared to ride into chaos and horror. The battle of Mine Run had begun. Jennifer Winston could hear the booming sounds of cannon fire miles away from her Virginia home. She knew that the war had begun two years ago but had been insulated from it a... more info>>
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Jerusalem
Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed Nomine Tuo da gloriam. "Not to us, O Lord, but to Your Name give glory." This motto highlights the vows of chastity and humility taken by the Knights Templar. But, it also speaks to their role as ferocious warriors, passionately and bloodily seeking out glory for their God. Set in the Holy Land in 1187 A.D., Cecelia Holland's historical novel masterfully explores the conspiracies and political maneuvers leading up to the Third Crusade. Following a stunning vict... more info>>
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Jimgrim and a Secret Society
"Jimgrim and a Secret Society" originally appeared in the classic pulp magazine Adventure, in the August 10, 1922 issue. It is part of Mundy's series featuring James Schuyler Grimm, better known as Jimgrim, a British agent. In this volume, he resigns from the British military service to take a job (along with his friends Jeff Ramsden, Narayan Singh, and Jeremy Ross) as a freelance agent combating criminals who threaten world peace.
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Jimgrim and Allah's Peace
Jimgrim and Allah's Peace is another of Mundy's highly exciting adventure stories featuring James Schuyler Grim, better known as Jimgrim. Jimgrim is an American secret service agent employed by the British and stationed in the Mid-East. His adventures, protecting British interests against the French and other countries meddling in the region following World War I, comprise one of the most interesting creations from the pulp magazines of the early 20th century.
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Jimgrim and the Affair in Araby
A highly exciting adventure story featuring James Schuyler Grim, better known as Jimgrim. Jimgrim is an American secret service agent employed by the British and stationed in Jerusalem. With him are his faithful sikh shadow, Narayan Singh, as well as Ramsden, an American, and Jeremy Ross, an ex-soldier of the Australian forces, both eager for a fight of any kind. This opportunity soon presents itself, as the ambitions of the French in Syria arouse the enmity of King Feisal of the Arabs. For his ... more info>>
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Jimgrim and the Lost Trooper
Adventures in Araby--what is now Palestine and Israel and Jordan and Saudi Arabia and Iraq--with Jimgrim--Major James Schuyler Grim--and assorted adventurers. You wouldn't find a tougher, less easily stampeded gang in Asia Minor than the party Grim had left with me. They spat on their cartridges and crammed them in like veteran soldiers instead of the thieves they were by trade, and each bullet was loosed on its way with an appropriate curse, until Narayan Singh on the far right laughed so that ... more info>>
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Jimgrim, Moses, and Mrs. Aintree
An adventure that stretches from Cairo to Lake Tahoe, with plenty of chicanery, skulduggery, and televangelism--decades before television was even thought of!
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Jonathan's Tears
Legend has it that Moll Dyer was accused of witchcraft and burned out of her house on a cold winter night by an angry mob. A young boy found her alone in the woods a few days later, frozen to death and kneeling on a stone. Her ghost is said to be a malevolent spirit that walks the land to this day and causes misfortune for anyone who happens upon her. What if the story behind the legend is wrong? Jonathan's Tears offers another possibility for how the legend came to be. It is the touching ... more info>>
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Journey of the Eagle
Danielle Alexander's life has suddenly turned upside down. On a wagon train to California to join her fiance, her father falls terminally ill. Add to that a motherless newborn half-breed baby boy dropped literally into her arms by a wise, ancient Indian chief, who wants her to be the baby's mother "just until" her fiance comes to rescue her. Throw in, for good measure, a heady attraction to a handsome stranger named Joel Riley now making his fortune in the untamed west by providing lumber from h... more info>>
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Journey to Tracer's Point
They left Virginia with dreams of getting rich quick. When lured by his brother, John, to seek adventure in the California gold fields, Alexander Anderson sells his farm, packs up his family, and heads west cross-country in a covered wagon along the unmarked trails. Heavy hearted and compelled to make the perilous journey West, Caroline Anderson does not want to leave her comfortable home in Virginia and dreads the possibility of unknown hazards facing her and her family on such a long, dangerou... more info>>
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Judgment in the Ashes [Ashes: 24]
For decades, America has been ravaged by nuclear war, anarchy and disease; now it faces its bloodiest battle yet against the fires of religious intolerance. To millions of men and women, Simon Border is a saint who has the inside track to God. But to Ben Raines, Border is a dangerous hypocrite with an army of true believers who'll do anything they're ordered to do-like go on a holy war against Raines and the SUSA Rebels. Border has condemned Raines as the Antichrist and has vowed to destroy him,... more info>>
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Keegan Murphy
In 1919 Irish patriots mount a last desperate struggle for independence against their British overlords. As with all such struggles, the participants each have their own dreams and needs. Geoff Somervell-Turner takes wealth, privilege, and dominion for granted. He's the conqueror and quick to rage when crossed. Tynan O'Neill's soul smolders with a passion for freedom. He will wrest back control of his country if it costs his life. Alissa Hamilton is loved by both men, but she is determined to ca... more info>>
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Keepers of the Misty Time
From Their Dreams Civilization Began ... The cascading river roared between canyon walls, and there, on the edge of lush grasslands, a determined band of people called the Shahala prepared for their new Moonkeeper. But the young woman called Ashan knew her people faced vast changes. Soon, challenging the old ways and led by troubling visions, she and a brave hunter named Tor would travel pathways the Shahala never trod ... from the Misty Time to the bright beginning when humanity's true future w... more info>>
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Khama
Khama is the story of a boy destined to lead the South African Amakonko tribe who has to create an army of specially-trained warriors to seize leadership from a vengeful and devious uncle, and who eventually grows to conquer mightier neighboring tribes, thanks to his military genius. The story is inspired by the legendary Shaka Zulu.
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Kildeere Way
Tyler Killdeere, the last Killdeere not dead or in prison, is wounded and on the run when he sees a prisoner delivery going down in the streets of a small town. He's busily reminding himself he must not attract attention, and besides it ain't none of his business, when a pretty widow, Kate Courtland, runs out to shield her wounded Uncle Tom, the marshal. A gunman points his rifle directly at her. Killdeeres, mean and deadly as they are, respect women. When the dust settles, the gunman is dead. T... more info>>
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