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Powder Burn
DOUBLE DANGER for Walt Slade, undercover ace lieutenant of the Texas Rangers. He is the man most feared by the owlhoots and drygulchers of the old Texas Border. The sight of this tall lawman with the lightning-fast draw astride his great black horse, Shadow, symbolizes defense of the innocent and the end of reckless careers of lawlessness. Walt Slade trailed a killer from Texas through Mexico, all the way to Tombstone, Arizona--only to find the owlhoot riding at his back. And when he turned to f... more info>>
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Prelude to Camelot
A BOY BORN TO BE KING: Arthur has no idea of who is father is, only that he must fight--when he's not chasing women--to save Britain from the Saxons. A GIRL DESTINED TO BE QUEEN: Fiercely independent, Gwenhwyfar is determined to rule Cameliard free of any man's yoke. AND A HALF-FEY PRINCE: Lancelot's strength in battle equals Arthur's, as does his prowess in bed...a competition that will one day determine the destiny and fate of Camelot.
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Profane Men
Profane Men brings the dark, creative, visionary energy of Slob, Chaingang and other works by Rex Miller to a story set in Vietnam during the late 1960's. There have been many tales written about that troubled and troubling era and Miller's popular fiction work is clearly informed by personal experience relating to the war. In fact, this novel is filled with apparently autobiographical touches (the central narrator character has a developing career in broadcast radio, among other things.) A root... more info>>
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Promise & Honor [Promise & Honor Trilogy Book 1]
At the outbreak of the Civil War, Amanda Graham's husband dies a hero's death. Left with no source of income, she smuggles medical supplies for Lieutenant Colonel William Jackson and the Confederacy. Although a rogue, Wil is a man of courage and fiercely loyal to Amanda. Lieutenant Samuel Prescott, a soldier of honor and former comrade before the war, fights for the Union. As opposing forces move into Virginia, Sam clashes with Wil on more than the battlefield, when both men fall in love with Am... more info>>
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Prophet's Rest
One man's determination to find and kill the man that murdered his younger brother is such that he will go outside the law to get the job done. A father's incautious moment, a trusted friend's indiscretion and a daughter's na´ve and foolish mistake set the stage for a peaceful mountain valley to become a battleground. GOLD! The one the magnet that could attract one of the deadliest band of outlaws in the west into Shannon Hill's serene world and turn her young life into a deadly blood feud to av... more info>>
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Pulp Classics: The Opium Ship
Originally published as a four-part serial in the legendary pulp magazine "The Thrill Book," here is the story of Sir Gerald Desmond, late officer in His Majesty's Royal Flying Corps. Broke and drunk in Manila, he befriends a consumptive Irish fiddler, Michael O'Sullivan, and the two become involved in a free fight with the native constabulary. From this brawl they are rescued by an unknown benefactor--but when they come to their senses, they find themselves shanghaied aboard the schooner 'San G... more info>>
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Quantrill's Gold
Kansas/Missouri border, 1880. A time of relative peace, but war crimes and lingering hatreds still lurk beneath the surface. When ex-outlaw Hoge Farrell is chased into a lonely stage-station one stormy night, he meets Garth, an ex-Confederate guerrilla who has returned to retrieve a cache of gold buried during the Civil War. Suddenly, the young Texan is plunged into a world of greed, double-crosses and violence as disparate factions with their own agendas seek to possess Quantrill's Gold!
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Ramona: the first interracial romance
The first Interracial romance has Ramona falling in love with a Native American in Old California. In writing it, Helen Hunt Jackson hoped to bring the wrongs done to the Native American to the public consciousness in the same way that Uncle Tom's Cabin brought public awareness of the evils of slavery.
