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The Priest [Sons of Encouragement Series Book 1]
The Priest is the first book in a new companion series to A Lineage of Grace. Each novella peers into the life of one of five biblical men (such as Aaron, Jonathan, Barnabus) who stood behind the great heroes of faith.
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The Prince of India: Volume 2
The sun shone clear and hot, and the guests in the garden were glad to rest in the shaded places of promenade along the brooksides and under the beeches and soaring pines of the avenues. Far up the extended hollow there was a basin first to receive the water from the conduit supposed to tap the aqueduct leading down from the forest of Belgrade. The noise of the little cataract there was strong enough to draw a quota of visitors.
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The Princess and the Captain
American ship captain Richard Chartrain rescues aristocratic Lorrance du Montauban from beneath the guillotine's very blade, sweeping her off to America in his clipper ship. Suspecting that her family caused his brother's disappearance in France, Richard fights his growing passion for the lovely Frenchwoman he has installed in his Virginia home but cannot trust. Irritated by Richard's disdain for her background, Lorrance sets out to prove she's no pampered princess, but when danger from her past... more info>>
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The Prodigal Brother [Longhorn Series Book 3]
Two brothers: one a gunfighter trying to escape his past, the other a pioneering cattle rancher. Neither know Through death, birth, gunfights, hangings, scratching the dirt for wealth with no guarantees, hostile Indians and corrupt bandits, the chances of success are sometimes as elusive as smoke on the wind. Nevertheless, the foundation of our country was forged out of such men and women who fought all this and more to make their place in the sun and in American history.
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The Rafael Sabatini Omnibus: Captain Blood; Scaramouche; The Sea-Hawk
"Three Classics of Romance and Swordplay! Each of these novels has sold hundreds of millions of copies and been filmed over and over. Now read them complete and unabridged in on inexpensive eBook. How did a mild-mannered country doctor become the most feared pirate on the Seven Seas? Read Captain Blood, a story of bold men, hot-blooded women and daring exploits on land and sea, and discover the answer for yourself. Born in poverty, hating the cruel tyranny of the French aristocracy, who was the ... more info>>
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The Ranger
Desperately seeking to keep her future inheritance safe from her matchmaking stepfather, Delana Wyatt poses as Blu Cahill's wife just to get a ride out of town. But to her surprise, she loves playing house with the undercover Texas Ranger. His quiet strength and steely courage make her yearn to make their pretense a reality ... even as his code of honor keeps them at a "respectable" distance. Blu knows he never should have taken Delana along on his mission. Though having a wife does help him fit... more info>>
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The Raven's Lady
A lonely, betrayed woman ... A man seeking his mate ... brought together across a thousand years and a thousand miles. Rational scientist Eibhlin Fitzgerald tries to relegate the seven-foot-tall warrior to her imagination, but with his flowing black hair, his black eyes alternately burning with desire and flashing with humor, he becomes more real to her than her cheating ex-husband. Warrior horseman Brandubh mac Dougal vows no other woman will fill the emptiness of his life but the tall, lushly... more info>>
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The Recruit [House of Pendragon Series Book 2]
Sequel to the EPPIE-nominated The House Of Pendragon, Book I: The Firebrand... In the long-anticipated second novel of her original House of Pendragon series, Debra A. Kemp continues the extraordinary story of King Arthur's estranged daughter, Lin. Adjusting from her life as an orphaned and abused slave to that of Arthur, the Pendragon's daughter does not prove an easy task for young Lin. She struggles to adapt and find her place within the sumptuous palace walls of Camelot. Her mother, Queen Gw... more info>>
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The Red House Mystery
In the tradition of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories, this mystery by the author of the Winnie-the-Pooh book is set in the English countryside in a stately British mansion with an abundance of characters and curious clues.
