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Placid Pines By Thomas Myers
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“Nothing ever happens here,” is the local motto as developers clear-cut portions of the New Jersey Pine Barrens to make way for a new upscale bedroom community called Placid Pines. But... More > with something now on the loose in this quiet New Jersey neighborhood, no one's getting any sleep or getting to home on time… or getting home at all. Rumors abound that the Jersey Devil is responsible, and for Detective John Dunn it’s a race against the past to find the truth – the truth he suspects all along. Something is terrorizing the idyllic suburban development bordering the Pine Barrens… Something terrible.< Less
Peter Pine By Eva Brooks
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Peter Pine is the youngest of the pine family. His mother told him he has to go with his brothers and sisters to the forest school. There he grew tall and strong. He and his brothers and sisters were... More > chosen. One as a Christmas tree and the others outside in the garden.< Less
Pine Cones By Deborah LaBuda
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While going for a walk, Koop is intrigued by nature and soon discovers something growing on one of the trees. He realizes that his walk has suddenly turned into an adventure. Koop now finds himself... More > on a pursuit that will continue throughout the year.< Less
Pine Needles By Susan Warner
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The Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club is a country club in Southern Pines, North Carolina. The club hosted the U.S. Women's Open in 1996, 2001, and 2007, yet staged the last Titleholders Championship... More > in 1972. Those tournaments were won by Annika Sörenstam, Karrie Webb, Cristie Kerr, and Sandra Palmer respectively.Coordinates: 35°11′49″N 79°23′32″W / 35.1970°N 79.3921°W / 35.1970; -79.3921 Excerpt from: Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Susan Bogert Warner (July 11, 1819 – March 17, 1885), was an American evangelical writer of religious fiction, children's fiction, and theological works.Born in New York City, she wrote, under the name of "Elizabeth Wetherell", thirty novels, many of which went into multiple editions. Excerpt from:< Less
White Pine By Caroline Akervik
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After Sevy Anderson's father breaks his leg in a sawmill accident, the fourteen-year-old must take his place with the rough and tumble lumberjacks and river rats who harvest the white pine forests of... More > Wisconsin. The men of the Northwoods live hard and on the edge, and Sevy must prove his courage and his worth in the company of legends. Will he become the man he so longs to be? Will the other men ever accept him? And will he even survive his first winter in the Northwoods?< Less
Seeds of Pine By Emily F. (Emily Ferguson) Murphy
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Djinn of the Pines By Michael Parker & Raequel White
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The first issue of the interview of the Jersey Devil himself. Told from the viewpoint of interviewer, Michael Parker. In this issue we first meet the monster and learn of his desire to tell his tale.... More > Is he really a spawn of Satan? Does he hate mankind? Or, does he just want to live in peace? Hear it straight from the devil's mouth!< Less
IN THE TALL PINES By Andrew Hopkins
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In The Tall Pines is a gripping adventure tale that tells the story of the original settlement of the upper Connecticut River valley through a fictional battle between actual historical figures from... More > the Native American Abenaki tribe and the invading English settlers. The book is set in the primeval forest of New Hampshire, and old growth forest that has all but disappeared from the region due to two and a half centuries of Western habitation. Discover what life was like for the original settlers of western New England and learn more about the Native American Abenaki tribe whose way of life kept western New England a pristine primeval forest through several thousand years. Can we see primeval forests, salmon migrating in the rivers, or Native American settlements in New Hampshire or Vermont today? No, they're all gone. The only way to envision what it was like is through tales of life under the canopy of undisturbed nature such as In The Tall Pines.< Less
Spacious Pines By Laren Metzer
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DIA agent Wayne Randle goes undercover at a Buddhist temple to confront an unltranationalist organization and locate missing documents that could undermine the U.S. and South Korean relationship.
Scotch Pine By J. F. Duncan
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MURDER. DECEIT. TREACHERY. AND A BIT OF KNITTING... A toddler's beloved toy is snatched in broad daylight. It's hardly the crime of the century, and with a county-wide review of policing in full... More > swing the timing is far from ideal. Detective Inspector Hamish Partridge is already struggling to mend his broken heart, keep a lavish wedding on track and help with a major retrospective of Grouse's collages. But when Grouse falls victim to an outrageous crime, Partridge becomes entangled in a case which will test his loyalty to the very limits,endanger those he loves most and, ultimately, change lives forever... THE THIRD GROUSE AND PARTRIDGE MYSTERY IS THE PUBLISHING EVENT OF THE YEAR (in my house, anyway).< Less

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