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Ranger's Way
Imagine a time when nothing stood between justice and lawlessness except personal courage and a few brave men with bright tin stars pinned to their chests. Envision vast open areas of untouched, virgin land, ripe with promise and rife with the struggle to simply survive. Welcome to the Old West, Texas style - and the life of a Texas Ranger. His assignment? To track down an accused murderess and bring her back to Austin to face trial. The problem? The accused just happens to be his childhoo... more info>>
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Rebel Spurs
In 1866, only men uprooted by war had reason to ride into Tubacca, Arizona, a nondescript town as shattered and anonymous as the veterans drifting through it. So when Drew Rennie, newly discharged from Forrest's Confederate scouts, arrived leading everything he owned behind him--his thoroughbred stud Shiloh, a mare about to foal, and a mule--he knew his business would not be questioned. To anyone in Tubacca there could be only one extraordinary thing about Drew, and that he could not reveal: his... more info>>
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Reckless
From elite London society to the golden sands of Egypt? and the sacred places of the heart? When Kat Adair plunges into the waves to rescue a drowning man, it is just the beginning of an odyssey that will sweep the fisherman's daughter into danger and desire. Convinced she is in love with the man she saved, Egyptologist David Turnberry, she feigns amnesia, thus enabling her to linger among the highborn. Hunter MacDonald, rugged archaeologist, is wise to her little charade--and determined to prot... more info>>
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Replenish the Earth
When Sarah Mortonby's mother dies in poverty, Sarah learns she has inherited the family estate. Instead of selling the crumbling manor house to her neighbour, Mr. Sewell, she decides to keep it. Desperately needing help to manage her land, Sarah proposes to her bailiff, Will Pursley, who was himself dispossessed of his farm by Sewell. But Sewell is furious and intends to get his way? Historical Romance by Anna Jacobs; originally published by Severn House [UK]
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Requiem at Dawn
They called it Fort Supply, the last outpost of the U.S. Army on the boundary of Oklahoma Territory--home to the damned, the disgraced, and the dispirited. Now, Doc McReynolds, a military surgeon who fought his way out of a bloody killing field, has been ordered to establish a redoubt at Cimarron Crossing. But while McReynolds leads his company to Deep Hole Creek, a past he'd like to forget dogs his every step. The good Doc knows he can't outrun it, just like he can't avoid the battle awaiting h... more info>>
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Return to Four Corners
Will Ballard fought for the South, but he's not ready to go home when he walks away from Appomattox. Old wounds still fester and only time will heal them. He joins a wagon train heading West, and finds a ready-made family. When events drive him away, he becomes a cowpuncher, just in time to fight land grabbers and a rancher who figures his land is more important than men's lives. Before he can make up his mind to go home, he's got himself a job building a railroad. All goes well until the carpet... more info>>
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Return to Silver Creek
RETURN TO SILVER CREEK Arizona, 1882. Laura and Garet Havelock's cabin on Silver Creek is only temporary until Garet can build their dream horse ranch. But first he must leave her and go north for horseflesh to stock their range and make their dream a reality. The dream turns into a nightmare when Laura is attacked and abused by a vicious stranger. Garet returns to an empty home? and a heart-rending mystery. While he searches for his wife, he stumbles on a potential range war between sheep her... more info>>
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Riders of the Purple Sage
In the remote border country of South Utah, a man is about to be whipped in order to pressure Jane Withersteen into marrying against her will. The punishment is halted by the arrival of the hero, Lassiter, a gunman in black leather, who routs the persecutors and then gradually recounts his own history of an endless search for a woman abducted long ago. Secrecy, seduction, captivity, and escape: out of these elements Zane Grey built his first acclaimed story of the American West
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Roan Of Ellan Vannin: Hearts of Ellan Vannin, Book Two
A knight sworn to serve his king will sacrifice all in his quest for love? Book Two in The Hearts of Ellan Vannin Trilogy A son born to an imprisoned Irish princess is hidden away in the orphanage of Rushen Abbey. The truth of his royal lineage, that he is sired of the notorious King Magnus, is kept a well guarded secret from his half-blood brothers. Roan dreams of becoming a knight and is possessed of a voice equally as enthralling as the fey, lovely Estelle Percy, the famed Songbird. They f... more info>>
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Rock Creek [The Travis Pass Series Book 4]
Lindsay Pass is left without choices after her mother's murder. Forced into a life with a father she doesn't know, Lindsay has to start fresh. Luc Fricke loves Lindsay the first time he sees her. He knows she has a new life with a new family. He vows to be part of it all. Ernie Atkins wants Lindsay for himself. He'll get her no matter what, even if he has to steal her, even if it kills him. When the worst occurs, Lindsay is again without choice and must rely on instinct to protect everyone she l... more info>>
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Ronicky Doone
Bill Gregg stole Ronicky Doone's bay mare, and Doone thanked him with a bullet in the leg. When he discovered that Bill was desperately searching for a girl whose name he didn't know, Ronicky's interest was captured. Helping him track the girl down was no real challenge for Ronicky, but rescuing her from the evil New Yorker who held her prisoner might be another matter. But Ronicky Doone never backed down from a challenge!
