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The Man Beneath Lake Union By C. L. Vaughn
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When a rash of ecoterrorism strikes the Seattle waterfront, Owen Ruger and his trusted friend Rafael Sernansa are hired to investigate the crimes and protect the assets of a large fishing company.... More > But during the rescue of a beautiful woman they see what can only be described as a merman swimming away from the scene; soon they find themselves in the middle of a strange and unusual mystery. Driven by what they saw, Owen and Sernansa race to solve the mystery and stop the destruction before fear grips the city, but they soon learn that everything isn’t what it seems and the mystery swimmer may be just another victim. "The Man Beneath Lake Union is a sexy high-octane marine adventure awash in breakneck action, mystery and thrills…" Rai Aren, co-author of Secret of the Sands The Man Beneath Lake Union is much like the ’79 Pontiac Trans Am that the hero, Owen Ruger, drives in the novel: sleek, fast, and fun. J. E. Braun, Paranoia < Less
Kosher Hooks By S.I. Fishgal
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1946-53, the XX century's "Middle Ages". AmeriKKKans arraign their kosher folk as the USSR's moles. SSoviets mirror that and might ship their Jews to starving, icy Siberian mini Zion named... More > the Jewish Autonomous Region. Kissing rumps is better than tasting their fruits, the Soviet life teaches Roma, 13. The police summon his dad, jail the brass and friends. Some commit suicide. The boy is ripe for his show-trial too. In that bedlam, girls pour their hearts to him. Yet, he plans to swim to Turkey. Fishgal's PIDDLER ON THE HOOF shows Roma's childhood. MEIN KRAMPF does his fiery, forbidden love to a Russian coach, 22, later. As a gentleman, he made his intriguing, truthful books independent. His horse sense, crisp and funny language, topsy-turvy idioms and plays of words are striking. NOTE. Internet has idiotic machine translations of the title. Therefore, Kosher=Jewish, hook=nose, Kosher Hook = Yid, Kike, Zhid and "Jewish Question" (in Marx’s liberation, Hitler’s slaughter, Stalin’s exile, etc.)< Less
Kosher Hooks By S.I. Fishgal
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1946-53, the XX century's "Middle Ages". AmeriKKKans arraign their kosher folk as the USSR's moles. SSoviets mirror that and might ship their Jews to starving, icy Siberian mini Zion named... More > the Jewish Autonomous Region. Kissing rumps is better than tasting their fruits, the Soviet life teaches Roma, 13. The police summon his dad, jail the brass and friends. Some commit suicide. The boy is ripe for his show-trial too. In that bedlam, girls pour their hearts to him. Yet, he plans to swim to Turkey. Fishgal's PIDDLER ON THE HOOF shows Roma's childhood. MEIN KRAMPF does his fiery, forbidden love to a Russian coach, 22, later. As a gentleman, he made his intriguing, truthful books independent. His horse sense, crisp and funny language, topsy-turvy idioms and plays of words are striking. NOTE. Internet has idiotic machine translations of the title. Therefore, Kosher=Jewish, hook=nose, Kosher Hook = Yid, Kike, Zhid and "Jewish Question" (in Marx’s liberation, Hitler’s slaughter, Stalin’s exile, etc.)< Less
Kosher Hooks By S.I. Fishgal
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1946-53, the XX century's "Middle Ages". AmeriKKKans arraign their kosher folk as the USSR's moles. SSoviets mirror that and might ship their Jews to starving, icy Siberian mini Zion named... More > the Jewish Autonomous Region. Kissing rumps is better than tasting their fruits, the Soviet life teaches Roma, 13. The police summon his dad, jail the brass and friends. Some commit suicide. The boy is ripe for his show-trial too. In that bedlam, girls pour their hearts to him. Yet, he plans to swim to Turkey. Fishgal's PIDDLER ON THE HOOF shows Roma's childhood. MEIN KRAMPF does his fiery, forbidden love to a Russian coach, 22, later. As a gentleman, he made his intriguing, truthful books independent. His horse sense, crisp and funny language, topsy-turvy idioms and plays of words are striking. NOTE. Internet has idiotic machine translations of the title. Therefore, Kosher=Jewish, hook=nose, Kosher Hook = Yid, Kike, Zhid and "Jewish Question" (in Marx’s liberation, Hitler’s slaughter, Stalin’s exile, etc.)< Less
Don't Tell Mom By Richard Baker
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Come on, take off your shoes and socks. Stick them in this hedge. No one will see them. Walk with me barefoot through that fresh plowed field and feel the soft warm moist soil cuddle your feet. Who... More > ever said that lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place has never been down to the Allen's house. Meet Doug Don, his pigs, his horse and his old wooden garbage wagon. Walk through the woods, swim in the Cass River and move the outhouse back, but don't tell Mom. Catch the Fireflies. Watch them crank the Gas up to the top of the pump into that glass holder before it goes into the tank of that old square backed car. Pull Pea Vines off the truck on its way to Clark Canning Company. Nothing tastes as good as fresh raw Pea's, but don't tell Mom. Then after our trip is through, we will pull our shoes and socks out of the hedge and put them on before we go home, but don't tell Mom. And when she says, "I don't how you get your feet so dirty," don't tell Mom!< Less
