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Ps238 18 by Aaron Williams
Shandy Takes The Hook [Illustrated]
Louis L'Amour - 2014
Deputy Bently Wanted a Plumb Peacful Vote—So He Had to Blast a Crook to Hell-an-gone! 1800 Words Wild West Weekly, September 6 1941 LORD FAUNTLEROY Western Verse by S. Omar Barker 400 Words Thrilling Western, November 1935 HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR WEST? Feature Quiz 200 Words This edition features 15+ images between illustrations to the stories and features, in-house ads, covers to the pulps that published these and what-not.
Tomahawk Revenge/ Black Powder Justice
David Robbins - 1997
Only tough mountain men like Nathaniel King had the strength and knowledge to carve out a life in that savage region. But when a war party of Blackfoot Indians kidnapped his friend Shakespeare McNair, Nathaniel found his survival skills tested as never before. If King made one mistake, neither he nor Shakespeare would ever tell anyone their tale.Black Powder JusticeIn 1828, few white men dared to venture into the immense, unsettled region west of the Mississippi. And of those who did, only courageous men like Nathaniel King had the skills and strength to survive the harsh, frozen wilderness. But when three vicious trappers ambushed him and kidnapped his pregnant wife, Winona, King faced the greatest challenge of his life. For if Nate did not rescue Winona and their unborn child, the life he had worked so hard to build would be worthless.ABOUT THE AUTHOR David L. Robbins was born on Independence Day 1950. He has written more than three hundred books under his own name and many pen names, among them: David Thompson, Jake McMasters, Jon Sharpe, Don Pendleton, Franklin W. Dixon, Ralph Compton, Dean L. McElwain, J.D. Cameron and John Killdeer. Robbins was raised in Pennsylvania. When he was seventeen he enlisted in the United States Air Force and eventually rose to the rank of sergeant. After his honorable discharge he attended college and went into broadcasting, working as an announcer and engineer (and later as a program director) at various radio stations. Later still he entered law enforcement and then took to writing full-time. At one time or another Robbins has lived in Pennsylvania, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Montana, Colorado and the Pacific Northwest. He spent a year and a half in Europe, traveling through France, Italy, Greece and Germany. He lived for more than a year in Turkey. Today he is best known for two current long-running series – Wilderness, the generational saga of a Mountain Man and his Shoshone wife – and Endworld is a science fiction series under his own name started in 1986. Among his many other books, Piccadilly Publishing is pleased to be reissuing ebook editions of Wilderness, Davy Crockett and, of course, White Apache. Check us out at www.piccadillypublishing.org
Thunder Point Collection Volume 3
Robyn Carr - 2021
MIRA brings you three full length novels in one collection! Welcome to Thunder point, a small town along the Oregon coast with towering cliffs, a picturesque bay, and the finest people you could ever hope to meet.This box set includes:ONE WISH (A Thunder Point Novel)By #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn CarrCome back to Thunder Point! From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Virgin River series, book 7 in her beloved Thunder Point novels, where second chances can be complicated, but finding love might be simple…A NEW HOPE (A Thunder Point Novel)By #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn CarrCome back to Thunder Point! From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Virgin River series, book 8 in her beloved Thunder Point novels, where second chances can be complicated, but finding love might be simple…WILDEST DREAMS (A Thunder Point Novel)By #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn CarrFrom the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Virgin River series, Robyn Carr, rediscover the charming coastal town of Thunder Point, where hard work and determination are all it takes to make dreams come trueRead the Thunder Point Series by Robyn Carr:Book One: The WandererBook Two: The NewcomerBook Three: The HeroBook Four: The ChanceBook Five: The PromiseBook Six: The HomecomingBook Seven: One WishBook Eight: A New HopeBook Nine: Wildest Dreams
Emma Prince - 2018
But when entrancing Pict thrall Bridget falls into Thorolf’s arms begging for help, Thorolf cannot resist the golden-haired beauty’s pleas. He risks his life to spirit her safely back to her homeland, despite vowing never to return to Pictland. Now he must choose between guarding the truth of his past or giving his heart to the brave woman who heals him with her merest touch. A fated future… After being shunned by her people for possessing the gift of Touch, Bridget resigns herself to a solitary life on the outskirts of her village. When Viking raiders capture her and deliver her to their cruel Jarl, she fears that this new nightmare may never end. Yet within Thorolf’s protective embrace, Bridget lets herself hope for not only the shelter his strong arms promise, but also the acceptance her own people denied her. But when the truth of both of their pasts comes to light, will fate rip them apart forever? This novella-length Viking historical romance is part of the Viking Lore Series, but can also be enjoyed as a standalone story. Start reading today!
