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Union Of Friends (Riverfield Series Book One) by Glenn Sartori

Union Of Friends (Riverfield Series Book One) by Glenn Sartori

The announcement of Union Miller’s death arrived with the Saturday mail. That notice pushed Travis Gibbs to return to Riverfield only to discover that his best friend, Union Miller, had been dead for two years. It was an open and shut murder case—Union had stalked a woman, had killed her, and then had been killed by her husband. However, women had always pursued Union. Why stalk one? Why kill one? The search for answers propels Travis on a deceit-filled journey that ends in a conclusion he...

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Once Upon A Duke: The Duke Series Book One by Sandra Masters

Once Upon A Duke: The Duke Series Book One by Sandra Masters

Serena, an artist and widow, has no desire for another husband. When she meets Geoffrey Austen, attraction sizzles to a scorch. Stolen days and nights ignite forbidden passion. Geoffrey asks Serena to be his mistress, but she wants commitment, love, and marriage, not an affair with a notorious rake. Geoffrey realizes Serena might be the one woman who can care for his tortured soul, and maybe release his demons. The magic they shared is shattered when he learns she has been forced into an...

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Epiphany by Glenn Sartori

Epiphany by Glenn Sartori

In medieval Russia, a battlefield historian is commissioned to transport treasures from invasion-torn south to a haven in the north. Centuries later, four events occur simultaneously. Grace Sawyer, on her summer sabbatical at the Rosanov Art Institute in Yaroslavl, stumbles upon a black stone from a medieval Russian treasure. Richard Simon, an art historian in New York, is solicited by a friend in the CIA to journey to Yaroslavl on a cryptic quest. In Kiev, the brother of the president of the...

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Unstoppable! Book #12 – by Raymond Cook

Unstoppable! Book #12 – by Raymond Cook

“Unstoppable!” is a 145 page story about a 1,500 pound ferocious, cold blooded grizzly bear that terrorizes ranchers and towns within a forty mile range of Marble, Colorado. When pioneer families crossed the plains they faced many dangers on their way out west. Starvation, lack of water, Indian attacks, cholera and small pox as well as the risk of their covered wagons tumbling off the side of a mountain side were all dangers in the back of their minds. But nothing put the fear into someone...

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Ambush On McClure Pass! Book #11 – by Raymond Cook

Ambush On McClure Pass! Book #11 – by Raymond Cook

“Ambush On McClure Pass!” © 2013 by Raymond Cook is a 205 page story about Patty Ford who is the only survivor when six rustlers attack and kill her parents and four brothers and steal their herd. Patty’s left for dead and a Parson and a school teacher headed up McClure Pass find her. They get Patty back to town where Doc Miller’s wife, Kelly tends to the woman’s three bullet wounds. The school teacher will use her buckboard to accompany the sheriff and his deputy’s to retrieve Patty’s...

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Sometimes Fate Can Be Very Cruel! Book #9 – by Raymond Cook

Sometimes Fate Can Be Very Cruel! Book #9 – by Raymond Cook

Migrating to the Colorado Territory was not without perils. From cholera, smallpox, broken wagon wheels, Indian attacks, lost children, injuries, rattlesnake bites, taking the wrong road, blizzards, starvation and even robbery could crush the dreams of a pioneer family. Sometimes Life Can Be Very Cruel! is a 179 page story about Arnold and Bonnie Brown who with their two children, Missy, age fourteen and Autumn, five years old traveled by covered wagon from Independence, Missouri on their way...

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