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A Shot in the Dark By Rowan Glenn
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Six house guests and one dead body. Meet Randal Finch, a wealthy American living in the English countryside and his friends, important socialites from London, staying with him for the weekend. The... More > sudden discovery of a murder on the property begins to unravel the true nature of all involved. Who are they? What have they done? And who killed the man outside?< Less
Random Shots By Roy E. Rayle
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Fascinating account of the author's varied career from prior to World War II, working at the Naval Gun Factory and Aberdeen Proving Ground, wartime service with Aviation Ordnance in AAF, postwar... More > career with Army Ordnance. Deals primarily with service at Springfield Armory in 1950s and 1960s. 17 photos, 5 figures, 7 tables. Full contents listing can be seen in the Book Preview along with additional sample pages.< Less
Not a Shot Was Fired By Lesley Park, Alan Cleaver
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World War One was a few months old but the bitter fighting came to a miraculous end on Christmas Eve 1914 when soldiers on the Western Front decided to lay down their guns, cross No Man's Lane and... More > shake hands with the enemy. They shared presents, sang carols together and even played football. This book contains transcripts of original letters from soldiers who took part in the Christmas Truce of 1914. This book is in black and white.< Less
Not a Shot Was Fired By Lesley Park, Alan Cleaver
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World War One was a few months old but the bitter fighting came to a miraculous end on Christmas Eve 1914 when soldiers on the Western Front decided to lay down their guns, cross No Man's Lane and... More > shake hands with the enemy. They shared presents, sang carols together and even played football. This book contains transcripts of original letters from soldiers who took part in the Christmas Truce of 1914. This book is in black and white.< Less
The Gun (Illustrated) By Philip K. Dick
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A group of space soldiers are sent to investigate what they believe to be an abandoned planet when they are shot down and forced to crash land on its surface. While repairing their ship, they... More > discover the ruins of an ancient city—guarded by the mysterious gun that shot them down. Philip K. Dick was an American science-fiction novelist, short-story writer and essayist. His first short story, “Beyond Lies the Wub,” was published shortly after his high school graduation. Some of his most famous short stories were adapted for film, including “The Minority Report,” “Paycheck,” “Second Variety” (adapted into the film Screamers) and “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale” (adapted into the film Total Recall).< Less
Guns of Justice By Hal Jons
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Des Willard was on the run for the alleged murder of his brother, Jeff, when the six-strong posse caught up with him. The posse didn’t get their man and returned one man short. According to the... More > other five, Willard had got the drop on them and shot Sheriff Suter dead in cold-blood. A lesser man than Des Willard would have kept running but he knew he was innocent. Only the horse-rancher, Jack Mallory believed in him, but when the Banker, Ezra Scott, was murdered even Mallory doubted Willard’s innocence. Fortunately, the beautiful Sal Dormer, daughter of Seth Dormer, horse-trader, in Butane to buy Mallory stock, did not see Willard as a killer. When violence erupted, fomented by Hubert Dainton, Willard’s uncle, Somers the Lazy Q rancher, Kershawe the Stage-line owner and Smeaton the Indian trader, Dormer, backing Sal’s instincts, took a hand. Gristly evidence is faked to settle Willard’s hash once and for all and even with the Dormers’ help things look bleak. Salvation for Willard teeters on a knife-edge.< Less
Guns Of Justice By Hal Jons
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Des Willard was on the run for the alleged murder of his brother, Jeff, when the six–strong posse caught up with him. The posse didn’t get their man and returned one man short. According... More > to the other five, Willard had shot Sheriff Suter dead in cold-blood. A lesser man than Des Willard would have kept running but he knew he was innocent. Only the horse–rancher, Jack Mallory believed in him, but when Banker, Ezra Scott, was murdered even Mallory doubted Willard’s innocence. Meanwhile, Seth Dormer, the horse–trader, was heading to Butane to buy stock. Despite the evidence stacking up, Sal, Seth’s beautiful daughter, did not see Willard as a killer. When violence duly erupted, Seth backed Sal’s instincts and took a hand. Just when there is a glimmer of hope that Des can prove his innocence to the town, gristly evidence is faked to settle his hash once and for all and even with the Dormers’ help things look bleak. Salvation for Willard teeters on a knife-edge.< Less
SHOT IN OCTOBER, KISSED IN DECEMBER. By Tim McGonegal
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Two boys are shot at and have to find out the backround about a complicated gang called the murders. It turns from an everyday walk to a shooting and the crime of the century. A kiss, a shooting, a... More > truth all in one.< Less
SHOT IN OCTOBER, KISSED IN DECEMBER. By Tim McGonegal
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Two boys are shot at and have to find out the backround about a complicated gang called the murders. It turns from an everyday walk to a shooting and the crime of the century. A kiss, a shooting, a... More > truth all in one.< Less
Two Gun Pete By Dr. James Fent
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After the sheriff, who is Pete's dad, gets shot by a bank robber, Pete's main desire is to one day become a sheriff and catch him. But first, Pete who was 12 years old, needed to learn how to use a... More > gun. This story is about Pete's adventure for the next four years as he learned to shoot a gun, met the famous Sheriff Matt Dillard, learned his dad's real name, meant a girl named Abigale, gained a reputation for having stinky feet and finally went after the bank robber known as scare face.< Less