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The Gang of Black Eagles

$8.99

This is a fictional book about the gang of Black Eagles. The main character finally believed that “Christ has risen!” as what he confessed out loud.

Releasing the Pain

$13.49

Are you tired of running? Are you tired of fighting, just to end up with the same result? Do you find yourself compromising, valuing yourself less and less for someone’s attention, to find out your still invisible in their eyes? In this book, you will begin to read the Words of Christ, and words of encouragement that will bring healing to your soul. You may think “I will never recover from this heartbreak, I won’t love again!”. But the more you read and meditate on God’s Word, the more you will start to feel His peace, joy, happiness…LOVE!

Wildfire Woodpecker’s Amazing Adventure

$13.95

Many people make the mistake that seeking medical help is only for us humans. Would you believe there are lifesaving facilities for injured or sick wildlife critters that need help too? This story takes you on a fascinating journey that every human and creature is treated with the care of utmost importance.

The Treasure Hunt

$10.40

Anna Zigfield, a princess by birth, had learned about her royal heritage at a young age. However, she had not known her ancestor King Johann, who had made her the heir to the hidden crown jewels responsible for the monarchy’s downfall in 1803. Anna wrestled with the haunting question of how the king had known her centuries before she was born.

Alice and the Little Train That Could Not Walk

$13.95

Alice is so excited for her first day of preschool. After she arrives, she soon sees a colorful yet sad train in a corner of the schoolyard.

 

Battlefield to Business: One Marine’s Inner Voyage of Ethical Leadership

$16.39

The Adventures of Bryn and Crystal

$8.95

Follow Bryn, a light brown haired dog who is playful and full of energy and Crystal who has silvery black hair and is cunning and more laid back than her brother. These two puppies from the same terrier and poodle litter are growing up together. Imagine yourself with them as they have lots of fun in their animal world among humans.

Who’s Knocking At My Door?

$6.86

Story Synopsis Children”s Book about various birds & water life found living around a pond in a rural setting .This is all happening in south Florida. There is an unusual, yet true. ending concerning one of those animals which actually inspired the writing of this book.

God’s Unfailing Love

$6.15

“For God so loved the world, that He gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”

The Boy Who Loved Cats

$4.16

This is a true story of a little boy who truly loves cats and finally attains his dream of having his own real, live cat.

The Gifted

$19.00

The Gifted is a science fiction fantasy adventure about a person’s ability to live past heartache, destruction, and loss. Kitty is a woman who only believes in survival and keeps her heart closed so she won’t have conflict within herself. But as Kitty learns that love, hope, friendship, and family are what make a person want to survive in any type of life, readers may find a similar hope and beauty in their own pain as well.

God’s Gift (Woman)

$12.95

The first part of the book introduces the readers to understand the value that God placed on women, and why it’s so important for women to unlearn the things that society has shown them regarding their purpose, why you need to establish a healthy relationship with the Creator so he can be your guide, and how you can get your power back that the devil thinks he stole from you.

Commodore Reigart Bolivar Lowry

$19.95

Biography of Reigart B. Lowry who was a career naval officer who spent 40 years in the U.S. Navy. He played an active role in many of the major operations of the Navy from 1840 to 1880. He graduated from the first class at Annapolis, fought in the Mexican War, went to Japan with Commodore Perry, and was in a ship off of Fort Sumter when the first shots of the Civil War were fired. He played an active role in many of the important naval operations of the Civil War. After the Civil War, military operations lessened, government corruption increased, and politicians tried to gain more influence in the Navy. Reigart Lowry fought against these influences, and in his last year, he led the fight against a fellow naval officer who was trying to take advantage of this atmosphere.

Madden Falls: A Novel of America and the Devil’s Music

$17.99

In the summer of 1962 young Dan Geary, a history professor from Chicago, embarks on a journey to reconstruct the life and mysterious death of a legendary blues artist, Virgil Thomas. His odyssey takes him from Chicago to Kansas City to St. Louis to Memphis to Helena, Arkansas, and then into the Mississippi Delta.

Nighthope

$18.02

Stuart Baron, a humble Los Angeles trucking executive, endures a near-death experience. He moves his family from an affluent suburb to an Alabama catfish farm with hopes of quenching a midlife crisis. Together with Tabitha, his spell-binding wife, and Winchester, his precocious five-year-old son, he rewrites Murphys law of catfish farming. Their adaption to the Deep South and the ensuing culture shock is overshadowed by a daunting legacy involving a Mexican drug cartel. In the climatic finale, the Baron family, a quirky DEA agent, and a colorful cast of good ol boys make for a powerful romp of old-fashioned justice in the backwoods of west Alabama.

