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Sexy Librarian By Julia Weist
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Sexy Librarian introduces us to Audrey Reed, a New York artist who trades her hip urban life for a job at a small public library in Minnesota. Away from the frenetic art world, Audrey hopes to find... More > herself, and with the help of some hard words and hot nights, she succeeds. With wry and unflinching candor, Audrey explores the Midwest, her past and, inconveniently, her boss's ex-husband. In a town of closed minds and open stacks, Audrey learns that there is more to a library than its holdings, and that she may still have the ability to fall in love.< Less
Ultra Superior: A story in the country's most rugged endurance runs: A Mysitical Journey for #528: For all Athletes and Ultra Marathan Runners By Phillip Gary Smith
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A true Story set in the Country's Most Rugged Endurance Ultra Runs at the Superior National Forest. The book starts as a story of Preparation, Training and Competition; Ending as a Vision and... More > Realization Lasting the Ages. The geographic combination of the Superior National Forest and Lake Superior creates a unique vision first immortalized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his 1855 poem, "The Song of Hiawatha." Experiencing these trails expertly laid out by the S.H.T.A puts one right in the midst of the lyrics he penned. Complete with 2006 Individual Finishing results for all Spring and Fall Events, including the Minnesota Trail Race Series 2006 Schedule and Information. Novice and Experienced Ultra Runners alike, along with any athlete attempting major challenges, will find this book useful.< Less
The Uphill Climb: Classic American Western Novel By B.M. Bower
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Between 1906 and 1940, Bertha M. (B.M.) Bower wrote 68 novels set in the American West. Born Bertha Muzzy in Minnesota in 1871, Bower moved to Montana with her family when she was 17. She taught... More > school in the Great Falls, area and, at the age of 19 married her first husband, Clayton J. Bower. She began writing short stories around 1900, but did not enjoy real success until her novel Chip of the Flying U was published in 1906. From that point forward she wrote and published regularly until her death in 1940. In 2000, B. M. Bower’s grandchildren gave her papers to the Western History Collections.< Less
Tomboy Hotness By Teejay LeCapois
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As the daughter of an Afro-Brazilian father and a White American mother, Selena Texeira knows what it's like to be different, even in diverse Salvador City, Brazil. At the Federal University of... More > Bahia, Selena meets the lovely Jamila Ahmed, a Hijab-wearing young Muslim woman of Somali descent originally from the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The two of them fall in love but things are quite dicey. Selena's parents Caesar and Elisabeth Texeira are totally accepting of their favorite outspoken tomboy. Jamila's parents Khadija and Awaleh Ahmed back in America will kill her if they ever discover she likes girls. Selena and Jamila's growing love is strained by Jamila's fears. Can these two unique young women make their budding relationship work ?< Less
A Pioneer of Mud Fork: James Tabor of Tazewell County, VA, and His Family By Michael O. Tabor
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A book in "The Tabor Heritage Series." Examines James Tabor, one of the older children of William Tabor, and his family. James lived on Mud Fork in northeast Tazewell County and had a... More > large family. His son, Andrew Jackson Tabor, died in the Civil War. Several of his children scattered to various parts of the nation in the mid-1850's, including William Bartley Tabor to Missouri, Isaac Patton Tabor to Wayne County, WV, Martha L. [Tabor] Prince to Minnesota, and Hiram Ingram Tabor to Kentucky. Included in the volume is an annotated inventory with photos of James Tabor’s Cemetery and the Harry Cemetery (a.k.a James Harrison Tabor Cemetery) near Falls Mills in Tazewell County.< Less
Brides Of The Predators By Teejay LeCapois
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A look at the lives and loves of the unique women of the Supernatural Realm. Aida Suleiman is a beautiful, ageless Vampire from Lebanon who battles the forces of evil. Sparks fly between her and... More > Marcel Thaddeus, the handsome Jamaican hunter sent to kill her. South African cop Sarah Hauser teams up with tall, hunky Xhosa detective ( and Werewolf) Bezile "Bee-Man" Nogubaza to take down a pack of Vampires. University of Minnesota student Wilma Hernandez falls for bisexual Somali Vampire Omar Osman during the Zombie Apocalypse. Can her lover be trusted as the final clash between human and inhuman begins ? Genetically engineered super soldier Amaya Yamamoto is drawn to sexy Muslim leader Ibrahim Mahdi, her next target. Ancient Greek Nymph Electra seduces African demigod Oscar Valmont in modern-day Toronto.< Less
