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As Sure as the Dawn
Atretes. German warrior. Revered gladiator. He won his freedom through his fierceness ... but his life is about to change forever.
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Avalon
It's 1945 on Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, "The coast of Hollywood." Yachts and fishing boats bob in water clearer than crystal, sunbathers bask on the white sand beaches, and from the legendary Avalon Ballroom, the music of Freddy Martin's Orchestra fills the air. Three beautiful young women prepare to embark upon their life's journeys:Gerri will be an actress, everyone is sure of that; and Maria a big band singer; and Maggie, the most beautiful of them all, will "wed," not just marry, but tri... more info>>
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Bandit's Kiss
Miguel, the dangerous black-clad gunman from "Colorado Tempest" returns to ride as El Gato to avenge himself against Enrique de Vega, the man who killed his family and stole his birthright. But the stage El Gato stops contains no gold, only his enemy's lovely daughter. Kidnaped, ravished, and sent home in disgrace, Elena is forced to marry the portly Diego, who tells her the marriage will be in name only--he will not be sharing her bed. Diego also states that he wants children and urges his brid... more info>>
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Bardelys the Magnificent
A mad run through 17th Century France with swordfights, rebellions, disguise, identity theft, and an extremely star-crossed love affair between a leading courtier of Louis XIII (Bardelys, known as "The Magnificent") and the beautiful Roxalanne of Lavédan. Set in the same milieu as Dumas' Three Musketeers stories. Bardelys of the title wagers that he can win the hand of the beautiful but reluctant Roxalanne of Lavédan, but he reckons without the Orléanist rebellion and a case of mistaken identity... more info>>
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Battle in the Ashes [Ashes: 17]
Chilling rumors of a new Nazi movement reach the rebel camp of Ben Raines and his freedom fighters. Led by descendants of Hitler's Third Reich, Commanding General Jesus Mendoza Hoffman has assembled a massive army in the mountains of South America. Estimated at more than 200,000 strong, Hoffman and his New Army of Liberation terrorists will stop at nothing to spread their doctrine of evil across the free world. Striking northward, they march into Mexico, where the Mexican Army--under the command... more info>>
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Beguiling Dreams
The year is 1915 and a car going by is unique. The setting is a town in northeastern Indiana with brick streets and a town square featuring a two story limestone courthouse. The inhabitants, like anywhere else, have aspirations that shape their lives. Young Hank Braddock, among other things, dreams of becoming a full-fledged reporter. His girlfriend Becky dreams of climbing the town's social ladder. She sees Hank, as does the rest of the town, as an up-and-comer. Mr. Smith, Hank's boss at the to... more info>>
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Belonging
Taylor Broderick has two things that matter in her life--Momma and the dream they share to find the gold-seeking father Taylor has never known. When an opportunity arises for them to continue their search for him, Taylor can barely climb the mountain fast enough to tell Momma. After announcing their fondest wish can be realized, Taylor learns the father, her hopes, trusting mother--everything she believes--is a lie. Taylor's quest to find her own "family" leads her halfway across the continent a... more info>>
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Belonging
Butler Cross had a business to run. He has no patience for his new camp cook. She's too young, too inexperienced, and too beautiful to be working around two hundred women-starved lumberjacks. Yet there's something about her, and it's too intriguing for him to ignore. She has a secret, a big one, and he intends to find out what it is. Paige Anderson is determined to flee her pampered life and the man who rejected her. So what if she couldn't cook? She could handle this job--even if she was just a... more info>>
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Beloved Enchantress
A Love as Timeless as the Midnight Sun. Wild and free, beautiful Sunniva Mellby had no interest in the housewifely arts her mother taught her; nor would she meekly accept the middle-aged bridegroom her father proposed. There was only one man for her--Raven, as fierce and proud as his namesake--and she would risk banishment to ride unfettered at his side. Only his kisses turned her blood to fire, only his hard warrior's body could penetrate her maidenly reserve. Yet on the very morn of their wedd... more info>>
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Betrayal In The Ashes [Ashes: 21]
As America continues its struggle to rise from the ashes of apocalypse, Europe is slowly dying. Cannibals, looters and vandals have overtaken the streets of the once-great cities. And Bruno Bottger, the Neo-Nazi monster, has brought forth a new Reich-bigger, stronger and more chillingly efficient than ever. There is no force in Europe that has a snowball's chance in hell of stopping him. Only one force in what's left of the world can do the job: Ben Raines and the SUSA Rebels.
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Billy Kildeere
Just another man or just another Outlaw? Five years ago, James Williams (Billy) Killdeere left the outlaw life and started operating the family ranch. However, the murderous exploits of the Killdeere Gang send him on the run again, wounded and alone, with the law and his family and former friends after him. A man he once saved helps him.Though the man's daughter Jenny at first distrusts Billy, her feelings eventually change toward him. But given his outlaw past Billy knows he can't marry Jenny. ... more info>>
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Bitter Shields
Can a disenchanted Spartan aristocrat and his Jewish wife find freedom from their oppressors in ancient Greece and then in exile in Jerusalem? Can they find solace from their ordeals through their separate religions of worshipping multiple deities and faith in one invisible God? The adventures of this highly unusual couple reveals many of the contradictions, rivalries and mysteries of the ancient world while coming to a dramatic and shattering end.