The Open Door

$13.99

Science and Logic in Medical Diagnosis: In Defense of Individual Patients

$26.99

Clinicians and patients know the importance of correct diagnosis for proper treatment. So important – a correct diagnosis – it is the first theme of this book. Several other themes are also important. A second theme is established as “cause and effect,” common or peculiar linked entities in at least some humans.

Incident at the Historical Museum

$16.95

This is a story about two friends, Jason and Trevor, who met in college. They became friends and, very quickly, best friends. After college, Jason starts working in security, and thanks to a boss that totally destroys him at his job, decides to go out on his own so that can’t happen again, a decision that almost gets himself killed. Trevor decrypts encoded messages from foreign powers for the FBI, CIA, and other government agencies. After realizing his potential, he lands his dream job and prepares himself for this new exciting career.

An American Dream

$12.89

Beginning quite mysteriously in September 1845, healthy green leaves on potato plants suddenly turned black, curled; and then rotted. Then like an uncontrollable wildfire in a wind-swept forest, winds from southern England carried that mysterious blight to leaves of healthy potato plants around the Dublin countryside.

NFL Behind: No Father Left Behind

$4.04

A Certified Nurse Midwife with 30 years of maternal-child healthcare, Tonya Fenzl has gained much insight along the way and in NFL Behind she shares with and educates the fathers-to-be so that they can participate and understand the process of giving birth to a (their) baby.

The Little Boy Who Wished God Had Not Given Him a Brain: Big Momma Books

$18.99

This book is about a little boy who had no desire to use his brain, unless it had some connection to his make-believe world. He complained that he did not know how to dress himself or how to put on his coat . It was even harder to put his shoes on the right feet or to button his shirt up correctly.

Under Five Flags

$38.00

Under Five Flags is the true account of Hackchan Rhee’s experiences under a variety of governments and political circumstances. Through it all, he’s seen that people share not only the finer characteristics of humanity, but the dark undercurrents as well. Born in Pyongyang, Korea, before World War II, and eventually moving to the United States, Rhee has lived under the rule of Japan, Russia, North Korea, South Korea, and the United States. His experiences taught him the futility of socialism and the devastation that a “planned economy” can have on a society.

Unraveling: A Collection in Poem and Personal Perception

$4.93

Once I started writing, it became an addiction for me. And although I’ve been writing for over 50 years now, this is my very first publication. The feelings and emotions felt for various situations and circumstances unravel throughout this work. Some are very pleasant-canoeing down an early morning river. Some are most unwelcome-children hungering for food and thirsting for love.

Yosemite Summer

$7.67

Art of Shadows

$12.26

Art of Shadows is set after a great war that ended in the Kingdom of Tokai. The kingdom is currently experiencing a time of peace, but in an age of kings that are determined to keep power, all are skeptical of one another. Soldiers that fought bravely in the Talarian War, now that the war has ended, find themselves without a steady income, and many have turned into swords for hire. These men and women are champions to the people but are often looked down upon by the ruling families of the land.

Battle of the Plastics: The Animals Story

$23.00

The SAFETY of animals is here for all to read! From land, to different seas, the animals are in need. They are all counting on you, and the world is too! The BATTLE between the animals and the plastics. Don’t you know my friend that plastics are drastic?

God Plants a Garden: A Different Kind of Love Story

$14.95
What in the world was God thinking when He began creation? Have you ever wondered why God even wanted to create our world in the first place? Have you ever thought about the decisions God had to make each day as He went through the creation process?

Until Death Does Its Part

$16.95

Until Death Does Its Part is a term people equate to a ceremony or consider useful only in a matrimonial vow. However, it is pertinent in the lives of Christians every day. The Light affliction that God’s chosen people suffer and die to are for a more exceeding and eternal weight of glory. Death has to do its part in us, meaning the dying of one’s self to the will of our creator God. When we choose to give God what he is longing for in our lives without compromise, we reap the benefits of a peaceable fruit. Death has a part in living the victorious abundant life. God’s son died for us, and we must die to self without reservation.

Son of a Poacher: Wyoming Warden in the Making

$16.49

So just how bad do you want to be a Wyoming Game Warden? This non-fiction book written by author Scott C. Werbelow takes the reader on an autobiographical journey from his earliest memories of growing up on a remote Wyoming ranch to his first day on the job as an “Official” Wyoming Game Warden nearly 20 years later.