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Al Final de este Viaje Hector Cruz
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ISBN: 9781947519862
Al final de este viaje, es una novela que envuelve, guerra, política y mucha violencia. Te mantendrá a la expectativa desde que comiences a leerla hasta su desenlace. Te darás cuenta, como una guerrilla local (Los ERADI) le declara la guerra a su mismo país para defender sus propios intereses… incluyendo la oposición a un tratado de libre comercio. Cloe, fue un embarazo no deseado por su madre, y ésta evita a toda costa el nacimiento de su hija. Después de intentar abortarla sin éxito, nació, siendo luego abandonada a su suerte con solo días de nacida. Un campesino le dio albergue y la llevó luego a un orfanato donde creció durante su juventud. El propósito de que esta chica naciera ...
All By My Lonely-THE ORGANIZATION part one Author Black Coffee
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ISBN: 9780984470129
All By My Lonely invites you into the life of Lovely Walker Blake, raised as Baby Girl. She is the adopted daughter of Donnie “The Don” Morales, a wealthy multi-corporate tycoon and the boss of “The Organization.” From the cradle, he trained Baby Girl and groomed her to someday, run his multifaceted conglomerate. Their family is huge in politics in the southern region of Louisiana. They also have shipping and freight businesses throughout the world. Many types of businesses fall under Morales Enterprise. But that’s not how their fortune was built. The Organization is the most lucrative. It’s the family business, Baby Girl was born to do. She’s a killer-for-hire. The best that ...
All The Young Dudes Lina Hellbrand
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American Hill Jason Hill
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"THE MOST IMPORTANT DAY OF YOUR LIFE IS THE DAY YOU ARE BORN. THE SECOND MOST IMPORTANT DAY IS WHEN YOU FIND OUT WHY."-Mark Twain. Jason Hill returns with AMERICAN HILL: A NOVEL, the third and final installment of The Social Hill Series, and in this sequel to Social and Prospect Hill, he resumes the spiritual quest of his anxious Everyman, Tony. Two years have passed; the impulsive former father and husband has become a homeless veteran in his mid-forties, and Obama’s becalmed America has become 2017’s lurid turmoil of Trumpism and fake news. Tony is abandoned by his family, now living in New Jersey, not San Antonio, and his biggest fan has become his lover and friend. When a family emer ...
American Hill Jason Hill
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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"THE MOST IMPORTANT DAY OF YOUR LIFE IS THE DAY YOU ARE BORN. THE SECOND MOST IMPORTANT DAY IS WHEN YOU FIND OUT WHY."-Mark Twain. Jason Hill returns with AMERICAN HILL: A NOVEL, the third and final installment of The Social Hill Series, and in this sequel to Social and Prospect Hill, he resumes the spiritual quest of his anxious Everyman, Tony. Two years have passed; the impulsive former father and husband has become a homeless veteran in his mid-forties, and Obama’s becalmed America has become 2017’s lurid turmoil of Trumpism and fake news. Tony is abandoned by his family, now living in New Jersey, not San Antonio, and his biggest fan has become his lover and friend. When a family emer ...
AMIGOS a farce gv simoni
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AMIGOS is a farcical, often satirical, novel that pokes and pulls at American culture in particular and world culture in general. Hump Ureaker and his crippled, mute partner Josh Randall head south to rescue the brothers Smith and Jones not without the odd bit of misadventure, muddle, and misfortune. Both detective story and saga, sometimes slapstick then again droll, often bawdy, the tale acknowledges the persistence and ingenuity of the conquistadors and inquisitors of the planet. If the meek are to inherit the earth, they had best get a move on.
An Amazing Anthology of Students' Short Stories Marietta Monday Challenge B Students 2021-2022
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Original short stories written by Classical Conversations Challenge B Students 2021-2022 Marietta Monday campus.
Andean Rebel Gregory Solsrud
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Are you a Patriot, willing to Risk Your Life for Freedom? When pilot Anthony Wyatt joins up to fly for Colombian guerrillos, he falls in love with the beautiful Sofia, a rebel. Little does he know that he is being used to betray his mentor and the charismatic, passionate leader to their ultimate death. Thus begins, an intricate, high-action adventure that leads all of them on a thrilling, passionate roller-coaster of knowing whom to trust and of discovering their true selves while others threaten their nascent love and lives. In his first novel, which has been described as “For Whom The Bell Tolls” meets “Fast and Furious,” author Gregory Solsrud grabs the reader and plunges into ...
Angel of Almador: The Prisoner of the Empire G.R. Murdock
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Bursting suddenly out of the clouds, a U.F.O. crashes in New York City’s Central Park. The object, which is the size of two locomotive engines, is soon identified as the one NASA has been tracking from space. A determined rescue effort by the New York Fire Department, the U.S. Military and Federal emergency groups, manages to rescue the only passenger on the vessel, a young, teenage girl. Unconscious, the lifeless victim is pulled from the wreckage and taken to Bethesda Naval Hospital for treatment where she is put on life-support. While at the hospital, the President of the United States, Nancy Collingsworth, after examining the victim's journal, is surprised to learn the girl is of roy ...
Babaru of The South Seas an ethnographic novel by john olin
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Mentored by anthropologist George Beal, a sixteen-year old redhead, Davy Match of Baltimore, USA, goes to the South Pacific in search of the endangered leatherback sea turtle (Babaru) and the Mota people who protect it as their clan animal. He joins a local boy named Abraham. They trek through noisy rainforests, paddle an outrigger dugout over clear lagoons, and have a wild ride on the tail of a typhoon off a taboo headland. Their journey brings them face to face with a forest girl, a wild man, a sorcerer, as well as giant turtles and crocodiles. A girl, Niki, from the village of Shell Money Reef, and many other children join the boys, and they make a courageous effort to protect Mother ...

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