Ruthie has a New Love By Anne Wilensky
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Ruthie and Anne met at a women's liberation meeting back in the '60s in NYC. They were young wild (pot smoking, boy crazy) hippie chicks, out for adventure. They stayed best friends, altho Anne left... More > the East Village (suddenly) in '92 (moved to Tucson AZ with her husband Bill and their dog). 8 years later Ruthie left NYC with her young son and moved to San Diego. (No one leaves NYC in middle of night to move across country unless their life collapses, Anne and Ruthie are part of a wave). Novel takes place during November 2008. Ruthie calls Anne up to say she met someone. It was the last thing she expected to happen, she had not been looking for a boyfriend and wasn't even sure she wanted one. Both girls tune into their Higher Self and Ruthie tells Anne everything her Higher Self says. Also Anne's life in Tucson. She swims at public pool, posts on news forum. It's an innocent happy carefree book because the light at the end of the tunnel is so much brighter.< Less
The Doleful Passing of Lilies By Patricia Amaro
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Hazen Jensen and Lily Cole used to be typical teenagers. The girls spent their days swimming at the lake, gossiping about the paper boy, and dreaming of venturing out into the real world. That is... More > until Lily is found dead. Now, it appears the whole town, including her longtime friend Ryan, blame her. As family secrets begin to surface Hazen finds friendship in the most unexpected people. Elva- a quirky family friend and mother of two that always has the right thing to say. And even more unexpected, Officer Mark, the Officer in charge of Lily's case. But even with their support, will she be able to move on? Lily watches people. Lily lives in a "blue beauty" on the outskirts of town. Lily follows him around. Lily is stuck in the middle. She's waiting And watching. Told from the point of view of two different, but oddly connected teenagers, The Doleful Passing of Lilies, reaches beyond the boundaries of life and death to explore the strong bonds of family and friendship in a small town< Less
Aldenham Park By Anthony de Groot
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DID SHE FALL - OR WAS SHE PUSHED? That is the question that has been at the back of everyone's mind since Teddy More's eccentric wife, Tilda, was found early one summer's morning, floating... More > face-down in their swimming pool,with her small dog paddling alongside, trying to climb on to her body. There's no doubt her untimely death would have solved Teddy's immediate financial difficulties if Tilda, unbeknown to him, hadn't been smart enough to keep two steps ahead of the game. In this story of unwinding family tensions and feuding over Aldenham Park, the rundown italianate mansion overlooking an estuary on the Suffolk coast where Teddy and his two sisters grew up, and which he plans to sell as soon as he inherits it, things are rarely what they seem, and Tilda's presence is never far away. Did she fall, or was she pushed? The family is divided, and it is left to the reader to decide.< Less
The Under Side of Paradise By Thomas Lawrence
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Fethiye is a small seaport on Turkey's Aegean shore where each summer starting in May tourists from across Europe and England flock to exchange gloomy skies and rain for sand and sea and sometimes... More > sex, beneath a hot bright Mediterranean sun. Connie Cullingsworth, whose life this novel is a portrait of, flies to Fethiye to rescue her daughter who has been robbed and will need money. Accompanying Connie is her second husband, Charles, a computer whiz who lives in his world of cyberspace and remains indifferent to her needs and desires, as she discovers too late. A teacher schooled in Romanticism, Connie had always dreamt of seeing the Mediterranean, birthplace of western art and literature; and in Bea's Bar, she meets Omer whose charismatic charm she finds she is unable to resist when he offers to teach her to swim. As a girl Connie had almost drowned in a Scottish loch, and ever since she has feared water. But in the end Connie must learn that Paradise has its darker side< Less
Cattle Brands By Andy Adams
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Cattle Brands is a collection of 14 entertaining short stories depicting not only the life of cowboys in the wild, wild West, but also the harrowing skirmishes with banditos, thrilling shoot-outs,... More > attempt at and the recapture of stolen chattel from fierce desperados, and much, much more exciting accounts that make one think it all actually happened. Excerpt: It was a wet, bad year on the Old Western Trail. From Red River north and all along was herd after herd waterbound by high water in the rivers. Our outfit lay over nearly a week on the South Canadian, but we were not alone, for there were five other herds waiting for the river to go down. This river had tumbled over her banks for several days, and the driftwood that was coming down would have made it dangerous swimming for cattle. We were expected to arrive in Dodge early in June, but when we reached the North Fork of the Canadian, we were two weeks behind time...< Less

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