Publisher: Ken Swatman
Publisher: Ken Swatman
Author: Dave Dragon
Publisher: One Asterisk Publishing, LLC.
View: 8958Louis Parker travels the continent on his motorcycle, writing and blogging his adventures, though it's all a cover for his raison d'être: private and corporate mechanics of the terminal variety. When his longtime friend and former agency controller, Nathan Malone, discovers there has been a hit placed on his own life, Louis must deal with the threat in his highly trained and objective manor -- extreme prejudice. Nathan and Louis uncover a deep conspiracy by the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate to assassinate the President and Vice President. The Speaker was once Nathan's boss at CIA. Now he's cleaning house ahead of a run for the White House, ridding himself of the skeletons left in the wake of his 30+ years of corruption while in the service of the United States. In his position, the Speaker has literally hundreds of potential co-conspirators in place at FBI, CIA and Secret Service, so there is no one Louis and Nathan can trust while dealing with this assassination and coup plot that's unfolding around them. With the clock ticking down, they must neutralize this devastating threat before the annihilation of the US Government happens live on international television.
Author: Kathrynn Dennis
Publisher: Zebra Books
View: 7366Two Fates Sybilla Corbuc has an uncommon understanding of the horses she cares for, but there are men who distrust such wisdom in a woman. Forced to become a nobleman's servant to avoid prison, Sybilla finds herself bound by chains that are stronger still--she cannot deny her passionate feelings for her new master, Sir Guy of Warwick. Neither is she prepared to submit to the other, but his dark eyes and his unbridled desire are too potent a force to resist. . . One Journey Brought together by the birth of a mysterious colt, an animal of supernatural power that may foretell their destiny, they embark upon a perilous journey as the kingdom crumbles around them, a journey that will bring them ever closer to each other--and to the danger that lies ahead. And only love can save them. . . More praise for Kathryn Dennis "Beautifully crafted characters, vividly detailed medieval setting and captivating plot rife with passion and intrigue! --Chicago Tribune on Dark Rider "The era comes to life in fresh, vibrant expression as her strong, engaging characters tackle vicious enemies and engage in wild adventures. This hard-to-put-down novel will keep you up all night." --Romantic Times on Dark Rider, 4-star review Debut author Kathrynn Dennis writes "horsetoricals"--romantic, historical fiction about heroes, heroines, and horses. Currently working on her next novel, she is a teacher and a veterinarian, and lives a busy life in Northern California with her hero (husband) and two children. She enjoys hearing from readers.
Author: Louis L'Amour
View: 6862Dal and Mac Traven left Texas young and idealistic. They came back from opposite sides of a living hell, a war that had torn the nation in two. They wanted only to reclaim their old lives…but one man held their future hostage. Colonel Henry T. Ashford had gathered an army of criminals and renegade soldiers, leading them on a path of destruction and kidnapping through Texas to the Gulf. Among Ashford’s captives were the Travens’ sister and Dal’s tough-minded fiancée, Kate. Now Mac and Dal must take up arms once again and ride together against Ashford’s army—ready to fight another war, if that’s what it takes to win the freedom of the women they love. From the Paperback edition.
The Southern Plains Uprising, 1873
Author: Terry C. Johnston
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
View: 1205Chief White Bear and his Kiowa tribe would accept no more broken promises from the white man, so they left the Indian Territory reservations and crossed the Red River to the south. But heir last desperate attempt to regain the land of their ancestors meant dead white settlers, embattled soldiers, and shaken supply routes. general Sheridan's seasoned forced were now on the move to stem the Indian tide. And crack Army Sergeant Seamus Donegan would soon find himself at the center of a vast and bloody war...
Author: Jory Sherman
Publisher: Harper Collins
View: 7263Driven equally by his duty to his nation's leader and by his need to avenge his father's murder, Zak Cody is on the trail of the gold-hungry killer who made him an orphan. But while he's taking down his adversary's hired guns every step of the way, their leader, Ben Trask, continues to elude him. And Trask is brewing up a poisonous stew of betrayal, death, and lies with the powerful help of someone at Fort Bowie—a plan that will bring about the terrible slaughter of a proud but volatile native people. The death storm is rolling relentlessly in—and Cody must battle time, bullets, and savage nature to reach the one man who might help him prevent a massacre—the warrior named Cochise.
Author: B.J. Bayle
Category: Young Adult Fiction
View: 8645In 1874, after their father is wounded by hard men who have stolen a number of mares and Smokey, a prized stallion, sixteen-year-old Rob McCann and his adopted Native brother, Luke, ride frantically to Fort Ellice, Manitoba, in the vain expectation that the horse rustlers have stopped there. Learning that a new force called the North-West Mounted Police has come west, the brothers continue south to locate them and ask for help. The NWMP commander, Colonel George French, desperately attempts to have the boys escorted home. However, the brothers manage to tag along on the eight-hundred-mile march of NWMP men and wagons headed for Fort Whoop-Up, in what will one day be Alberta, with the hope that they will catch up with the thieves. Besides the terrible life-threatening hardships brought on by bad weather and brutal terrain, Rob worries about his mother and wounded father and fears he might even lose Luke and never find Smokey or the other horses.
Author: Isabel Paterson
Publisher: S.B. Gundy
Author: John Millington Synge
Publisher: Psychology Press
View: 1489In the stormy years before Ireland at last gained her independence a brilliant revival of Irish drama took place and culminated in the foundation of the Abbey Theatre in 1904. Of those who helped to create it - W.B. Yeats, Lady Gregory, the Fay brothers, and Miss Horniman - it was J.M. Synge as much as anyone who made the new Irish drama the force it quickly became in the theatres of the world. In his plays, as in the tragedy of classic simplicity, Riders to the Sea, or in his rich, tumbling comedy, The Playboy of the Western World, he aims to distill the Irish spirit.
Author: J. M. Synge
Publisher: Courier Corporation
View: 2504Two lyrical, beautifully crafted dramas set among the folk of the Aran Islands and western Irish coastlands. Reprinted from authoritative editions, complete with Synge's preface to The Playboy of the Western World. New introductory Note.