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Black Clouds and Epitaphs
Based on actual events, this gripping tale unfolds as young Trace Savage follows a trail of blood and plunder across the rugged frontier of the late 1860's in dogged pursuit of the brutal band of border bandits who murdered his parents. One by one, he overtakes and faces the killers, branding the corpses he leaves behind with the mark of the serpent. Savage becomes partners with Stalkin' Sam Irons, an aging mountain man, and together they travel the rugged backbone of the Rockies. When Sam is k... more info>>
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BlackJack
A gunfighter is shot dead in the street. However, when spinster Elizabeth Cornish takes his baby to raise and wagers with her brother that blood will not "out"--that Jack's son will not be a murderer--a fascinating story of nature versus nurture emerges.. Terry is raised with all the advantages and taught he is the last descendant of a fine old Virgina family, never knowing he is the son of the well-known killer, Black Jack Hollis. Will Terry's "bad blood" out? How will he feel when he learns hi... more info>>
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Blind Gods
Blind Gods is a novel about Agis, a king of Sparta who tries to reform the city-state as it sinks into decline during the period when the Macedonians held sway in ancient Greece and while Rome was on the ascendancy. Three love stories are interwoven as Agis seeks support for his reforms among the oligarchy running Sparta while the helots, the people whom the Spartans conquered and then kept in servitude, threaten to rebel: Agis and his bride, Agiatis; Ketras, the rebel helot leader, and Chlorydi... more info>>
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Blind Man's Bluff
Edwin Baird--an accomplished Chicago pulp writer in the early part of the 20th century--was hired in 1923 to edit a new type of fiction magazine, also being published out of Chicago. That magazine was the classic Weird Tales, and with its launch history was made. Baird's assistants were fellow writers Farnsworth Wright and Otis Adelbert Kline. Baird's greatest discovery was the hot new horror writer of the 1920s, H.P. Lovecraft! Here is one of Baird's own tales ... a tale of starving artists, a ... more info>>
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Blood On the Tartan
A Woman Fighting a Cause...Catherine Ross rallies her neighbors to openly resist the mass evictions, which empty the glens of her people and replace them with sheep. On the Other Side of the Law...Constable Ian Macgregor, sworn to uphold the law, finds duty conflicts with love. There's only one woman for him--Catherine. However, he is torn by that love and his sense of honor. The Coming Storm...Ian must decide: to protect his beloved or to obey his orders. Will Catherine's truest love become her... more info>>
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Blood Promise
The Nazi treatment of the Gypsies and other people during World War II is a matter of fact. Although mention is made of certain events and political and military leaders within the historical context of the period, this is a work of fiction and no reference is intended to living persons. The treatment of the Jews and the numbers imprisoned and exterminated as a result of the Nazi Holocaust is well documented, but little has been recorded regarding the fate of Gypsy captives. It is estimated, how... more info>>
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Blood Red River
"The buffalo brought them west: frontiersmen like Billy Dixon, who made his living with a long-barreled rifle, and businessmen like George Eddy, who balanced the books for a frontier trading company. The buffalo sustained them: a man like Quanah, a young Comanche war chief bent on driving the white invaders out of his people's land, and Lone Wolf, a Kiowa whose dead son had shaken his warrior's heart. Now the Indians and the white adventurers are on a collision course of vengeance and death. And... more info>>
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Blood Royal
"Had the king lived, there had been no murder of womenfolk; but Bedfort had shot down the king from behind and fled to Mackinac, untouched of the law, and the kingdom had fallen into hands weaker and more cruel. Therefore had come voyageur, lumberjack, fisherman, bearing with them retribution." Here in two sentences is the setting of this, the latest of H. Bedford-Jones' remarkable romances, which is also his best. The proof of the story is in the reading. Part of the Wildside Pulp Classics seri... more info>>
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Blue Turquoise, White Shell
Patrician Boston doctor Cabot W.W. Chase has made a bargain with his granddaughter Lily. He will pay all her expenses through Harvard Medical School if at the end of her studies she will spend a year on the Navajo Reservation Indian Hospital, where he had been a doctor following WWII. She is reluctant, suspecting her grandfather has emotional ties to the Navajo, but agrees. Slowly she acclimates herself, coming to admire the people and her surroundings. Lily, now known as Cabot, meets a young Na... more info>>
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Borrowed Time
Unto Death... In the days before they became legends, John Henry "Doc" Holliday, a Georgia dentist turned gambler whose constant companion is the specter of early death, and Wyatt Earp, a rough hewn frontier lawman saddled with a taciturn nature and an iron clad sense of justice, forge an unlikely alliance to hunt down the brutal killers of a young Dodge City woman. During the course of a cross-country manhunt to stop the murders before they can strike again, Holliday and Earp form the basis of ... more info>>
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Boston Baked Churchill
It is the turn of the century in Boston, where Probation Officer "Cootch" Connolly investigates the murder of a client. Cootch learns that the victim was a member of a secret society known as the Fenians, a diehard Gaelic group seeking freedom for Ireland. Delving deeper into the terrorists' underworld, Cootch uncovers a looming attack on his beloved Beantown, beginning with the planned assassination of a visiting British dignitary, Winston Churchill. With the help of his Boston cop brother, Coo... more info>>
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Boston Creme Curley
In this thrilling sequel to Boston Baked Churchill, the year is 1903 and Boston Sleuth Cootch Connolly finds himself embroiled in a murder investigation when a judge and probationer are found dead. After receiving death threats from an anti-Irish group, Cootch races to the aid of young, embattled politician, James Michael Curley, a flamboyant, risk-taker who will one day become Boston's most famous mayor. Along with his Boston cop brother, Finn, Cootch and Curley set out to trap the killer, send... more info>>
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Bride of Blackbeard
Determined to start a new life?Constanza Smythe leaves England and accepts a position as governess in the Colonies--only to capture the attention of two men. When she meets Edward Teache?on her voyage to the New World, the infamous pirate known as Blackbeard decides to do anything--legal or not--to make her his bride. Yet a firm hand pulls her to safety?when Blackbeard's ship wrecks near North Carolina's Outer Banks. Lucian Blackwell, a simple farmer, wants to love and protect Constanza. Will ei... more info>>
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