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Jack & Meggie Part One; The Cabin By Jennie May
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Jack & Meggie are a married couple with a very unique relationship. When they are alone, grown-up Meggie lets the little girl inside her mind come out to play. Jack enjoys his role as Meggie's... More > "Daddy" and he gives her lots of discipline and love. In THE CABIN, Meggie & Jack rent a house at a rural lake where everyone else believes that Meggie is Jack's daughter. This book includes adult content and explicit sexuality including adult spanking, anal play, domestic discipline and other sexual material.< Less
Inner Space By Matt Jones, Jenni Quilter, House Gallery
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Published on the occasion of Matt Jones's Inner Space exhibition at House Gallery in Salt Lake City. Contains an interview between the artist and Jenni Quilter (author/publisher).
Davis-Harrington Wedding album By Melissa Oyler
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Jenny Davis and Chuck Harrington were married on May 20, 2006, in Lake Wylie, S.C. Read their storybook romance here.
The Immortal Game By Colin Hazlehurst
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A game of chess played in London in 1851 by Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky became known as The Immortal Game. It was thought to illustrate perfectly the style of play at that time. This story... More > relocates that game of chess to the mountains of the English Lake District and transforms it into a bloody battle between two opposing armies. Jenny Wells has managed to get a job as an embedded reporter with General Anderssen's army and gets more than a ring-side seat. She is taken by the reconnaissance expert, Merlin Kite, to the very centre of the battle-ground, high up on Crinkle Crags. They are in the eye of the hurricane and the battle rages around them. The true nature of modern warfare becomes apparent; men - brain, muscle, and blood - can be sacrificed just to gauge the enemy's intentions as each General tries to gain and hold the important ground. See the game in Google Earth at: http://www.hazelhurst.net/IG/ImmortalGame.htm< Less
The Immortal Game By Colin Hazlehurst
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A game of chess played in London in 1851 by Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky became known as The Immortal Game. It was thought to illustrate perfectly the style of play at that time. This story... More > relocates that game of chess to the mountains of the English Lake District and transforms it into a bloody battle between two opposing armies. Jenny Wells has managed to get a job as an embedded reporter with General Anderssen's army and gets more than a ring-side seat. She is taken by the reconnaissance expert, Merlin Kite, to the very centre of the battle-ground, high up on Crinkle Crags. They are in the eye of the hurricane and the battle rages around them. The true nature of modern warfare becomes apparent; men - brain, muscle, and blood - can be sacrificed just to gauge the enemy's intentions as each General tries to gain and hold the important ground. See the game in Google Earth at: http://www.hazelhurst.net/IG/IG.kml< Less
The Road Home By Susan Applegate
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The Road Home chronicles the journey of a family caught in the Great Depression, as they make their way west to a new life in Oregon. The Ben Shepherd family comes to life through their own words in... More > essays and personal letters interspersed throughout the narrative. Ben Shepherd’s adventuresome nature takes his wife Jennie, and their first baby on a foray into Oregon during the late 1800’s only to be discouraged by the hostilities of the range wars. In 1928, Ben and Jennie return to Oregon in search of prosperity. We come to know nine brothers and sisters reaching maturity, pursuing their destinies, always tied to the heart of their family, the Shepherd home.< Less
The Road Home By Susan Applegate
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The Road Home chronicles the journey of a family caught in the Great Depression, as they make their way west to a new life in Oregon. The Ben Shepherd family comes to life through their own words in... More > essays and personal letters interspersed throughout the narrative. Ben Shepherd’s adventuresome nature takes his wife Jennie, and their first baby on a foray into Oregon during the late 1800’s only to be discouraged by the hostilities of the range wars. In 1928, Ben and Jennie return to Oregon in search of prosperity. We come to know nine brothers and sisters reaching maturity, pursuing their destinies, always tied to the heart of their family, the Shepherd home.< Less
A Servant in Blue, Book Two, The Head of the Snake By Ralph Heller
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Jennie Packard, a retired policewoman, is living a peaceful life at her home on a lake when a chance inquiry by a sheriff's deputy sets in motion a chain of events that leads to exposure of a drug... More > and arms smuggling ring that finances international terrorism. The head of the organization is furious and places an enormous price on her head. Now Jennie must dodge assassins who seek her life, and the lives of her husband and FBI agent friend while trying to find the snake before it finds her.< Less
A Servant in Blue, Book Two, The Head of the Snake By Ralph Heller
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Jennie Packard, a retired policewoman, is living a peaceful life at her home on a lake when a chance inquiry by a sheriff's deputy sets in motion a chain of events that leads to exposure of a drug... More > and arms smuggling ring that finances international terrorism. The head of the organization is furious and places an enormous price on her head. Now Jennie must dodge assassins who seek her life, and the lives of her husband and FBI agent friend while trying to find the snake before it finds her.< Less
Bitter Harvest By Ronald Grimshaw
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When Peter and Jenny Farrow come from London to rent a charming mews cottage in the Lake District, they receive a warm welcome from the villagers of Greenways. Reluctant at first, Peter plans to find... More > inspiration for his artwork in the wild but beautiful landscape. Jenny hopes to heal the fractures in their fragile relationship, but she harbours a secret which threatens to separate them forever. Florence Bawden, an impressionable girl, looks set to marry a local landowner's son without love. Affected by the arrival of the Farrows, her kindred connection with Peter leads her to fall in love with him. Before long Florence and Jenny are competing for Peter's affection and, inevitably, their lives set upon a tragic course. Set and written in the 1930's, Bitter Harvest is the rediscovered novel by artist, Ronald Grimshaw.< Less

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