A Sword of Truth Set: Richard and Kahlan:
Terry Goodkind - 2017
The machine awakens to begin issuing a series of increasingly alarming, if minor, omens. The omens turn out to be astonishingly accurate, and ever more ominous. As Zedd tries to figure out how to destroy the sinister device, the machine issues a cataclysmic omen involving Richard and Kahlan, foretelling an impending event beyond anyone's ability to stop. Richard Rahl and Kahlan Amnell must defend themselves and their followers from a series of terrifying threats. Other Tor Books by Terry Goodkind The Sword of Truth Wizard’s First Rule Stone of Tears Blood of the Fold Temple of the Winds Soul of the Fire Faith of the Fallen The Pillars of Creation Naked Empire Debt of Bones Chainfire Phantom Confessor The Nicci Chronicles Death’s Mistress Shroud of Eternity At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Merrily Ever After
P. Jameson - 2019
After nine long years of trying to grow their family into the perfect dream come true, fated mates, Ryan and Layna, are ready to give up. Not on each other but on their dreams. When they're given the chance to help an abandoned baby temporarily, they're faced with a pain harsher than what they've already been through. The pain of hope. But this little one isn't what any of them expected, and when the fiery truth comes out, hearts are bound to melt.A visit from a shadow of Christmas past, a lost child, and the reunion P. Jameson fans have been asking for, all wrapped up with a shiny bow as we revisit the Ouachitas in Merrily Ever After.
The Solomon Kane, And Other Stories:17 Stories by Robert E. Howard
Robert E. Howard - 2012
Howard in 1928-1939. In this book contains 17 stories of Solomon Kane, Bran Mak Morn , Cormac Fitzgeoffrey, El Borak, and Other Historical stories :1.Red Shadows, First published in Weird Tales, August 1928. Alternate title: Solomon Kane.( with free audiobooks link)2.Skulls in the Stars, First published in Weird Tales, January 1929. (with free audiobooks link)3.Rattle of Bones, First published in Weird Tales, June 1929. (with free audiobooks link)4.The Lost Race, First published in Weird Tales, January 1927. 5.Hawks of Outremer, First published in Oriental Stories, April-May-June 1931.6.The Blood of Belshazzar, First published in Oriental Stories, Fall 1931.7.The Daughter of Erlik Khan, First published in Top-Notch, December 1934.8.Hawk of the Hills, First appeared in Top-Notch, June 1935.9.Blood of the Gods, First published in Top-Notch, July 1935.10.The Country of the Knife, First published in Complete Stories, August 1936. Alternate title: Sons of the Hawk.11.Son of the White Wolf, First published in Thrilling Adventures, December 1936.12.The Lost Valley of Iskander, First published in 1934. Alternate title: Swords of the Hills.13.Gates of Empire, Published in Golden Fleece, January 1939. Alternative title: The Road of the Mountain Lion.14.Lord of Samarcand, First published in Oriental Stories, Spring 1932. Alternative title: The Lame Man.15.Red Blades of Black Cathay, Published in Oriental Stories, February-March 1931. (with free audiobooks link)16.The Lion of Tiberias, Published in Magic Carpet Magazine, July 1933.17.The Sowers of Thunder, First published in Oriental Stories, Winter 1932.
Eagles in the East SHORT story (Eagles of Rome series):
Ben Kane - 2020
ABOUT THE SHORT STORY’S PRICE: Hello, you lovely people. Odd to talk about money straight up, but I know that some of you might be thinking, £1.99/US$2.99/CDN$3.99/A$3.99 is a lot for a short story. Let me explain how it works in the UK. A rate of 20% VAT (Value Added Tax) applies to eBooks. This doesn’t apply to ‘real’ paper books. That means 33p of the £1.99 goes straight to the British government. Amazon takes around 2p to deliver the story to your Kindle, then takes another 48p as its cut. The remainder, £1.16, goes to me. That's not a great deal, I hope you agree. A roughly similar story applies in foreign territories. In these times of falling sales, and authors losing their contracts, and only one in seven traditionally published authors being able to write fulltime, stories like this are a vital way of YOU supporting the authors whose books you enjoy. So THANK YOU for your support! Think of it in terms of a pint of beer or a cup of coffee: they cost £2-4, depending on where you live in the UK. This story will give you more enjoyment (I think!) than either of those things, and last for a longer time, and cost you less money. This is the third time I have self-published a short story. (Massive thanks here to Pete Simpson, who designed the cover for me!) It’s been an exciting project since the day I did the poll on Facebook, asking you lovely people which of my characters you wanted me to write about. Centurion Tullus won out, narrowly, and this is the result. The one hundred and something people who backed the Kickstarter campaign got to read this story almost 7 months ago, but now you can too. Oh, what's it about? The war of the Batos, or the Pannonian War, which took place between AD 6 and 9, a general emergency that had almost 100.000 legionaries sent to modern-day Croatia to sort out the rebels. Enjoy the story, and please email me if you have any questions about it or anything else – email@example.com Ben
The Dark Brotherhood: A Medieval Romance Collection
Kathryn Le Veque - 2020
Knights of blood and of war bring forth the very worst that Medieval brutality has to offer, but in that darkness, there is a ray of hope. Women of brightness shine the most when confronting the darkness within men. Be shocked at nothing within the pages of this collection, for these novels will take you into the blackness and back again, where love reigns supreme, even over evil.Romance comes in many shades, in many ways.This set contains:DarkWolfe – A de Wolfe son puts a tragic past behind him and finds love with an enemy.DarkMoon – A special ops knight finds an unexpected romance. Will it cost him a life-long friendship?Dark Steel – A happenstance creates a new duke – who falls into a surprising romance.The Dark Lord – The darkest lord of all finds a woman to tame his vicious ways.Guardian of Darkness – A noble knight and a Scottish hostage find love amidst a web of royal lies.The Dark Lord’s First Christmas – Bonus book! The Dark Lord discovers the meaning of Christmas.The original Medieval Romance novels with no cliffhangers, no cheating, and always with a Happily Ever After.