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The Red One and Other Stories
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The Riflemen
Mexico, 1868. Two men. One white, one colored. Proficient in shooting with the long arm, the greatest long-range weapon of the age. The .50 caliber Sharps rifle. The ex-sharpshooters Nick Guardeen and Thaddeus Johnston receive an invitation from the Arizona State Governor. He offers them something they've never had before: land. So, for the promise of their very own homestead, they accept a highly dangerous mission across the border into Mexico. Hounded by a merciless gang of assassins, they p... more info>>
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The River Between
A beautiful new edition of Cook's classic inspirational romance historicals, a four-book series spanning the Civil War and set in the beautiful riverside town of Eufaula, Alabama. The true setting and authentic mix of real history with storytelling made these "River Series" books a huge hit with inspirational romance fans in the 1980's and 1990's; including those who read the four-book anthology in a more recent edition, Magnolias. Now with gorgeous new covers and other updates, the series will ... more info>>
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The Rocky Mountain Company
In 1841, a St. Louis businessman had a dream: to open up the far reaches of the Yellowstone River and commerce with native tribes. So Guy Strauss put together a team of adventurers led by a half-civilized mountain man named Broken Leg Fitzhugh. The plan was to set up a trading post on the edge of a land he knew. Yet from the very beginning, the expedition was buffeted by disaster, plunging the men of the Rocky Mountain Trading Company into a desperate battle for survival. Out in the harsh wilder... more info>>
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The Sand Daughter
It is the time of the Crusades. The Islamic world is divided and the Franks have captured the Holy Land. As the mighty Saladin struggles to unite the warring clans of Arabia against the invaders, Khalidah, a young Bedouin woman of no obvious importance finds herself a pawn in a deadly plot involving her own feuding tribe and the powerful Templar Knights. Faced with certain death, she runs away with a man she barely knows, towards adventure and the echoes of a past that somehow connect her to the... more info>>
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The Scarlet Pimpernel
The Classic of Romance and Adventure! If you've never read The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy, buy this great book now! Move over Zorro and Dr. Syn--here is the first ever costumed-hero with a secret identity, the man who inspired them all, plus literature's most fiery, independent and alluring heroine. Sir Percy Blakeney is by day a witless fop interested only in clothes and gambling, by night the daring, courageous, elusive rescuer known only as The Scarlet Pimpernel. Marguerite St. Just-... more info>>
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The Scarlet Thread
This best-selling novel by popular author Francine Rivers is now available in mass paper. When Sierra discovers her young ancestor's handcrafted quilt and reads her journal, she finds that their lives are very similar.
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The Sea-Hawk
Sabatini's masterpiece of 16th-Century historical adventure. Sir Oliver Tressilian is betrayed by his brother and sold into slavery, and spurned by the woman he loves. Escaping the slavers, he becomes the leader of the Barbary pirates of Algiers. Now is the time for his revenge; a stunning raid on the Cornish coast yields not only his brother, but his ex-fiancée.... A must-read!
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The Sea-Wagon of Yantai
In 206 B.C., China is torn by warring dynasties. A young warrior, Lau, receives orders to verify the legend of a magic wagon that can cross rivers unseen. He encounters Ning, the wagon-maker in the seaside village of Yantai. Ning has constructed an unusual wagon that can submerge, travel along the bottom of the Bay of Bohai, and surface in safety--the world's first practical submarine. Ning enjoys the peace and beauty of his undersea excursions and will not allow the military to seize his wagon ... more info>>
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The Second Max Brand Omnibus: The Way of the Lawless; Black Jack; The Rangeland Avenger
Three Western Classics in One-Volume! Read the frontier writer whose novels the New York Times hailed as "rough, swift, tense and gripping--written with--conciseness, clarity, wit, punch and hardly a superfluous word." Max Brand helped define the myth of the American west. His work influenced Louis L'Amour and hundreds of other western authors who followed the literary trail Brand had blazed. The three novels presented complete and unabridged in this omnibus edition ran to over 700 pages in hard... more info>>
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The Secrets of Camelot
Queen Guinevere is keeping a secret from her husband and now her life and the city of Camelot could be in danger unless King Arthur's love is strong enough to save them both. Lady Guinevere was betrothed to Prince Arthur as a young child and now that he has become the king, he is ready to make the young woman his wife. Knowing she will be the Queen of Camelot is exciting but what Guinevere wants more than anything, is to be one of Arthur's Knights of the Roundtable. With her raw beauty ... more info>>
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The Sense of Honor
"What would you do to protect the people you love?" CHRISTIANA TATUM will do anything. But when a handsome stranger comes to Bellewyck Abbey looking into guarded secrets of the past, she finds herself not only trapped in a web of deception, but falling in love with a man who could destroy everything she has struggled to save. DEVLIN GRAYSON, the 'Duke of Pemberton', learns the estate he's inherited is in ruins. Even worse, Bellewyck's ward is missing. Certain of treachery, Devlin probes into the... more info>>
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The Seventh Man
Max Brand's classic adventure of the old west, features seven dead men and hero looking for some spice in his life.
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The Snake Den
"Sometimes a man's gotta take a stand." -- Shawn Brodie, aged 14. Arizona, 1882. Falsely accused of theft, Shawn Brodie is sent to serve three years in the Hellhole called Yuma Territorial Prison. Lamb to the slaughter, maybe? The Mexican Zapata wants to stick him with a knife, the warden wants him to mend his thieving ways, and the sergeant of the guard wants to get into Shawn's pants. If he won't do what Sergeant Tarkington wants, he'll end up in the Snake Den, a cube of iron straps hung fr... more info>>
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The Songbird of Rushen Abbey
Torn between two powerful lords, pulled toward one infallible destiny? On the hauntingly beautiful Isle of Mann, legends say that King Alban will cross paths with a maiden gifted in song who will one day be his queen. Alban finds that maiden in Estelle Percy, a young woman known as the "Songbird of Rushen Abbey" and reputedly the descendant of royalty. However, Alban isn't alone in his quest to claim the Songbird. Lord William Percy has set his sights on Estelle, too. As these two powerful men... more info>>
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The Spy
This short story by military correspondent, urbane fiction writer and playright Richard Harding Davis (1864-1916) is part of the PDM Classics series.
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