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Ruler of the Sky
"This formidably researched and exquisitely written novel is surely destined to be known hereafter as the definitive history of the life and times and conquests of Genghis, mightiest of Khans." -- Gary Jennings, bestselling author of Aztec ". . . a successful attempt to flesh out a mythic figure...Genghis Khan seen through the eyes of significant women. RULER OF THE SKY will be a pleasant surprise for readers." -- Chicago Tribune "An impressive novel from a veteran writer." -- ALA Booklis... more info>>
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Rush to Glory
Robert L. Hecker's, Rush to Glory, lays open the lives to two rival brothers, Hal and Luke Bailey, opposites in every way, one of a more gentle nature, and the other possessed of unrelenting ambition. Set against the backdrop of WW II with all of Europe aflame, Hal proves that failure is often in the eye of the beholder and that success to one man is often total devastation to another. Determined to do his duty for his country, Hal enlists in the Air Force, is trained as a bombardier, and finds ... more info>>
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Rustler's Revenge
Matt Harper had simple wants: a small spread; a few cattle; Sarah, the woman he loved; a son; and a peaceful life. In the foothills of Colorado in the autumn of 1887 he almost had them. But, because of one mistake, with a cattle rustler, he lost all except his ranch. Twenty years later he got Sarah back. Now he would lose her again because of her son John's hate for him. Maybe that was proper considering that he was in the posse that killed her husband, Seth Barnett, Matt's best friend, and beca... more info>>
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Rustlers of the Pecos
by Zane Grey TEXAS: They took the most contrary bunch of frontiersmen, ranchers, farmers, cowpokes, shiftless no-accounts, shootists, rascals, and politicians, jumbled them together, and somehow formed a state. They called it Texas, but for defenseless women and children, it was hell. Texas Rangers: Although they were outnumbered a thousand to one, the Texas Rangers fought a holding action against the complete breakdown of law and order, often paying for peace with their lives. But one county ... more info>>
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Saint Alba's Jawbone
A vow of silence to atone for a slip of the tongue. After witnessing a violent domestic dispute, Jack is entrusted with the task of escorting Clara to the order of St. Alba's Jawbone. Their journey comes to a halt when they are coerced into stopping at Godwick, where Jack takes up residence in his old master's house. In her last days of freedom, while Clara waits to enter the silent order, she befriends the fearful apprentice boy, nurses the ailing but lecherous master Dermot, and coyly avoids t... more info>>
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Sally
Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemming met as lovers in Paris, when she was fourteen and he thirty-five. They returned to Virginia and Sally never again left Monticello until after Jefferson's death. Thomas and Sally loved each other as man and wife throughout their life together although they passed through many tribulations. Often other women tried to woo him and Sally threatened to break from Jefferson's love upon numberous occasions. Imagine the anguish, the love, the passions that played out in... more info>>
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