Alpha Hunted: The Complete Series
J.M. Klaire - 2015
A great story with lots of twists! I was literally spellbound." "I love J. M. Klaire's stories. They are hot, sexy, sexy stories of finding your true mate." Get every story in the Alpha Hunted series, all in one huge bundle collection of shifter goodness! BEFORE THE HUNT: PREQUEL When a wolf shifter with commitment issues teams up with a runaway bride to find her a new groom- the claws come out and the fur flies! Meet Sandra, a runaway bride looking to provide for her widowed mother, and Naythan, a wolf shifter determined never to settle down. This prequel to the Alpha Hunted series takes place about nine months before Alpha Hunted: Keelyn & Bane. ALPHA HUNTED: KEELYN & BANE Fate’s dark design brings them together... in a mating neither is ready for. Five years after witnessing her father's death, Keelyn has become what she never wanted to be: a were-hunter. Surprisingly good at the career she'd had thrust upon her that fateful day, she heads to the yearly gathering to pay her farm's rent with money earned from hunting werewolf hearts and pelts. Bane and his wolf pack are also headed to the yearly gathering when Bane, the pack's Alpha, finally scents the female his wolf says is to be their forever mate. There's only one problem- she also scents of death and wet wolf hide. When Bane follows Keelyn into the woods, neither are prepared for the passion, or the truths, they're each about to face. Can they survive the revelations that lie ahead? Or has fate doomed them to an impossible love? ALPHA HUNTED 2: BELLA & MAC Feeling desperate and alone, pregnant with a baby left behind during a rape, the last thing Bella needs is for her were-hunter sister to bring strange men home. Mac, a bear shifter traveling with his adopted wolf pack, scents pregnant Bella as his mate. Mac's first instinct is to provide for and protect Bella, but Bella's first instinct is to aim a shovel at his head. Secrets and shifters being welcomed into a house of were-hunters, who each hold secrets of their own. What could possibly go wrong? ALPHA HUNTED 3: IVY, DAVID & RYKER When two wolf-pack enforcers show up right in the middle of some serious family drama, Ivy is almost too busy with her own personal crisis to notice how hot the tattooed bad boys are. With secrets being revealed left and right, her family being hunted, and her own hidden identity a key to the whole thing, the last thing she needs is two lone wolves claiming that she, and only she, can complete their triad and become their mate. Not sure she even believes in fated mates, and needing to keep her family together while getting to the bottom of a mystery three generations in the making, she tells the men no. And no isn't a word they are used to hearing. ALPHA HUNTED 4: ENID & THE KING Enid raised her three young daughters to hate, and hunt, shifters. So, of course one mated a werewolf, the other a bear, and the third mated not one but two of the rag-tag pack's wolf enforcers. When Enid finds herself entwined in the lives of her girls, their mates, and their king, who just happens to be a sexy-as-sin dragon shifter, her first thought is, "FML.
A Kiss for Luck
John Locke - 2013
Even if she skipped or was late for school, she should be up, her cell phone charged, ready for action by now. Then a concerned policeman appears. He too is looking for Aria. Her mother is also worried: nobody can find the missing student. And some of Aria’s clothes are missing. Suddenly, Spencer remembers the text message she recently received from the Little Liars’ mysterious, truth-telling antagonist, “A” – “Five foot two, eyes of blue; has anyone seen my gal?” Even though Aria has hazel eyes, the girls are freaked. When A has something bad to report, she’s never ever wrong.A Kiss For Luck is a spellbinding story inspired by the bestselling, award-winning Pretty Little Liars’ series.
Called by the Bear, Parts #4-6
V. Vaughn - 2015
Leaving behind a dead-end life, I thought settling in with the Le Roux family was what I was meant to do. But meeting Victor changed everything, and now I can’t imagine surviving without him. I, Sierra Steele never expected sexual pleasure to become my nightmare. My body is reveling in my new predicament, while my mind is screaming at the invasion. But protecting Carly is my purpose, and I’ll do what’s necessary. As long as I stay sane…
The Klingon Hamlet
William Shakespeare - 2000
Now at last, thanks to the tireless efforts of the Klingon Language Institute, this powerful drama by the legendary Klingon playwright, Wil'yam Shex'pir, can be appreciated in the elegance and glory of its original tongue. This invaluable volume contains the complete text of the play, along with an English translation for easy consultation and comparison. In addition, an incisive introduction explains the play's crucial importance in Klingon culture, while copious notes illustrate how the debased English version diverges from the original, often distorting and even reversing the actual meaning of the verses.Khamlet, the Restored Klingon Version, is a work that belongs in the library of every human who hopes truly to understand what it means to be Klingon.