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Edward S. Clark
Nor All Your Tears By Edward S. Clark
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When his protégé Alan Brandon disappears and the body is found mutilated, everyone concludes that Iron Joe Suarez’ ‘son’ is dead—except Iron Joe. Alan Brandon is... More > worth a million dollars a year to the Hatchet gang. So Joe calls on the best skip tracer in South Florida to find the truth. Molly Orwell, ex-policewoman and finder of missing persons, will take on the job, at the risk of “getting my head blow off.” What Iron Joe doesn’t know is that Molly has strong feelings for Alan Brandon. She locates him only to find out he is infatuated with another woman. If she tells Joe where Alan is, he is as good as dead. So she tries to give back Joe’s money. The next thing Alan (now called Ron) hears, are Molly’s screams as she’s tied to a chair and being beaten. Joe commands Alan to return, threatening otherwise he’ll torture Molly to death. Alan knows if he goes back he’ll be murdered along with Molly, but he goes back anyway, hoping to save Molly.< Less
Nor All Your Tears By Edward S. Clark
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Alan Brandon is not yet 23 years old, but he has more blood on his hands than a fumble-fisted surgeon. Forced into the mob at 18 years old, he expertly wields the tools of his trade, not scalpels,... More > but pistols and axes. The key man in a South Florida strong-arm mob, he knows all too well the fate of people in his line of work. And he wants out. But the only way out of the mob is to get yourself dead, so of course that’s what he has to do. But getting dead is a lot easier than staying dead. If he thought he had bloody hands before, at least it was other people’s blood. Now it’s his own. Can Alan Brandon run fast enough and hard enough to escape the only world he’s ever known? And murder has no statute of limitations.< Less
Gentry's Challenge By Edward S. Clark
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The third book in the Rod Gentry series by Edward S. Clark. A young businessman is entrusted with the job of restoring a dilapidated, crumbling apartment complex. But he finds the physical problems... More > of the property are the least part of his concerns. Slum tenants present special problems he's never had before. Shakedown artists, crooked city officials, and drug gangs all have their part in breeding misery to the near hopeless unfortunates who live in the complex. Rod Gentry has never experienced anything like this, and before he’s through, he'll have an education they don't teach you about in college.< Less
The Bird That Stole Our Innocence By Edward Clark
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The fourth book in the Rod Gentry series. Ninety million dollars is at stake in Brevard County, Florida. The “good folks” trying to save a beautiful bird from extinction say that’s... More > what it will cost to save it. To stop the bird’s habitat from being destroyed by development, buy up the land with tax money, or confiscate it through regulation. Who cares about the little landowners who worked the land for a lifetime? And why should we care about the people who will never come to our state because housing is too expensive? The new Florida resident unashamedly says, “I’ve got mine! To Hell with the rest of them!”, or the one born here who says “We don’t have room for any more people!” When did we get to the point of denying to our fellow Americans the opportunity of home ownership that we hold so dear for ourselves? Rod Gentry sets out to find the facts. Is the bird endangered? And where will the ninety million dollars come from? And where will it end up?< Less
The Bird That Stole Our Innocence By Edward Clark
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(LARGE PRINT EDITION) The fourth book in the Rod Gentry series. Ninety million dollars is at stake in Brevard County, Florida. The “good folks” trying to save a beautiful bird from... More > extinction say that’s what it will cost to save it. To stop the bird’s habitat from being destroyed by development, buy up the land with tax money, or confiscate it through regulation. Who cares about the little landowners who worked the land for a lifetime? And why should we care about the people who will never come to our state because housing is too expensive? The new Florida resident unashamedly says, “I’ve got mine! To Hell with the rest of them!”, or the one born here who says “We don’t have room for any more people!” When did we get to the point of denying to our fellow Americans the opportunity of home ownership that we hold so dear for ourselves? Rod Gentry sets out to find the facts. Is the bird endangered? And where will the ninety million dollars come from? And where will it end up?< Less
Gentry's Challenge By Edward Clark
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The third book in the Rod Gentry series by Edward S. Clark. A young businessman is entrusted with the job of restoring a dilapidated, crumbling apartment complex. But he finds the physical problems... More > of the property are the least part of his concerns. Slum tenants present special problems he's never had before. Shakedown artists, crooked city officials, and drug gangs all have their part in breeding misery to the near hopeless unfortunates who live in the complex. Rod Gentry has never experienced anything like this, and before he’s through, he'll have an education they don't teach you about in college.< Less
Florida Crackerlections By Edward S. Clark
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(Paperback) In this book Ed Clark tells stories he remembers hearing from his grandparents as well as those from his own 63 years in Florida. A third generation Floridian, he brings to the reader the... More > humor and perspective of old Florida before superhighways, chain stores and concrete block houses.< Less
Florida Crackerlections By Edward S. Clark
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(Hardcover) In this book Ed Clark tells stories he remembers hearing from his grandparents as well as those from his own 63 years in Florida. A third generation Floridian, he brings to the reader the... More > humor and perspective of old Florida before superhighways, chain stores and concrete block houses.< Less
Save 70% When You Build Your Next Custom Home or Cabin By Edward S. Clark
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The times are dictating a new look at how the essentials of life, such as housing, are gotten. This book lays out a successful way to achieve more living at less cost. It will appeal to... More > do-it-yourselfers across the spectrum of schoolteachers with summers off, municipal workers such as firemen who have two or more days a week free, and retirees itching to get their hands into useful work. For people who like working with their hands, this is a fun, often humorous road map to getting a mortgage-free home or weekend cabin, or alternatively, owning a larger home for a modest investment. From planning your home or cabin to building it, this book guides you through the process of buying your land at a bargain price, building your house or cabin for 30 cents on the dollar, and ENJOYING it! The book shows how to deal amicably with building inspectors, finance the little that your new home does cost, and much more.< Less
Gentry's Intracoastal By Edward S. Clark
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Set in the land of sunshine on the sparkling waters of the Indian River of coastal Florida. A clever young real estate operator fights to rehabilitate a small but potentially beautiful marina, the... More > "hurricane hole" sought by boats when wild winds rage. Rod Gentry battles sabotage, arson, and a crooked county commissioner to make a name for the marina and enough money to fulfill his wife's hopes of building a new children's home. The blond-haired orphan waif Rachel, in a wheelchair, inspires him to reach higher than he ever thought of reaching. In the end it is his marina tenants, living on their boats, that protect and support him. Bill Croft, the dock master, is fiercely loyal, even when it means taking his shotgun to intruders. Abe Pickett, ex-mercenary and Bill's friend, solves problems with plastic explosives in the middle of the night. And Winston English, the stunt man who lives at the marina gives Rod an astounding perspective of what the marina could become, and why it should.< Less