ULTRA SUPERIOR By PHILLIP GARY SMITH
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A true Story set in the Country's Most Rugged Endurance Ultra Runs at the Superior National Forest. The book starts as a story of Preparation, Training and Competition; Ending as a Vision and... More > Realization Lasting the Ages. The geographic combination of the Superior National Forest and Lake Superior creates a unique vision first immortalized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his 1855 poem, "The Song of Hiawatha." Experiencing these trails expertly laid out by the S.H.T.A puts one right in the midst of the lyrics he penned. Complete with 2006 Individual Finishing results for all Spring and Fall Events, including the Minnesota Trail Race Series 2006 Schedule and Information. Novice and Experienced Ultra Runners alike, along with any athlete attempting major challenges, will find this book useful. All author royalties are donated to the Superior Hiking Trail Association, so buying this book goes to expanding and maintaining trail -- You become a part of something larger than yourself. www.ultrasuperior.com< Less
ULTRA SUPERIOR By PHILLIP GARY SMITH
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A true Story set in the Country's Most Rugged Endurance Ultra Runs at the Superior National Forest. The book starts as a story of Preparation, Training and Competition; Ending as a Vision and... More > Realization Lasting the Ages. The geographic combination of the Superior National Forest and Lake Superior creates a unique vision first immortalized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his 1855 poem, "The Song of Hiawatha." Experiencing these trails expertly laid out by the S.H.T.A puts one right in the midst of the lyrics he penned. Complete with 2006 Individual Finishing results for all Spring and Fall Events, including the Minnesota Trail Race Series 2006 Schedule and Information. Novice and Experienced Ultra Runners alike, along with any athlete attempting major challenges, will find this book useful. All author royalties are donated to the Superior Hiking Trail Association, so buying this book goes to expanding and maintaining trail -- You become a part of something larger than yourself. www.ultrasuperior.com< Less
The Trail of the White Mule: Classic American Western Novel By B.M. Bower
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B.M. Bower is actually a pseudonym of Bertha Muzzy Sinclair (Sinclair-Cowan, n?e Muzzy). She was born in November 15, 1871 at Cleveland, Minnesota USA. She was a famous American Western fiction... More > author who wrote numerous novels, short stories, and screenplays regarding the American Old west. Suprisingly, many of Western Novels were adapted into films such as Jean of the Lazy A. Bower started her first career as a teacher in Grand Falls when her family moved to Montana in 1888. B.M. Bower started her writing about short stories in 1900. But her first commercial success was “Chip of the Flying U” novel in 1906 which represent denoting her writing until now. The Happy Family written in 1910 is the sequel story of Chip of the Flying U. This story included several characters from the previous novel such as Andy, Weary, Irish, Pink, Happy Jack and Big Medicine. The Flying U Ranch in 1914 continues the stories of the family introduced in Chip of the Flying U and in The Flying U's Last Stand (1915).< Less
Nessie and the Bagpipes By Maria Dahlen & Sage Stanley
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Margaret isn’t thrilled when her mother leaves Minnesota and opens an inn along the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland. Margaret liked life in the Twin Cities just fine. She doesn’t have any... More > routines in Scotland, and she isn’t interested in starting any. Her family is worried. When Margaret falls in love with a set of bagpipes, she’s found something to make Scotland feel like home. The trouble is, no one in town enjoys listening to her play. The man who sold her the bagpipes suggests she go to the nearby shore of Loch Ness, explaining that the monster in the water is believed to love the sound of bagpipes. She goes, thinking it’s a trick to get her out of town. But when practicing, she notices there is, indeed, a monster who emerges from the water to listen to her play: Nessie, the Loch Ness monster. Margaret soon becomes the star of the town for her ability to charm the monster to the lake’s surface.< Less

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